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#32 - Would we be spiraled into WW3 is Putin decides to have a full…  [+] (7 replies) 08/09/2015 on Fookin Putin 0
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#33 - elsanna (08/09/2015) [-]
Probably, though he's more likely to invade the Baltic first, which is slightly less likely to bring us into WW3.

NATO in europe is kinda in a sorry state right now, so I wouldn't want to see this happen. The end of the USSR has made everyone soft. The Luftwaffe is still grounded last I heard because they can't afford to maintain their Eurofighters.
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#65 - avengeralpha (08/09/2015) [-]
There isnt much in the Baltics he can invade apart from Moldova the rest are NATO nations so he would have to Take on all of NATO. the opening weeks perhaps would be easy and he would take a lot of ground. But after that the NATO Nations would mobilize and grind the Russian Offensive into Submission I see only a couple of US units in Europe While the Bulk of Canadian and US troops would be around Vladivostok pushing an Invasion inland.

The End of such a war would be dependent on 2 factors.
1. the Willingness of the Russian people to fight.
2. The Use of nuclear weapons
#83 - elsanna (08/09/2015) [-]
Baltics, not Balkens mate.
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#84 - avengeralpha (08/10/2015) [-]
lol my bad but either way The Baltic states are all NATO members meaning he would have to go to war with NATO to expand there. If he expanded into Finland he would have to have a damn good reason to stop Scandinavia Uniting to fight the Russians back.

Cant believe I made such a stupid geography mistake.
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#85 - elsanna (08/10/2015) [-]
He really wants to test the NATO alliance, call their bluff.

It wouldn't be the first time a NATO nation was attacked and their allies didn't help them.
en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Indian_annexation_of_Goa
#55 - anon (08/09/2015) [-]
grab a book and realise that NATO has been invading for years already....
countries like poland and ukraine were supposed to never join NATO and there was to be a buffer between the west and russia, to keep shit from heating up again...

NATO broke all those deals under USA leadership because they had no enemies anymore in the world... they thought...
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#61 - avengeralpha (08/09/2015) [-]
Yeah people seem to forget NATO expansion and how fucking scary it must be for The Russian Gov. They probably couldn't count on China in a large war so They would have to fight a brutal two front war. when Ukraine switched leadership and immediately revoked Russian Basing rights in Crimea the Russians had no Choice they lose that base they have little hope of holding the black sea giving NATO aircraft Carriers and the like free reign in the case of war.
#449 - You're a fool if you think that there should not be reasonable…  [+] (2 replies) 08/08/2015 on Bernie comp 0
#452 - neoprepper (08/08/2015) [-]
Not southern, NEO stands for north east oregon. and the background checks we have in my state check for arrest records with state police. again don't try and govern a culture you know nothing about.
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#455 - alltimetens (08/09/2015) [-]
Look at this southerner still trying to talk to me.
#273 - I believe in the safety of the United States. Adding …  [+] (1 reply) 08/07/2015 on Bernie comp -4
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#277 - thatoneiranianguy (08/07/2015) [-]
Gee maybe it's because they don't have a stressed point of gun culture there?

There's a lack of guns to begin with.

I don't see why a nation should have to follow the culture of a country hundreds of miles away from it. Our climate is entirely different from that of Europe and the more soon you realise this the better.

In fact, just to prove that point, Switzerland's gun laws are severely more lenient than the U.S. but evidently have some of the lowest gun violence in the world. To even further prove that point, Central American countries have some of the most straitlaced gun laws in the world, but also have the highest murder rates in the world.

Is that because of guns? No, it's a side effect of socio-economic status and culture.
#254 - It might be sport for you, but it could be an opportunity to k…  [+] (4 replies) 08/07/2015 on Bernie comp -4
#354 - anon (08/07/2015) [-]
You are a bigot asshole. Speaking ill of some one because they are from the south is no different for any other kind of discrimination.
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#270 - thatoneiranianguy (08/07/2015) [-]
Ah, excellent argument, oh an ad hominem in there too!

I'm actually from Southwestern Michigan, a Northern state. I'm not from the South, but the South is quite the lovely place to visit!

How about you get that toxic, hateful shit out of here and come back with an actual retort?
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#273 - alltimetens (08/07/2015) [-]
I believe in the safety of the United States.

Adding guns to the mix will not deter gun deaths. We should follow Europe's example. See why THEY have such a low gun murder rate compared to the United States.
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#277 - thatoneiranianguy (08/07/2015) [-]
Gee maybe it's because they don't have a stressed point of gun culture there?

There's a lack of guns to begin with.

I don't see why a nation should have to follow the culture of a country hundreds of miles away from it. Our climate is entirely different from that of Europe and the more soon you realise this the better.

In fact, just to prove that point, Switzerland's gun laws are severely more lenient than the U.S. but evidently have some of the lowest gun violence in the world. To even further prove that point, Central American countries have some of the most straitlaced gun laws in the world, but also have the highest murder rates in the world.

Is that because of guns? No, it's a side effect of socio-economic status and culture.
#226 - I specifically said that there is no reason for anyone to own …  [+] (6 replies) 08/07/2015 on Bernie comp -4
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#234 - thatoneiranianguy (08/07/2015) [-]
I'm glad you're not in charge of anything.

My reason is I have a right to collect firearms and have fun. It's a sport for me.

Having a 10 round mag is going to be no different than having a 30 round mag, the people are still going to die.

I wonder when you people will get it through your head, banning guns and/or regulating accessories pertaining to firearms will change nothing. Just like in China, they just move along to another format of weapon and start getting good at killing people with them - just for China it was knives. Oh, but wait! That's OK though, because they're not guns therefore the kill count will be less!

I don't know about you, but while you're trying to lower kill counts, I'm trying to fix the problem to begin with. Which, surprisingly has nothing to do with guns or knives, it has to do with mental health, which is a disturbingly large problem here in the United States in comparison to European nations. There is nothing sane about an individual that wants to cause harm to others in a manner of shooting down unarmed civilians. But you know what? If you take their guns away, it still doesn't solve the problem. They're insane individuals, they're mentally disfigured due to whatever reason. You don't "just" murder someone. That ability to willingly take another human life outside of self defense or any other logical situation is purely driven by a culture of violence and in turn a culture that does not functionally recognise mental health issues and therefore does nothing to help these people or put them where they belong.

That being said, I'm a mentally stable individual, I work hard, I have a hobby - competition sport shooting, also collecting. If I want to own Fully Automatic firearms, I'll go through the insane amount of paperwork and pay the federal tax stamp it requires to acquire them, then go to the store, buy some evil high capacity magazines, and go out to the range and have fun.

Sorry, but I'll gladly keep my baby killers that can shoot through 10 schools.
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#254 - alltimetens (08/07/2015) [-]
It might be sport for you, but it could be an opportunity to kill for someone else.

Now shut the fuck up you Southern shithead.
#354 - anon (08/07/2015) [-]
You are a bigot asshole. Speaking ill of some one because they are from the south is no different for any other kind of discrimination.
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#270 - thatoneiranianguy (08/07/2015) [-]
Ah, excellent argument, oh an ad hominem in there too!

I'm actually from Southwestern Michigan, a Northern state. I'm not from the South, but the South is quite the lovely place to visit!

How about you get that toxic, hateful shit out of here and come back with an actual retort?
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#273 - alltimetens (08/07/2015) [-]
I believe in the safety of the United States.

Adding guns to the mix will not deter gun deaths. We should follow Europe's example. See why THEY have such a low gun murder rate compared to the United States.
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#277 - thatoneiranianguy (08/07/2015) [-]
Gee maybe it's because they don't have a stressed point of gun culture there?

There's a lack of guns to begin with.

I don't see why a nation should have to follow the culture of a country hundreds of miles away from it. Our climate is entirely different from that of Europe and the more soon you realise this the better.

In fact, just to prove that point, Switzerland's gun laws are severely more lenient than the U.S. but evidently have some of the lowest gun violence in the world. To even further prove that point, Central American countries have some of the most straitlaced gun laws in the world, but also have the highest murder rates in the world.

Is that because of guns? No, it's a side effect of socio-economic status and culture.