Monday, January 21, 2008

NATO : Right Back 'Atcha, Comrade

Hmmm ... two first-strike policies on both the American and Russian sides. Isn't that like just saying ... ITZ COMING?

Notice the schizophrenic avoidance of mention of either Russia or China in a sentence. Apparently they believe the same media strategy used with Ron Paul will also work on two superpowers with more than 50,000 nuclear weapons between the two of them ... just pretend they don't exist.

Sure. That'll work.

1 comment:

Chesterton said...

For the past few days I've been considering a possibility that's even scarier than nuclear war: a silent coup d'etat by the Bolshevists.

Most of the West's leaders already speak and act like communists; there is an unmistakable shift to the left (observe how Republicans, the party that used to support smaller government, now acts the way Democrats did but 10 years ago -- allowing the Democrats to inch closer and closer to communism without much of the public noticing).

The Bolshevists have been waiting for the next great depression to make their move -- Khrushchev and other party leaders admitted as much when they spoke of the Soviets' error in not taking advantage of the depression in the 30's.

A century or more of communism scares me a lot more than nuclear war does. Could it be possible that the US government is a lot closer, ideologically, to Russia than they would have us believe?

What do you think about the possibility of Globalists/Trotskyists/Bolshevists coming into power and thus delaying a nuclear war?

My apologies if the above is a bit disjointed. It's late here, but hopefully you understand the gist of what I'm trying to say.