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German Chancellor Olaf Schulz's decision to more than double the funding for his country's military has caught not only Europeans, but also Germans by surprise. The country's reckoning with its own history has, for decades, prevented it from...
Russian soldiers, pressing forward with their invasion of Ukraine, have been accused of raping women, by a resident of the occupied city of Kherson and by Ukraine's foreign minister
Kherson resident Svetlana Zorina, speaking to CNN on Friday, highlighted the fear the local people feel now that...
ALL COUNTRIES OF THE WORLD just voted on this war at the UN
TEAM RUSSIA: The 5 countries who voted against condemning Russia's invasion of Ukraine included Russia, Belarus, Eritrea, North Korea, and Syria.
TEAM NATO bytches (they...
Wealthy Russians who parked money in Florida's 'Little Moscow' worry they'll be blacklisted from buying luxury real estate
Sunny Isles, Florida, is known as "Little Moscow" because of the many Russian elites who live there.
They're worried sanctions could prevent them from buying real estate...
Are most American civilians prepared for Guerrilla warfare like the kids were in Red Dawn?
America has more guns than any other nation in the world – and that number continues to grow each year. After fighting for their independence, the founding fathers enshrined Americans’ right to firearms...
I'm hearing the news talking about "fierce battles", "heavy battles", "violent confrontations", etc.
But I ain't seeing no footage. :dahell:
I'm just seeing images of tanks, helicopters, and soldiers running around.
Sarajevo, Freetown, Grozny or Fallujah were violent battles and you could see...
Literally the oldest one was Mohamed Atta and he was 33. A few were in their late 20s but the bulk were young nikkas. The definition of crash test dummies. Imagine dying for a millionaire who's been chilling in a mansion in Pakistan:picard:
Looking at everything going on and how much visibility the police issues now have, I was reminded of two books who tackled inequality, one on a global scale and the other in Afro-American history. The first,
is by Walter Scheidel, a history professor at Stanford. I haven't read it though it...
So ive been mulling through the weird sht this week. No solution for corona. Govts under pressure from citizens. Oil price has dropped astronomically, while many congressmen and billionaires have huge stakes in oil. And to top it off, NK supremeLeader might be facing a succession issue...
one of the Most touching songs i've heard in the past year.
a breh almost shed a tear.
soul stirring lyrics.
spirit shaking choir harmonies.
to survive then thrive out of those trenches.
praise the most high.