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Thread: O/T Donald Trump

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    O/T Donald Trump

    How can you have any respect for a person in his position who "tweets" his actions and threats?

    Scrub that, how can you have any respect for a person in his position who "tweets" full stop?

    We are possibly on the verge of worldwide mass destruction and Trump is calling Kim Jong Un out on social media.

    If the implications weren't so terrifying I'd laugh it off. After all, no one could be that stupid could they?

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    What can we expect from a man that gets home at 5pm and gets in his PJs, opens a bag of Doritos and watches the news the rest of the night, waiting for someone to criticize him so he can tweet about it while getting grease streaks all over his phone?

    The man only cares about his brand. Even if you disagree about the platforms of Obama or George Bush or insert most politicians here, I think most can agree that they thought they were making decisions to better things. I don't think Trump thinks that far ahead. He got into politics for the payday after was out of it. Imagine how his real estate is going to do after he can raise the price to have his name on a building or hotel? What reality TV offers is he going to get after his term or terms are over?

    Didn't vote for him or Hilary and glad to say I didn't. This country is in comical shape. Though there may not be much of it left unless somebody takes his phone away from him.

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    Yep. We've got the big tough guy brandishing his power.

    Don't f@@k with us or we will annihilate you, regardless.

    Sorry mich but your country tends to breed war hungry, gung ho power mad leaders.

    More disturbing is these war worshippers are constantly voted in.

    Hey, don't fu(k with the good ol' U S of A.

  4. #4
    Nothing'good'will'come'from'this.Sooner'or'later'o ne'will'have'to'put'up'or'shut'up.
    Could'be'1914'over'again

  5. #5
    Quote Originally Posted by Newcy Wolf View Post
    Yep. We've got the big tough guy brandishing his power.

    Don't f@@k with us or we will annihilate you, regardless.

    Sorry mich but your country tends to breed war hungry, gung ho power mad leaders.

    More disturbing is these war worshippers are constantly voted in.

    Hey, don't fu(k with the good ol' U S of A.
    Looking back that looks a bit personal

    That wasn't the intention.

  6. #6
    Quote Originally Posted by WBA1955 View Post
    Nothing'good'will'come'from'this.Sooner'or'later'o ne'will'have'to'put'up'or'shut'up.
    Could'be'1914'over'again
    1914?

    Wouldn't be too bad for your lot, you'd be celebrating your one and only title in four years time, thanks to football not being taken too seriously after The Great War

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    Nothing will ever compare to the horrors of WW1.

    What with drones controlled from miles away and missiles turning left at the traffic lights to get to their target, will there be a need for soldiers on the ground?

  8. #8
    Quote Originally Posted by Newcy Wolf View Post
    Looking back that looks a bit personal

    That wasn't the intention.
    No thays alright. I 100% agree with it. I think part of it is that the US hasn't fought a full scale war on our soil since the Civil War in the 1860s. Since then, we've had an attack here and there on our soil but every other war has been fought elsewhere.

    We are fortunate that that has been the case. But I also think that the direct witnessing of the terror of war would breed a different outlook for many Americans.

    People mourn events like 9/11 and they were incredibly terrible. But events like that happen much more frequently when you're in a war.

    Trump is just trying to get into a dick measuring contest. That's how he lives his life. Hillary is a war monger but from the Kissinger model.

  9. #9
    Quote Originally Posted by sweeper5 View Post
    Nothing will ever compare to the horrors of WW1.

    What with drones controlled from miles away and missiles turning left at the traffic lights to get to their target, will there be a need for soldiers on the ground?
    Not'for'the'military,but'think'of'the'cost'in'inno cent'lives.It'will'make'WW2'look'like'a'picnic

  10. #10
    Anyone remember the old "Atomic Clock" - at least I think that's what it was called? It was "invented" by agroup of scientists I think and was an attempt to measure how close the World was getting to a full scale nuclear war. I think at the time of the Cuban missile crisis it got to 3 minutes to 12 O'clock (12 O'clock being zero hour, as it were).

    I'm hoping that Trump is a mainly bag of wind, but I think he could be provoked by Kim Jong Ill (who I think is a Grade A nutcase), so I'm suggesting that the Atomic Clock is at 5 to 12.

    On a separate note, as soon as I heard that Trump had been elected I tried to put a bet on with Bet365 that he wouldn't last the term / he would be assignated.

  11. #11
    Quote Originally Posted by Wolfiebill View Post
    Anyone remember the old "Atomic Clock" - at least I think that's what it was called? It was "invented" by agroup of scientists I think and was an attempt to measure how close the World was getting to a full scale nuclear war. I think at the time of the Cuban missile crisis it got to 3 minutes to 12 O'clock (12 O'clock being zero hour, as it were).

    I'm hoping that Trump is a mainly bag of wind, but I think he could be provoked by Kim Jong Ill (who I think is a Grade A nutcase), so I'm suggesting that the Atomic Clock is at 5 to 12.

    On a separate note, as soon as I heard that Trump had been elected I tried to put a bet on with Bet365 that he wouldn't last the term / he would be assignated.
    I remember the version of the Doomsday Clock on Watchmen. Great graphic novel.

    I don't think either side will strike, regardless of its escalation. North Korea knows that if it utilizes a nuclear weapon, it's existence as a nation state is forfeited. Even if they struck a military base, we have so many and our military is so vast, it's almost beyond comprehension. But they also still exist because they have a nuclear weapon. If they didn't, the US intelligence would just foment a coup and take over the country like we did so often in Latin America and the Middle East.

    I don't think anything will come of the exchange between the two leaders. It's just two people with massive egos getting their tiny dicks out and comparing them to see who is the king of the numptyheads. Though if I'm wrong, alot of people are in trouble. Better safe than sorry I suppose.

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