posted on Oct, 17 2014 @ 03:03 AM
a reply to: Xcathdra
So lets assume the US/West succeeds in destroying Russia's economy, what good things will bring this?
When the USSR collapsed they took it well and started over, will they do this again or will it be different this time?
Would Russia be willing to use nukes this time or consider such a thing or at least will try to have some sort of revenge..
Trying to weaken with sanctions and other means is nothing less then warfare/an attack. Putin loves his country a bit too much and I don't know what
he would do when the # hits the fan so again that's all worth it?
yea yea he took Crimea, (without firing 1 bullet) but sure he did something perhaps not so nice but that is debatable but it's really nothing compared
with the countless of lives lost and creating total chaos in many middle east country's the US/West did.
So trying this economic warfare on Russia it's all worth it of course. No of course as alwasy there are only loosers, nobody wins really and more
people suffering and perhaps something way worse as a result, who knows...
And ''Putin has to create enemies..'' The US has to create enemies way more it seems, the war machine must be rolling on full steam especially now in
economic difficult times, wars without ends (war on terrorists) and so on.
Russia is a laugh compared to the US if you see how much both spend on the military and the US have spent trillions (but of course it also generates
money with the military industry on full steam (jobs and money) in recent years, nothing compared to Russia in both money and in actions.
edit on 17-10-2014 by Plugin because: (no reason given)