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Who threw nuclear bombs in Nagasaki and Hiroshima? Did you forget your own history. To assert that the US won't use it shows that your knowledge of the reality is erroneous.
maxoxam41, No I did not forget my history. I believe there were (lessons) learned from that which is why it has not happened again! No nukes were dropped in Korea, Vietnam, Iraq, or Afghanistan. In a WWIII (both) nations would have nukes.
maxoxam41 - In answer to your question, "Who threw nuclear bombs at Nagasaki and Hiroshima?", I have to ask, "Who attacked Pearl Harbor?" The alternative would have been an attack of the mainland. Much more costly in terms of human misery.
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Edward J. Palumbo says
The US is at fault nobody else.
Max you are way off base and are making it pretty obvious that you believe the Putin propaganda. Russia is becoming imperialistic once again because democracy is an alien concept to a government that wants to control everyone and anything. Get real!
America is not going to launch nuclear bombs at a nation that also has it's own nuclear bombs to launch back. In order for anything to happen it takes (both) sides to make decisions that lead down a path.
Hi everyone! Somehow, no one pays attention to the fact that the board did not have stockpiles of food and water. Given the fact that the plane was supposed to fly 8 hours, it is very strange. Furthermore, when the DNR representatives arrived at the
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Philip Cooper says
Obviously, the terrorist war controllable. And this war is controlled from the United States. See how many NATO bases on the world map and draw a conclusion - who is the aggressor: Russia or the United States?
Where lists of the dead?
This answer makes a lot of sense. Max, I can tell you don't get your info from the major "news" networks and that you actually use your head for something other than an ornament. Good for you.
Robert, we only use 10% of our brain, why not maximizing it? Like you I fence for independence and freedom.
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