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Oh shit: 'Putin warns of nuclear war if Russia is threatened' [Infowars]


5 comments

  • DmoniX_The_Destroyer#

    DmoniX_The_Destroyer September 1, 2014 4:38:09 PM CEST

    Wow, gee I guess you told me! lol....

  • Ur_lnner_Voice#

    Ur_lnner_Voice September 1, 2014 10:16:17 AM CEST

    Hey DmoniX_The_Destroyer!
    I am the one editing the videos on this page, I'm sure you have a page like this too, stay there!
    I am not interested in your opinion about my use of language or about what you picked up from it. Apparently you don't understand what he does say, he reminds the world that they are a nuclear power, that you don't mess with powers like that. In the US that is a little hard to swallow, since the US feels superior towards everyone else. As a matter of fact what you call history, could well be qualified as an attitude-problem.
    Quod erat demonstrandum.
    Adios

  • DmoniX_The_Destroyer#

    DmoniX_The_Destroyer August 31, 2014 5:40:03 PM CEST

    No need for profanity's in the headlines of posted videos. Much like there is no need for fear mongering titles that mislead user's. he does not "warn of nuclear war" ANYWHERE in that video.

  • properREDeye#

    properREDeye August 30, 2014 5:14:45 PM CEST

    Try to imagine the response if Russia had multiple politicians in Mexico's governmental infrastructure, supplying arms to a new violently elected ex mob boss who is openly racist to the point where he has tried to ban the speaking of English/American by changing laws and is currently bombing the civilians he deems 'American rebels' just because the heritage of the area is mostly English speaking. This is actually the situation in Ukraine but replaced with Russia at the border as opposed to the US in my hypothetical situation.

  • properREDeye#

    properREDeye August 30, 2014 5:03:52 PM CEST

    Maybe if we stopped threatening them they would not say these things, ever consider that?
    Or maybe if our media outlets started retracting erroneous allegations made against the country before evidence is even collected, as opposed to just staying quiet when it turns out they got things backwards.
    Things like that would go a long way to improving international relations but it does not suit the puppet masters who want a permanent NATO and UN presence in the Ukraine in the form of bases, which incidentally breaches cold war treaties we are still obliged to which stipulate that the US will not try to gain permanent military bases any closer to Russia's borders than already exists.
    This is a mild response, as in words not action, to a such a broken treaty so important to Russia's defence



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