The Trump Presidency...

DaManBugs

LE
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North Korea has been an ongoing global problem from the time of the Korean War...that has never officially ceased. It is a toxic rogue nation that lies cheats,steal, and kills in global proportions. It has developed and is stockpiling weapons of mass destruction in nuclear, biological, and chemical fields. Its human rights records are probably the world’s worst.
Are you serious? All the North Koreans have ever wanted is a peace agreement and not the present and ongoing truce/cease-fire. The US has continually refused to even contemplate that, which is why the North Koreans remain, as it were, on a "war footing" because they expect troops at any moment to swamp over the DMZ and attack them. Why won't the US just sign a peace agreement with them? It could've been done decades ago and saved all the nastiness that's ensued.

MsG
 

Helm

MIA
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Are you serious? All the North Koreans have ever wanted is a peace agreement and not the present and ongoing truce/cease-fire. The US has continually refused to even contemplate that, which is why the North Koreans remain, as it were, on a "war footing" because they expect troops at any moment to swamp over the DMZ and attack them. Why won't the US just sign a peace agreement with them? It could've been done decades ago and saved all the nastiness that's ensued.

MsG
Yeah sure, that medical grade heroin really does have no side effects does it?
 
Are you serious? All the North Koreans have ever wanted is a peace agreement and not the present and ongoing truce/cease-fire. The US has continually refused to even contemplate that, which is why the North Koreans remain, as it were, on a "war footing" because they expect troops at any moment to swamp over the DMZ and attack them. Why won't the US just sign a peace agreement with them? It could've been done decades ago and saved all the nastiness that's ensued.

MsG
Is North Korea the "right kind of Socialism"?

The North Koreans don't really have a view on a peace agreement, only the fat little **** in charge does.
 
What makes him a winner? Probably being a billionaire who pokes some quite shagable women, he also managed to be the president of the USA despite a lot of opposition.
All winners back in the day.......

They say that it takes compassion for humanity, love for country; and a strong pursuit of justice and mercy to become a strong and respected leader. However, every once in a while there are politicians that decide to do things their own way (much to the dismay of the masses). These cold-blooded dictators do not care for the value of life as much as they do achieving their selfish motives of domination, power, and immortality.

The concept of dictatorship as well as the use of force and systemic persecution of political opponents to stay in power dates back to the ancient Roman civilization, however, it was the modern history dictators who made it virtually a synonym for gross human rights violations and brutality. Sadly, some of the most brutal dictators in modern history held power not so long ago.
Adolf Hitler (1889 – 1945)


This evil man who rose to power in the 1930s was responsible for the greatest ferocities in human history. He ordered systematic racially based murder of about 11 million of people of which 6 million were Jews, while his foreign policy provoked World War II which claimed 50 to 70 million lives. Hitler committed suicide on April 30, 1945, to avoid being captured by the Soviet Red Army that was advancing in Berlin.


Joseph Stalin (1878 – 1953)


The Georgian-born Soviet leader rose to power after Lenin’s death in 1924. The future ally of the United States and Britain against the Nazi Germany was a paranoid man who brutally suppressed his political enemies as well as suspected opponents. The number of casualties of the Stalinist regime vary but about 14 to 20 million of people are estimated to have died in the penalty labor camps known as the gulags or were executed during the Great Purge in the 1930s, while millions were deported and exiled.

Pol Pot (1925 – 1998)
The leader of the Khmer Rouge and dictator of Cambodia from 1975 to 1979 was directly responsible for one of the severest genocides in modern history. During the four years he held power in Cambodia, about 1 million people died as a result of starvation, imprisonment, forced labor and murder. He was ousted in 1979 by the Vietnamese but together with his Red Khmer followers he continued to operate in the countryside from Thailand.


Idi Amin (1925 – 2003)


The 3rd President of Uganda was responsible for about 250,000 deaths which were a result of his regime of terror marked by torture, extra-judicial executions, corruption and ethnic persecution. He held power from 1972 to 1979 when he fled the country due to the defeat against Tanzania which he attacked one year earlier. He found refuge in Libya and then in Saudi Arabia where he died in 2003.

Augusto Pinochet (1915 – 2006)


Military dictator who came to power in a coup d’etat in 1973 held power in Chile for nearly 20 years during which he brutally suppressed his opponents. More than 100,000 people were arrested only during the first three years. Pinochet stepped down as President of Chile in 1990 after the Chileans voted against continuity of his presidency on a plebiscite. In the early 2000s, he was trialled for violations of human rights but the court has ruled that he is mentally unfit for the trial.

Francois Duvalier (1907 – 1971)


The Haitian dictator, also known as Papa Doc governed the poorest country in the Americas from 1957 to his death in 1971. During his reign of terror, about 30,000 Haitians are estimated to have been assassinated, while thousands – mostly intelligence fled the country. Many people consider him responsible for the current situation in Haiti. He was succeeded by his son Jean-Claude Duvalier who continued the reign of terror until 1986 when he went into a self-imposed exile.

Francisco Franco (1892 – 1975)


The Spanish dictator held power from 1939 when he emerged as the winner of the Spanish Civil War until his death in 1975. His regime was marked by severe repression and systematic suppression of dissidents who were either sent to concentration camps, sentenced to prison which often includes forced labor or executed. Francoist regime became more liberal in the 1960s and 1970s but Spain became a democratic country only after Franco’s death.

Saddam Hussein (1937 – 2006)


The Iraqi dictator who came to power in 1979 is estimated to be responsible for about 500,000 to 1 million deaths of which the Kurds account for about 70,000 to 300,000. Hussein was ousted after the invasion of the US and UK led coalition in 2003. In 2006, he was found guilty for 148 Shi’ite deaths in the early 1980 and sentenced to death. He was executed by hanging on December 30, 2006.
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Now I am not suggesting that your POTUS should be on this list, no sireee, merely pointing out that although none of them were orange they all had a fan base that adored and excused anything they did.
 
Now I am not suggesting that your POTUS should be on this list, no sireee, merely pointing out that although none of them were orange they all had a fan base that adored and excused anything they did.
No, you are trying to infer it.

A lot of politicians have a strong fan base, that's how they get elected, but hey they must all be murderous dictators eh?
 
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What makes him a winner? Probably being a billionaire who pokes some quite shagable women, he also managed to be the president of the USA despite a lot of opposition.
Nut you are trying to infer it.

A lot of politicians have a strong fan base, that's how they get elected, but hey they must all be murderous dictators eh?
NO... JUST TRUMP (may make the list one day)

You tell me... What part of this statement does or doesn't apply to Donald Dump.

(Pssst.. a hint for Trumpettes... the answers are in red)

They say that it takes compassion for humanity, (NO) love for country; a strong pursuit of justice, ,(NO) mercy, (NO) to become a strong and respected leader. However, every once in a while there are politicians that decide to do things their own way (much to the dismay of the masses). (YES) These dictators do not care for the value of life as much as they do achieving their selfish motives of domination, power, and immortality. (YES)


Oh, and btw Stacker... I am seriously NOT suggesting Trump is, or about to become, a mass murderer.
 
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NO... JUST TRUMP (may make the list one day)

You tell me... What part of this statement does or doesn't apply to Donald Dump.

(Pssst.. a hint for Trumpettes... the answers are in red)

They say that it takes compassion for humanity, (NO) love for country; a strong pursuit of justice, ,(NO) mercy, (NO) to become a strong and respected leader. However, every once in a while there are politicians that decide to do things their own way (much to the dismay of the masses). (YES) These cold-blooded dictators do not care for the value of life as much as they do achieving their selfish motives of domination, power, and immortality. (YES)

You seem upset that a billionaire who pokes some quite shaggable women still has a 40% approval rate despite your hissy fits.

If only the masses would listen to you eh?
 

Has Vlad reminded him of the pee-pee tape?
 

Has Vlad reminded him of the pee-pee tape?
Quite. When he got all "gonna pop a misul in yo ass" the other day, I did wonder what his boss* would have to say on the matter.






*A certain corrupt Russian dwarf
 

DaManBugs

LE
Book Reviewer
That's an interesting view your man Trump has there. That's not how I remember it at all, but obviously his personal vanity couldn't allow him to forget adding "under my administration" - as if he was personally responsible for it.

I seem to recall that the Septics were in Iraq (they were never invited into Syria and are there illegally) for well over a year, aimlessly bombing empty desert and abandoned buildings. Then the Ivans stepped in, at the express invitation of Assad, and within a scant few months ISIS was on the back foot. It was the beginning of the end for the "Caliphate" of the organisation. But actually no thanks to the Septics, so I fail to see why Trumpy-boy is fishing for gratitude for his personal contribution. But then he would, wouldn't he?

MsG
 
That's an interesting view your man Trump has there. That's not how I remember it at all, but obviously his personal vanity couldn't allow him to forget adding "under my administration" - as if he was personally responsible for it.

I seem to recall that the Septics were in Iraq (they were never invited into Syria and are there illegally) for well over a year, aimlessly bombing empty desert and abandoned buildings. Then the Ivans stepped in, at the express invitation of Assad, and within a scant few months ISIS was on the back foot. It was the beginning of the end for the "Caliphate" of the organisation. But actually no thanks to the Septics, so I fail to see why Trumpy-boy is fishing for gratitude for his personal contribution. But then he would, wouldn't he?

MsG
Good old mother Russia to the rescue eh Bugsy? If the UK and the USA was the entire world you'd just make up another (socialist utopian) country and credit them with being the saviours of the world.
 
Good old mother Russia to the rescue eh Bugsy? If the UK and the USA was the entire world you'd just make up another (socialist utopian) country and credit them with being the saviours of the world.
ISIS ISISing, ISIS stops. On looking inside the flyblown shithole, you see Russians on the ground and in the air. Carry out the first Immediate Action Drill.
 
That's an interesting view your man Trump has there. That's not how I remember it at all, but obviously his personal vanity couldn't allow him to forget adding "under my administration" - as if he was personally responsible for it.

I seem to recall that the Septics were in Iraq (they were never invited into Syria and are there illegally) for well over a year, aimlessly bombing empty desert and abandoned buildings. Then the Ivans stepped in, at the express invitation of Assad, and within a scant few months ISIS was on the back foot. It was the beginning of the end for the "Caliphate" of the organisation. But actually no thanks to the Septics, so I fail to see why Trumpy-boy is fishing for gratitude for his personal contribution. But then he would, wouldn't he?

MsG
I think the Al Quds were there first actually.
 

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