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I dont see thee point in listing wars that powerful nations engage in as if it is telling of a pattern.
Also, I didnt even direct my last post at your personally. I replied to you since its your thread, and I am telling you my thoughts.
I think people who complain about long posts are just lazy. Excuse me for having more to say than one liners.
originally posted by: PrettyPlease1
Yeah US is a really good guy along with their little sidekick NATO
List of countries US warred in for nice and peachy reasons only
Belgian Congo 1964
Dominican Republic 1965-66
El Salvador 1981-92
Yugoslavia – Serbia 1999
Just balancing things out.
originally posted by: dollukka
Russia ( USSR) wars after WW2
1950-1953 Korean War
1953 Uprising in east Germany
1953-1975 Laotian Civil War
1956 Hungarian revolution
1968 Invasion of Czechoslovakia
1969-1970 War of Attrition
1971 Indo-pakistani War
1974-1990 Eritrean War of independence
1975-2002 Angolan Civil War
1977-1978 Ethio-Somali War
1979-1989 Soviet War in Afghanistan
1992 War of Transnistria
1992 East Prigorodny Conflict
1992-1997 Civil War in Tajikistan
1993 Georgian Civil War
1994-1996 First Chechen War
1999 War of Dagestan
1999-2009 Second Chechen War
2008 Russo-Georgian War
2009-North Caucasus Insurgency
2014- Intervention in Ukraine
These list did not include oppression and deaths of civilians who were shot dead during russification , tortured just because they had non communist views , were members of resistance or didn´t find Russian ( ussr ) annexation of their country after WW2 good for them.
How many people died or were sent to Siberia to die.. i am sure there are figures.
In June 2014, a Gallup poll with the Broadcasting Board of Governors asked Crimeans if the results in the March 16, 2014 referendum to secede reflected the views of the people. A total of 82.8% of Crimeans said yes.
In February 2015, a poll by German polling firm GfK revealed that attitudes have not changed. When asked “Do you endorse Russia’s annexation of Crimea?”, a total of 82% of the respondents answered “yes, definitely,” and another 11% answered “yes, for the most part.”
originally posted by: DJW001
And former Soviet citizens understood that the voice on the telephone was asking them if they were loyal to Moscow. How would you have answered?a reply to: sosobad