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  • Guruhead
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    There u go. Not part of the conference agenda.

    https://swoogo.s3.amazonaws.com/uplo...​​

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  • bl8d
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    Originally posted by pudubny View Post
    Turkey-Syria-Kurd situation has gone south quickly, how could anybody know that was going to happen? Trump says anyone who wants to interfere can including Russia or Napoleon. Great respect for the people obviously. Now talking about sanctions against Turkey, maybe pulling out of the arms agreements. Turkey is an important ally in the ME we were told.
    Within a few weeks I doubt he will be able to say they are even friends. Then his supporters will say we never needed them or wanted them anyways. That's easier than admitting to themselves Trump was wrong.
    That Trump calls Kim a friend is telling. Trump can't distinguish between friend or foe, never having had a friend for very long.
    He treats an ally as someone you make deals with in an alley, so he can disavow them and the deal later.


    We already know his record of abandoning associates that pose a threat to his reputation, or threaten to create a political embarrassment.
    His insecurity needs to be fed if the Dem want to make any headway.

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  • Fredk
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    Originally posted by pudubny View Post

    Yes, their is great consensus from everyone that something should be done after something that shouldn't have been done actually happened when everyone told him it would happen. After everyone disagreeing I have created the chaos in which agreement can happen.
    For Trump, this is seen as leadership.
    What is it for a congress that doesn't seem willing to actually do anything? More leadership?

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  • pudubny
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    Originally posted by Bellyhungry View Post
    Well...Now the US is sanctioning Turkey after Trump gave them the go-ahead to attack the Kurds.

    The whole world is looking at the US like: Dude! WTF!


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    Yes, their is great consensus from everyone that something should be done after something that shouldn't have been done actually happened when everyone told him it would happen. After everyone disagreeing I have created the chaos in which agreement can happen.
    For Trump, this is seen as leadership.

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  • pudubny
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    Originally posted by Guruhead View Post

    Whether you like the decision or dislike it, Trump has been consistent from the beginning.

    Defeat ISIS
    do not use US troops to take sides in local skirmishes unless there are US interests
    It's is not in the US interest to secure the well being of allies who fought for you, took the major burden of street fighting ISIS?
    Hey, what are friends for?
    He didn't have to use troops, he could have simply said don't do it.

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  • pudubny
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    Originally posted by Mule56 View Post

    Hemants told us.
    A rare venture into the multi-account swamp Mr. Mule. But well timed and completely hilarious. Nudge nudge, wink wink.

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  • Fredk
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    Originally posted by luv2kruz View Post
    Guruhead=SA2.0
    I think so.

    Edit: Just saw Mule's post. Definately Hemants/SA2.0

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  • luv2kruz
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    Guruhead=SA2.0

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  • Guruhead
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    Originally posted by pudubny View Post
    NATO ally? How many NATO allies have had economic sanctions implemented against them? How many have had arms agreements undone?
    Its got nothing to do with how many US troops are in the danger zone, it has everything to do with bad decisions. First he trusted Turkey to be reasonable, secondly he abandoned the Kurds.
    I understand they are part of NATO but they have got pretty close to Vlad. There are plenty in NATO who are questioning if they should be in it.
    But the message sent was really important. In the future the US will need allies in other parts of the world. Yemen, Phillipines, Kashmir, Afghanistan, etc. How much trust will those allies have that the US will stick around and support them when most of the fighting is done? Not much I'm afraid. And it was completely avoidable. All Trump had to say was that Turkey was not to enter Syria. Then make sure they knew that US forces were in the target zone.
    You can try to believe these decisions were the right ones but that's only Trumpland. Bad policy, bad decisions, and now he has very few or no good options.
    Whether you like the decision or dislike it, Trump has been consistent from the beginning.

    Defeat ISIS
    do not use US troops to take sides in local skirmishes unless there are US interests

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  • pudubny
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    Originally posted by Guruhead View Post

    Disagree. One cannot control every YouTube video shown on a phone or laptop to other people.
    I am willing to bet this was shown at a breakout room event sponsored by the organizers. If you check the agenda of the event, "Memetics" was a feature break-out lecture available to attendees at 10am on the last day. Attendees would have a choice during that break out to attend one of 5 different lectures. We shall see but all of those lectures should have been reviewed for content before going live.
    But attendees also could choose great content like the Myth of Climate Change or Voter Fraud lectures. Must see events for the "alternative facts" crowd.
    see here.
    https://americanpriority.com/ampfest...thenewmovement

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  • Mule56
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    Originally posted by Guruhead View Post

    And how do you know it was an official conference exhibit?
    Hemants told us.

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  • Bellyhungry
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    Well...Now the US is sanctioning Turkey after Trump gave them the go-ahead to attack the Kurds.

    The whole world is looking at the US like: Dude! WTF!


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  • luv2kruz
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    Russia is the common thread in most of Drumpf's actions.

    ttps://www.cnbc.com/2019/10/11/russia-is-common-thread-between-trumps-ukraine-and-syria-problems.html

    As said before many times, he's definitely Putin's b**ch and when Putin says jump, Drumpf asks how high? I can imagine them saying that if you don't do what we want, we will call in our loans and expose you for the financial fraud you are and bankrupt him again. Can you imagine how Drumpf would be if he had no money? This picture comes to mind.

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  • pudubny
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    Originally posted by Guruhead View Post

    US troops mission was to fight ISIS not protect anyone from a NATO ally.

    And remember we are literally talking about 100 special forces, not an army of thousands.
    NATO ally? How many NATO allies have had economic sanctions implemented against them? How many have had arms agreements undone?
    Its got nothing to do with how many US troops are in the danger zone, it has everything to do with bad decisions. First he trusted Turkey to be reasonable, secondly he abandoned the Kurds.
    I understand they are part of NATO but they have got pretty close to Vlad. There are plenty in NATO who are questioning if they should be in it.
    But the message sent was really important. In the future the US will need allies in other parts of the world. Yemen, Phillipines, Kashmir, Afghanistan, etc. How much trust will those allies have that the US will stick around and support them when most of the fighting is done? Not much I'm afraid. And it was completely avoidable. All Trump had to say was that Turkey was not to enter Syria. Then make sure they knew that US forces were in the target zone.
    You can try to believe these decisions were the right ones but that's only Trumpland. Bad policy, bad decisions, and now he has very few or no good options.

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  • Guruhead
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    Originally posted by WWFS View Post

    When it's an "official" conference exhibit, you damn well better control it.
    And how do you know it was an official conference exhibit?

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