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Swagnarok
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2/15/2017 4:49:21 AM
Posted: 3 years ago
1776: American Revolution
1783: U.S. independence is recognized
1789: The French peasantry, inspired by the American Revolution, start the French Revolution. This eventually leads to Napoleon taking power in France, and the Napoleonic Wars begin.
1805: Battle of Austerlitz. Napoleon defeats the Holy Roman Empire, and that grand 1000-year old kingdom is abolished by a bunch of tiny, squabbling, pathetic, ethnic German kingdoms.
Post-Congress of Vienna Europe: Nationalism, inspired by the French Revolution and Napoleon, becomes a very potent political force in Europe, signified by the Revolutions of 1848.
1854: Commodore Matthew Perry, an American, forces Japan to sign the Treaty of Kanagawa, forcing it to open itself to the West. This sets off a chain of events that lead to the Meiji Restoration, under which Japan becomes modern. This island nation eventually becomes strong enough to challenge the U.S. during WWII.
1860s: The German nationalists get tired of not being a unified country and unite the country under the banner of the German Empire.
1905: Japan kicks Russia's butt in the Russo-Japanese War.
1860s-1914: The German Empire grows economically, technologically, and militarily at a very rapid pace, making the British Empire feeling threatened.
1914-1918: The British and the Germans go to war.
1917: Because of WW1, and the general trend of humiliation that the country had faced starting with the Russo-Japanese War, the Russian people overthrow the monarchy. This leads to the establishment of the U.S.S.R. In this same year, the U.S. enters the war on the Allied side, allowing them to win the war.
Interwar Years: Germany's forced to sign the treaty of Versailles, which would not have happened if neither side was able to win the war. The Stalinist Purges and the Holodomor take place.
1933: Hitler takes power in Germany.
1937: Japan treats China like crap and genocides its people in the Second Sino-Japanese War (did I forget to mention there was a first?).
1939-1945: WWII. 60 million people die. The Holocaust occurs.
1949: Chinese Communist Party takes power. This might not have happened had it not been for the Sino-Japanese wars, the rise of the Soviet Union, or the development of Marxist ideology in the first place (at least the revolutionary aspects of Marxist thought were probably inspired by the American and French Revolutions)
1945-1991: Cold War. Korean War. Crazy North Korean dictatorship takes power, and its current leadership is developing nuclear weapons. Vietnam War.
1970s: The U.S. leadership decides that trading with China and making their satanic regime strong enough to eventually challenge us is a good idea.
1991: Soviet Union collapses.
1999: Rise of Russian president President Vladimir Putin, whose regime has inherited a yuuge conventional and nuclear arsenal from the Soviets.
2017: North Korea, Russia, and China are all threatening the stable international order.

Thanks George Washington.
Rest in Peace DDO (2007-2018)
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2/15/2017 8:28:05 PM
Posted: 3 years ago
At 2/15/2017 4:49:21 AM, Swagnarok wrote:
1776: American Revolution
1783: U.S. independence is recognized
1789: The French peasantry, inspired by the American Revolution, start the French Revolution. This eventually leads to Napoleon taking power in France, and the Napoleonic Wars begin.
1805: Battle of Austerlitz. Napoleon defeats the Holy Roman Empire, and that grand 1000-year old kingdom is abolished by a bunch of tiny, squabbling, pathetic, ethnic German kingdoms.
Post-Congress of Vienna Europe: Nationalism, inspired by the French Revolution and Napoleon, becomes a very potent political force in Europe, signified by the Revolutions of 1848.
1854: Commodore Matthew Perry, an American, forces Japan to sign the Treaty of Kanagawa, forcing it to open itself to the West. This sets off a chain of events that lead to the Meiji Restoration, under which Japan becomes modern. This island nation eventually becomes strong enough to challenge the U.S. during WWII.
1860s: The German nationalists get tired of not being a unified country and unite the country under the banner of the German Empire.
1905: Japan kicks Russia's butt in the Russo-Japanese War.
1860s-1914: The German Empire grows economically, technologically, and militarily at a very rapid pace, making the British Empire feeling threatened.
1914-1918: The British and the Germans go to war.
1917: Because of WW1, and the general trend of humiliation that the country had faced starting with the Russo-Japanese War, the Russian people overthrow the monarchy. This leads to the establishment of the U.S.S.R. In this same year, the U.S. enters the war on the Allied side, allowing them to win the war.
Interwar Years: Germany's forced to sign the treaty of Versailles, which would not have happened if neither side was able to win the war. The Stalinist Purges and the Holodomor take place.
1933: Hitler takes power in Germany.
1937: Japan treats China like crap and genocides its people in the Second Sino-Japanese War (did I forget to mention there was a first?).
1939-1945: WWII. 60 million people die. The Holocaust occurs.
1949: Chinese Communist Party takes power. This might not have happened had it not been for the Sino-Japanese wars, the rise of the Soviet Union, or the development of Marxist ideology in the first place (at least the revolutionary aspects of Marxist thought were probably inspired by the American and French Revolutions)
1945-1991: Cold War. Korean War. Crazy North Korean dictatorship takes power, and its current leadership is developing nuclear weapons. Vietnam War.
1970s: The U.S. leadership decides that trading with China and making their satanic regime strong enough to eventually challenge us is a good idea.
1991: Soviet Union collapses.
1999: Rise of Russian president President Vladimir Putin, whose regime has inherited a yuuge conventional and nuclear arsenal from the Soviets.
2017: North Korea, Russia, and China are all threatening the stable international order.

Thanks George Washington.

That's a great history lesson, so how did the US and George Washington screw the entire world 300 years ago?? I don't get it
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2/15/2017 9:43:37 PM
Posted: 3 years ago
At 2/15/2017 8:28:05 PM, FanboyMctroll wrote:
At 2/15/2017 4:49:21 AM, Swagnarok wrote:
1776: American Revolution
1783: U.S. independence is recognized
1789: The French peasantry, inspired by the American Revolution, start the French Revolution. This eventually leads to Napoleon taking power in France, and the Napoleonic Wars begin.
1805: Battle of Austerlitz. Napoleon defeats the Holy Roman Empire, and that grand 1000-year old kingdom is abolished by a bunch of tiny, squabbling, pathetic, ethnic German kingdoms.
Post-Congress of Vienna Europe: Nationalism, inspired by the French Revolution and Napoleon, becomes a very potent political force in Europe, signified by the Revolutions of 1848.
1854: Commodore Matthew Perry, an American, forces Japan to sign the Treaty of Kanagawa, forcing it to open itself to the West. This sets off a chain of events that lead to the Meiji Restoration, under which Japan becomes modern. This island nation eventually becomes strong enough to challenge the U.S. during WWII.
1860s: The German nationalists get tired of not being a unified country and unite the country under the banner of the German Empire.
1905: Japan kicks Russia's butt in the Russo-Japanese War.
1860s-1914: The German Empire grows economically, technologically, and militarily at a very rapid pace, making the British Empire feeling threatened.
1914-1918: The British and the Germans go to war.
1917: Because of WW1, and the general trend of humiliation that the country had faced starting with the Russo-Japanese War, the Russian people overthrow the monarchy. This leads to the establishment of the U.S.S.R. In this same year, the U.S. enters the war on the Allied side, allowing them to win the war.
Interwar Years: Germany's forced to sign the treaty of Versailles, which would not have happened if neither side was able to win the war. The Stalinist Purges and the Holodomor take place.
1933: Hitler takes power in Germany.
1937: Japan treats China like crap and genocides its people in the Second Sino-Japanese War (did I forget to mention there was a first?).
1939-1945: WWII. 60 million people die. The Holocaust occurs.
1949: Chinese Communist Party takes power. This might not have happened had it not been for the Sino-Japanese wars, the rise of the Soviet Union, or the development of Marxist ideology in the first place (at least the revolutionary aspects of Marxist thought were probably inspired by the American and French Revolutions)
1945-1991: Cold War. Korean War. Crazy North Korean dictatorship takes power, and its current leadership is developing nuclear weapons. Vietnam War.
1970s: The U.S. leadership decides that trading with China and making their satanic regime strong enough to eventually challenge us is a good idea.
1991: Soviet Union collapses.
1999: Rise of Russian president President Vladimir Putin, whose regime has inherited a yuuge conventional and nuclear arsenal from the Soviets.
2017: North Korea, Russia, and China are all threatening the stable international order.

Thanks George Washington.

That's a great history lesson, so how did the US and George Washington screw the entire world 300 years ago?? I don't get it

Because we inspired the French Revolution and opened up Japan, which led to everything from WWII to the Cold War to our modern issues with Russia, China, and North Korea.
Rest in Peace DDO (2007-2018)
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2/17/2017 2:49:17 PM
Posted: 3 years ago
You forgot to mention Roosevelt allowing Britain to bankrupt itself before the U.S. joined the European war. It was that that caused the fall of the British Empire.
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2/23/2017 9:59:27 PM
Posted: 3 years ago
At 2/15/2017 9:43:37 PM, Swagnarok wrote:
At 2/15/2017 8:28:05 PM, FanboyMctroll wrote:
At 2/15/2017 4:49:21 AM, Swagnarok wrote:
1776: American Revolution
1783: U.S. independence is recognized
1789: The French peasantry, inspired by the American Revolution, start the French Revolution. This eventually leads to Napoleon taking power in France, and the Napoleonic Wars begin.
1805: Battle of Austerlitz. Napoleon defeats the Holy Roman Empire, and that grand 1000-year old kingdom is abolished by a bunch of tiny, squabbling, pathetic, ethnic German kingdoms.
Post-Congress of Vienna Europe: Nationalism, inspired by the French Revolution and Napoleon, becomes a very potent political force in Europe, signified by the Revolutions of 1848.
1854: Commodore Matthew Perry, an American, forces Japan to sign the Treaty of Kanagawa, forcing it to open itself to the West. This sets off a chain of events that lead to the Meiji Restoration, under which Japan becomes modern. This island nation eventually becomes strong enough to challenge the U.S. during WWII.
1860s: The German nationalists get tired of not being a unified country and unite the country under the banner of the German Empire.
1905: Japan kicks Russia's butt in the Russo-Japanese War.
1860s-1914: The German Empire grows economically, technologically, and militarily at a very rapid pace, making the British Empire feeling threatened.
1914-1918: The British and the Germans go to war.
1917: Because of WW1, and the general trend of humiliation that the country had faced starting with the Russo-Japanese War, the Russian people overthrow the monarchy. This leads to the establishment of the U.S.S.R. In this same year, the U.S. enters the war on the Allied side, allowing them to win the war.
Interwar Years: Germany's forced to sign the treaty of Versailles, which would not have happened if neither side was able to win the war. The Stalinist Purges and the Holodomor take place.
1933: Hitler takes power in Germany.
1937: Japan treats China like crap and genocides its people in the Second Sino-Japanese War (did I forget to mention there was a first?).
1939-1945: WWII. 60 million people die. The Holocaust occurs.
1949: Chinese Communist Party takes power. This might not have happened had it not been for the Sino-Japanese wars, the rise of the Soviet Union, or the development of Marxist ideology in the first place (at least the revolutionary aspects of Marxist thought were probably inspired by the American and French Revolutions)
1945-1991: Cold War. Korean War. Crazy North Korean dictatorship takes power, and its current leadership is developing nuclear weapons. Vietnam War.
1970s: The U.S. leadership decides that trading with China and making their satanic regime strong enough to eventually challenge us is a good idea.
1991: Soviet Union collapses.
1999: Rise of Russian president President Vladimir Putin, whose regime has inherited a yuuge conventional and nuclear arsenal from the Soviets.
2017: North Korea, Russia, and China are all threatening the stable international order.

Thanks George Washington.

That's a great history lesson, so how did the US and George Washington screw the entire world 300 years ago?? I don't get it

Because we inspired the French Revolution and opened up Japan, which led to everything from WWII to the Cold War to our modern issues with Russia, China, and North Korea.

Can't we just blame it on the french? Lets do that, or Japan. If it wasn't for Japan, we would not have entered WWII, the Ruskies would have won, and the cold war would be avoided because I said so, thus communism, and its trifles with the US would have been far more peaceful in the Glory of a far greater USSR, as the power house of the world that everyone blames. Yeah, lets blame Japan.
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2/23/2017 11:16:18 PM
Posted: 3 years ago
Leftist. Your masters have taught you to focus on any mistake of America, but forget about the real evil in the world....leftism.
It would be like me going on and on about how my wife walks really loudly when I'm napping, or how she puts the spoons on the left side instead of the right. Meantime, a woman down the street kills her kids yet I say nothing about it. That's who you are my friend.
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4/10/2017 1:49:27 PM
Posted: 3 years ago
At 2/15/2017 4:49:21 AM, Swagnarok wrote:
1776: American Revolution
1783: U.S. independence is recognized
1789: The French peasantry, inspired by the American Revolution, start the French Revolution. This eventually leads to Napoleon taking power in France, and the Napoleonic Wars begin.
1805: Battle of Austerlitz. Napoleon defeats the Holy Roman Empire, and that grand 1000-year old kingdom is abolished by a bunch of tiny, squabbling, pathetic, ethnic German kingdoms.
Post-Congress of Vienna Europe: Nationalism, inspired by the French Revolution and Napoleon, becomes a very potent political force in Europe, signified by the Revolutions of 1848.
1854: Commodore Matthew Perry, an American, forces Japan to sign the Treaty of Kanagawa, forcing it to open itself to the West. This sets off a chain of events that lead to the Meiji Restoration, under which Japan becomes modern. This island nation eventually becomes strong enough to challenge the U.S. during WWII.
1860s: The German nationalists get tired of not being a unified country and unite the country under the banner of the German Empire.
1905: Japan kicks Russia's butt in the Russo-Japanese War.
1860s-1914: The German Empire grows economically, technologically, and militarily at a very rapid pace, making the British Empire feeling threatened.
1914-1918: The British and the Germans go to war.
1917: Because of WW1, and the general trend of humiliation that the country had faced starting with the Russo-Japanese War, the Russian people overthrow the monarchy. This leads to the establishment of the U.S.S.R. In this same year, the U.S. enters the war on the Allied side, allowing them to win the war.
Interwar Years: Germany's forced to sign the treaty of Versailles, which would not have happened if neither side was able to win the war. The Stalinist Purges and the Holodomor take place.
1933: Hitler takes power in Germany.
1937: Japan treats China like crap and genocides its people in the Second Sino-Japanese War (did I forget to mention there was a first?).
1939-1945: WWII. 60 million people die. The Holocaust occurs.
1949: Chinese Communist Party takes power. This might not have happened had it not been for the Sino-Japanese wars, the rise of the Soviet Union, or the development of Marxist ideology in the first place (at least the revolutionary aspects of Marxist thought were probably inspired by the American and French Revolutions)
1945-1991: Cold War. Korean War. Crazy North Korean dictatorship takes power, and its current leadership is developing nuclear weapons. Vietnam War.
1970s: The U.S. leadership decides that trading with China and making their satanic regime strong enough to eventually challenge us is a good idea.
1991: Soviet Union collapses.
1999: Rise of Russian president President Vladimir Putin, whose regime has inherited a yuuge conventional and nuclear arsenal from the Soviets.
2017: North Korea, Russia, and China are all threatening the stable international order.

Thanks George Washington.

How about we blame Putin, Jong-Un, and the China guy, you know, the ones who are actually responsible?
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4/15/2017 12:05:58 AM
Posted: 3 years ago
You are pinpointing what point in the long history of the world gets to be subject to blame. You say the US is to blame because it opened Japan and led to the French Revolution. But why isn't the British to blame for refusing representation? Why isn't Germany to blame because it's ancestors created the medieval English Kingdoms which in turn created the Colonies?

Better yet, why aren't France and Japan responsible for France and Japan?
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4/24/2017 3:47:17 AM
Posted: 3 years ago
At 2/15/2017 4:49:21 AM, Swagnarok wrote:
1776: American Revolution
1783: U.S. independence is recognized
1789: The French peasantry, inspired by the American Revolution, start the French Revolution. This eventually leads to Napoleon taking power in France, and the Napoleonic Wars begin.
1805: Battle of Austerlitz. Napoleon defeats the Holy Roman Empire, and that grand 1000-year old kingdom is abolished by a bunch of tiny, squabbling, pathetic, ethnic German kingdoms.
Post-Congress of Vienna Europe: Nationalism, inspired by the French Revolution and Napoleon, becomes a very potent political force in Europe, signified by the Revolutions of 1848.
1854: Commodore Matthew Perry, an American, forces Japan to sign the Treaty of Kanagawa, forcing it to open itself to the West. This sets off a chain of events that lead to the Meiji Restoration, under which Japan becomes modern. This island nation eventually becomes strong enough to challenge the U.S. during WWII.
1860s: The German nationalists get tired of not being a unified country and unite the country under the banner of the German Empire.
1905: Japan kicks Russia's butt in the Russo-Japanese War.
1860s-1914: The German Empire grows economically, technologically, and militarily at a very rapid pace, making the British Empire feeling threatened.
1914-1918: The British and the Germans go to war.
1917: Because of WW1, and the general trend of humiliation that the country had faced starting with the Russo-Japanese War, the Russian people overthrow the monarchy. This leads to the establishment of the U.S.S.R. In this same year, the U.S. enters the war on the Allied side, allowing them to win the war.
Interwar Years: Germany's forced to sign the treaty of Versailles, which would not have happened if neither side was able to win the war. The Stalinist Purges and the Holodomor take place.
1933: Hitler takes power in Germany.
1937: Japan treats China like crap and genocides its people in the Second Sino-Japanese War (did I forget to mention there was a first?).
1939-1945: WWII. 60 million people die. The Holocaust occurs.
1949: Chinese Communist Party takes power. This might not have happened had it not been for the Sino-Japanese wars, the rise of the Soviet Union, or the development of Marxist ideology in the first place (at least the revolutionary aspects of Marxist thought were probably inspired by the American and French Revolutions)
1945-1991: Cold War. Korean War. Crazy North Korean dictatorship takes power, and its current leadership is developing nuclear weapons. Vietnam War.
1970s: The U.S. leadership decides that trading with China and making their satanic regime strong enough to eventually challenge us is a good idea.
1991: Soviet Union collapses.
1999: Rise of Russian president President Vladimir Putin, whose regime has inherited a yuuge conventional and nuclear arsenal from the Soviets.
2017: North Korea, Russia, and China are all threatening the stable international order.

Thanks George Washington.

This is hilarious. The world would be better off in amany ways without those Yanks.
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5/25/2017 11:46:29 PM
Posted: 3 years ago
At 2/15/2017 4:49:21 AM, Swagnarok wrote:
1776: American Revolution
1783: U.S. independence is recognized
1789: The French peasantry, inspired by the American Revolution, start the French Revolution. This eventually leads to Napoleon taking power in France, and the Napoleonic Wars begin.
1805: Battle of Austerlitz. Napoleon defeats the Holy Roman Empire, and that grand 1000-year old kingdom is abolished by a bunch of tiny, squabbling, pathetic, ethnic German kingdoms.
Post-Congress of Vienna Europe: Nationalism, inspired by the French Revolution and Napoleon, becomes a very potent political force in Europe, signified by the Revolutions of 1848.
1854: Commodore Matthew Perry, an American, forces Japan to sign the Treaty of Kanagawa, forcing it to open itself to the West. This sets off a chain of events that lead to the Meiji Restoration, under which Japan becomes modern. This island nation eventually becomes strong enough to challenge the U.S. during WWII.
1860s: The German nationalists get tired of not being a unified country and unite the country under the banner of the German Empire.
1905: Japan kicks Russia's butt in the Russo-Japanese War.
1860s-1914: The German Empire grows economically, technologically, and militarily at a very rapid pace, making the British Empire feeling threatened.
1914-1918: The British and the Germans go to war.
1917: Because of WW1, and the general trend of humiliation that the country had faced starting with the Russo-Japanese War, the Russian people overthrow the monarchy. This leads to the establishment of the U.S.S.R. In this same year, the U.S. enters the war on the Allied side, allowing them to win the war.
Interwar Years: Germany's forced to sign the treaty of Versailles, which would not have happened if neither side was able to win the war. The Stalinist Purges and the Holodomor take place.
1933: Hitler takes power in Germany.
1937: Japan treats China like crap and genocides its people in the Second Sino-Japanese War (did I forget to mention there was a first?).
1939-1945: WWII. 60 million people die. The Holocaust occurs.
1949: Chinese Communist Party takes power. This might not have happened had it not been for the Sino-Japanese wars, the rise of the Soviet Union, or the development of Marxist ideology in the first place (at least the revolutionary aspects of Marxist thought were probably inspired by the American and French Revolutions)
1945-1991: Cold War. Korean War. Crazy North Korean dictatorship takes power, and its current leadership is developing nuclear weapons. Vietnam War.
1970s: The U.S. leadership decides that trading with China and making their satanic regime strong enough to eventually challenge us is a good idea.
1991: Soviet Union collapses.
1999: Rise of Russian president President Vladimir Putin, whose regime has inherited a yuuge conventional and nuclear arsenal from the Soviets.
2017: North Korea, Russia, and China are all threatening the stable international order.

Thanks George Washington.
If we REALLY want to point fingers, none of this would have happened without humans, so blame evolution.
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6/2/2017 11:22:03 PM
Posted: 3 years ago
A lot of facts here, but you missed the reality of the whole situation. It's not what you think. You're talking about empire building in which you build your empire and win, or someone else builds their empire and wins. In a nutshell, you can be the winning empire and rule, or you can be the losing empire and be ruled. Personally, I think an empire built under Democracy and the rule of the law is the best empire, though not the perfect empire.
The drive of the U.S. empire might have not been so extensive if it weren't for the threat of Communism. Who knows where the world would be today if Communism was never tried by Russia, China, and other nations. It might be a more peaceful place with a tenth of the genocides and murders that we saw in the 20th century.
Japan's try at empire wasn't directly the fault of the U.S.A. Japan's drive for empire had to do with their murderous history with China. Japan wanted room and military bases in order to conquer China. They tried to stretch themselves out. Despite what popular culture tells you, Japan didn't want to conquer America. There goal was to control the Pacific in order to gain power so that they could keep China at bay, and isolate them, perhaps destroying them. If you understood what the Chinese had done to the Japanese people for many years you'd understand why they tried to do what they did.
Unfortunately, they messed with the bald eagle.
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6/2/2017 11:35:25 PM
Posted: 3 years ago
The Russians didn't embrace Communism. It was forced on them by a Communist overthrow of the government. The people didn't embrace Communism, it was forced on them. This had nothing to do with the Japanese conflict and war. The Bolshevik Revolution was a response of the Jews who had been oppressed by Russians for centuries. Indeed, 90% of the Bolsheviks were Jews who used Communism as a psychological weapon to take over Russia, and then defeat them. They had no idea that it would evolve into the barbaric, murderous thing that it did. In the end, Communism was turned against the Jews who started the whole thing.
In response, the Germans saw the Jewish Communists as the biggest threat to their security in Germanic history. This is where the genocide started. The Germans saw what Stalin did in Russia and they were quaking in their boots. They lashed out, hunting down Jewish and Polish Communists wherever they found them. This is why 7 million Jews were murdered, 9 million Poles were murdered, and 15 million Russians were murdered. Notice how very few French people were murdered. They left this out of the history books, the fact that Germany was on a one way train track to murder Communists. In the end the Communists won and then went on a six year rape spree in German lands.
I try to be patient but it pains me when historians leave the truth out. I don't support what Germany did. They could have arrested the leaders of the Communist movement and then punished the low level Communists without violence. There are ways to do that. But I understand their fear. They were in economic straits, all alone on the frontier of Eastern Europe with no allies. The Communists were butchering and raping in the tens of millions, and imprisoning 20-30 million more. It would be a scary time. If it were happening here in America you would also go to some extreme measures. Fear can drive people to do some crazy things.
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6/2/2017 11:50:58 PM
Posted: 3 years ago
All these nations didn't embrace Communism because of wars, rumors of wars, and loss of wars. Communism is done by force, not by vote. The people overthrew nothing. You must understand that Communism is a cult, one of the most violent cult's in human history. Communism only needs 5-10% of the population to embrace Marx in order to overthrow a government, and then take over the cities by force and murder.
It wasn't the USA that weakened Asia and European nations resolve to stand against Communism. What made Communism so strong was the invention of printing presses, radios and TV's. Communism works through psychological subversion. It uses brainwashing tactics, threats, and lies to dumb the masses down so that when they march into the cities, the people are confused and scared. The undermining of their city actually started five years previously when the Communists sent their robots into the city to silently take over the police, the businesses, and schools. They then use the newspapers, radios, and TV to divide everyone so that your enemies become your own wife, kids, or neighbors. The 90% of average working man doesn't even know why this is happening. He looks back to when things were so good five years previously, but he can't understand why they've turned so bad now. This is what brainwashing does. He sure knows it when the Red Army marches in and kills everyone.

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