Unlike having sex behind a dumpster a block from the club because you’re both so hot, invasions take some planning. Trust me on this I am American. Do you remember in 2004 when a top White House aide, former Treasury Secretary Paul O’Neill said that the Bush administration (sounds like this would be on the resumee of someone at a brazilian Bikini Waxing place) began planning to use U.S. troops to invade Iraq within days after the former Texas governor entered the White House three years ago
“From the very beginning, there was a conviction that Saddam Hussein was a bad person and that he needed to go,” O’Neill told CBS, according to excerpts released Saturday by the network. “For me, the notion of pre-emption, that the U.S. has the unilateral right to do whatever we decide to do, is a really huge leap.”
9/11 is a study in wish-fulfillment; it gave us pre-emptive justification for what we were going to do. It is as if God (if you believe in that kind of thing) seeing that we were going to: invade Iraq, kill thousands of people, and return the country back to a technological stone age defined by an insidious dependence on the fulfillment of Western Interest to guide the future of millions, gave us a perfect reason.
What is great about when Americans invade places is that we don’t need to hide behind flowery pageantry. With God as our point guard dishing us amazing passing and Jesus setting up a nice moral block, momentarily blinding our allies to our abuses (It is hard for thee to kick against the pricks when you have no moral center yourself), we don’t need the Olympics to plan to invade another country and silence all our citizens against our actions.
I wouldn’t be surprised if Russia has for a while invested in destabilizing the Ukraine and finding ways to agitate dissension.
I knew something was up with all those bullshit medals the Russians gave out at Sotchi. Checking this out:
The 2014 medals use a combination of glass and metal to reflect the landscape of Sochi, with its snowy peaks and sandy beaches. Their “patchwork quilt” design aims to capture the various cultures and ethnicities of the Russian Federation.
Sounds like they are cutting corners to finance an invasion of Ukraine but I could be wrong