Cannonpointer » 27 Jan 2023, 8:58 pm » wrote: ↑
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Georgia%E ... _relations
Cannonpointer » 24 Jan 2023, 11:40 am » wrote: ↑
The difference between attacing ukraine and attacking poland is the difference between squishing a bug and hunting an elephant.
The ethnic russians were in an active state of rebellion when putin invaded.
They are being armed by and in many cases directed by the russian military.
They were holding petty grudges about ukranian nationalist militias raping their wives and killing their children.
For a decade. While the world press remained quiet. To foment a proxy war.
maineman » 25 Jan 2023, 3:09 pm » wrote: ↑
So what's the threat to Putin in the Black Sea? Perhaps you can enlighten me with the naval stipulations of the sea and tell me why Putin seemed threatened militarily and needed Crimea. He barely has a navy as it is. I can see the regime wanting to keep its friends in power in Ukraine and make it a vassal state. Tell me that isn't reciprocal too for a man who wanted the US to free an international arms dealer for him. Two to tango. And yes, I'm not really versed in how the law of the sea is enforced, that is not my strong suit. I do know he wanted to own that strait imperially. I guess he thought some country might invade Russia from the sea when they have an arsenal of nuclear weapons.Cannonpointer » 24 Jan 2023, 5:41 pm » wrote: ↑
For a mother **** who doesn't know ****, why are you starting a thread into your weak suit?
The bin Laden family patriarch Mohammed bin Awad bin Laden was a huge concrete tycoon in Saudi Arabia. He came from a poor background to one of the wealthiest men in Saudi Arabia. He even served the royal family and started a huge conglomerate. He had over 50 children (this is the Middle East) of which Osama was one. Osama got lost in Wabbism and moved to Afghanistan to fight for the Jihad cause and formed al Quada. So technical Bush might have dealt with the bin Laden family. That's as far as the ties between George W Bush and Osama bin Laden really go. Osama was able to fund the terrorist network through his financial ties but we're not talking about a huge force presence here. In other words, the bin Laden family is a very rich dynasty in Saudi Arabia and Osama was a black sheep of over 50 children. Most of the family was innocent and probably feared reprisals.ScottMon » 23 Jan 2023, 6:47 pm » wrote: ↑
RedheadedStranger » 23 Jan 2023, 7:11 pm » wrote: ↑
I remember reading that Osama was pretty much the black sheep of the Bin Ladin family, and most of the immediate family had actually already disowned him over his radical beliefs, prior to the attacks.
I also remember reading that Bush had allowed the Bin Ladins that were in the US to leave after the attack because they were afraid their lives might be in danger because of their relation to Osama.
I haven't read about the attack in years, but did in the immediate aftermath, as most everyone else.
Well it's nice that you are using actual news sources. I'm not going to do the complete research on this but the commitments you posted state the position that if the scientific community at the CDC and other world class health facilities approved a vaccine they would take it. I think what they are referring to is some of the treatments that Donald Trump pushed as a snake oil salesman and yes, he did say something like drinking bleach might cure Covid. That is the remarks in proper context. Biden and Harris didn't question the Moderna (a vaccine I've received three doses of as mandated by hospital policy) and Pfizer vaccines that have proven effective. Look at the history of smallpox if you think vaccines don't work and do the science. I could elaborate on how mRNA vaccines work and that they have been under research for years. Trump suggested people drink bleach to cure Covid. That was the point of their remarks. Also, explain to me why those who voted for Trump were much more unlikely to take the vaccine than those that voted for Biden in the 2020 election cycle. And please, try not to argue with me the definition of a vaccine. That's probably stretching your pro Trump argument a little too far.Cannonpointer » 26 Dec 2022, 8:04 pm » wrote: ↑
Vaccines - like men and women - have definitions, you fruit.Just CALLING it a vaccine doesn't make it one. Indeed, you stupid queer, using YOUR OWNARGUMENT, the covid abortion is by definition NOT a vaccine, because it doesn't work, stupe.
No, dick sucker, YOU are, when you lie that he was against the death jab.
Trump pushed the trumpvaccine through.
BIDEN questioned whether people should take it.
PELOSI questioned whether people should take it.
HARRIS questioned whether people should take it.
That's YOUR team, dick sucker. ^
Trump NEVER questioned whether people should take it, you stupid queer.
Now - mouthy dick sucking liar: HERE IS MY PROOF. Where's yours, queer?
SHOW US TRUMP STANDING AGAINST THE VACCINE, MOUTH.