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Trump & Putin have a conversation-, ISIS, negotiations,-peace.
« on: November 16, 2016, 08:14:23 am »
DONALD TRUMP CALLED UP PUTIN TODAY AND MADE A NEW DEAL THAT WILL SAVE AMERICA!
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  In short, both of them want an end to radical terrorism ISIS, fair negotations, and above all peace.
It's about time the Hilldogy's rhetoric on Russia was revealed for what it is, fear mongering that could have become a horrific global muckshow.
 Both of these men care about their country's, despite the negative rhetoric being driven by some folks, this was a good move...................
 I lived through the cold war as have many others on this site, crawled under my dessk at school, listened to the screachers going of signifying drills or attack, folks digging up bunkers in their back yards.
 END: Hilly would have us back to this sh**T,  NO THANKS.....
                                   

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Re: Trump & Putin have a conversation-, ISIS, negotiations,-peace.
« Reply #1 on: November 16, 2016, 08:21:57 am »
DONALD TRUMP CALLED UP PUTIN TODAY AND MADE A NEW DEAL THAT WILL SAVE AMERICA!
The Next News Network
  In short, both of them want an end to radical terrorism ISIS, fair negotations, and above all peace.
It's about time the Hilldogy's rhetoric on Russia was revealed for what it is, fear mongering that could have become a horrific global muckshow.
 Both of these men care about their country's, despite the negative rhetoric being driven by some folks, this was a good move...................
 I lived through the cold war as have many others on this site, crawled under my dessk at school, listened to the screachers going of signifying drills or attack, folks digging up bunkers in their back yards.
 END: Hilly would have us back to this sh**T,  NO THANKS.....
                                   

Chris, I am glad for your optimism. US President Trump will make deal and peace in Middle East with Russian President Putin. 

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Re: Trump & Putin have a conversation-, ISIS, negotiations,-peace.
« Reply #2 on: November 16, 2016, 06:28:49 pm »
Hi Al..
            My ol grandma was lit, Problems for example, I sought her advise as to what seemed like a load ofproblems on my back.. ( se was 83- in 1958 old shool). 
           Commeoms sence was her main base, making a point her strength,,When I discusses all my woes, she handed me a bag of potatoes and said peel them all NOW.. So I strarted peeling, She stoped me, NO,NO,NO I said peeel them all....NOW..
   Confused, I said Nana, I can only peel one at a time....Excalty she said, the same goes for problems, one at a time.
Reminds me of Trumps high issue problems, he seems to be tacklin then one at a time, in short priority's first.
   The Clinton deal, one hand he says they are good people.UMMMH. cards close the the chest, it can wait other issues outweigh the Clinton crime mafia, nut no forgotten..   I have no doubt he will at some point resurect this, if he did this now it would become a serious distractions, a mucken curcus show.  I think he has most of his prioritys line up inteligently.
  If he renegs on the clinton crew in the future I'll be serverely disapointed. My hope is CONGRESS keeps this on the table and the Feds remain intensive investigating, and bros they have busy agents.  TIMING is a integrel factor in making a case without it , SOP-the denials of  the accused, don"t remember, etcc. No matter the evidence is in our faces.
   Opinion, the Feds are in full gear , The Clint foundation is being scrutinized top to bottom...
Patience folks.   
 

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« Reply #3 on: November 12, 2017, 05:53:34 am »

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« Reply #4 on: November 13, 2017, 02:45:05 pm »
 Peace is good: only through Diplomatic Power...and America does have this power---think about the weapons that we have in space, since the 1980's.

old saying is: 'keep your Foes closer than your friends?

...game is coming to a close...
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« Reply #6 on: November 26, 2017, 12:12:46 pm »
How do you view the outcome of the Putin-Trump "on-the-fly" talk in Vietnam? Voting.

https://sputniknews.com/vote/201711121059032975/http://

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« Reply #7 on: December 16, 2017, 01:15:02 pm »
Telephone conversation between two Presidents: Donald Trump - Vladimir Putin  :)

https://www.politico.com/story/2017/12/14/trump-putin-north-korea-297735http://


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« Reply #9 on: February 12, 2018, 06:01:57 am »
Denzel Washington : " But you’ve got to understand that we dodged a bullet when Clinton lost. More than one bullet. We avoided a war with Russia, and we avoided the creation of an Orwellian police state.”  :)

https://archive.fo/vU6Kd#selection-797.0-835.21http://

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Re: Trump & Putin have a conversation-, ISIS, negotiations,-peace.
« Reply #10 on: February 12, 2018, 06:16:07 am »
Denzel Washington : " But you’ve got to understand that we dodged a bullet when Clinton lost. More than one bullet. We avoided a war with Russia, and we avoided the creation of an Orwellian police state.”  :)

https://archive.fo/vU6Kd#selection-797.0-835.21http://

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... Wow! Denzel ripped them a new one!
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« Reply #11 on: February 12, 2018, 06:24:33 am »
^^^

... Wow! Denzel ripped them a new one!

I am afraid that Denzel Washington is few one with sense for reason in Hollywood.  :(

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« Reply #12 on: February 13, 2018, 07:23:34 am »
There are some people in Hollywood that are good and decent people.
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« Reply #13 on: February 13, 2018, 07:27:09 am »
There are some people in Hollywood that are good and decent people.

But the other ones seems to be much more ?  :(

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« Reply #14 on: February 19, 2018, 03:29:25 pm »
Can Trump and Putin Avert Cold War II?

Monday - January 2, 2017 at 9:43 pm

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By Patrick J. Buchanan

In retaliation for the hacking of John Podesta and the DNC, Barack Obama expelled 35 Russian diplomats and ordered closure of their country houses on Long Island and Maryland’s Eastern shore.

Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov warned that 35 U.S. diplomats would be expelled. But Vladimir Putin stepped in, declined to retaliate at all, and invited the U.S. diplomats in Moscow and their children to the Christmas and New Year’s party at the Kremlin.

“A soft answer turneth away wrath, but grievous words stir up anger,” reads Proverbs 15:1. “Great move,” tweeted President-elect Trump, “I always knew he was very smart!”

Among our Russophobes, one can almost hear the gnashing of teeth.

Clearly, Putin believes the Trump presidency offers Russia the prospect of a better relationship with the United States. He appears to want this, and most Americans seem to want the same. After all, Hillary Clinton, who accused Trump of being “Putin’s puppet,” lost.

Is then a Cold War II between Russia and the U.S. avoidable?

That question raises several others.

Who is more responsible for both great powers having reached this level of animosity and acrimony, 25 years after Ronald Reagan walked arm-in-arm with Mikhail Gorbachev through Red Square? And what are the causes of the emerging Cold War II?

Comes the retort: Putin has put nuclear-capable missiles in the Kaliningrad enclave between Poland and Lithuania.

True, but who began this escalation?

George W. Bush was the one who trashed Richard Nixon’s ABM Treaty and Obama put anti-missile missiles in Poland. After invading Iraq, George W. Bush moved NATO into the Baltic States in violation of a commitment given to Gorbachev by his father to not move NATO into Eastern Europe if the Red Army withdrew.

Russia invaded Georgia in 2008, says John McCain.

Russia did, after Georgia invaded its breakaway province of South Ossetia and killed Russian peacekeepers. Putin threw the Georgians out, occupied part of Georgia, and then withdrew.

Russia, it is said, has supported Syria’s Bashar Assad, bombed U.S.-backed rebels and participated in the Aleppo slaughter.

But who started this horrific civil war in Syria?

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Was it not our Gulf allies, Turkey, and ourselves by backing an insurgency against a regime that had been Russia’s ally for decades and hosts Russia’s only naval base in the Mediterranean?

Did we not exercise the same right of assisting a beleaguered ally when we sent 500,000 troops to aid South Vietnam against a Viet Cong insurgency supported by Hanoi, Beijing and Moscow?

That’s what allies do.

The unanswered question: Why did we support the overthrow of Assad when the likely successor regime would have been Islamist and murderously hostile toward Syria’s Christians?

Russia, we are told, committed aggression against Ukraine by invading Crimea.

But Russia did not invade Crimea. To secure their Black Sea naval base, Russia executed a bloodless coup, but only after the U.S. backed the overthrow of the pro-Russian elected government in Kiev.

Crimea had belonged to Moscow from the time of Catherine the Great in the 18th century, and the Russia-Ukraine relationship dates back to before the Crusades. When did this become a vital interest of the USA?

As for Putin’s backing of secessionists in Donetsk and Luhansk, he is standing by kinfolk left behind when his country broke apart. Russians live in many of the 14 former Soviet republics that are now independent nations.

Has Putin no right to be concerned about his lost countrymen?

Unlike America’s elites, Putin is an ethnonationalist in a time when tribalism is shoving aside transnationalism as the force of the future.

Russia, it is said, is supporting right-wing and anti-EU parties. But has not our National Endowment for Democracy backed regime change in the Balkans as well as in former Soviet republics?

We appear to be denouncing Putin for what we did first.

Moreover, the populist, nationalist, anti-EU and secessionist parties in Europe have arisen on their own and are advancing through free elections.

Sovereignty, independence, a restoration of national identity, all appear to be more important to these parties than what they regard as an excessively supervised existence in the soft-dictatorship of the EU.

In the Cold War between Communism and capitalism, the single-party dictatorship and the free society, we prevailed.

But in the new struggle we are in, the ethnonational state seems ascendant over the multicultural, multiethnic, multiracial, multilingual “universal nation” whose avatar is Barack Obama.

Putin does not seek to destroy or conquer us or Europe. He wants Russia, and her interests, and her rights as a great power to be respected.

He is not mucking around in our front yard; we are in his.

The worst mistake President Trump could make would be to let the Russophobes grab the wheel and steer us into another Cold War that could be as costly as the first, and might not end as peacefully.

Reagan’s outstretched hand to Gorbachev worked. Trump has nothing to lose by extending his to Vladimir Putin, and much perhaps to win.

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Re: Trump & Putin have a conversation-, ISIS, negotiations,-peace.
« Reply #15 on: March 22, 2018, 07:11:10 pm »
Serbia wants to host Putin-Trump meeting

Serbia's Foreign Minister Ivica Dacic said on Wednesday his country was proposing to host the announced meeting between Vladimir Putin and Donald Trump
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Source: Tanjug Thursday, March 22, 2018 | 11:02


"Belgrade is fully prepared to be the host of such a meeting that is of planetary importance," Dacic told Sputnik. "As a militarily neutral country, Serbia has the foreign policy capacity to welcome the presidents of the Russian Federation and the United States of America."

"That would be the greatest confirmation of the policy we are conducting as a state," the minister remarked.

Last October, Belgrade was the venue chosen for several meetings held by Russian and US envoys for Ukraine.