Knuckle wrote: ...
You show me where I use misinformation and I will gladly retract and apologize. I know that you would prefer thinking our western governments have only committed defensive gestures throughout this dilemma but that would be a gross lie. These new sanctions against Russia after they withdrew their so-called volunteers blatantly portrays us as the aggressor and forewarns this is not over yet! And there is much more European dissension over these actions as they are so much closer to this conflict. Articles such as this seem to be published more easily abroad, yet even this article mentions censorship occurring in Holland too. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9qfmqZvF3GI
Many of our search engines seems to filter much of this content from reaching North America. From what I've figured so far, Google and Bing seem to place their priority placing at the far back so most viewers will tire out before discovering them. YouTube doesn't work on those same principles of search parameters as they seem to just block certain links instead. This aspect can be seen by just noting how many of the previous videos I linked here are now unavailable. This denotes censorship, no matter how you paint it.
It appears that our governments use the same tactics as used when dismissing all the holes found in the events leading to and after 9/11. By simply ignoring the 1,700 plus architectural engineers who petitioned to reopen the investigation, major questions go unanswered by proclaiming them "conspiracy theorists". Hard to argue with logic like that as it denotes a child standing with their fingers in their ears going "LA LA LA LA LA LA LA LA LA " .
I have presented too many facts that you obviously don't challenge as you haven't the answers either. Instead your approach is to find and target minor details and thus avoid the many points I present regarding EU's and now NATO's actions to further escalate this situation. We could especially go over all the initial events at the start of this conflict, as there were so many at the onset that it captured my attention as another potential 9/11 type event. I was better prepared for media misinformation this time round and decided then to challenge and expose these media tactics so others might ask questions too.
Maybe the majority of the people do prefer to live in a bubble...hard to tell as most also proclaim their having been awake during the whole event too. So then ask yourself, which do you prefer....the red pill or the blue one?
Thank you, knuckle.
Harper's antics (yes, I voted for him) are embarrassing at an international level. His foreign policy puts him as a lap dog for US foreign policy "Bomb them a little; lets see what happens!" .
Harper is after two things: access to new LPG markets IF the Russian supply is "unreliable", and a seat at the UN Security Council.
To any that doubt that the US and its NATO puppets are the "bad guy", just take an objective look at who the aggressor is in this conflict. Study some international law to determine IF a minority group has "rights" to self-determination. Before vilifying Putin, ask yourself "How many 'advisors' has the American govt put into foreign countries, and how does the American govt support regime change"?
I am not a fan of Russians as my family is a product of post-WW2 genocide attempts by the Soviet Union. But modern Russia IS NOT the Soviet Union of the mid twentieth century.
My best advice on foreign policy issues; read a lot of news sources, distrust them all to some extent, and then formulate your own researched opinion.