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Forum Post: Vladimir Putin Is a Nationalist, And That Is a Thorn In Washington's Agenda

Posted 11 years ago on Jan. 17, 2012, 2:44 p.m. EST by PeaceNow (84)
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Anyone else notice that just before an uprising in any nation Hillary had a recent visit to that neck of the woods? Hmmmm.....




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[-] 1 points by gnomunny (6819) from St Louis, MO 11 years ago

Makes one wonder. She's one evil bitch, isn't she?

[-] 1 points by sovaye (259) 11 years ago

Yep! I'd be hard pressed to say which one is the more evil, Hillary or Queen Elizabeth.

[-] 1 points by gnomunny (6819) from St Louis, MO 11 years ago

Ooh, that's a tough choice. Got a coin? I call heads. { BTW, hi Leynna. Hope you had a good holiday. No late night visits from any Rothschild henchmen I see. ;-) }

[-] 1 points by sovaye (259) 11 years ago

So far, so good....I'm sure I must be on a list somewhere though...hehe.

[-] 1 points by gnomunny (6819) from St Louis, MO 11 years ago

We all are by now, I'm sure. Luckily, it's a very long list.

[-] 1 points by nomdeguerre (1775) from Brooklyn, NY 11 years ago

The NWO, globalism, the U.S. military empire cannot stand leaders who stand up for their own countries. Just ask Ghaddafi. Oh, oh.

Our corpoRAT dominated government and the copoRAT media are engaged in informationwarfare against the people, us, to justify their own criminality. Expect Putin to be vilified.

All elections should be transparent to the point that the results are inherently trustworthy. But Russia should kick out the NGO's supposedly concerned with honest elections. They are there as part of a fraud, to set up a claim of electoral misbehavior in the coming elections. Just wait and see.

[-] 1 points by sovaye (259) 11 years ago

Very good. Its nice to see there are some people who know what the hell is really going on.

[-] 0 points by ShubeLMorgan2 (1088) from New York, NY 11 years ago

The US would never allow any foreign power (except Israel) to interfere here the way we do in Russia and other countries.

[-] 1 points by gnomunny (6819) from St Louis, MO 11 years ago

Except Israel AND Great Britain.

[-] 1 points by ShubeLMorgan2 (1088) from New York, NY 11 years ago

I don't know if there is a British equivalent to AIPAC, or if there are mass movements like Zionism and Evangelism that function as British lobbies but I'm happy to learn about that if it's so.

[-] 0 points by ARod1993 (2420) 11 years ago

Putin is a pain in our ass, it's true. Putin's a pain in everyone's ass right now, including that of his own people, and while he's not pushing for war the same way that Ahmedinejad and the mullahs are in Iran he's hardly above the same kind of domestic misconduct that we saw in Iran in 2009. Don't get me wrong; I'm not stupid enough to advocate for a brawl with Russia, especially given everything else that's going on right now, but I think we need to start taking a good hard look at who exactly we're defending here.

Here's the thing; I would much prefer that we'd been able to settle our affairs in Afghanistan and leave already, and Iraq never should have happened. I also feel like the ICC needs a warrant enforcement mechanism of its own (because otherwise it's usually us getting involved). However, sending a few people in to deal with Joseph Kony is the right thing to do. Loaning equipment to NATO to deal with Gaddhafi when the Libyan people explicitly asked for our help is the right thing to do. Sending the military into Darfur with orders to clean up on the Janjaweed and extradite Omar al-Bashir would have been the right thing to do.

You can't simply disallow all conflicts on the grounds that they're ugly. Sometimes we as a nation have to do ugly things because the alternative is worse. Before you ask, I would be more than willing to go to war if asked to; my greatest fear isn't dying (if it's for the right reasons) but to have hung back in a a situation when my interference could have saved someone.

War isn't something we should enter into lightly, and quite honestly Iraq was a PR stunt based on a lie. That said, I also feel like we need to move to a different way of handling our military; perhaps two years of mandated public (including in the military) or community service after high school would be a good idea. That would (in my mind) cut down on unnecessary warfare, given that there would be no exemptions and especially if children of public officials and defense contractors would be on the front lines of any military action we go into; authorizing and/or powering a war becomes a much tougher decision when doing so will point your child at the business end of someone else's AK-47.

[-] 0 points by FarIeymowat (49) 11 years ago

Socailist, commie, nkvd murderer too. KGB head. What is to defend about that man?

[-] 1 points by sovaye (259) 11 years ago

Not defending, just showing the extent to which the US meddles to attain the globalist agenda.

[-] 0 points by FarIeymowat (49) 11 years ago

I see. US government needs to get a life.

[-] 1 points by sovaye (259) 11 years ago

Or a new condo. The kind with bars on the windows and a stainless steel welcome basket in the corner.

[-] 0 points by FarIeymowat (49) 11 years ago

No doubt.