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  1. Chia Cha

    I do not understand those idiotic countries going “soci@list”. You will never do it unless you go soci@list proper way, you must say you are capitalist so america does not go crazy (when they asked VP of Norway he always says they are capitalist and that US is soci@list with capitalist bubbles pooping up on surface), you must be vassal of US, you must be monarchy. You must not have security cooperation with China and Russia. And then everything is fine. Saudi Arabia, Norway and Denmark are way more soci@list then USSR ever was. I really do not understand it, other that those other countries are just evil. And they are liars.

    1. Chia Cha

      Let s just compare idiotic Assad destroying his own country just because he wanted to keep females in jeans (I guess he liked his wife wearing male pants), because he wanted to remain slave of Russia and China, and because he wanted to stay poor. While he had chance to become american slave, and be 5 times more wealthy and happy and even more soci@list country, just by becoming the most free country on world, even more free then US, namely = Saudi Arabia. Who can understand that. Same for Gadapipihfi. Lefty feminism destroyed his people.

    2. Camus

      It is refreshing to see American common sense prevail under the Trump Administration.

      The recent actions in Venezuela reflect long-standing principles of US foreign policy as articulated in the Monroe Doctrine of 1823 (crafted by John Quincy Adams and James Monroe), and as further developed in light of the Roosevelt corollary of 1904. (The temporary “Good Neighbor Policy” of FDR turned out to be both an aberration and a disastrous failure.)

      In 1954, Secretary of State John Foster Dulles re-invoked the Monroe Doctrine and the Roosevelt Corollary at the Tenth Pan-American Conference in Caracas.

      American actions are reasonable and predictable and must have been foreseen by communist and neo-communist planners. So where’s the beef?

  2. Spirit of Pierre Boulle

    I really appreciated this speech pronouncing the Trump Doctrine, in general. “Principled Realism” of Donald J. Trump is the opposite of “Practical Idealism” of the Kalergi Plan and the EU. It is, quite literally speaking, the difference between Light and the Dark forces.

    Restoring the Role of the Nation-State in the Liberal International Order
    Michael R. Pompeo
    Secretary of State
    German Marshall Fund
    Brussels, Belgium
    December 4, 2018
    https://www.state.gov/secretary/remarks/2018/12/287770.htm

    EXCERPTS: The central question that we face is that – is the question of whether the system as currently configured, as it exists today, and as the world exists today – does it work? Does it work for all the people of the world?

    We have to account for the world order of today in order to chart the way forward. It is what America’s National Security Strategy deemed “principled realism.” I like to think of it as “common sense.”

    Every nation – every nation – must honestly acknowledge its responsibilities to its citizens and ask if the current international order serves the good of its people as well as it could. And if not, we must ask how we can right it.

    This is what President Trump is doing. He is returning the United States to its traditional, central leadership role in the world. He sees the world as it is, not as we wish it to be. He knows that nothing can replace the nation-state as the guarantor of democratic freedoms and national interests. He knows, as George H.W. Bush knew, that a safer world has consistently demanded American courage on the world stage. And when we – and when we all of us ignore our responsibilities to the institutions we’ve formed, others will abuse them.

    1. Chia Cha

      Trump understands that you can only try to change local cultures, but you cannot do it left (meaning sick, degenerate and perverse way), you can only chance local culture in way local culture will accept it. And that is via technology and trade. People do forget that technology (techics of doing something) is also culture. Culture in trade can easily be tilted by connecting rules with money, not by putting money above rules (lefty sick degenerate way).

  3. Jason

    I would like to recommend the movie “Hero” with Jet Li. It’s the only movie he made where some deep thought went into the story and character development. It’s a story of espionage and the unification of China. The transition of those who decide to grow beyond revenge (death of past) and chose to sacrifice themselves (life in unknown future) for the future of a new nation, thus the end of internal conflict. It’s heavy. Also, the original “The Devil and Daniel Webster”.

  4. Ed t Kirchner

    What do Plato-Republic, Thomas Hobbes- Leviathan, John Ruskin- Oxford, CFR, Gotham, and Metropolis have in common?

  5. Camus

    WASHINGTON — The Trump administration’s attempt to force out… [Maduro is]… the opening [move] of a new strategy to exert greater U.S. influence over Latin America…..

    In sight is… Cuba… as well as recent inroads made by Russia, China and Iran.

    [Administration officials are mindful of] Cuba’s intelligence operations in the U.S., and [Cuba’s] efforts to spread anti-American views to other Latin American countries.

    Wall Street Journal, Jan 31, 2019, p. 1.
    “Trump Sees Maduro Move As First Shot in Wider Battle”.

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