Is the USA scared of a possible "federalization" of Iraq?

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On the mass execution of Iraqi soldiers reports edition Associated Press, referring to the materials published by the militants. On one of the extremist sites belonging to the terrorist organization ISIL (Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant), a video clip was published, on the frames of which are trucks with numerous men. Further, in the video shows the shots of the long rows of the corpses of those men who were transported in trucks. The corpses lay in a trench.

Militants of the said terrorist organization state that they executed 1700 Iraqi soldiers in total. The head of one of the Iraqi provinces, in which radicals are operating in recent days, states that parts of the Iraqi army actually lost several hundred personnel prisoners when they were encircled. If this is true, then you can imagine what the number of terrorist groups operating in Iraq.



Is the USA scared of a possible "federalization" of Iraq?


TV channel RT announces the readiness of the United States to send special forces units to Iraq after information has passed through the media about the capture by militants of Baakuba, located approximately 60 km from Baghdad. Here, the militants staged a prison assault, in which more than 40 people died.

The Australian government says it is ready to send to Iraq and the Australian special army units. June 20 will discuss the possibility of sending the British contingent to Iraq, the Parliament of the United Kingdom.

Meanwhile, the Prime Minister of Iraqi Kurdistan, Barzani, states that if the authorities in Baghdad do not decide to allocate broad autonomies on religious and ethnic grounds within the borders of the country, Iraq will inevitably collapse. In fact, Barzani mentioned the need for the federalization of the state. Maybe this is what is pushing the US to get involved in another big conflict?
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    1. +20
      17 2014 June
      Hmm !!! Several hundred servicemen were surrounded !!! It’s necessary to fight like that!
      And of course a good question, how many militants then?!?!?!
      Here Strelkov would be so surrounded by the active army of dill !!!
      1. +5
        17 2014 June
        There are a lot of militants there, the basis of ISIS. + They were joined by all disparate terrorist groups + Sunnis who are dissatisfied with the Shiite Prime Minister + Saddam's former military.
        1. Vlad Gore
          +5
          17 2014 June
          It would be nice for Iraqi Kurdistan to have "shells". Then maybe the United States will lose its desire to intervene in the conflict. bully
          1. +7
            17 2014 June
            Quote: Vlad Gore
            It would be nice for Iraqi Kurdistan to have "shells". Then maybe the United States will lose the desire to intervene in the conflict.


            I don’t want to sound cynical, but now it is very useful for us, let them interfere ...
            1. 0
              17 2014 June
              Quote: Vadivak
              I don’t want to sound cynical, but now it is very useful for us, let them interfere ...

              Quite right. They created this problem by wanting to fight, and there was a good country with Hussein, and now they will be linked there. It turns out cool - the "opposition rebels" squeezed out of Syria arrived in Iraq and there smoothly turn into terrorists. What a wonderful field for Psaki!
      2. +3
        17 2014 June
        Quote: Veles75
        Here Strelkov would be so surrounded by the active army of dill !!!

        Strelkov's guys are brave but not frostbitten and with unwashed brains. They don't say how many militants were killed while the military was surrounded.
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        2. Argyn
          0
          17 2014 June
          Quote: punk
          Strelkov's guys are brave but not frostbitten and with unwashed brains. They don't say how many militants were killed while the military was surrounded.

          ISIS is not a bunch of natives with slingshots. Former soldiers of Saddam went through the military school of the USSR, the recent assaults by small groups of ISIS on cities showed that they are going against a 14-fold enemy, winning with skill and knowledge of the terrain. After all, Saddam's army fought against Iran and the United States, the militants have enough experience with a trailer. And the fact that the Iraqi armed forces allegedly killed hundreds of militants, I do not believe, the Shiite army is demoralized to the very tonsils.
      3. +4
        17 2014 June
        Quote: Veles75
        Here Strelkov would be so surrounded by the active army of dill !!!

        Periodically surrounds and takes prisoner or liquidates.
        1. +1
          17 2014 June
          Quote: volot-voin

          Periodically surrounds and takes prisoner or liquidates.

          I mean the scale !!! hi
          Hundreds of ukrovanov taken prisoner that's a dream!
          1. +1
            17 2014 June
            Quote: Veles75
            Hundreds of ukrovanov taken prisoner that's a dream!

            There is not enough food to feed the horde of enemies.
      4. PRN
        +6
        17 2014 June
        In the last hour !!!!
        LNR declared recognition by South Ossetia +69 Today, 15:59 • Publisher: sattay • Views: 3657 • Comments: 25 • World events The head of the Lugansk People’s Republic Valery Bolotov declared recognition of independence of the LPR by the leadership of South Ossetia “Tomorrow the ambassador of the Lugansk People’s Republic in South Ossetia will be appointed,” Bolotov said, Interfax reports. For his part, the President of South Ossetia Leonid Tibilov said that, guided by generally accepted norms of international law, the republic has recognized the results of the LPR referendum and is ready to accept Recall that the reason for the meeting was an appeal addressed to the president and chairman of parliament from the Supreme Council of the LPR with a request to recognize the Lugansk People’s Republic as an independent sovereign state. "I received the appeal of the Supreme Council of the LPR signed by the chairman of the Supreme Legislature LPR by Alexei Karjakin. The parliament carefully examined the received document, and the relevant committee accepted it for consideration, "said Stanislav Kochiev, chairman of the South Ossetian parliament, RIA Novosti reports. Recall, from mid-April, the Kiev authorities have been carrying out a punitive operation in eastern Ukraine against supporters of independence of Donetsk and Lugansk People's Republics, which declared their desire to secede from Ukraine after the post-coup that took place in the country on February 22 after many days of clashes in the center of Kiev. Active hostilities were suspended during the May 25 presidential election, but resumed on May 26. Petro Poroshenko, who won the elections in an ultimatum form, demanded that the security forces conduct a “cleansing” of the territories of Donetsk and Lugansk regions before his inauguration. Security forces actively use heavy artillery and combat aircraft. Numerous civilian casualties and destruction of residential buildings and infrastructure are reported.

        Source: http://politikus.ru/events/21860-lnr-zayavila-o-priznanii-so-storony-yuzhnoy-ose
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      5. 0
        17 2014 June
        Mattress toppers, children compared to Iraq. We stuck there like in Afghanistan. This is how the chicken will teach the chicken.
        There is hypocrisy, money, nothing will work.
        1. 0
          17 2014 June
          Oops, and then the Kurds are annealing! bully

          Iraq: 100 Thousand Kurds Take Over 4's Largest Oil Field

          The Kurds "protected" the fourth largest oil field in Iraq in the vicinity of Kirkuk, withdrawing their units there - over 100 thousand fighters - from their zone of residence. The area was previously controlled by the official government, which it abandoned after fighting the ISIL rebels. Kurds now control all the energy infrastructure in the area, except for the refinery in Baji, besieged by the ISIL rebels. Kurdish leader Yavar said that "Now all the disputed areas are under our control. The Iraqi government, after it left these lands, is impossible to return here."

          http://aftershock.su/?q=node/237189
          1. +2
            17 2014 June
            Kurds are a long-suffering people, they were slaughtered for centuries. Let them build their own state. It will be a Strong state in the Middle East. Self-sufficient.
            In this bacchanalia created by mattress makers, they have found their chance for many centuries. Saddam Hussein only. they destroyed 180 thousand. this should not be forgotten either. History brings up peoples. and she also kills the peoples who forget him.
            My opinion. you can judge.
            1. Argyn
              0
              17 2014 June
              I doubt the Kurds will survive. After the Iraqi government, the Kurds will be in line and 100 thousand will simply be exhausted and destroyed by small, mobile ISIS units. The war will be won by those who are more experienced in it.
        2. Argyn-suindyk
          -1
          17 2014 June
          Don't be lazy: http: //www.youtube.com/watch? V = RmDyDECz3n0!
          1. Argyn
            0
            17 2014 June
            War, its small fragments. The war is terrible, and it will go on as long as the human race will live. Victory will always be for those who are in truth!
            1. Argyn-suindyk
              0
              18 2014 June
              The truth must be won, and not wait for it to come!
    2. +15
      17 2014 June
      this is what pushes the United States to get involved in another big conflict


      Just by the way. This will slightly dilute the Ukrainian batch.

      The State Department will probably find a trace of Russia in this ...
      1. +23
        17 2014 June
        The USA should disappear from this Earth. I really hope to see this in life.
        1. +2
          17 2014 June
          The USA should disappear from this Earth. I really hope to see this in life.

          And how, then, we, orphans and unreasonable, will be left without the beacon of SHIT ... who then will teach us on the example of Korea, Vietnam, Iraq, Libya, Afghanistan and 47 other countries, "democratised" by the United States over the past 50 years so that until now, from "FOLDED HAPPINESS" CANNOT COME INTO YOURSELF ...
          1. +1
            17 2014 June
            There is an opinion that we can cope without their advice.
          2. 0
            17 2014 June
            We will survive nothing ...
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      2. +2
        17 2014 June
        Quote: lexxxus
        The State Department will probably find a trace of Russia in this ...

        yes, they will attract the MI-35 helicopters did not cope with the pilots poorly trained and in general gazprom is to blame. by the way, jokes in jokes. and the Americans have already prepared sanctions against Russia. It remains to discuss with Europe what she is ready to sacrifice.
    3. +2
      17 2014 June
      they would rather be shit out of fright. brought democracy the whole east is on fire
      1. +3
        17 2014 June
        Iraq is actually divided.
        In the north of the Kurds, small Shiites led by Prime Minister Al Maliki and the overwhelmingly aggressive majority of Sunnis.
        1. +1
          17 2014 June
          As far as I remember, the Sunnis in Iraq have always been a ruling minority. Until Saddam was overthrown.
          1. +2
            17 2014 June
            Quote: sergey32
            As far as I remember, the Sunnis in Iraq have always been a ruling minority.
        2. +1
          17 2014 June
          There is no longer a Shiite belt, this is a fact.
        3. +3
          17 2014 June
          Iraq is actually divided.

          And not only IRAQ ... the same fate for LIBYA, AFGHAN .... The same awaits for UKRAINE !!!
          American "Democracy ON THE MARCH"! - divide and conquer, ... crush more or less independent ones .... rule there through your puppets ... go bankrupt and seize all more or less working Aboriginal enterprises, eliminate competitors and seize markets for goods for the sake of American manufacturers ...
          Here is the main line and goals of the USA!
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    4. +3
      17 2014 June
      The United States will get involved there, Ukraine may be left alone. There are not many chances, but they are. And Ukraine will lose Western support, the rulers will immediately stick their skis. One thing just is not clear, Australia is what matters to Iraq. What do they go to where they don’t need?
      1. +3
        17 2014 June
        I support, get involved. Oil, oil and money- Iraq is the feeder of Amerov multinational companies.
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      3. shah_I_mat
        +1
        17 2014 June
        Elizabeth II is the head of the British Commonwealth of Nations and, in addition to Great Britain, Queen of 15 independent states: Australia, Antigua and Barbuda, Bahamas, Barbados, Belize, Grenada, Canada, New Zealand, Papua New Guinea, Saint Vincent and the Grenadines, Saint - Kitts and Nevis, Saint Lucia, Solomon Islands.
    5. +3
      17 2014 June
      Maybe this is what pushes the United States to get involved in another big conflict?

      It is advisable to get involved faster, but get bogged down in it longer !!! Forgive me Lord!
    6. +3
      17 2014 June
      The Syrian Air Force has already begun to harach ISIS caravans in Iraq
      1. -1
        17 2014 June
        A professor recently wrote that their pilots are miserable. There is a technique, but no one to fly.
        1. 0
          17 2014 June
          professor said the races, then everything personally flew and fought with the adversaries ..)
          1. +1
            17 2014 June
            Amendment, mixed up, Prof wrote about the Iraqi Air Force.
    7. predator.3
      +6
      17 2014 June
      The situation for the United States is comical, in Syria they support this very ISIS (Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant), since they are at war with B. Assad, and in Iraq, on the contrary! These same Islamist rebels are fighting the pro-American puppet government of Iraq. request what sad
    8. +2
      17 2014 June
      Excellent, at least a little will draw on the forces and attention of the West from SYRIA, IRAN and RUSSIA. And in the meantime we will insert some kind of piston.
      1. portoc65
        -1
        17 2014 June
        т
        Quote: cerbuk6155
        Excellent, at least a little will draw on the forces and attention of the West from SYRIA, IRAN and RUSSIA. And in the meantime we will insert some kind of piston.

        you are a strategist to convey this idea to Kaderov ..
    9. +3
      17 2014 June
      The main thing for them now is to save their embassy and ambassador, which they could not prevent in Libya. What they have generated, from those they receive. I emphasize that they (the staff) swallowed the murder of their ambassador to Libya, they did not even blather, for some reason there were no bombings after that. They will get the same from the ukrofashiks they grow up. And "September 11" does not teach them anything at all.
    10. +3
      17 2014 June
      The Australian government has announced that it is ready to send Australian special forces to Iraq.
      .......... By the way, have you heard anything from Australia since Kostya Ju left there? local poultry hawks got bored of running with a camera gun after kangaroos, crocodiles and aborigines, wanted to drive? we need to send a couple of steamers with jihadists so that the local heroes start up a little and throw the crap out of their heads
      1. zzz
        zzz
        +5
        17 2014 June
        And here's what's in the dill:
        In the Poltava region. an explosion occurred on the Urengoy-Pomary-Uzhgorod gas pipeline Today, 14:59 According to eyewitnesses, the flame rose to a height of about 200 meters Photo from open sources In the area of ​​Lokhvitsa, Poltava region, the Urengoy-Pomary-Uzhgorod gas pipeline exploded. This was reported to 112.ua by the press service of the Ministry of Internal Affairs of the Poltava region. According to eyewitnesses, the flames rose to a height of about 200 meters. According to preliminary information, there are no victims or injured. "The explosion occurred at about 14:45 on the gas pipeline in the field. All services, including the operational investigation team, went to the scene. Due to the fire and high temperature, it is impossible to approach the fire. There is no information about the victims and injured yet," - told the press service of the Ministry of Internal Affairs. It will be possible to talk about the preliminary causes of the explosion after the localization of the flame. Local residents are sure that the pipeline itself could not have exploded. "Most likely this is a terrorist attack," - said an eyewitness to the incident. As a reminder, on May 12, in the Ivano-Frankivsk region, during the work to eliminate a gas leak from the Urengoy-Pomary-Uzhgorod gas pipeline (section 4266 km, Rozhnyatovsky district), an explosion occurred at a distance of 30 m near the Bogorodchany-Dolina onshore high-pressure gas pipeline (diameter 1400 mm, pressure 50-54 atm), which is laid nearby. Urengoy - Pomary - Uzhgorod is the main export gas pipeline. It connects gas fields in the north of Western Siberia with Uzhgorod in Western Ukraine. Then the gas is transported to end consumers in Central and Western Europe. It crosses the Russian-Ukrainian border north of the city of Sumy. Through the territory of Ukraine, gas is transported to a compressor station in the Uzhgorod region on the border with Slovakia and to smaller compressor stations on the border with Hungary and Romania.
        Read more here: http://112.ua/avarii-chp/v-poltavskoy-obl-vzorvalsya-gazoprovod-76241.html
        1. +3
          17 2014 June
          Well, that's basically the answer to all the questions. They dragged off the gas and blew it up to cover their tracks.
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        3. +3
          17 2014 June
          Dill blew up a gas pipeline to install a tie-in to steal gas. For some reason I think so.
        4. +1
          17 2014 June
          I recently wrote about this. Well, well ... now we need to strengthen security at the Rivne NPP, so God forbid ...
    11. strong man
      +6
      17 2014 June
      Let's hope that the United States will still rip its navel trying to de-democratize everyone and everything!
    12. kelevra
      +5
      17 2014 June
      And again, the USA is to blame for everything! Damned country!
    13. +2
      17 2014 June
      Because of the United States, the entire planet is now plunging into chaos ...
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      2. +2
        17 2014 June
        Quote: Dill
        I love America, I’ll go and hang a flag on my house soldier

        I'll go too, I'll put it instead of a rug ... A cute striped rug)))
    14. Dill
      -10
      17 2014 June
      I love America, I’ll go and hang a flag on my house soldier
      1. MVS
        MVS
        +3
        17 2014 June
        Quote: Dill
        I love America, I’ll go and hang a flag on my house soldier

      2. +2
        17 2014 June
        Look close don't hang
    15. portoc65
      +3
      17 2014 June
      I smiled that the United States is going to send special forces to turn the tide ... well, well .. laughing
    16. +1
      17 2014 June
      Still, Stalin said that the Americans can only bomb. So they will not send manpower (American) to Iraq. And they will bomb, you have to support the domestic arms industry.
    17. +1
      17 2014 June
      Maybe in truth the situation in Iraq got out of control of the Pindocs? Although, given that they need a pretext to attack Syria, and Iraq is just a great springboard for this.
    18. +1
      17 2014 June
      The United States needs all this, many fragmented small states that are biting among themselves!
    19. +2
      17 2014 June
      The situation in Iraq got out of control of the mattresses, the fault of the actions of the Saudis through their mercenaries is like a click on the nose of arrogant mattresses.
    20. +1
      17 2014 June
      Something is silent about the freedom-loving Iraqis who surrounded the army of a non-democratic government.
    21. Andrey82
      +1
      17 2014 June
      The United States is now in dumkas: To bomb or not to bomb? To enter or not to enter?
    22. Iero
      +3
      17 2014 June
      There will be no federalization of Iraq. It has actually already split into Arab and Kurdish parts. Now the Arab will split into Shiite and Sunni. What is noteworthy is that Iran, without asking anyone, has introduced parts of its special forces into Shiite territories and they are already fighting with ISIS units. With the support of Iran, the British and the United States, the Sunnis will be thrown back from Baghdad, but the war will go along with the Syrian massacre. And the most interesting thing is that the Americans will have to choose which of their former "friends of Syria" to support and who not. Get confused. But, the saddest thing, this conflict will not affect the assistance of the State Department to the Ukrainian junta, America still has enough strength for Europe, Asia, and Latin America (do not forget about the "Maidan" in Venezuela).
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      1. +2
        17 2014 June
        To the content of the branch.
      2. Wladimir71
        +4
        17 2014 June
        Amazing lack of will.
        1. +2
          17 2014 June
          Quote: Wladimir71
          Amazing lack of will.

          Others hope I learned a lesson about what happens to prisoners of terrorists.
          1. Beloborodov
            0
            17 2014 June
            this gives the answer who is the terrorist in the Ukrainian conflict ...
          2. Argyn
            0
            17 2014 June
            Quote: Phantom Revolution
            Others hope I learned a lesson about what happens to prisoners of terrorists.

            They learned it a long time ago, but they are often captured in the hundreds and even thousands. But I don’t understand, if death cannot be avoided and they know it, why don’t they fight to the last? I just didn’t see them crying, unlike the Europeans.
      3. Argyn-suindyk
        0
        17 2014 June
        http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RmDyDECz3n0
    24. +3
      17 2014 June
      Quote: zone44
      Because of the United States, the entire planet is now plunging into chaos ...

      There is a boomerang effect !!!
    25. Neighbor from below
      0
      17 2014 June
      It’s not good that old problems are sweeping the Middle East again. While the troops of the USA and NATO somehow maintain there more or less order: And if they leave, all local authorities will immediately fail under the onslaught of radical militants. Iraq and Afghanistan are a big problem for both NATO and Russia, otherwise all drugs from Afghanistan will go through Russia too.
      1. Argyn
        +1
        17 2014 June
        They overthrew Saddam, overthrew Gaddafi, and under them there was an amazing order. And they were overthrown by Western freaks with the help of local traitors! Imagine you lived happily and then once your HOMELAND was smashed to pieces, life went where you need to think about how to feed your child tomorrow, bandits are wielding on the street, the arbitrariness of the authorities, and then once you are offered to return everything back as it was by driving out Western puppets. Your choice as a patriot?
    26. +1
      17 2014 June
      Iraq, by and large, is de facto divided. As I understand it, the United States was afraid of legal division.
    27. 0
      17 2014 June
      I just can’t understand what is happening in the story with Iraq.
      1. 0
        17 2014 June
        Quote: marina1811
        I just can’t understand what is happening in the story with Iraq.

        What's not clear? The terrorists squeezed out of Syria, which the United States called the rebels, flooded to plunder in Iraq, because it became uncomfortable in Syria. The Kurds are opposing, the government troops in Iraq are also trying to do something, but so far only the Kurds have succeeded. The USA got scared, they need the whole controlled Iraq, and they are scratching their turnips on what to do. Most likely they will bomb these now terrorists who were previously insurgents in propaganda. Very ironic. It will be funny to listen to Psaki in this regard. "There was a merry-go-round in which the rebels turned into terrorists and became enemies of the United States" - one of the variants of the speech.
      2. Argyn
        +1
        17 2014 June
        After the assassination of Saddam by the West and the traitors, what is called a meat grinder began there. Saddam would be alive Iraq would be a stable regional power with a combat-ready army. But alas, the United States would only sow democracy and quickly dump from there forcing the locals to reap this fruit with a taste of blood. And the fact that the Sunnis would rise was clear from the very beginning, they were simply betrayed as their leader Saddam.
    28. +1
      17 2014 June
      I wonder if oil production has somehow suffered, or is oil regularly shipped to the main consumer?
    29. kirqiz ssr
      +5
      17 2014 June
      we in Kyrgyzstan gathered a general meeting of veterans of the armed forces of the USSR and Kyrgyzstan and demanded from the government of the Kyrgyz Republic to become part of the Russian Federation.
      1. +1
        17 2014 June
        What a news. If only someone would listen.
      2. 0
        17 2014 June
        Well done veterans, they understand the situation correctly!
      3. Argyn
        0
        17 2014 June
        They won't take it, of course I'm sorry, but Kyrgyzstan is not stable yet.
    30. +1
      17 2014 June
      Attention to the question, where does ISIS have so much money?
      1. 0
        17 2014 June
        So they took the bank about 300 ml of green.
    31. +1
      17 2014 June
      Here by the way in the topic:
      Everything you wanted to know about ISIL, but were afraid to ask
      http://pravdoryb.info/vse-chto-vy-khoteli-znat-pro-isil-no-boyalis-sprosit.html

      Suggestive ...:
      ... "The Baath party, or the party of Arab Socialism, originated precisely from Socialism, but not Soviet, or Chinese, but German National Socialism and was used by the German Abwehr as its future support in Iraq and Iran ..."
    32. +1
      17 2014 June
      Regarding gas: The tie-in will not help, at our border European engineers record gas supplies to Europe, at the border they record the incoming volume! Just like in 2009, you won't be able to steal! Now dill will steal from the EU and not from us!
    33. +2
      17 2014 June
      you need to send all these militants, no matter what they call themselves, to the borders of Israel and check the combat effectiveness of the vaunted and invincible Jewish army (the word Jew is not a curse word; do not freak out and get offended)
    34. 0
      17 2014 June
      Quote: lexxxus
      this is what pushes the United States to get involved in another big conflict


      Just by the way. This will slightly dilute the Ukrainian batch.

      The State Department will probably find a trace of Russia in this ...

      Of course he will, fighters from Syria rushed there, when they realized that there was nothing for them but to go to heaven.
    35. 0
      17 2014 June
      Quote: Mareman Vasilich
      Attention to the question, where does ISIS have so much money?
      In occupied cities there were bank branches and safes of commercial structures
    36. komrad.klim
      +2
      17 2014 June
      Quote: Silkway0026
      The USA should disappear from this Earth. I really hope to see this in life.

      All positive-minded population of planet Earth really wants this!
    37. +1
      17 2014 June
      Quote: Veles75
      Here Strelkov would like to surround the active army of dill

      The degree of bloodiness depends on the population itself
    38. +2
      17 2014 June
      Note before the collapse of the USSR, most of the countries where people are now dying, lived peacefully, as they say with their cockroaches. And now these dodgers felt themselves to be the rulers of the world (bl ....), where death and tears would not stick their snouts everywhere. It's time to unite and beat the evil empire on the raking hands, Fashington must be pressed unambiguously, the whole planet will become much easier. When will everyone understand it !?
      1. Argyn
        0
        17 2014 June
        The history of our world is such that the place of Fashington is NEVER empty, some of them necessarily take it themselves without realizing it.
    39. +2
      17 2014 June
      Quote: Silkway0026
      The USA should disappear from this Earth. I really hope to see this in life.


      An alarming and ominous country across the ocean. No history, no tradition, no roots. Artificial, aggressive, obsessive reality, completely devoid of spirit, focused only on the material world and technical efficiency, cold, indifferent, neon-shining advertisements, senseless luxury; Shaded by pathological poverty, genetic degeneration, the rupture of all and all kinds of connections between people, things, nature and culture. The result of a pure experiment of European rationalist utopians.

      Today it asserts its planetary domination, the triumph of its way of life, its civilization model over all the peoples of the earth. Above us. In herself and only in herself she sees "progress" and "norms of civilization", denying everyone else the right to their own path, to their own culture, to their own system of values. How surprisingly accurately all this prophecy reminds of the coming of the Antichrist ... the King of a dead "green country" that has risen from the abyss of an ancient crime ... Close America is our religious duty.

      A.G. Dugin, Mysteries of Eurasia.

      Written in the 90s of the last century, but how relevant it sounds today!
    40. 0
      17 2014 June
      The world is rolling into tar-tarars ...
      1. Argyn
        0
        17 2014 June
        Not the world, but the Middle East. But Ukraine needs to be bailed out so that it doesn’t work out, as always, where the United States comes to.

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