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We are constantly provoking Russia. We did it throughout the "cold war," and we are doing it now. the MSM tries to convince brain-dead americans that Russia is the aggressor, but the truth is, of course, the opposite.
originally posted by: Nikola014
You should seriously travel outside of US, and get familiar with what ordinary people in Europe think of Putin. You would be surprised.
They aren't even able to defend against Russian missiles, but I guess instead of doing any research it is just better to cry about it.
You do understand that Poland and Romainia are asking for better protection from rogue states such as NK, and certain countries in the ME that are wanting to become nuclear nations. Again research would do you some good.
originally posted by: Substracto
Where's the provocation? what I do inside my own borders is my own business.
A new report prepared by the Ministry of Defense (MoD), and causing a sensation in the Kremlin, states that President Putin personally ordered the High Command of the Aerospace Forces (AF) to ground all of the Federations most advanced Sukhoi-27 fighter jets after a week that saw 5 of America’s and Russia’s top pilots aircraft destroyed in an apparent retaliation against the Obama regime which is preparing later today to launch an attack satellite against the most mysterious object ever detected above our planet and known as the Black Knight Satellite.
What about all those times Russia has held much larger exercises (we're talking 100,000+) right on the border of those nations that feel threatened?
Russia is a bully plain and simple. They're the ones that have annexed land from their neighbors.
Russia only has one person to blame for their current predicament. Putin.
They're the ones who have threatened the use of nukes time and again.
"[Putin] wants to reposition Russia, once again, as a geopolitical force," Rubio said. "He's trying to destroy NATO. … Here's what you're going to see in the next few weeks: the Russians will begin to fly combat missions in that region, not just targeting [IS], but in order to prop up Assad. He will also, then, turn to other countries in the region and say, 'America is no longer a reliable ally, Egypt. America is no longer a reliable ally, Saudi Arabia. Begin to rely on us.'"