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originally posted by: clay2 baraka
originally posted by: Danbones
a reply to: MrSpad
if you notice the IDF was working with the nazis against russia in Ukraine
just like they were in georgia
I have some, they are Israeli
and the Brics are already anti IMF/ nato
what was it china said to the US?
"all your chips are belong to us"
right now the patriots would prolly side with the BRICs too against nato
as ironic as that is
Do you know what's really ironic? Many of the "green men" have been identified as Chechen Neo-Nazis (lots of swastikas in the background of their social media pics)..
This has nothing to do with fighting "Nazis" and everything to do with Russian imperialism. You among others, just bought the Russian "Nazi" propaganda spin hook line and sinker.
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