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Spain was always a prick. Never forgot the Armada.

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Yeah, it's kind of hilarious how all the wars don't add up to deaths caused by the US Civil War. Like, *censored*, that was a moment. We came out stronger and able to project military force at places like Spain though so it all works out.

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General Comments / He screamed for me two times.
« on: October 16, 2022, 03:31:33 AM »
I guess. Y'all can't hold a page against my *censored*.

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General Comments / Re: Russian War Crimes
« on: October 16, 2022, 02:05:26 AM »
Since this is a thread for Russian war crimes, here's an old mother telling us how her son got shotgunned to death.

https://v.redd.it/3tpmynwzswt91

And then apparently they threw her in the river, because Russians gonna Russian.

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General Comments / Re: Russian War Crimes
« on: October 16, 2022, 01:31:53 AM »
It's one thing if the occasional bad apple does something rotten. It's an entirely different thing if their command structure is actually telling them to do the rotten things.

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General Comments / Re: Russian War Crimes
« on: October 16, 2022, 01:25:30 AM »
Btw I was joking about them having socks, conscripts are being given foot wraps.

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General Comments / Re: Russian War Crimes
« on: October 16, 2022, 01:17:37 AM »
Rape is a military strategy now, apparently.

https://edition.cnn.com/2022/10/15/europe/russia-ukraine-rape-sexual-violence-military-intl-hnk/index.html

Ammo, food, socks. Oh yeah. Brass said I'd need Viagra on the front lines. Almost forgot that.

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General Comments / Re: Election Results
« on: October 15, 2022, 07:20:59 PM »
Arizona turns around so quickly and so often that despite growing up there I don't know what to think.

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Even Canada must have some military. Yes, they'd fall down in front of the US and probably even Mexico, but they *have* to have *something.*. You're not a real country if you don't.

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political fracture weakens your ability to project power and win

You say that like its a bad thing. Political fracture in Russia kept them from projecting their power for many years. I think it would be nice if most if not all countries would stop projecting their power, and start taking care of their residents.

Political fracture happened in Russia and it gave us Putin. *Putin.*

Unless there is some CIA type of thing going down I really feel we should allow all countries to sort their own stuff out.

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General Comments / Re: Russian War Crimes
« on: October 15, 2022, 12:47:11 PM »
The gold teeth are gonna take the headline, but don't y'all forget how they mentioned "torture chambers" and "gas masks."

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General Comments / Re: Nobody Summons MegaTrump!
« on: October 15, 2022, 09:50:48 AM »
I am willing to bet Trump shows up and testifies.

Again, he is addicted to being the number one news story, and he won't be able to resist.

I wasn't joking before when I said he can't get good lawyers anymore. He had some good lawyers, he ignored them and did Trumpy stuff. The legal community took note of that and now his lawyers are basically clowns, being laughed at by both the judges and other legal observers.

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General Comments / Re: Russian War Crimes
« on: October 15, 2022, 09:19:56 AM »
Here's an article and picture of a box of gold fillings extracted from Ukrainians.

https://www.msn.com/en-us/news/world/bucket-of-gold-tooth-fillings-among-grim-discoveries-in-ukraine-town/ss-AA12LWYf?ocid=st#image=2

Huh. That kind of looks familiar. Where have we seen that before? Oh well. Good thing Russia is working hard to deNazify Ukraine.

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General Comments / Re: Russian War Crimes
« on: October 14, 2022, 06:41:39 PM »
Russia is so *censored*ed up, we all look at it as obvious. It's not obvious for them.

Y'all need to look at this like a Fox News situation. If Putin goes down tomorrow, he'll be replaced by some asshat who pushes just the same crap. This is by design. The entire system has been designed for exactly this type of *censored*. They know there will be protests, they don't care, and they'll ride it out. Russia is gonna Russia.

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General Comments / Re: The Jan 6 Commission
« on: October 14, 2022, 12:34:45 PM »
Lol.

After everything Trump has put out there about his political and other opponents, we find one time someone said they'd like to punch him in the face.

Good God. Is there anyone out there who wouldn't like to punch Trump? Either he's the devil or he didn't go far enough with "the plan."

Almost everyone alive wants to punch Trump. We all need to calm down.

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Yeah, yeah. I'm sure there was some squirrelly loophole the US used to make it look like they weren't wrong, but we all know what it was. The entire UN told the US to knock it off, and the US told the UN to go suck their own dick.

As I said. If you have money and/or nuclear weapons, the UN means jack *censored* to you. You get to do whatever you want.

This seems to be a rather over simplified recall of international relations in 2002/2003.  I'd say it ignores the consequences as well.

Funnily enough, I got arrested at age 17 for marching against the Iraq War. Well. I might have been doing more then marching, but you know.

Honesty curious, what international consequences did you see the US taking due to the Iraq war?

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General Comments / Re: Russian War Crimes
« on: October 14, 2022, 11:50:05 AM »
In the bigger sense I get what you're saying, but...how do you track down every Ukrainian kid? They've been spread out through the Russian Federation and as sad as it is, I don't see a way to get them back.

You underestimate mothers and clerks. 

Somewhere, there is a dude who wrote down where these kids went.  Under the assumption that they MIGHT want to be able to give them back one day in return for a washing machine or a crate of Irish whiskey.  If there is not, there is another politician or civil servant or military officer who knows the people who took the kids wherever they went.  They will ask for a list and if the clerk says there isn't one, a gun will be placed against their head and they will be encouraged to remember, very hard, where the children went.  This is the Russian Way.  If it does not achieve 100% return of Ukrainian adults and children, I can rest assured that it will reach 99%, which should be acceptable.

I'm generally cynical, and so I'll stay cynical on this. But your scenario sounds really nice, and from your lips to God's ears, my friend.

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Yeah, yeah. I'm sure there was some squirrelly loophole the US used to make it look like they weren't wrong, but we all know what it was. The entire UN told the US to knock it off, and the US told the UN to go suck their own dick.

As I said. If you have money and/or nuclear weapons, the UN means jack *censored* to you. You get to do whatever you want.

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General Comments / Re: Russian War Crimes
« on: October 14, 2022, 11:21:32 AM »
Thanks to modern technology, we have the means to make it happen, even if the Russians completely destroy the paper trail.

Russia's citizenry is really not going to like what that entails though.

DNA testing for every child living inside Russia's borders. Presumably their parents as well.

In what world are you living in where Russian citizens agree to DNA tests for every child?

One where Russia takes it in the face in a rather big way. if their government has no choice in the matter, there isn't much they can do about it.

C'mon man. This level of subservience would require NATO joining the war and EU troops marching through Red Square. We all hope Ukraine kicks the *censored* out of the Russkies, but that? That is not going to happen.

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General Comments / Re: Russian War Crimes
« on: October 14, 2022, 11:09:48 AM »
In the bigger sense I get what you're saying, but...how do you track down every Ukrainian kid? They've been spread out through the Russian Federation and as sad as it is, I don't see a way to get them back.

Thanks to modern technology, we have the means to make it happen, even if the Russians completely destroy the paper trail.

Russia's citizenry is really not going to like what that entails though.

DNA testing for every child living inside Russia's borders. Presumably their parents as well.

In what world are you living in where Russian citizens agree to DNA tests for every child?

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If I gave you an envelope with a five dollar bill and a UN vote, you'd be five dollars better off.

There is good political value.  Being able to say that the vast majority of the world is with you is important.

Important in which way?

You have money, or you have nuclear weapons , or you have both. In the grand scheme of things, that's all that seems to matter. Recall that the UN was absolutely against the second Iraq war. You saw how much good that did.

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General Comments / Re: Russian War Crimes
« on: October 14, 2022, 10:56:49 AM »
Tens of thousands of citizens, young and ready to be brainwashed? You best believe Russia will cling hard to them.

Not as hard as Ukraine wants them back.   They have no attachment.  Simply another bargaining chip.  They'd give them back for a shipload of new washers and dryers.

In the bigger sense I get what you're saying, but...how do you track down every Ukrainian kid? They've been spread out through the Russian Federation and as sad as it is, I don't see a way to get them back.

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General Comments / Re: Russian War Crimes
« on: October 14, 2022, 10:37:52 AM »
They have a brain drain, and loss of population. They actually really want population numbers. 140 million today, but that number is looking to go down. Turns out Russians are super into condom usage because their country is so *censored* no sane person wants to have a kid there.

Tens of thousands of citizens, young and ready to be brainwashed? You best believe Russia will cling hard to them.

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General Comments / Re: So, how is Uncle Joe working for you?
« on: October 14, 2022, 10:33:11 AM »
You are flailing here with creative accounting.

Sorry.  Math is hard, Barbie.  I won't try to explain it again. 

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Our first third-world President

Who?  Orange Messiah?  That's kinda mean.  I know his mom is from Scotland and it's a *censored*hole, with a GDP per capita about half of Mississippi's, but cumon. 

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He called them out, and you freaked.

I did huh? 

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Contrary to your angst, Germany did not respond negatively but is still lagging;

Read the story you linked.  It says Germany promised to raise it up to 2% by 2031.  Orange Messiah didn't do jack.  Pooter is the one to thank for Germany increasing it's defense spending. It's going up even higher and faster now.  Do you think Uncle Joe is the reason?  Sorry, I know math is hard but reading is fundamental.

Don't do Scotland like that. What did they ever do to you?

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General Comments / Re: Nobody Summons MegaTrump!
« on: October 14, 2022, 10:14:25 AM »
But this will be under oath.  He hates doing that.  If he has to tell the truth he has a problem. And if he does testify under oath, his lawyers, if they stay with him, are going to go crazy.

This guy regularly disregards his lawyers to the point he can't get top notch lawyers anymore. Trump is going to tell someone to hold his beer and is going to do the stupidest thing possible.

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General Comments / Re: Russian War Crimes
« on: October 14, 2022, 10:07:56 AM »
I should probably mention the tens of thousands of children who have been kidnapped, told their parents don't want them, and are currently being raised as good Russian children.

All Ukrainians need to be returned for peace agreement.

In a perfect world, yes. I think we both know that isn't going to happen.

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General Comments / Re: Nobody Summons MegaTrump!
« on: October 14, 2022, 09:50:08 AM »
No way he resists this. In his mind, he's right and has the backing of the angels. His testimony would be a massive publicity stunt. He was upset about Twitter dropping him because he's addicted to being the number one news story. He's going to testify and he's going to make an ass of himself.

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General Comments / Re: Russian War Crimes
« on: October 14, 2022, 09:41:27 AM »
I should probably mention the tens of thousands of children who have been kidnapped, told their parents don't want them, and are currently being raised as good Russian children.

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General Comments / Russian War Crimes
« on: October 14, 2022, 09:36:09 AM »
So I know whataboutism is a thing, and I also know some *censored* went down in Iraq and Afghanistan, and, yes, Guantanamo Bay, that left the US looking less then pristine.

But the *censored* coming out of Ukraine is next level, horrifying stuff. Not up to WW2 Nazi levels, but only because they've not had the time and resources to scale it up. Ideawise? They are absolutely on point. Julia Davis on twitter, follow her, you can watch the propogandists cheering everything happening. How Ukrainians aren't real people.

https://i.redd.it/n78d1bvjnmo91.jpg

A family. Killed, and thrown in a mass grave.

There's another video out there, of a mass grave being filled in. There's a naked dead guy, hands tied behind his back. He tumbles down the slope.

The real horrifying *censored*? One of the "corpse's" head moves when he lands. He was half buried, shot, and just laying there pretending to be dead in the hope he could maybe dig himself out of his own grave.



When the war is over, how should we respond?

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If I gave you an envelope with a five dollar bill and a UN vote, you'd be five dollars better off.

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And I'll say, don't be so quick to blame Millenials.

Their parents grew up in a place where one job could cover the rent/mortgage. I'm young, ish, but at 38 I can see how different the world is today.

If you're twenty, without parents to fall back on, it's a real bad place to be.

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Tankies are the *worst*.

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The issue here is leftists these days have some daydream about how wonderful the USSR was. They've either forgotten or just don't know how *censored* the system was. Capitalism is the least worst option, full of holes but better then the current alternatives.

They see Russia as the successor to the USSR and go full on in defending them.

It's funny, really. What other scenario could come about where you see super lefties and super authoritarian righties (Tucker Carlson,) come together in defense of Vladimir Asshat Putin?

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General Comments / Re: The Book Banning Begins
« on: October 12, 2022, 04:39:29 PM »
Conservatives. That's why. Short answer.

Anyone offended would be best invested in sorting out the people on "your" side.

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General Comments / Re: Alex Jones, scumbag
« on: October 12, 2022, 04:35:56 PM »
Crunch, Cherry, Seriati?

Anyone want to defend this guy? Seems like he's on your side

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Biden has said if Russia uses a tactical nuke every last Russian in Ukraine will be killed, along with the Black Sea fleet. And we can believe him.

As Grant said, it would be less effort then was put into the Iraq War. Either one. In a conventional war, Russia would be erased. They know it, our government knows it, ya'll should know it as well.

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I'm not comfortable saying "good riddance" in response to the murder of career military, even if they're recruiting for evil causes.

Bit late, but when you're actively conscripting unwilling people to go invade a foreign country, and encourage them to rape and massacre civilians, yeah. I'm going to celebrate your death. Sorry, not sorry.

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General Comments / Re: So, how is Uncle Joe working for you?
« on: October 01, 2022, 10:02:05 AM »
Big social media. Facebook, Twitter, Amazon.  Cut them down and let's see what happens.

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General Comments / Re: Election Results
« on: October 01, 2022, 09:50:51 AM »
Based upon evidence in hand, Hunter Biden should be facing charges. He won't, though. Because he's the President's son.

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General Comments / Re: Election Results
« on: October 01, 2022, 09:37:57 AM »
Oh good lord. Please, everyone do themselves a favour and stop defending Hunter Biden.

This guy is an unmitigated piece of *censored*. We've seen the pictures, we've heard the stories. Man likes crack and literal whores. It is what it is. He banged his dead brother's widow ffs.

He's a piece of *censored*, but that's where the Repugs have trapped you. They have you all wildly trying to defend the president as if the actions of his grown ass son, like it means something to what he will do. It's ridiculous.

The Crunches, Cherries, and Lamberts of the world will focus on this. We don't need to. Just ignore it.

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General Comments / Re: So, how is Uncle Joe working for you?
« on: October 01, 2022, 09:05:48 AM »
It's not Biden. It's capitalism. As Churchill said, it's the worst system we have, other then all the rest we've tried. It still has flaws. The US had to tie off some loose ends in the late 19th, early 20th century. It's going to have to do so again.

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General Comments / Re: Who funds the candidates?
« on: October 01, 2022, 01:38:48 AM »
I'm glad you agree dark funding and a lack of voter education is a problem, William. It gives us common ground to build on.

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General Comments / Re: Election Results
« on: September 28, 2022, 04:15:52 PM »
Trump has only the best attorneys. Just look. Look at their records. Undeniable.

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https://euroweeklynews.com/2022/09/26/russian-commander-shot-at-military-enlistment-office-in-ust-ilimsk-russia/


Looking reaaaal good.

Victim died. Good riddance. Protagonist could have gotten more burning down government buildings, but he cared for his "friend" who was enlisted.

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General Comments / Re: Joke, not a joke
« on: September 26, 2022, 04:44:41 PM »
And by being extra careful, I mean finding ways to remove the body or car camera coverage they have. Supreme Court said twenty years ago that it was allowed to reject police officers for too high an IQ. Why would that ever be the case?

It wouldn't be. Can anyone believe there would be any legal basis for only wanting dullard police? Can you imagine the lawsuits to be generated by overly smart victims?

Hey William. Sorry to be late to reply, but this is a very real thing put in place by police stations and allowed by the Supreme Court.

https://www.google.com/amp/s/abcnews.go.com/amp/US/court-oks-barring-high-iqs-cops/story%3fid=95836

Now, I know it's an old story and it's from ABC, so you'll be skeptical. But I've not heard of an overruling of this. And you can easily confirm it on other sources.

The police, or at least some of them, actively do not want high intelligence officers. It's in the record, my friend.

ETA - Don't mean to offend by calling you William, others were doing it but in the setting I can see it might be a little disrespectful. Apologies. Feel free to call me David.

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General Comments / Re: Alex Jones, scumbag
« on: September 26, 2022, 04:37:29 PM »
Jesus, if this is an actual unbiased moderate and neutral jury, this guy is screwed.

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General Comments / Re: coronavirus
« on: September 26, 2022, 04:35:09 PM »
I feel the pandemic is over in that the people who were really vulnerable, to this completely new disease, died early, and now there's a vaccine the people who aren't particularly vulnerable but still get sick, if they die, it's their own fault.

At this point it's the flu. It wasn't when it started, it was killing a whole lot of people, but now it isn't. And just like the flu it'll evolve a little year to year and then it's time for a booster.

That's not to say it can't turn deadly again. Every so often influenza takes a left turn in it's mutations and kills a whole lot of us.

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General Comments / Re: Guns
« on: September 26, 2022, 04:30:13 PM »
It's why I consider the idea of the army holding control over the US to be so extreme. We all laugh at the idea of Russia holding control over Ukraine with it's 40 million odd residents. The US is the size of a literal continent and has hundreds of millions of residents. The needed size for an occcupation army alone is laughable, you think the people themselves would put up with it? Molotovs for every government office, which I will note is becoming more commenplace in Russian "recruitment" offices these days.

The Founders were concerned about a small community of citizens who could protect themselves from either local elements trying to seize power in small lots, or outside agents coming in to steal power or treasure. We are no longer a small community, but Lincoln accepted a war to prevent the dissolution of the Union which could protect itself, because local issues solved by military force is not a solution we wanted to endorse.

Biden said: "...if you want to fight against the country, you need an F-15. You need something a little more than a gun." That is why there are armories all over the country to provide those modern heavy-duty weapon systems that local citizens wouldn't have. Given the millions of arms in the hands of the public, it would be foolish for any outsiders to believe they could just walk in easily.

I get what you're saying here, but to operate an F-35 or even modern artillery without killing yourself requires more then Joe Six Pack storming the local base with his buddies. You can remove that equipment from use of the other side, certainly, but it's unlikely anyone is going to be able to use it. In that scenario, best to blow it up and move on to the next base.

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General Comments / Re: Joke, not a joke
« on: September 24, 2022, 05:26:48 PM »
I am who I am. You're arguing it? So bestily in your attention.

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General Comments / Re: Joke, not a joke
« on: September 24, 2022, 04:55:20 PM »
And by being extra careful, I mean finding ways to remove the body or car camera coverage they have. Supreme Court said twenty years ago that it was allowed to reject police officers for too high an IQ. Why would that ever be the case?

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