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March 21, 2014



There's a new axis of evil now: Russia-China-Iran-Syria-Cuba-Venezuela-North Korea. Nevertheless, the American international strategy (if there is any) seems to put the focus on China and the threat of islamist hegemony. Russia has to face these threats as well, same as India, making both of them potential allies of the USA. So when 24h before the invasion of Crimea began, the US Senate was briefed by the secret services that there are no signs of a Russian intervention, was that blatant incompetence or part of the game? If it is a big game, what comes next? You take Crimea, we take Syria? Cuba? Venezuela? If it is incompetence, is your country still in the best hands?

Bert Rogers

George Carlin gave to the low-lives of this country the right answer:


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