Cannonpointer » Today, 11:48 am » wrote: ↑
The countries that cannot supply their kleptocratic proxy do not suddenly become more able to make war materials simply through declaring hostilities.
The truth is, they might be LESS effective as a gang, as there would be a great deal of finger pointing each time some fodder got fed into the fire.
Imagine a "unified" NATO command (a complete joke - but pretend that could happen). A german division gets wiped out, and the german people screech that their troops are being sacrificed unfairly. Same with the french - or the eastern european nations (not that half of them would even SEND troops - they are fair weather NATO goons at best). The "alliance" is a relic and a bloated chimera that will evaporate the first time it is taxed. Meetings are its bread and butter, not war.
NATO is a joke. Its primary mission is to provide children for corrupt and senile european aristocrats. And their hunting field for those children is currently being eaten by the slowly advancing red menace. The smartest thing they can do is sue for peace - but there is still money to launder.
Sumela » Today, 11:28 am » wrote: ↑
Russia would see that as an imminent and existential threat.
NATO has learned quite a bit the last 20 months,
mainly that they are weaker than they thought
and that Russia is much stronger than they projected.
But that's typical West hubris.
I never saw a minute of it.
Michigan is so **** up with Governor ****...Punch » 01 Dec 2023, 4:02 pm » wrote: ↑
Maybe now, tranny educators can have a crack at those altar boys and girls too. As it stands, priests have all the fun.
Christian School Battles Michigan ‘Gender Identity’ Law That Forces Hiring of LGBT Teachers (msn.com)
A Catholic school in Michigan, Sacred Heart of Jesus Parish, is contesting a state law that would compel the school to violate its religious principles by hiring individuals who do not adhere to Catholic teachings. The law, which extends sex discrimination prohibitions to cover sexual orientation and gender identity, could force the school to employ staff who do not align with its faith-based message. The school is being supported by Jewish and Muslim groups in its legal battle.
The lawsuit argues that the law infringes upon the school’s free speech and free exercise of religious rights Sacred Heart of Jesus claims that they would be forced to “hire faculty and staff who lead lives in direct opposition to the Catholic faith, speak messages that violate Church doctrine, and refrain from articulating Catholic beliefs in teaching its students and when advertising the school to prospective students or job applicants." “All of this violates Sacred Heart’s free speech and free exercise rights,” states the brief.“Rather than defy Catholic doctrine in these ways, Sacred Heart would shut down,” promised the plaintiffs. According to the lawsuit, “Sacred Heart’s standard of conduct requires that employees must be consistent, in expression and example, with the teaching and practice of the Catholic faith and shall not advocate, encourage, or counsel beliefs or practices that are inconsistent with the Catholic faith.”