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It took them a while, but other analysts are getting where I was years ago. :)
- 2018-03-06T20:40:58+0000 - Updated: 2018-03-06T20:40:58+0000
It took them a while, but other analysts are getting where I was years ago. :)

How far can the Americans be pushed? | The Vineyard of the Saker

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- 2018-03-07T12:47:00+0000
Lol, this looks like someone has rewritten, word by word, your texts on the subject.
- 2018-03-07T13:02:10+0000
Btw, it seems that while Americans were bullying the rest of the world, the Russians have gained such advantage that even the American nuclear option might no longer be possible, at least against Russians..
- 2018-03-07T13:13:11+0000
+Ivica Ložić Well, the problem with nuclear option is that even the technologically superior side cannot be 100% sure the inferior side won't manage to hit them at least once. That's why the Americans fear the nuclear North Korea. Compared to them, DPRK is basically stuck at the level of development near the Korean war, but still, if they manage to pull something off, the level of damage would be unacceptable. I am sure the Russians live in the same kind of fear, that they will certainly miss something - a submarine, a stealth plane, a nuclear base, somewhere, and they will lose Moscow, St. Petersburg and Vladivostok. They can be sure they will inflict 10:1 damage, but that 1 is a bitch.
- 2018-03-08T18:35:01+0000
Also add this to the collection,
- 2018-03-09T08:00:26+0000
+Matija Papec The fact that Putin actually had to make blunt MAD statements is telling.
- 2018-03-09T12:35:50+0000 - Updated: 2018-03-09T12:36:16+0000
+Danijel Turina yes, I've immediately recalled your remark on how he'll push the button without blinking, and now that is more than obvious.




This is weird.<br>Apparently they got the thing into orbit but then they want...
- 2018-03-05T14:19:43+0000 - Updated: 2018-03-05T14:19:43+0000
This is weird.
Apparently they got the thing into orbit but then they want everybody to think it failed, but they don't want to confirm that it actually failed because that would be lying.
The only thing they would want to deny having there, that I can think of, is an orbital weapon.
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The Fukushima aftermath, although not as visible as the Chernobyl, seems to h...
- 2018-03-05T14:53:25+0000 - Updated: 2018-03-05T14:53:25+0000
The Fukushima aftermath, although not as visible as the Chernobyl, seems to have been as bad or even worse, since they've been dumping that shit into the Pacific for years.
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- 2018-03-05T12:55:05+0000 - Updated: 2018-03-05T12:55:05+0000
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I have a more reasonable explanation for the excess personnel on the list. Wh...
- 2018-03-03T18:25:52+0000 - Updated: 2018-03-03T18:25:52+0000
I have a more reasonable explanation for the excess personnel on the list. When the Soviets accepted the loss of the submarine, they added a dozen of their men lost on other secret spy missions that couldn't be publicly acknowledged to the crew list, thus making it possible for their families to be officially put on a compensation list for submariners killed in action, which allowed them a comfortable pension.
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Remember what I said about Russia having the advantage of several decades in ...
- 2018-03-01T16:55:40+0000 - Updated: 2018-03-01T16:55:40+0000
Remember what I said about Russia having the advantage of several decades in rocket propulsion and probably nuclear warhead design over America?
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- 2018-03-02T18:07:02+0000
Good, now let's see how are arrogant American's going to beat this.
- 2018-03-02T20:20:25+0000
+Ivica Ložić I think the biggest question is how Russians are going to respond to the stuff that's already out there. So far they have been extremely reserved. The question is, will that change. If it does, all hell is going to break loose. If it doesn't, the Americans are going to gradually escalate things to the point of full nuclear exchange, which is their main goal for the last several years, and this anti-Russian propaganda that's been going on is psychological preparation of their population for war. So, essentially, what's been going on is that Americans have been trying to create an excuse for war with Russia, and Russia has been playing a very careful game of avoiding that, while still not compromising their essential strategic interests. So far, neither side can be satisfied with the result; the Russians have been pushed back too far for their taste and they will have to do something about it, and the Americans are fuming because Putin was so damn smart and hard to provoke.
- 2018-03-03T15:31:53+0000
+Danijel Turina

We only lack Americans starting deploying midrange missiles with nuclear warheads in Western Europe and ... Doomsday, here we come!




Considering how easy it is to spike someone&#39;s food or drink with some sub...
- 2018-02-24T22:07:17+0000 - Updated: 2018-02-24T22:08:39+0000
Considering how easy it is to spike someone's food or drink with some substance, I would be very sceptical of all this. If someone's pre-Olympic results were clean, I would cast serious doubt on anything found during the Olympics, because the current political climate is such that CIA has all the motives to fuck with the Russians.

Russian bobsledder Sergeeva disqualified for doping, results at Olympics annulled CAS

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