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    Quote Originally Posted by Think for myself View Post
    Apparently so.
    It's "who benefits". Pretty straight forward... but no MSM source reports on That, so, while the answer is Simple, finding it, not necessarily as easy.
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    Quote Originally Posted by bmanmcfly View Post
    It's "who benefits". Pretty straight forward... but no MSM source reports on That, so, while the answer is Simple, finding it, not necessarily as easy.
    Indeed, as the answer seems to exist wholly in your imagination.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Think for myself View Post
    Indeed, as the answer seems to exist wholly in your imagination.
    If I had half as good an imagination as you seem to think, I would much prefer to write fiction novels and get a paycheck, rather than wasting my time trying to convince people that they are on a planet called earth.
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    Weird how the countries well out of missile range of Iran are the most excited for that piece of shit deal.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Macduff View Post
    Weird how the countries well out of missile range of Iran are the most excited for that piece of shit deal.
    Say, have you ever seen or are aware of any actual deal that was signed?

    Others have looked, it seems the whole deal was actually some sort of executive order... I'm not sure, but, in terms of timeline, it was about 6 months after that deal was made where North Korea had successful nuke test, and started that round of tensions.

    If I were to speculate; the people want Iran nukes because they are running out of potential ww3 triggers... "Maintain the population of the earth at no more than 500 million world wide, in perpetual harmony with nature." - Georgia guide stones.

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    Quote Originally Posted by NightSwimmer View Post
    Honestly, I'm okay with the US giving up it's role as a leader in world affairs, even if that was not Donald Trump's intention. The only thing that I would ask in return is that we scale back the outrageous level of taxpayer spending on our ridiculously bloated military, and divert those funds instead into doing some "nation building" right here at home.
    I understand the sentiment very well, and I'd even be inclined to agree, especially about the bloated levels of our military spending, except that we are creating a power vacuum with our lurch towards isolationism, and the two people most happy to fill that power vacuum will be Mr. Vladimir Putin and Mr. Xi Jinping.

    And I don't happen to share their ideologies or their visions of what would make a happy planet Earth.
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    What is to save? Why can't all of them just continue with their clusterfuck?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Paris View Post
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    Good to see the world moving past America.
    Well, that's want corrupt Republicans want, for the US to be a corrupt 2nd world satellite of Russia. The rich are getting richer. All is good.

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    Quote Originally Posted by OldGaffer View Post
    His mind is so embroiled in conspiracy theories he cannot see simple truths.
    Irony.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BigLeRoy View Post
    I understand the sentiment very well, and I'd even be inclined to agree, especially about the bloated levels of our military spending, except that we are creating a power vacuum with our lurch towards isolationism, and the two people most happy to fill that power vacuum will be Mr. Vladimir Putin and Mr. Xi Jinping.

    And I don't happen to share their ideologies or their visions of what would make a happy planet Earth.

    I agree, but on 5/15/2018, is our own Dear Leader really any better?
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