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Austria Brandenburg 
twitter.com/realDonaldTrump/status/12886.. ahahahah he is malding because we trade with russia hahahaha
2020-07-30 01:48
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lmao
2020-07-30 01:49
Trading with terrorists isnt really a problem, now is it?😎👍
2020-07-30 01:49
but trade with USA ok? double standards
2020-07-30 01:50
Trade with the US is ok because they arent terrorists, dumbo
2020-07-30 01:51
russia terrorists but USA not?
2020-07-30 01:52
Do I really have to explain everything to you? Alright, I’ll make it simple. Russia supports terrorists all over the world, takes land from sovereign nations just because they want it, breaks any international laws and agreements they want, gives no proper human rights to their people and is one of the most corrupt countries in the world. The US invaded Iraq because they annexed a sovereign nation, supports democratic uprisings and that’s it. Not to say they’re angels, but it’s incomparable. Hence russia=terrorists The USA=not terrorists
2020-07-30 01:56
hahahahahahaha
2020-07-30 01:57
XAXAXAXAXAXA USA made al qaida and ISIS they invaded all of middle east they are worse than russia 100%
2020-07-30 01:57
Good to know the US made up ISIS, thanks. There will no proofs as usual, but you seem like a trustworthy guy so I’ll just trust you on this one. I also didn't know Iraq is “all of the middle east” but you should know better so I’ll just trust you on this one as well. You’ve opened my eyes, thank you! #GOTEAMRUSSIA
2020-07-30 01:59
2020-07-30 02:00
They only invaded Iraq. Maybe read the page? But it’s clearly irrelevant to the topic. You’re completely right.
2020-07-30 02:02
2020-07-30 02:11
>war crimes investigation >”invaded” Also >investigation >confirmed facts
2020-07-30 09:41
but the USA funded coups against democratically elected leaders in countries which were socialist to make socialism look bad and install a puppet dictator
2020-07-30 12:40
>democratically elected >commies The only examples of them actually doing that are the “banana republics” and that was a loooong time ago. You could argue about Haiti, but there are is speculation only regarding US involvement in the coups
2020-07-30 12:48
no there isnt speculation, it's all confirmed what they did.
2020-07-30 14:43
Of course it is
2020-07-30 16:12
Read the page and understand what I was talking about
2020-07-30 16:17
LOOL rekted him
2020-07-30 03:16
REKT
2020-07-30 03:29
The US funded groups in the 80s that became the taliban and al qaida. But yeah bad russia
2020-07-30 10:55
Good to know the US made up the taliban and al quida, thanks. There will no proofs as usual, but you seem like a trustworthy guy so I’ll just trust you on this one.
2020-07-30 11:36
You probably take nothing as proof thats the problem. Operation Cyclone is the name
2020-07-30 12:34
“The origins of al-Qaeda can be traced to the Soviet War in Afghanistan (December 1979 – February 1989).[6] The United States viewed the conflict in Afghanistan in terms of the Cold War, with Marxists on one side and the native Afghan mujahideen on the other. This view led to a CIA program called Operation Cyclone, which channeled funds through Pakistan's Inter-Services Intelligence agency to the Afghan Mujahideen.“ >russia invades a sovereign nation >the us sends funds to that country for them to defend themselves against invaders, who are also their biggest enemy >Many years later some of those rebels create Al-Queda EVIL AMERICANS CREATED AL QUEDA!!!
2020-07-30 12:39
the United states have a history of funding terrorism and rebel organizations they are exactly like russia, if it is in there interest to support a terrorist organization they wont hesitate to do it. thats basically all it comes down to with the two countries, if its in there interest then they will support it. the United states never created al queda or the Taliban but they funded and supposedly trained the mujahideen who's members would later form the Taliban. the US has also funded other organizations like the Contra rebels in Nicaragua, who used terror tactics in their fight against the Nicaraguan government from 1981 to 1991. Both countries are guilty of supporting terrorism.
2020-07-30 12:50
You gave me one occasion - Nicaragua. So much text yet little to no actual info
2020-07-30 12:57
"United States support for non-state terrorists has been prominent in Latin America, the Middle East, and Southern Africa. From 1981 to 1991, the United States provided weapons, training, and extensive financial and logistical support to the Contra rebels in Nicaragua, who used terror tactics in their fight against the Nicaraguan government. At various points the United States also provided training, arms, and funds to terrorists among Cuban exiles, such as Orlando Bosch and Luis Posada Carriles. Various reasons have been given to justify this support. These include destabilizing political movements that might have aligned with the Soviet Union during the Cold War, including popular democratic and socialist movements. Such support has also formed a part of the war on drugs. Support was often geared toward ensuring a conducive environment for American corporate interests abroad, especially when these interests came under threat from democratic governments." "In 1984 the Nicaraguan government filed a suit in the International Court of Justice (ICJ) against the United States. Nicaragua stated that the contras were completely created and managed by the U.S.Although this claim was rejected, the court found overwhelming and undeniable evidence of a very close relationship between the Contras and the United States.The U.S. was found to have had a very large role in providing financial support, training, weapons, and other logistical support to the Contras over a lengthy period of time, and that this support was essential to the Contras. In 1984, the ICJ ordered the United States to stop mining Nicaraguan harbors, and respect Nicaraguan sovereignty. A few months later the court ruled that it did have jurisdiction in the case, contrary to what the U.S. had argued. The ICJ found that the U.S. had encouraged violations of international humanitarian law by assisting paramilitary actions in Nicaragua. The court also criticized the production of a manual on psychological warfare by the U.S. and its dissemination of the Contras. The manual, amongst other things, provided advice on rationalizing the killing of civilians, and on targeted murder. The manual also included an explicit description of the use of "implicit terror." Having initially argued that the ICJ lacked jurisdiction in the case, the United States withdrew from the proceedings in 1985. The court eventually ruled in favor of Nicaragua, and judged that the United States was required to pay reparations for its violation of International law. The U.S. used its veto on the United Nations Security Council to block the enforcement of the ICJ judgement, and thereby prevented Nicaragua from obtaining any compensation." "The United States government provided support to several Cuban exiles after the Cuban Revolution in 1959, especially under the administration of George H. W. Bush. Among the most prominent of these were Orlando Bosch and Luis Posada Carriles, who were implicated in the 1976 bombing of a Cuban plane. Bosch was also held to be responsible for 30 other terrorist acts, while Carriles was a former CIA agent convicted of numerous terrorist acts committed while he was linked to the agency. Other Cuban exiles involved in terrorist acts, Jose Dionisio Suarez and Virgilio Paz Romero, two other Cuban exiles who assassinated the Chilean diplomat Orlando Letelier in Washington in 1976, were also released by the administration of George H.W. Bush." "The FR Yugoslav authorities regarded the ethnic Albanian Kosovo Liberation Army (KLA) as a terrorist groupthough many European governments did not. In February 1998, U.S. President Bill Clinton's special envoy to the Balkans, Robert Gelbard, condemned both the actions of the Yugoslav government and of the KLA, and described the KLA as "without any questions, a terrorist group". UN resolution 1160 took a similar stance. At first, NATO had stressed that KLA was "the main initiator of the violence" and that it had "launched what appears to be a deliberate campaign of provocation". The United States (and NATO) directly supported the KLA. The CIA funded, trained and supplied the KLA (as they had earlier trained and supplied the Bosnian Army).As disclosed to The Sunday Times by CIA sources, "American intelligence agents have admitted they helped to train the Kosovo Liberation Army before NATO's bombing of Yugoslavia".In 1999, a retired colonel said that KLA forces had been trained in Albania by former US military working for MPR" "The United States has provided extensive lethal and non-lethal aid to many Syrian militant groups fighting against the Syrian government, an ally of Russia, during the Syrian civil war.Through operation Timber Sycamore, several billions dollars worth of weaponry were delivered to a wide array of Syrian Jihadist groups, many of which often fought alongside al-Qaeda's al-Nusra Front and ISIS. The Syrian government has directly accused the United States of sponsoring terrorism in Syria, despite videos of rebel fighters engaging in cannibalism and public executions circulating online.The United States government was also criticized by Iran for its silence following the beheading of a child by the Islamist group Nour al-Din al-Zenki, a group that is a recipient of US military aid and is accused of many war crimes by Amnesty International. an investigation by journalists Phil Sands and Suha Maayeh revealed that rebels supplied with weapons from the Military Operations Command in Amman sold a portion of them to local arms dealers, often to raise cash to pay additional fighters. Some MOC-supplied weapons were sold to Bedouin traders referred to locally as "The Birds" in Lajat, a volcanic plateau northeast of Daraa, Syria. According to rebel forces, the Bedouins would then trade the weapons to ISIL, who would place orders using the encrypted WhatsApp messaging service. Two rebel commanders and a United Kingdom weapons monitoring organization maintain that MOC–supplied weapons have made their way to ISIL forces. Another study conducted by private company Conflict Armament Research at the behest of the European Union and Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit found that external support for anti-Assad Syrian rebels "significantly augmented the quantity and quality of weapons available to [ISIL] forces,"including, in the most rapid case diversion they documented, "anti-tank weapons purchased by the United States that ended up in possession of the Islamic State within two months of leaving the factory.""
2020-07-30 13:28
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Argentina Joedash
One thing is supporting and answering the SOS call of a country, and the other is formally forming a terrorist group. Both are way too different, if USA trained the dwellers of a country to be able to defend themselves, and then those dwellers use that for bad after whatever happened, the is not US fault but people's decision.
2020-07-30 13:35
read my next comment, they havent just answered a call for help from a country, they have funded actual terrorist organizations, im not saying they are the only ones all the "rich and powerful" countries do it and im sure there is evidence out there of countries like the UK, France, China ect supporting terrorist organizations. if its in there interest then they will support it, morale high ground gets thrown out the window once your interests become involved, like my home country for instance was supportive of the Timor-Leste independence from Indonesia movement but are heavily against the West Papua Independence movement even with Indonesia's Human rights abuses in West Papua, why? because Indonesia let Australia mine in West Papua. once interests become involved moral high ground means nothing.
2020-07-30 13:48
#94
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Argentina Joedash
I agree with you tho, but i just dont know why some people hate on USA when if they countries had their chances, they would do the same. The controversy and hypocrecy is hella annoying and it sicks me tbh.
2020-07-30 14:28
they didnt send funds to the country though lmao. They funded independent people.
2020-07-30 14:42
There were no organizations. They sent money to leaders of the resistance. What the fuck does that change?
2020-07-30 16:13
tldr
2020-07-30 16:45
Russia=bad
2020-07-30 16:47
i'm laughing my fucking ass off
2020-07-30 20:38
Hahaha... You are stupid.. Usa has provided weapons to most of the terrorists organizations in the past, they have supported taliban and also started the rebel in iraq.. Go and watch some vice episodes to know the real truth.. Usa is just after weak countries resources.. It ain't a saint
2020-08-01 07:19
good bait
2020-07-31 17:17
BECAUSE WE ALL KNOW THAT THE USA ARE THE GOOD GUYS WHEREAS THE RUSSIANS AND ALL EX SOVIET COUNTRIES ARE THE BAD GUYS IN THE WORLD HENCE S1MPLE AND NAVI ARE THE BIG BAD AT CSGO 2020
2020-07-30 03:22
come to brazil
2020-07-31 17:17
I know trade with USA is a crime biggest terrorist in the world
2020-07-30 12:36
First, let's define what is meant by Terrorism; "the unlawful use of violence and intimidation, especially against civilians, in the pursuit of political aims", so USA is undeniably the biggest fucking terrorist group in the world. They had invaded Iraq, Afghanistan, bombed Yemen, Syria, Libya, sanction Iran, North Korea, Venezuela, Cuba, causing millions of civilian death, tens million lost their home just because of the difference in political ideology. USA is literally the biggest threat to humanity's peace, they started or participated in 14 wars after WW2, and almost none of them US can be justified as the "justice" side.
2020-07-30 16:29
All of them can be justified as the “justice” side. They were either against dictators, commie dictators or simple communists. And the funniest thing, all of these were legal, hence not terrorism in any way. And yes, I’m still waiting for you to move on from the pathos and start giving me proves of your links. “sanction Iran, North Korea, Venezuela, Cuba, causing millions of civilian death”, - yeah, this is the reason people die in these countries XDDD “They had invaded Iraq, Afghanistan, bombed Yemen, Syria, Libya”, - provided air support to more-or-less democratic sides of the conflict. In every case. en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/United_States_in.. Only once did the US actually START a war. And, believe me, their “bombings” are and have always been as precise as it gets, while russia still shoots down civilian planes “by accident” to this day
2020-07-30 16:41
1. Capitalism is no where more "Justice" than Communism, if people in one nation choose Communism, is there any justification that US can invade them for that? 2. Legal, US make the law to make themselves legal. So invading Iraq because they have weapon of mass destruction and US made it legal, where's the weapon? The washing powder they shown on UN? How is that legal in any way, I don't support Saddam but there's no fucking legit reason for one country to invade another. If there's anything to prove it's legal, the law is fucking flawed. If Hitler ever won WW2, he can make himselfs legal afterwards, and with your logic that Hitler will be the savior of Germanic people and it is legal!! 3. US bombing and "accurate", lmao. Just go read wikipedia and see how much war crime US had committed. Have I ever mention Russia anywhere? I don't support Russia by any means, they are close enough to terrorists too, but USA had commit way more crime than Russia. Just so you know, USA had shot down Iran Air Flight 655 in 1988 causing 290 civilian casualties with their accurate fighter jet. 4. Democratic side? US itselves is no where close to democratic. You give people a Trump and a Hillary to vote, how is it fucking democratic? It's like fooling themselves only. Entire nation is controlled by capitalists, president can only win election by taking funding from big corporates, listen and act on their behalf. US government is a wall street government regardless of who takes the power, their whole system has no democracy.
2020-07-30 19:50
“1. Capitalism is no where more "Justice" than Communism, if people in one nation choose Communism, is there any justification that US can invade them for that? ”, - ret*rd alert I’m fakeflagging but I used to live in a communist country for quite a few years. You have no fucking clue on what you’re talking about so I wont bother arguing with you and will just tell you to stfu. Visit Laos, Vietnam, suburban China and see the wonders of communism for yourself
2020-07-30 19:57
I live in China, my great grand father was in red army who fought for revolution war. I still visit my native home town once a year, it was one of the poorest province in China (Hebei), but I see development every time I return. Villagers gets new home sponsored by the government, with water and electricity supply, internet and gas, and I can say that it is the poorest 20% of the village in China.
2020-07-31 11:44
Try living there you dumb commie. It’s so easy to talk when you don't experience the consequences of totalitarianism
2020-07-31 12:34
#148
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India c0nsc10us
Did he not actually say he lives in China? Your response is to ask him to live there and experience totalitarianism? Are you dumb, or are you dumb?
2020-07-31 17:23
He was talking about his hometown
2020-07-31 18:12
Give me the definition of "terrorist country"
2020-07-31 17:34
Protect from us? xaxaxaxa this retard think we attack western business partners?
2020-07-30 01:50
Ukraine was not a business partner right mens?
2020-07-30 01:59
we didn't invade ukraine
2020-07-30 02:01
cfr.org/global-conflict-tracker/conflict.. annex. invade. what's the difference amirite
2020-07-30 03:12
"Crimea Votes to Secede From Ukraine as Russian Troops Keep Watch" they are russians
2020-07-30 14:05
What occurred first: troops moving into UKRAINE’S territory or the “referendum” (which only you dumb fucks believe was legit btw) for Crimea to become a part of Russia?
2020-07-30 16:58
Double post
2020-07-30 16:58
#159
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Ukraine Tosinijo
oh poor guy
2020-07-31 18:01
Actually, Ukraine was not a business partner of Russia. Ukraine has always wanted to join EU and nato. The US has used it as a leverage against Russia because Russian gas pipeline that connects Russia to Europe went through Ukraine. After Russia built a new pipeline, Ukraine had lost its strategic value. It seems now Americans have abandoned Ukraine. It is the poorest country in Europe right now.
2020-07-30 03:54
Dude, Ukraine was Russia's biggest trading partner. They wanted to join EU, sure, but how the fuck US "used it as leverage"? You're clueless.
2020-07-30 10:05
Ok genius let me ask u a couple of questions. Why did Ukraine keep provaking Russia? Including cutting off gas supply to Europe from Russia. Oh since Russia is our biggest trading partner, let’s f them up. Is this ur logic? And Why was the US so furious when Germany allowed Russia to build a new route of gas pipeline which directly connects Germany to Russia? Think about it use ur brain.
2020-07-30 12:53
"provoking"? Are you an idiot? The fuck you're even talking about? Read something other than Russian propaganda for a change.
2020-07-30 14:20
I have been backing my opinions with facts. What have you been doing besides whining like a little bitch? I live in Australia. Where the fuck do I get Russian propaganda? Our media does nothing but sucking up the US or attacking China. Use ur fucking brain. Why did Russia decide to fuck up Ukraine? Just because Russia is evil? Hahaha, u have no clue about how politics work, dumbass.
2020-07-31 04:52
Saying random stuff is not "backing your opinion with facts". You say US used Ukraine as leverage against Russia. Back it up with facts. You say Ukraine was "provoking" Russia and cutting off gas supply. Back it up with facts. "Where the fuck do I get Russian propaganda?" You don't have the internet in Australia? Are you really that fucking dumb? "Why did Russia decide to fuck up Ukraine?" Why did Germany decided to invade Poland? You're just a moron who read some Russian propaganda online and fell for it because your brain is too small to challenge it and you're not used to think for yourself.
2020-07-31 09:35
U stupid fuck clearly don’t know the conflicts and history between Russia and Ukraine. U don’t even know incident that Ukraine had cut off gas supply to Europe from Russia many years ago. I guess u have been reading only western propaganda since u were born. Or Russians have raped ur mother. Fucking moron, go do some research urself. I hope u know how to use google. I am not gonna waste one more minute with u stupid fuck. I told u to use ur brain a couple of times earlier. U know what? On second thought. Don’t do it. U may hurt urself.
2020-07-31 11:28
In other words, you admit that you're a clueless moron talking out of your ass. Can't say I expected anything different. Next time you see adults talking about things you know nothing about, do keep your mouth shut instead of embarrassing yourself like you did just now.
2020-07-31 11:45
Hahahahaha, u really think u r somebody huh? U can say whatever u want. However, mate , nobody cares what u think, literally nobody.
2020-07-31 14:38
Actually they weren't trading partners
2020-07-30 12:36
you're a retard if you think Ukraine and Russia were not trading partners: wits.worldbank.org/CountryProfile/en/Cou.. at least do some research so i dont have to do it for you
2020-07-30 20:36
You are retarded. Bye
2020-07-30 20:49
upset bc you didnt know the facts:D cry less and read more bub love you<3
2020-07-30 21:14
if biden gets elected then china dominates world gg ez
2020-07-30 01:50
will happen anyway
2020-07-30 01:50
#99
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Netherlands Wdym_wdym
Yeah just like everyone laughed when someone claimed Donald trump would be president in 2016 xd.... I wouldn't be so sure, Pre-corona/george floyd Trump was nearly sure of a re-election.
2020-07-30 14:48
im talking about china dominating the world
2020-07-30 15:05
#165
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Netherlands Wdym_wdym
OH LMAO, Yeah probably xd
2020-08-01 12:57
And how is Trump stopping China's domination? Seems like all he does is reduce US soft power and damage China's and our economies through expensive trade wars.
2020-07-30 03:49
#98
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Netherlands Wdym_wdym
you're wrong about that... He's making production of good a chinees monopoly... He's also sanctioning the misconduct of china's data gathering and certain policies.
2020-07-30 14:46
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Russia ToughGuy
protect from what LUL
2020-07-30 01:50
+1 western propaganda so dumb
2020-07-30 01:51
I mean you invaded a bunch of countries, so I guess from that
2020-07-30 01:58
From a crazy midget that likes to invade neighboring countries.
2020-07-30 10:06
#57
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Russia ToughGuy
>germany >neighbor pick one
2020-07-30 10:07
Your point?
2020-07-30 10:11
what a retard lol lets hope all US troops leave soon
2020-07-30 01:52
+1
2020-07-30 15:06
mad because he pulls troops out? hahaha malding as fuuuuuuck beta kid jermans)))
2020-07-30 01:53
imagine thinking we want US troops in our country lmao
2020-07-30 01:54
idk about htat but i want trump to peg me! haha lol XD
2020-07-30 01:54
So why are you upset lol
2020-07-30 03:49
Am i upset?
2020-07-30 11:37
Keeping America Great! 😎👍
2020-07-30 01:54
Not something to brag about. Russia is not exactly a nice friendly democracy.
2020-07-30 01:56
you think we invade germany? use brain dude
2020-07-30 01:58
You are not making any sense. What are you trying to say?
2020-07-30 14:05
im saying all the "russia bad" stuff is propaganda. we wont invade europe...
2020-07-30 14:06
Of course you won't, you keep to attacking weaker neighboring nations like you're doing with Ukraine. Something both evil and cowardly. And you're also not a democracy instead you're a corrupt dictatorship pretending to hold elections, except those are not free election it is just theater so those in power can pretend to be elected. The terrible thing is that things are gonna get even worse, with oil prices so low and the world moving away from it altogether the thing that keeps you economy somewhat afloat is going away.
2020-07-30 14:13
#100
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Netherlands Wdym_wdym
+1000000000
2020-07-30 14:48
#111
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Russia Nikosimus
Everything starting from the 2nd paragraph has nothing to do with other countries, it's out internal stuff (it's mostly true but doesnt touch the US or EU at all), why did you even mention it here in that context?
2020-07-30 16:19
The trade started with someone bragging about trading with Russia and I don't see trading with nations that are not positive part of the World as a good thing. Such nations needs to be pushed towards democracy and peace, so enabling their existing leadership by doing business with them is bad - it is like giving money to criminals and rewarding them for their crimes. As for not touching the EU and US you are wrong. Partly as a human being I like to see other people also have a good life, but also in the way that Russia is trying all sorts to influence neighbors - something that includes having your military probe our defenses again and again which is just silly.
2020-07-30 18:13
U r missing the point. Why was Russia attacking some of its small neighbors? If Russia is purely evil, it should attack all its weak neighbors, just like the nazis. The thing was that NATO was trying to surround Russia after Soviet Uion fell apart by making those countries turn against Russia. NATO was bulllying Russia before Putin was elected. You cannot bully a big country like that. It will fight back eventually. After Georgia was fucked by Russia, the president of Georgia flew to the US. U think it was a coincidence?
2020-07-31 05:12
I think the world is a lot more complex than you try to pretend. But lets just take two items from your post. Why isn't Russia attacking all weak neighbors, the short answer is that there isn't that many weak ones to attack since most have either teamed up with NATO or are heavily under the influence of Russia. Plus lets not forget that Russia doesn't really have the power to pull it off without risking it becoming a big conflict, remember ones doesn't grab land using nukes so essentially that arsenal is useless. (Apart from being tools for MAD). As for NATO bullying Russia. Really, like how. It is not like NATO just moved in after 1989, the countries that left the USSR became their own and the only place NATO has done any "bullying" was when forcing Serbia to stop committing genocide (but maybe you think that was wrong?). Russia could have gone a different route, the one that Gorbatjov put Russia on only the hard liners from the old regime stepped in and now there is a psycho with a KGB background calling the shots while filling the pockets of him and his friends.
2020-07-31 17:16
First of all, I am not on the side of Russians. So don’t pretend u know me. the purpose of nato was to protect Europe from the USSR. When the USSR was gone, there was no need for nato to keep expanding. However, the expansion never really stopped. Nato still treated Russia as a threat that at some point pushed Russians to elect a strong leader, which led to the current situation. What Gorbatjov was trying to do was great only on paper. It was never gonna be accomplished at that time. He never had full support within the government. His reforms had already hurt some big guys interest. If he was trying to do it gradually at the same time winning support from the inside, he had a slice chance to be successful. However, he was never as good as Putin when it came to manipulating politics. He decided to rush the reforms, and ended up with a big disaster. The reason that Russians chose Putin was kinda similar to the reason Germans chose AH. They both wanted to see the former glory. And they both had enough of its neighbors pushing them around.
2020-08-01 07:10
From your flag I gather you're someone what remote when thinking on the whole thing and I gather my perspective make things look pretty different. Yes the USSR collapsed and became Russia, but it is not like it stopped playing games and as time has shown it is not just acting threatening it is also going to war. Ask your self this - if you was in a former east block country that had essentially been under Russian occupation since WW2 (or a decade later - Hungary 1956), would you then not want to align with a partner that had you be sure a repeat would not happen. Essentially we still have the cold war, it is not what it was and there is less of a scare of nuclear holocaust however it is not like all things are just nice either. Things could be a lot better if Russia had stayed on a path to real democracy, that goes for the World in general and even more so for the people of Russia.
2020-08-01 15:32
I am neither an European nor an American. I don’t have this natural distrust or bias towards Russia. I just try to express my opinion from a netrual point of view. You cannot expect a dictating country like the USSR to turn into a democratic country in a short time. It needed time, which was never given by NATO. Instead, NATO was trying to take advantage of Russia during that chaotic time, which in some way, killed the hope of democracy in Russia. Europeans are partially responsible for today’s Russia. From Americans perspective, I can understand. I mean they never liked the idea of eu. They don’t wanna see a unified Europe. However, from Europeans perspective, I don’t understand. France and Germany both did tremendous damage to Europe in the history. They are all forgiven. Nobody is forgiving Russia. It is just weird to see Europeans following Americans interest.
2020-08-01 18:17
+1
2020-07-30 02:09
And USA isn't a democracy
2020-07-30 12:37
Two wrongs doesn't make a right.
2020-07-30 14:06
I never said so. But we have to choose.
2020-07-30 14:49
If we do then we should go with the lesser evil which clearly is the US. Hopefully the US will change for the better once Biden takes over. Maybe Russia will also when Putin is not longer at the helm, the later looks like it can be a long time.
2020-07-30 18:15
nope, it isn't clearly the USA.
2020-07-30 18:50
Populist retard shit. Imagine if Germany went to Russia's and China's side? USA would be fucked for next 10 years.
2020-07-30 02:02
Unfortunately I can see Germany beginning to side with China and Russia. Their economic growth is gonna slow down in future decades and being the central on land trade route between Asia and Western Europe could work out well for them.
2020-07-30 03:47
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United States Frotha
Good for Germany lol
2020-07-30 02:10
Germany would fall into anarchy soon due to the refuge crisis. And we would not help them since they trade with terrorist Russia.
2020-07-30 02:16
Speaking of help, US is the one who definitely needs some right now.
2020-07-30 06:24
"Germany would fall into anarchy soon." > U:S. have already fallen lmfao, can't even beat a fucking virus
2020-07-30 13:19
#149
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India c0nsc10us
A bit rich coming from a guy with the American flag
2020-07-31 17:26
You vote Trump amirite? You have adopted his idiot logic. Saying 'make America great again' and all he's doing is making America vanishing into insignificance by pushing partners to China's and Russian's arms with his incompetence as a politician. But hey, he's living and breathing for his dumb voters only anyway, so who cares about the rest of the world.
2020-07-31 17:32
Give me the definition of "terrorist country"
2020-07-31 17:35
Crimea annex. Supporting terrorists in Ukraine. Supporting terrorists in Afganistan. Supporting terrorists in Syria.
2020-07-31 17:48
(?) definition (my previous reply) (?) definition of "Supporting terrorists"
2020-07-31 17:49
HMMM STRANGE MOVE, THIS GAMBIT MIGHT BE A FAIL IN THE END GAME I WOULD RATHER PLAY SAFE INSTEAD NF3
2020-07-30 03:21
Americans are funny. They call china is an evil country. Yet they trade with China a lot more than Germany trades with Russia. They also call Russia is an evil country. Yet they have invited russsia to the G7 summit this year to fight the evil China together. Hahahha, and of course Russia turned it down.
2020-07-30 03:26
It's as if it's all a show to keep us all divided.
2020-07-30 03:31
#95
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United Kingdom Cosharek
Preach
2020-07-30 14:36
Man trump is the worst Russian agent I’ve ever seen. Clearly bought and owned by Russia. Thanks CNN.
2020-07-31 11:47
I mean.... wtf are our troops doing in Germany
2020-07-30 03:48
Lmao you voted for Trump didn't you?
2020-07-30 03:50
Hahahahahaha, this is just funny. U 2 could do some standups.
2020-07-30 04:01
control the drones that bomb mud huts in the middle east another day, another war crime
2020-07-30 11:39
#46
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United States skzl_
ok
2020-07-30 03:58
#50
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Germany Playboy51
He only wants Germany to buy the expensive American gas. As i know our politicians they will sell their ass once again to America and we Germans can pay even more for heating.
2020-07-30 09:52
We got global warming, we don't need heating
2020-07-30 12:57
Holy shit, i feel unsafe now, can't even sleep during nights. Bring us back the mighty us troops pls :(
2020-07-30 09:56
8/8 laughed loud
2020-07-30 11:42
LOLOLOOLOLLOLOLO
2020-07-30 15:09
#150
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India c0nsc10us
lmao
2020-07-31 17:27
I dont get him the other Day he was pissed cause germany was against russia joining that economic power group (cant remember name) now he dont want em to trade with Them.. 😂😂
2020-07-30 09:58
To be fair that also has to be applied to Merkel and the Eu who were against Russia and used that as their primary excuse to say that the French people shouldn't vote for Le Pen
2020-07-30 10:07
I mean, he's kind of right. Germany's reliance on russia's oil market is a geopolical flaw
2020-07-30 10:01
we get like 10% of our gas/oil from russia because its cheaper than buying from norway f.e. Russia is way more depended on our sweet €€€
2020-07-30 11:41
germany gives money to russia?
2020-07-31 05:22
We trade with them, so yes.
2020-07-31 12:18
Typical Cold War mentality, No country is totally reliable. US was intercepting medical supplies that were supposed to be sent to Europe during the pandemic. It is also the one who bugged Merkel. All you should do is to diversify.
2020-07-31 05:22
yes +1
2020-07-31 05:23
+1
2020-07-31 17:52
Don't know why so many people have a hate boner for Russia, seems like both sides in America are still stuck with that cold war mentality. The UN kicked Russia off the human rights panel meanwhile they have China, Saudi Arabia and all these other shitholes that are the worst human rights abusers on earth. Trump doesn't seem to understand that in order to stop people trading with others he should provide a better deal as most governments do not care for the moral obscurity of the other country they are dealing with, hell most countries do a lot of business with China so how anyone could think people would have a problem doing business with Russia who is no where near as bad as China is kind of funny. Sure Germany's reliance on Russian oil could be exploited by Russia, I don't think it would be given how fucked the Russian economy already is and how much worse it would get if they were to lose European countries as trade partners. I do agree that Trump should reduce America's payment to Nato significantly, other countries should definitely be made to pay their fair amount.
2020-07-30 10:06
#152
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India c0nsc10us
China and Saudi Arabia bring far more to the table for US than Russia ever can. It would be inexplicably difficult for the US economy to function as it were if China decides to really take a step against the US. Saudi exports crude to US the way Russia won't. Regardless of the atrocities committed by a government in their own country, global power shifts ultimately boil down to the bottom-line. Money.
2020-07-31 17:32
#70
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Finland Autisthicc
well you wont sell us energy like the russians so of course we buy ruski energy bro
2020-07-30 12:38
about time for them to leave whito piggu go homu
2020-07-30 12:41
they leave and you have no military yahahaha
2020-07-30 14:01
Trump destroying Germany! Hahaha! They have no money to spend on military and defense, Merkel used everything when this ugly old cunt bitch invited Achmed and all his pals to Europe! I hope Merkel gets cancer
2020-07-30 12:59
#84
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Pakistan XtraticX
America's end as a superpower ?
2020-07-30 13:57
keep dreaming ahmet
2020-07-30 14:22
#161
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Pakistan XtraticX
I was just asking ahmet
2020-07-31 19:44
They're removing 12k of trops + their families. There will still be 25k of US trops in De. And those 12k will not go back to the States . They'll just move them to a country or countries that want to give 2% of their GDP into their armie maintenance, probably the baltics.
2020-07-30 14:14
They will be moved to Italy and Belgium. Both of them spend less on military than germany by the way.
2020-07-30 15:08
Yeah but Germany is the EU they're setting a bad example.
2020-07-31 15:37
in any case new market source for russia is not bad. i am sure merkel doesn’t give a fuck about these troops. actually this is awesome for both of them
2020-07-30 14:55
#129
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Finland jUPPE!
Trump is absolutely right. Does he have to spell out it for you to understand? Germany is completely energy dependent from Russia and USA is spending billions a year to militarily defend Germany from Russia. WTF.
2020-07-31 05:22
#154
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India c0nsc10us
If this isn't a sarcastic comment, you should actually read up on something before spewing such nonsense.
2020-07-31 17:34
Funny, ur second paragraph contains everything but the truth. Even a person as shameless as trump won’t say it.
2020-08-01 18:31
why would you guys trade with Russia lol thjeu are evil
2020-07-31 05:32
Probably he will also start malding about us trading with China.
2020-07-31 17:20
TRUMP IS DOING AN POLITICA ECONOMICAL ALLIANCE WITH BRAZIL AND OTHER COUNTRIES ALLIGNED TO HIM AGAINST CHINA AND RUSSIA, EUROPEANS SOON OR LATER WILL NEED TO PICK A SIDE
2020-08-01 07:34
#166
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France soju_c
Europe has it's own side, europe > world
2020-08-01 13:04
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