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I meant to say prayerful but I said King W twice.

Must be the morphine patch.
. It's like Toad Hall in here.  ;D
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General News and Discussion / Re: Peterson on Putin
« Last post by Frank on Today at 09:10:45 PM »
Jordan Peterson STUNS Lex Fridman on Vladimir Putin!!!



Who is Fridman - here's who:
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lex_Fridman#Early_life

I thought the comments were interesting. This one in particular.
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He's also jewish, like Poroshenko, Yatseniuk, Zelenski, Turchinov, Kolomoiski, Victoria Nuland, Alexander Vindman, et cetera.

ZOG at work?


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Coffee and Donuts / Re: taking a break until
« Last post by Kaesekopf on Today at 09:00:00 PM »
Good luck!  Hope to see you soon!
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The History Subforum / Re: Falkland (Islas Malvinas)
« Last post by Julio on Today at 08:47:32 PM »
SOVEREIGNTY IS NOT PERMANENT.

The celts don't own most of Britain.  It is owned by the ancestors of Norman invaders

Look at any map of countries over time.  Borders are shifting always and everywhere as decades pass by.
There you are wrong. I mentioned the Treaty of Westphalia from the very start of our arguments because that was the forerunner of the concept of sovereignty, Greg. The "birth of modern nations," as it is recognized today was from that treaty. The concept of permanence of sovereignty is a legal truth. Not my invention but the truth in law. Take note that Argentina obtained its nationhood and became a sovereign nation in 1816 long after the concept of sovereignty in its modern idea was made as the Treaty of Westphalia became the law of the powers that be. Argentina derived its sovereign powers from Spain that must be respected by other nations like Britain. The invasion was illegal and cannot be validated by time.

You seem not to understand the legal implications of sovereignty, Greg, with all due respect.
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Coffee and Donuts / taking a break until
« Last post by andy on Today at 08:45:42 PM »
Hi everybody,

I really need to revise my internet habits and have quite a bit of non financial debt (maintenance of all sorts, paperwork, etc) I need to "pay off" at this point of my life. So signing off now and hopefully this move will make me more focus in next few months. I have learned a lot from all of you on many levels and I am sure I come back at some points with a clear conscience. God bless all of you.

Andy

Logging out ...
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General News and Discussion / Peterson on Putin
« Last post by Frank on Today at 08:39:01 PM »
Jordan Peterson STUNS Lex Fridman on Vladimir Putin!!!



Who is Fridman - here's who:
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lex_Fridman#Early_life
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The History Subforum / Re: Falkland (Islas Malvinas)
« Last post by Greg on Today at 08:37:42 PM »
SOVEREIGNTY IS NOT PERMANENT.

The celts don't own most of Britain.  It is owned by the ancestors of Norman invaders

Look at any map of countries over time.  Borders are shifting always and everywhere as decades pass by.
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General News and Discussion / Re: Russia Invades Ukraine
« Last post by Julio on Today at 08:34:20 PM »
Blinken:"No nation can redraw the borders of another by force"

Blinken:"Golan Hieghts is very important to Israel's securiy as long as Assad is in power in Syria"

Because Jews don't have to follow international law either
No one is saying that Israel is doing it legal the way Russia is doing it legal. Either of them is not doing any just war, imho. I have personal support both for Russia and Israel, but my opinion does not make their act valid, legal or moral.
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General News and Discussion / Re: Russia Invades Ukraine
« Last post by Greg on Today at 08:31:43 PM »
Blinken:"No nation can redraw the borders of another by force"

Blinken:"Golan Hieghts is very important to Israel's securiy as long as Assad is in power in Syria"

Because Jews don't have to follow international law either
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