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K_F

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Thank you for defending Donald Trump - he needs real friends now :icon14:
Well.. what are friends for in times of need  :greensml:

I take it you would have been supporting Billary and BA, when they did this  :icon14:
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Now you know why I am a fan of Alfred E. Neuman, the only reasonable approach is MAD (Mutually Assured Destruction) where all side are scared sh*tless of being nuked.

Wouldn't that imply that somebody has to deliver arms worth $50,000,000,000 each to Iran and Yemen?

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I was more thinking of the big three or perhaps two and a half, US, Russia and China. Iran seems to be holding its own at the moment but the situation in Yemen is very bad with a Cholera outbreak due to starvation and lack of medicine.
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Humans seem to have the idea that humanity can remain top dogs in the world,even when they keep thinning the herd to the point that it may not survive.

I am banking on the roaches to be the last ones standing.

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Yemen is one of the poorest country in the world. Around 80% of the food they need is imported with a population estimated to around 25 000 000 people. The country has a border to Saudi in the north, Oman to the east, and surrounded by the sea controlled by the US navy.

The Saudi/US coalition is targeting bridges and infrastructure leading in to the the country, bombing water towers and farms to destroy food production, fishing villages and boats. The plains doing the bombing needs refueling midair and this "gas station" is supplied by the US as I understand. There are now 18 000 000 people there in desperate need of food and water.

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Since March 2015, Saudi Arabia has led US-backed military intervention in Yemen aimed at reinstating Hadi, who lives in exile in Riyadh, and countering the advances of the Iran-backed Houthi forces.

https://www.theguardian.com/global-development/2017/may/03/yemen-hunger-norwegian-refugee-council-chief-jan-egeland-shocked-to-the-bones

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Must be a lot of oil in Yemen, seeing that the US/Saudi's are in there  :icon_exclaim:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2cjRGee5ipM  :icon_mrgreen:
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And remember Trump said this:

Trump: We should have taken Iraq's oil

http://www.cnn.com/videos/politics/2017/01/26/donald-trump-iraq-oil-newday.cnn

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Hey, The Donald is the best POTUS that America ever had :t

Not like that pussy of Obama:
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Last October, the Saudi Arabia-led coalition bombed a funeral hall in Yemen’s capital, Sanaa, killing and wounding hundreds of people.

“The scene was catastrophic,” one survivor told me.  “Beyond what I can explain to you or describe ... There were burned bodies and dead bodies all over the hall.”

Soon after that unlawful bombing, the Obama administration suspended the sale of nearly $400 million in weapons to Saudi Arabia.

It was a recognition, a long time in coming, that the coalition’s military campaign in Yemen had devastated the country, killed thousands of civilians and brought it to the brink of famine.

Donald will make America GREAT again, with $110,000 million in weapons to Saudi Arabia :t

That link is bullshit. It wasn't "soon after", it was over 2 months later.

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Assuming, very roughly, that they need 1 million dollars to kill one of their Yemenite enemies, then the Saudis will be able to kill 110,000 thousands of them. Isn't that GREAT news, America? Jobs jobs jobs jobs jobs jobs  :t

Obama administration arms sales offers to Saudi top $115 billion...
http://in.reuters.com/article/usa-saudi-security-idINKCN11D2J6

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Obama administration arms sales offers to Saudi top $115 billion...

Thanks for the link. Why am I not surprised?  ::)

The MIC doesn't care who is POTUS.

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Well, that 71 year 'Saudi/US' relationship is news to me - I suppose it never interested me  :bgrin:

There's a doccie on the Saudi 'royal' family on uTube, and it looks more like a 'Who dunnit Loving'
Buuut you have to think...

The Saudi's look after their own (who doesn't), They make $$$ from oil, anywhere they can find it.
They're Muslim, but not fanatical.. they have enemies = the fanatical muslims.. and friends = USA/UK = perfect combo.

So Saudi is the US's Muslim arm in the Middle East OR the US is the Saudi's Western arm.. makes sense  :bgrin:
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Trouble is with that view that the Saudis promote the Wahabi viewpoint over all other Muslims and are funding terrorists in Iraq, Libya, Syria and the Yemen that happily kill other Muslims, Christians, Yadizi and anything else that varies from their own viewpoint. With the backing of western and gulf governments, they have massacred their way through villages across Iraq and Syria leaving a trail of atrocities in their wake, trashed Palmyra after selling anything they could from there.

They in fact have an air force, the "Islamic State Air Force" is manned by the collection of western countries who supply the aircrafts, pilots and munitions to "accidently" bomb the Syrian army and to break up any chance of a working peace in Syria. That oil and gas off the coast of Syria must have massive potential if the west, Israel and the gulf countries all want their finger in the pie.  :P
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 This is very interesting.
Trump reportedly asked top US intelligence officials to publicly deny collusion between his campaign and Russia

Gets even more interesting.
 Senior White House officials also spoke to top intelligence officials about the possibility of the White House directly intervening in the FBI's investigation, officials told the Post.

"Can we ask him to shut down the investigation? Are you able to assist in this matter?" a White House official asked, according to one intelligence official.

http://www.businessinsider.com/trump-asked-top-intelligence-officials-to-deny-russia-ties-fbi-comey-flynn-2017-5

Might be bad when Trump gets back home.

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Ja.. all it takes is the fighting parties to sit around the table and exclude everyone else.
It is simple, and people will say.. Oh no it's too complicated - that is BS, and an excuse not to do so, and have an alternative agenda.

Once the table is set up, the US and USSR will have no one to sell their weapons to.. that will upset them  ;)
So they can then sell their weapons to another undeveloping 3rd world country  :t

It's always been hinted at that the USSR ans US are colluding in the Middle East... way back since Bush was there.
BA was part of this and now DT.

Those little media spats between them, is just smoke and mirrors for the benefit of the gullible.
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Trump pushes prime minister aside to be in first row for photograph
« Reply #43 on: May 26, 2017, 09:58:54 AM »
The video is here (after a 15 second ad). This guy is unbelievable, he really behaves like a toddler in kindergarden!

Also at CBS news: Trump shoves prime minister of Montenegro

And the NYT, with a slow motion video. Gorgeous :t

However, he has lost one fight: Trump v Macron: French president appears to win latest handshake battle
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Macron is literally crushing Trump's hand in the battle of the NATO handshakes. There's a new kid in town...

A delightful report from the White House pool reporter Philip Rucker described a handshake “with considerable intensity, their knuckles turning white and their jaws clenching and faces tightening”.

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I guess Jared Kushner ( Trump's son-in-law )  is now being investigated as part of the investigation into possible Russian interference in the past election:

http://www.cnn.com/2017/05/25/politics/fbi-russia-investigation-jared-kushner/
http://www.foxnews.com/politics/2017/05/25/jared-kushner-is-under-fbi-scrutiny-new-report-alleges.html

The nightly news is the most exciting thing on tv now here in America ( there's all ways something new happening every night since Trump took office ).