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Old 08-09-2014, 09:51 AM   #126
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I agree with some of Gaff's views that our government is corrupt. What's strange is Gaff's knee-jerk reaction to align himself with Russia just because they are the US foe. Russia is more corrupt and less transparent than most of the world.

Map makes sense in that Europe, ME, Africa, Mexico, and South America have been in the crapper for decades.
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Old 08-09-2014, 12:42 PM   #127
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Map makes sense in that Europe, ME, Africa, Mexico, and South America have been in the crapper for decades.
not sure whether to laugh at you or feel sorry for you.

*its obvious you don't know where Europe is on a map. Here's a hint it's the same color as the U.S.
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Old 08-09-2014, 12:47 PM   #128
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not sure whether to laugh at you or feel sorry for you.

*its obvious you don't know where Europe is on a map. Here's a hint it's the same color as the U.S.
It was another Barry wtf moment.

Does he understand what that map represents?
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Old 08-10-2014, 12:53 PM   #129
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Was Putin Targeted for Mid-Air Assassination?

Official Washington’s conventional wisdom on the Malaysia Airlines shoot-down blames Russian President Putin, but some U.S. intelligence analysts think Putin, whose plane was flying nearby, may have been the target of Ukrainian hardliners who hit the wrong plane.

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August 10, 2014 "ICH" - "Consortium News"

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Old 08-10-2014, 12:55 PM   #130
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I understand Putin is looking for bodyguards, der gaffen-fuehrer.

Do us all a favor and take one protecting him. You can also blow him.
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Old 08-10-2014, 03:21 PM   #131
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Gee....I wonder why Gaff hasn't linked the article about the Russian bombers penetrating our airspace 16 times in 10 days.

And Gaff....I don't mind if he was targeted for assassination. If that's supposed to trouble me, you guessed wrong. The Russian bear is barking up the wrong tree. He should **** off. If he doesn't like it, he can get choked to death economically even more than he is now. Dude wants to keep chasing our jets into other countries from international space and trying to down them, we can fire upon his natural gas pipelines should a single jet be downed.
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Old 08-10-2014, 07:51 PM   #132
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not sure whether to laugh at you or feel sorry for you.

*its obvious you don't know where Europe is on a map. Here's a hint it's the same color as the U.S.
I know the websites you visit don't let you on the news, but most of Europe has had double digit unemployment for years and that was what was on my mind in that regard, not to mention tje other parts of the world. That being news to you is what is sad, but not surprising.
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Old 08-10-2014, 08:38 PM   #133
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I know the websites you visit don't let you on the news, but most of Europe has had double digit unemployment for years and that was what was on my mind in that regard, not to mention tje other parts of the world. That being news to you is what is sad, but not surprising.
Europe has not had "double digit unemployment for years".
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I know the websites you visit don't let you on the news, but most of Europe has had double digit unemployment for years and that was what was on my mind in that regard, not to mention tje other parts of the world. That being news to you is what is sad, but not surprising.
That's one of your lamest attempts to cover your a$$ and by doing so, you flashed it again.

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Old 08-12-2014, 06:38 PM   #136
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US Sanctions on Russia May Sink the Dollar

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The US government's decision to apply more sanctions on Russia is a grave mistake and will only escalate an already tense situation, ultimately harming the US economy itself. While the effect of sanctions on the dollar may not be appreciated in the short term, in the long run these sanctions are just another step toward the dollar's eventual demise as the world's reserve currency.

Not only is the US sanctioning Russian banks and companies, but it also is trying to strong-arm European banks into enacting harsh sanctions against Russia as well. Given the amount of business that European banks do with Russia, European sanctions could hurt Europe at least as much as Russia. At the same time the US expects cooperation from European banks, it is also prosecuting those same banks and fining them billions of dollars for violating existing US sanctions. It is not difficult to imagine that European banks will increasingly become fed up with having to act as the US government's unpaid policemen, while having to pay billions of dollars in fines every time they engage in business that Washington doesn't like.

European banks are already cutting ties with American citizens and businesses due to the stringent compliance required by recently-passed laws such as FATCA (Foreign Account Tax Compliance Act). In the IRS's quest to suck in as much tax dollars as possible from around the world, the agency has made Americans into the pariahs of the international financial system.

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Old 08-12-2014, 07:29 PM   #137
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Ron seems to be missing the point. Putin is a gangster and a KGB thug who is invading, and seizing the territory of, another country. History shows that's it's a bad idea to ignore that kind of behavior.
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Old 08-13-2014, 02:25 PM   #138
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Ron seems to be missing the point. Putin is a gangster and a KGB thug who is invading, and seizing the territory of, another country. History shows that's it's a bad idea to ignore that kind of behavior.
Call him what you will. Putin stepped up two years when he helped work out a compromise regarding Iran's nuclear program - which may have averted a US-Israeli attack, and a much wider war.

Putin did it again a year ago -- when he stepped up and prevented Obama from intervening in the Syrian conflict. That would have ultimately committed US forces to fighting alongside ISIS. What a disaster that would have been. You should be thankful.

We now know the so called chemical attack was a false flag operation. Assad had nothing to do with it - he was set up by Turkey, a US ally. The US might also have been directly involved.

We now also know that the Russians and pro Russian separatists had nothing to do with the recent downing of MH-17 in Ukraine. It was undoubtedly shot down by the Kiev government -- another false flag - and may have been an attempt to assassinate Putin. If so, it was an incendiary and extremely dangerous act of war, one that the US likely approved.

Given your stupid posts, I suppose you would love to be rid of Putin. If that happened, there would be no world leader to prevent the present slide toward WW III. We would soon descend into chaos.

Putin is in the cross hairs for a variety of reasons -- but mainly because he is the only world leader standing up to US domination/looting of the planet.

You should be raving about the total corruption and criminality of our own so called leadership. Next to our own sociopaths Putin looks like the real thing. A genuine leader. Call him what you will. MHG

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Old 08-13-2014, 02:40 PM   #139
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Call him what you will. Putin stepped up two years when he helped work out a compromise regarding Iran's nuclear program - which may have averted a US-Israeli attack, and a much wider war.

Putin did it again a year ago -- when he stepped up and prevented Obama from intervening in the Syrian conflict. That would have ultimately committed US forces to fighting alongside ISIS. What a disaster that would have been. You should be thankful.

We now know the so called chemical attack was a false flag operation. Assad had nothing to do with it - he was set up by Turkey, a US ally. The US might also have been directly involved.

We now also know that the Russians and pro Russian separatists had nothing to do with the recent downing of MH-17 in Ukraine. It was undoubtedly shot down by the Kiev government -- another false flag - and may have been an attempt to assassinate Putin. If so, it was an incendiary and extremely dangerous act of war, one that the US likely approved.

Given your stupid posts, I suppose you would love to be rid of Putin. If that happened, there would be no world leader to prevent the present slide toward WW III. We would soon descend into chaos.

Putin is in the cross hairs for a variety of reasons -- but mainly because he is the only world leader standing up to US domination/looting of the planet.

You should be raving about the total corruption and criminality of our own so called leadership. Next to our own sociopaths Putin looks like the real thing. A genuine leader. Call him what you will. MHG
You're the most deluded person I've ever heard of.
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That's one of your lamest attempts to cover your a$$ and by doing so, you flashed it again.
I think he thinks Europe is a country! Lol!
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Old 08-13-2014, 03:35 PM   #141
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You're the most deluded person I've ever heard of.
You need to read more widely. MHG

AUGUST 12, 2014

The Latest in the New Cold War
My Money’s on Putin


by MIKE WHITNEY

“History shows that the United States has benefited politically and economically from wars in Europe. The huge outflow of capital from Europe following the First and Second World Wars, transformed the U.S. into a superpower … Today, faced with economic decline, the US is trying to precipitate another European war to achieve the same objective.”

– Sergey Glazyev, Russian politician and economist

“The discovery of the world’s largest, known gas reserves in the Persian Gulf, shared by Qatar and Iran, and new assessments which found 70 percent more gas in the Levantine in 2007, are key to understanding the dynamics of the conflicts we see today. After a completion of the PARS pipeline, from Iran, through Iraq and Syria to the Eastern Mediterranean coast, the European Union would receive more than an estimated 45 percent of the gas it consumes over the next 100 – 120 years from Russian and Iranian sources. Under non-conflict circumstances, this would warrant an increased integration of the European, Russian and Iranian energy sectors and national economies.”

– Christof Lehmann, Interview with Route Magazine

http://www.counterpunch.org/2014/08/...neys-on-putin/
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Old 08-13-2014, 03:39 PM   #142
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BRICS establish $100bn bank and currency pool to cut out Western dominance
Published time: July 15, 2014 18:14
Edited time: July 16, 2014 12:54 Get short URL

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More Putin propaganda posted by his Mane poodle, Gaffney.
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I think he thinks Europe is a country! Lol!
He's a student of Palin's school of geography.
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Another day, another swallowing of a big load of Putin propaganda by his bukkake boy here on the OM, der gaffen-fuehrer.
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AUGUST 12, 2014

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My Money’s on Putin


by MIKE WHITNEY

“History shows that the United States has benefited politically and economically from wars in Europe. The huge outflow of capital from Europe following the First and Second World Wars, transformed the U.S. into a superpower … Today, faced with economic decline, the US is trying to precipitate another European war to achieve the same objective.”

– Sergey Glazyev, Russian politician and economist

“The discovery of the world’s largest, known gas reserves in the Persian Gulf, shared by Qatar and Iran, and new assessments which found 70 percent more gas in the Levantine in 2007, are key to understanding the dynamics of the conflicts we see today. After a completion of the PARS pipeline, from Iran, through Iraq and Syria to the Eastern Mediterranean coast, the European Union would receive more than an estimated 45 percent of the gas it consumes over the next 100 – 120 years from Russian and Iranian sources. Under non-conflict circumstances, this would warrant an increased integration of the European, Russian and Iranian energy sectors and national economies.”

– Christof Lehmann, Interview with Route Magazine

http://www.counterpunch.org/2014/08/...neys-on-putin/
"Don't mind us, ISIS. We're just building a pipeline through your area."
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Old 08-14-2014, 12:21 PM   #147
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"Don't mind us, ISIS. We're just building a pipeline through your area." :rofl:
Are you trying to be humorous?

Some things are funny, some are not. This is not.

You can thank Putin for blocking Obama's attempt to intervene in Syria a year ago. Things are bad enough as they are. That would have been worse.

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Are you trying to be humorous?

Some things are funny, some are not. This is not.

You can thank Putin for blocking Obama's attempt to intervene in Syria a year ago. Things are bad enough as they are. That would have been worse.

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It was self interest, nothing more. Putin was trying to save his one ME client state and access to their Eastern Mediterranean naval base.

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Russia has been Syria's biggest arms supplier, signing a contract to deliver the S300 air defence system. Some components of this advanced defensive shield are understood to have been delivered, although whether Russia has supplied everything is unclear.

In recent weeks, the Russian navy has also sent three warships to the eastern Mediterranean, near the Syrian coast, where it maintains a base at the port of Tartous.
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Russian invasion continues. This time as the red cross. These ****ers are relentless. My gut says that a few of these white vehicles get blown up by the russian's themselves thus trying to justify the invasion that has already taken place. Europe and the rest of the world better wake wake up. http://www.bbc.com/news/world-europe-28792966
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