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Neo » 14 Apr 2022, 3:47 pm » wrote: The topic is literally about money. Slavery wasn't a net positive for the American economy. It's aftermath far exceeds any conceivable benefit. On a human level, the descendants of slaves have immeasurably better qualities of life than they would have had their ancestors remained in Africa.
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Neo » 27 Jan 2022, 9:27 am » wrote: I think Russia wants security guarantees that they were promised before dropping the iron curtain.  We agreed to not expand nato one inch eastward, we reneged on that promise. Ukraine is their red line.

***********************************************************NATO was originally formed as a military and political alliance between the U.S., Canada and several Western European nations in 1949. It was meant to serve as a collective defense organization to contain the Soviet Union during the Cold War, and its most important provision, Article 5, held that an attack on one member of the alliance was an attack against all of them.In 1990, the West led the Soviets to believe NATO would not expand further eastward across Europe in exchange for Germany reunification and the agreement that the new Germany would be a NATO member. Most famously, U.S. Secretary of State James Baker once assured Soviet leader Mikhail Gorbachev that the NATO alliance would move “not one inch eastward” in exchange for this agreement, but as the late Princeton University scholar Stephen Cohen pointed out in 2018, this pledge was in fact made multiple times by several Western countrie

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Neo » 27 Jan 2022, 9:27 am » wrote: I think Russia wants security guarantees that they were promised before dropping the iron curtain.  We agreed to not expand nato one inch eastward, we reneged on that promise. Ukraine is their red line.
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Neo » 27 Jan 2022, 9:30 am » wrote: Trump killed Russian special forces in syria, Obama gave Ukraine blankets instead of defensive weapons. Russia knew better than to Saber rattle while Trump was president, their current behavior indicates they know Biden to be weak and Americans to be divided. We have no appetite for a war.
And now putin is losing a war to Biden and the Democrats. 

And the stated goal of putin was to stop the growth of nato on his borders. 

It doubled after the invasion. 

Putin must of been listening to right wing idiots. 

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Neo » 11 Nov 2022, 8:50 am » wrote: They need to follow democrats example and have it in prime time.
And be sure to only feature Democrats testifying.


 
If you are smart and had critical thinking skills you would be able to figure out. This is another stupid question on your part.

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Again for the reading deficient I was talking about GDP Projections......That should read "I was not talking about GDP.."

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Neo » 14 Jan 2023, 3:30 pm » wrote: A 17 year old crying about seeing a ****? Crocodile tears. 17 year old high-school girls I matriculated with bragged about how many guys they serviced.
Maybe she was Catholic.
”have changed the weapon in basic design…”
Variant Definition:
a form or version of something that differs in some respect from other forms of the same thing or from a standard.

@Blackvegetable, you got that beach pic yet?

BV in reference to Biden lying and false information:

I see no point in fetishizing inconsequential gaffes...and I find the laboring of them by a little fluffer as shameless as he is relentless a typical bit of useful idiotry.

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Neo » 14 Jan 2023, 11:52 am » wrote: Bet the average Ukrainian misses Trump. The average Taiwanese person regrets Biden, as does the average south Korean. Those who installed Biden really let the world down. But no more mean tweets! Guess there is a bright side.
I have lived abroad and traveled extensively abroad.  I developed long lasting friendships with a large number of UN Military Observers from a wide range of foreign countries during my tour in the Middle East.  I have a large network of friends and contacts around the world and, quite literally, NONE of them had - or has - ANYTHING good to say about the clown.  
NONE.
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NOT.
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Neo » 14 Jan 2023, 10:04 am » wrote: Thought Lil Kim and Trump were gay lovers? Need to get your narratives straight.
lover's spats can and do get violent from time to time.

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Neo » 08 Jun 2022, 11:16 am » wrote: Bidens failure at diplomacy has us on the brink of nuclear war. We wouldn't be in this unenviable position under Trump.
Mr.7 » 20 Mar 2022, 2:00 pm » wrote: Trump was the first president in 40 years not to start a war with another country or to invade another country. Trump had all the bad actors of the world on a lease. Joe Biden, for no reason other than to undo all of Trump's accomplishments, let the world's monsters off their leashes.   Now, thanks to Joe Biden, we have a war in Ukraine. Now, thanks to Joe Biden, we are at the highest level of threats from China, North Korea, Iran, and Russia than we have ever been in the past. Now, thanks to Joe Biden the words 'nuclear' and 'cyberattack' are being heard more and more. Now, thanks to Joe Biden, the world is on the brink of World War III.
This is Capital Offense Stupid...
If you are smart and had critical thinking skills you would be able to figure out. This is another stupid question on your part.

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Again for the reading deficient I was talking about GDP Projections......That should read "I was not talking about GDP.."

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Zeets2 » 11 Oct 2022, 6:15 pm » wrote: Do you think Biden bringing us to the brink of nuclear war (which would NEVER have happened under Trump) is a triviality?

 
Cedar » 08 Oct 2022, 10:02 pm » wrote: “I prefer mean tweets over nuclear armageddon, but that’s just me.”

**chuckle**
Tulum » 08 Oct 2022, 6:30 pm » wrote:
I miss Trump more and more every day!
Low energy prices, low food prices, and ZERO **** CHANCE OF NUCLEAR WAR.
YOU VOTED FOR IT.
Neo » 04 Oct 2022, 9:38 am » wrote: I see claims of incompetence but then look at the results and the realities on the ground. They don't match up. Trump deescalated all our foreign wars,
 
Zeets2 » 06 Aug 2022, 9:32 am » wrote:   Is it worth giving away billions of dollars to fund a war and risk nuclear war with Russia while millions of the poor and middle class AMERICANS in this country are homeless or can't afford to buy food, medicine, or healthcare when your jackass gives all of them away for free to illegals?  

The fact is that your left-wing opinions have been completely warped by the fake-news liberal media who obviously do all your thinking for you, while trying to coverup the obvious dementia and complete incompetence of the idiot that morons like you have stuck us with for 4 years!

Thanks a lot, fool!
Damn, these are some stupid *******....
 
If you are smart and had critical thinking skills you would be able to figure out. This is another stupid question on your part.

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Again for the reading deficient I was talking about GDP Projections......That should read "I was not talking about GDP.."

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https://news.sky.com/story/donald-trump ... s-12785223
Donald Trump proposed attacking North Korea with a nuclear weapon in meetings with aides and said that the US could blame the attack on another country, according to a book about his presidency.

 Mr Trump is said to have made the remarks in 2017, his first year in office, when he was especially belligerent in his public comments about North Korea, warning Mr Kim in August of that year not to make any threats to the US as they would be "met with fire and fury like the world has never seen".
Z09 » 07 Jan 2023, 10:03 am » wrote: If you have to lie.....??

Pee tapes..
Russian Collision..
Trump is planning a nuclear war..
 
Selaphobia » 03 Jan 2023, 6:10 pm » wrote: I miss Trump.
I miss a Sealed border, low energy prices, strong stock market, strong 401K, decent fuel and food prices. And ZERO chance of Nuclear warImage
 
Selaphobia » 03 Jan 2023, 6:09 pm » wrote: Anyone miss Trump? I do. Sealed border, low energy prices, strong stock market, strong 401K, decent fuel and food prices. And ZERO chance of Nuclear war.
 
Z09 » 31 Dec 2022, 8:55 am » wrote: My 3 sources...
I watch CNN, MSNBC and Maddow...

They explained about Russian Collusion, Pee tapes, Trump ordering Hillary's assassination, Trump bombing NK, Trump selling nuclear secrets to Russia, Trump starting a nuclear war to stay in office, Trump etc etc etc
 
roadkill » 26 Dec 2022, 6:19 pm » wrote: This kind of rhetoric didn't happen when Trump was president.
 
Neo » 16 Nov 2022, 4:02 pm » wrote: Needless to say, this will be addressed before 2024, should Biden not stumble his way in to nuclear war.
 
one1zer0 » 26 Oct 2022, 3:18 am » wrote: Seriously, are you that ignorant that being on the brink of nuclear war just makes your Trump derangement syndrome flair up?
 
Tulum » 15 Oct 2022, 10:11 pm » wrote: The media told us Trump was going to start a nuclear war
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Zeets2 » 15 Oct 2022, 10:34 am » wrote:
 while propping up the most corrupt country in Europe in order to maintain Biden's money laundering scheme for his crackhead son and his entire family, despite the dangers of starting a nuclear war with Russia?
 
Tulum » 12 Oct 2022, 5:54 pm » wrote: Ahh Yes
Trump again...  Image  
Zero chance of Nuclear war 

 I WILL TAKE TRUMP AS PRESIDENT FOREVER OVER THIS INSTALLED BRAIN DEAD IDIOT
The Dumbest **** Shuffling
 
 
 
If you are smart and had critical thinking skills you would be able to figure out. This is another stupid question on your part.

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Again for the reading deficient I was talking about GDP Projections......That should read "I was not talking about GDP.."

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Neo » 30 Sep 2022, 9:50 am » wrote: I love murals. Putting those in the same category as ubiquitous gang tags seems unfair. Some graffiti artists are indeed amazing.

Oh, we have an apologist here!  :rolleyes:  
WHERE'S JACKIE?

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Neo » 12 Jan 2023, 11:08 am » wrote: ****. (Sorry but your mom's pet name for you struck me as funny) 98% of Hispanic people do not use the term latinx and a majority find the term offensive. Latin scholars have indicated that the use of x as a variable at the end of a gendered term isn't appropriate for the language. Silly white liberals trying to change languages they don't speak unsurprisingly meet resistance from Spanish speakers.
Which Latin scholars are you speaking of?  Inquiring minds want to know. 

And 98% of LatinX agree on your assertion about thebterm LatinX?  Anybody with any personal experience in Latin culture will tell you there is nothing that 98% of the LatinX agree on.  There is nothing that 98% of any ethnic group agree on you lying *** ****.  Your statement is **** hilarious.  Mexicans and Cubans and Puerto Ricans dosagree on many thins you stupid **** polack.  They tend to be not very fond of each others cultures, as well.
 
 
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Neo » 12 Jan 2023, 11:08 am » wrote: ****. (Sorry but your mom's pet name for you struck me as funny) 98% of Hispanic people do not use the term latinx and a majority find the term offensive. Latin scholars have indicated that the use of x as a variable at the end of a gendered term isn't appropriate for the language. Silly white liberals trying to change languages they don't speak unsurprisingly meet resistance from Spanish speakers.
liberal crackers love virtue signaling other races with their wokeism mentality thinking they're friends then...

reparations are a classic example...Reparations = "Act Like Friends to Negro Act"
"Libtardothink" Now that's some FUNNY **** right there...

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Neo » 10 Jan 2023, 7:12 pm » wrote: Google confirmation bias.

Did I say it was for certain? No, I didn't. It's a theory. Relax.
Rules for Veghead...aka Darth Evader...aka Askholio...aka coward:

Rule 1: No questions/demands allowed until you can prove that you habitually answer everyone else's questions the first time around.

Notice the bolded word. Answering one ot two questions is hardly habitual.

Rule 2: No more redundancy. Only people with severe low IQs say the same crap over and over. It''s due to a level 2+ deficiency.

Stipulations to abide by them :rofl: :rofl: You don't have a choice.

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Neo » 09 Jan 2023, 5:38 pm » wrote: Hood stories are needed reminders that it isn't racism plaguing the black communities in America. It's not white supremacists turning inner city neighborhoods into shooting galleries. Think all racism is unhealthy, preoccupation with race is cancerous.
You are no longer feeling its sting, Neo?

PTL!
 
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Again for the reading deficient I was talking about GDP Projections......That should read "I was not talking about GDP.."

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Neo » 09 Jan 2023, 2:51 pm » wrote: Obviously epstien was running direct flights from the Vatican.   Image

Well...the late Pope was a leftist.   

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Neo » 09 Jan 2023, 11:59 am » wrote: I believe liberals call this a whataboutism. Child **** is bad. Doesn't matter if it's a priest, a teacher, or a parent. Subjecting innocent children to sexual material is a form of child abuse. It matters not who is perpetrating it, it should be strongly discouraged.

Maybe Scott can tell us why Epstein's flight log list of names hasn't been released.



 

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Neo » 09 Jan 2023, 11:26 am » wrote: Teachers unions do the same with bad teachers, including those believed to have been sexually inappropriate with students.
True but the Church is the biggest offender.  My question is why focus on people in drag in an open public space when we have decades of priests molesting kids in enclosed areas?  Why accuse that person reading a book in a library as a groomer when we have men of the clothe doing much worse to kids?
 

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Neo » 09 Jan 2023, 10:54 am » wrote: Child **** is frowned on, even in conservative churches. When you can show alter boys being shown material that normalizes child ****, that celebrates blowing the bishop as a laudable lifestyle choice, then a comparison can be made.
The Catholic church's refusal to punish their clergy for child molestation is pretty damning.