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    xXSpartanXx posted on Apr 25, 2009 10:29:42 PM - Report post
     
    Doesnt Germany use MIG-29? ive seem in the red october programs ive watch i dont kno if they us in combat or for just realistic training?
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    Enedis posted on Apr 26, 2009 2:18:15 PM - Report post
     
    i know they use tornados and such. and eurofighter in the future.

    but its prob for testing and practice as you said
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    Sbeeezyy-Jnr posted on May 06, 2009 1:10:49 PM - Report post
     
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    kaixseablue posted on May 20, 2009 10:27:56 AM - Report post
     
    the bottom line is that americans hate war? it is sometimes necessary when evil tries to take over?
    lol are you serious? to these people that were invaded by the U.S troops seems to them that we are the evil ones.

    the only reason why the united state has conflict around the world is because we want other people's natural resources. why do you think the U.S troops is in iraq right now. terrorist? more like oil,

    the U.S is run by capitalist not humanitarian, to them it's all good business, and oil just happens to be the best resource they can capitalize upon, not to mention they need it to fuel all these navy base around the world and massive hummers in Malibu,

    if the U.S government is so fond of fighting terrorist then how come they aren't focused on all the drug wars happening in mexico and south america right now.

    i do hope peace would come one day but not if the U.S government keeps up its military spending. and by the look of the way of the wetern economy. the U.S and it's western counterparts has reached their peaks.

    [Edited by kaixseablue, 5/20/2009 10:29:01 AM]

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    Enedis posted on May 20, 2009 5:20:25 PM - Report post
     
    Yes, oil production reached its peak a few years ago, it's all downhill from now on.

    why not fight drug wars? well isn't it nice if those central american countries were nice and docile and full of inner bickering when ur buying their resources for a nickel of its true worth?

    In that situation corruption is agreeable.
    A bit similar to the good old divide and rule strategy(inner strife favors the third party).


    [Edited by Enedis, 5/20/2009 5:20:44 PM]

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    kaixseablue posted on May 20, 2009 6:19:00 PM - Report post
     
    quote:
    originally posted by Enedis

    Yes, oil production reached its peak a few years ago, it's all downhill from now on.

    why not fight drug wars? well isn't it nice if those central american countries were nice and docile and full of inner bickering when ur buying their resources for a nickel of its true worth?

    In that situation corruption is agreeable.
    A bit similar to the good old divide and rule strategy(inner strife favors the third party).


    [Edited by Enedis, 5/20/2009 5:20:44 PM]

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    its sad to me that everyone around me thinks this is just another problem that time will eventually fix, i only stated the drug war in mexico as an follow up example on my believes as why the U.S government are capitalist rather than humanitarian.

    the old divide and rule has always been a favorable method for the Europeans and later on the Americans, too bad there isn't any land available to be carved up nowadays to rescue the deep hole we dug up for our self. since new territory equals new markets.

    and as always disagreement would always be placed upon the third party since they are always out gunned and out numbered by the big bullies(U.S and most European nations). this is a cruel cruel world and it'll get much crueler in the near future,

    and as of march 2009, china has exceeded the U.S in production, first time ever another country outranks the U.S since the 1880s. by the look of things china would be the center of the 21st century and Russia currently holds as the number 1 oil producer. it was fun while it last it wouldn't you say?

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    Enedis posted on May 21, 2009 5:44:46 AM - Report post
     
    quote:
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    quote:
    originally posted by Enedis

    Yes, oil production reached its peak a few years ago, it's all downhill from now on.

    why not fight drug wars? well isn't it nice if those central american countries were nice and docile and full of inner bickering when ur buying their resources for a nickel of its true worth?

    In that situation corruption is agreeable.
    A bit similar to the good old divide and rule strategy(inner strife favors the third party).


    [Edited by Enedis, 5/20/2009 5:20:44 PM]

    [Edited by Enedis, 5/20/2009 5:21:35 PM]

    its sad to me that everyone around me thinks this is just another problem that time will eventually fix, i only stated the drug war in mexico as an follow up example on my believes as why the U.S government are capitalist rather than humanitarian.

    the old divide and rule has always been a favorable method for the Europeans and later on the Americans, too bad there isn't any land available to be carved up nowadays to rescue the deep hole we dug up for our self. since new territory equals new markets.

    and as always disagreement would always be placed upon the third party since they are always out gunned and out numbered by the big bullies(U.S and most European nations). this is a cruel cruel world and it'll get much crueler in the near future,

    and as of march 2009, china has exceeded the U.S in production, first time ever another country outranks the U.S since the 1880s. by the look of things china would be the center of the 21st century and Russia currently holds as the number 1 oil producer. it was fun while it last it wouldn't you say?

    Well, you seems quite wellinformed on some matters and realistic when it comes to the current crisis.

    Russia is a country with a huge amount of natural resources. But their infrastructure and industry is inferior compared to most western countries and their stability and (if i would express my own opinion: Sanity) as a modern society is extremely crude it seems.

    China Produces more than anyone yes it's true. but they hardly consume it all.
    (Mostly that's YOU, the americans)

    And they need you and us (europeans) and other developed countries to buy all their junk. Let's see it itll be a market left for them to sell too. they have been awfully dependent on US so far.
    I would bet more on India.

    I wonder how far this depression will take us. it might not be over just yet. and my own country has a few resources up its sleeves(like the worlds largest uranium deposits). Sadly though not a military left to defend it anymore.

    Maybe there is new markets on the moon?

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    kaixseablue posted on May 21, 2009 12:41:10 PM - Report post
     
    haha yes thank you for noticing.

    yes it is true Russia at it's current stage is somewhat crude and unforgiving. however that will change over time as they're infrastructure will get better and that along will raise their level of humanity.

    China will never be out of production, as long as there is a demand there is a market. and demands for goods just happen to be the American way of life, always shopping and always buying, not to mention china has a bit over 2 trillion dollar in the U.S federal reserve whilst the U.S is in a 13 trillion dollar debt.

    this depression might start a revolution amount the Americans, since outrageous laws and poor decided protocols has been made in the past and we are here today to suffer the consequences.

    a market on the moon isn't as far fetched as many people makes out to be, NASA has been trying to set up an colony in space for decades, only now had they been able to close the gaps.
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