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    Quote Originally Posted by cramadog2 View Post
    If you take a look at that,there's a strong poossibility that video is part of the Russian disinformation campaign. We need to be highly suspicious of anything coming out of Europe at the moment,especially,with commentary with a strong Russian accent.
    Society needs to stop bending to the will of the delusional.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bushwhacker View Post
    Also just a reminder that we had 4 years of peace under Trump
    .................

    American intervention in Libya
    (2015–2019)

    American-led intervention in Syria
    (2014–present)

    American-led intervention in Iraq
    (2014–2021)

    Second U.S. Intervention in the Somali Civil War
    (2007–present)

    American intervention in the War in North-West Pakistan
    (2004–2018)

    American intervention in Yemen
    (2002–present)

    War in Afghanistan
    (2001–2021)

    Not to mention the worst division on the US mainland since the 70s.
    Last edited by Sharon; February 25th, 2022 at 01:31 PM. Reason: Don't say someone is lying. Just give your interpretation.

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    Yup, yup, yup ... Old Joe came along and broke up that "Bromance" between Donny and Vlad and the poor Ukrainians have to suffer his "Hissy fit".
    Good Luck & Good Hunting !

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    Has this become, or when does it become a world problem?

    As we’ve seen, no one is interested in backing Ukraine with troops. The world is watching closely. Suppose China feels bold enough to take Taiwan, does this ignite a global conflict? Surely Putin and Jinping are in close contact.

    I doubt Putin would try a NATO member. So I guess he’s picking through former Soviet satellite states.

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    I believe what Bushwacker meant to say is that he is one of the rare Presidents who did not start any invasions into far flung toyboxes, and did pull some troops home without leaving billions of dollars of military equipment for the other side to use.
    John

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    Quote Originally Posted by trimmer21 View Post
    If you take a look at that,there's a strong poossibility that video is part of the Russian disinformation campaign. We need to be highly suspicious of anything coming out of Europe at the moment,especially,with commentary with a strong Russian accent.
    I'm pretty sure Germany's lack of participation in the conflict has something to do with a treaty signed when the Berlin wall came down. Part of the reason Russia is in Ukraine has to do with another treaty regarding NATO and a build of arms (missiles) near the Russian boarder that have been occurring for the last seven years but was paused at some time during Trump.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Birdbuff View Post
    Has this become, or when does it become a world problem?

    As we’ve seen, no one is interested in backing Ukraine with troops. The world is watching closely. Suppose China feels bold enough to take Taiwan, does this ignite a global conflict? Surely Putin and Jinping are in close contact.

    I doubt Putin would try a NATO member. So I guess he’s picking through former Soviet satellite states.
    It won't become a world problem unless the world makes it a problem. Putin is going in liberating two mainly Russian provinces ( from the Soviet era) by denazification, dismantling military airports and 15 American funded Biolabs before he pulling out unless provoked into further actions.

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    It would appear that the Russian strategy is :
    Take more lands then DNR and LNR, then negotiate independence (and eventual join to Russia) for those 2 by giving up spare lands back to Ukraine

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    Quote Originally Posted by justinmch View Post
    He's got the Russians pretty well dialed in.
    Society needs to stop bending to the will of the delusional.

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