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- Sat Feb 23, 2019 12:05 pm
- Forum: Current Events
- Topic: End of the INF & consequences
- Replies: 19
- Views: 181
Putin has made a dead man switch Actually, the Perimetr system existed before Putin. It was created during Soviet times. Also note that most if not all nuclear powers have equivalent systems, designed to ensure that the national leader can be swiftly replaced in case a surprise attack disables him,...
- Fri Feb 22, 2019 9:08 pm
- Forum: Current Events
- Topic: The Liberation of Venezuela
- Replies: 129
- Views: 1819
Hedonistic, yes. But who determines what is a "sinful lifestyle?"
https://nypost.com/2019/02/20/petition-calls-for-us-to-sell-montana-to-canada-for-1t-to-help-pay-off-national-debt/ Why not? Theys same as us. I'm sure they would like and maintain some of my old hang-outs there. One problem - the (former) Americans would have to acquire a taste for the Canadian nat...
Any involvement David Goldman has had with LaRouche is going to be like that yarn that begins with An Irishman At The Bar that turns to the man next to him and says, "You see this bar? I built this bar with my own two hands ...">.... It's my understanding that Spengler is one of the suspects in an ...
Lyndon LaRouche is dead at 96. For those of you lucky enough to have no idea who he is, imagine if the choice cuts of Jordan Peterson, Alex Jones, David Miscavige, and the platonic ideal of a Bernie Bro were put into a blender, then filtered through a philosophy degree. He ran for president eight t...
- Tue Feb 19, 2019 4:25 am
- Forum: Literature, Arts, and Philosophy
- Topic: Civilization is an oxymoron
- Replies: 3
- Views: 97
Evil beyond belief.Doc wrote: ↑Mon Feb 18, 2019 11:21 pmOne of the most horrifying accounts of anything I have ever read. You have been warned.
https://slate.com/human-interest/2011/0 ... -evil.html
"Why in heavens would Germany want to intervene in Syria?..." (Sertorio) Yes, why indeed? The question came up as a response to Angela's stated opposition to the withdrawal of American forces from there. Some of us wonder that if she considers it so important to have a few thousand "Western" troops ...
Again with the "grossly underfunded" German army, neverfail? You obviously did not check out this link, posted earlier. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bundeswehr "As of 31 December 2018, the Bundeswehr had a strength of 181,274 active soldiers." (Presumably all jack-booted and ready to rumble) ". . ...
So Again why doesn't Merkel send a few thousand troops to the ME? This is presuming that Merkel has the troops fully trained, equipped and ready to go. Not a guaranttee as I believe that the german army has for years been grossly underfunded and is rather run down. Presuming that Merkel (and German...