Oh Boo Hoo

Posted by $ Abaco 2 months, 1 week ago to News
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First off...I'm confident we will keep the money flowing to Ukraine. Second, I oppose a proxy war against such a massive nuclear power. Third, and perhaps most importantly, we're broke.
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    Posted by mccannon01 2 months, 1 week ago
    Pull the plug on Ukraine and spend the money on our own borders. If Ukraine wasn't bombing their own people and NATO stayed out of it, Putin would have stayed home and this mess wouldn't be happening. At this point it's hard to sort out who's the most corrupt: Moscow, Kiev, or Washington DC. NIFO.
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    • Posted by tutor-turtle 2 months, 1 week ago
      1: The current Ukrainian regime are Nazis. Not Nazi wanna-be's, but real swastika wearing, goose-stepping Nazis and all that goes with it.
      2: They are the most corrupt Western nation in the world. Bare none.
      3. Ukraine is the Number one money laundering capital of the world.
      4. Ukraine has 48 bio-weapons labs (Source: the US Pentagon)
      5. Ukraine may not hold the title of number one, but they are heavily in evolved in Drug Trafficking, Human Trafficking, Child sex-slave Trafficking, Weapons Trafficking including bio-weapons.
      6 Ukraine has been at almost continuous war for over 500 years. The [place is known as the "Bloodlands" for very good reasons. For the vast majority of those 500 years, they have been under Russian rule and leadership, the minority of the time they were under Polish domination (which tells you everything you need to know why Poland thinks they have a dog in this fight)
      7. All the tens of billions of our (borrowed) tax dollars pouring into that quagmire is going into the pockets of the oligarchs, US defense contractors, untimely into the pockets of the DNC in the form of campaign contributions.
      8. We have depleted our stock of munitions for the ugly goal of facilitating the deaths of 700,000+ (and counting) Ukrainian men and an equal number of injured. We gave them cluster bombs. Banned by every treaty we've ever signed. Little wonder why our allies no longer trust us.
      9 Much of the munitions have been sold on the black market and are now in Africa, Mid-East, Asia, and South America where they will ultimately be used to kill Americans. Just like Afghanistan.
      10. We have no vested interest in this hell-hole. We have no dog in this fight. This charade was used to provoke Russia into a Vietnam situation to weaken them Not only have we not weaken them, the whole of Russia has rallied around Putin. They are much stronger, have more men and munitions then they're had in 35 years and the are and will use that power and influence to topple the US petro dollar to our great dismay.
      11. We have such asswholes running our country/world right now that they are driving us into nuclear war, economic armageddon or both.

      Other than that, I have no strong feelings on the matter.
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  • Posted by $ allosaur 2 months, 1 week ago
    Politicians and other war profiteers who keep pocketing money do not care how many people keep getting killed in this war that Quid Pro Quo Sell-Out Traitor Joe does not want to end.
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  • Posted by term2 2 months, 1 week ago
    Biden has a love affair with Ukraine. Second, he felt he had to show bravado relative to Russia. Third, he is creating a stalemate in Ukraine. Just enough aid to keep Russia fighting but not winning or losing. Eventually just resulting in no more ukraine
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  • Posted by CaptainKirk 2 months, 1 week ago
    Well... If you can't do it alone.
    Then STOP doing it.

    Rethink the 14,000 Russians living in Ukraine that you killed BEFORE Russia invaded (since the color revolution the USA led)...

    And maybe negotiate a peace deal?

    Or... Does that trigger some contract default where the WEF gets your land without paying?
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  • Posted by $ 2 months, 1 week ago
    We have a clear connection between one of the first payments to Ukraine being transferred, in part, back to the Prez. That's all this really is.
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  • Posted by Lucky 2 months, 1 week ago
    Look at the photos of various parts of Ukraine- it is so clean!
    Not even leaves in the streets. Are all the pics taken in Kiev?

    An answer to my question, Yes. So many men of draft age, it has to be the capital where there are exemptions.
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  • Posted by $ blarman 2 months ago
    Most of Ukraine's problems have stemmed from US involvement - and that's not hyperbole. It was the US who promise Ukraine that if they got rid of their nuclear weapons - a deterrent to Russian aggression - that we would protect them despite that being illegal (we have no treaty or mutual defense pact with Ukraine). On top of that, the US - and especially the Democrats - have been exploiting the corruption in the Ukrainian government post-collapse of the USSR to make millions of dollars hidden from the IRS.

    Russia isn't the biggest threat to the Ukrainian people - we are.
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  • Posted by NealS 2 months, 1 week ago
    How would the Biden's maintain their income stream if we stopped sending money to Ukraine? I think we need an investigation to see how many other politicians (the one's making all the noise) are on the take. It's no different than when the Clinton's were in power, only they did a better job of hiding it.
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