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    Funny how WW3 is just around the corner..

    Based only on the will/whim of a single bored man

    The US gets shredded into pieces the instant Russia's green grass decides to hit the grinder

    #2
    What does Russia's green grass hitting the grinder mean?

    Sincerely,
    Politically ignorant
    "Brevity is the soul of wit." Hamlet, William Shakespeare.

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      #3
      The instant Russia is attacked, it will retaliate against its number one target

      Hum ne tou dubna hai hi sanam, saath tumko bhi le dubein ge

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        #4
        I'm starting to get concerned
        "Brevity is the soul of wit." Hamlet, William Shakespeare.

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          #5
          Unfortunate the egoistic wreck that is the US couldn't learn a thing or two from its immediate neighbor

          Have always been a legit fan of Canada and the way it conducts itself under the most testing of circumstances. A proper sweetheart by all means!

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            #6
            *Sighs*
            The 535 gluttonous idiots [US congressmen] are never on the same page when it comes to approving the right laws. But when it's something like this, hey.
            "Brevity is the soul of wit." Hamlet, William Shakespeare.

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              #7
              US been resisting deployment of Russian missiles in cuba (near US) in the name of security since1962, yet doing the same thing along Russian borders in Europe. Putin will not tolerate this bullying anymore.

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                #8
                Russia also paid $14B to bail Ukraine and its economy out on guarantees Ukraine will never ever join NATO

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                  #9
                  Just the uncertainty of whether an all-out war is about to breakout or not, is frustrating enough.

                  On an even lesser positive note, the doomsday clock currently sits at 100 seconds to midnight. Sucks that I won't be able to listen to Two Minutes To Midnight by Iron Maiden no more since we're well past that.
                  "Some people believe that necessity is the mother of Invention, but they're wrong, its War" - James May

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                    #10
                    And thus, the US continues to lose. Russia continues to gain strongholds, while also acquiring clients for it's mineral oil overloads

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                      #11
                      In the words of a common Pakistani "Amreeka vichhh ho gya"
                      We are all in the same game, just different levels•
                      Dealing with the same hell, just different devils•

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                        #12
                        I think America has gained immensely from it's conflict with Russia. Just like a hunter sets up a trap with live bait to catch it's prey, US used Ukraine. With every passing day Ukraine is getting smaller, darker and colder. After Ukraine, the biggest looser of the conflict between the US and Russia is Europe. Germany is Europe's industrial powerhouse. Brands like Siemens, BASF, SAP, Mercedes, BMW, Bosch, Audi, Bayer, Volkswagen, Porsche, Adidas, Puma, Braun, and so many other world famous manufacturers are from Germany. It was cheap Russian gas that powered those factories for decades. Now that cheap gas is gone !

                        Many of those organizations have made plans to permanently move manufacturing out of Europe. Most likely destination for that manufacturing is USA. Many suppliers of Airbus are doing so as well. Meanwhile, Europe is getting flooded with refugees and weapons. Effectively, the only non-essential industry that is staying in Europe is tourism.

                        Another live bait of the US in Aisa-Pacific is Taiwan. Taiwan's TSMC is the world's biggest and most advanced chip manufacturer. On one hand US is "helping" Taiwan to stand up to China, while on the other hand US has created perfect conditions for TSMC to relocate it's most advanced factories to the US, which TSMC always used to keep inside Taiwan. As a result all the Taiwanese suppliers to TSMC will move to the US as well.

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                          #13
                          Originally posted by decentGuy View Post
                          I think America has gained immensely from it's conflict with Russia. Just like a hunter sets up a trap with live bait to catch it's prey, US used Ukraine. With every passing day Ukraine is getting smaller, darker and colder. After Ukraine, the biggest looser of the conflict between the US and Russia is Europe. Germany is Europe's industrial powerhouse. Brands like Siemens, BASF, SAP, Mercedes, BMW, Bosch, Audi, Bayer, Volkswagen, Porsche, Adidas, Puma, Braun, and so many other world famous manufacturers are from Germany. It was cheap Russian gas that powered those factories for decades. Now that cheap gas is gone !

                          Many of those organizations have made plans to permanently move manufacturing out of Europe. Most likely destination for that manufacturing is USA. Many suppliers of Airbus are doing so as well. Meanwhile, Europe is getting flooded with refugees and weapons. Effectively, the only non-essential industry that is staying in Europe is tourism.

                          Another live bait of the US in Aisa-Pacific is Taiwan. Taiwan's TSMC is the world's biggest and most advanced chip manufacturer. On one hand US is "helping" Taiwan to stand up to China, while on the other hand US has created perfect conditions for TSMC to relocate it's most advanced factories to the US, which TSMC always used to keep inside Taiwan. As a result all the Taiwanese suppliers to TSMC will move to the US as well.
                          Temporarily, maybe. But it (US) ought to ultimately lose owing to all the peek-a-boo it be busy playing tryna interfere/sneak into other countries businesses. Clearly, there has to be a reason as to why a number of countries are busy out there looking for alternatives/switching to other means of currencies because of her over the top non-stop bullying. India has become Russia's biggest oil importer along with a number of other countries looking to secure more deals. All it takes is a China/Russia merger and BOOM. Another watery apocalypse will be incoming the US's merry ways. Six year old killed/shot his teacher I hear? Schit be happening for a reason!

                          The US is well aware of the fact that the day the US $ is replaced by a different currency it will lose it's moral ground to speak, for it is the most in debt country on earth. And the majority of the debt it owes belongs to China

                          It will take China 6 hours max to put it's flag on Taiwan. What the US be simply doing here is using Taiwan as it's pawn, just like it used Ukraine

                          P.S. Not to mention the deaths caused by Opiods/Fentanyl abuse. Divorces. Rapes. Abortions. Candy named storms.
                          Last edited by Exoduss; 3 days ago.

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                            #14
                            ^^ As far as India importing Russian oil massively is concerned, I think that is a great win for India. Not only India is buying cheap Russian oil but is also exporting some of that oil to Europe at premium prices. But that is not all, India is benefiting from US-China rift as well as some big brands such as Apple are relocating their suppliers to India. India's "paanchon ungliyaan ghee main aur sir kardhaai main". And US can do nothing to India for being friends with both sides of the war because there are so many Indians in the US now that they have become a very powerful constituency. Entire neighborhoods have become 90+% Indian in front of me. The sheer numbers mean that they have entered into government as well. Even White House is full of Indians now.

                            On the other hand, Pakistan cannot import oil and gas from next door Iran due to US pressure.

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