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June 29, 2016, 06:17:18 AM
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For me it's clear that the so called European army will not be peaceful. NATO is more than enough to save guard European borders. A better integration of European solider under us commands seems to be the most cost effective and efficient way to achieve killing domination. No nations combined can fight NATO, and or even more the US against the world wins in all scenario. If life exists is to be free to expand not to centralize and collapse. The values of Liberty embedded in the foundation of the USA stand Obama... What else can you throw at it low information/intellect oligarchs?

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June 29, 2016, 07:15:44 AM
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It's America that is the agressor, and a threat to European peace via NATO.
Thank goodness Russia is there as a peace keeper. The US doesn't seem to realise how it is harming itself with sanctions against Russia, and all the proxy wars that the US creates.

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June 29, 2016, 07:24:03 AM
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For me it's clear that the so called European army will not be peaceful. NATO is more than enough to save guard European borders. A better integration of European solider under us commands seems to be the most cost effective and efficient way to achieve killing domination. No nations combined can fight NATO, and or even more the US against the world wins in all scenario. If life exists is to be free to expand not to centralize and collapse. The values of Liberty embedded in the foundation of the USA stand Obama... What else can you throw at it low information/intellect oligarchs?

Nato is more than enough but don't be mistaken that the usa can  take on the whole world.   Thats not something that would ever happen but russia  alone is enough trouble for usa,   never mind throwing in chin, korea and a  few European countries. soon enough Chinas  going to knock America down a  notch in the list of super power.   

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June 29, 2016, 07:44:37 AM
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Free Chinese wanna live in big McMansion in USA to have children free and asset secured from communists. Same for Russians... Who smart enough would wanna stay in countries were their children could be jailed for an opinions... No one able to make money without state enforcement.

Russia as a peacemaker what a joke... Never lived in former Soviet Union I guess... You know they China and Russia have long let go the Marxist ideologies... It's state capitalism. Aka you can do your things but certain inustries are off limits.

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June 29, 2016, 07:51:35 AM
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Putin has changed Russia - he's given capitalism to farmers for example.
You can't have capitalism without capital, and the west is busy transferring wealth into the hands of the bankers. They don't invest in industry any more.

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June 29, 2016, 08:02:44 AM
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Putin has changed Russia - he's given capitalism to farmers for example.
You can't have capitalism without capital, and the west is busy transferring wealth into the hands of the bankers. They don't invest in industry any more.

Frankly inwardly I don't have much criticism to his reign... If only they could only focus on Russia and not waste resources and lives troubling the empire it would be great... Sadly they believe that supporting Assad makes Russia stronger... Completely desillusional.

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June 29, 2016, 08:09:09 AM
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As for me, Europe is quite peaceful for ruining Pax Americana. Even if they have some confrontations, I don't think they are4 serious enough to be a threat for peace

       


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June 29, 2016, 08:12:08 AM
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Putin has changed Russia - he's given capitalism to farmers for example.
You can't have capitalism without capital, and the west is busy transferring wealth into the hands of the bankers. They don't invest in industry any more.

Frankly inwardly I don't have much criticism to his reign... If only they could only focus on Russia and not waste resources and lives troubling the empire it would be great... Sadly they believe that supporting Assad makes Russia stronger... Completely desillusional.
I think Russia joining European world and not trying to be against it is just a matter of time. So, I guess, they'll stop supporting Assad finally

       


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June 29, 2016, 08:50:28 AM
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ISIS was created because the US removed Gaddafi, now they want to make the situation 100 times worse by removing Assad. It's time the US tried to maintain its decaying homeland, instead of squandering billions that it can't afford by supporting proxy wars to destabilise Europe. Russia and China are becoming stronger as a result of this neglect by the US gevernment. Russia now has better weapons despite the massive investment of the US.

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