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"arctic ukraine" Discussed on The Babylon Bee

The Babylon Bee

05:24 min | 3 months ago

"arctic ukraine" Discussed on The Babylon Bee

"Up the phone Jim get on it get over there. Practices offensive. Yeah Right. So. Then they added did right. So then they that day. 'cause I didn't know the context of the story. I saw I just saw you post that and I didn't even know this was connected to the hearing and I already thought it was weird just like they did that just the fact that you all. Very And they've just added like. Like. They can tell us all that it's offensive now. Really, weird and then to that it happened like that very day that very day when someone went and looked through the language just to fit yeah. Someone went someone must have been looking at like this can't be offensive. They look they pulled it up on Western it has offensive and they're like what? So this guy went and he compared it to the web archive on way back. Where you can go look old. I. Always use it like I wanna go see what Amex PX is a website looked like in one, thousand, nine, hundred, nine when I used to visit it every day to find my old website for our band. There's like gone now mile flash header and everything, and it's really sad. My space isn't work on there anymore really like you can't go find your old Nice Base P, which is probably good for us. Because Tom. Graciously deleted all of all the files on a server on accident. Guys we accidentally. But you know someone that purpose like I love I only always think of him is that. He. Didn't he wasn't thumbs up. He was hands on the keyword, right? Smile Jose. I just imagined with thumbs up even though he doesn't have but he looks like he's smiling I think he's like. Maybe his hands aren't even on keyboard he's just sitting at A. He's got like a whiteboard behind him and he's going. Wait. I'm sure they can. The picture Tom Never never forsook US folk or sickness. We betrayed him. We turned our backs on him. So. Yeah. Language people using words. Erase air possible using words. That's what languages. That's what we're talking about right now. George Orwell every record has been destroyed or falsified every book rewritten every picture has been repainted. Every statue in st building has been renamed. Every day it has been altered. And Processes Continuing Day by day minute by minute history has stopped. Nothing exists except an endless present in which the party is. Always right. Sounds like a beastie boys album. The party is always right. They had They always had a different country that was the bad guy right was like. Something Asia. Eurasia Your Asia Asia. Yes. These different ones we've always been. Out there but then shifted at some point in the story to different one. I remember by the end of the book is like I think in the last couple of pages where he's finally accepted. Since I think at the buck sixty years old it's probably. Eight years old. But I always think. Well even covert I think i. I know that are serious things about Cova gone but I guess used it gets used as a we're at war. Don't you know we're at war with? The virus and so this justifies any irrationality we've always been at war with corona. It's always been a war of something. That's why the you know. There was always something in the news. To try to take down trump. And now it's Kobe now right like there's nothing else like that. Suddenly there's no Russia gate. There's no. There's no other thing. Trump has going on secret behind closed doors. Oak Krona's great. We got this now remember remember. The phone calls to the Ukraine. Ukraine though you Ukraine? Ukraine I. Don't know if the what's the preferred Arctic. Ukraine and Ukraine. Ukraine me crane we crane I don't. Remember that like that was like the big like this is going to end it. They impeached impeachment for bombshell bombshell. The walls are closing in Bonn bombshell game over. The trump administration is shaking their booties. The thing wearing like little booties. Boots. And booties shaking booties Shakin their shake your. Booty. Shaking. Suits. Yeah. To talks nothing's. mixup. Sad. Moore. Is that what they impeach informs the phone call that you see that was the was that the actual impeach him for his remember the. Quid. Pro Quo. Yeah. He was offering this for that. I saw some early in my head murky The thing is maybe trump has had some scandals. But it's like they every day they're like turned up to eleven like the it's like your kids. Like when they scream a lot in the other room and it's like Oh gosh. The first time that happens you run downstairs. Don't know what's wrong. What's wrong? No, it's build my cereal. Yeah. There's no marshmallows in the lucky charms boiling. Okay. The next time it is a beautiful who cried Wolf Jewish because eventually as a parent, you're just like they're fine they're all right Yeah. That's like blood curdling scream now thirteen minutes. So Little Baby Jim Acosta's.

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"arctic ukraine" Discussed on Kickass News

Kickass News

04:50 min | 1 year ago

"arctic ukraine" Discussed on Kickass News

"And we, it was inevitable that we were going to. Yeah, we were going to take them, and then we subsequently did now I did, I mentioned earlier. I'm I'm worried that we're. Taking our foot off the gas and it's a mistake to now turn around and, and leave the place to without our influence anymore. I'm not saying we have to be fight each surely, not dying there. But we need to keep our influence. They are simply as a matter of self protection, and we've won the war, let's not Unwin another war in Iraq. So is President Trump then justified in his assertion that ISIS as he put it is basically defeated. Yeah. I think so. I think the I think, as I said, both the fact and the idea are destroyed. The only thing you have to say is that nothing's gone forever. Other a few of these fanatics left, we pursued them down to the freight down the frady's valley. I thought we were going to kill them all, apparently we'd didn't. So there are still some there, which is one of the reasons why we need to stay and. These are fanatics. And so they will try again to get people on their side. And if you allow the conditions to be recreated where they can get a few people on their side, and then tyrannize the rest of the people, you'll have old ISIS. Mac again, that's why I would I think we should not leave Syria not leave Iraq. We should stay in the game again not fighting and dying. But assisting and enabling our friends, they're these people are now they, they fought the war. We asked them to fight. They won the war, they couldn't have done it without us. But they won the war. Now, we want him to win the peace and turn our backs on him at this point is, is self self defeating and global terror is one of the five biggest threats you list, and inside the five sided box also on that list Russia, China, Iran North. Korea, I want to try to get to each of these in the time, we have first off Russia. It almost seems like there are too many problems to keep track of Putin is testing us on so many different fronts, whether it's cyber warfare the election Syria aggression in the Arctic Ukraine, and potentially other former Soviet satellite states violating the nuclear-test-ban withdrawing from nuclear treaties with so many balls in the air, where do we focus, our resources with Russia? It. He you're exactly right. He's, he's all over the globe at all over the strategic map, but there is a common denominator to Putin and I say this because I've been in meetings with Ladimir Putin's in nineteen nineteen Ninety-three Putin feels that the Soviet Union's collapse, was a catastrophe for the Russian people, and he's entitled to that view of his sleep. He believes that the United States has made mistakes around the world and he enumerates them toppling, governments in the not knowing what to do. So he makes some reasonable points that I don't necessarily agree with. But you can understand, but here's where Latimer Putin becomes tough to work with he views fourteen the United States, as an aim of his foreign policy in itself. Now, if he wants to talk to me about Syria. Okay. We can talk about Syria. We have different views. Maybe we can build a bridge between his view and my view in some way of, of, of, of reaching common ground. Same thing if we're talking about terrorism. We're talking about North Korea, China, whatever. But if his objective is so to speak, excuse my expression to screw the United States. That's an objective. I can't you, you can't compromise with that Ben build a bridge to that. And that's what makes him so difficult. And that's why you have to push back. We didn't have a war plan for Russia. Because when the Soviet Union ended, we didn't need ours. Soviet in Warsaw Pact war plan anymore. And it looked like they were either on the ropes permanently or we're gonna kind of turn into a democracy, or at least. Some sort of friend. And that's what everybody hoped. But when I was secretary defense, I said, it's, it's time we have were plan for Russia. Get them said to say that a but we need one in NATO needs one that's when we began to put the, the additional.

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