Trump: Let Russia safely attack any NATO country that underpays to the alliance's coffers

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Trump: Let Russia safely attack any NATO country that underpays to the alliance's coffers

Let Russia safely attack any NATO country that underpays to the alliance's coffers. Because bills need to be paid by meeting your financial obligations.

This statement was made by US presidential candidate Donald Trump during a campaign rally in Conway (South Carolina).



He said that an attack by the Russian army would be a fitting punishment for those allies of the United States who spend less than two percent on defense spending, counting on the protection of Americans.

Trump spoke about the continued existence of Ukraine, which, in his words, is “protecting itself from invasion,” and about the prospects for the functioning of the North Atlantic Alliance. He is outraged that many NATO countries refuse to invest in their defense. Washington, the American ex-president notes, promised to protect them if necessary, but NATO members must, for their part, fulfill their obligations.

He mentioned one of the leaders of the alliance states, who directly asked Trump during his presidency whether the Americans would defend his country if he did not pay, to which the American leader answered negatively. According to the ex-president, a defaulter is a criminal who does not deserve protection.

Commenting on Trump’s words, American journalist Alyssa Farah Griffin called them “music to Putin’s ears.”

In public opinion polls conducted in the United States, the majority of the country's citizens give preference to Donald Trump over the current head of state, Joe Biden. However, there is a possibility that he will not be allowed to participate in the elections, since at least 90 criminal cases have already been opened against the candidate for the highest position in the United States.
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  1. +18
    February 11 2024
    Some people in Yavropy let loose in their pants.
    1. +9
      February 11 2024
      The loudest and smelliest in Europe pay the legal 2% and higher. And those who pay less sit quietly like mice and don’t show any extra light. In general, we need them like a cow needs a brake light. And we don’t have common borders with them.
      1. +5
        February 11 2024
        Now a case will be brought against Trump for the collapse of NATO)))
        1. +2
          February 11 2024
          They can easily do it! Now nothing will surprise you.
          1. +4
            February 11 2024
            He already took the Capitol, and now he has taken a swing at NATO, and even with the hands of Putin)))
            1. -3
              February 11 2024
              Trump is burning as always...
              But VVP has been at war with NATO for two years now, although he once said that “we haven’t started yet...”
              And if we start... to fight for world peace, then no stone will be left unturned.)
              1. +8
                February 11 2024
                No matter what anyone says, but jokes aside, by and large, Trump is just as s.v.o.l.o.ch as Biden.
                It is enough to understand that during his presidential term, Ukraine was pumped up with weapons and prepared for war, and sanctions were also imposed against Russia.
                1. +1
                  February 11 2024
                  I don’t understand, Generalissimo, either you don’t like Trump, or I don’t, or you don’t understand jokes.)
                  I definitely don’t like old Trump... and neither does Bidon
                2. +1
                  February 12 2024
                  That's for sure. I don't even know who is preferable. On the one hand, Trump is smart enough and for America he is really the best candidate, but for Russia it’s not a fact that it’s good. Biden seems to be the ideal candidate from our point of view, but there are nuances. It is clear that he is not capable, but those who stand behind him are very consistent in following their line. This is not even a demo party, these are specific people, but at the same time they are in the shadows and do not bear personal responsibility. When you see a senile person at the head of the most militant state, it’s worth thinking about whether those who dance him are all right in the head?
                3. 0
                  February 12 2024
                  No matter what anyone says, but jokes aside, by and large, Trump is just as s.v.o.l.o.ch as Biden.

                  He's not a bastard, he's an American.
                  It’s just that now the loss of hegemony will lead to the collapse of the United States.
                  They understand this, but they offer different ways.
                  Bidon proposes to maintain hegemony by all means.
                  Trump proposes reindustrialization and deglobalization, but that will come later and for now they need to hold out.
            2. +1
              February 11 2024
              He already took the Capitol

              There's just a little more left:
              1. 0
                February 11 2024
                How to add a comment after a picture? I haven’t tried Sikoko, but “inserts before..” ?? ))
      2. +4
        February 11 2024
        Quote: Sergey Mikhailovich Karasev
        And those who pay less sit quietly like mice and don’t show any extra light.

        So these understand that no one is going to attack them, and no one is going to defend them.
        1. 0
          February 11 2024
          Quote: tihonmarine
          Quote: Sergey Mikhailovich Karasev
          And those who pay less sit quietly like mice and don’t show any extra light.

          So these understand that no one is going to attack them, and no one is going to defend them.

          Even Tucker Carlson understood why Russia is not going to attack NATO: Russia has a lot of land and resources, but no people. We have no one to develop our land, let alone seize someone else’s.
          1. 0
            February 11 2024
            why Russia is not going to attack NATO: Russia has a lot of land, resources, but no people

            They in the West look at the events in Ukraine and draw slightly different conclusions:((
            1. 0
              February 12 2024
              They in the West look at the events in Ukraine and draw slightly different conclusions:((

              No shit.
              They look at Ukraine and draw a conclusion.
              Russia will not just give up its resources. How should we live as Americans then?
      3. +6
        February 11 2024
        Quote: Sergey Mikhailovich Karasev
        The loudest and smelliest in Europe pay the legal 2% and higher

        And considering that these loud-mouthed and smelly people are on subsidies from the European Union, it doesn’t matter to them how much they pay, not their own money. And whoever supports these Calebaltic people, together with the Poles, is of course tense. And support the EU, plus pay for NATO. But that's their problem...
      4. 0
        February 11 2024
        The decision to allocate at least 2% of its GDP to defense to continue to ensure the Alliance's military readiness was made by NATO defense ministers back in 2006.

        That is, long before Trump. Who was no longer satisfied with the measly 2% and demanded an increase in the contribution.

        Then suddenly the “global” financial crisis of 2007-8 happened, which not only aggravated the already existing imbalance in the financial capabilities of the alliance member countries, but also revealed a growing asymmetry in this area.

        France, Germany and the United Kingdom together contribute approximately 50% of defense spending among NATO countries excluding the United States.

        NATO leaders “rose up” in Wales in 2014, not before, but after the events in Crimea, adding to it the unrest in the Middle East, and agreed that:
        - its members who currently agree on allocating 2% to defense will, even if they continue to strive to continue to do so;
        - those who did not even reach this level will stop at least reducing their defense spending.

        In 2014, only three NATO countries allocated 2% of GDP or more to defense.

        In 2022, their number has increased to seven.

        2022 marked the eighth consecutive year of rising defense spending among European NATO members + Canada, up a whopping 2,2% from 2021.

        After the start of Russia's military defense in Ukraine in February 2022, most NATO member countries realized something and pledged to invest even more in defense and faster.

        At the NATO summit in Vilnius in 2023 (where NATO leaders gave a thumbs up to Zelensky) agreed on a new Commitment on defense investment, making a continuing commitment annually invest at least 2% of GDP in defense.

        New means well forgotten old! They know how to dodge and pretend to be so decisive. But it’s okay, they don’t have much time left to wait for the “Second Coming of Trump,” and this time he will show them all “Kuzka’s Mother” in the American style.

        The loudest and smelliest in Europe pay the legal 2% or more...

        Only these loud-mouthed and smelly ones are most likely not there. Their real capabilities are limited by this.
    2. +3
      February 11 2024
      There are more than half of them, including Türkiye.
    3. +3
      February 11 2024
      Quote: Irek
      Some people in Yavropy let loose in their pants.

      At the Olympics in France, Estonian athletes will take prizes in the running disciplines...
    4. +3
      February 11 2024
      Quote: Irek
      Some people in Yavropy let loose in their panties

      Especially our warlike Baltic neighbors
    5. 0
      February 11 2024
      Quote: Irek
      Some people in Yavropy let loose in their pants.

      Do you really think that in “Yavropi” there are kids in short pants sitting in the “top seats”? They instill fear in their plebs mainly in order to reduce the risks of disobedience of the masses when plundering national budgets in favor of the US military-industrial complex. And, I must admit, they succeeded quite well in this. Yes, they (primarily the European Commissioners) for the most part are not competent in the industries they lead. All their special work (research and consultations) is carried out by committees, agencies of various kinds with unclear funding, and national governments. But in general, they pose risks of aggravating the conflict with Russia. Therefore, from time to time they make statements like: “The North Atlantic Alliance does not see any immediate military threats from Russia against NATO members or the Western Balkans region.” This statement was made by Alliance Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg. All the "ringing" about threats comes from Washington. And his NATO allies are simply afraid to contradict him.
    6. 0
      February 11 2024
      I didn’t hear anything surprising or funny in Trump’s words. He is right. You have to pay for everything. This is the law of capitalism. Romania alone is worth something - a poor little mother, but with ambitions, the navel of the Universe. I’m generally silent about spratas and labuses. Pay and the American army, even with fagots, even with crooked Latinos, will protect you.
  2. +19
    February 11 2024
    Let Russia attack any NATO country without fear
    Well, if only you please Trump. And then what should we do with this country? soldier
    1. +7
      February 11 2024
      Like what? Feed and protect. lol
      1. +8
        February 11 2024
        Here's another! Swing and quit!
        1. +7
          February 11 2024
          With their current sexual and gender perversion, it’s somehow disgusting and scary to be a sailor... Besides, what if they like it, then what should they do?
        2. 0
          February 11 2024
          Quote: Andrey Moskvin
          Like what? Feed and protect. lol

          Quote: Cat Alexandrovich
          Here's another! Pomatrоfight and quit!

          We can't do that. Is it genetic for us, or what?...
          If we take it, then we feed and protect until the “democracies” themselves are so drunk that they have five minutes left to “bend over.” It's the Americans who are used to "pomatr"А"strive and quit"...
          1. +1
            February 11 2024
            So, maybe Do we think we've already eaten enough vomit? wink
            1. 0
              February 11 2024
              Quote: Cat Alexandrovich
              So, maybe Do we think we've already eaten enough vomit? wink

              To be honest, back on August 21, 1991, for the first time it seemed to me that something bad was happening in our country. Well, after the 90s... What can I say... It’s come to that - the word “democracy” has become dirty, and in my personal understanding it’s also not entirely censorship.
              Although, in my opinion, it is not “democracy”, but the “democrats” who are to blame.
          2. +1
            February 12 2024
            Democracy is a doctors invention.
            1. +1
              February 12 2024
              Quote: olegjuriewitch
              Democracy is a doctors invention.
              Exactly.
              My school friend, a well-known psychiatrist in his circles, thinks so. He even knows that his colleagues invented it for their experiments on patients. Managed to convince me. Before that, I believed that venereologists invented democracy along with their other not very decent diseases.
              lol
  3. +14
    February 11 2024
    Let Russia safely attack any NATO country that underpays to the alliance's coffers.
    As I understand it, Trump decided to intimidate the NATO “allies” who want to protect the United States, but are in no hurry to bring spending on the bloc to the established 2% (and planned to raise it to 4%). To do this, I decided to present Russia as a sort of “collector” for debtors. Have you already made a list of who should be prioritized and in what category?
    1. +6
      February 11 2024
      By the way, I wonder who is on Trump’s list of non-payers, otherwise they didn’t keep track. However, there is something here from the American mentality: for them, tax evasion is a serious criminal offense. Here, of course, we are not talking about taxes, but the perception is similar.
      1. 0
        February 11 2024
        In general, you shouldn’t pay attention to the election speeches of Trump, or anyone else in general. In the end, they don’t rule
        1. 0
          February 12 2024
          Do you, I apologize, or do you not care about their elections? They have their own wedding, we have ours.
    2. +7
      February 11 2024
      Quote: rotmistr60
      Let Russia safely attack any NATO country that underpays to the alliance's coffers.
      As I understand it, Trump decided to intimidate the NATO “allies” who want to protect the United States, but are in no hurry to bring spending on the bloc to the established 2%
      Trump would make a good damn collector. Ours, with their stupid inscriptions on the walls of the entrance and threats over the phone to break their legs, still have to study and study.
      1. +7
        February 11 2024
        By the way, few people know about this, but in his deep youth, Trump and his dad extorted debts from debtors, and they extorted them very successfully. And they even involved gangsters in this procedure. They even tried to pin him down in these cases, but nothing came of it.
        1. +2
          February 11 2024
          Quote: Mikhail-Ivanov
          in his deep youth, Trump and his dad collected debts from debtors, and they collected them very successfully.

          Why be surprised? As you know, genetics cannot be hidden in your pocket and cannot be washed away with soap. American, flesh and blood... Bad heredity of the "heroes of the Wild West."
          1. +1
            February 11 2024
            Quote: Zoldat_A
            ..... Why be surprised? As you know, genetics cannot be hidden in your pocket and cannot be washed away with soap. American, flesh and blood... Bad heredity of the "heroes of the Wild West."

            Yes, Igor, someone probably wanted to flirt with him tolerantly? "Would you like...". And I got a straight answer laughing Let them prepare for Trump to squeeze them out.
            1. +3
              February 11 2024
              Quote: Reptiloid
              Someone wanted to be tolerantly flirty with him, probably? "Would you like...". And I got a straight answer
              In general, this is a completely business-like formulation of the question.
              For example, sometimes people come to me too. They can, for example, master the project, but lack the equipment, their own mortar unit, their own auxiliary production, etc. And, most importantly, the customer cannot or does not want to work with an individual. It happens that I take such objects. I enter into a general contract with the customer, and a subcontract with them (it can be concluded with an individual). So I won’t do this for free, from the generosity of my heart? The money, of course, is not critical on the scale of the company, but this scheme allows them to earn money, and it doesn’t cost me a pretty penny. The scheme is legal and, in my opinion, quite fair.
              So it is here. Service rendered - pay. If you don’t pay, there’s no service.
              A few years ago, some of these subcontractors wanted to screw me over. The desire to cheat was gone, they came to me themselves two days later and apologized after the customer, when they asked for money, asked: “Who are you?” But this is an exception. Basically, everyone is happy with the scheme.
              1. +1
                February 11 2024
                everyone is happy with the scheme

                This is understandable to normal people.
                And their obligations probably do not include non-payment clauses. It is known that Russia has always paid all contributions to international organizations. And these are freeloaders by nature, trying to evade. Apparently there are no penalties for non-payment. And Trump has no other option but to scare Russia
                1. +2
                  February 11 2024
                  It is known that Russia always paid all dues to international organizations

                  The Russian side agreed with the World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA) on the payment of a contribution for 2023 in the amount of just over $1 million 267 thousand. In January, WADA announced that Russia’s contribution for 2024 should be a little more than $1,335 million. This was announced by the Minister of Sports of the Russian Federation Oleg Matytsin ! love
                  1. +1
                    February 11 2024
                    Now, it seems, some kind of graters have started recourse The Russian Federation withdrew from the Council of Europe, the contribution was somehow different..... And WADA itself ---- is not needed by the Russian Federation, considering everything that happened sad sad
                    In any case, the Gay Europeans have always tried to freeload, even in relation to the Russian Federation, how many times
                    1. +1
                      February 11 2024
                      So just yesterday: https://tass.ru/sport/19953057
        2. +1
          February 11 2024
          Quote: Mikhail-Ivanov
          .... in his deep youth, Trump and his dad extracted debts from debtors, and extracted them very successfully. And they even involved gangsters in this procedure. They even tried to pin him down in these cases, but nothing came of it.

          Very interesting hi I would probably like to remember the past! Let them tremble.
          You can't drink your skill away!
      2. +3
        February 11 2024
        the defaulter is a criminal undeserving of protection am am

        hi Igor! Well done Trump! Showed them who it is! Everything is measured by $$$$ and nothing else!
        Quote: Zoldat_A
        .......... Trump would make a damn good collector. Ours, with their stupid inscriptions on the walls of the entrance and threats over the phone to break their legs, still have to study and study.
        1. +2
          February 11 2024
          Dmitry, hi!
          Quote: Reptiloid
          Well done Trump! Showed them who it is! Everything is measured by $$$$ and nothing else!
          So, for some reason, I imagined Tusk, sitting on a stone in the middle of the glass-covered former Poland and thinking about the fact that I had to think about the soul IN TIME... lol
          1. 0
            February 11 2024
            Quote: Zoldat_A
            ..... Tusk, sitting on a stone in the middle of the glass-covered former Poland and reflecting on the fact that it was time to think about the soul... lol

            Igor! Surely the Poles could learn historical lessons! How many times were they thrown by stronger ones! Even the Franks, even the Britons. No, Russophobia overwhelms my memory. And the non-Baltic people are probably underpaid. Possibly Greece recourse
          2. +2
            February 11 2024
            I had to think about my soul...

            A person without water can “extend” until...:
    3. +3
      February 11 2024
      Have you already made a list of who should be prioritized and in what category?

      I think that this is Poland, well, at least - these are “brothers” - Bulgarians....
      1. -3
        February 11 2024
        Quote: Joker62
        I think that this is Poland, well, at least - these are “brothers” - Bulgarians....

        No.
        I’m sure that this is Poland, well, to be sure, these are “brothers” - Bulgarians....
  4. +1
    February 11 2024
    the defaulter is a criminal undeserving of protection.

    Everything is correct. But Russia’s so-called allies want to get everything for free. Here is the bestial grin of capitalism.
  5. +3
    February 11 2024
    If we take control of Russia, or any country of the NATO bloc, then it’s Norway - there’s no need to feed it, the geopolitical position on the map - you can’t imagine a better one. But this is unscientific fiction. bully
    1. +1
      February 11 2024
      There is no need to feed the Norwegians, and there is something to take, but from a geostrategic perspective, the Finns should have all sorts of Georgia and Armenia, otherwise they are a blank spot on the map. They also organize wars there. We played with independence and that’s enough. And the Tajiks wouldn’t have to go anywhere else if they were entirely part of Russia
    2. +1
      February 11 2024
      Quote: tralflot1832
      ......... this is not science fiction. bully

      Andrew, hi wink I once read a book where the World is divided between 5 states, in particular Russia owns almost the entire territory of the USSR, all of Europe, Great Britain, Greenland, Turkey and Israel, which resolved the Arab question. And recently, while browsing websites for used books, I learned that it turns out that they are also “saints” wassat am 90s, books were published about people fighting against the Yeltsinoids and restoring the USSR!!! But I was a schoolboy then and didn’t know much.
  6. +8
    February 11 2024
    Is it normal at all - they don’t pay America, and we should punish for non-payments?? belay Should we also collect the arrears from them in favor of the United States? what
    1. +5
      February 11 2024
      Well, if it would have been possible to punish the Troisprots and Poles without sacrifices on our part (at all), why not?
      But I don’t see an army of combat robots outside the window. request
      1. +2
        February 11 2024
        So the war was not over yet. Who knows - maybe they will appear by the end. There are already plenty of unmanned vehicles. And copters, and airplanes, and sea drones, and underwater, and land
    2. 0
      February 11 2024
      Should we also collect the arrears from them in favor of the United States?

      Why not! Let the SGA “close” the eyes of its gaze to the East, for a couple of decades, and in front! soldier
    3. 0
      February 12 2024
      Should we also collect the arrears from them in favor of the United States?

      Well, for a normal percentage, why not.
      1. 0
        February 13 2024
        Return of the “frozen” (preferably with interest) + access to the sea for the Republic of Belarus (for one there will be a corridor to Kaliningrad.

        Type of this?
  7. -4
    February 11 2024
    Yes, he just laughs at us like we are fools
    1. +1
      February 11 2024
      They don’t just laugh at you as if you were fools, they also turn you into mincemeat like fools, just to annoy Russia. Who else, besides complete fools, can ruin the entire country, for other people's interests and NATO, and even happily wiggle and grunt at the same time?
    2. +4
      February 11 2024
      Not above us, but above you. In due time, Peter! bought the Baltic Labuses for a very hefty sum. The debt should be returned. Moreover, taking into account 30 years of lost profits laughing
    3. 0
      February 12 2024
      Yes, he just laughs at us like we are fools

      What is it? This is a civilized world - if you want lace panties, pay.
      If we are talking about fools, then the meaning is different.
      He said that there would be no protection if you didn’t pay, he didn’t say anything about the fact that there WOULD be protection if you paid. laughing
  8. "The defaulter is a criminal undeserving of protection" -

    ***
    - So in the “dashing nineties” the stalls were roofed...
    ***
    1. HAM
      +3
      February 11 2024
      Excellent comparison.....only Trump “forgot” about the soldering iron and iron for the defaulter......
  9. +6
    February 11 2024
    Do we need it????
    Feed and then protect these drones throughout life?????
    If they feel bad now, it won’t get better.
    Why do we need so many faces drunk with propaganda and heads full of hatred????
    Moreover, lovers of non-traditional values ​​and the wrong orientation???
    But no, take them overseas, to America
  10. +4
    February 11 2024
    Provide the entire list of underpayers, please!
    1. 0
      February 11 2024
      For what? It’s easier to resell debts for collection, like banks do. For example, the collection agency "Barmaley and Co"... They are already sitting right in Europe - it would be more convenient for them to knock out the loot.
    2. -2
      February 11 2024
      Quote: Cat Alexandrovich
      Provide the entire list of underpayers, please!

      It seems that the Greeks were on the list of evildoers.
      1. 0
        February 11 2024
        Quote: Mordvin 3
        It seems that the Greeks were on the list of evildoers.

        I sat in a puddle. The Greeks, it turns out, paid the most for 2017. After the USA, of course.
    3. +1
      February 11 2024
      In the near future there will be practically no underpayers there
      Under current agreements, Alliance members must increase military budgets to 2% of GDP by 2024. However, due to the increasingly complicated international situation and the armed conflict in Ukraine, the declared percentage may increase before the specified period. Thus, most countries of Central and Eastern Europe, against the backdrop of the Ukrainian crisis, decided to increase costs above the established level starting in 2023. According to official NATO data, by 2024, at least 19 states will allocate more than 2% of their GDP to defense needs.
  11. +3
    February 11 2024
    let Russia safely attack any NATO country that underpays to the alliance's coffers

    I like your approach, Mr. Trump!
    1. 0
      February 11 2024
      But I do not! Why does Russia need this gang of rogues again?? There wasn't a damn thing useful there, just people who liked to eat for free...
      1. 0
        February 11 2024
        Quote: paul3390
        Why does Russia need this gang of rogues again?

        But they don’t offer us to take them away, but simply to... hmm-hmm polish them for educational purposes. But whether to take them or not is a completely different story.
        1. -1
          February 11 2024
          Administration! there is very little time for editing and the opportunity to complain has been crushed. An oversight or negligence?
          1. -3
            February 11 2024
            Quote: mark1
            the opportunity to complain was reduced.

            Well, you can try poking the buttons, pressing the exclamation mark...
            1. 0
              February 11 2024
              Thanks, buddy! But they answer that it’s no good to complain about yourself (although the complaint was about the administration, it’s not for me to press your exclamation mark)
              1. -1
                February 11 2024
                Quote: mark1
                I shouldn’t press your exclamation mark

                No need for mine. For the last couple of years, I spent almost half of the time in the bathhouse.
        2. 0
          February 11 2024
          This is called demilitarizing, not "polishing." We are civilized peoplelaughing
          1. +1
            February 11 2024
            Quote: I am mine
            This is called demilitarizing, not "polishing"

            You can say so, the main thing is then... - well, in general, polish, polish and polish.
  12. +3
    February 11 2024
    I’m translating from an American: Whoever doesn’t pay me Donald Trump will pay Vladimir Putin. So the whole issue regarding Ukraine was resolved in 24 hours. Ukraine only knows the word give.!!!laughing
  13. +3
    February 11 2024
    And what then is the difference between mafia racketeering and extortions from NATO countries?
  14. +2
    February 11 2024
    It is necessary, not in a standard way, to announce that everyone who does not pay the boss will be guaranteed not to be attacked...
  15. +1
    February 11 2024
    However, there is a possibility that he will not be allowed to participate in the elections, since at least 90 criminal cases have already been opened against the candidate for the highest position in the United States.

    Yes, at least 900 of them have a legal system there that if he becomes president, he will calmly sue before the end of his term and after.
  16. +4
    February 11 2024
    Actually, what he says is true. We need to proclaim the same thing in the CSTO. Otherwise, we spend huge amounts of money on defense instead of investing it in improving the standard of living of the population or in industrialization or digitalization of industry, and some Tajikistan can calmly not do this, knowing that if something happens, the Russians will protect it. It's not fair.
    1. +4
      February 11 2024
      “some kind of Tajikistan” has almost completely moved to Russia.
      1. +5
        February 11 2024
        Moreover, these newly minted citizens are by no means going to defend Russia if something happens.
      2. +7
        February 11 2024
        OK then. Let it not be Tajikistan, but Armenia. She hasn't all moved to Russia yet. But when Azerbaijan began to fight in Nagorno-Karabakh, Armenia immediately decided that Russia, instead of the Armenians, should fight Azerbaijan. Of course - the CSTO, after all. But the Armenian army was not even brought there. And in general, take any member of the CSTO, except Belarus. She’s also doing something, even developing some kind of weapons. "Polonaise", for example. What about the rest?
  17. +1
    February 11 2024
    Clearly Donald had his sights set on Greenland; Denmark offered $100 billion. But the Danes proudly refused.
  18. +5
    February 11 2024
    Trump's main message is that Russia is just sitting and waiting for someone to attack - truly the son of his people, like all politicians in the USA - a liar and a provocateur, for his own benefit.
    I hope there will be a civil war in the US.
  19. 0
    February 11 2024
    Trump doesn’t need insolvents, and Russia won’t take them for nothing.
    A man returned from a business trip and asks his neighbor
    - Has anyone come to see my wife?
    -not
    - Then I won’t go either.
    1. +1
      February 11 2024
      Quote: Hermit
      Trump doesn’t need insolvents, and Russia won’t take them for nothing.

      We are not taking Ukraine for nothing.
      1. 0
        February 11 2024
        The outskirts are returning as part of Rus'.
        We don’t want an inch of someone else’s land, but we won’t give up even an inch of our own.
        1. -1
          February 11 2024
          Quote: Hermit
          The outskirts are returning as part of Rus'.

          Within what boundaries? However, the question is premature.
          Quote: Hermit
          We don’t want an inch of someone else’s land, but we won’t give up even an inch of our own.

          The sea doesn't count, right?
          1. -3
            February 11 2024
            Within the borders of the Union. Russia paid off the debts of the Union, the rest of the family relieved themselves of this responsibility, and now the Ukrainians decided to demand their share of Soviet foreign property.
            1. 0
              February 11 2024
              Quote: Hermit
              Russia paid off the debts of the Union, the rest of the family relieved themselves of this responsibility

              I already got this stamp. I remember very well how our democratic politicians rejoiced in the 90s about the debts of the Union, that Russia told itself: “We will receive more than we give!” The Union was owed more than the USSR itself abroad.
              1. -2
                February 11 2024
                This is not a cliche, it is a fact.
                Russia did not kick out, but took responsibility for the common debts, because the others refused. This act works for the future, it shows who is capable of what, who is a bastard, and who cannot. And forgiving debts is the lot of the strong.
                Real men don't pay off debts.
                Only cowards pay off debts.
                To whom should I forgive everyone.
                One such real man has not repaid his debt to me for 8 years.
                1. +1
                  February 11 2024
                  Quote: Hermit
                  Russia did not kick out, but took responsibility for the common debts, because the others refused.

                  She just kicked it out. Everyone except the Balts were ready to pay the debt. Precisely because:
                  Quote: Mordvin 3
                  The Union was owed more than the USSR itself abroad.

                  Quote: Hermit
                  shows who is capable of what, who is a bastard, and who cannot.

                  We were unable to collect debts from all sorts of Africans and wrote off the debt to the Uzbeks in exchange for their claims to part of the USSR’s diamond fund. Recently. How shoud I understand this?
                  Quote: Hermit
                  One such real man has not repaid his debt to me for 8 years.

                  Is he a bastard or can't he?
  20. +1
    February 11 2024
    Bring your money to the US defense industry, otherwise there will be seams. Almost like a song about the field of fools...
    And so Europe already brings money for gas to the US treasury, and money for weapons also to the US treasury. But they need to carry even more. Let the Europeans themselves walk around without pants, but with US weapons. And let them fight with Russia. And they weaken. And gradually, all European production will move, if not to China, then to the United States. And the United States will only get richer from this. This is what Trump wants.
  21. +1
    February 11 2024
    Commenting on Trump’s words, American journalist Alyssa Farah Griffin called them “music to Putin’s ears.”

    Yes, Putin will be happy right now and will go to collect debts for the United States. fool
    1. 0
      February 11 2024
      It’s very interesting with undermembers. They are bankrupt without subsidies, and why will they pay more to NATO out of fear? From the nightstand, but who will put it in the nightstand?/))))
  22. +2
    February 11 2024
    Trump set fire to the butts of many small evil non-members of NATO and obliged them to carry fire extinguishers.
  23. -3
    February 11 2024
    They invited Russia to war for 8 years and screwed it up? Who did Putin attack? On those who bombed Russian children? So these people still drink tea and coffee in London.
  24. 0
    February 11 2024
    . let Russia safely attack any NATO country that underpays to the alliance's coffers

    This is a business approach!
  25. +2
    February 11 2024
    Trump needs a bogeyman. But why does Russia, or rather the Russians, need this?
    To develop production and earn money you need peace, at least among neighbors and trading partners.
    If Russia goes to war, we will lose crazy resources and this will sooner or later cause the degradation of what resources will not be allocated to: housing and communal services, medicine, education, production of machine tools and agricultural machinery, science.
    Not every Russian travels abroad, but each of us uses housing and communal services every day.
    So the task is to save the country. This means producing products with high added value and making money on it and improving the standard of living of an ordinary citizen and his family!
  26. 0
    February 11 2024
    We are being used as a scarecrow again sad
    There will be no normal relations with America even under Trump, VERY armed neutrality, and only the prospect of mutual destruction keeps us from conflict.
    1. 0
      February 11 2024
      Quote: Not the fighter
      We are being used as a scarecrow again

      ++ They provoke us into military action, they want to start a war, they demonize us...
      Commenting on Trump’s words, American journalist Alyssa Farah Griffin called them “music to Putin’s ears.”
  27. 0
    February 11 2024
    Commenting on Trump’s words, American journalist Alyssa Farah Griffin called them “music to Putin’s ears.”

    And where did she find the “music”? Trump is directly trying to get NATO members to increase military spending. Moreover, they themselves moved in this direction. Even Hungary has planned a 2024 percent increase in military spending by 30. :((
    1. 0
      February 11 2024
      Trump in plain text is seeking from NATO members increasing military spending.

      He has achieved and plans to continue to do so.

      Moreover, they themselves moved in this direction.

      Why do you think so? Trump, for example, cites other data, calling NATO countries parasites. According to him, only 10 of the 28 members of the alliance brought their military spending to 2% of GDP.

      True, NATO currently includes 31 countries. Maybe he meant only European members?

      Can you provide a source of information about Hungary?
      1. 0
        February 12 2024
        https://tass.ru/mezhdunarodnaya-panorama/18217677
        https://www.interfax.ru/world/936093
        https://tass.ru/mezhdunarodnaya-panorama/19870005
  28. 0
    February 11 2024
    Trump: Let Russia safely attack any NATO country that underpays to the alliance's coffers

    Much to the regret of Comrade Trump, Russia is not going to attack anyone. Small bummer...
  29. +2
    February 11 2024
    How cunning is this, supposedly a proposal to hang around our necks those who cannot cope with the plan for turning over the dough? That is, take the hungry people. I won’t speak for everyone, but who is the Tribalt in the Baltic? It should be clarified, he could have been taken away, and let the rest squirm and become poorer with triple strength in fear of being dumped. Of all of us, only one tribalt is interesting to us. It’s very reminiscent of the story of Saudi Arabia’s indulgence to seize Yemen in order to close the issue of free passage to Suez (Arabia then and now is under the states, in theory it would be a very good move, but the Houthis began to fight well and the Saudis did not work out very well, but if if it worked, then geopolitically it would be very good for the states, because at the entrance to Suez Yemen is an extra country in their opinion)
    1. 0
      February 11 2024
      Maybe this is a thick hint at our ultimatum about NATO’s rollback to the lines of ’97?)
  30. 0
    February 11 2024
    Trump: Let Russia safely attack any NATO country that underpays to the alliance's coffers
    Trump gave green light! laughing From this day on, Geyropa will not go to bed at all, and falling out of the window will become common and widespread. laughing
  31. -1
    February 11 2024
    Why only two percent? Why, in general, start from GDP? Why not from the population or the area? America, which pays 700 billion, should harness the Balts, who together can barely scrape together two? Let them pay at least a tenner. And then the brave ones began to yelp from under their skirts)
  32. -1
    February 11 2024
    Non-paying countries from Eastern Europe have tensed up with naked stupidity wink
  33. -1
    February 11 2024
    Heather beaver! No, Donald. Deal with your European Union and NATO yourself. We will return our lands on the outskirts, make a common border with the PMR, and leave the Westerners and Galicians to the Psheks and Magyars.
  34. -1
    February 11 2024
    Let Russia safely attack any NATO country that underpays to the alliance's coffers. Because bills need to be paid by meeting your financial obligations.

    Trump is burning )))))))))
  35. -2
    February 11 2024
    No, let the US itself attack them, we don’t need them for nothing.
  36. 0
    February 11 2024
    Trumpem Amerika ještě nezvítězí, je to také povýšený magor! Je potřeba svět budovat v míru, ne ho ničit.
    1. +1
      February 11 2024
      Trump has not yet won America, he is also arrogant! We need to build peace in the world, not destroy it.
  37. 0
    February 11 2024
    Then it will be the Baltics. They only cause problems. Special thanks to Donald.
  38. 0
    February 11 2024
    Why would Russia attack poor people in order to feed them later? No, let the USA and Germany feed all this brethren.
  39. 0
    February 11 2024
    In hockey there is such a position in the NHL teams “Tovgai”. It’s like Trump wants the Russian Federation to take this position in the alliance. laughing
    1. 0
      February 11 2024
      And if anything, will the United States really fit in with Europe - it’s like insurance, you pay, but you get something back?
      1. 0
        February 11 2024
        In my opinion, I am not a politician or a geopolitician, but it is unlikely that the Yankees will go for Europe
  40. +2
    February 11 2024
    Combat approved...Thank you..!
  41. -1
    February 11 2024
    If Trumpushka gave Putin an indulgence to strike at Zionist Israel, there would be no price for him!
  42. 0
    February 11 2024
    Trump: Let Russia safely attack any NATO country that underpays to the alliance's coffers

    Does he really think/believe/expect that they will all come to their senses and immediately run to the post office to transfer money?
  43. +1
    February 11 2024
    Commenting on Trump’s words, American journalist Alyssa Farah Griffin called them “music to Putin’s ears.”

    they want war in Europe, but they demonize Putin
  44. 0
    February 11 2024
    Will he announce the list of those we can contact? wink
  45. 0
    February 11 2024
    If Trump expels the Baltic republics from NATO, he will be a respected person. We can kick out Finland at the same time.
  46. +1
    February 12 2024
    Trump: Let Russia safely attack any NATO country that underpays to the alliance's coffers

    As I understand it, Trump handed over the list of these countries to Putin through Carlson. wink laughing lol lol
  47. 0
    February 12 2024
    Perhaps you can talk to him, unlike the current owner of the white house.
  48. 0
    February 12 2024
    A good statement, otherwise the parasites have gotten divorced. The Baltic states concern you))
  49. 0
    February 12 2024
    We don’t need any. But you need to go to SGA. All the evil is there.
  50. -1
    February 12 2024
    Off-top, of course, but.
    The chief accountant says something like this to the cashier (as in the title).
    And 20 minutes later, huge, grimy miners are rushing through the cash register bars for their honestly earned wages.
    What should the cashier do?
    Re-elect the boss?
    Who will immediately come out to the workers, drop a couple of suitcases with money and say: “Guys! I’ve always been for you! And I’ll tear this stupid old cashier to shreds right now!” “Vote for me!” he says. ! “I won’t let you down!”
    After 2 months, the same men storm the office of the chief accountant.
    And he - don’t be d.u.r.a.k.o.m. - He appointed security, and he himself moved to a higher floor.
    What should angry miners do?
    That's right - run to kill the cashier.
    And on the armored cash register window there is a piece of paper with the voting results and the signatures of each miner...
    This is how it will be somehow...
    At most, the same old cashier will suffer if she is so stupid...

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