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Understanding Russia's rhetoric-- and media disinfo.

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posted on Aug, 17 2008 @ 01:21 AM
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A lot of people are saying that Russia is threatening other nations with nuclear missiles as we have put a missile defense system on their soil. Yet, we know that from reading Russia's quotes that they have been saying that they are exposing them to a risk of an attack, and, possibly of a nuclear strike. Russia has not attacked them with a nuclear warhead yet. Could it be that Russia really isn't threatening them-- but warning them? They could just be saying that a nation might nuke them. Think about this-- generals in the Russian armies are saying that these nations are exposing them to risk of an attack, yet, the media is labeling the Russian rhetoric as threats. The media, therefore, is trying to make us want war with Russia or at least make us scared of them. What is the whole point of this?




 
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