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  1. @tsuki I never referred to Putin as a demon spirit or whatever. He is a sick man, unfortunately with no cure for his disordered personality. As for excusing his behavior, someone who has schizophrenia could be excused for abhorrent behavior due to the sensory illusions he experiences. However, Putin appears to have normal sensory intake. He knows what he is doing so there is no reason to excuse his killer instincts anymore than the psychopathic serial killer. Putin is not criminally insane, meaning he knows right from wrong, but ignores or turns a blind eye to his behavior no matter how brutal if it appears to end in his favor.
  2. Why are we talking here like NATO is one united nation? It's not. The nations belonging to NATO are not just one big happy family and they were not all conspiring together to "get Putin." That idea is not true, but Putin is an accomplished liar and evidently very convincing with his latest lies. NATO can't even agree on some strategies to give Ukraine assistance. There is plenty of squabbling inside NATO. So this conspiracy story of how NATO was ever planning together in complete harmony to bring about the downfall of Russia is really nonsense, though Putin may believe that or at least he's pushing that viewpoint to justify marching into a country who has never threatened him and considered Russia a brother nation. NATO has not, as a practice, moved aggressively together in lockstep with the US, let alone in harmony, toward invading another country unless it was strictly a defensive move to help an underdog nation against a more powerful and brutal dictator than they can fight who intends to crush the downtrodden citizens into submission. The US is seen as the enforcer around the world which its own citizens do not wish for. Biden promised no more world policing during his campaign and is doing his best not to take on that role once again. I believe Putin figured out that for him, Putin, this would be a favorable time to carry out an attack, without military backing from the US for Unkraine. He has been unhappy about the way things went in '93 when the Soviet Union fell apart and was just waiting for the right time to start his campaign to get those territories back and re-establish the Soviet Union. And so it has begun. Putin wanted to do what Hitler did when he started WW2: Just roll into one country after another and conquer them with force only needing a day or two for them to capitulate. There is a you tube psychologist who has many videos out comparing the behavior of high profile people to symptoms of psychological illnesses and then proposes the odds of these people having psychological problems: And aside from all that, Ukraine was never a threat to Putin, never tried aggression towards him. They wanted into NATO. That was their big crime and Putin saw that and sees still that Ukraine being as large as they are and so close that NATO would have to come to Ukraine's aid and Putin wouldn't be able to get his hands on Ukraine. So we can't say that Putin was worried for Russia. Ohhh no. That dog don't hunt. Putin is and was worried only for his own self-interests. He wanted a bigger more powerful country to glorify himself. He wanted to bask in the position of power over such a vast state. One that he can't even afford. However with Ukraine's oil and gas reserves, he could support his vast country and he could do it in one fell swoop while becoming lead dictator in the world. What a feather in his cap that would be. It wouldn't last long anyway though even if he could conquer Ukraine because his best customers for gas and oil have now seen the light and will be switching to other sources of fuel. And then his prices will drop and his fortune will disappear and 1993 will repeat itself. Sad delusional little man. I almost could feel sorry for him, for about 2 seconds if he weren't slaughtering people and robbing them of their homes and futures.
  3. @Jodistrict Are you saying you don't think there really is a war going on with Russia and Ukraine?
  4. Yes, if you can't defend your views, because you don't know enough, then fine. Just quit and retreat.
  5. @Ananta I am in the US so it does effect me. You can have opinion, but you are poorly informed or listen to Fox too much. You are either ignoring or you simply do not know that, first of all, Trump is a terribly damaged person who spent all his life cheating others. The real estate he helped his Dad develop were overpriced and under maintained. If the tenets complained they would just lie about it. Someone would say the heat wasn't working, Trump would just say "it's not cold in here" and than slyly ask his partner in crime if he thought it was cold who of course would answer that no he didn't feel cold, in fact it seemed very warm. Huckster and con men use these tactics. Trump lied about his tax returns, built casinos that went bankrupt and didn't pay his contractors but wrote it off as a loss on his tax returns for profit. What's all that have to do with being President? Well, there are plenty more where those came from. All you have to is search Trump and casinos, resorts, real estate. In fact stop watching Fox and do some serious fact checking. All this means is he's dishonest and morally corrupt. Here is just a partial list of his worst acts as President: *Child Separation Policy *Withdrawal from the Paris Climate Agreement *His Attacks on the Affordable Care Act *His…and there’s no other way to say it…Racism *Enlisting Foreign Officials to Help His Candidacy *His Use of the Treasury to Line His Own Pockets, Emoluments Clause Be Damned *His Hugely Regressive Changes to the Tax Code *His Lies (They’re almost impossible to keep track of, but The Washington Post has put in the work, detailing 22,247 false or misleading claims through Aug. 27) . Thank you good President Trump. Furthermore, people trying to cross our borders even with permission were suddenly cut off from moving any closer to our borders including airplanes. Suddenly no one could come into our country. That wa s Trump's work and had to be reversed. But he wasn't done. He let immigration separate children from their parents at the southern border. The children were later shipped off to foster homes and the parents were left with little to no resources to find out where their children were sent. Hundreds still have not found their children yet. Thank you good President Trump. Trump lied about Covid and did not take it seriously, claimed it was like a flu and would go away when the weather warmed up. So he did not begin to act on it or even prepare for the consequences for precious months when we could have been developing meds that could have helped the victims and actually made a dent in the number of deaths. Then later he suggested during his press conference to everyone watching across the nation some really hair-brained ideas to help cure Covid that no one with a functioning brain would ever take seriously, taking horse dewormer to defeat the virus. A VIRUS. Or put some kind of light inside people, or get everyone to drink some household cleaner. This was highly amusing or puzzling behavior to the rest of the world. He never gave a rip about other people being harmed. Thank you good President Trump. This not a complete list. It would take me hours to list them all. Search for what did Trump do to protect the US and what did he do wrong and see how long the list for what he did to harm us compared to how long the list of what he did to help. Here is just a partial list of his worst acts as President: *Child Separation Policy *Withdrawal from the Paris Climate Agreement *His Attacks on the Affordable Care Act *His…and there’s no other way to say it…Racism *Enlisting Foreign Officials to Help His Candidacy *His Use of the Treasury to Line His Own Pockets, Emoluments Clause Be Damned *His Hugely Regressive Changes to the Tax Code *His Lies (They’re almost impossible to keep track of, but The Washington Post has put in the work, detailing 22,247 false or misleading claims through Aug. 27). If you want back ground on these issues, check: Thank you good President Trump. The most egregious thing he did was start an insurrection with forethought. It was all planned. The city was covered with posters advertising for people to come down for Trump's big event. Some of the plans were formed with Mr. PIllow guy who is a kook. The idea that a US President would take the advice of a t.v. huckster was laughable and looney to the world. But Trump pumped up the crowd not to mention the fringe neo nazi and fashists. Said they had to fight and to march on the Capital, that he would be with them. Of course as soon as he was done and his other mouth pieces were done, Donny boy split from everyone who was marching to the Capital and went back home to the White House where he could safely watch all the fun on his giant screen t.v. He was called by his advisers, his cronies, the WH security, his own kids who all said he had to call it off, call in the national guard. But did he do it for the sake of his country? Nope. Because he doesn't give a rip about anyone else. So the violence went on. Americans desecrating the WH, beating each other over the head with bricks and poles, trying to crush police. When did the US become the WWW federation? Trump's own VP was nearly seized and hung in front of his family since they were visiting. Meanwhile Trump was celebrating and drinking champagne in the safety of the secure WH. Hours later he finally made his scripted statement on camera that the rioters should just go home now. The whole thing was an outrage!! Thank you good President Trump. Btw Biden had no choice about leaving Afghanistan and how. There was a prior agreement for that deadline signed by Trump before Biden was elected. I was not pleased by how we left. I feel badly for those who were left behind. But I can see the air transporters were overwhelmed. Apparetly the entire country wanted to leave. I do feel the Biden administration should have figured out that the islamic radicals would be right there waiting to take over. But starting another war with them was not in the cards. And the deadline was non-negotiable.
  6. Really, the war with Ukraine has been going on since 1993. If you want to know what the background for all this current conflict is, see this you tube video. It takes a few minutes before the reasons start to become clear, but it's the most sensible solution as to why Russia invaded Ukraine. Once you get the connection it all becomes clear. Putin has made a mistake this time though. He didn't think the Ukrainians would mind being occupied.
  7. Republicans voted Trump, the psychopath or malignant narcissist, into power in 2016. He's the one who admired Putin because Putin was on the same level as he is. Now out of some distorted sense of loyalty to Trump (go figure) the Republicans are acting as if Putin is a strong leader as Trump liked to think. But he is sadly insecure and has to attack others before they attack him in order to feel more secure. He also is hoping to keep his oligarchy based wealth by making sure Ukraine cannot out do him in the only industry Russia has, oil and natural gas, that generate big money for him and his cronies. He saw the writing on the wall when large deposits of these resources were discovered in Crimea as well as two other large deposits inside Ukraine's borders. He invaded and annexed Crimea right away at that time and now he's trying the same thing on Ukraine as a whole. So Republicans being the party of greed and selfishness are trying to paint Putin as a good guy. Some poor schmucks will believe this. I just refuse to be a schmuck.
  8. It's greed as I mentioned before. Take a look at the only reason Putin would do this having to do with the combination of numerous factors which are clearly explained here:
  9. Here try this. It makes the most sense so far.
  10. Hmmm, very interesting. For the average American who was not informed by media, not even CNN, this is a much clearer picture of what is going on in Putin's head and why the situation with Ukraine came to be. Ukraine now wants to join NATO as they simply don't have the money, manpower, and military to keep Putin's war machine at bay. Or we could just drop a nuke on Putin's head in Moscow before he does it to us. I'm pretty sure he thinks we won't, but I bet it's being considered.
  11. No one is entirely sure what made Putin come to this crazy tactic to begin with but it is agreed he has been planning it for some time. First he moved troops over from Russia to the border of Ukraine and said it was only for military practice and they were not invading Ukraine. And he kept moving more troops and more equipment there. Then suddenly last Tues. the troops moved across the border and headed for the capitol city still saying he was only going to demilitarize the area which is a small area with resistance fighters. But the troops just kept on going to the capitol city. Now there are troops all over Ukraine and it seems Putin wishes to bring down the Ukraine government and reclaim Ukraine which used to belong to the Soviet Union up until 30 years ago. He has now made public speeches claiming that Ukraine was never a separate country and in reality , it still belonged to Russia, which is a lie. For 30 years Ukraine was a recognized independent sovereign nation. Putin says he demanded that they do not join the Nato alliance, but they gave him no assurance. So he decided to take action because Nato is a threat to him. [Nato has been an alliance for 70 years and never was a threat] Others believe he has other reasons to start a war, mostly, wanting to reclaim the Soviet Union the way it was before it broke into smaller nations. I think he's got something wrong with his mind and he's imagining stuff, even against his own advisors.
  12. Those questioning how this could happen should look up the website Firstly though, look at the interview on you tube with the website author and book author of his free pdf book mentioned on his website, also titled "A Walk in the Physical." He remembers his life prior to being reincarnated here and how he had to lower his energy to reach this low energy level of concsiousness. What he experienced and what his guides told him about our kind of experiences beforehand is highly enlightening.
  13. Suicide is not what's it's cracked up to be. Not a problem solver, just another set of problems you have to deal with. Read the following: The Morning After I Killed Myself | A Poem by Meggie Royer Posted at 13:26h in Awareness by elliesbus2 0 Com by Meggie Royer The morning after I killed myself, I woke up. I made myself breakfast in bed. I added salt and pepper to my eggs and used my toast for a cheese and bacon sandwich. I squeezed a grapefruit into a juice glass. I scraped the ashes from the frying pan and rinsed the butter off the counter. I washed the dishes and folded the towels. The morning after I killed myself, I fell in love. Not with the boy down the street or the middle school principal. Not with the everyday jogger or the grocer who always left the avocados out of the bag. I fell in love with my mother and the way she sat on the floor of my room holding each rock from my collection in her palms until they grew dark with sweat. I fell in love with my father down at the river as he placed my note into a bottle and sent it into the current. With my brother who once believed in unicorns but who now sat in his desk at school trying desperately to believe I still existed. The morning after I killed myself, I walked the dog. I watched the way her tail twitched when a bird flew by or how her pace quickened at the sight of a cat. I saw the empty space in her eyes when she reached a stick and turned around to greet me so we could play catch but saw nothing but sky in my place. I stood by as strangers stroked her muzzle and she wilted beneath their touch like she did once for mine. The morning after I killed myself, I went back to the neighbors’ yard where I left my footprints in concrete as a two year old and examined how they were already fading. I picked a few daylilies and pulled a few weeds and watched the elderly woman through her window as she read the paper with the news of my death. I saw her husband spit tobacco into the kitchen sink and bring her her daily medication. The morning after I killed myself, I watched the sun come up. Each orange tree opened like a hand and the kid down the street pointed out a single red cloud to his mother. The morning after I killed myself, I went back to that body in the morgue and tried to talk some sense into her. I told her about the avocados and the stepping stones, the river and her parents. I told her about the sunsets and the dog and the beach. The morning after I killed myself, I tried to unkill myself, but couldn’t finish what I started.
  14. Yes but it was really bad last night.
  15. @Proserpina I don't know!