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Originally posted by Badger11

I am against our involvement in Syria, however what really gets up my nose is Corbyn's Stop the War mates who were out in force outside Parliament. Funny how they never protest about Russian actions in the Middle East and the Ukraine?

Seconded.

They come out with 'international law' when Russia been rubbing its groin on international law for years now.....you never see their posts complaining about Russia.

As for involvement in Syria. Most people don't actually listen to what Trump said. He wants to pull out of Syria and he's said that the US can't fix the middle east and that it shouldn't even try.

This was a virtue signal strike over chemical weapons usage.

There will be no major deployment in Syria and the US will only operate through a protection of Israel basis.

For me personally I'd ensure the Kurds were protected....but I'm not sure how committed Trump is to them.

Edited by Stirlingsays (17 Apr 2018 8.27am)

 

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View Stirlingsays's Profile Stirlingsays Flag Wisbech, England 19 Apr 18 5.15pm Send a Private Message to Stirlingsays Holmesdale Online Elite Member Add Stirlingsays as a friend

Originally posted by Darwin Eagle

Absolutely they called for regime change in Iraq and the other countries cited. I'll try to dig out some evidence for you later after work.

I'm still waiting Darwin.

 

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Originally posted by Badger11

I am disappointed that we got involved. It is difficult to justify going in whilst ignoring the Yemen. However because laughably Saudi Arabia is our ally we close our eyes to what is going on there.

The strike was purely political. The Allies told the Syrians it was coming so they had days to move people and equipment as evidenced by the lack of fatalities. We just hit empty buildings so what was the point.

No, financial.

Once again, this is the (boringly repetitive) reaction to anyone who dares to turn their back on the dollar.

Cunds.

 


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View Stirlingsays's Profile Stirlingsays Flag Wisbech, England 21 Apr 18 9.16am Send a Private Message to Stirlingsays Holmesdale Online Elite Member Add Stirlingsays as a friend

Originally posted by .TUX.

No, financial.

Once again, this is the (boringly repetitive) reaction to anyone who dares to turn their back on the dollar.

Cunds.

Oh come on Tux!

People haven't been listening to Dollar for decades now.

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Ultimately the dollar isn't falling.....2008 proved to me that the system isn't allowed to fall. Recessions yes.....capitalism falling....not allowed.

Revolution requires blood...power is only ripped from hands it isn't given up......and 2008 only saw hipsters and far lefties camping outside Wall Street and Westminister.

Until it's the common man and woman prepared to spill blood it's no dice.

And I just can't see that happening......and I'm not advocating for it either.

Edited by Stirlingsays (21 Apr 2018 12.25pm)

 

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Originally posted by Stirlingsays

Oh come on Tux!

People haven't been listening to Dollar for decades now.

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Ultimately the dollar isn't falling.....2008 proved to me that the system isn't allowed to fall. Recessions yes.....capitalism falling....not allowed.

Revolution requires blood...power is only ripped from hands it isn't given up......and 2008 only saw hipsters and far lefties camping outside Wall Street and Westminister.

Until it's the common man and women prepared to spill blood it's no dice.

And I just can't see that happening......and I'm not advocating for it either.

Edited by Stirlingsays (21 Apr 2018 9.21am)

Hi bud, this time will be different though.........to (crypto) coin a phrase.
The IOUSA is/has been losing it's dominance re- global financial affairs for a while now. These things take time but with the power shifting to the East along with the rise of 'alternative' currencies, things are slowly accelerating.

Apparently Trump has a picture of former POTUS Andrew Jackson hanging in his office.

 


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View Stirlingsays's Profile Stirlingsays Flag Wisbech, England 21 Apr 18 9.51am Send a Private Message to Stirlingsays Holmesdale Online Elite Member Add Stirlingsays as a friend

Originally posted by .TUX.

Hi bud, this time will be different though.........to (crypto) coin a phrase.
The IOUSA is/has been losing it's dominance re- global financial affairs for a while now. These things take time but with the power shifting to the East along with the rise of 'alternative' currencies, things are slowly accelerating.

Apparently Trump has a picture of former POTUS Andrew Jackson hanging in his office.

Do you see democracy falling to the part oligarchical systems used by the Russians and Chinese at some point this century?

Also lets not forget that, as of yet, alternative currencies have been allowed to exist. If they were considered a serious threat to western hegemony they could be declared illegal and forced underground.....they would lose a lot of attractiveness amongst the mainstream.

They might have a useful role to play in changing the banking sector for the better but I don't think they will be allowed to contribute to any sort of western or capitalistic demise.

Personally I think these questions of who leads the world....western or eastern isn't just a question of finance but of technology and freedom.

 

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Originally posted by Stirlingsays

Do you see democracy falling to the part oligarchical systems used by the Russians and Chinese at some point this century?

I don't believe we live in a democracy so we'll leave that one there.

Also lets not forget that, as of yet, alternative currencies have been allowed to exist. If they were considered a serious threat to western hegemony they could be declared illegal and forced underground.....they would lose a lot of attractiveness amongst the mainstream.

Hence the continual 'attacks' on Bitcoin and the like. Nobody cared when they were trading for pennies.
Despite these attacks by the mainstream they're still here.........and despite the recent slump (manipulation), stronger than ever.


They might have a useful role to play in changing the banking sector for the better but I don't think they will be allowed to contribute to any sort of western or capitalistic demise.

The west is doing a fine job on it's own tbh. Crypto's will take-over as part of a natural progression.

Personally I think these questions of who leads the world....western or eastern isn't just a question of finance but of technology and freedom.

.............and transparency.
Crypto's tick all three boxes.

Edited by .TUX. (21 Apr 2018 10.15am)

 


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