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Since: Jun 13

Utopia, Ohio

#103 Nov 17, 2013
Trayvonius Martinez wrote:
<quoted text>The Soviets took all sorts of aid from the US and Britain beginning in June 1941. You realize that the US was not at war then, right?
Western Europe, including several NATO countries, began importing Soviet oil and natural gas in the '80s. The Soviets took wheat from the US in the '70s and '80s. The Soviets and the US began cooperating in space in 1975.
Allies in wartime FIGHT with and for each other. That did not occur with the Germans and Soviets. You still have no idea what a military alliance is, do you?

You really are a glutton for punishment, aren't you, boy?
Are you referring to the summer of 1941? When hitler, wiped his ass with the non aggression pact and attacked Russia? hitler also gave Russia the Baltic states in their agreement as a buffer against attacks. Lucky for Russia. They needed it. Against hitler.

The US had to end that lunatics vision of world domination. We aided Russia in defeating hitler for the good of the world, Mr. college graduate.

Since: Jun 13

Utopia, Ohio

#104 Nov 17, 2013
Trayvonius Martinez wrote:
<quoted text>Take a look at Article 5, dummy:

The Tripartite Pact between Japan, Germany, and Italy, 1940

The Governments of Japan, Germany, and Italy consider it as the condition precedent of any lasting peace that all nations in the world be given each its own proper place, have decided to stand by and co-operate with one another in their efforts in Greater East Asia and the regions of Europe respectively wherein it is their prime purpose to establish and maintain a new order of things, calculated to promote the mutual prosperity and welfare of the peoples concerned. It is, furthermore, the desire of the three Governments to extend cooperation to nations in other spheres of the world that are inclined to direct their efforts along lines similar to their own for the purpose of realizing their ultimate object, world peace. Accordingly, the Governments of Japan, Germany and Italy have agreed as follows:

ARTICLE 1. Japan recognizes and respects the leadership of Germany and Italy in the establishment of a new order in Europe.

ARTICLE 2. Germany and Italy recognize and respect the leadership of Japan in the establishment of a new order in Greater East Asia.

ARTICLE 3. Japan, Germany, and Italy agree to cooperate in their efforts on aforesaid lines. They further undertake to assist one another with all political, economic and military means if one of the Contracting Powers is attacked by a Power at present not involved in the European War or in the Japanese-Chinese conflict.

ARTICLE 4. With a view to implementing the present pact, joint technical commissions, to be appointed by the respective Governments of Japan, Germany and Italy, will meet without delay.

ARTICLE 5. Japan, Germany and Italy affirm that the above agreement affects in no way the political status existing at present between each of the three Contracting Powers and Soviet Russia.

ARTICLE 6. The present pact shall become valid immediately upon signature and shall remain in force ten years from the date on which it becomes effective. In due time, before the expiration of said term, the High Contracting Parties shall, at the request of any one of them, enter into negotiations for its renewal.
Explain, in your own words, the relevancy of this particular cut and paste and hitler giving Russia food, raw materials and the Baltic states as a buffer from attacks from the west, pre-war.

I'll wait.

“Seven Days In May”

Since: Oct 13

Hilliard, OH

#105 Nov 17, 2013
Gabriels Hammer wrote:
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Explain, in your own words, the relevancy of this particular cut and paste and hitler giving Russia food, raw materials and the Baltic states as a buffer from attacks from the west, pre-war.
I'll wait.
I suggest you look at our relationship with the USSR, wheat shipments and foreign policy in the early 1970s. If you don't see a parallel there, you're a lost cause.
Nice to know that I was able to educate you...this was obviously the first time you've ever read the text of the Tripartite Pact.

Since: Jun 13

Utopia, Ohio

#106 Nov 18, 2013
Trayvonius Martinez wrote:
<quoted text>I suggest you look at our relationship with the USSR, wheat shipments and foreign policy in the early 1970s. If you don't see a parallel there, you're a lost cause.
Nice to know that I was able to educate you...this was obviously the first time you've ever read the text of the Tripartite Pact.
Just as I thought. Empty statements.

Thanks.
Kia

Columbus, OH

#107 Nov 19, 2013
Lametrius wrote:
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When the ghetto people say "what up blood", is that inbreeding or just gang talk?
^Both

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