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与沙特王储穆罕默德·本·萨勒曼(Mohammed bin Salman)的友好拳头碰撞可能不会是这样一个决定性的时刻——如果拜登没有首先站稳脚跟。

在 2020 年竞选期间,拜登表示,当他遇到王子时,他会像对待“贱民”一样对待他,因为他授权谋杀和肢解华盛顿邮报专栏作家贾马尔·卡舒吉。

至于拜登对他如何闭门对抗 MBS 的描述,沙特人对他的说法提出异议,而且他的许多同胞都不相信拜登。

为什么? 因为乔·拜登有在个人遭遇中将自己描绘成英雄的历史,而很少有同时代人以这种方式回忆他。

经典故事是拜登经常讲述的故事,作为黑人社区的一名泳池保安,一名名叫玉米波普的帮派头目因违反规则而被拜登勒令离开泳池。

当拜登当天离开时,Corn Pop 正等着他,带着三个帮派成员,手里拿着一把直剃刀。 他说,拜登拿着一条 XNUMX 英尺长的链子,面向他,Corn Pop 后退了。

不管那件事的真实情况如何,60 年前,拜登在他执政的 18 个月里,就他作为三军统帅如果受到挑战将采取的行动发出了大量警告和威胁,从而树立了他自己和他国家的信誉在线上。

在访问中东之前,当被问及是否会使用武力阻止伊朗获得核武器时,拜登回答说:“如果这是最后的手段,是的。”

访问期间,美国和以色列签署了一项联合承诺,拒绝向伊朗提供核武器。 我们现在承诺。

鉴于美国在本世纪在中东打了五场战争——阿富汗、伊拉克、叙利亚、利比亚、也门——人们会认为这个国家会谨慎地与世界上最大的大国之一打一场新的战争。地区。

当俄罗斯总统弗拉基米尔·普京在乌克兰境外集结部队并一再要求保证乌克兰不会被纳入针对俄罗斯的北约联盟时,拜登政府拒绝了。

随后是二月份的入侵,在拜登随后的威胁中,他要求罢免普京的呼吁实际上被宣布为战争目标。

“看在上帝的份上,这个人不能继续掌权,”拜登在波兰大声疾呼,白宫工作人员匆忙收回了这一声明。

除了我们运往乌克兰的武器——远程火炮和火箭——拜登在马德里举行的北约峰会上宣布,美国将加强其在欧洲的军事存在。

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美国陆军第五军的永久总部将迁至波兰。 另外两个 F-35 战斗机中队将被转移到英国 更多的防空能力将被转移到德国和意大利。 将增加美军在波罗的海地区的轮换部署。 美军将被调入罗马尼亚。

美国在欧洲的军队将从大约 60,000 人增加到 100,000 人,拜登发誓普京的入侵“不会以俄罗斯在乌克兰击败乌克兰而告终”。

但是,如果普京卷起顿巴斯,拜登如何保证俄罗斯的入侵将被击退,这是无法解释的。

自俄乌战争爆发以来,拜登还向瑞典和芬兰提供了第5条战争保障,承诺将它们带入北约。

从北极到黑海,从冰岛到爱沙尼亚,现在我们有义务保卫 30 个欧洲国家。

2021 年,拜登表示,可追溯到 1950 年代的美菲共同安全条约意味着,如果美国试图收回南海的礁石和礁石,美国将出手保卫马尼拉。

据拜登白宫称,美国在与日本的条约中的战争保证延伸到尖阁诸岛,中国也声称拥有该群岛。

XNUMX 月,在东京,拜登对记者关于他是否愿意“从军事上介入保卫台湾”的问题给出了肯定的回答。

“这是我们做出的承诺,”总统说。

不是这样。 美国于 1979 年取消了其保卫台湾的正式承诺,以《台湾关系法》取代了一项联盟条约,该法要求美国帮助装备台湾进行自卫。

白宫工作人员再次试图推翻拜登关于我们将为台湾而战的声明,因为自理查德尼克松北京之行以来美国的政策是台湾“是中国的一部分”。

我们已经向欧洲以及中东和亚洲的国家开出了数十张空白支票,他们来为保卫他们的边界而战。

然而,对我们来说最关键的边境,美墨边境,每个月都被 100,000 万移民占领,其中最严重的移民带来了去年杀死 XNUMX 万美国年轻人的芬太尼。

好斗的乔对此几乎没有做任何事情。

帕特里克·J·布坎南(Patrick J. Buchanan)是《尼克松的白宫大战:造就和打败总统并永远分裂美国的战争》的作者。

 
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  1. tiger_road 说:

    “… fentanyl that killed 100,000 of America’s young last year”

    Perhaps this sad statistic is the best indicator of the destruction of the US social fabric. Unless the sacred values of God, family and country are forcefully implemented in
    the young minds (specially young women) the US will cease to exist as a nation and as a country.

    • 谢谢: Emslander
    • 回复: @tyrone
  2. Franz 说:

    我们已经向欧洲以及中东和亚洲的国家开出了数十张空白支票,他们来为保卫他们的边界而战。

    我们是谁???

    Dementia has a lot of symptoms and inappropriate anger is usually near the top.

    “We” are being taken to war by President Non-Compos.

  3. History will record that the United States of America had the easiest borders to defend, and surprisingly failed in it, dissipated its energies in fighting distant countries that never threatened the American main land or American interests; it was finally brought down by its mismanagement of things that were easier to manage.

    As for Biden writing blank cheques, writing rubber cheques is not a big deal.

    • 同意: ruralguy, Jim H, vox4non
  4. roonaldo 说:

    When it comes to pugnacity, that’s a result of his mental dysfunction–recall his outbursts while campaigning and hostility when a reporter challenges him.

    His warlike declarations just happen to be what comes into his garbled, degenerated neural complex, unless one believes he’s capable of playing to a strategy of bad cop vs. his handlers’ good cop–which is doubtful for someone who must carry notes saying “YOU sit down,” can’t handle teleprompter scripts, and repeatedly “handshakes with dead people.”

    As for the likelihood his Corn Pop story is true, well, weigh that against whoppers he pulls from the meandering labyrinths of memory…

    –had an appointment to the naval academy but declined since he knew he couldn’t beat out Roger Staubach….

    –had a full-ride academic scholarship for law school, graduated in the top half of his class, and won the moot court competition…

    –played football at Delaware and embarrassingly walked into the women’s locker room when they played Ohio University…

    –used to drive 18-wheelers…

    –wife and daughter died due to a traffic accident caused by a truck driver who’d been drinking…

    –never once spoke to Hunter about his business dealings…

    –said the covid jabs prevent covid infection and that the unvaccinated would die horrible deaths in the coming winter along with their families…

    –took two covid jabs plus two boosters…

    –inflation and high gas prices are Putin’s fault…

    –received 81 million fair and square votes…

    –walked on the moon; scaled Mount Everest in sandals, and shorts; swam the English Channel; wrestled polar bears during an arctic expedition; beat Kasparov at chess; taught Tiger Woods how to golf…

    OK, so I made that last bunch up–musta got infected with Biden hemorrhagic fever…

    • 哈哈: Kolya Krassotkin
    • 回复: @Emslander
  5. JR Foley 说:

    Corn Pop or Pop Corn –as corny as Barney Griffith.

  6. Emslander 说:
    @roonaldo

    Making stuff up is a side effect of MRNA.

  7. Myths can grow around the “facts” of heroic instances: it gives empires the myth they can rule in perpetuity. At the heart of power there is a myth: that power is real, it’s not – it’s an illusion.
    https://patternofhistory.wordpress.com/

  8. @Franz

    I agree completely. This article is very sloppily written, not only the example cited by you, but also this little gem.

    自俄乌战争爆发以来,拜登还向瑞典和芬兰提供了第5条战争保障,承诺将它们带入北约。

    Firstly, how can Finland and Sweden have a “Article 5 war guarantee” when they are not even in NATO at this moment.

    Secondly, how can Old Bloke Joe unilaterally and verbally give an assurance to that effect? He can’t.

    Thirdly, Article 5 is not a “War Guarantee”. This point has actually been made by Buchanan in previous articles.
    Here’s the full text.

    5条
    双方同意,在欧洲或北美对他们中的一个或多个进行武装攻击应被视为对他们所有人的攻击,因此他们同意,如果发生此类武装攻击,他们中的每一个人在行使个人权利时或《联合国宪章》第 51 条承认的集体自卫,将协助受到攻击的一方或多方,单独并与其他各方共同采取行动, such action as it deems necessary, including the use of armed force,以恢复和维护北大西洋地区的安全。

    Any such armed attack and all measures taken as a result thereof shall immediately be reported to the Security Council. Such measures shall be terminated when the Security Council has taken the measures necessary to restore and maintain international peace and security .

    It only guarantees such action as the parties deem necessary.

    • 回复: @Greta Handel
  9. @Franz

    接得好。

    I used to spend 20 minutes or so highlighting the pronoun propaganda in some of Mr. Buchanan’s columns. More recently, I focused on the complementary “Article 5 war guarantee” lie that’s also recycled in this one.

    It’s been therapeutic, and helpful in thinking things through about what this country has become and really been about during my lifetime. I’d like to think that my comments also helped others here to see through 古保守先生 and realize that he’s now just a sentry posted on the Right flank of the Red+Blue political Establishment.

    But it seems stale and pointless lately, like kicking an empty piñata around on the floor. Whoever writes this drivel isn’t going to be deterred, and his last loyalists from years ago aren’t likely going to turn on him at this point.

    • 谢谢: Franz
    • 回复: @Franz
  10. anonymous[139]• 免责声明 说:

    He’s the most pathological liar and fabricator we’ve ever has in the White House and that’s saying a lot since there’s been many. Just a stupid, deceitful grifter his entire life who has made his home in politics. And here he is, president of a nuclear armed country. It would be a joke except there’s nothing funny about this joke.

    • 同意: Legba
  11. follyofwar 说:

    This pretend president’s “gaffes” are no longer funny. They never were. It is critical for his “advisors” to rise up and stop him before it is too late. Maybe the military will. They are the ones who will be doing the fighting and dying. The leadership can’t all be on board for nuclear war, can they?

    Just yesterday, I heard that American and UK commandoes are the ones operating the HIMARS. The Ukrainians don’t know how to use them. That certainly give Russians the right to kill them. Putin is about to take the gloves off. Americans illegally fighting in Ukraine will soon be coming home in body bags. All hell is about to break lose. And it’s all due to Biden and his Jewish Russia-hating neocons.

    Biden’s pugnacious outbursts are typical of an old man with dementia, yet he remains in office. Obviously the 25th Amendment means nothing. Maybe we’ll get lucky and Covid will take him out.

  12. George 1 说:

    Don’t forget. We also must go to war with Iran under certain conditions, which it seems are approaching fast. Israel will demand it you see.

    The funny thing is we could not win any conventional war against China, Russia or Iran with our current military. We would reap the whirlwind with just Iran. If you liked the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan, you will love the war with Iran. Lost Legions much.

    And… If it goes nuclear no one wins.

    • 同意: follyofwar
  13. @Verymuchalive

    Thirdly, Article 5 is not a “War Guarantee”. This point has actually been made by Buchanan in previous articles.

    The second sentence is wrong — the point’s been made by the 提意见, including me, who’ve repeatedly called out his lying.

    • 同意: Kali
    • 回复: @Verymuchalive
  14. anon[301]• 免责声明 说:

    Why are you picking on that old vegetable? CIA is what makes biden so pugnacious.

  15. Mr Biden is contributing to high gas prices by his inane attack on US petroleum production; as for the joint declaration with Israel pledging to prevent Iran from getting a nuclear weapon; the US is not ”committed.’ Tel Aviv will not attack Iran without permission of the US; and US has undoubtedly secretly instructed its client state not to attack the Islamic Republic. Iran is essentially a bigger Iraq; roughly three times the geographic size with more than twice the population, and any American president knows a war with Iran would be the end of their presidency. It is why even the most pro-Israel president Trump declined war with Iran. Mr Biden cannot give war guarantees to Finland and Sweden; and Mr Erdogan is still threatening to hold up their acccesion to NATO unless he gets what he wants. As for the pledge to defend Taiwan if I was government in Taipei I would not put much stock in it; the USA has no formal defense treaty with Taiwan and it is quite likely USA would not intervene no matter what Mr Biden or other American officials say. As for Phillipines yes US has a defense treaty with them but you can be assured USA Government has warned Manila not to try anything or provoke China. And as for the bleeding US border; that is by design by Mr Biden. He knows he is not running for re-election so he has two and a half years to flood America with illegals to create what he believes to be a permanent Democratic majority.

    • 不同意: Shafar Nullifidian
  16. Anon[271]• 免责声明 说:

    Joe is compromised as well as his son. He does what he is told. He may have not even wanted to run for president to be honest. This is a Deep State presidency.

    • 同意: Brad Anbro
  17. Joe BiteMe has never been in a physical confrontation in his cuck criminal life. Definitely the sort who acts tough, then runs home to daddy, who then hires someone to beat up BiteMe’s enemy.

    Total pimple dick.

  18. tyrone 说:
    @tiger_road

    the US will cease to exist as a nation and as a country.

    ……..That’s the plan ……dystopia dead ahead.

    • 回复: @Legba
  19. Biden is a stupid sellout shabbos goy piece of shit loser, and this is how he will be remembered.

    • 回复: @sarz
  20. sarz 说:
    @Robert Dolan

    Biden is not a shabbos goy. He’s a halachic Jew. While a senator, he voted in the US sponsored Iraq election of January 2005, using his Baghdadi Jew maternal grandfather’s Torah as proof of Iraqi descent. CNN covered the event prominently, showing Biden holding the Torah and showing Biden’s stained finger as proof of his having voted.

    Like Trump (and Nancy Pelosi), another crypto-Jew, much of his political activity flows naturally from this fact of identification.

    • 回复: @Tony
  21. Legba 说:
    @tyrone

    That WAS the plan. It worked. The nation and country are dead and rotting. The stink is becoming too noticeable to ignore. Maybe the next thing will be better, maybe not but ‘America’ is no longer a thing

  22. Mulegino1 说:

    What makes Brandon so pugnacious?

    Obviously it was his charge up San Juan Hill that did it.

  23. @Greta Handel

    Actually, Buchanan made this point about Article 5 of NATO in several articles he wrote for 美国保守党. OK, this is quite a number of years ago, when Sailer, Unz etc still wrote for the magazine, and that magazine was still worth reading.

    Now, he seems to have forgotten that he did so, or, rather, the people who write his articles have forgotten. Either way, he should retire immediately.

    • 回复: @Greta Handel
  24. Tony 说:
    @sarz

    Nigga please. Lay off the fentanyl.

  25. TG 说:

    “What Makes Biden So Pugnacious?”

    Because being a complete Neo-liberal sock-puppet running dog lickspittle corporate whore with powerful friends means never having to say you’re sorry.

    • 回复: @Verymuchalive
  26. Franz 说:
    @Greta Handel

    What I find distressing is that he will most certainly be replaced by a younger version.

    Pat replaced Bill Buckley, so whoever in the next generation that’s ready will get the slot.

    The old media is sort of equivalent to the paleontologists who sift through dinosaur feces to see what their diet was and what might have killed them. We read our pundit dinosaurs to unscramble the inscrutable nature of the regime, but right, it’s too much drudgery for too little payoff.

  27. @Verymuchalive

    OK, let’s lay this out and clear it up. Because it’s not that anyone writing these columns has “forgotten” about Article 5.

    Consider. In “Where Does NATO Enlargement End?” published January 11, 2022, Mr. Buchanan misleadingly quoted a 被截断 portion of the document, as demonstrated there in comment #5. (Please, go look for yourself.)

    He has since propagandized about the purported “war guarantee” without quoting 任何 of the text. That’s apparent, indisputable, and willful misrepresentation.

    I’ll accept your 美国保守党 recollections. But people here should understand this columnist for what he’s become: the Right jamb of the Overton window, obscuring dissident views of Uncle Sam. The Establishment is not threatened when a supposed “Mr. Paleoconservative” helps to sell war to gullible Americans as “our” legal obligation.

    • 回复: @Verymuchalive
  28. Dub Will 说:

    Why do I increasingly agree with every word that comes out of Pat Buchanan’s mouth? To be honest, I once considered him a small-minded isolationist who blindly trumpeted the “conservative” party line. No longer. Today’s Pat, seems to me, is reasoned, balanced, and nuanced. Is it me, Pat or the world that has changed and made us strange bedfellows?

    • 回复: @Greta Handel
  29. @Dub Will

    You’ve converged.

    继续。

  30. @Greta Handel

    The Establishment is not threatened when a supposed “Mr. Paleoconservative” helps to sell war to gullible Americans as “our” legal obligation.

    I don’t think Pat Buchanan actually writes these articles anymore. As I’ve written previously, hacks have obviously been employed to squeeze the last dollar out of Buchanan’s syndication gig. For all we know, Buchanan may be in a nursing home as we write. Nothing would surprise.

  31. Hrw-500 说:
    @Verymuchalive

    That reminds me of that antisemitic editorial toon who depicted Trump and Netanyahu. https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-6984947/Cartoonist-drew-anti-Semitic-New-York-Times-image-political-issue-not-religious.html

    I wonder if someone will update that cartoon showing Biden or Kamala or someone else as the dog if Biden pass away more earlier then they expected?

  32. I agree Pat, Biden is a nut.

    “Sweden and Finland have made the important decision to seek NATO membership after thorough and inclusive democratic processes in each country. NATO guarantees the security of one billion people in Europe and North America—united by our shared commitment to democratic principles and our vision of peace and prosperity in Europe and around the world. And my commitment to NATO and Article 5 is ironclad. ”
    https://www.whitehouse.gov/briefing-room/statements-releases/2022/05/18/statement-by-president-biden-on-the-applications-to-nato-by-finland-and-sweden/

    • 回复: @follyofwar
  33. CBB 说:

    What makes Biden pugnacious? A well deserved inferiority complex. And it didn’t start with dementia. Remember his claims described by the LA Times back in 1987 to voters in New Hampshire:

    “I went to (Syracuse) law school on a full academic scholarship,” said Biden, who has been beset by revelations that he plagiarized in law school and used portions of a speech by British Labor Party leader Neil Kinnock without credit.

    On the tape, Biden says he “ended up in the top half” of his class.

    “I won the international moot-court competition. . . . I was the outstanding student in the political science department (as an undergraduate). . . . I graduated with three degrees from college,” Biden told the questioner.

    A clearly angered Biden added: “I think I probably have a much higher IQ than you do.

    Last week, however, the presidential candidate said at a news conference that he had finished 76th in a law school class of 85. Records he released indicated he had a partial, need-based scholarship as well as student loans.

    Even Hunter picked up on it. On the Judiciary committee, Biden saw all the nominees coming from Harvard and Yale. He’d sometimes try to show off his “shared” knowledge: “You and I know,” he repeatedly told Clarence Thomas, who recently reminisced that he had no idea what the hell Biden was talking about. So when it came time for Hunter’s “law” education, Senator Syracuse Joe of the Judiciary Committee pulled strings to get “the smartest guy I know” transferred to Yale.

    • 哈哈: Emslander
  34. gay troll 说:

    As Stevie Wonder defined it, superstition is when you believe in things that you don’t understand. Thus the overwhelming majority of people, at least, are superstitious about nuclear weapons. In the exact same way they are superstitious about other tales of American exceptionalism, like the moon landings. If you don’t understand something then you can take it on faith. You can build your entire world view upon it.

    There is this discipline called 科学 wherein true claims can be validated by predicting results (e.g. a moon landing or a nuclear explosion). The key to science is replicability. The fact is that our legendary moon walks and nuclear attacks have never been replicated, not by us nor anyone else. One superstition serves to engender hope, and the other fear. These are the twin pillars of our post modern theater: atomic energy and the moon. Time for a proof. White House press secretary on the moon, or Tsar Bomba over an American city. Otherwise I am putting Einstein on the shelf between Harry Potter and the Bible.

  35. TGD 说:

    Biden was caught in lies and plagiarism during the 1988 democrats’ primary and had to drop out. He was dead politically until Obama resurrected him as his vice presidential running mate in 2008. Obama picked Biden because Obama wanted a vice president who wouldn’t outclass him. That was “dotard Joe.”

    The “deep state” picked Biden to run against Trump because Trump was upsetting “the new world order” and needed to be replaced. All of the money and resources that the deep state could muster were aligned against Trump. But in order to assure Biden’s victory, substantial election cheating went on, which was covered up by the Jews’ media.

    • 回复: @follyofwar
  36. follyofwar 说:
    @shelbyboxedcar

    You are much too kind in calling Biden a nut. How about a senile, dementia-ridden, morally repugnant, homicidal psychopath who is leading the world to Nuclear Armageddon. Fixed it for ya.

  37. follyofwar 说:
    @TGD

    I’ve often wondered how much vote tampering went on in the democrat primaries. Biden’s campaign was going nowhere until Rep. James Clyburn endorsed him before the South Carolina primary. Biden then went on to win Super Tuesday by big margins, with every candidate dropping out except Bernie and anti-war Tulsi Gabbard. Biden became an unstoppable force, though his senility was already clear to those who bothered listening. Clyburn must be the greatest Kingmaker in US history.

    I remain confused as to why Bloomberg dropped out after spending 5 billion or so on his high-octane TV campaign, only to quit right after Super Tuesday (his only date on the ballot), when he finished a respectable third. Bloomberg had the money to knock out Biden, and he still had his marbles. NYC, where he spent 12 years as a successful mayor, hadn’t yet descended into a crime-infested dystopia, as happened under DeBlasio. He was a much better candidate than senile Joe. Would he have green-lighted a war with Russia, as has the Biden Regime? We’ll never know.

    While the fix was in to take out Trump, was the fix also in to take out Bloomberg, the only real threat to take the nomination from Biden? (Bernie was never a threat). The abrupt turning of the primaries after Clyburn’s endorsement smells to high heaven. That should be investigated too.

    • 回复: @Scut Farkus
  38. incitatus 说:

    Biden “pugnacious”? Really?

    “Donald Trump appears to shove world leader [Montenegro’s Prime Minister] out of the way at Nato summit”
    -Independent 25 May 2017

    https://www.independent.co.uk/news/world/americas/donald-trump-shove-montenegro-prime-minister-dusko-markovic-nato-summit-brussels-a7756186.html

    “Trump greets the President of Montenegro by nearly elbowing him in the face after failing to pat his back”
    -DailyMail 12 Jul 2018

    https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-5947069/Awkward-moment-Donald-Trump-greets-President-Montenegro-nearly-elbowing-face.html

    What’s Trump’s beef with Montenegro, Pat? Slovenian Barbie family feud? She had no idea Congress was under siege 6 Jan 2021. Doubtless she was baking bread, cleaning the White House kitchen or talking to her chain-migration Communist parents.

    Meanwhile, Trump’s day-old brainstorm:

    “As president, I wanted to give myself the Congressional Medal of Honor, but they wouldn’t let me do it…they said that would be inappropriate,”
    -Donald J. Trump 23 July 2002 Turning Point USA Summit

    And this, Pat, is the leader of your party? “Person, Woman, Man, Camera, TV”?

    Sure you don’t wan’t WWE Vince McMahon? He may be available if you act quickly.

  39. @follyofwar

    I’ve often wondered how much vote tampering went on in the democrat primaries

    This. Brandon was a dud in the early polling, and debates, as was Chlamydia. Suddenly they emerged victorious. A portent of things to come, apparently.

  40. haha 说:

    “What makes Biden so pugnacious?”

    Short answer: dementia

    Long answer: An aging con-man, never too bright and now suffering advanced dementia, put up as a front by the powers that be. An ugly, decrepit puppet with strings attached that control every movement of his just as the teleprompter feeds every word that he utters.

  41. Pugnacious? Bc he a US-er. It was a business enterprise masquerading as “country.” Fighting for a buck, everything abt \$. That’s what they do. They’re empty, and filled with mass psychosis/group think. Most US-ers stood for nothing except hu\$tling and huckstering. They are and were ontologically, intellectually, and emotionally vacant. The USians always have to be in opposition to something (“negative identity”). They define themselves but WHAT they’re in opposition to.

    Hence, emptiness and anger and vitriol bc the USians were fed a bunch of lies/propaganda/marketing for the mythological “dream” thing. The “country” was founded on genocide and stealing land for endless imperialism/colonialism–and haven’t stopped since. They WILL double down on stupid.

    Onward and downward amigos.

    • 回复: @Jokem
  42. Jokem 说:
    @Gary Sudder

    The “country” was founded on genocide and stealing land for endless imperialism/colonialism–and haven’t stopped since.

    Name a country that did not do this.

    • 回复: @Gary Sudder
  43. @Jokem

    Thank you Jokem for your reply Sir, Madame.

    By far, the US empire is most ruthless in this regard. Yes, other countries have done atrocities but nothing in the magnitude of the business enterprise masquerading as a country. How one can say, USA with a straight face is beyond most thinking persons.

    Look at the Tokyo fire bombing (‘forget the 2 nuclear dropped), starving 500,000 Iraqi children in Iraq, My Lai massacre, Vietnam in general, Ludlow incident, Commodore Perry in the Orient, Korean War wiping out almost 20% of the population, etc..etc..etc. all in the name of imperialism and colonialism.

    And yet, the US empire keeps on doing this over and over and over again. they cannot help themselves. Infinite expansion with finite resources. That’s mental illness.

    Of course, many USians will expel oral flatulence abt “freedom”..LOL

    What “freedom” does a USian have in the U.S.? The freedom to sit around a bitch about the government certainly, but go out and actually challenge the system like the Standing Rock protesters did and you quickly find out you have no more “freedom” than they supposedly have in China or other “evil” country of the month club to feed MIC and those think tanks/academics (propagandists).

    You’ve got the freedom to buy an AK-47 and go out and potentially shoot up the neighborhood, but if you consistently speak or act in manner outside of a very narrow socially acceptable norm, you will quickly lose your job, your health care access (if you have it) and your home–and not long after that you’ll end up just as dead in the street as if you were struck by a riot policeman’s bullet. The other possibility is that the HK protesters are aspiring hustlers who want to live under an American style system so that they can be “free” to become millionaires or billionaires by ruthlessly exploiting their citizens, because THAT is what American “freedom” really means. The Stars and Stripes only represent “freedom” because the modern propagandists in Hollywood and Madison Avenue (aided by the “intelligence” community) are better than Joseph Goebbles was at selling the “big lie” here at home and around the world, when in fact America is the greatest source of death, destruction and human misery on the planet.

    And as for whether America will even experience a “Tiananmen,” we already do–a little bit every single day: Police have killed 5,000 Americans since Ferguson protests.

    Onward and downward amiga/amigo!

    • 回复: @Jokem
  44. Jokem 说:
    @Gary Sudder

    Most of what you detail here was done during wartime, which has a different standard.

    Compared to the number of people the Nazi’s exterminated, those Stalin wiped out and the ones Red China did away with the USA has a lot of catching up to do.

  45. Thank you for your reply Sir, Madam.

    The US empire amigo/amiga is ALWAYS at war. It’s in their DNA. They have a negative identity which is why most USians are empty and debased. Their identity is what they’re in opposition to. If you’re always in opposition to something and that’s one’s identity, then what helluva way to “live.” In fact, it’s not living. It’s dying.

    Most USians LOVE this way of living. They want what the us empire is offering. There’s no top down duping, or being “forced” etc..They eagerly participate in the US “democracy” “freedom” charade. The Wool isn’t being pulled over their eyes, the wool IS their eyes.

    向前和向下。

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