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The end of the U.S. as a superpower is in sight . . . and it is irreversible !


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18 minutes ago, JinnMartini said:

It was fun  . . . 

 

. . .  and thanks for all the fish !

 

America... just needs to tend to Jefferson's "Tree of Liberty" a little.

 

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... that's all.

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Could be the end of America and even the end of Americans as China has already tested their ability, willingness and plan to do. Then they just have to wait a month or two after the kill, send some of their peons in to clean up the corpses, and then come and move in.

China was preparing for a Third World War with biological weapons SIX years ago"

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1 hour ago, freeman said:

Could be the end of America and even the end of Americans as China has already tested their ability, willingness and plan to do. Then they just have to wait a month or two after the kill, send some of their peons in to clean up the corpses, and then come and move in.

China was preparing for a Third World War with biological weapons SIX years ago"

and Milley said he'd call if the US was gonna strike!  What a dumb ass and traitor.

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5 hours ago, freeman said:

 

And for a communication satellites'   war even before that . . .

 

On 11 January 2007, China conducted an anti-satellite missile test.

A China weather satellite—the FY-1C polar orbit satellite of the Fengyun series, at an altitude of 865 kilometres (537 mi)   . . .

 

It was the first known successful satellite intercept test since 1985, when the United States conducted an anti-satellite missile test using an ASM-135 ASAT to destroy the P78-1 satellite. The ASM-135 ASAT was released by a F-15 Eagle at altitude of 38,100 ft (11.6 km) while the F-15 was flying at Mach.934 and Solwind P78-1 satellite flying at an altitude of 345 miles (555 km)  . . .  

 

Notice the difference in altitude !

 

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/2007_Chinese_anti-satellite_missile_test

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1 hour ago, JinnMartini said:

 

And for a communication satellites'   war even before that . . .

 

On 11 January 2007, China conducted an anti-satellite missile test.

A China weather satellite—the FY-1C polar orbit satellite of the Fengyun series, at an altitude of 865 kilometres (537 mi)   . . .

 

It was the first known successful satellite intercept test since 1985, when the United States conducted an anti-satellite missile test using an ASM-135 ASAT to destroy the P78-1 satellite. The ASM-135 ASAT was released by a F-15 Eagle at altitude of 38,100 ft (11.6 km) while the F-15 was flying at Mach.934 and Solwind P78-1 satellite flying at an altitude of 345 miles (555 km)  . . .  

 

Notice the difference in altitude !

 

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/2007_Chinese_anti-satellite_missile_test

 

America - will cleanse itself of pussy Democrat National Socialists...

 

... and the world will know it.

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2 hours ago, Blue Devil said:

 

America - will cleanse itself of pussy Democrat National Socialists...

 

... and the world will know it.

 

The sooner  . . .  the better  . . . . 

 

The later  . . .   the worse !

 

Time is running out !

 

Action is required NOW !

 

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3 hours ago, JinnMartini said:

 

The sooner  . . .  the better  . . . . 

 

The later  . . .   the worse !

 

Time is running out !

 

Action is required NOW !

 

 

"One-in-a-Million"... in America, is still ~325 strong.

 

Call it a SpecOps Battalion.

 

How long would it take?

 

deck-of-cards-fbi.jpg

 

... that's all.

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1 minute ago, Blue Devil said:

 

"One-in-a-Million"... in America, is still ~325 strong.

 

Call is a SpecOps Battalion.

 

How long would it take?

 

deck-of-cards-fbi.jpg

 

... that's all.

You are consistently advocating domestic terrorism on here.

I am in touch with the authorities.

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4 minutes ago, slideman said:

You are consistently advocating domestic terrorism on here.

I am in touch with the authorities.


Good for you, Propaganda anus.

 

And You and your Democrat National Socialists have committed a Coup on this Constitutional Republic, and unleashed a Bio-terrorist weapon on We, the People, in support of it.

 

 

Who knows...

 

Jefferson... might have even started his tending w/ you.

 

Ha!

 

 

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1 minute ago, Blue Devil said:

 

Good for you, Propaganda anus.

 

Who knows...

 

Jefferson... might have even started w/ you.

 

Ha!

 

 

We will see how intimidated I feel when you get the knock at the door.

Jefferson is long dead but the FBI really exists.

Advocating domestic terrorism is a crime.

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1 minute ago, slideman said:

We will see how intimidated I feel when you get the knock at the door.

Jefferson is long dead but the FBI really exists.

Advocating domestic terrorism is a crime.

 

Sure, Propaganda anus.

 

Will let you know when they do.

 

What's the number to under your bed?

 

Ha!

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You like to talk about Jefferson; he was an interesting character.

Along with his talk of Liberty and equality he was a slave owner who raped at least one of his slaves.

A complex person- one you are not given to understand.

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We can be forgiven if we interrogate Jefferson posthumously about slavery. It is not judging him by today’s standards to do so. Many people of his own time, taking Jefferson at his word and seeing him as the embodiment of the country’s highest ideals, appealed to him. When he evaded and rationalized, his admirers were frustrated and mystified; it felt like praying to a stone. The Virginia abolitionist Moncure Conway, noting Jefferson’s enduring reputation as a would-be emancipator, remarked scornfully, “Never did a man achieve more fame for what he did not do.”

 

https://www.smithsonianmag.com/history/the-dark-side-of-thomas-jefferson-35976004/

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1 hour ago, slideman said:

I would note also that Jefferson seemed willing to water the tree of Liberty as long as the blood was not his own.

He famously did not go to war.

 

You even hate Thomas Jefferson.

 

Typical Communist Propaganda anus you are.

 

Who did he buy slaves from?

 

... in a time when Americans, British, and Dutch alike owned slaves, and had for Hundreds of years.

 

... bought from Black African Slavers who enslaved them.

 

Ha!

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