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    Re: Americans Increasingly See Russia as Threat, Top U.S. Enemy

    Quote Originally Posted by face, your View Post
    And by this you mean "allow Russian imperialistic expansionism through aggressive wars of conquest go unchecked."
    There's nothing you can do about Russia. Sit this out.
    Killing one person is murder, killing 100,000 is foreign policy

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    Re: Americans Increasingly See Russia as Threat, Top U.S. Enemy

    Quote Originally Posted by Montecresto View Post
    We'll now, that has never been documented, we'll likely never know the toll of the British empires imperialisation of 3/4 of this planet. Dead people don't talk. I'm really unmoved by your blind support of hypocritical policy other than to say, your days coming, no one stays on top for ever.
    Care to provide a single example where the British engaged in industrialized mass murder of civilians the way that Hitler, Stalin, or Mao did? Thought not.

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    Re: Americans Increasingly See Russia as Threat, Top U.S. Enemy

    Quote Originally Posted by Montecresto View Post
    Nobody killed 200,000 people during WW2 as swiftly as the us did, nobody. And I should have said Truman.
    The bombings of Hiroshima and Nagasaki saved exponentially more lives than they took, not just in terms of the amount of American and Japanese lives saved by negating a need for an invasion but by the cost in lives that conventional bombing of the Japanese home islands was taking, and tens of thousands of lives that were lost monthly by the effects of the war; such as, starvation and disease due to shortages, blockades, and disruption in trade.

    Furthermore; Hiroshima and Nagasaki were a drop in the bucket compared to the atrocities of the Japanese perpetrated across Asia and the Pacific, the flag of the rising sun is seen throughout the Pacific and Asia as the Swastika is seen in the West.

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    Re: Americans Increasingly See Russia as Threat, Top U.S. Enemy

    Quote Originally Posted by Montecresto View Post
    There's nothing you can do about Russia. Sit this out.
    No we can continue and increase the sanctions and provide military aid to the government of the Ukraine.

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    Re: Americans Increasingly See Russia as Threat, Top U.S. Enemy

    Quote Originally Posted by Montecresto View Post
    Again, instigating the break-up of Yugoslavia precipitated the violence that followed.
    The temptation for fighting for freedom and away from Yugoslavia was always there. You think the experience of living under Serbia since the Ottoman's left was a great one? Have a look at the period since late 19th century all the way to the liberation in 1999 and you will see that the difference of the blood and gore from Serbian cleansing of 1999 and the one that started a century again is that the 1999 cleansing was telivised. That is it, that is all the difference there was for us natives of Dardania.

    They just made the much deserved liberation that we yearned for centuries an available option. So again, that is very nice of them.

    Quote Originally Posted by Montecresto View Post
    So you can blame that on Russia all you want, but as you can see, Russia's pushing back, Putin has drawn his line.
    Russia now has to push back. Everyone is fed up from its brutal, medieval hegemony!
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    Stats come out and always show life getting better. News makes money in making you think its not.
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    Re: Americans Increasingly See Russia as Threat, Top U.S. Enemy

    Quote Originally Posted by Montecresto View Post
    I've already corrected you on that. Believe as you wish.
    Flogger is right, and you are wrong.

    If you really live in USA as you claim then since I live here what I say should be more credible than your opinoin.
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    Re: Americans Increasingly See Russia as Threat, Top U.S. Enemy

    Quote Originally Posted by Sherman123 View Post
    Conspiratorial dribble from a Greek conspiracy theorist. Shocking.
    Greece? Is he not from Serbia, or some other pro-Russian country or so?
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    Re: Americans Increasingly See Russia as Threat, Top U.S. Enemy

    Quote Originally Posted by face, your View Post
    Hitler.

    Hirohito.

    Stalin.

    Ho Chi Minh

    Mao.

    Khomeni.

    Saddam

    Assad.

    Qaddafi.

    Putin.

    Mass murdering genocidal maniacs one and all.
    Let us not forget Milosevic also now?
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    Re: Americans Increasingly See Russia as Threat, Top U.S. Enemy

    Quote Originally Posted by face, your View Post
    Well that and they were responsible for a combined death toll of over 500 million but hay what's a little apologetics for Hitler, Stalin, and Mao when you can bash the liberal democratic United States, how is it that your anti-Americanism is so virulent that you find yourself in the same corner as Hitler. Simply amazing.
    It is so amazing that I cannot believe he is an American. What? Anyone can claim to be from another country!
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    Re: Americans Increasingly See Russia as Threat, Top U.S. Enemy

    Quote Originally Posted by Higgins86 View Post
    Particularly loaning an unstable Argentine government Military jets.... The guys needs to learn some hard truths and these " sanctions" are not working. Putin tested the water back in 2008 with Georgia and now he is laughing in Nato's face.
    What has astounded me since, is how the media and political elites in many EU countries almost totally ignored the implications of Putin and Georgia for Syria, Ukraine and the EU members bordering Russia.

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