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American GIs troops finally in Poland and, thank God, there's more to come



mafketis 16 | 4,837    
8 Apr 2017  #691

Well, can you think of a single American operation since 1990 that has had a positive, permanent effect?

That's a big negatory. Though there is a method to their madness.

Systemic changes are taking place in the world wide economic order (governments ending the current citizenship contract is one of them). Changes of similar magnitude usually erupt into major wars. Part of the US strategy is keep smaller conflicts simmering with no conclusion in the hope that major war can be avoided by the big countries taking out their aggression in proxy conflicts (supposedly a strategy from the 1990s).

I think it won't work but it's all they've got now (besides hunkering down and waiting for the bombs to start splodin' everywhere).


johnny reb 14 | 2,265    
8 Apr 2017  #692

Anyone who refuses is not kicked out but reassigned to somrthing more to his liking.

You are joking me.........right ?
Are they let off on week ends to go home to see their Mothers too ?
So they are clueless to what the American G.I.'s sacrifice for the world.
I don't think General George Patton would have shown such compassion.
Thanks for sharing that Pol.
Now I understand why American G.I.'s are needed in Poland.
Crow 137 | 5,910    
8 Apr 2017  #693

The Middle East is a fragmented hell-hole and cesspool similar to the Balkans

you too easily say `similar to Balkans`. But, what you know of it. In both cases, in any similar case in the world, you have situation that there were natives and invaders. Invaders always disrupt the situation and left some influence behind them. That influence could be religious, cultural, changed ethnic structure of regional population, shifted balance of power, catted old wealth routes and new established, political, etc, etc. Then, you always have situation that natives tend to regain self-control. Then comes the friction. For example, when Serbians started liberation from Turks, British lords started to consider Serbians as `factor of instability`. See, for British Empire, Ottoman occupation of the region was desirable and for them it was `status quo`, something good. They were absolutely ignorant on desires and interests of my people. On the other side, medieval Poland and later Russia distinguished themselves in effort to support Serbian liberation. Sure, for their own reasons but, we Serbians didn`t complaint. Before Turks, Romans disrupted regional balance. After Turks, Germans disrupted balance in the region. Italians, too. France, Britain, too. See, it shows that they didn`t just ignore Serbian interest. They ignored vital Polish interests, too. They knew better then Poles, what is good for Poles. They are omnipotent and omnipresent because they need something. Their children need something and have right to it. Rest of us? What are we and our children? Infidels for manipulation, servants, slaves... that

Now you come and talk `similar to Balkans` being previously hardly f****d in the brain by mainstream media about `Balkans`.
Ironside 46 | 8,406    
8 Apr 2017  #694

Here is today's News about it in America today.

Ah, come on:
youtu.be/h0cNuPd2CDk
NoToForeigners 7 | 858    
8 Apr 2017  #695

Johnny - USA killed 200 civilians 2 weeks ago in Mosul with air strikes

It's no problem. It wasn't Aassad. Brave Americans save lives of those killed ROFL

Ask the families of those 200 deceased if they needed US troops on their soil.
johnny reb 14 | 2,265    
8 Apr 2017  #696

if they needed US troops on their soil.

Ask the ones that are being slaughter by their own the same question.
Crow 137 | 5,910    
8 Apr 2017  #697

Countries in the world acts internationally, in coordination with UN or we don`t have international order. No complaints later.

See, I now thinks that we Slavs have full God given right to reclaim everything what was ever taken by force from Slavs. For example eastern Germany. That for starter. Simple. There must be order.
OP Polonius3 1,019 | 12,575    
8 Apr 2017  #698

You are joking

Neither Poland nor the US have conscritpiotn any more, so those who are in the armed forces have chosen that as a career to earn a living. When there's a draft, every able-bodied man is inducted whether psychologically fit for combat or not. Polish soldiers today are eager to go on foreign missions because of the high pay. For some it is also na adventure
Crow 137 | 5,910    
8 Apr 2017  #699

War seams romantic only as long as soldier believes that fights for side that have moral advantage and winning.
OP Polonius3 1,019 | 12,575    
8 Apr 2017  #700

ignore Serbian interest

Just like Serbs ignored Croatian, Bosnian and Slovenian interests when Yugoslavia was coming undone. Every nation thinks first of all of itself, its own goals, interests and priorities. So don't be surprised that Brits, Italains, French and others do likewise.
Crow 137 | 5,910    
8 Apr 2017  #701

Just like Serbs ignored Croatian, Bosnian and Slovenian interests when Yugoslavia was coming undone. Every nation thinks

Slovenians are nation. Their interests were not ignored.

Croatian and Bosnian? In majority, Serbians who were seduced by the foes, not to be Serbians. Still, even their interests were not ignored. Their sponsors wanted to use them to seduce more Serbians onto the dark side but miscalculated. Now, Croatian and Bosnian societies crumbles from within, while Catholic and Islamized Serbians want to brake free.

Every nation thinks first of all of itself, its own goals, interests and priorities.

Some nations are created to serve foreign interests, not its own. Actually, by its meaning, nation is younger then people. Nation inherit from people, due to all kind of circumstances.

So don't be surprised that Brits, Italains, French and others do likewise.

Yes, nations. Not people. They despise people from which they inherit. As you know, their ancestors were Slavs (ie Sarmatians). Meaning, among else, they would be happy only if all Poles drop dead.
Marsupial - | 924    
9 Apr 2017  #702

Pointless stuff nothing to do with poland at all.
gregy741 3 | 981    
9 Apr 2017  #703

am only hope,them neocons cowboys dont drag us into war. been watching Lindsay graham interviews,him and his best friend mccain are nuts.just see him talking with tucker carlson. hilarious.Mccain basically said he wants war with Russia.

i mean,wtf was that in Syria with them tomahawk strike?did Trump gone mad?and stupid Waszczykowski is sticking his fingers into mess he got not a clue about. he wants to increase Polands troops involvement in middle east crisys .

someone should tell this idiot,that this dirty politic in middle east is best to stay away from..this is not Polands league.we not even local power.

beside,i wanted to hear whats your opinion on that gas attack.do you believe Assad did that?i wonder,whats your opinion.
my guess is ,Trump got cornered by neos and democrats in regard of his "Russia friendship" so he did attack to show hes not. all for Public.or just playing strong leader.
Crow 137 | 5,910    
9 Apr 2017  #704

beside,i wanted to hear whats your opinion on that gas attack.do you believe Assad did that?

who knows that and, exactly that is the problem. We don`t know. Maybe Turks did it, Americans themselves, Russians, we don`t know. Point is that USA proved itself as world policeman, for too many years already, who knows everything. But, rest of us knows only about Iraq, Libya, former Yugoslavia, etc mistakes of world policeman. USA must start to obey to UN resolutions and that`s it. Every country in the world must or there would be even bigger chaos.

Pointless stuff nothing to do with poland at all.

but it is about Poland. See, Poland is in alliance with powers and societies which truly don`t give a sh** about Poland and sincerely wants that Poles drop dead.
OP Polonius3 1,019 | 12,575    
9 Apr 2017  #705

world policeman

Yes, teh USA is a global gendarme defending freedom and democracy world-wide.
He isn't perfect and can make mistakes, but whom would you prefer to have as world policeman -- Russia, Britain, China, Saudi Arabia, Turkey, France, Brussels?

Never forget, if it wasn't for US involvement, most of Europe would have been under German rule in the wake of World War One and Two. In both cases it was UNCLE SAM TO THE RESCUE!
Crow 137 | 5,910    
9 Apr 2017  #706

In both cases it was UNCLE SAM TO THE RESCUE!

By waging 99% of wars on foreign soil? By entering in WWI after half of the conflict was over? My dear, US declared war on Germany on April 6, 1917. By that time AH Empire was already on the certain way to oblivion, as well as Germany. In WWI, Slavs paid biggest price for freedom, by that ruining most of Germanic power.

I didn`t expect such a nonsense from you. What they learned you in school? Are you that totally brainwashed?

Anyway, sorry to aggravate your delusion but Slavs stooped Hitler too, not USA. Also, those were Slavs who saved Europe from Turks.

As for profits from wars, USA indeed was first.
gumishu 11 | 4,661    
9 Apr 2017  #707

Anyway, sorry to aggravate your delusion but Slavs stooped Hitler too, not USA.

if it weren't for the US help the Soviet economy would have collapsed during the war - thanks to lend-lease Soviet troops wore American boots, ate American cattle and flew American planes
Crow 137 | 5,910    
9 Apr 2017  #708

business. It was business for USA. For Slavs it was the matter of life or death. Slavs crashed Germanics, not USA.

Not to mention that if there was no business with USA, Germany even wouldn`t strengthen that much to represent such a huge threat to world and to Slavs.

Actually, if there was no USA, world wars maybe wouldn`t even happen. If you go deeper in analysis you coming to conclusion that communism wouldn`t emerge if there was no such a greed (rapid industrialization) of western Europe and USA. That`s what created socialist ideas and communist ideology. Later that communist ideology, directly by Germanics, after they trained Lenin, was exported to Russia where capitalist/industrial class started to form. By that, it cut natural evolution of Russian society and penetrated foreign ideas, for foreign profiteers. Then, by chain reaction, communism was from Russia, unleashed on all Slavs, slowing all of us down.
Marsupial - | 924    
9 Apr 2017  #709

As if Turkey or 500 years ago makes any diff now. That doesn't even rate a mention. It's ancient history and westerners only teach such stuff in extremely specialised study so no one knows about it either. Its all completely unrelated and has nothing to do with gis in Poland. It's just ranting, is it trying to hide the girgling gas victims on my tv from view? Obviously you have only censored commie news so you didn't see that while you typed this insane historical babble on the wrong forum.
OP Polonius3 1,019 | 12,575    
9 Apr 2017  #710

lend-lease

Before the Rooskies repainted all the lend-lease tanks they bore the letters USA. When simple red army privates asked their CO's what that meant, they were told it stands for: Ubijom Sukinsyna Adolfa!
weg05    
9 Apr 2017  #711

thanks to lend-lease Soviet troops wore American boots, ate American cattle and flew American planes

Not true. They did drive American trucks, though. Several hundred thousand of them and they made a difference.
Crow 137 | 5,910    
9 Apr 2017  #712

I think that we can conclude who made a big business and who broken the Nazis. USA made business and Slavs broken the Nazis.
johnny reb 14 | 2,265    
10 Apr 2017  #713

So who do you think the smart one was ?
weg05    
10 Apr 2017  #714

Slavs broken the Nazis.

As Norman Davis calculated it, the Soviet Union provide 90% of the allies fighting man-days and the USA provided the trucks. You cannot fight without logistics.
Crow 137 | 5,910    
10 Apr 2017  #715

My dear, USA was logistics to Hitler, too.

today > US Senator John McCain `worry` because of Eastern Europe > In talks with Serbian PM Vucic in Belgrade > McCAIN IN BELGRADE IN MURDEROUS SEDUCTION >>>

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US Senator John McCain says he and Serbian PM Aleksandar Vucic on Monday spoke about two world wars starting "in the region of Eastern Europe."

McCain worried by Russia; says "two world wars started here"
b92.net/eng/news/politics.php?yyyy=2017&mm=04&dd=10&nav_id=100986

PM Vucic meets with US Senator McCain in Belgrade/PHOTOS
b92.net/eng/news/politics.php?yyyy=2017&mm=04&dd=10&nav_id=100976
Crow 137 | 5,910    
10 Apr 2017  #716

Are all humans of western European origin that small? I mean, like this McCain
gregy741 3 | 981    
10 Apr 2017  #717

I mean, like this McCain

hes a nasty piece of work.him and Lindsay graham.shame to see USA and Britain are biggest supporter of terrorism world wide.i had hopes for Trump,but hes proven to be puppet of neocons.

its not a joke.look at a USA support for gulf states.everyone knows they are the one who export wahhabism and terrorism worldwide.
my guess is ,that USA have deal with gulf state,to keep blind eye on this in return for gulf states using dollars in oil trade.and invest billions into USA ans GB property market.

even yesterday L.Graham said that reason for Assad must go policy is that Gulf arabs and Israel want him go.it has nothing to do with alleged gas attack.
jon357 70 | 12,793    
10 Apr 2017  #718

Are all humans of western European origin that small?

Have you seen Medvedev? Or for that matter Jaroslaw Kaczynski...
johnny reb 14 | 2,265    
10 Oct 2017  #719

Americans are taught about the greatness of their country during ww2 when in fact there was just the fight against Japanese and a few of their pilots in Europe fighting.

What was Normandy all about then Mr.Wizard.




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