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Agree with your Russian analogy. The

current Republican party is more interested in the money that flows from power, rather than the ideology. It's a matter of priorities. That does not preclude the real possibility of state sponsored genocidal policies.
This thread is of particular relevance to me as I'm a POC. Wish every every well thinking American wakes up before it is too late.

To put Gen. Milley's actions in perspective one

has to remember the lawlessness of the ruling family and those in the GOP that were so willing to betray their country in quest of perpetual power. That was the climate in which he had to operate. Instead of condemning the General we should be focused on preventing another dictatorship grab. How many of those in the GOP calling for resignation betrayed their sacred oath to the constitution?.

Constantly amazed by the sophistication and

innovation of so called primitive people. The more archeologists discover, the further back the timeline shifts, adding credibility to Graham Hancock's proposal that we are indeed a species with amnesia.

And Washington was only too happy to

use those racist elites in Miami as pawns. Today those pawns and their descents have allegedly become so powerful they literally dictate US Cuban foreign policy. All in the interest of a personal ambition that disregards the plight of the innocent Cuban children.

Think I disagree. Minds will be changed, and

the Republican brand will take another nosedive, only this time much more ugly and far reaching. Putting a face, a personality and a call for truth and patriotism to courageous actions will always overcome the acts of betrayal.

Difficult to see what we are primarily

responsible for. The sad thing is that many of the economic problems are relatively easy to solve in ways that benefit both
Cuba and the US. I often wonder what the world would be like without politics and religion.

The papers are more confirmation of

what we already know. Really fascinating to follow the decision making process of the Kremlin, and of the hands on control still maintained by ex KGB chief Putin. TFG has been, and is, a traitor that has to be held accountable, even if only by history.

I suspect the climate crisis will accelerate

to a point where it destabilizes politics and society to provide increasing fertile atmosphere for authoritarian rule, or outright dictatorship. The past flagrant political abuse of the rule of law has already provided a roadmap for those that see white christian minority rule as a solution to all problems. Idealism is not a winning strategy to combat the threat. The good news is it doesn't have to happen. But only if we act now.

None of us have the right to tell the Cuban

people what to do, or to deprive them of vital products that supports basic human dignity. Economic success promotes political freedoms in a country such as Cuba. Those that know the Cuban people know that to be true.

Any member of humanity that constantly

thirsts for revenge against perceived enemies, and has absolutely no remorse for the deaths of half a million people he swore to protect is capable of anything. His accelerating loss of control is a direct threat to this nation. It's still not too late to heed the warnings of those who were lucky enough to have survived the fascist murderous leaders they bear witness to.
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