Djyall Want a Nuclear War???
report from andrew anglin
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Also, I just want to make you folks aware that we are officially entering a state of nuclear rearmament. Because we have to save ISIS in order to protect the human rights of Syrians who are being oppressed by an evil patriarch they elected with 88.7% of the vote (73.42% turnout, all internationally observed) in 2014.
Because just because someone votes for a Hitler-like barrel-bomber doesn’t mean that you should arm a terrorist army to overthrow him to save human rights and democracy. Or that you don’t engage in a nuclear arms race with a competing superpower because they tried to stop you from doing this.
We have to stand by our principles. It’s just who we are as a nation.
To be clear, these are the fundamental American principles our country was based on: you have to overthrow popular governments of third world Middle Eastern countries using armies of Islamic terrorist mercenaries because of human rights and democracy, and if someone tries to stop you from doing this you have to start a nuclear war.
The Founding Fathers were very clear on this.
this is our numb’r one principle and value: if ‘t be true thee seeth barrel bombs off in the far h’rizons of yond’r arabia, t is thy duty, men of am’rica, to fund islamic t’rr’rists to ov’rthrow the gov’rnment responsible and murd’r ev’ryone, regardless of the desire of the inhabiting population. thee shouldst nev’r wav’r in this immortal quest. if ‘t be true t means having a global nuclear war, a global nuclear war thee shouldst has’t. t’s who is’t we art. -Constitution of America, Chapter 7, Verse 3
It’s who we are.
Russian President Vladimir Putin on Monday suspended a treaty with Washington on cleaning up weapons-grade plutonium, signaling he is willing to use nuclear disarmament as a new bargaining chip in disputes with the United States over Ukraine and Syria.
Starting in the last years of the Cold War, Russia and the United States signed a series of accords to reduce the size of their nuclear arsenals, agreements that have so far survived intact despite a souring of U.S.-Russian relations under Putin.
But on Monday, Putin issued a decree suspending an agreement, concluded in 2000, which bound the two sides to dispose of surplus plutonium originally intended for use in nuclear weapons.
The Kremlin said it was taking that action in response to unfriendly acts by Washington. It made the announcement shortly before Washington said it was suspending talks with Russia on trying to end the violence in Syria.
The plutonium accord is not the cornerstone of post-Cold War U.S.-Russia disarmament, and the practical implications from the suspension will be limited. But the suspension, and the linkage to disagreements on other issues, carries powerful symbolism.
“Putin’s decree could signal that other nuclear disarmament cooperation deals between the United States and Russia are at risk of being undermined,” Stratfor, a U.S.-based consultancy, said in a commentary.
“The decision is likely an attempt to convey to Washington the price of cutting off dialogue on Syria and other issues.”
U.S. State Department spokesman John Kirby said in a statement on Monday that bilateral contacts with Moscow over Syria were being suspended. Kirby said Russia had failed to live up to its commitments under a ceasefire agreement.
Reuters accompanies their article with this podcast:
I haven’t actually listened to it, but you may note that it is entitled “why nuclear war looks inevitable.”
So, yeah. I mean. Our government is literally provoking a nuclear war, ostensibly to defend an army of Islamic terrorist mercenaries who they’ve funded to overthrow a government more popular than any government in the entire history of the United States.
Just so we’re all 100% clear here, James Monroe was the only guy who came anywhere near Assad’s popularity, getting 80.6% of the popular vote running for his second term in 1820.
That’s 8.1% less than Assad got two years ago. This was during something called “The Era of Good Feelings” following the war of 1812, when we were effectively a one-party system.
I know that isn’t really the point here. But it does drive hope the point, which is that this is insane.
These people are literally preparing for a nuclear war.
This is the number one reason we need Donald Trump.