Started by Goldfinch, February 22, 2022, 05:07:55 PM
Quote from: King Wenceslas on February 23, 2022, 04:10:19 PMA history lesson for approval of naked aggression across an international recognized border. Pining away for the return of the Soviet Union? Stick around you just might see its return during the next three years.
QuoteThis type of reasoning the US would have to return Southwestern US to Mexico. Anyone up to that challenge?
Quote from: mikemac on February 23, 2022, 06:32:27 PMAny Ukrainian remembering the Holodomor would have very good reason not to want to be under the influence of Russian control ever again.
Quote from: Prayerful on February 23, 2022, 06:43:32 PMThe experience of Holmodor resulted in widespread support for German sponsored military formations in WW2, even if the Germans could be grudging and sometimes hostile.
Quote from: King Wenceslas on February 24, 2022, 12:23:32 PMActually, Russia's ties to the Ukraine goes back centuries. Kviv came first, Moscow second.Don't rewrite history due to your pro-Russian views and pro-invasion bias.
QuoteAre you a Russian bot?
Quote from: mikemac on February 24, 2022, 05:10:30 PMIt is an obvious question, considering your's and a couple of other's strange pro-Russian stance. Especially after King Wenceslas posted that video of Putin's take on nuclear war with the Russians laughing with his comment. Just deranged.
Quote from: mikemac on February 24, 2022, 06:41:11 PMWell sympathy for Putin certainly is strange no matter who it comes from, especially after we see the mad man's take on nuclear war. Anyone that sees that and still has sympathy for Putin is off their friggin rocker. Sorry, it's the only way to say it.
Quote from: Goldfinch on February 24, 2022, 07:43:02 PMQuote from: mikemac on February 24, 2022, 06:41:11 PMWell sympathy for Putin certainly is strange no matter who it comes from, especially after we see the mad man's take on nuclear war. Anyone that sees that and still has sympathy for Putin is off their friggin rocker. Sorry, it's the only way to say it.Let me guess: traditional Catholics should have sympathy for International Jewish finance (Zelensky is a Jewish agitator that has provoked yet another war), secular Western democracies (all inspired by the Enlightenment, being essential in the de-Christianization of society) and the glories of the free market (another brainchild of Freemasonry and the Jewish mind)?At least Russia has a reasonable historical claim to the Ukraine and can function in the future as a convenient instrument of chastisement. What do the US and Europe have to offer us now? More usury, more wars in the Middle East to spread democracy, more secularism, more gay rights and more transgenderism? Vade retro, Satana!