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If There is an Exchange of Nukes and 2B People Die, How Should Those Deaths Be Allocated Among Countries?


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28 minutes ago, shiva2999 said:

Because it wasn't "destroyed", it was damaged.

Do you think the people that actually live in Crimea are disappointed it wasn't blown into Itty bits?

He thinks the people of Donbass were forced to vote to join Russia after 8 years of being shelled by Ukraine.  He thinks Russia shelled a nuclear power plant in territory they control.  He thinks that Snake Island and Ghost of Chicken Kiev are things, that 80-100K Russian troops raped 2 million women (originally a CIA smear claim made about the Soviet army in Germany).  He thinks he has Russian soldiers on personal cellphones calling home from the combat zone giving their location, and unit numbers admitting as much.  Guess what, like most other armies Russia has what is called Op Sec and Signals Op Sec.  Civilian phones are prohibited in the combat zone by Russian army regs.  He probably also believes the Daily Mail's mobile crematoriums to hide troop losses and in rape and viagara kits.

 

He is a totally gullible fucktard who probably still laments the incubator babies in Kuwait.  Who cares what his dumb ass thinks?

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2 hours ago, Herodotus said:

He is a totally gullible fucktard who probably still laments the incubator babies in Kuwait.  Who cares what his dumb ass thinks?

Actually, you are, you fucking Putin worshiping POS

“There he goes. One of God's own prototypes.

A high-powered mutant of some kind, never even considered for mass production.

Too weird to live, and too rare to die.”

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17 minutes ago, Herodotus said:

I miss the laughing emoji because you are so gullible its funny.  Now show me on the doll where Bad Vlad touched you. . . .

 

"True knowledge is recognizing one's own ignorance"

Something you and many others on here fail at, miserably

“There he goes. One of God's own prototypes.

A high-powered mutant of some kind, never even considered for mass production.

Too weird to live, and too rare to die.”

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5 minutes ago, HipKat said:

"True knowledge is recognizing one's own ignorance"

Something you and many others on here fail at, miserably

Actually, it's Real knowledge is to know the extent of one's ignorance”, which is different.

"The Zarqawi PSYOP program is the most successful information campaign to date." ~ Gen. Mark (Killer) Kimmitt

http://www.bibliotecapleyades.net/archivos_pdf/911_newpearlharbor.pdf

http://www.cooperativeresearch.org/project.jsp?project=911_project

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1 minute ago, shiva2999 said:

Actually, it's Real knowledge is to know the extent of one's ignorance”, which is different.

When you speak about ignorance, what do you mean?

everyone is ignorant about everything, to a point. Ignorance is viewed as a lack of knowledge (mostly). Or the inability to use that knowledge, because you lack the inductive/deductive reasoning to do so.

indoctrination and bias from birth are huge factors also.

is someone willfully ignorant if they truly believe something they were taught, that doesn’t have a clear reason for them to change their mind?

in a world of lies, half-truths, propaganda and dis-information, it’s hard to know what “truth” really is.

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48 minutes ago, jc856 said:

When you speak about ignorance, what do you mean?

everyone is ignorant about everything, to a point. Ignorance is viewed as a lack of knowledge (mostly). Or the inability to use that knowledge, because you lack the inductive/deductive reasoning to do so.

indoctrination and bias from birth are huge factors also.

is someone willfully ignorant if they truly believe something they were taught, that doesn’t have a clear reason for them to change their mind?

in a world of lies, half-truths, propaganda and dis-information, it’s hard to know what “truth” really is.

It has always been thus, life sucks and then you die.

The question about who's in the bed, Grandma or the Big Bad Wolf, has been around as long as recorded history.

"The Zarqawi PSYOP program is the most successful information campaign to date." ~ Gen. Mark (Killer) Kimmitt

http://www.bibliotecapleyades.net/archivos_pdf/911_newpearlharbor.pdf

http://www.cooperativeresearch.org/project.jsp?project=911_project

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3 hours ago, shiva2999 said:

It has always been thus, life sucks and then you die.

The question about who's in the bed, Grandma or the Big Bad Wolf, has been around as long as recorded history.

if your first sentence is true, and this is what I should expect, why should I spend my very short life worrying about the second question? 

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28 minutes ago, jc856 said:

if your first sentence is true, and this is what I should expect, why should I spend my very short life worrying about the second question? 

The first sentence doesn't imply that every waking moment of your life sucks and the possibility exists that one through action can make it suck less, especially when you can recognize the wolf in the bed in time to do something about it.

 

"The Zarqawi PSYOP program is the most successful information campaign to date." ~ Gen. Mark (Killer) Kimmitt

http://www.bibliotecapleyades.net/archivos_pdf/911_newpearlharbor.pdf

http://www.cooperativeresearch.org/project.jsp?project=911_project

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56 minutes ago, shiva2999 said:

The first sentence doesn't imply that every waking moment of your life sucks and the possibility exists that one through action can make it suck less, especially when you can recognize the wolf in the bed in time to do something about it.

 

Do you remember me asking you a few months ago if you believed in a Kalergi Plan-type thing going on, a secret society that controls the banks and media?

I believe you said, huh? Or something. I’m not positive if you followed up with that. It came up in the SB yesterday again, and other than ICR, nobody says a  thing about someone who tries and bring that stuff up on every topic. 
 

the reason I bring it up is to differentiate the people that think it’s solely the US Govt in cahoots with the MIC, or if you believe their are other sinister entities pulling the strings.

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52 minutes ago, jc856 said:

Do you remember me asking you a few months ago if you believed in a Kalergi Plan-type thing going on, a secret society that controls the banks and media?

I believe you said, huh? Or something. I’m not positive if you followed up with that. It came up in the SB yesterday again, and other than ICR, nobody says a  thing about someone who tries and bring that stuff up on every topic. 
 

the reason I bring it up is to differentiate the people that think it’s solely the US Govt in cahoots with the MIC, or if you believe their are other sinister entities pulling the strings.

Although like anyone the super rich will try to advance their interests but I don't believe it's a secret cabal per se.

I think it's just good old fashioned greed plus a sense of entitlement as self-justification.

Like the song says, money changes everything.

"The Zarqawi PSYOP program is the most successful information campaign to date." ~ Gen. Mark (Killer) Kimmitt

http://www.bibliotecapleyades.net/archivos_pdf/911_newpearlharbor.pdf

http://www.cooperativeresearch.org/project.jsp?project=911_project

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