Blackhawk

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  1. @NightHawkBuzz Just wait until you also realize that it's also true at the romantic level. Because there's always billions of better guys who can and will replace you. I think that hurts even more.
  2. @TheAlchemist "Mr. Putin has flaunted a modernized and more muscular military. But he lacks the economic strength and overall might to openly confront NATO, the European Union or the United States. Instead, he has invested heavily in a program of “weaponized” information, using a variety of means to sow doubt and division. The goal is to weaken cohesion among member states, stir discord in their domestic politics and blunt opposition to Russia." "Disinformation is regarded as an important aspect of Russian military doctrine, and it is being directed at political debates in target countries with far greater sophistication and volume than in the past. The flow of misleading and inaccurate stories is so strong that both NATO and the European Union have established special offices to identify and refute disinformation, particularly claims emanating from Russia." "Wilhelm Unge, a spokesman for the Swedish Security Service, said this year when presenting the agency’s annual report. “We mean everything from internet trolls to propaganda and misinformation spread by media companies like RT and Sputnik,” he said." “The role of nonmilitary means of achieving political and strategic goals has grown, and, in many cases, they have exceeded the power of force of weapons in their effectiveness,” Gen. Valery V. Gerasimov, the chief of the general staff of the Russian Armed Forces, wrote in 2013." “The data show how public opinion is changing thanks to the disinformation on those outlets,” said Jakub Janda, the think tank’s deputy director for public and political affairs. “They try to look like a regular media outlet even if they have a hidden agenda.” “If you can persuade a person, you don’t need to kill him.” https://www.nytimes.com/2016/08/29/world/europe/russia-sweden-disinformation.html
  3. @TheAlchemist My parents are from Finland. But they moved to Sweden and made me in Sweden. I have swedish-finnish citizenship and I can speak finnish. The current Russian leadership is a autocracy/dictatorship, and we (west) is democracy. So, Russia is bad, and west is good. It's important to not think that both sides are equally bad/good. Because then we have already lost, because then you have lowered yourself down to dictatorship level. Not only physical borders must be defended, also our values and minds must be defended. It's kind of wrong to say that "Nato wants to expand". Nato is getting bigger because democratic countries wants security and contribute to defend democracy by joining Nato. It's not a complex question. It's easy as hell. Sweden and Finland should join Nato. There's no cons with a membership.
  4. Their most recent video "Sweden and Finland consider NATO membership" has a few errors and is a bit too pro-Russia. Their claim: our neutrality saved us from WW2. Truth: Norway, Denmark, Finland, Iceland, Belgium, The Netherlands, Luxembourg, USA, Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania, Greece, San Marino, Monaco, Romania, Yugoslavia, Iran, and to relation of WW2: Czechoslovakia, China, and Albania were all neutral countries during WW2 but got invaded anyway. The reasons why Sweden didn't get invaded was because there was no big reason to invade it, luck, and because we broke our neutrality by helping Hitler. Their claim: Nato is pushing against Russia. Truth: no it's not. Look at this map, Russia is orange, Nato is green (I wrote the arrows to show where Russia has a border to Nato): Their claim: Sweden and Finland joining Nato would jeopardize the safety of Russia. Truth: no it would not. Nato is a defensive alliance against offensive attacks against the Nato-members. It's only for the protection of the member states, self-defense. Sweden and Finland joining Nato would only mean that it gets more difficult for Russia to do their hostile illegal offensive things: invade other countries. Their claim: Sweden never significantly cut their spending on military after the collapse of the Soviet Union. Truth: Sweden got rid of their military almost entirely. And any serious good analyzis comes to the conclusion that Sweden and Finland should join Nato. So why didn't they draw that conclusion?
  5. USA is late with free home delivered covid tests..
  6. I'm surprised that you think I'm emotionally unstable just based on our little talking. But yes, you are right that I'm emotionally unstable.
  7. Ok then, I will suffer for some years more and then committ suicide.
  8. I have taken psychedelics (2C-B-FLY) once, it gave me a hell experience and some mental problems for years. I have also taken weed once, it also gave me a hell experience. I have also got (kinda the same) hell experiences when sober. So should I try LSD now? I'm pretty sure that it will give me a hell experience too. If I take LSD it will be like playing russian roulette with my sanity at stake. The only reason why I even consider taking the risk is because I'm desperate for my life to get better. Basically my choices is suicide or risk getting insane by taking psychedelics. It would be better to be dead than be alive and insane, so.. I don't know. It's not a easy choice. I'm not saying that I'm seriously considering suicide right now (but I did before), but probably I will seriously consider it again a bit later in my life. So should I take LSD or not?
  9. "It just seems so strange that all of sudden we're all just here. Almost like we all just spawned out of nowhere." Yea that might very well be the biggest mystery. Because all other questions can only come after you wake up/become conscious. You waking up/becoming conscious is the beginning to everything. Like Big Bang.
  10. Oh and btw. The earth is flat. I'm simply stating a fact. Because all the flat-earthers say that the earth is flat.
  11. Dude.. "I'm simply stating a fact." "All enlightened teachers say that." I can't even.. Just stop. Don't reply to me anymore, thank you very much. Because it's just too stupid.
  12. And you project your happiness on everyone else when you say this:
  13. Probably not. I have never taken mushrooms.
  14. I disagree. My childhood was good, but I know for a fact that I'm 100% unworthy of everything. The truth is that some people are unworthy. But I think that Preety_India probably isn't unworthy.