Originally posted by Happy1
reply to post by NotAnAspie
US working with allies is one thing - working with non-allies is another thing.
I don't trust anything the gov't does. If we are friends with the russians, why the snowden thing?
Oh, I've got a damn good theory for that but I'm not even going to attempt to go there.
It's too complex because there's too much blood on the hands of certain leaders.
It's something I'd never want to promote as though I fully believe it, because I can't get a good enough instance of it to make up my mind. It just
kind of lingers there in the back but one thing can't be denied.
This master plan is falling apart... and that's the best evidence on my hunch I can give for consideration, but I'll have to let you ponder about
As for working with non allies being another thing... yeah... a BETTER thing, because the axis has constructed itself around resisting the empire of
the west who has a very long history of dirty deeds in the name of global economic control.
What makes it scary is the hard stance of socialism that makes the so called free concerned for their future well being.
Those are people too.... don't forget that... so what you need to pay attention to is not form of government but who is inciting violence around the
If you would not sacrifice a few privileges for someone to put an end to this evil, then you'll never understand my point of view anyway.
I do not believe the socialism of today is the socialism of yesterday... but at the same time I risk sounding hypocritical reminding you of the
history of the capitalist empire.
Here's the thing, I'd like to forget it too.
It's the ones on the Empirical path who refuse to forget it because they think the world belongs to them.
The reason many are so afraid is because deep down I think we know Russia and China could obliterate us.
The reality is they've yet to do it.
They express their condemnation for perpetuating bloodshed while still trying to extend cooperation.
The US is comprised of many people and I'm sure there are some that they cannot stand, but that doesn't go for everyone. That doesn't go for the
ones who consider their stance and try to return that cooperation.
So there's mixed emotions surrounding a hard line.
This shouldn't surprise anyone, but who has been more adult about that recently, because it certainly isn't the leaders of our democracy. What some
of our politicians have to say in the news is downright embarrassing.