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Russia Wants Start Cold War 2? - Peters - 05-31-2007 11:25 PM
Russia leader Putin declared that he going to increase amount of ballistic missiles in Russia, since he does not like America trying to build "unipolar" world and Russia is not given up yet so they either ask America to sign some ratification about reduction of number of nuclear weapons or they going to keep gathering them as America do.
Why they doing this, your ideas?
Russia Wants Start Cold War 2? - triplesix - 06-01-2007 03:12 AM
The US has a couple of different strategies for having de facto control of the world. For example, Full Spectrum Dominance calls for having the most state of the art everything, be it rifles, missles, warships, what have you. They attempt to attain what they call "order of magnitude" surperiority. Meaning that a single US unit is as good as 10 enemies. This makes the US very difficult to fight in conventional warfare. The US dreams a little higher than that though, and they'd prefer not to fight at all. Enter the Air Force Global Strike Task Force. An armada of F-22s, B2 bombers, ballistic missiles and who knows what goodies they have stashed up in space. Well this is where the Missile Defense Shield enters the picture.
A lot of people think that the US wanting to build a missile defense shield wouldn't be that aggressive of a strategy, after all, it has defense in the name. But the US strategy calls for this defensive shield so that it can defend itself in the event of a missile-based retaliation to a US attack.
If the shield goes up, the US could launch missiles into Russia while simultaneously picking off anything the Russians shoot back. That is the eventual goal of the US, a one way mirror kind of missile strategy.
The Russians are being forced to continue the Cold War because the Cold War never ended. At least, the Arms Race never ended... even if the US was just racing against itself. Russia, probably not very confident that they can prevent the construction of the missile shield, has amped up rhetoric and missile construction in the hopes of being able to launch enough to overwhelm the defense shield should a conflict erupt.
The world is a very fucked up place after all.
Russia Wants Start Cold War 2? - Shinobi - 06-01-2007 05:27 AM
Who says its Russia who wants to start it ?
They didnt want to start the original cold war ..
do some research, and perhaps come back
and mention that its America wanting to start this 2nd cold war.
You wouldnt be wrong.
When I say America, im not refering to every American who lives there
but the very idiotic war mongering bastards who run the country
quite the same here in the united kingdom, im sure they have their
snivelling snotty noses and hands in this too.
And to be honest, if Russia wanted to fuck America up
or the u.k up for that matter, well its about fucking time
as they have been fucked over more times than a porn star.
Consider Japan one day doing the same
Russia Wants Start Cold War 2? - SEGMeNT - 06-01-2007 02:13 PM
There was 'No' cold war
I strongly suggest you read 'The Best enemies money can buy' (Anthony C Sutton)
251 pages of glorious FACTS written for researchers and not as a story
Truly amazing information in that about how US tax payers paid to set Russia up,
U.S. selling them the ball bearing grinders for ICBM manufacture, Ford foundation
sending its engineers over to make the military vehicle plants, U.S. civil engineers
sent over to construct huge 600 mile long roads into Afghanistan etc etc.....
All paid for by the US tax payer
Get reading :wink:
Russia Wants Start Cold War 2? - Forbesanton - 06-30-2007 05:38 PM
that picture is badass. AMERIA SUCKS ASS, I AM AMERICAN TOO, WE WANT TO CONTROLL EVERYTHING.
Russia Wants Start Cold War 2? - harflimon - 06-30-2007 09:46 PM
Who Is Starting the New Cold War?
by Yuri Reshetnikov
Global Research, June 30, 2007
Voice of Russia
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There has been much talk over the past year or so in the world media about the real prospect of a new Cold War taking shape between Russia and the West. Policy-makers in Russia and in the West have dejected the idea as being exaggerated. Yet the issue flared up again at the recent G-8 summit in Germany earlier this month and it has persisted ever since.
Anatole Kaletsky writing in the Times of London at the time of the latest G-8 summit had some interesting observations about the prevailing mood at this annual gathering of the 8 most industrialized countries in the world.
Casting Russia as the enemy suits everyone at this years summit, he noted in his article. It distracts attention from President Bushs contempt for Europeans on climate change and his geopolitical blunders. It helps Angela Merkel and Tony Blair to disguise the failure of their Atlanticist diplomacy while allowing Nicolas Sarkozy to sound tough, without being anti-American. It gives all the European leaders at the summit a chance to show solidarity with the EUs newly admitted Eastern members without making any concessions on the discriminatory economic and labor policies that will keep these countries firmly in their place for decades ahead?
Enjoying an unprecedented popularity in his own country, Russian President Vladimir Putin, who is leaving his post next year, appears only to benefit domestically from Western criticism of his policies. He is now widely viewed at home as the first political leader in a long time who can stand up for Russias interests against what the Times described as an inherently hostile world. And despite Putins generally distorted image in the West, he comes off as a true Russian patriot in his home country, which is what counts for a leader who has made his political ambitions known beyond his current presidential post.
Anatole Kaletsky in his article tried to look at the West through Russian eyes as it is perceived in this country. Despite all the past sentimental rhetoric of Western politicians describing Russia as a friend and strategic partner, US and European behavior has consistently treated Russia more as an enemy than an ally, he points out. Russia has been told it could never join NATO or the EU and Mr. Putins invitation to G8 summits is scant consolation for the denial of WTO membership and the continuation of US trade sanctions dating back to the Cold War. Also, why shouldnt the Russians worry about Western armies and missiles on their borders, when these contribute to a process of territorial encroachment similar to what Napoleon and Hitler failed to achieve by cruder means? The conclusion Anatole Kaletsky makes is this: If we are going to treat the Russians as enemies, let us at least try to see the world from their point of view.
Russia Wants Start Cold War 2? - hilly7 - 07-01-2007 05:49 AM
War is proffitable for those who finance it, especially both sides. It's also an excellent deterant for other events to be hidden while carried out. Then there is always the fear factor which is good for control of sheeple. This could even be the good cop bad cop scenerio being played out. What one country calls a hero, the other country call a villian.
Russia Wants Start Cold War 2? - bareblar02 - 07-21-2007 06:10 PM
As was stated, the Cold War never truly ended, the 'shield' which America is building will only further our belief that "We're the greatest country in the world."; We know that most of the world hates us, so we've got to be ready for anything.
We spy on people and all that because the USA is pretty much paranoid. We fear attack upon us, so we make the world fear us.
Our logic is a bit twisted, hmm?:P