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posted on May, 19 2019 @ 04:15 PM
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originally posted by: chr0naut

originally posted by: putnam6

originally posted by: chr0naut

originally posted by: putnam6

originally posted by: chr0naut

originally posted by: putnam6

originally posted by: TheConstruKctionofLight
a reply to: putnam6

The check?

Last I looked the CIA playbook has been to use cash and weapons for their crony politicians to rise to power and bring in friendly co-operation for US industry.

Are you really trying to spin that the US stands in the corner square of other countries giving cash aid to its ordinary citizens?

Give me a break.


LOL give me a break got any idea how foreign aid works, the damn CIA doesn't have its nose in every country either LOL paranoid much. Besides if the CIA is there likely other foreign entities are already there too. Sorta like you guys are going to be so worried about America that China is going to buy your ass out from under you, and then what happens, your peace-loving leaders will come crying to Washington DC.

They do spend billions that go to the duly and legally recognized governments of those countries. Once it gets on the ground what are they supposed to do? they count on all those peace-loving leaders to distribute it as needed. Like in Somalia, that was one of the basic points. Aid wasn't getting to the people that needed it, yet when the US tries to get it where it needs to go they get attacked locally. How do propose they get those funds directly to the people, bypassing their governments? LOL mail them individual supplies and monies. That's the point the rest of the world is mostly crooked in its own right, especially when it can tap into billions in supplies and monies. So again how do the insure monies get to those in need?

We don't live in a perfect world....




I did hear about it, actually, but I'm not an American and my media isn't as 'filtered' as yours.

Piracy made a strong comeback in Somalia in 2017


Classic hand wringing over reactionary BS in this instance

Washington (CNN)The US is sending "dozens" of additional troops to Somalia to train and equip the Somali National Army and the forces participating in the African Union Mission in Somalia there.

A US military official told CNN that the new contingent would consist of about 40 soldiers.
In an email to CNN, Charles Chuck Prichard, a spokesperson for US Africa Command, confirmed the deployment Friday, saying that the deployment of "a few dozen troops from the 101st Airborne Division" came "at the request and in close coordination with" the government of Somalia.
"The objective of this particular train and equip mission is to improve the logistical capacity of the Somali National Army and the focus will be on teaching basic logistics operations, which will allow Somalia forces to better fight al Shabaab," the spokesman added.
The US troops will join the small number of US special operations forces already there providing counterterrorism support to local forces battling the local al Qaeda affiliate, al Shabaab. That advisory mission has been underway for several years.
The US military official added that there are approximately 50 counterterrorism advisers already in Somalia as part of the ongoing mission.
The deployment was first reported by Voice of America.
President Donald Trump last month granted additional authority to US Africa Command to conduct counterterrorism airstrikes against the terror group..
But Africa Command made it clear that there was no link between the two.
"It should be noted that this training was planned long before President Trump issued updated authorities related to Somalia," the spokesperson added.
The president of Somalia, Mohamed Abdullahi Mohamed Farmaajo (center), receives a guard of honor during a ceremony to mark the 57th Anniversary of the Somali National Army held at the Ministry of Defense in Mogadishu on Wednesday, April 12, 2017.
The president of Somalia, Mohamed Abdullahi Mohamed Farmaajo (center), receives a guard of honor during a ceremony to mark the 57th Anniversary of the Somali National Army held at the Ministry of Defense in Mogadishu on Wednesday, April 12, 2017.
The new training effort comes as US military leaders see new opportunities to work with Somalia's newly elected president, Mohamed Abdullahi Farmajo, a dual US-Somali citizen who has embarked on a series of aggressive military reforms amid an ongoing al Shabaab bombing campaign that has repeatedly struck the capital, Mogadishu.
"With the new government there, President Farmajo, we have an opportunity here to move forward," Gen. Thomas Waldhauser, the commander of Africa Command told reporters at the Pentagon last month.
"We have a great opportunity to work with him, and we look forward to continuing our counterterrorism part," Waldhauser added.

So, the US spends $110.28 million on 40 soldiers?

Or is it just a big arms deal that's actually going on?



Its 2019 in my world lol, and if you dont think American media would be all over an increase to blame on Trump I don't know what to tell you. LOL not a fan of him but he gets blamed for everything LOL.


IMB: Gulf of Guinea Led the World for Piracy in 2018

Live IMB Piracy & Armed Robbery Map 2019 - International Maritime Bureau

So, 2017 (my previous post on this), 2018 & 2019. Did I leave anything out?

And you forget that the biggest reduction in number of attacks happened between 2011 and 2015. That was under Obama, wasn't it? The resurgence of piracy was what was under Trump.



From your article see below, I was referring to Somalia where the US military is, and the region we were discussing. See if you can catch up Sunshine lol.

n other regional developments, acts of piracy declined or remained at relatively low levels off the shores of other historic hot spots like Somalia, Indonesia, Malaysia and the Philippines. Somali pirates fired upon three merchant vessels last year, but they conducted no successful boardings.




posted on May, 19 2019 @ 04:55 PM
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originally posted by: yuppa
a reply to: chr0naut

Hitler wouldn't had went after Russia if the Americans did not join in to pressure his timeline.


I don't know, there were brown shirts shooting Soviet's in the street on site.

I also recall the Soviets were enemies of Germany right up until WWII Germany and Japan were pledged to attack Russia. Then, Stalin Secretly joined Hitler when Poland went down to a tremendous Blitzkrieg in a matter of hours. Hitler had reached out to Stalin to let them take Poland without a Soviet influence.

www.history.com...


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posted on May, 19 2019 @ 05:53 PM
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originally posted by: yuppa
a reply to: TheGreatWork

Georgia guide stone believer huh?


No one here believes it doesn't exist, until now.

The guidestone exists and you get to decide what it means.

I am against some of it like the one about no more than 500 Million people on Earth. Some of it sounds good too.



posted on May, 19 2019 @ 06:41 PM
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originally posted by: TheConstruKctionofLight
a reply to: Gothmog

WMDs - Nigerian yellowcake - Colin Powell at the UN?

I can name more

www.theguardian.com...

That was NOT the reason for the war.
That was the a person publishing an OPINION in the Guardian.

Epic Fail
You know the reason (I hope)
Think for yourself, consider history when you do
Do not accept someone else's opinion just because it sounds good to you

Wizard's First Rule in effect

Wanna try again ?



posted on May, 19 2019 @ 06:55 PM
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America arms both sides. The good and the bad guys.


Do you really believe that no other country in this world has military ambitions other than the US? Have you forgotten that Russia annexed first Georgia then Crimea just recently? Have you forgotten that China annexed Tibet is currently claiming that it owns the whole South China Sea and has built a military base there?

Here's something else to ponder. The US manufactures the M16 rifle and all of it's many variants. If you've paid any kind of attention to any of the conflicts around the world you may have noticed that the "Bad Guys" are usually rocking AK47's, or variants of it. Who manufactures those?

I'll pre-empt the argument that the US gives money so they can buy their own weapons, but why hand out money that ends up in the hands of rivals? Why not just give them US weapon systems and keep the money state side?

It's a complex world out there, aint it!



posted on May, 19 2019 @ 07:06 PM
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originally posted by: yuppa
a reply to: chr0naut

Hitler wouldn't had went after Russia if the Americans did not join in to pressure his timeline.


In May 1941, German General Erich Hoepner issued the following orders to his soldiers:

"The war against Russia is a fundamental part of the German people’s struggle for existence. It is the old struggle of the Germans against the Slavs, the defence of European culture against the Muscovite, Asiatic deluge, the defence against Jewish Bolshevism. This struggle must aim to smash the Russia of today into rubble, and as a consequence it must be carried out with unprecedented harshness".

The German invasion of Russia, Operation Barbarossa, began on Sunday, 22 June, 1941.

The US did not enter the war until after Pearl Harbor, Sunday, 7 December, 1941.

Germany declared war on the US, 11 December, 1941.

The first US Army unit to arrive in Europe (actually Belfast in Ireland), the 133rd Infantry Regiment of the 34th Infantry Division, did not do so until January 1942. The first deployments of US troops initiated 8 November 1942 during Operation Torch, in North Africa.

There was no way that the US had any influence on Hitlers timeline against the Russians. At best, Hitler was barely aware of the US's troop deployments, at the time Russia was under attack.



posted on May, 19 2019 @ 07:09 PM
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originally posted by: putnam6

originally posted by: chr0naut

originally posted by: putnam6

originally posted by: chr0naut

originally posted by: putnam6

originally posted by: chr0naut

originally posted by: putnam6

originally posted by: TheConstruKctionofLight
a reply to: putnam6

The check?

Last I looked the CIA playbook has been to use cash and weapons for their crony politicians to rise to power and bring in friendly co-operation for US industry.

Are you really trying to spin that the US stands in the corner square of other countries giving cash aid to its ordinary citizens?

Give me a break.


LOL give me a break got any idea how foreign aid works, the damn CIA doesn't have its nose in every country either LOL paranoid much. Besides if the CIA is there likely other foreign entities are already there too. Sorta like you guys are going to be so worried about America that China is going to buy your ass out from under you, and then what happens, your peace-loving leaders will come crying to Washington DC.

They do spend billions that go to the duly and legally recognized governments of those countries. Once it gets on the ground what are they supposed to do? they count on all those peace-loving leaders to distribute it as needed. Like in Somalia, that was one of the basic points. Aid wasn't getting to the people that needed it, yet when the US tries to get it where it needs to go they get attacked locally. How do propose they get those funds directly to the people, bypassing their governments? LOL mail them individual supplies and monies. That's the point the rest of the world is mostly crooked in its own right, especially when it can tap into billions in supplies and monies. So again how do the insure monies get to those in need?

We don't live in a perfect world....




I did hear about it, actually, but I'm not an American and my media isn't as 'filtered' as yours.

Piracy made a strong comeback in Somalia in 2017


Classic hand wringing over reactionary BS in this instance

Washington (CNN)The US is sending "dozens" of additional troops to Somalia to train and equip the Somali National Army and the forces participating in the African Union Mission in Somalia there.

A US military official told CNN that the new contingent would consist of about 40 soldiers.
In an email to CNN, Charles Chuck Prichard, a spokesperson for US Africa Command, confirmed the deployment Friday, saying that the deployment of "a few dozen troops from the 101st Airborne Division" came "at the request and in close coordination with" the government of Somalia.
"The objective of this particular train and equip mission is to improve the logistical capacity of the Somali National Army and the focus will be on teaching basic logistics operations, which will allow Somalia forces to better fight al Shabaab," the spokesman added.
The US troops will join the small number of US special operations forces already there providing counterterrorism support to local forces battling the local al Qaeda affiliate, al Shabaab. That advisory mission has been underway for several years.
The US military official added that there are approximately 50 counterterrorism advisers already in Somalia as part of the ongoing mission.
The deployment was first reported by Voice of America.
President Donald Trump last month granted additional authority to US Africa Command to conduct counterterrorism airstrikes against the terror group..
But Africa Command made it clear that there was no link between the two.
"It should be noted that this training was planned long before President Trump issued updated authorities related to Somalia," the spokesperson added.
The president of Somalia, Mohamed Abdullahi Mohamed Farmaajo (center), receives a guard of honor during a ceremony to mark the 57th Anniversary of the Somali National Army held at the Ministry of Defense in Mogadishu on Wednesday, April 12, 2017.
The president of Somalia, Mohamed Abdullahi Mohamed Farmaajo (center), receives a guard of honor during a ceremony to mark the 57th Anniversary of the Somali National Army held at the Ministry of Defense in Mogadishu on Wednesday, April 12, 2017.
The new training effort comes as US military leaders see new opportunities to work with Somalia's newly elected president, Mohamed Abdullahi Farmajo, a dual US-Somali citizen who has embarked on a series of aggressive military reforms amid an ongoing al Shabaab bombing campaign that has repeatedly struck the capital, Mogadishu.
"With the new government there, President Farmajo, we have an opportunity here to move forward," Gen. Thomas Waldhauser, the commander of Africa Command told reporters at the Pentagon last month.
"We have a great opportunity to work with him, and we look forward to continuing our counterterrorism part," Waldhauser added.

So, the US spends $110.28 million on 40 soldiers?

Or is it just a big arms deal that's actually going on?



Its 2019 in my world lol, and if you dont think American media would be all over an increase to blame on Trump I don't know what to tell you. LOL not a fan of him but he gets blamed for everything LOL.


IMB: Gulf of Guinea Led the World for Piracy in 2018

Live IMB Piracy & Armed Robbery Map 2019 - International Maritime Bureau

So, 2017 (my previous post on this), 2018 & 2019. Did I leave anything out?

And you forget that the biggest reduction in number of attacks happened between 2011 and 2015. That was under Obama, wasn't it? The resurgence of piracy was what was under Trump.



From your article see below, I was referring to Somalia where the US military is, and the region we were discussing. See if you can catch up Sunshine lol.

n other regional developments, acts of piracy declined or remained at relatively low levels off the shores of other historic hot spots like Somalia, Indonesia, Malaysia and the Philippines. Somali pirates fired upon three merchant vessels last year, but they conducted no successful boardings.


When was the article dated? All I have is your quote from it. No reference details. Perhaps post a link and please note that the period that it speaks to is critical.

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posted on May, 19 2019 @ 07:19 PM
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a reply to: chr0naut

Lend-Lease 🔥



posted on May, 19 2019 @ 07:24 PM
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originally posted by: TheAiIsLying

America arms both sides. The good and the bad guys.

Do you really believe that no other country in this world has military ambitions other than the US? Have you forgotten that Russia annexed first Georgia then Crimea just recently? Have you forgotten that China annexed Tibet is currently claiming that it owns the whole South China Sea and has built a military base there?

Here's something else to ponder. The US manufactures the M16 rifle and all of it's many variants. If you've paid any kind of attention to any of the conflicts around the world you may have noticed that the "Bad Guys" are usually rocking AK47's, or variants of it. Who manufactures those?


About half of the estimated 100 million AK47's have been manufactured outside of Russia.

... some of them in Florida.


I'll pre-empt the argument that the US gives money so they can buy their own weapons, but why hand out money that ends up in the hands of rivals? Why not just give them US weapon systems and keep the money state side?

It's a complex world out there, aint it!


Because arms proliferation isn't peace or stability.

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posted on May, 19 2019 @ 07:42 PM
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originally posted by: xuenchen
a reply to: chr0naut

Lend-Lease 🔥


So, you are suggesting that Hitler said something along the lines of,
"Verdammt, diese Amerikaner helfen England. Wir müssen jetzt unsere Militär-Ressourcen umleiten, um Russland, ihre Feinde, anzugreifen, während England das schwächste Land ist!"




posted on May, 19 2019 @ 07:56 PM
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a reply to: Krakatoa





How many worldwide would die if the U.S. withheld all that it does and gives

A billion or so once it all shook out if we just stopped shipping food all over the world to many nations big and small, also cut off China from pumping fresh water out of our aquifers and sending them back to china as well.



posted on May, 19 2019 @ 07:57 PM
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a reply to: TheConstruKctionofLight

You are talking about the same Iran which has had state sanctioned protests calling for the death and destruction for the U.S. and Israel...

The same Iran which argued that the Koran not only allows for Iran to have nuclear weapons, but that the Koran does not rule against the use of nuclear weapons, amidst the protests authorized by the Iranian authorities which keep calling for the destruction of the U.S. and Israel...

Keep shifting the blame... BTW, that same "world court" aka the UN, as a majority, has been arguing in favor for draconian laws such as China's 1 child policy...

Not to mention the FACT that the U.N. has some of the world worse dictatorships as member states, including Cuba...

So you, an Australian, want a world body that is mostly socialist, if not full blown communist except for a few nations, should rule the U.S...


You, as an Australian, don't even have the right to choose whom your Prime Minister will be... Perhaps you should focus on your rights first before claiming other countries should be prosecuted for your historical revisionism...



posted on May, 19 2019 @ 07:59 PM
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a reply to: TheConstruKctionofLight


You have to prove that the big military stick of the US prevents regional historical hostilities from flaring up.

I can on the other hand show many examples of the CIA/US instigating regime change favorable to US economic interests.


WW2.

That was pretty easy...

For your second line, are you telling me that other countries don't do the same?

The US certainly isn't perfect... don't get me wrong.

However, we have yet to kill millions of people for an ideology.

I would certainly prefer that as a country we go straight up non-interventional.

Trade with countries, be friends with countries... stay the hell out of their business.

However, when someone is trying to develop a nuclear capability and their stated goal is to annihilate the Us of A, would you prefer we just wait for it?

Geosocioeconomic politics are a little more complex than "Murka Bad."




posted on May, 19 2019 @ 08:18 PM
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originally posted by: chr0naut

originally posted by: TheAiIsLying

America arms both sides. The good and the bad guys.

Do you really believe that no other country in this world has military ambitions other than the US? Have you forgotten that Russia annexed first Georgia then Crimea just recently? Have you forgotten that China annexed Tibet is currently claiming that it owns the whole South China Sea and has built a military base there?

Here's something else to ponder. The US manufactures the M16 rifle and all of it's many variants. If you've paid any kind of attention to any of the conflicts around the world you may have noticed that the "Bad Guys" are usually rocking AK47's, or variants of it. Who manufactures those?


About half of the estimated 100 million AK47's have been manufactured outside of Russia.

... some of them in Florida.


I'll pre-empt the argument that the US gives money so they can buy their own weapons, but why hand out money that ends up in the hands of rivals? Why not just give them US weapon systems and keep the money state side?

It's a complex world out there, aint it!


Because arms proliferation isn't peace or stability.


Yes, I'm aware that countries other than Russia manufacture AK's. There's a list here.

Wiki page for AK47 variants

You'll notice that the majority of those countries aren't the US. As for the US company that's making them now, well that's an article from 2015, so quite recent. I'd strongly suspect that they're not allowed to sell them in large quantities to certain African or Arab nations.

I stand by my point. The US isn't the cause of world conflict. It's just one player out of many.



posted on May, 19 2019 @ 08:26 PM
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originally posted by: chr0naut

originally posted by: putnam6

originally posted by: chr0naut

originally posted by: putnam6

originally posted by: chr0naut

originally posted by: putnam6

originally posted by: chr0naut

originally posted by: putnam6

originally posted by: TheConstruKctionofLight
a reply to: putnam6

The check?




Last I looked the CIA playbook has been to use cash and weapons for their crony politicians to rise to power and bring in friendly co-operation for US industry.

Are you really trying to spin that the US stands in the corner square of other countries giving cash aid to its ordinary citizens?

Give me a break.


LOL give me a break got any idea how foreign aid works, the damn CIA doesn't have its nose in every country either LOL paranoid much. Besides if the CIA is there likely other foreign entities are already there too. Sorta like you guys are going to be so worried about America that China is going to buy your ass out from under you, and then what happens, your peace-loving leaders will come crying to Washington DC.

They do spend billions that go to the duly and legally recognized governments of those countries. Once it gets on the ground what are they supposed to do? they count on all those peace-loving leaders to distribute it as needed. Like in Somalia, that was one of the basic points. Aid wasn't getting to the people that needed it, yet when the US tries to get it where it needs to go they get attacked locally. How do propose they get those funds directly to the people, bypassing their governments? LOL mail them individual supplies and monies. That's the point the rest of the world is mostly crooked in its own right, especially when it can tap into billions in supplies and monies. So again how do the insure monies get to those in need?

We don't live in a perfect world....




I did hear about it, actually, but I'm not an American and my media isn't as 'filtered' as yours.

Piracy made a strong comeback in Somalia in 2017


Classic hand wringing over reactionary BS in this instance

Washington (CNN)The US is sending "dozens" of additional troops to Somalia to train and equip the Somali National Army and the forces participating in the African Union Mission in Somalia there.

A US military official told CNN that the new contingent would consist of about 40 soldiers.
In an email to CNN, Charles Chuck Prichard, a spokesperson for US Africa Command, confirmed the deployment Friday, saying that the deployment of "a few dozen troops from the 101st Airborne Division" came "at the request and in close coordination with" the government of Somalia.
"The objective of this particular train and equip mission is to improve the logistical capacity of the Somali National Army and the focus will be on teaching basic logistics operations, which will allow Somalia forces to better fight al Shabaab," the spokesman added.
The US troops will join the small number of US special operations forces already there providing counterterrorism support to local forces battling the local al Qaeda affiliate, al Shabaab. That advisory mission has been underway for several years.
The US military official added that there are approximately 50 counterterrorism advisers already in Somalia as part of the ongoing mission.
The deployment was first reported by Voice of America.
President Donald Trump last month granted additional authority to US Africa Command to conduct counterterrorism airstrikes against the terror group..
But Africa Command made it clear that there was no link between the two.
"It should be noted that this training was planned long before President Trump issued updated authorities related to Somalia," the spokesperson added.
The president of Somalia, Mohamed Abdullahi Mohamed Farmaajo (center), receives a guard of honor during a ceremony to mark the 57th Anniversary of the Somali National Army held at the Ministry of Defense in Mogadishu on Wednesday, April 12, 2017.
The president of Somalia, Mohamed Abdullahi Mohamed Farmaajo (center), receives a guard of honor during a ceremony to mark the 57th Anniversary of the Somali National Army held at the Ministry of Defense in Mogadishu on Wednesday, April 12, 2017.
The new training effort comes as US military leaders see new opportunities to work with Somalia's newly elected president, Mohamed Abdullahi Farmajo, a dual US-Somali citizen who has embarked on a series of aggressive military reforms amid an ongoing al Shabaab bombing campaign that has repeatedly struck the capital, Mogadishu.
"With the new government there, President Farmajo, we have an opportunity here to move forward," Gen. Thomas Waldhauser, the commander of Africa Command told reporters at the Pentagon last month.
"We have a great opportunity to work with him, and we look forward to continuing our counterterrorism part," Waldhauser added.

So, the US spends $110.28 million on 40 soldiers?

Or is it just a big arms deal that's actually going on?



Its 2019 in my world lol, and if you dont think American media would be all over an increase to blame on Trump I don't know what to tell you. LOL not a fan of him but he gets blamed for everything LOL.


IMB: Gulf of Guinea Led the World for Piracy in 2018

Live IMB Piracy & Armed Robbery Map 2019 - International Maritime Bureau

So, 2017 (my previous post on this), 2018 & 2019. Did I leave anything out?

And you forget that the biggest reduction in number of attacks happened between 2011 and 2015. That was under Obama, wasn't it? The resurgence of piracy was what was under Trump.



From your article see below, I was referring to Somalia where the US military is, and the region we were discussing. See if you can catch up Sunshine lol.

n other regional developments, acts of piracy declined or remained at relatively low levels off the shores of other historic hot spots like Somalia, Indonesia, Malaysia and the Philippines. Somali pirates fired upon three merchant vessels last year, but they conducted no successful boardings.


When was the article dated? All I have is your quote from it. No reference details. Perhaps post a link and please note that the period that it speaks to is critical.


LOL ITS YOUR ARTICLE YOU POSTED LAST PARAGRAPH JAN 16TH 2019 THIS YEAR...



www.maritime-executive.com... f-of-guinea-led-the-world-for-piracy-in-2018

I apologize for sounding like an azz its really not why I've been on ATS all these years its about learning other viewpoints and hopefully expanding my horizons, cause none of us is 100 percent right so its better to have an open mind. Not my intention to be antagonistic, have read most of your articles and posts about this to understand where other people are.
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posted on May, 19 2019 @ 10:43 PM
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originally posted by: madmac5150
a reply to: TheConstruKctionofLight

The last official rankings, were as followed:

1. Islamic terrorists

2. Soccer hooligans

3. Batman

4. Canadian maple syrup cartels

5. The United States

When did we move up? I must've missed it...



I don't understand, where does Walmart fits in all this?



posted on May, 19 2019 @ 11:19 PM
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a reply to: TheConstruKctionofLight

Despite everything we've done. Islam is, and always has been the biggest threat to world peace. Their average population is just as dark hearted and evil as their Governments. Sharia Law creeping across the world being installed in Western cities now...have you read the quran? Have you seen the demands of their god to those who don't accept Islam as their religion? Their book says under no circumstances are they to befriend an infidel. That's YOU if you're not Islamic. Their Bible does tell them that they can act like they love and care for you, until the day they are called upon by the Caliphate. Then they are to kill you.

They are quickly slipping into the West and setting up their pieces, on the National Chessboard that we know as American Politics and Government. The Muslim Brotherhood has already been in the White House as Obama's Advisors, and we have two female members in our Congress right now, raising Hell in the name of Islam. That's their plan. To weaken America from the inside out, just like a cancer, and then attack, sieze control, Install Sharia Law, and then "clean up" all of those who are not of Islam, or will not convert. Clean up means, they will behead most of us, but will have special tortures for some. Whatever the mind can imagine to make it as painful as possible for a man to suffer and as long as possible? That is the most extreme form of Islam there is. There are moderates or those practicing Taqiya (gained trust through deception) that don't go out an kill, but they DO support those that do go out and kill. Even if there are more moderates out there, it's the extremists that have the attention, the power and the microphone to be heard. The rest, silently support those extremists, because their Quran demands that they do. JUST READ IT!

They oppress the nations' women and rape them, child molestation is an accepted practice in Islam, old men marrying 6 year old girls...and that IS their CURRENT bible. I know everyone tries to compare it to the King James Bible and the Old Testament, but remember, that was the Old Testament, thus the Old Covenant. The New Testament was a New Covenant and there is no blood and gore there and it teaches love for ALL....not just their own. Interestingly enough the word "Love" 190 times in 79 verses...but that word is also said to be reserved just for those of Islam. Everyone else must die.

So, Islam is the worst thing for world peace, despite what you heard on lying CNN... A show who's ratings are predicated on how many people leave their dogs at home with the TV on, while they are at work.



posted on May, 19 2019 @ 11:57 PM
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originally posted by: putnam6

originally posted by: TheConstruKctionofLight
a reply to: putnam6


LOL ITS YOUR ARTICLE YOU POSTED LAST PARAGRAPH JAN 16TH 2019 THIS YEAR...

www.maritime-executive.com... f-of-guinea-led-the-world-for-piracy-in-2018

I apologize for sounding like an azz its really not why I've been on ATS all these years its about learning other viewpoints and hopefully expanding my horizons, cause none of us is 100 percent right so its better to have an open mind. Not my intention to be antagonistic, have read most of your articles and posts about this to understand where other people are.


OK, I see it now. The article was about piracy in 2018 but was obviously updated recently.

It doesn't actually say that there was no piracy. The live map shows that there is still some and the reduction began back before Trump.

The history shows that there were 237 incidents in 2011 and zero in 2015. Then as outlined in the articles, there were 3 attacks in 2017, which seemed at the time to be a resurgence (and, as one of them was an oil tanker, rather than a fishing boat, was fairly sensational).

On further reading, it appears that in 2015 the Chinese naval facility in Obock, Djibouti began escorting commercial Chinese cargo ships and that was coincident with an absence of piracy.

There was also a 33 nation international task force (CTF-150) established and operated out of the US Navy base in Manama, Bahrain.

Between 2014-2017 the following CTF-150 ships had interdictions (which were all drug related and not piracy) HMAS Arunta, USS Laboon, HMAS Darwin, HMS Somerset, HMAS Darwin, HMS Defender, the Surcouf and HMS Monmouth.

So, I really don't think America can take all the credit.

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posted on May, 20 2019 @ 03:58 AM
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The world is a hood full of gangs. Both Iran and Venezuela are kept where they are to keep oil prices from falling because of the new thing - the high US crude oil production.
No one wants their cheap oil on the market, not even Russia. Yes, it's this fake. They are keeping them low together. Maybe China would like to get some for free, as an interrest for their well spent cheap dollar loans. Trump is losing credibility in my eyes playing these games using the same fake narratives as those before him. We dont hear much from Russia about Iran, do we? They are trying to keep OPEC happy and China paying more. I love the truth more than I like Trump. Most people do. He should think twice about being dishonest. Democrats may let run the worst Chorche idiots, helium Alexa and burka lady and people will take him down anyway once they realize they are being fooled by both parties into some sick direction.
Why? For there is nothing hidden that will not be revealed, and nothing concealed that will not be known and illuminated.
The light is here. It's beautiful. Yes, yes, burn this dirty zoo alive. You can vote for it but my guess is that you will consciously know what it means. Most likely a war or two. So if that'S not what you want you better let him know beforehand.



posted on May, 20 2019 @ 05:30 AM
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WTI has no place above $60. I'd say even $50. It's a fake price. I was watching last week's spikes in real time. So fake. It was done by sellers and hedge funds who are long for months. The whole market is such a fraud scalping retail traders. They'd like to sell for $64 or more mothersuckers. The pressure on my budget is real though. We need to call them out loud for it here in Europe and stop buying fear. If they want real buyers they'll need to deliver a real war or the price will drop down like a stone where it should be.
Relax. The loss would be greater than the payout this time. They may provide a little help in Yemen and bully Iranian ships outside of Hormuz to keep us occupied the whole summer. Other than that it's a scam




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