a reply to: mortex
Jeez Turkey at it again bullying Greeks? I suppose they never let up when it comes to Greece and Cyprus though. Seriously, wtf is the rest of NATO
waiting for? They just need to declare a rogue state and handle business with force. The sooner Turkey is bombed back into the Byzantine age, the
a reply to: Gothmog
We got a new red line in Syria, its called the Euphrates river, and Syria and allegedly Russia has now seen our Commander in Chief effing means it! I
notice Turkey has been hesitant to test that line, despite its blustering rhetoric and grand standing threats. They saw what happen to the Syrians
last week, and even that Russia is sitting on its own hands when rumors are they lost some of their own men from that defensive play.
I am just going to say it openly because it is clearly no longer a secret. We, the USA, #ing dominate, and bitches bend their knee with respect to our
power. Nothing will stop us from ruling the near future, and likely the next couple of centuries. Global empires tend to last up to half a millennium
or double that, and we are only half way there. Means us citizens can live out the rest of our life spans and our kids knowing we will continue to
maintain that hold.
Its funny when I was at the State fair today with my friends after he won tickets on the radio Sunday, I mentioned this kind of events. While we are
at the top of the tallest ferris wheel having a great time , I brought up the fact that our country, and about 7-12 others are currently waging a hot
war in Syria. Ballistic missiles, chemical attacks, jets falling out the sky, air strikes, tanks blowing # up, # blowing tanks up etc.. etc..
All the while we sit at the top of the world in that moment, enjoying life without a care in the world, with barely the knowledge that anything of
that nature is even going on. Of course the brother in law goes on about how the US always sticks its nose in places it do not belong. I counter to
say "what do you think it takes to enjoy this moment we are having right now, right this moment? And what will it take to preserve that for our own
kids?" He tries to bring up Europe and how they have better standards and healthcare and such. He seemed a bit disappointed when I replied "of course
they do, they are right by our side with us, fighting those same wars, on at least three different continents. Canada and Australia included. Even the
Netherlands is getting its hands dirty." I ended it with "in order for some to prosper, others must fall" and then changed the subject to the fried
twinkies and snickers bars right around the corner.
I believe it is time that Turkey must fall as well, as they are now more threat than ally.