imposing restrictions on EU and US imports and investment access. "Reciprocity" does not actually punish these sick
fucks and their never ending quest to exterminate Russia and Russians.
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In response too, Russia should start doing the same shit to US territories. Would be great.
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miketheterrible wrote:US knows it has no authority nor ability to patrol the arctic.
So who cares.
I agree, don't help them if they get stuck. Let them starve it out till US begs Russia for assistance.
But other than that, the moral of the story is for Russia - if they want the territory that they say is theirs, they better be ready to defend it at all costs. That goes for everyone and every country.
Also, there is no freedom of navigation in Russian territorial waters or in any nations waters. In other words, US is claiming it isn't their (russia's) territory. So in other words, Russia just needs to state "yes it is, and we have bases here. Care to interfere in our waters, and you will be sunk". US at that point will just cry and thats it.
Russia needs to build more SSK's to counter the US.
GarryB wrote:In response too, Russia should start doing the same shit to US territories. Would be great.
I think they should increase their responses but I don't think they should act like the west.
For instance if the UK kicks 50 Russian diplomats out of the UK because the UK claimed Russia used poisons on its soil to try to kill people.... without any evidence or proof... then I think Russia should kick 100 UK diplomats out of Russia in response... it is perfectly measured and balanced because they didn't try to kill anyone so the real problem is the UK kicking out Russian diplomats for no reasons.
UK diplomats will mostly be spies anyway so kicking them off Russian territory is a good thing...
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calripson wrote:The British were the original proponents of the Great Game as they saw Imperial Russia as a threat to their crown jewel colonial possession of India. Even the caricature of the "Russia Bear" comes from them. They were behind the Crimea War and supplied Japan with advanced naval technology before 1905. In addition, they of course have always viewed Russians as semi-Asiatic barbarians of an oddly capable and therefore dangerous variety. Useful as cannon fodder when they had a more immediate threat like Napoleon or Hitler. Even during the 1990's it was London and London based bankers who financed and supported the looting of Russia with its dire demographic effects. No accident that Berezovsky and Gusinsky fled to the warm embrace of the City of London after fleeing Russia nor that anti-Russian media went into overdrive at that point throughout the Western world. Khodorkovsky even tried a last minute Hail Mary pass to hand off his shares in Yukos to a trust controlled by non-other than Lord Rothschild. (Perhaps Soros was unavailable at the time to act as his customary intermediary?)
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