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comment What is the historicity of the film “Revolution.com - USA: The Conquest of the East”?
@Felix Goldberg I think the message does not change much.
Jan
8
comment Was there a noble cause to Genghis Khan's campaign?
You missed to mention that the massacred envoys demanded surrender. That is why they were massacred. Nobody will massacre people who suggested a trade improvement.
Jan
8
comment How significant was the US military role during the NATO campaign in Libya?
@Felix Goldberg A Russian version: youtube.com/watch?v=O3QxDgft148
Jan
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comment How significant was the US military role during the NATO campaign in Libya?
@Felix Goldberg watch a film "Revolution.com - USA: The Conquest of the East". They show the mechanics of how they do revolutions in Georgia, Ukraine, Kyrgyzstan and how they did so in Serbia and plan in Belarus. They even write a shedule for revolutions on the blackboard with the names of the countries.
Jan
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comment How significant was the US military role during the NATO campaign in Libya?
@Lohoris a follow-up: globalresearch.ca/…
Jan
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comment Is there any country where the founder of the nation is no longer respected?
@default locale Yeltsin created new independent state. Hitler did not create a new state. If the leaders of independence movements are not counted, then who is counted?
Jan
7
comment Why is Thailand considered an Axis power in WWII?
many countries were dictatorships at the time. For example, I never heard even of Finland being callar "fascist". Similarly, Japan and Kuomintang China.
Jan
7
comment Why is Thailand considered an Axis power in WWII?
What are the grounds to call it "fascist"?
Jan
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comment Is the USA Congress explicitly patterned after the British Parliament?
@Hermann Ingjaldsson in what Greek cities the system was similar?
Jan
6
answered Why didn't the silk road run north of the Black Sea?
Jan
6
answered Is the USA Congress explicitly patterned after the British Parliament?
Jan
5
comment Why is Thailand considered an Axis power in WWII?
By the way, it seems that the declarations of war were void because the king's regent Pridi Banomyong refused to sign them. The queen consort Rambai Barni lived in Britain and headed the resistance movement.
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Jan
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comment Why is Thailand considered an Axis power in WWII?
but weren't they completely occupied unlike Vichy?
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comment Why is Thailand considered an Axis power in WWII?
Was not Thailand already occupied by the Japanese at the time? That is the government was a puppet one (possibly like in Denmark, China etc).