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Guest: (733 days ago)

Right. ..."at peacefull demonstrators" financed by the US under the Gene Sharp's doctrine of peaceful revolutions..

Today its not who fired the first shot, but who started interfering in other sovereign nation's politics in attempts to break the balance and make billions on subsequent arms supplies to all sides

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Right. ..."at peacefull demonstrators" financed by the US under the Gene Sharp's doctrine of peaceful revolutions..

Today its not who fired the first shot, but who started interfering in other sovereign nation's politics in attempts to break the balance and make billions on subsequent arms supplies to all sides

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Guest: one more time (733 days ago)

That would be, let's see, the Romans? Or Xerxes? Mohammed? Give me a hint here, I don't know how far back you want to take it.

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That would be, let's see, the Romans? Or Xerxes? Mohammed? Give me a hint here, I don't know how far back you want to take it.

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Guest: (732 days ago)

That would be the US with some assistance from Saudis. No need to go back since peaceful protests were not known back then (except for Jesus) On the contrary, it was pretty clear who started the war in the Middle Ages.

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That would be the US with some assistance from Saudis. No need to go back since peaceful protests were not known back then (except for Jesus) On the contrary, it was pretty clear who started the war in the Middle Ages.

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Guest: one more time (732 days ago)

I do find it amazing that this US lobby is so powerful. Nobody else in the world, it seems, is responsible for their own actions to the slightest degree. They are all pawns under the control of the US armaments industry. Even the potus, I presume. And you are the only one who is able to see the truth! Amazing.

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I do find it amazing that this US lobby is so powerful. Nobody else in the world, it seems, is responsible for their own actions to the slightest degree. They are all pawns under the control of the US armaments industry. Even the potus, I presume. And you are the only one who is able to see the truth! Amazing.

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What a ******* reply. You must be a real ******* in real life to spout such arrogant brain dead bullshit.

Every empire has advanced the methods of mass control that have made it an empire. The US isn't simply an economic/military power, its an intelligence and political subversion power. And being the only nation on earth that can actually get away with printing its own currency (by exporting inflation via the reserve status of the dollar) has virtually limitless resources to plow into intelligence gathering and subversion. And has even been caught doing it on a number of occasions.

Then again the US is essentially a nation builder, so it makes sense for them to keep control over their creations.

Of cause denigrating other peoples views due to the fact that you're too brain dead and arrogant to actually understand the world you live in isn't going to prevent people from noticing that you've defaulted to regurgitating propaganda slogans yourself. Therefore you shouldn't be suppressed when people notice the lack of original thought you bring to 'discussions' and hold you to account for it. After all you're simply defending your indoctrination whilst trying to attain attention.

Like a ******* child.

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What a ******* reply. You must be a real ******* in real life to spout such arrogant brain dead bullshit.

Every empire has advanced the methods of mass control that have made it an empire. The US isn't simply an economic/military power, its an intelligence and political subversion power. And being the only nation on earth that can actually get away with printing its own currency (by exporting inflation via the reserve status of the dollar) has virtually limitless resources to plow into intelligence gathering and subversion. And has even been caught doing it on a number of occasions.

Then again the US is essentially a nation builder, so it makes sense for them to keep control over their creations.

Of cause denigrating other peoples views due to the fact that you're too brain dead and arrogant to actually understand the world you live in isn't going to prevent people from noticing that you've defaulted to regurgitating propaganda slogans yourself. Therefore you shouldn't be suppressed when people notice the lack of original thought you bring to 'discussions' and hold you to account for it. After all you're simply defending your indoctrination whilst trying to attain attention.

Like a ******* child.

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Jealousy I hear...
The much lesser responsibility is on those who accept the US bribe in the beginning of a conflict, hoping to avoid its destructive consequences. They all live in London and US now, where chauvinistic feelings are rapidly growing, which I think is logical and funny.

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Jealousy I hear...
The much lesser responsibility is on those who accept the US bribe in the beginning of a conflict, hoping to avoid its destructive consequences. They all live in London and US now, where chauvinistic feelings are rapidly growing, which I think is logical and funny.

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Guest: Dafuuuuuuuuuuuq (730 days ago)

Well Isis could not have formed under Saddam....

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Well Isis could not have formed under Saddam....

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