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Posted 24 August 2017 - 08:24 PM

What if Putin is Telling the Truth?
Column: Society
Region: Russia in the World

On April 26 Russia’s main national TV station, Rossiya 1, featured President Vladimir Putin in a documentary to the Russian people on the events of the recent period including the annexation of Crimea, the US coup d’etat in Ukraine, and the general state of relations with the United States and the EU. His words were frank. And in the middle of his remarks the Russian former KGB chief dropped a political bombshell that was known by Russian intelligence two decades ago.
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Putin stated bluntly that in his view the West would only be content in having a Russia weak, suffering and begging from the West, something clearly the Russian character is not disposed to. Then a short way into his remarks, the Russian President stated for the first time publicly something that Russian intelligence has known for almost two decades but kept silent until now, most probably in hopes of an era of better normalized Russia-US relations.
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Putin stated that the terror in Chechnya and in the Russian Caucasus in the early 1990’s was actively backed by the CIA and western Intelligence services to deliberately weaken Russia. He noted that the Russian FSB foreign intelligence had documentation of the US covert role without giving details.
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What Putin, an intelligence professional of the highest order, only hinted at in his remarks, I have documented in detail from non-Russian sources. The report has enormous implications to reveal to the world the long-standing hidden agenda of influential circles in Washington to destroy Russia as a functioning sovereign state, an agenda which includes the neo-nazi coup d’etat in Ukraine and severe financial sanction warfare against Moscow. The following is drawn on my book, “The Lost Hegemon” to be published soon…
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CIA’s Chechen Wars
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Not long after the CIA and Saudi Intelligence-financed Mujahideen had devastated Afghanistan at the end of the 1980’s, forcing the exit of the Soviet Army in 1989, and the dissolution of the Soviet Union itself some months later, the CIA began to look at possible places in the collapsing Soviet Union where their trained “Afghan Arabs” could be redeployed to further destabilize Russian influence over the post-Soviet Eurasian space.
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They were called Afghan Arabs because they had been recruited from ultraconservative Wahhabite Sunni Muslims from Saudi Arabia, the Arab Emirates, Kuwait, and elsewhere in the Arab world where the ultra-strict Wahhabite Islam was practiced. They were brought to Afghanistan in the early 1980’s by a Saudi CIA recruit who had been sent to Afghanistan named Osama bin Laden.
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With the former Soviet Union in total chaos and disarray, George H.W. Bush’s Administration decided to “kick ‘em when they’re down,” a sad error. Washington redeployed their Afghan veteran terrorists to bring chaos and destabilize all of Central Asia, even into the Russian Federation itself, then in a deep and traumatic crisis during the economic collapse of the Yeltsin era.
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In the early 1990s, Dick Cheney’s company, Halliburton, had surveyed the offshore oil potentials of Azerbaijan, Kazakhstan, and the entire Caspian Sea Basin. They estimated the region to be “another Saudi Arabia” worth several trillion dollars on today’s market. The US and UK were determined to keep that oil bonanza from Russian control by all means. The first target of Washington was to stage a coup in Azerbaijan against elected president Abulfaz Elchibey to install a President more friendly to a US-controlled Baku–Tbilisi–Ceyhan (BTC) oil pipeline, “the world’s most political pipeline,” bringing Baku oil from Azerbaijan through Georgia to Turkey and the Mediterranean.
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At that time, the only existing oil pipeline from Baku was a Soviet era Russian pipeline that ran through the Chechen capital, Grozny, taking Baku oil north via Russia’s Dagestan province, and across Chechenya to the Black Sea Russian port of Novorossiysk. The pipeline was the only competition and major obstacle to the very costly alternative route of Washington and the British and US oil majors.
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President Bush Sr. gave his old friends at CIA the mandate to destroy that Russian Chechen pipeline and create such chaos in the Caucasus that no Western or Russian company would consider using the Grozny Russian oil pipeline.
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Graham E. Fuller, an old colleague of Bush and former Deputy Director of the CIA National Council on Intelligence had been a key architect of the CIA Mujahideen strategy. Fuller described the CIA strategy in the Caucasus in the early 1990s: “The policy of guiding the evolution of Islam and of helping them against our adversaries worked marvelously well in Afghanistan against the Red Army. The same doctrines can still be used to destabilize what remains of Russian power.”
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The CIA used a dirty tricks veteran, General Richard Secord, for the operation. Secord created a CIA front company, MEGA Oil. Secord had been convicted in the 1980s for his central role in the CIA’s Iran-Contra illegal arms and drugs operations.
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In 1991 Secord, former Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defense, landed in Baku and set up the CIA front company, MEGA Oil. He was a veteran of the CIA covert opium operations in Laos during the Vietnam War. In Azerbaijan, he setup an airline to secretly fly hundreds of bin Laden’s al-Qaeda Mujahideen from Afghanistan into Azerbaijan. By 1993, MEGA Oil had recruited and armed 2,000 Mujahideen, converting Baku into a base for Caucasus-wide Mujahideen terrorist operations.
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General Secord’s covert Mujahideen operation in the Caucasus initiated the military coup that toppled elected president Abulfaz Elchibey that year and installed Heydar Aliyev, a more pliable US puppet. A secret Turkish intelligence report leaked to the Sunday Times of London confirmed that “two petrol giants, BP and Amoco, British and American respectively, which together form the AIOC (Azerbaijan International Oil Consortium), are behind the coup d’état.”
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Saudi Intelligence head, Turki al-Faisal, arranged that his agent, Osama bin Laden, whom he had sent to Afghanistan at the start of the Afghan war in the early 1980s, would use his Afghan organization Maktab al-Khidamat (MAK) to recruit “Afghan Arabs” for what was rapidly becoming a global Jihad. Bin Laden’s mercenaries were used as shock troops by the Pentagon and CIA to coordinate and support Muslim offensives not only Azerbaijan but also in Chechnya and, later, Bosnia.
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Bin Laden brought in another Saudi, Ibn al-Khattab, to become Commander, or Emir of Jihadist Mujahideen in Chechnya (sic!) together with Chechen warlord Shamil Basayev. No matter that Ibn al-Khattab was a Saudi Arab who spoke barely a word of Chechen, let alone, Russian. He knew what Russian soldiers looked like and how to kill them.
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Chechnya then was traditionally a predominantly Sufi society, a mild apolitical branch of Islam. Yet the increasing infiltration of the well-financed and well-trained US-sponsored Mujahideen terrorists preaching Jihad or Holy War against Russians transformed the initially reformist Chechen resistance movement. They spread al-Qaeda’s hardline Islamist ideology across the Caucasus. Under Secord’s guidance, Mujahideen terrorist operations had also quickly extended into neighboring Dagestan and Chechnya, turning Baku into a shipping point for Afghan heroin to the Chechen mafia.
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From the mid-1990s, bin Laden paid Chechen guerrilla leaders Shamil Basayev and Omar ibn al-Khattab the handsome sum of several million dollars per month, a King’s fortune in economically desolate Chechnya in the 1990s, enabling them to sideline the moderate Chechen majority.21 US intelligence remained deeply involved in the Chechen conflict until the end of the 1990s. According to Yossef Bodansky, then Director of the US Congressional Task Force on Terrorism and Unconventional Warfare, Washington was actively involved in “yet another anti-Russian jihad, seeking to support and empower the most virulent anti-Western Islamist forces.”
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Bodansky revealed the entire CIA Caucasus strategy in detail in his report, stating that US Government officials participated in,
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    “a formal meeting in Azerbaijan in December 1999 in which specific programs for the training and equipping of Mujahideen from the Caucasus, Central/South Asia and the Arab world were discussed and agreed upon, culminating in Washington’s tacit encouragement of both Muslim allies (mainly Turkey, Jordan and Saudi Arabia) and US ‘private security companies’. . . to assist the Chechens and their Islamist allies to surge in the spring of 2000 and sustain the ensuing Jihad for a long time…Islamist Jihad in the Caucasus as a way to deprive Russia of a viable pipeline route through spiraling violence and terrorism.”
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The most intense phase of the Chechen wars wound down in 2000 only after heavy Russian military action defeated the Islamists. It was a pyrrhic victory, costing a massive toll in human life and destruction of entire cities. The exact death toll from the CIA-instigated Chechen conflict is unknown. Unofficial estimates ranged from 25,000 to 50,000 dead or missing, mostly civilians. Russian casualties were near 11,000 according to the Committee of Soldiers’ Mothers.
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The Anglo-American oil majors and the CIA’s operatives were happy. They had what they wanted: their Baku–Tbilisi–Ceyhan oil pipeline, bypassing Russia’s Grozny pipeline.
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The Chechen Jihadists, under the Islamic command of Shamil Basayev, continued guerrilla attacks in and outside Chechnya. The CIA had refocused into the Caucasus.
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Basayev’s Saudi Connection
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Basayev was a key part of the CIA’s Global Jihad. In 1992, he met Saudi terrorist Ibn al-Khattag in Azerbaijan. From Azerbaijan, Ibn al-Khattab brought Basayev to Afghanistan to meet al-Khattab’s ally, fellow-Saudi Osama bin Laden. Ibn al-Khattab’s role was to recruit Chechen Muslims willing to wage Jihad against Russian forces in Chechnya on behalf of the covert CIA strategy of destabilizing post-Soviet Russia and securing British-US control over Caspian energy.

Once back in Chechnya, Basayev and al-Khattab created the International Islamic Brigade (IIB) with Saudi Intelligence money, approved by the CIA and coordinated through the liaison of Saudi Washington Ambassador and Bush family intimate Prince Bandar bin Sultan. Bandar, Saudi Washington Ambassador for more than two decades, was so intimate with the Bush family that George W. Bush referred to the playboy Saudi Ambassador as “Bandar Bush,” a kind of honorary family member.
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Basayev and al-Khattab imported fighters from the Saudi fanatical Wahhabite strain of Sunni Islam into Chechnya. Ibn al-Khattab commanded what were called the “Arab Mujahideen in Chechnya,” his own private army of Arabs, Turks, and other foreign fighters. He was also commissioned to set up paramilitary training camps in the Caucasus Mountains of Chechnya that trained Chechens and Muslims from the North Caucasian Russian republics and from Central Asia.
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The Saudi and CIA-financed Islamic International Brigade was responsible not only for terror in Chechnya. They carried out the October 2002 Moscow Dubrovka Theatre hostage seizure and the gruesome September 2004 Beslan school massacre. In 2010, the UN Security Council published the following report on al-Khattab and Basayev’s International Islamic Brigade:
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    Islamic International Brigade (IIB) was listed on 4 March 2003. . . as being associated with Al-Qaida, Usama bin Laden or the Taliban for “participating in the financing, planning, facilitating, preparing or perpetrating of acts or activities by, in conjunction with, under the name of, on behalf or in support of” Al-Qaida. . . The Islamic International Brigade (IIB) was founded and led by Shamil Salmanovich Basayev (deceased) and is linked to the Riyadus-Salikhin Reconnaissance and Sabotage Battalion of Chechen Martyrs (RSRSBCM). . . and the Special Purpose Islamic Regiment (SPIR). . .
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    On the evening of 23 October 2002, members of IIB, RSRSBCM and SPIR operated jointly to seize over 800 hostages at Moscow’s Podshipnikov Zavod (Dubrovka) Theater.
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    In October 1999, emissaries of Basayev and Al-Khattab traveled to Usama bin Laden’s home base in the Afghan province of Kandahar, where Bin Laden agreed to provide substantial military assistance and financial aid, including by making arrangements to send to Chechnya several hundred fighters to fight against Russian troops and perpetrate acts of terrorism. Later that year, Bin Laden sent substantial amounts of money to Basayev, Movsar Barayev (leader of SPIR) and Al-Khattab, which was to be used exclusively for training gunmen, recruiting mercenaries and buying ammunition.
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The Afghan-Caucasus Al Qaeda “terrorist railway,” financed by Saudi intelligence, had two goals. One was a Saudi goal to spread fanatical Wahhabite Jihad into the Central Asian region of the former Soviet Union. The second was the CIA’s agenda of destabilizing a then-collapsing post-Soviet Russian Federation.
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Beslan
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On September 1, 2004, armed terrorists from Basayev and al-Khattab’s IIB took more than 1,100 people as hostages in a siege that included 777 children, and forced them into School Number One (SNO) in Beslan in North Ossetia, the autonomous republic in the North Caucasus of the Russian Federation near to the Georgia border.
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On the third day of the hostage crisis, as explosions were heard inside the school, FSB and other elite Russian troops stormed the building. In the end, at least 334 hostages were killed, including 186 children, with a significant number of people injured and reported missing. It became clear afterward that the Russian forces had handled the intervention poorly.
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The Washington propaganda machine, from Radio Free Europe to The New York Times and CNN, wasted no time demonizing Putin and Russia for their bad handling of the Beslan crisis rather than focus on the links of Basayev to Al Qaeda and Saudi intelligence. That would have brought the world’s attention to the intimate relations between the family of then US President George W. Bush and the Saudi billionaire bin Laden family.
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On September 1, 2001, just ten days before the day of the World Trade Center and Pentagon attacks, Saudi Intelligence head US-educated Prince Turki bin Faisal Al Saud, who had directed Saudi Intelligence since 1977, including through the entire Osama bin Laden Mujahideen operation in Afghanistan and into the Caucasus, abruptly and inexplicably resigned, just days after having accepted a new term as intelligence head from his King. He gave no explanation. He was quickly reposted to London, away from Washington.
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The record of the bin Laden-Bush family intimate ties was buried, in fact entirely deleted on “national security” (sic!) grounds in the official US Commission Report on 911. The Saudi background of fourteen of the nineteen alleged 911 terrorists in New York and Washington was also deleted from the US Government’s final 911 Commission report, released only in July 2004 by the Bush Administration, almost three years after the events.
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Basayev claimed credit for having sent the terrorists to Beslan. His demands had included the complete independence of Chechnya from Russia, something that would have given Washington and the Pentagon an enormous strategic dagger in the southern underbelly of the Russian Federation.
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By late 2004, in the aftermath of the tragic Beslan drama, President Vladimir Putin reportedly ordered a secret search and destroy mission by Russian intelligence to hunt and kill key leaders of the Caucasus Mujahideen of Basayev. Al-Khattab had been killed in 2002. The Russian security forces soon discovered that most of the Chechen Afghan Arab terrorists had fled. They had gotten safe haven in Turkey, a NATO member; in Azerbaijan, by then almost a NATO Member; or in Germany, a NATO Member; or in Dubai–one of the closest US Allies in the Arab States, and Qatar-another very close US ally. In other words, the Chechen terrorists were given NATO safe haven.


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Posted 24 August 2017 - 08:59 PM

Great post Hansel,just about says it all,the Reich has been at War against Russia for a long time,also those Saudi bastards are always involved,i think Russia has been far too reasonable in its response to the aggression. 


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Posted 24 August 2017 - 10:56 PM

My personal opinion is that Putin always tells the truth, and for a specific reason.   The truth is in Russia's favor and weighs far more heavily than any conceivable lie.   There is no reason to lie when the truth reveals everything.   No lie could possibly be as damaging as the truth when describing US foreign policy and CIA operations.   They speak loudly for themselves.

We, the entire world, knows that the Obama regime spent $5 billion to overthrow the elected Ukraine government.   The US media covered that up completely even today.   No mention of that except on the internet.
They don't want you to know.   Putin wants you to know.   That's the difference.   A huge difference.

Putin has another reason for telling the truth.   A lie can be proven false, but not the truth.   If you examine the many media stories about Putin, the one thing you won't find is any accusation of lying.   Do the same for Obama and you will be shocked at Obama's lies.  Bush was about the same, making up stuff when the facts failed him.
 
Putin never did that and has never been accused of doing that kind of deception.   Even Western media won't go that far because they know Putin is as straight as an arrow on the truth.   No exaggerations, no funny stuff, just the facts as he knows them.   That's another reason why many people in the West are Putin fans.   He is just a personable, likeable guy doing the best job he can.   If he has other faults, those are for Russia to discuss, not us in the West.   We don't see any faults from this side of the ocean.





 


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Posted 25 August 2017 - 05:13 AM

Damn ameriKKKan shit, not content to just leave Russia alone.  We were never fooled about who instigated the Chechen wars.


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Posted 25 August 2017 - 10:09 AM

"US coup d’etat in Ukraine"

It was an Israeli coup, using Jew agents in CIA and the Administration likely designed to give Israel access into EU and NATO.

US doesn't need a backward Ukraine to look after; has enough infrastructure projects at home to work on.


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#6 Ivan88

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Posted 25 August 2017 - 01:37 PM

Retarded, deluded, collectively insane US Christians created the whole problem by putting Talmudists in charge of America and by supporting all their terrorism, torture, mayhem, lies and murder.

Thus, "nature's God" is coming for them, because they are fit for nothing but to be cast out and trodden under the feet of men. Matthew 5:13

 

Hansel's original post #1, says, "With the former Soviet Union in total chaos and disarray, George H.W. Bush’s Administration decided to “kick ‘em when they’re down,” a sad error."    

It was not an error. It was deliberate and pre-meditated.

It is the mentality of Talmudists towards all of Mankind.

It is the official policy of the US, especially when they  officially adopted the anti-Christ Talmudic Noahide code in 1991 to justify their crimes before & after. 

 

Even in the 1860's it was US policy during Lincoln's Communist regime:

 

"extermination, not of soldiers alone, that is the least of the trouble, but the people" .... "We are not fighting against enemy armies, but against an enemy people, both young and old, rich and poor, and they must feel the iron hand of war in the same way as organized armies."
 


Edited by Ivan88, 25 August 2017 - 01:59 PM.

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#7 Zharkov

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Posted 25 August 2017 - 02:33 PM

Damn ameriKKKan shit, not content to just leave Russia alone.  We were never fooled about who instigated the Chechen wars.

 

Beslan is a horrible tragedy that the US news media quickly dropped from coverage, probably by orders of the intel agency involved.   But it can be used by victims to punish the wrongdoers behind it.   

Any or all of the families could sue the CIA for wrongful death of their children.   CIA has already been sued for illegal kidnapping in other countries and a US court has allowed that lawsuit to proceed.

So the families of Beslan could, possibly with Russian gov't assistance, retain lawyers in America to file the case.   My view is that they may have hundreds of millions of dollars due them.   And whatever they may be awarded won't be enough.   Those children were priceless and their parents will never recover from that loss.

Any law firm already representing a Russian embassy could file the case and give the families some assurance that the lawyers would be acting solely in their interests, and not compromised by gov't inducements.

If anyone missed my comments at the time, Beslan makes me extremely angry that anyone could be so disgustingly depraved and sick as to hold little children hostage and then shoot them.   That there could be any connection to the US gov't with that massacre is shocking, but it happened and needs to be fully exposed in a public trial.


Edited by Zharkov, 25 August 2017 - 02:36 PM.

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Posted 25 August 2017 - 02:33 PM

Putin's truth-telling is working in his favor because more and more people in the west are listening to what he has to say.


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Posted 25 August 2017 - 02:38 PM

Lawsuits in America are a gamble, of course.   But Beslan is so heinous that I would take that chance.


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Posted 25 August 2017 - 02:43 PM

One problem might be the statute of limitations on wrongful death claims, but...the statute application is a question of fact for a jury to decide, and in this case, the statute begins to run when the facts are available or when one discovers there was a claim.    When it comes to the CIA covering its tracks, one could argue that the statute does not begin to run until the CIA admits it's participation.   One could also argue that CIA operatives were outside the country, something that also suspends the statute from running.   Lots of exceptions there.    Bottom line, despite the passage of time, I still think there is a case to be made.


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Posted 25 August 2017 - 05:34 PM

article-0-0609B97C000005DC-81_224x423.jp     Beslan was sickening,it shows how evil the bastards are,this guy in the photo is a Chechen terrorists who has been living in Britain,the British Government have a record of protecting terrorists including at one time a Italian Fascist wanted for the Bolognia train station terror bombing,i remember those Chechen terrorists once beheaded three British Telecom Engineers working in the Country but our Government still supported them.


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Posted 25 August 2017 - 09:57 PM

We've had two wars with Britain over our independence in America, so they are not a country we should blindly trust.  

Their judgment regarding terrorism has proven to be a disaster for Brits.   Many killed and injured, and the gov't won't do a thing.

 

But private lawyers can still sue the people responsible, no matter where they hide.   British courts still do the job even if the government won't.   You can't get the guy locked up, but you can bankrupt him by taking away his finances.   In a capitalist country, that is almost like killing him slowly.   Can't do much without money.

 

Interesting idea about whether Americans should "trust" Putin.

I look at it this way, we already trust Putin with our lives.

Putin could launch missiles to finish us off at his discretion, but he hasn't, so our lives actually depend on him.

Russia is the only country in the world that could win a war against America.


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