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1  Other / Politics & Society / Re: Weapons sent to Ukraine are ending up in the hands of Mexican cartels on: Today at 02:51:06 AM
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The difficulty for someone like him in this case is the fact he believes in freedom or the right of all citizens of the United States to mind their own business
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I see no evidence of that. Supporting a criminal who pardons his criminal associates and promises "retribution" against US citizens if he is elected is not the very opposite of, "believes in freedom or the right of all citizens".



Well, in his eyes Trump is not a criminal whatsoever, kind the opposite.

That's not been my own anecdotal experience. I think most of them know very well that Trump is a criminal, but they want the political outcomes they want so they don't care. For that matter, Trump's criminality might even be an advantage to them since they know somebody like that won't be constrained by any sort of rule of law. Republican primary voters had their chance to vote for a proto-Trump like Ramaswami and ignored him. They want the real deal: somebody who is a real criminal...


Perhaps anything Trump criminality is a big point for you. But that isn't what things are all about. Here is what they are about. Example...

In the national forests, you can often find signs from the Forest Service telling you to put out your campfires before you leave. Here is what you are. You are a nice guy, working away to make sure your campfire is drowned and dead before you leave. But you completely ignore the fact that the forest is burning all around you, and if you don't move fast, you will be burned up in the blaze.

Trump is like your little campfire.
Biden, Congress, the DoD, all kinds of big business, including the British Crown and the banking system are the forest fire.

If you were smart, you would use the burning coals from your campfire to start break fires against the forest burning, so that by the time the forest flames got to you, your campfire will have burned a break around you, saving you from the dangerous flames.

But that's only half your problem. You want to burn and destroy as many people around you in the big blaze as you can, rather than saving yourself and warning them.

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2  Other / Politics & Society / Re: Russian Invasion of Ukraine[In Progress] on: February 29, 2024, 09:53:18 PM
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You do amazingly well with English, considering it isn't your first language. But then, a lot of people know two or more languages. But perhaps you should re-study English a little, so you can see what is said in the video... and a lot of other places for that matter.

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You do amazingly well at being able to use a keyboard without electrocuting yourself, given you intellectual level.

Your link is pure propaganda, there are little facts, all bias and I am not going to bother to listen more that 2 minutes of that short of crap. Bottom-line, all countries conduct operations abroad, Ruzzia is well known to manipulate elections abroad, kill people abroad, spread disinformation (Please, preeettty please, ask me to provide proof). That is not war (although arguably killing in foreign soil is an act of war) , war is marching your troops into a recognised estate to take over its territory.


Do you even think you are saying something important? Of course, all your rants - even those with a little truth in them - are fun for you, right? So, they ARE important to you, right? Almost everybody who contributes comments to the forum is having fun doing so, right? Or they wouldn't be here, right? And they aren't here, right? People enjoy your comments, one way or another.

All the lies of the US and Nato.


How Realistic Is Putin?



https://www.paulcraigroberts.org/2024/02/29/how-realistic-is-putin/
On February 27 I was interviewed by Finian Cunningham about this risk.  If the interview is posted online, I will link to it hopefully before it is taken down by the narrative controllers.

There is no doubt that I have been proven correct that the provocations, accepted by the Kremlin with only words in opposition, have increased in severity over the past two years.

First the West would send to the Ukrainians helmets and sleeping bags.  Then small arms ammunition. Then artillery.  Tanks were mentioned, but Washington and NATO said, "never tanks." Then tanks were sent. Then, after first being denied, drones and intermediate-range missiles. Then targeting information. Then mercenaries.  Then after being denied, now long-range missiles and US F-16s capable of penetrating deep into Russia herself far from the battlefront are under consideration.  And now the latest, the French President's proposal to send NATO troops.  "We will never send troops," declares NATO's Stoltenberg. But all the denials previously were breached and meant nothing.
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3  Other / Politics & Society / Re: Weapons sent to Ukraine are ending up in the hands of Mexican cartels on: February 29, 2024, 09:38:40 PM
You talk funny about impossibilities. Not all "the libs" have Bitcoin. Or did you mean "libraries?"

No, but lots of them do. And if Bitcoin becomes a "Trump" thing, like you are trying to do here, then they will invest in something else.

So you have to ask yourself, what is more important to you: your Bitcoin going up in price, or Trump getting elected?


You haven't explained what a lib is. If it is libraries, how in the world does a library have Bitcoins? If it is libertarians, they are a small political party of no Bitcoin significance(?). If it is real liberals - as opposed to those who are bought and paid for by Soros - they are turning to Trump in droves, whether or not they have Bitcoin. You don't make sense.

How in the world could Bitcoin become a Trump thing? He has his own cryptocurrency. What do you even mean? Do you think he and his people cracked the encryption?

Further, what is it that you think I am trying to do like Trump and Bitcoin? Mostly I'm just posting news and my opinions. You don't make sense.

In addition, if I ask myself which is more important, Trump or Bitcoin, that's my personal affair. But they both could become super-important. Or neither of them could.

So, my question for you is, do you even know what you are trying to say? But if you do, perhaps you could figure out a way to explain it to the rest of us. Oh... but if you won't, it probably doesn't matter, anyway, right?

I gotta learn how to type faster. Jokers like you waste a lot of my time.

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4  Other / Politics & Society / Re: Donetsk, Kharkov, Lugansk - way to Russia. on: February 29, 2024, 07:34:58 PM
This article proves that Russia didn't have animosity against the US, NATO, or the world. After all, you don't put your money into a bank that isn't trustworthy... except if you don't know that it isn't trustworthy. You don't place your property into the control of a perceived enemy. Russia was simply trading with the rest of the world - as they still are - when the US through Ukraine started the war, formally, in 2014... but really even before.

What they should be doing is handing US funds over to Russia for instigating a war against a peaceful country.


Yellen Calls for Frozen Russian Central Bank Funds to Be Given to Ukraine



https://news.antiwar.com/2024/02/27/yellen-calls-for-frozen-russian-central-bank-funds-to-be-given-to-ukraine/
Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen on Tuesday called for the US and its allies to hand $300 billion in frozen Russian central bank funds to Ukraine, a step that would significantly escalate the Western economic war against Russia.

“It is necessary and urgent for our coalition to find a way to unlock the value of these immobilized assets to support Ukraine’s continued resistance and long-term reconstruction,” Yellen said in Brazil, where Group of 20 finance ministers are meeting this week, according to The Associated Press.

The comments from Yellen mark her most supportive statement of the outright theft of Russian funds to finance the war in Ukraine. The call comes as the Biden administration is still struggling to get Congress to pass the $60 billion it’s seeking to fuel the conflict.

“I believe there is a strong international law, economic, and moral case for moving forward. This would be a decisive response to Russia’s unprecedented threat to global stability,” Yellen added.
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5  Other / Politics & Society / Re: Weapons sent to Ukraine are ending up in the hands of Mexican cartels on: February 29, 2024, 07:25:11 PM

I'd say, get into Bitcoin now, and into what Blackrock is doing, to preserve any semblance of stable 'money' for your life and family.


You know, if all of "the libs" sold their Bitcoin, the price would drop by about 95%. Did you ever think about that?




You talk funny about impossibilities. Not all "the libs" have Bitcoin. Or did you mean "libraries?"

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6  Other / Politics & Society / Re: Weapons sent to Ukraine are ending up in the hands of Mexican cartels on: February 29, 2024, 02:57:18 PM
^^^ Ukraine has always been a puppet State. It's the thing that the US and the super-wealthy tried to do to Russia with the Bolshevik Revolution. But it backfired regarding Russia. They are having more success with their fake Ukraine State.


Weapons sent to Ukraine are ending up in the hands of Mexican cartels, report reveals

Mexican government recently demanded U.S. investigate how weapons are ending up with cartels
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I think corrupt Ukrainian generals and politicians are milking NATO military and financial grants from the day one. Only gullible people will keep financing such a corrupt regime.

While this is true, it has intentionally been set up for them (Ukrainian crooks) by the US crooks in the US military, Congress, The Presidency, and other US and wealthy world interests... and especially the Federal Reserve Bank owners. It's these jokers who are raking in the money from the arms sales, way more than Ukrainian officials could ever think of doing. And it is coming from the American people through taxes.

The solution is to let/make the world banking system fail... the USDollar system. However, it will happen, even though they think they are safe and will last forever. Read about the banking system in the Revelation of the Bible... how they buy and sell everything, even the bodies and souls of people. But they will be destroyed in a very short time... Revelation says one hour.

It might be happening right now. You can see Bitcoin suddenly going up, up, up. Blackrock is maneuvering the base of the money system. People are seeing them do this and are getting on board with them.

Consider one thing regarding what Blackrock is trying to do. The Foreign Currency Exchange is a $5-trillion-a-day exchange. Blackrock might have a big job on its hands. But once it starts rolling down the slope, it will snowball fast.

I'd say, get into Bitcoin now, and into what Blackrock is doing, to preserve any semblance of stable 'money' for your life and family.

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7  Other / Politics & Society / Re: Russian Invasion of Ukraine[In Progress] on: February 29, 2024, 03:01:25 AM
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Thanks, again for proving that you don't have a clue about what is going on. If you had watched the video in my post, you would have seen the proof - not just talk - that it was the US using Ukraine that started the war years before Putin decided to do something about it in 2022. However, I like the idea that you can dream. People should be able to dream. But try looking at reality some time.

Here's the video, again... just to make it easier for you to find - [biased shitlink removed]

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Seriously, facts?? In the first two minute this dude has already classed two newspapers as "part of the regime", then mentions an article that does not say what he says it says and goes to a tweet by a nobody repeating Kremlin propaganda.

do I really need to listen to ultra-biased shit when there is a clear fact that you are trying to ignore? Putin sent his troops and captured Crimea. This was a recognised part of a recognised country. That is the start of a war.

Whatever the CIA did or did not is no different to whatever the Ruzzian "inteligence" services tried and failed to do.

You guys speaking about facts in laughable (dumBAss).


You do amazingly well with English, considering it isn't your first language. But then, a lot of people know two or more languages. But perhaps you should re-study English a little, so you can see what is said in the video... and a lot of other places for that matter.

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8  Other / Politics & Society / Re: Russian Invasion of Ukraine[In Progress] on: February 28, 2024, 10:13:07 PM
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This is how propaganda works:
https://twitter.com/Xenta777/status/1761724381867257984
As of February 24, 2022: Ukraine had 250 airplanes and helicopters

By February 24, 2024: 839 airplanes and helicopters had been destroyed


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That's not propaganda. They simply destroyed a bunch of them several times. Grin

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9  Other / Politics & Society / Re: Weapons sent to Ukraine are ending up in the hands of Mexican cartels on: February 28, 2024, 03:15:54 PM
What the hell is happening man, someone's definitely making money out of all this because there's no way that they end up there out of thin air and that person that's selling them those weapons are definitely protected by someone really big in either US, Mexico, Ukraine or Russia or it's a really evil and influential arms dealer. There's really no end to cartels with more people still doing drugs, hopefully we can see some more movement that will destroy these cartels, they're a really scary group and it's really weird that the government doesn't do anything that's targeted at eradicating these groups. It's not even the most devastating weapon that the cartel has got, didn't they also got a missile launcher and some armored vehicle, there's also the fact that they're being trained now by retired Mossad operators or any special force operators.

A couple of thoughts.


Women make better combat soldiers than men. Why? Because when they get it into their heads to really do something, they go at it full force. Men always hold back enough to think a little.

The Mossad is simply made up of a special kind of man... the kind that doesn't hold back (like women soldiers) but also thinks (like men soldiers).


Consider your freedom to participate in a forum, or the fact that forums can even exist. There is a whole lot of freedom around. Sure, freedom is warped somewhat by the CIA and the Mossad and organizations like them. But freedom exists all over the place.


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10  Other / Politics & Society / Re: Russian Invasion of Ukraine[In Progress] on: February 28, 2024, 03:05:04 PM
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More proof that Ukraine (really the CIA) started the war long before Russia invaded.

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Is there any country in which CIA is not active? Vanuatu maybe? The war started when Ruzzian troops violated the legitimate borders of a internationally recognised state.

BTW BA, how is that Ruzzian citizenship application going? Go an enjoy freedom.

Edited to add: dumBAss.

Thanks, again for proving that you don't have a clue about what is going on. If you had watched the video in my post, you would have seen the proof - not just talk - that it was the US using Ukraine that started the war years before Putin decided to do something about it in 2022. However, I like the idea that you can dream. People should be able to dream. But try looking at reality some time.

Here's the video, again... just to make it easier for you to find - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sRqP4XLhqak.

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11  Other / Politics & Society / Re: Russian Invasion of Ukraine[In Progress] on: February 27, 2024, 03:20:18 PM
More proof that Ukraine (really the CIA) started the war long before Russia invaded.


The CIA's Secret Ten Year War On Russia...From Within Ukraine!



https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sRqP4XLhqak
The New York Times came out with a bombshell article on Sunday detailing the past ten years of CIA active warfare from within Ukraine against Russia. From building 12 CIA bases within the country, to instructing on sabotage inside Russia to providing targeting intelligence BEFORE the 2022 Russian military operation in Ukraine. And...much of the operation was kept secret from then-President Trump!
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12  Other / Politics & Society / Re: Who plays bigger role in crypto adoption: General public or government ? on: February 26, 2024, 07:46:07 PM
Common people, if you want to call Larry Fink a common person.

Bitcoin is jumping right now because Blackrock is coming closer to setting up a new financial system that would include Bitcoin in various ways. Does this encourage people to buy BTC? Or the opposite? The price increase, that is.

BTC made it to the $65,000 range twice before. Many people lost their shirts... or life savings... when it dumped back down. Do people these days understand how what Fink is doing with Blackrock is different than the past?

Government people are not entirely stupid. They see what Fink is doing. It probably makes them want to invest more than the average commoner does.

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13  Other / Politics & Society / Re: Weapons sent to Ukraine are ending up in the hands of Mexican cartels on: February 26, 2024, 07:37:28 PM
One of the reasons why weapons that have been sent to Ukraine are winding up in the hands of terrorists all around the world is, Ukraine military people don't have the training to use them. So, they sell them.

Too bad the F-16's didn't get sent earlier. It would show us which countries of the world are really stupid. How? No country that bought them, especially second hand, has any trained people to use them. It would be a big waste for them. Of course, maybe they would have a different use for them than to fly them . I wonder what that use might be.


Ukraine doesn’t have enough trained F-16 pilots – White House



https://www.rt.com/russia/593160-ukraine-lacks-sufficient-f16-pilots/
The early delivery of US fighter jets would not have changed the course of Ukraine’s failed summer counteroffensive because there were not enough trained pilots to fly them, White House National Security Adviser Jake Sullivan has said.

Speaking to ABC News on Sunday, Sullivan disagreed with the narrative that the White House did not provide enough “war-fighting equipment” for Ukraine to succeed on the front line.

“The idea that we did not mobilize a massive quantity of resources and capabilities to deliver to Ukrainians simply doesn’t wash,” Sullivan said in response to a question on whether Washington’s incremental approach to deliveries of advanced weaponry was to blame for Ukraine’s lack of progress on the battlefield.
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14  Other / Politics & Society / Re: Russian Invasion of Ukraine[In Progress] on: February 26, 2024, 04:48:29 PM
Let's keep it in cyberspace my friend. Let's show that we are ok with them speaking with the freedom they deny others.

He supports Ukrainians who support Bandera and Mladić...of course he's against freedom of speech too

Are you not by defending Putin? does he allow any free speech? You can ask Navalny... well, you cannot he got killed in an artic Gulag. His widow is requesting the body and they are blackmailing her by saying that she has to do a "secret burial".

Just leave the topic, you have very little to defend on regards to any freedom after people with a blank sheet of paper were detained and profiled since the beginning of the war at the red square.

People all over and throughout Russia say all kinds of things to each other, freely. Free speech is part of Russia just as it is part of every nation, and just as people can get themselves into trouble by what they say... in any nation.

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15  Other / Politics & Society / Re: Russian Invasion of Ukraine[In Progress] on: February 24, 2024, 11:51:21 PM
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You are making things up dude, we support the Ukrainian independence, that's all. As I have said many times this is not a ideological war, it is about Putin wanting to recover the USSR and failing miserably to see that we are not in the XVII, XVIII, XIX nor XX century. Putin does not care about Nazis, Sionists, the "oppressed Rusians" nor anything else, he is just about making a name for himself in the books before he dies in utter irrelevance.

Anyway, today I have seen the first video of a Abrams in action. Quick action, two hits quick retreat.

LOL, are you serious?

Regarding Poland:

https://twitter.com/SlavFreeSpirit/status/1761506047141793931

It simply takes some people a little while longer for reality to set in. He simply doesn't realize that Putin accomplished his goal... the goal of opening a Russian path to the Black Sea. We only hope that Ukraine doesn't make Putin angry enough to finish off all of Ukraine. As it is, the Black Sea path will remain open whether Zelensky wants to kill off a bunch more Ukrainians or not.

I'm personally glad that Medvedev wasn't in the top office in Russia. We just might be in the middle of WW3 right now if he was.

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16  Other / Politics & Society / Re: dump the Trump? on: February 24, 2024, 11:38:44 PM
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Correct! This isn't news. It's been happening for a long time.

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Ok, so inflation is due to "Bidenomics". They perhaps you can tell me why half of the world has higher inflation than the US while the US is actually managing to grow salaries while controlling the inflation. I can already tell you are re-parroting something you have heard in your local MAGA shithole while not understanding a word of it.

dumBAss dumBAss, look out of Texas, there is a whole wide world out there.

I'm too busy for more than a chuckle. You ask a question, and supply the answer, yourself.

Your self-supplied answer is >>> Trump. MAGA worked so extremely well that it has taken "Bidenomics" all this time to destroy some of it. You say "half of the world has higher inflation than the US" but you don't talk about the other half of the world. And you don't seem to realize that if Trump had taken office in 2020, he would have seen to it that the world didn't have much inflation at all, at the same time he was growing MAGA.

This means that world leaders would have been happy, and Putin never would have had any reason or desire to overrun Ukraine.

Now, I realize that you are simply somebody who has goals and desires like everybody else. But sometimes (a lot of the time?) you just can't seem to think past your nose. Would you ever be able to make it out of a wet paper bag?

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17  Other / Politics & Society / Re: dump the Trump? on: February 23, 2024, 07:26:49 PM
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However, the president's failed economic policies, known as 'Bidenomics,' have crushed the working class under the weight of inflation.


I actually thought this was an actual news story until I read that.



Correct! This isn't news. It's been happening for a long time.

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18  Other / Politics & Society / Re: Russian Invasion of Ukraine[In Progress] on: February 23, 2024, 07:23:55 PM
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By the ways dumBAss dumBAss, keep trying saying stuff about me. You are getting funnier for the moment, even for Texas standards.


I'm sorry. Can't help a little of the funniness that you are from rolling off, out into the open.


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19  Other / Politics & Society / Re: I spoken very smart person he told me secrets of life on: February 23, 2024, 07:12:59 PM
^^^ When compared with what exists, all out knowledge is very feeble. For example, all science knows that everything operates by cause and effect. This means that whatever happens causes other things to happen, and was itself caused by things that went before it.

People believe in evolution. But they also believe that evolution happened by random mutations. When they say 'random mutations', that means that they don't know which mutations. If they don't know which mutations, how do they even know for a fact that mutations did it?

To see how ignorant we really are, simply study a little about Nassim Haramein - https://duckduckgo.com/?q=nassim+haramein&ia=web and https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCXZA0UxXsyRuvHClC-OZEWw. Nassim has found links in physics that most scientists would rather ignore. Why would they ignore? Because these links show that the universe is way more complex that mankind can ever hope to unravel, even with AI.

You and I exist in this complex universe naturally, the complexity flowing through us. So, look at what's behind the complexity, rather than what the icloud system seems to be able to do. Since everything operates by cause and effect, science (in earlier years) called the beginning of everything "The Great First Cause." Others use the word "God."

The complexity of the universe is the secrecy... because we will NEVER be able to significantly figure out more than a smidgen of it.

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20  Other / Politics & Society / Re: Stand with Ukraine: Petition to sign. on: February 23, 2024, 06:56:13 PM
Support for Russia IS support for Ukraine.     Cool
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