Trump: We will not leave Iraq if they do not pay


The American president commented on the decision of Iraqi parliamentarians to withdraw the US military from the country. Recall that such a decision was made the day before and the Iraqi deputies themselves were met with glee. The decision instructs US troops to leave Iraq, and it also draws a line under the operation under the loud name "Enduring Freedom."


According to Trump, the Iraqi MPs made a “bad decision”, and therefore, American sanctions may be imposed on Baghdad.

Donald Trump tweeted:

We built a very expensive air base there. It cost us billions of dollars. This was long before my presidency. We will not leave (from Iraq), unless, of course, they pay with us.

According to the US president, if Iraq insists on the withdrawal of American troops “and this is not very friendly,” (quote): “we will impose sanctions against them on such a scale that they have never seen before”.

According to Trump, even sanctions against Iran will seem soft to Baghdad.

These are amazing statements in terms of their unceremoniousness. After all, the president of the state that is actually occupying Iraq makes it clear that the occupation intends to continue as long as the United States needs it. And if Iraq wants the withdrawal of American troops, then the country's authorities must pay.
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  1. Shkworen 6 January 2020 07: 24 New
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    Nothing personal just business :)
    1. Evil543 6 January 2020 07: 37 New
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      The price for the best democracy in the world.
      1. bessmertniy 6 January 2020 08: 06 New
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        In principle, this is a very convenient opportunity for the Americans to resell the base in Iraq, for example, to China. what And not only in Iraq. After all, Americans have hundreds of bases around the world fellow . And if you sell them all, it is possible that the Americans will be able to reduce their public debt repeat .
        1. Evil543 6 January 2020 08: 40 New
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          Let them put it on Avito bully
          1. figwam 6 January 2020 10: 45 New
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            The United States is an ordinary gangster group of a global scale, working on the principle of entrance 1 ruble, exit 2.
            1. Olgovich 6 January 2020 11: 29 New
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              Quote: figvam
              USA ordinary bandit group global scale, working on the principle of input 1 ruble, output 2.

              and her methods coexistence and egregious rudeness..

              They are not embarrassed by anything, they have discarded all the husks about the "peoples", "demorcation", etc.

              Bulls ....
            2. Finn 6 January 2020 12: 04 New
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              Any state is the most ideally organized criminal group. The levels are simply different, some plundering the resources of their own country and robbing their citizens, trafficking in arms, drugs, in small organized crime groups like the Netherlands, Finland and etc. trade in prostitutes. And the United States, due to the press of counterfeit money, has also risen and is hammering other organized crime groups.
              1. NordUral 6 January 2020 20: 09 New
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                Not everyone, there was the USSR, albeit not without flaws, but it was definitely not an organized crime group, which cannot be said about Russia from the 91st. But the States, and the entire Anglo-Saxon world and their European satellites, as they began with banditry, cannot stop.
            3. SSR
              SSR 6 January 2020 12: 36 New
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              Quote: figvam
              The United States is an ordinary gangster group of a global scale, working on the principle of entrance 1 ruble, exit 2.

              Well, Kamrad, do not be shy!
              Destroy hundreds of thousands of people, drive away the economy for 50 years, wreak havoc in the country and neighboring countries (through the same igil) and at the same time declare that the airdrome is damn expensive - this is aerobatics of arrogance and arrogance!)))

              We built a very expensive air base there. It cost us billions of dollars.

              According to the one hundred point scale of hypocrisy, even for bandits this is 100000% bust)))
              From the category, I tortured you with an iron and a soldering iron and did not find chemical weapons, although I had a test tube at the gathering. In general, it’s not your fault, but such scars from an iron and a soldering iron cost a lot, you now owe me a lot of money for them. wassat
              1. nerovnayadoroga 6 January 2020 12: 41 New
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                Not for scars, but for electricity.
                1. SSR
                  SSR 6 January 2020 12: 46 New
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                  Quote: nerovnayadoroga
                  Not for scars, but for electricity.

                  No, it’s probably not that))) No wonder Rice, Dick Cheney, D Rumsfeld, K Powell, and others, became holders and shareholders of large oil companies before the war. They are not so sickly welded up on "electricity", including through the supply of small items to the army. Then it was just necessary to poke something and say - buy a brick and then ......))))
          2. Plate 6 January 2020 18: 29 New
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            I would buy a base with nuclear bombs in one place and a base with missiles in another. Immediately an interesting life will begin.
        2. Vol4ara 6 January 2020 10: 18 New
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          Quote: bessmertniy
          In principle, this is a very convenient opportunity for the Americans to resell the base in Iraq, for example, to China. what And not only in Iraq. After all, Americans have hundreds of bases around the world fellow . And if you sell them all, it is possible that the Americans will be able to reduce their public debt repeat .

          The last thing that bothers them is the public debt. While there are these bases about them, they wanted to chew on a public debt
        3. ltc35 6 January 2020 14: 12 New
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          And the United States does not intend to reduce its public debt. Many may decide to recover their debts. But no one will give them to them. Just like they are to nobody. Such is the situation.
          1. Quadro 6 January 2020 18: 31 New
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            Quote: ltc35
            And the United States does not intend to reduce its public debt. Many may decide to recover their debts. But no one will give them to them. Just like they are to nobody. Such is the situation.

            Enough of the typical servility in the style of "US Almighty." Already now their "omnipotence" is wobbling, now you cannot scare aircraft carriers, because stupid troughs and almost all of them are under repair along with smaller ships that stand there rust, sooner or later they will be demanded from them and they will be FORCED to repay debts, it’s only now no one has ventured.
        4. demo 6 January 2020 15: 23 New
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          This is Trump for the Germans said.
          There, Ramstein’s base is better than Iraq.
          Well done Trump.
          He does everything so that the eyes of the Syavka and Sixes would open faster and wider.
          Even Soviet propaganda could not compete with Trump in the degree of harm to the United States.
          Come on Donald, burn.
        5. maidan.izrailovich 7 January 2020 17: 46 New
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          And if you sell them all, it is possible that the Americans will be able to reduce their public debt

          Why is it for someone who prints money for the rest of the world?
          And I won’t be surprised if the United States announces tomorrow that they will cancel their debt. And absolutely nothing will happen. Just as it was with the gold dollar security.
          Returning to the bases. The base is precisely that guarantee that dollars would be regularly bought by the rest of the world. So why sell them?
      2. Basil50 6 January 2020 08: 38 New
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        evil
        But in Russia we have individuals for whom the United States is not just * the light in the window *, but something more. It seems to me that starting from the time of Khrushchev and * sixtyrasts * we are stubbornly creating a sect * of US witnesses *. They receive money for non-poor living from Americans and texts that are voiced or written on their own behalf.
        1. Andvigor 6 January 2020 09: 41 New
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          Shestidarasty - original!
        2. tihonmarine 6 January 2020 11: 49 New
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          Quote: Vasily50
          It seems to me that starting from the time of Khrushchev and * sixtyrasts * we are stubbornly creating a sect * of US witnesses *.

          Briefly, clearly and directly in the eyebrow.
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      3. Rostislav Bely 6 January 2020 09: 25 New
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        After the assassination of Iranian Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps Kassem Suleimani by an American missile strike, the U.S. House of Representatives will decide to limit the military power of President Donald Trump of the United States over Iran. This was announced by the speaker of the lower house of the legislature, Nancy Pelosi.
        “The resolution (...) confirms the long-established oversight responsibilities of the Congress, requiring that (...) the administration initiated against Iran be terminated within 30 days,” the representative of the chamber said in a statement on the website.
        According to Pelosi, the presidential administration carried out a “provocative and disproportionate military airstrike,” which threatened American diplomats, military personnel, and others. She noted that the decision of the head of the White House could cause a serious escalation of tension in relations with Iran.
    2. askort154 6 January 2020 08: 51 New
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      Shkworen .....Nothing personal just business :)


      This is not a business. This is transcendental cynicism. Destroy a country by destroying thousands of its citizens. After which, demand a ransom for the occupation of this country. And call it all - "indestructible freedom."
      1. Vol4ara 6 January 2020 10: 25 New
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        Quote: askort154
        Shkworen .....Nothing personal just business :)


        This is not a business. This is transcendental cynicism. Destroy a country by destroying thousands of its citizens. After which, demand a ransom for the occupation of this country. And call it all - "indestructible freedom."

        Trump is a hammer, we chew it, that's why we shaved everything we got from the victory in WWII, and the Warsaw block and East Germany and our own country, and hi NATO from the borders and Bandera in Ukraine
      2. Pete mitchell 6 January 2020 11: 22 New
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        Quote: askort154
        This is not a business. This is transcendental cynicism. Destroy a country by destroying thousands of its citizens. After which, demand a ransom for the occupation of this country. And call it all - "indestructible freedom."

        Trump's decisive statements and endless cynicism are two sides of the same coin, designed for the faint of heart and the impressionable. Until Arlington is pulled cargo 200 Americans will continue to applaud this highway gangsterand then peck
        1. Grits 6 January 2020 16: 00 New
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          Quote: Pete Mitchell
          Until loads of 200 reach Arlington

          Do not stretch. American soldiers will not climb to slaughter in Iran. They will be wet with cruise missiles and aircraft from afar.
          1. Pete mitchell 7 January 2020 03: 20 New
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            We are talking about finding Amerov’s fighters in Iraq. Persians can stand in a pose and any spark can blaze great.
    3. Svarog 6 January 2020 09: 12 New
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      These are amazing statements in terms of their unceremoniousness. After all, the president of the state that is actually occupying Iraq makes it clear that the occupation intends to continue as long as the United States needs it. And if Iraq wants the withdrawal of American troops, then the country's authorities must pay.

      Trump with straightforward cowboy voiced the obvious things ..
      1. Terenin 6 January 2020 09: 33 New
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        Quote: Svarog
        These are amazing statements in terms of their unceremoniousness. After all, the president of the state that is actually occupying Iraq makes it clear that the occupation intends to continue as long as the United States needs it. And if Iraq wants the withdrawal of American troops, then the country's authorities must pay.

        Trump with straightforward cowboy voiced the obvious things ..

        Deflection - counted!
        1. Svarog 6 January 2020 09: 36 New
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          Quote: Terenin
          Deflection - counted!

          In terms of deflection? This is a statement of fact .. Trump neglects the diplomatic language and speaks straightforward, like a village man ..
          1. Terenin 6 January 2020 14: 25 New
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            Quote: Svarog
            Quote: Terenin
            Deflection - counted!

            In terms of deflection? This is a statement of fact .. Trump neglects the diplomatic language and speaks straightforward, like a village man ..

            So make it clearer. You can be a village peasant by birth, or you can be by ... behavior. I myself am a country man.
      2. Quadro 6 January 2020 18: 28 New
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        Quote: Svarog
        These are amazing statements in terms of their unceremoniousness. After all, the president of the state that is actually occupying Iraq makes it clear that the occupation intends to continue as long as the United States needs it. And if Iraq wants the withdrawal of American troops, then the country's authorities must pay.

        Trump with straightforward cowboy voiced the obvious things ..

        Well, of course, directly with directness and in fact. With the DPRK, he, too, like a cowboy and “in fact” spoke the word directly and as a village gentleman took the word back. And he shouted that he would almost wipe it off the face of the earth.
    4. Andvigor 6 January 2020 09: 47 New
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      Yeah, Scrooge McDuck is spinning around like a skillet so that he doesn't become a Peking duck.
      In the task of a man! Withdraw troops from Iraq, but do not lose face, get out for a second term, burn megatons of your paper in a freshly fired rocket fire, and survive!
      Giant!
      1. bessmertniy 6 January 2020 10: 20 New
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        The father of world democracy! What will you take from him! wassat
    5. venik 6 January 2020 13: 09 New
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      Quote: Shkworen
      Nothing personal just business :)

      ========
      Plus a blatant rudeness and an unprecedented NAGLOSTI !!! That's the whole "American business" and keeps !!! am
    6. Paul Siebert 6 January 2020 17: 25 New
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      You have to pay.
      Iron and blood.
      That is how Russia paid and pays for its temporary defeats.
      But will the Iraqi Arabs have the courage and will?
      The big question is ...
  2. svp67 6 January 2020 07: 25 New
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    Donald Trump tweeted:

    We built a very expensive air base there. It cost us billions of dollars. This was long before my presidency. We will not leave (from Iraq), unless, of course, they pay with us.

    Torgash, in all TORGASH. Is the base expensive? So TAKE IT WITH YOU ...
    After all, the president of the state that is actually occupying Iraq makes it clear that the intention is to continue the occupation as long as the United States needs it. And if Iraq wants the withdrawal of American troops, then the country's authorities must pay.
    Masks dropped ... Here it is their "true face"
    But the Americans run up, and are not afraid that Vietnam seems to them a "kindergarten"?
    1. rich 6 January 2020 07: 42 New
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      In parallel, Iraq also needs to bring a multi-billion-dollar US lawsuit in court for destroyed infrastructure. This "businessman" only understands such a language
      1. svp67 6 January 2020 07: 52 New
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        Quote: Rich
        In parallel, Iraq also needs to bring a multi-billion-dollar US lawsuit in court for destroyed infrastructure.

        Judging by the latest decisions of this court, I’m afraid that he will also write a fine for Iraq, leaving him with “a complaint without consequences ...”
        1. AlexVas44 6 January 2020 08: 06 New
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          Quote: svp67
          he will also write a fine to Iraq, leaving him "a complaint without consequences ..."

          They took it off the tongue, and I want it "according to the classics" - "And who are the judges? - For antiquity
          To a free life their enmity is implacable, "
        2. Grits 6 January 2020 16: 04 New
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          Quote: svp67
          Judging by the latest decisions of this court, I’m afraid that he will also write a fine for Iraq, leaving him with “a complaint without consequences ...”

          It is clear that there will be no answer to such a lawsuit. But, nevertheless, to put forward such an account would be very good. And so that the whole world knows about it and knows the amount of the bill.
        3. NordUral 6 January 2020 20: 15 New
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          That's for sure. Gazprom is constantly being explained.
      2. abrakadabre 6 January 2020 09: 52 New
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        In parallel, Iraq also needs to bring a multi-billion-dollar US lawsuit in court for destroyed infrastructure.
        Not only for infrastructure:
        1. Compensation for each killed and not born due to war and occupation for the entire period.
        2. Compensation for looted and destroyed cultural property. Both national and world significance.
        3. Compensation for lost profits from the production and sale of hydrocarbons.
        4. Direct payments for stolen oil.

        In general, before filing such claims, it is necessary to remove ALL the headquarters of international organizations from the United States. UN first. Otherwise, all this is a complete crap.
        Even if we assume a fantastic scenario of unanimous condemnation of the United Nations by the United States and holding sanctions against this country through a vote, all UN staff (and not only the UN) will simply be arrested and put in jail. They also beat the kidneys and pluck their teeth with pliers. They have experience, and there are no brakes.
        1. Grits 6 January 2020 16: 06 New
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          Quote: abrakadabre
          all UN personnel (and not only the UN) will simply be arrested and put in jail

          And the UN itself will be declared a terrorist organization and impose sanctions
    2. Ross xnumx 6 January 2020 08: 25 New
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      Quote: svp67
      But the Americans run up, and are not afraid that Vietnam seems to them a "kindergarten"?

      good This was the very first thought in reading the article.
      To stop the American chaos can only chaos retaliatory. Apparently they want it. They probably have some kind of spare planet Earth ... belay
      Or maybe these reptilians just decided to free the Earth from human civilization in this way? repeat
      PS I thought and realized why so many Russophobia and sanctions are pouring on Russia ...
      We didn’t pay for the McDonald’s ... laughing
      1. svp67 6 January 2020 08: 27 New
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        Quote: ROSS 42
        I thought and understood why so many Russophobia and sanctions are pouring on Russia ...
        We didn’t pay for the McDonalds ...

        And for “PepsiCola” and “Marlboro” how much they owe ... Not to mention the payment for washing the “dirty clothes of American inhabitants” during the Caribbean conflict
        1. abrakadabre 6 January 2020 09: 54 New
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          And for PepsiCola
          Correction: for Coca-Cola. Pepsi and fantas were paid in Soviet times strictly under contracts
          1. svp67 6 January 2020 10: 38 New
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            Quote: abrakadabre
            Pepsi and fantas were paid in Soviet times strictly under contracts

            I'm afraid that they recounted these payments ...
      2. NordUral 6 January 2020 20: 16 New
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        No wonder they are burrowing deeper and deeper into the earth. Just so nothing is done by the Anglo-Saxons.
    3. Den717 6 January 2020 12: 04 New
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      What masks? Masks were there until the 1880s. And then only a stretched frozen smile with a grin of artificial teeth. Everyone has long understood what "American help" carries. In this world, apart from their own well-being, they are not interested in anything. For them, God is money. And I must admit that they use them competently, outbid the national elites of different countries. And those, in turn, work out their interests to the detriment of their own countries. And so wherever they appear. And long enough to stop being surprised.
  3. sagitch 6 January 2020 07: 25 New
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    The typical behavior of bandits. No, more precisely, bandits from all over the world study with the USA.
  4. Mountain shooter 6 January 2020 07: 29 New
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    The brakes failed completely. Is Trump Alone? He is supported by half of the USA. Not sure about the second half. But she (this half) may not know where this Iraq is located at all ...
    1. svp67 6 January 2020 07: 30 New
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      Quote: Mountain Shooter
      But she (this half) may not know where this Iraq is located at all ...

      Yes, they know, since it was from this half that the soldiers who fought and are fighting in Iraq recruited
      1. Mountain shooter 6 January 2020 07: 35 New
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        Yes, they know, since it was from this half that the soldiers who fought and are fighting in Iraq recruited

        They have an hired army. And they recruit her in very different ways. Serve for a long time. Most of the contingent was hired before the presidential election.
        1. svp67 6 January 2020 07: 35 New
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          Quote: Mountain Shooter
          Most of the contingent was hired before the presidential election.

          But it’s from the “half” that “for Trump”
          1. Quadro 6 January 2020 18: 35 New
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            Quote: svp67
            Quote: Mountain Shooter
            Most of the contingent was hired before the presidential election.

            But it’s from the “half” that “for Trump”

            In the US Army, a huge number of migrants who serve there for citizenship, about which "half of the Americans" you speak of - is unclear.
            1. NordUral 6 January 2020 20: 18 New
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              Duck the entire population of the United States is migrant. Just different degrees of numbness.
    2. Ross xnumx 6 January 2020 08: 28 New
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      Quote: Mountain Shooter
      Not sure about the second half. But she (this half) may not know where this Iraq is located at all ...

      Until coffins from Vietnam began to arrive in the late 60s, they thought that Asia was India and Japan ...
  5. Aleks2048 6 January 2020 07: 34 New
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    We built a very expensive air base there. It cost us billions of dollars. This was long before my presidency. We will not leave (from Iraq), unless, of course, they pay with us.

    Interestingly, in the world, US allies with US military bases on their territory are now aware of their position? Or do they even piss into the eyes of all God's dew?
    1. Air force 6 January 2020 09: 29 New
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      Everyone understands everything perfectly, and the United States has no allies in the world, there are only vassals. And those who advocate for the United States and set them as an example are either impenetrable fools (there are few of them and they are mostly simple duped ordinary people, the bulk of the electorate and people like him), or simply bought with giblets, or on a hook. No other is given. Do you think German politicians do not understand that they are in occupation, and NATO is an occupation tool. It’s just that when the ruins of the USSR were robbed, everything was enough, the nuts weren’t tightened, NATO was expanding, politicians were buying up bundles, the financial pyramid was growing, what kind of freedom, who needs it, when occupation is sweetly fed and career growth. But when the financial difficulties began with the hegemon, the nuts began to tighten, Europe was ordered to impose sanctions on itself against the Russian Federation, accept hundreds of thousands of refugees, SP2 wanted sanctions, the contract between Europe and Iran was ordered to be broken, and if you don’t want to have a terrorist act and Iran itself leaves the deal. etc. So everyone understands everything for a long time. PS All of Europe in the 41st fought with the Soviet Union, hundreds of thousands of Europeans personally took part in the genocide of Soviet citizens (they burned whole villages), and in the 45th it turns out that none of European society knew anything, (like soldiers from the fronts did not write , they didn’t send the photos and didn’t come on vacation with the loot) as a result, I'm sorry we were mistaken, the treacherous Hitler deceived us, but just then everyone knew everything and the nuts were untwisted in the European occupation by all Parisians and many others. It was sweet and career growth was ensured.
    2. Grits 6 January 2020 16: 16 New
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      Quote: Alex2048
      Interestingly, in the world, US allies with US military bases on their territory are now aware of their position

      Now, the Baltic states and seafarers must pay for bases and American troops. Otherwise, they will be sanctioned.
      Japan, Germany and South Korea - they generally swelled to the fullest. A joke, but there is some truth in it. I will not be surprised that in a few years we will witness something similar. What now seems fantastic. But. Indeed, literally a dozen years ago, we could not even think about the cynicism that the US president is broadcasting to the whole world now.
    3. NordUral 6 January 2020 20: 19 New
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      It seems to me that Europe is already itching.
  6. knn54 6 January 2020 07: 37 New
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    The invasion of Iraq and the use of prohibited ammunition caused enormous environmental damage.
    Cultural property was removed and destroyed. So the indebtedness of the Yankees and Co. is orders of magnitude greater than the cost of the air base.
    Yes, and oil is pumped continuously.
    1. bessmertniy 6 January 2020 08: 12 New
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      And how many Americans killed in Iraq, destroyed military equipment when they launched the Desert Storm! negative
  7. Vitalonson 6 January 2020 07: 46 New
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    Yes, with blood and destruction of a stable country, they have long paid off with you .. What do you still need the United States?
    Today is the day of the armed forces of Iraq!
    1. Shuttle 6 January 2020 08: 11 New
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      Quote: Vitalonson
      Yes, with blood and destruction of a stable country, they have long paid off with you .. What do you still need the United States?
      Today is the day of the armed forces of Iraq!

      What else does the US need?
      47 thousand combat losses - that's what. They don’t understand otherwise.
      Iraq does not have its own Ho Chi Minh.
      1. Vitalonson 6 January 2020 08: 16 New
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        Quote: Shuttle
        Iraq does not have its own Ho Chi Minh.

        And which ones were quickly eliminated ..
      2. NordUral 6 January 2020 20: 20 New
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        Iraq does not have its own Ho Chi Minh.
        Like we do not!
  8. ML-334 6 January 2020 07: 48 New
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    I would give Iran everything against what was built in Romania.
  9. Vladimir Fedin 6 January 2020 07: 55 New
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    Iraqis ate democracy
  10. Gennady Fomkin 6 January 2020 08: 02 New
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    One word - Anglo-Saxons. "The burden of a white man." laughing
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    Reckoning will not worry
  12. maden.usmanow 6 January 2020 08: 07 New
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    Leave Iraq alone with the Persians. After a couple of months, they themselves will conquer.
  13. PDM80 6 January 2020 08: 17 New
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    Well, what can I say, history has a cyclic property. The first world war at the beginning of the 20th century was overwhelmed by the division of the colonies, now the neocolonial time has come again and trump in this regard is well done, which honestly and openly talks about it. The question is what we will do, we will continue to talk about international law and the UN (which we don’t rest against anyone) or we will firmly defend our interests, because the serious struggle for the Arctic and Africa is no longer mountains !!!
  14. Dmitry Potapov 6 January 2020 08: 34 New
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    One wants to ask someone: Will we continue to call the USA partners? Or is it time to move on to the terminology of the Cold War and call a spade a spade?
    1. AllBiBek 6 January 2020 09: 16 New
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      “Partners” and “probable opponents” are synonyms, moreover in life. Anyone who went through the procedure of divorce and division of property will not let you lie.
      1. Dmitry Potapov 6 January 2020 09: 25 New
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        "Probable adversary" is no longer relevant, "enemy" is the most appropriate name for the United States, only for some reason only those states are guided by this term where the power is really popular.
    2. NordUral 6 January 2020 20: 23 New
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      It is useless to ask this "someone". We must ask ourselves - will we endure these and crawl into the cemetery?
      1. Dmitry Potapov 7 January 2020 07: 57 New
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        I agree. It is useless to ask. Some promises, and messages to the federal assembly. A bunch of bourgeois must be hung from Kaliningrad to Nakhodka.
  15. Vasyan1971 6 January 2020 08: 34 New
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    These are amazing statements in terms of their unceremoniousness.

    And is someone else able to wonder at the hegemonic behavior?
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      Quote: Vasyan1971
      These are amazing statements in terms of their unceremoniousness.

      And is someone else able to wonder at the hegemonic behavior?

      - To call a procurator a hegemon! Do not say extra words! Do you understand?! © Mikhail Bulgakov.
  16. Klingon 6 January 2020 08: 34 New
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    yeah, forgot to see the striped, like sitting in the garbage pits in Vietnam wassat
  17. Thrifty 6 January 2020 08: 40 New
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    Che ate soap, or by nature so stupid? ?? fool Your military must rebuild Iraq from scratch for the "democracy on the blood" that your country brought to the people of Iraq! !!
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      Che ate soap, or by nature so stupid? ?? fool Your military must rebuild Iraq from scratch for the "democracy on the blood" that your country brought to the people of Iraq! !!

      If anyone could force them to do this, then they themselves would not have snooped. But there is no such hero anymore on this planet. But it was ...
    2. sergo1914 6 January 2020 09: 43 New
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      Che ate soap, or by nature so stupid? ??


      Wuhu he ate.
      1. NordUral 6 January 2020 20: 24 New
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        This is their constant state ever since America was seen.
  18. Gennady Fomkin 6 January 2020 08: 41 New
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    Nonsense. They promise a couple of Iraqi generals a green card and the opportunity to become taxi drivers in New York, they themselves will demolish any Iraqi government. laughing
    1. Mordvin 3 6 January 2020 09: 57 New
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      Nonsense. They promise a couple of Iraqi generals a green card and the opportunity to become taxi drivers in New York, they themselves will demolish any Iraqi government.

      First, watch the movie "House of Sand and Fog." repeat
    2. Grits 6 January 2020 16: 25 New
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      Nonsense. They promise a couple of Iraqi generals a green card and the opportunity to become taxi drivers in New York, they themselves will demolish any Iraqi government

      Quite possibly. After all, this has already passed. Donkey with gold did the trick. If all Iraqi generals stood in that war to the end together with their soldiers, then it is quite possible that he would now be glorified as a second Vietnam. But, the Arabs were too greedy and too cowardly. Now reaping the benefits. And who said that they would feed in the occupation?
    3. Quadro 6 January 2020 18: 40 New
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      Do you think they are selling so easily now? It is ridiculous that in Iraq they are generals, perhaps even respected and in any way have some kind of income on the side, and there they will be nobody, like the Squeaks, who, if anything, will be spent on expenses. Not so stupid. And not everything in this world is bought, otherwise the United States would not have profiled its nuclear energy like much else.
      1. NordUral 6 January 2020 20: 26 New
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        And in the USSR there were many such stupid people. One labeled thing is worth it.
  19. rocket757 6 January 2020 08: 48 New
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    Question - And who can rationalize minke whales now?
    1. novel66 6 January 2020 10: 31 New
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      the answer is no one! no one can by military means, and the courts are all under them. Hello hello hi
      1. rocket757 6 January 2020 12: 48 New
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        Hello Roman soldier
        Striped with accomplices for a long time created just such, THEIR WORLD!
        There are conditionally “non-submissive” ones, only they are not in a hurry to create a center of another power, they are mainly baked for their interests.
        In the foreseeable future, it is difficult to expect anything else.
        And those who are "rebellious" pull the blanket over themselves ... so nothing really good, reliable will fail.
    2. Reptiloid 6 January 2020 11: 00 New
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      hi Good morning comrades!
      Quote: rocket757
      Question - And who can rationalize minke whales now?

      Everyone is trying to protect only their interests from them, ((the result is known.)) Striped blackmailed Iran, blackmailed Iraq, terrorist attacks, threatened everyone in a row, their paws penetrated everywhere. And ---- such are they universal "" partners ""
      1. rocket757 6 January 2020 12: 50 New
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        The result is predictable if those not many who have something to put forward across the strip do not agree specifically, long-term, reliably.
        1. Reptiloid 6 January 2020 12: 58 New
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          Quote: rocket757
          The result is predictable, if not many .......
          According to the same scenario, they get this result ----- they invent what to complain about, demonize the head, demonize the country, fly in, bomb the less powerful state ..... and then ---- drag, take out, rob, drive download ...
          1. rocket757 6 January 2020 13: 01 New
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            Against a strong, overgrown bandit, in addition to his own real FORCE, only military alliances work!
            1. Reptiloid 6 January 2020 13: 07 New
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              Shtatniks cannot even think that someone can fly to them and drop bombs, only they themselves. After all, a foreign army has never invaded them ..... yes, there was once a civil war ....
              Only one Russia can cause them "" irreparable damage "" ((someone’s words))
              1. rocket757 6 January 2020 14: 25 New
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                Trump was quoted recently - Russia, the only country that can destroy us (minke whales). You cannot vouch for reliability, but it was quoted.
                1. Reptiloid 6 January 2020 15: 05 New
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                  Quote: rocket757
                  Trump was quoted recently - Russia, the only country that can destroy us (minke whales). You cannot vouch for reliability, but it was quoted.

                  Well, yes, I heard, although I did not read it .... These are the words of Trump. Maybe Russia destroy --- technically. I recall a long-standing joke --- "" to gasp in Voronezh, ours are not there. "" That’s the catch. If the rich accumulate their capital and family there? And how many foreigners are on the domestic board of directors and own %%%%% shares?
                  But for what were these words, in what context? Escalate?
                  1. rocket757 6 January 2020 17: 21 New
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                    A word, this is such a “sparrow” that both flew out and flies, lives its own “life”!
                    At the expense of zhahim / not zhahnim, no one can accurately predict this! Because the “fool” flying out of the “nest” also begins to live its own life. Short but very bright!
                    1. Reptiloid 6 January 2020 18: 34 New
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                      Yes, Victor, unfortunately, often the situation is aggravated by words, and then things happen that it would be better not to take place.
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                    Quote: Reptiloid
                    Quote: rocket757
                    Trump was quoted recently - Russia, the only country that can destroy us (minke whales). You cannot vouch for reliability, but it was quoted.

                    Well, yes, I heard, although I did not read it .... These are the words of Trump. Maybe Russia destroy --- technically. I recall a long-standing joke --- "" to gasp in Voronezh, ours are not there. "" That’s the catch. If the rich accumulate their capital and family there? And how many foreigners are on the domestic board of directors and own %%%%% shares?
                    But for what were these words, in what context? Escalate?

                    Enough of this nonsense to write about "their families there." Do we have a pancake behind the start buttons, the oligarchs are sitting or what? Or military send their children there? The commander in chief is the GDP, which has been divorced for a long time and there seems to be no relatives abroad, so it’s enough to write like many local nonsense about children abroad and to face the truth - to look where whose children no one will be, nobody will care.
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                      . We have a pancake behind the start buttons, oligarchs are sitting or something

                      The debate about whether or not to fly, without a command from above, was.
                      We decided to finish it on the fact that let the thief break his head about it.
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                      Commander-in-Chief - GDP, already divorced for a long time and there seem to be no relatives
                      The Commander-in-Chief will quickly be reminded to whom he owes his coming to power. And not everything depends only on him.
  20. Rostislav 6 January 2020 08: 50 New
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    Yes, penguins have already stopped dressing in sheep's clothing. Occasionally, the words "democracy" and the like still sound, but soon they will depart. Why any words? "You are guilty because I want to eat."
  21. Barmaleyka 6 January 2020 08: 52 New
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    We will not leave Iraq if they do not pay
    Today, 07: 22

    I envy black envy, but in Russia no one ever said such a thing and left bases, factories, factories, PEOPLE ....
    1. Quadro 6 January 2020 18: 45 New
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      A hunchbacked dog threw, not Russia, Russia was already sitting with a whole nothing and poverty.
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        A hunchbacked dog threw, not Russia, Russia was already sitting with a whole nothing and poverty.

        They created poverty, and it was precisely Russia that threw it. How offensive is it, or did YOU personally demand the protection of the 20 million Russians who remained abroad? !!!
  22. Strashila 6 January 2020 08: 54 New
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    Here is the bill ... pay for our occupation.
  23. Tank jacket 6 January 2020 08: 59 New
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    The particle "not" is poorly perceived ... So they will leave. It was necessary to say that we will stay ...
  24. Kleber 6 January 2020 09: 01 New
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    That is the difference between the real occupiers and the USSR, which the fraternal republics call the occupier. The Americans have built a military base for themselves and will not leave until they pay for this base, and the USSR built factories, factories, etc. for the local population and leaving a penny is not required.
    1. Dmitry Potapov 6 January 2020 09: 30 New
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      Moreover, someone else "must" stayed. Shapoklyak was right, good deeds cannot be glorified!
      1. novel66 6 January 2020 10: 31 New
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        also apologized, God forgive me ..
        1. Tank jacket 6 January 2020 11: 20 New
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          Novel, hi if the United States began to bargain for the base, then they are thinking about leaving. They just want to bargain for bloodless care ...
  25. Lena Petrova 6 January 2020 09: 09 New
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    Nothing personal just business :)

    Rather, racketeering.
  26. cniza 6 January 2020 09: 09 New
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    We built a very expensive air base there. It cost us billions of dollars. This was long before my presidency. We will not leave (from Iraq), unless, of course, they pay with us.


    Count how much you destroyed there and then the white hair will stand on end, although what am I talking about ...
  27. AllBiBek 6 January 2020 09: 13 New
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    I myself am an Iraqi woman, illegitimate daughter of Saddam Hussein, believe me, everything is not so simple! Many in Iraq (and throughout the Middle East) do not want the United States to leave our land.
  28. Yaro Polk 6 January 2020 09: 27 New
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    As if the people of Iraq asked the mattresses there to build their own ** base, there are no brazen Anglo-Saxons in the World))
    Racketeers.
  29. axiles100682 6 January 2020 09: 31 New
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    I don’t know, can the Iraqis really calculate the economic losses of the country, the number of killed and refugees, how many cultural, historical, industrial and other objects were destroyed during this operation. Compare the period of this operation with the same time period of the reign of Saddam. And provide these figures first to the GA The United Nations, and then to all international courts and organizations. I understand that the case is not grateful, but it’s better than nothing to do at all. We must deal with the invaders in all directions and in all ways.
    1. donavi49 6 January 2020 10: 29 New
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      So what's the point? UNGA - where is it located? UN GA papers - everyone wipes. Even Russia ignores them in the Crimea, for example. Israel in Palestine. The United States even puts a bolt on the Security Council. GA are insects in their opinion if that.
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        Quote: donavi49
        So what's the point? UNGA - where is it located? UN GA papers - everyone wipes. Even Russia ignores them in the Crimea, for example. Israel in Palestine. The United States even puts a bolt on the Security Council. GA are insects in their opinion if that.

        Here are just UN sanctions against the DPRK and other countries that work properly.
  30. K-50 6 January 2020 09: 36 New
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    Trump: We will not leave Iraq if they do not pay

    Pin to shiki are like racketeers who broke into someone else’s outlet, defeated it, do not allow it to be restored and shout that they will leave only when they are paid. One to one.
    A bunch of gangsters, thieves, and murderers, not "democracy." negative
  31. axiles100682 6 January 2020 09: 37 New
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    No matter how dictator and ghoul there were, Saddam Hussein was not represented, but he could never create what his dermocratizers had done with Iraq with his country.
    They also demand to pay for all this obscurantism. On top of cynicism,
  32. Gennady Fomkin 6 January 2020 09: 46 New
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    On hutspu with the base there is only one answer: "We do not need this base, take it with you."

    Moreover, to calculate the damage to the environment, Greta Tunberg will obob ... laughing
  33. Ttht 6 January 2020 09: 52 New
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    Terrorist State!
  34. zloyi 6 January 2020 09: 54 New
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    Did someone expect them to leave? Was it in vain that undermined the towers in the year 11? They got in there for a long time - there is oil, and in Avgan there is drugs. The same as the termination of the "rent" by the British of the island, which was announced at the UN and that, nothing, the islanders washed themselves and turned up!
    1. 75 Sergey 6 January 2020 10: 18 New
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      In Afghanistan, uranium, copper, lapis lazuli, beryllium, tantalum, gas, etc.
  35. Gennady Fomkin 6 January 2020 09: 56 New
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    So let's see what's in the pants of the Iraqis. laughing
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      Hmm, do you often look into other people's pants? Some unhealthy hobby.
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        Everyone thinks to the extent of his depravity
  36. Udav kaa 6 January 2020 09: 57 New
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    Trump: We will not leave Iraq if they do not pay

    Eh Donald, I can smell you ... hi
  37. East Kazakhstan 6 January 2020 10: 04 New
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    You just need to protect your homeland. With weapons in hand and that the earth would burn under the occupier. And they have no spirit, stand up as a whole people, and drive the killers out of their home. Woe to the vanquished.
    1. 75 Sergey 6 January 2020 10: 12 New
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      Are you talking about Russia?
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      You just need to protect your homeland. With weapons in hand and that the earth would burn under the occupier.

      In the post-war period, not many countries can be counted that were not afraid of the power of the United States and remained unbroken.
      Cuba
      North Korea
      Vietnam
      Nicaragua
      Syria
  38. 75 Sergey 6 January 2020 10: 11 New
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    Racket on a global scale.
    Who would doubt that....
  39. opuonmed 6 January 2020 10: 13 New
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    grandmas oil current because of this and there are wars
  40. Krasnodar 6 January 2020 10: 17 New
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    A futures on Brent has already exceeded 70))
    Beauty laughing
  41. surfdude 6 January 2020 10: 31 New
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    But well done, good business strategy! :)
  42. Aliken 6 January 2020 10: 33 New
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    Bravo, Trump. For all his cynicism, he calls a spade a spade, not caring about diplomatic veil.
  43. RuslanNN 6 January 2020 10: 36 New
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    And if Iraq presents the bill to the Americans for all the destruction, the death of its citizens, actually destroyed the country?
    1. donavi49 6 January 2020 13: 59 New
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      In Iraq, the presentation did not grow. By the way, it is likely that the right guys will work with some thread of the Sunni general now. He will enter the government quarter on the T-90 and Abrams, arrest the government and parliament, and proclaim himself the new leader in this situation. The US will support the coup of sound democratic forces. Elections will be announced - where this general will receive his 79,99% support and quietly begin to cleanse Shiites and Iranians in Iraq, well, the United States will not have to go anywhere, on the contrary, their status will be strengthened by a document of about 80 years. Which will be difficult to cancel.
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        By the way, it is likely that the right guys will work with some thread of the Sunni general now. He will enter the government quarter on the T-90 and Abrams, arrest the government and parliament, and proclaim himself the new leader in this situation.

        This will not be interest per 1000. The situation is not what, and the Iraqi army does not have such influence in the country, unlike Egypt, for example.
  44. Deathmaker 6 January 2020 10: 39 New
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    You would think that someone expected a different answer from the Americans?
    Where is it seen that the colonialists leave at the oral request of the natives?
    Moreover, recently Donny quite frankly said that he was not interested in all kinds of Shiite Sunnis there, he was only interested in oil. In Iraq, the military controls the oil fields. And while they (the fields) are operating, the Americans will be there.
    Who does not understand is not a very distant person.
  45. -Barbarian- 6 January 2020 10: 42 New
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    If the Shtatovs spent money at the air base, then let them dismantle and take out their junk (as an answer, because the Iraqis did not order it).
    For all the time in Iraq, these invaders bankrupted the country, came up with new debts, took the lives of thousands of Iraqis, and even stole the future of the country. To restore the camp to the level of Hussein’s rule, it is necessary to sell off more than one generation in debt.
    On the other hand, this is a clear lesson to all countries that wanted to "sit on two chairs." They chose a beautiful wrap of the United States, were led to the "babosy" - as a result, the country degraded to the level of the 18-19th century.
    I am sure that already many countries have bitten their elbows, but they have nowhere to go - the USSR is gone, and the Shtatovs are only milking everyone, as China does when the place becomes uncontrollable.
    Wherever you throw - everywhere a wedge.
  46. Vladimir A 6 January 2020 10: 49 New
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  47. here 6 January 2020 10: 54 New
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    Well done! He wrote a script on all questions to Russia about the return and transfer of something. It's time to issue invoices for the property of the USSR, transferred during its collapse! You can quote Trump!
  48. prior 6 January 2020 11: 00 New
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    I think Trump is right in some ways,
    Americans will not leave Iraq - they will flee from there flashing heels.
  49. Uran53 6 January 2020 11: 07 New
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    He’s a thug in Africa and a thug. Ruined the country, so now it also requires indemnity! The soldiers in the coffins they will get!
  50. Incvizitor 6 January 2020 12: 43 New
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    Also, let them pay for bombs spent on their homes.
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      In the photo, 6 healthy men are dragging some garbage ... Machine guns in the teeth, no machine guns - knives, and forward - to tear the enemy, bite with teeth ...
      Quote: Incvizitor
      Also, let them pay for bombs spent on their homes.

      Why bombs, we need to calculate all the ammunition for all years - let them pay, such.
  51. Esaul 6 January 2020 12: 52 New
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    As long as the United States is strong, arrogant and impudent, they can say so, taking advantage of their impunity. Only nuclear rain will stop them, and small injections will only provoke them. And Iran, unfortunately, can only prick them.
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      And Iran, unfortunately, can only prick them.

      Maybe you should think that it's time for the Iranians to start tossing syringes?
    2. cat Rusich 6 January 2020 17: 04 New
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      Hedgehog (Iran, North Korea ...) can only "prick" - a fox, a wolf, a bear (NATO) do not eat hedgehogs - TASTY angry
  52. Yuri Stepanov 6 January 2020 13: 19 New
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    Democracy is the first path to fascism. I really don’t remember who said that. No wonder the Americans have an eagle on the coat of arms like the Natsiks. And the names are worth it. One "fall of Olympus" of which the current is worth.
  53. DPN
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    Strength, there is STRENGTH you can not argue with her, since you do not want to get in the face.
  54. Zusul 6 January 2020 13: 53 New
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    I can imagine what the Japanese will roll out if they hint at the withdrawal of mattresses
  55. Jarserge 6 January 2020 14: 16 New
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    What can I say ..... The museums of Iraq were taken out during the invasion, they pump Iraqi oil and Iraq still has to .... Well, Hussein forgot the tyrant and the strangler of freedom ... and he also had a poisonous substance in vitro
  56. Oyo Sarkazmi 6 January 2020 14: 46 New
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    You will pay us as much as you like, but since you are Indians out of reservations, we will kill and rob.
  57. NF68 6 January 2020 15: 08 New
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    Very original approach. Brazenly get into any country, do whatever you want there, and then also set your own conditions.
  58. dima314 6 January 2020 15: 13 New
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    you might think that the decision to send troops to Iraq was coordinated with the parliament of Iraq)
  59. Rodimtsev 6 January 2020 15: 21 New
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    He What about Oh ... oh ?!
  60. Rodimtsev 6 January 2020 15: 25 New
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    Does this practically unleash the fighting?
  61. gromoboj 6 January 2020 16: 16 New
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    It’s like a neighbor drunk - he will take refuge and asks for money until you let the figs go.
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    States will protect the oil of Iraq to the end, even from the Iraqis themselves. After all, oil is the highest value of democracy.
  63. vavilon 6 January 2020 16: 56 New
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    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BHWYJI1YQwI&feature=share
    In the song of Vysotsky, everything has long been said how to defeat evil
  64. cat Rusich 6 January 2020 17: 14 New
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    The Iraqi government may "pull back" and not help the United States when the IRGC starts "acupuncture" of the "American" occupiers. Usa "left" from South Vietnam ... after "acupuncture"
  65. Looking for 6 January 2020 17: 39 New
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    "our western partners." Interesting. how much are these phrases. sounding from the lips of the top leadership of Russia?
  66. Hazarov 6 January 2020 18: 34 New
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    Cool! Iraq into asphalt and not just into asphalt, but at its expense! Cool! The poor population of Iraq! Who will take them under the wing? Who is that good uncle? Ha ha ha ha!
  67. NordUral 6 January 2020 20: 02 New
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    It was recalled that someone billed bullets to the relatives of the executed.
  68. Finn 6 January 2020 20: 59 New
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    [quote = NordUral] Not everyone, there was the USSR, albeit not without flaws, but it was definitely not an organized crime group, which cannot be said about Russia from the 91st. And the States, and the entire Anglo-Saxon world and their European satellites, as they began with banditry, can’t stop. [/
    I agree. But did they come from somewhere? With the collapse of the USSR. Who do we have there Miller, Gref, Putin, Chubais do not remember the rest from memory, but a large team, even like Shoigu and Rogozin there were deputies in the Leningrad City Hall? I do not consider them bandits, men hold together), but with their connivance I think this is possible.
  69. Pavel57 6 January 2020 22: 26 New
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    Masks are not needed nowadays.
  70. aiden 7 January 2020 02: 36 New
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    Donny is good, said bluntly and openly, not like our mumbles. I would use this method to recover from the Baltic states what the USSR built. And from Poland, for every soldier who died during the Second World War. It is in relation to such smelly countries that we must behave by American methods. And he would press our brothers that it was more profitable for them to fall apart.
    But in fact, no one will do anything to the Americans. If they want to leave, they don’t want to, it means they will stay. Trump said that it is necessary to leave. And so in the GA, only snot on a fist is wound and calm down. They won’t even collect GA
  71. Koronik 7 January 2020 07: 07 New
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    "According to Trump, even sanctions against Iran will seem soft to Baghdad." Here is the answer of a true world leader. Tell someone else can afford it? And what can others take such steps? Nothing so far, I hope so far.
  72. high 7 January 2020 07: 22 New
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    We do not know on what conditions the US built an air base in Iraq.
    The agreement was concluded by other rulers of the USA and Iraq, but all the same, the agreement must be observed.
    Imagine that the people overthrew the President of Syria Assad, and the new President would advocate that Russia and Iran leave Syria ...., of course, no one would leave Syria ...
  73. gregoryivanov 7 January 2020 13: 37 New
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    And what, normal such racketeering "run over", in the spirit of Uncle Sam - "pay so that we leave, and we just ... and we won’t leave, again we’ll touch something and find a reason to stay forever."
  74. Romanenko 7 January 2020 22: 04 New
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    Amazing arrogance and great power cynicism. Along the way, the states in the person of their president simply lost all scope of behavior.
    This is even worse than paying for the executioner in the Third Reich.
  75. iouris 7 January 2020 23: 23 New
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    Money, oil - this, of course, is also important. However, the task was set to rewrite the history of the ancient world (the latest history has already been rewritten). Already ravaged Mesopotamia.
  76. bzbo 8 January 2020 06: 54 New
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    Pindoprezik strong in hutspe)))