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Putin laughs about NATO's anti-missile system

Putin laughs about NATO's anti-missile system

(0:31) Russian President Vladimir Putin laughed in the face of a journalist who suggested that NATO's anti-missile system was a defence against Iran, rather than Russia.

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Guest: Skinny (1518 days ago)
Would Putin have laughed as hard if he was asked about all the unsolved Russian investigative journalists murders? cpj.org
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Would Putin have laughed as hard if he was asked about all the unsolved Russian investigative journalists murders? cpj.org
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Guest: Ted (1518 days ago)
He's right though isn't he - can anyone believe the US?
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He's right though isn't he - can anyone believe the US?
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Guest: (1518 days ago)
Sure, Russians never wondered why all wars and all wrongs keep popping up at their borders and someone from exactly opposite side of planet always need to intervene there and free the territorry.
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Sure, Russians never wondered why all wars and all wrongs keep popping up at their borders and someone from exactly opposite side of planet always need to intervene there and free the territorry.
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Guest: Stanley Marsh (1518 days ago)
When you're a country as massive as Russia you have alot of border with alot of adjacent countries. And that "someone" you speak of tends to create more problems than solve them and ONLY intervenes when it affects their interests. (Didn't see many gum-chewing GIs on the ground when up to a million people were slaughtered in Rawanda) And of course which side they intervene on can change like the wind
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When you're a country as massive as Russia you have alot of border with alot of adjacent countries. And that "someone" you speak of tends to create more problems than solve them and ONLY intervenes when it affects their interests. (Didn't see many gum-chewing GIs on the ground when up to a million people were slaughtered in Rawanda) And of course which side they intervene on can change like the wind
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Guest: Skinny American (1517 days ago)
Whatever country you're from knew and didn't do anything to stop the genocide, either. The whole world knew and did nothing.
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Whatever country you're from knew and didn't do anything to stop the genocide, either. The whole world knew and did nothing.
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Guest: Stanley Marsh (1516 days ago)
My country is Ireland and given our size and resources I think you'll find that we have a remarkable record of sending what little troops we have into some of the most dangerous conflicts in the world (E.g. Congo, Lebanon, Balkans) under the UN flag. What we don't do is pick and choose which troubled spots we go to based on whether they have oil or not or whether they might destabilize a region with oil. Obama said it all a few weeks ago when in relation to Syria he said that the US would do whatever was necessary to secure US interests in the region which is fine. But don't turn around then and try to make out that the US is some kind of benevolent policeman going around sorting out all the woes of the world when the reality is the USA is interested in the USA and nothing more.
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My country is Ireland and given our size and resources I think you'll find that we have a remarkable record of sending what little troops we have into some of the most dangerous conflicts in the world (E.g. Congo, Lebanon, Balkans) under the UN flag. What we don't do is pick and choose which troubled spots we go to based on whether they have oil or not or whether they might destabilize a region with oil. Obama said it all a few weeks ago when in relation to Syria he said that the US would do whatever was necessary to secure US interests in the region which is fine. But don't turn around then and try to make out that the US is some kind of benevolent policeman going around sorting out all the woes of the world when the reality is the USA is interested in the USA and nothing more.
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TheBob TheBob (1516 days ago)
Well said
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Well said
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Guest: Glass Houses (1511 days ago)
Latest comment: Yes, remarkable how you managed to avoid sending troops in the 2nd world war.
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Latest comment: Yes, remarkable how you managed to avoid sending troops in the 2nd world war.
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Guest: NC/DK (1517 days ago)
Scary m.f. - isn't he..?
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Scary m.f. - isn't he..?
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LogicIsPower LogicIsPower (1516 days ago)
Yeah, Ex-KGB, he spent the 80's in East Germany, then was promoted. . yeah scary.
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Yeah, Ex-KGB, he spent the 80's in East Germany, then was promoted. . yeah scary.
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