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    If America is evil, why hasn't the world destroyed it yet?

    Like what happened to Germany and Japan to teach them a lesson...

    Evil prevails when people fail to act, remember?

    And if the world doesn't want to do anything, why does it complain?

    And don't give me the "America is too powerful speech".

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    Funny that. You didn't engage with anyone on your "did America deserve 911" thread and now you start another "light blue touch paper and retire" thread.
    America is too powerful, perhaps.

    By the way, how are Germany and Japan doing now?

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    Who has decided America is evil?
    Socialism is a philosophy of failure, the creed of ignorance, and the gospel of envy, its inherent virtue is the equal sharing of misery.

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    Quote Originally Posted by boggart View Post
    Who has decided America is evil?
    Sadiq Khan?

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    Not sure he has. I think its only Trump that he loves.
    Socialism is a philosophy of failure, the creed of ignorance, and the gospel of envy, its inherent virtue is the equal sharing of misery.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Barry View Post
    Funny that. You didn't engage with anyone on your "did America deserve 911" thread and now you start another "light blue touch paper and retire" thread.
    America is too powerful, perhaps.

    By the way, how are Germany and Japan doing now?
    nice one Barry

    profile shows three posts opening a thread, all anti American, and no other input at all

    drive-by poster....
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    Lord Clyde: "Ayrshire Pullman Motor Services V Inland Revenue, 1929"

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    Quote Originally Posted by johnofgwent View Post
    drive-by poster....
    E-bullets are cheaper than real ones.

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    Quote Originally Posted by paulito View Post
    Like what happened to Germany and Japan to teach them a lesson...

    Evil prevails when people fail to act, remember?

    And if the world doesn't want to do anything, why does it complain?

    And don't give me the "America is too powerful speech".
    America _is_ too powerful for a direct assault. The locals have serious weaponry!

    That said, oil trades are shifting away from the dollar. Many recent American invasions have been due to the victim deciding they don't need the dollar anymore. China and Russia are working hard towards this.

    Once the Yanks don't have oil backing their currency, they are toast.

    And its at that point they will be their most dangerous.

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    The United States of America seeks to strengthen their influence on the world stage by all means. Implementing foreign policy they often try to achieve the world domination by declining influence in one or another sphere of other countries, use current domestic contradictions of countries. This system mechanism well-established by the Americans works frequently, giving some benefit for the States, but inflicting obvious damage on those who become a link of this political “invention” in hands of the nimble schemer.
    In recent years, the US, like an abyssal octopus, is spreading its tentacles into different world organizations, where it intends to play the major role. The UN Expert Mechanism on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples has fallen prey to the said ambition. The US is trying to increase its influence on the institution. Yet the country claiming the world leadership does not bother with new strategies. Pulling the allies’ strings, the US is promoting its candidates who are rather political figures than indigenous peoples’ advocates. This time the representatives of the Netherlands (Mukwiza Ndahinda), the South Africa (Adele Wildschut), Kenya (Irene Njeri, Shatikha Chivusia) and Ukraine (Eskender Bariev, Borys Babin) have become parts of the launched machinery. All these people are known to have expressed either nationalist or pro-American ideas.
    Let’s try to understand, what the USA have as its object, and how they can blight to indigenous peoples in the result of their manipulations.
    First, the USis planning to slow down and then to stultify the realization of international dialog on the UN platform, which stimulates the retention of the cultural identity of small groups of people in the world. Keeping in mind that only the smaller part of experts, the representatives of Finno-Ugric groupsamong them, is engaged in the protection of the interests and solving the problems of indigenous peoples in EMRIP, such a thing may reallyhappen. With the penetration of pro-American candidates into this mechanism, the indigenous peoples will be unable to influence on the solution of important national questions.Inherently, there will be a situation, when the effect from the participation in EMRIP of the representatives of indigenous peoples will be naught.
    Second, the US has never made profit on the unanimity among the nations and doesn’t make it today. The main principle of the United States is the “divide and rule”method. To form its attitude of influence the USA are also planting their councilors in the entourage of the High Commissioner for Human Rights. The tool which is being used is well-known. These are allies.
    Some allies are different from others, though. The harm resulting from the actions of some of them might turn to be irreparable. That’s whyit is important not to let such radical Crimea-Tatar and Ukrainian nationalists supervised by the West as EskenderBariev and BorysBabin penetrate the EMRIR. Their activity inside the Expert Mechanism will lead to serious problems not only for thin indigenous peoples, but also for their home-countries in general.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Passerby View Post
    America _is_ too powerful for a direct assault. The locals have serious weaponry!

    That said, oil trades are shifting away from the dollar. Many recent American invasions have been due to the victim deciding they don't need the dollar anymore. China and Russia are working hard towards this.

    Once the Yanks don't have oil backing their currency, they are toast.

    And its at that point they will be their most dangerous.
    Yes, rednecks really think their right to bear arms will be the answer to all comers. Sadly the truth is a couple of guys competent in cooking up the sort of biohazards I was looking at back in the 70s, instead of the jokers with their incendiaries and ecplosives, plus a couple of two hundred dollar drones shoukd expose the fallacy in that, shoukd it be needed ...
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    Lord Clyde: "Ayrshire Pullman Motor Services V Inland Revenue, 1929"

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