reply to post by something wicked
I have no idea what you are talking about.
The world is simple. When two tigers encircle you, and one says it won't bother you if you don't go against it, and the other won't bother you if
you do what it says, people tend to go with the former than the later. It's an issue of if you have to choose a side, chose the one that is more
freer. And while no oe is perfect, at this moment in time, nations are freer if they choose America over Russia or China.
That's the game of geopolitics. And to be frank, where one falls, another will always take it's place. it's not an issue of mind your own business.
It's a natural law that one side will always become greater than the other. Super powers don't fall and then there is freedom. Super powers simply
are. It's a matter of how the superpower treats the other nations. Before America, Russia, and China, it was England, France, and Spain. Before them,
it was someone else. And after America, China, and Russia, it will be someone else. Who knows. Maybe India, Brazil, and Iran.
The cycle cannot be broken...to quote Mass Effect.