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Started by Sweet, March 28, 2014, 01:54:12 AM
Quote from: Sweet on March 28, 2014, 02:37:44 AMYou're absolutely right about it being an action that is strategically justified. It reminds me of the situation of North Korea, where China has, in the past, backed North Korea almost solely because it's on their doorstep. You make it seem as if the conflict solely exists of two sides- NATO backed rebels and the Pro-Russian Ukranian government. But do you think that there is a legitimacy to the protests? I mean, it seemed to me that at least SOME of the protesters were actually protesting for real- presumably the Ukraine's troublesome relationship with Russia. Is it safe to lump them in with neo-nazis?
Quote from: Sweet on March 28, 2014, 01:54:12 AMPersonally, I'm happy the situation is where it is, with Crimea in Russia's hands. While I think that the action was a major violation of Ukraine's sovereignty, I'd rather it end in peace than in war.
QuoteIf it ends in war: We (as humans) need it.
Quoteand it will help economics (partially because there will be less people afterward, and partially because we can aide our allies.)
QuoteI know its cruel to say what I am, but population control is necessary.
QuoteIf it ends in peace: Well, we'll see if that's possible, mate.
Quote from: Sweet on April 03, 2014, 09:02:51 AM Nobody should have to die for "population control". At least, there shouldn't need to be outstanding events that do a job that nature will do on its own.
Quote from: Lazy Kat on April 03, 2014, 03:51:31 PM I'm not going to argue with ya too much about you being in college and all, mainly because I'm not even past High-school.
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