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Interesting syria

Post by exhaustgases » Sat Apr 14, 2018 5:20 pm

Some one posted the board of directors of the chemical plant or plants destroyed. Very interesting, and may explain why the Roooski's stood down too?
Someone will have to research it because I'm not posting a link to it, since on one reads my links.

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Post by sanfordandson » Sat Apr 14, 2018 6:40 pm

They stood down? I didnt see where they announced there will be no counter action....

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Post by 1989TransAm » Sat Apr 14, 2018 7:24 pm

Nikki Haley said our military is in a cocked and locked mode if necessary for further action.

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Post by exhaustgases » Sat Apr 14, 2018 9:27 pm

1989TransAm wrote:
Sat Apr 14, 2018 7:24 pm
Nikki Haley said our military is in a cocked and locked mode if necessary for further action.
So what? All the Roooski's have to do is a few upper atmosphere big ones and all our lights will go out for a year or more, and that will pretty much end the US. And at the same time a few at all the boats afloat over there. Yeah is that what your wishing for? And that's just the Rooski's then there's china, Iran and Nk. Like lots of things be careful what you wish for.

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Post by 1989TransAm » Sat Apr 14, 2018 11:04 pm

exhaustgases wrote:
Sat Apr 14, 2018 9:27 pm
1989TransAm wrote:
Sat Apr 14, 2018 7:24 pm
Nikki Haley said our military is in a cocked and locked mode if necessary for further action.
So what? All the Roooski's have to do is a few upper atmosphere big ones and all our lights will go out for a year or more, and that will pretty much end the US. And at the same time a few at all the boats afloat over there. Yeah is that what your wishing for? And that's just the Rooski's then there's china, Iran and Nk. Like lots of things be careful what you wish for.
I am not wishing for anything like. That President Trump did a measured response. That is what was needed.

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Post by RevTheory » Sun Apr 15, 2018 12:32 am

Perhaps I've bought the wrong brand of tin foil but dear Vlad knows full-well that we're at least a generation ahead of him and he fully understands mutually-assured destruction so nukes are off the table. What's with the Russian fear?

Cyber-war is different and I hope we're on it but the comment made on another thread about the Russians being on our shores with retaliation is more than nonsense.

But hey, we've got a guy or two on a random forum that have apparently missed their mark as a national security advisor. Damn the random talent! :D

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Post by Ratu » Sun Apr 15, 2018 3:23 am

RevTheory

Quoting you, "Perhaps I've bought the wrong brand of tin foil but dear Vlad knows full-well that we're at least a generation ahead of him".

Yes, you have the tinfoil hat on alright. The Russians are well ahead of the US in several key areas of military technology. In some areas their lead exceeds a decade... Look it up for goodness sake.

Most importantly, the Russian military soldier knows exactly for what he is doing the fighting (and dying if it comes to it). It aint for soldiers wearing stiletto heels. It aint for drugs, nor corporations on Wall St, nor the Fed, nor spirit cooking, nor Washington lobbyists, nor venal politicians, nor snowflakes, nor "European values", nor democracy US-style, nor unlimited immigrants, nor Hollywood, nor Hollywood culture, nor weird perversions, nor deviant behaviour, nor exceptionalism, nor multiculturalism, nor endless debt, nor zero-money down financing, nor cheap consumer goods, nor junk food, nor medical insurance, nor Oprah TV shows, nor liberalism, nor Trumpism, nor CNN, nor running a blockade to ensure 500,000 children die in agony, nor destroying the civil infrastructure of other people,.....no, none of that. So what is it exactly you are expecting your countrymen to go fight and die for?

General Patton is reported to have mentioned his two rules of war. They were:
#1. Do not go to war with Russia.
#2. See rule number one.
In WW2 it was Russians who did the heavy lifting. They suffered 26-million deaths while defeating the Wehrmacht. They killed over 5-million German men at arms while doing it. Then the USSR occupied and ran East Germany for decades. Do not think that the Russians are a people who can be easily and conveniently defeated. It just is not going to happen like that.


Quoting you referring to President Putin, " he fully understands mutually-assured destruction so nukes are off the table."

They are not off the table as you pretend. The Russian perspective is that of, what good the world if there is no Russia in it. Indeed President Putin has gone on the record to say that if it comes to it, speaking as President of the Russian Federation he has no use for the World if there is no Russia. By Russia they not only mean the country and its government, they mean their identity. Beware trivialising that which you do not understand or are unaware of.


Quoting, "the comment made on another thread about the Russians being on our shores with retaliation is more than nonsense."

If, by this, you are referring to a post reporting what President Putin said, then you are grossly ignorant of fact. President Putin states that were Russia to fight war with US on Russian territory the homeland of the US would not remain untouched. Similar warnings have been issued by various Kremlin officials and the Russian military command. Beware denying that which you'd rather not face up to. Fact is, they have the capability. They have the knowledge. They have demonstrated a determined will to act if provoked.

This all needs to be walked back from the present parlous situation.

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Post by Firedome8 » Sun Apr 15, 2018 8:42 am

Ratu wrote:
Sun Apr 15, 2018 3:23 am
RevTheory

Quoting you, "Perhaps I've bought the wrong brand of tin foil but dear Vlad knows full-well that we're at least a generation ahead of him".

Yes, you have the tinfoil hat on alright. The Russians are well ahead of the US in several key areas of military technology. In some areas their lead exceeds a decade... Look it up for goodness sake.

Most importantly, the Russian military soldier knows exactly for what he is doing the fighting (and dying if it comes to it). It aint for soldiers wearing stiletto heels. It aint for drugs, nor corporations on Wall St, nor the Fed, nor spirit cooking, nor Washington lobbyists, nor venal politicians, nor snowflakes, nor "European values", nor democracy US-style, nor unlimited immigrants, nor Hollywood, nor Hollywood culture, nor weird perversions, nor deviant behaviour, nor exceptionalism, nor multiculturalism, nor endless debt, nor zero-money down financing, nor cheap consumer goods, nor junk food, nor medical insurance, nor Oprah TV shows, nor liberalism, nor Trumpism, nor CNN, nor running a blockade to ensure 500,000 children die in agony, nor destroying the civil infrastructure of other people,.....no, none of that. So what is it exactly you are expecting your countrymen to go fight and die for?

General Patton is reported to have mentioned his two rules of war. They were:
#1. Do not go to war with Russia.
#2. See rule number one.
In WW2 it was Russians who did the heavy lifting. They suffered 26-million deaths while defeating the Wehrmacht. They killed over 5-million German men at arms while doing it. Then the USSR occupied and ran East Germany for decades. Do not think that the Russians are a people who can be easily and conveniently defeated. It just is not going to happen like that.


Quoting you referring to President Putin, " he fully understands mutually-assured destruction so nukes are off the table."

They are not off the table as you pretend. The Russian perspective is that of, what good the world if there is no Russia in it. Indeed President Putin has gone on the record to say that if it comes to it, speaking as President of the Russian Federation he has no use for the World if there is no Russia. By Russia they not only mean the country and its government, they mean their identity. Beware trivialising that which you do not understand or are unaware of.


Quoting, "the comment made on another thread about the Russians being on our shores with retaliation is more than nonsense."

If, by this, you are referring to a post reporting what President Putin said, then you are grossly ignorant of fact. President Putin states that were Russia to fight war with US on Russian territory the homeland of the US would not remain untouched. Similar warnings have been issued by various Kremlin officials and the Russian military command. Beware denying that which you'd rather not face up to. Fact is, they have the capability. They have the knowledge. They have demonstrated a determined will to act if provoked.

This all needs to be walked back from the present parlous situation.
Trump is the wrong man to deal with the situation, his reality tv mentality has no place at the head of our military.

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Post by RevTheory » Sun Apr 15, 2018 9:14 am

Just wait: we'll export more and more oil into the EU and you can watch your big, bad, boogie man shrink down even further. This ain't the mighty USSR post-WW2: Ronald Reagan took care of that.

And like either country is going to invade the homeland of the other or fire off nukes. Come on man...
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Post by dirtracr5 » Sun Apr 15, 2018 9:29 am

Firedome8 wrote:
Sun Apr 15, 2018 8:42 am

Trump is the wrong man to deal with the situation, his reality tv mentality has no place at the head of our military.
I agree...business is his thing. Foreign policy and war is not. We are diving down a rabbit hole.

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Post by exhaustgases » Sun Apr 15, 2018 6:49 pm

And thank you Hiiiillllarrry the Roooski's should hurry up and gather somemore of their 20% Uranium, and do some testing too boot, now since its just open season for everything it seems. The Marxist bunch have and are progressing all this, hmmmm that is why they are called progressives.
Now if trump would free this country all these tensions would end.

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Post by Steve.k » Sun Apr 15, 2018 7:07 pm

If you wanna read a interesting book try the Colder War. Very interesting how vlad and the boys were busy buying up half the world and making trade deals while the rest were fighting with each other. Pulled the rug right out from underneath them before they knew it was happening. Now I think they figured it out and its like "Oh Shit" now what. I beleive this is where all the pressure is coming from. Read it and do yourself a favour. If only half is true in book he still pulled a pretty good chess game.

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Post by pdq67 » Sun Apr 15, 2018 8:12 pm

exhaustgases wrote:
Sun Apr 15, 2018 6:49 pm
And thank you Hiiiillllarrry the Roooski's should hurry up and gather somemore of their 20% Uranium, and do some testing too boot, now since its just open season for everything it seems. The Marxist bunch have and are progressing all this, hmmmm that is why they are called progressives.
Now if trump would free this country all these tensions would end.
And just why isn't the, "CUNT", being taken to task for double-dealing our Uranium, much less Benghazi and all the rest of the foundation shit??

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Post by exhaustgases » Sun Apr 15, 2018 8:18 pm

Steve.k wrote:
Sun Apr 15, 2018 7:07 pm
If you wanna read a interesting book try the Colder War. Very interesting how vlad and the boys were busy buying up half the world and making trade deals while the rest were fighting with each other. Pulled the rug right out from underneath them before they knew it was happening. Now I think they figured it out and its like "Oh Shit" now what. I beleive this is where all the pressure is coming from. Read it and do yourself a favour. If only half is true in book he still pulled a pretty good chess game.
The only book worth reading would be one that explains how Russia is the last main hold out to keep the globalists from taking over the whole planet.
Hmm maybe why all the sudden the Marxist socialist communist demo c rats hate them so much now. But they loved them in the good old USSR days, go figure. Trump and Putin are sovereign country types, they both don't want globalist's running their country's, and both share the same love from the Marxist bunch.

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Post by 1989TransAm » Sun Apr 15, 2018 9:35 pm

dirtracr5 wrote:
Sun Apr 15, 2018 9:29 am
Firedome8 wrote:
Sun Apr 15, 2018 8:42 am

Trump is the wrong man to deal with the situation, his reality tv mentality has no place at the head of our military.
I agree...business is his thing. Foreign policy and war is not. We are diving down a rabbit hole.
Oh really? The Middle East has been realigned and North Korea is coming to the bargaining table. What did Obama accomplish in 8 years? What has any dimoKKKRAT of late accomplished?

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