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posted on 07/07/2006 12:05:02 PM PDT
Russia's just pissed that with the fall of the Iron Curtain all their "hot chicks" were exported here.
posted on 07/07/2006 12:15:25 PM PDT
by in hoc signo vinces
("Houston, TX...a waiting quagmire for jihadis. American gals are worth fighting for!")
I think this is good analysis, but have to say that at this point, I'm not sure what the benefit is of trying to remain friendly to Russia and not embarrass them. They certainly aren't supporting us with the North Korea issue and I hope a little "friendly" blackmail is going on and if they refuse to support us in that matter, all other bets are off the table.
posted on 07/07/2006 4:37:41 PM PDT
(Iraq/AlQaeda relationship http://markeichenlaub.blogspot.com/2006/06/strategic-relationship-between.)
A lot of this is rehash we had waded through a few months back when Joseph start posting the translations, such as the one on the Russian agents being in the capital as those glories Abram tanks rolled in, the partial US war plans for the invasion, where they Russians lead them to believe that a main thrust would come in from Jordan border, etc..
Bottom line as most of FR now understand, the Iraqi and Russians had a tight military/diplomatic relationship for a long time. It would be ludicrouse to think they where not going to help the butcher prior to the invasion.
Some fifty four Russians transports flying out of Saddam International and many bases just prior to the invasion, and all the truck convoys into Syria just will not go away.
And screw the frigen Russians. They have not been our friends since 1917. I dare have someone prove otherwise. Uncle Joe thought FDR was simply a usefull idiot.
posted on 07/07/2006 7:56:09 PM PDT
(Honor must be earned)
Thanks for the ping. BTTT
posted on 07/07/2006 9:31:33 PM PDT
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