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Zionist "israel" To Get F-35 Jets From Us For Free

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It just came out in the news that the US government will provide 20 US F-35 fighter jets to Zionist "Israel". The F-35 is the newest fighter jet the United States has developed. The Zionist "Israelis" are to get 20 F-35 fighter jets which are enough for one squadron, the Zionist "Israelis" however are not expected to have to pay anything for these new American fighter jets as the huge amounts of free US military assistance (i.e. military aid) to "Israel" are expected to cover the full cost of the 20 F-35 jets. This can largely been seen as a move by the American government to appease the "Israelis" and make the Zionists even more comfortable with the fact that the US arms industry (i.e. military industrial complex that largely rules America along with the Zionist lobbies) under US government orders will likely soon sell a flight of around 80 or so F-15 fighter jets to Saudi Arabia to help arm the Saudi monarchy to fight (or at least be a Western/Zionist proxy against) the Islamic Republic of Iran.

The Zionists seem to be fine with the US deal with the Saudis for three main reasons. First, the Saudis and "Israelis" are allies with a common enemy in the freedom fighting nation of Iran: Riyadh 'offers airspace' for Israel attack on Iran. Second, the US government has assured the "Israelis" that the F-15s that the US will sell to the Saudi monarchy will not be equal to the F-15s that the "Israelis" already have from America; that is the American government has said the Saudis will receive F-15s that do not have the same long range capabilities, do not have the same weapons system, and do not have the same high grade avionics, etc. that the "Israelis" larger amount of F-15s already have. And then third, the American government has again agreed to "sell" (i.e. give to "Israel" with US military aid) the even more high-tech, newest generation US F-35 fighter jet to the "Israelis" (who will be the first foreign "country" to receive this new US fighter jet). That being said 20 F-35s are certainly much better than even 80 F-15s, especially since the Saudis will get largely worthless F-15s that have had most of their top technology stripped away and leaving them largely without any offensive capabilities at all (just enough for the US to use the Saudi monarchy as a proxy to threaten Iran) while the "Israelis" will get a free gift of more high-tech US F-35s in yet more US military aid to Zionist "Israel". All the main hegemonic players benefit from this US arms deal. The US arms industry (i.e. military industrial complex) makes out like bandits as the dumb Saudi monarchy will be paying full price with their own money to buy these largely worthless and technologically retarded US F-15s, the US and "Israelis" will help arm their allies in the Saudi Arabian royal family against their common enemy of Iran, and the "Israelis" will make sure the US government (with new free F-35s) maintain what the Zionist "Israelis" call "Israel’s qualitative military edge" to continue their Zio-American hegemony over the Muslim Middle East.

Good links on this topic: http://www.upi.com/Business_News/Security-Industry/2010/09/21/Israel-seals-deal-for-20-Lockheed-F-35s/UPI-70311285091129/

Quote- Israel is the first foreign country to buy the F-35, with which the Pentagon plans to equip the U.S. Air Force, the Navy and the Marine Corps.

Indeed, the 20 F-35s, enough to equip one squadron, aren't likely to involve any significant outlay by Israel since the bulk of the $2.75 billion cost will be financed by U.S. military assistance to Israel.

This currently totals around $3 billion a year. Globes reported Monday that senior military officials "said that $150 million from the defense budget will be allocated for the purchases of the F-35s spread over eight years."

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http://original.antiwar.com/justin/2010/09/19/weapons-bizarre/

Quote- Little remarked on is the complementary deal with Israel, which releases $3 billion dollars in super-high tech F-35 bombers. The deal would be funded almost entirely by US military aid. The sale goes to Lockheed, with other US military contractors getting smaller pieces of the pie.

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No matter. The Israelis are happy – they get free stuff that their sub rosa allies in the Kingdom have to pay for, and they’re getting better stuff. The F-35 is way ahead of the F-15 technologically, and Israeli ambassador to US Michael Oren expressed his heartfelt thanks for “the administration’s efforts to maintain Israel’s qualitative military edge.”

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US to emasculate Saudi F-15s for Israel

Quote- Acknowledging Israeli concerns, the United States is reportedly to reduce the combat capabilities of the warplanes it is to sell Saudi Arabia.

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Accordingly and in line with Washington's age-old policy of adjusting its actions with Tel Aviv, the planes are to lose some of their combat-readiness, including advanced long-range weapons systems. They are as well to be fitted with comparably poorer onboard targeting systems.

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Meanwhile Israel is to purchase (note: the "Israelis" will be getting the US F-35 fighter jet for free via US military aid or assistance to "Israel", so the real bill will be footed by the American taxpayer) the far more capable F-35, which it could receive from the US as early as 2015, around the same time the Saudis would begin to get new F-15s, the The Wall Street Journal added.

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One pic of the US F-35 fighter jet

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Brother, the fact is that the STUPID AL-SAUD is FINANCING the development of this by buying the old OBSOLETE junk and skrap !!!

They always use the muslim money to finance its superior weapon ... I have seen with my own eyes the zionists bragging how they used saudi money to give something better or equal to zionists.

it gives them satisfaction.

but we are also to be blamed to some extent ... all the muslims from pakistan to malaysia to iran to lebanon to syria - and more us the Shia because we have the true knowledge but our actions not measuring up to it.

we must work consistently on out NAFS and egos and share knowledge with each other ... the best gems that we treasure ourselves ...

I have personal experience of our own shias ... such cowards even afraid of 100% kosher knowledge sharing like show me how to derive the integral of cosine theta ... with this attitude just kiss good bye to the future ... and for myself only kosher 100% efforts are all I ask and do ... never I ask 0.000000000000 ... 00000000000000001 percent against law.

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I would conjecture, they have put the state of the art in technology in every manner in this aircraft.

As I said before, if you beg from yanks anything (they have taken usury and become like the banksters in their games) they will ask you to take off your clothes.

Its every component is made of the strongest, toughest and the lightest alloy - metallurgically speaking.

its avionics is state of the art, most likely using holographic type displays with organic LED technology.

The engine maneouverability, jamming capability (travelling wave tubes) , beyond the horizon, motors using the strongest magnets and smallest size, wires of silver and gold coated copper, lots and lots of communications capabilities.

very much a flying TANK.

lots of money wasted and a most idiotic venture , but not, its venture for murder and from enslaved prison labor.

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This is the web site Alphabet cited and borrowed from.

Israel seals deal for 20 Lockheed F-35s

Published: Sept. 21, 2010 at 1:45 PM

TEL AVIV, Israel, Sept. 21 (UPI) -- Israel has finalized its plan to buy 20 Lockheed Martin F-35 stealth fighters for $2.75 billion despite opposition from some military chiefs who say the funds could be better spent and smaller-than-expected spinoff contracts for Israel's defense industry.

The Israeli business daily, Globes, described the sale as the country's most expensive arms deal.

"Purchasing the most advanced fighters jets in the world is an important step in strengthening the State of Israel's military power," Israeli Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu said in a statement after the deal won final approval by a ministerial committee Thursday. Defense Minister Ehud Barak gave his go-ahead in August.

The first of the aircraft are scheduled for delivery in 2015. The deal also includes spare parts, maintenance costs and simulators for pilot training.

Each aircraft costs $96 million. That's considerably less than the $137 million price tag on the F-35 because of lengthy delays in the development program and hefty cost overruns that have set back delivery of the jets by up to two years.

It wasn't clear whether the Pentagon had lowered the price to encourage the Israelis to accept a plan by U.S. President Barack Obama's administration to sell Saudi Arabia advanced aircraft worth an estimated $60 billion, ostensibly to bolster Persian Gulf Arab forces to counter Iran.

Israel acquiesced on that after the Americans agreed not to provide Saudi Arabia with long-range standoff weapons systems that could threaten Israeli security.

Acquiring the F-35, even in limited numbers, would allow Israel to maintain the technological edge over its regional adversaries that the United States has long pledged to preserve.

The F-35 buy was pushed through instead of upgrading Israel's Boeing F-15I Ra'am and Lockheed Martin F-16I Sufa jets.

Israel is the first foreign country to buy the F-35, with which the Pentagon plans to equip the U.S. Air Force, the Navy and the Marine Corps.

Indeed, the 20 F-35s, enough to equip one squadron, aren't likely to involve any significant outlay by Israel since the bulk of the $2.75 billion cost will be financed by U.S. military assistance to Israel.

This currently totals around $3 billion a year. Globes reported Monday that senior military officials "said that $150 million from the defense budget will be allocated for the purchases of the F-35s spread over eight years."

Uri Shani, director general of the Defense Ministry, said that Israel may order further F-35s sometime in the future.

The Israeli air force wanted 75 F-35s but had to trim the initial purchase because of the high cost of the fifth-generation fighter and development program setbacks.

Negotiations dragged on for more than two years. The Israelis wanted their own electronic warfare and communications systems installed in the jets.

They also wanted to expand the aircraft's payload capabilities so it could carry Israeli-made missiles.

The Americans balked at those demands but eventually agreed to allow the incorporation of some Israeli systems.

The Pentagon also initially said that Israeli defense firms would get about $4 billion in contracts from Lockheed Martin, the lead U.S. contractor in the F-35 program.

But now it turns out that deal was contingent on Israel buying 75 of the aircraft, so Israeli firms will get $1 billion-$1.3 billion in contracts related to the F-35.

The Israeli daily Haaretz reported: "The Israeli defense companies are pleased even with the smaller figure and consider this an opening that could be expanded in the future."

Among the companies likely to benefit from these spinoff contracts are Israel Aerospace Industries, flagship of Israel's defense sector; Elbit Systems, a leading electronics outfit; and Blades Technology, part-owned by Pratt & Whitney, which would be involved in the production of engines.

But if the defense industry is happy with the deal, others aren't.

Finance Minister Yuval Steinitz objected to the F-35 buy on the grounds it involved a huge outlay at a time when unmanned aircraft, far cheaper and without involving expensive pilot training, are becoming increasingly important in aerial warfare.

Even the defense companies objected initially, claiming the deal would damage them. Some members of the General Staff criticized the price tag, which they said prevented investment in weapons systems for the army and navy.

As a related aside, How much do Hamas and Hezzbollah pay for their rockets?

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Israel is an Imperialist Fascist Arm of the West.

America is aiding it's colony.

What's so surprising?

photoshop job from mossad bureau ????

slave=USA/UK

master=ISRAEL

Not to be rude at all, but I think it's the other way around.

As george galloway explained.

Israel is nothing more then a colony of America and Britian.

The Iranians call Israel a "little satan" and America and UK "Big Satan" for a reason.

Israel came into existence in 1948

The US and Britian had a massive history of Imperialism much before Israel.

photoshop job from mossad bureau ????

slave=USA/UK

master=ISRAEL

Not to be rude at all, but I think it's the other way around.

As george galloway explained.

Israel is nothing more then a colony of America and Britian.

The Iranians call Israel a "little satan" and America and UK "Big Satan" for a reason.

Israel came into existence in 1948

The US and Britian had a massive history of Imperialism much before Israel.

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Israel is an Imperialist Fascist Arm of the West.

America is aiding it's colony.

What's so surprising?

Not to be rude at all, but I think it's the other way around.

As george galloway explained.

Israel is nothing more then a colony of America and Britian.

The Iranians call Israel a "little satan" and America and UK "Big Satan" for a reason.

Israel came into existence in 1948

The US and Britian had a massive history of Imperialism much before Israel.

Not to be rude at all, but I think it's the other way around.

As george galloway explained.

Israel is nothing more then a colony of America and Britian.

The Iranians call Israel a "little satan" and America and UK "Big Satan" for a reason.

Israel came into existence in 1948

The US and Britian had a massive history of Imperialism much before Israel.

Perhaps you should take a look at how much money and aid the US gives the Palestinians.

What the Iranians call anyone is pointless and meaningless and than to hook your star to George Galloway makes you look pointless and meaningless

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though the deal news is old but i just know it was for free ,so you are saying that saudi deal covered both theirs and israelis togather in the aim to destroy Hizbullah ?

unfair , cheap begger israel , why they don't pay for their own ?

and saudis are hiring assasinations ? what happened to their mujahdeen army ?

crazy world ! i just wish to know what americans are benifiting from all of this , what is so cool about helping to inflame the wars ?

and for america is angel , iran is demon kind of mentality people , let this be clear to you , second to israel is america in the enemy list to any middle eastern person , though the puppets media are trying their best to demnizes iran to the people but nah , it would not beat those tow

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Perhaps you should take a look at how much money and aid the US gives the Palestinians.

Aid and Money? To what? Those puppets Fatah? Abbas? The dogs?

The purpose of Abbas regime is to secure the interests of the US colony, put up a show for Palestinians. Too bad hamas and PFLP have majority of support.

What the Iranians call anyone is pointless and meaningless and than to hook your star to George Galloway makes you look pointless and meaningless

What the Iranians call anyone is pointless? It's true though!

Seeing you as a Dog of the Fascist USA makes arguing with you the only thing pointless.

Isn't it sort of Ironic that every Ideal, Movement, Group, or Nation that stands in the way of the US, you hate?

Makes me sick to see people arguing against Socialism in the name of American patriotism.

Disgusting.

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I was on Haaretz today, which is an Israeli media outlet, and clicked on one of the Hezbollah stories, and was just reading through the comments people had made. It was quite surprising! For once, you are seeing real fear among the Israelis.

This was a story about Nasrallah threatening retaliation against Tel Aviv airport, if Beirut Intl Airport was struck.

http://www.haaretz.com/news/nasrallah-if-you-hit-beirut-airport-we-ll-hit-ben-gurion-1.263446

I left Haifa in 2006 war, this man is the same blood line as the man who first defeated our ancestors in Khabayr (Elia) whom arabs refer to him as Ali Ibn Abi Talib, Nasrallah is reffered to as the Yemeni, i truly belive we our fellow ancestors should have choscen Argentina over palestine, it would have been more safer there, Lets not kid ourselves Nasrallah has delivered on his promises in the past, what makes us belive he wont, I do not believe anyone can stop him, and currently all our leaders today have suffered defeat at the hands of Nasrallah, naming Barak and Netanyahu both were PM when we occupied lebanon and Barak retreated. I served in the IDF in Bint Jbeil, we never were safe there, hezzboallah are well trained , drilled and disciplined army, and more importantly brave, i really fear this war they will enter Israel by foot and really exterminate our brothers in the north, whilst they bombard us in the south.

I was in Haifa during the Second Lebanon War, and I can say that it is true that Mr. Seyed Hassan Nasrallah created terror in the hearts of innocent Israelis and tourists, too. But then again, I looked into it further and I find it hard to blame the Hizbollah for their stand as they have been living in the Bekaa, Southern Lebanon villages and across the region for so long. I was so frightened by their barrage that I and my wife, some friends cancelled our Aliyah back to Israel. We don't want to be on the losing side (IDF).

Unless I'm really off here, this potential response by the towel-heads in Lebanon threatening BG airport couldn't have been possible had Israel's leadership opted out to not do anything about the initial build up of missiles in the north. What were they thinking? That in the future nobody would have to pay the "bill"? Now, if and when war comes, Israel will experience a bombardment unseen since the War of Independence. Great going Mr. Rabin, Barak, Netanyahu, and Olmert...the bill may be collected in the near future.

This should be taken at face value. In Lebanon II, Ben-Gurion International was not struck, even though Beirut International was repeatedly targeted. One must now assume that Hezbollah has the weaponry to correct that omission. Equally clear is the fact that missles raining down on Ben-Gurion would have a new, complicated and devastating impact on Israel. Mr. Nasrallah also ups the ante considerably by noting that seemingly untouchable Tel Aviv would come under attack if even Beirut's southern suburbs (large parts of which were literally destroyed in Lebanon II) are again attacked. Add this to Syria's recent pledge to defend Lebanon should if be attacked, and ... well, it would appear that Lebanon III will interesting in the extreme.

Being in possession of 30/40.000 Missiles, eh I would take this kind of threat very seriously.

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Here are twelve comments right off the top to keep things in perspective". These are the twelve most recent comments from the same article.

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  • observer
  • 23.02.10
  • 10:23
i agree with U , I also respect smart persons like urself . U wrote what millions of arabs and muslims believe in . how did israelis got themselves in this blunder ? they ought to be smarter and wiser and make peace with arabs and muslims before it,s 2 late for them .
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<LI rate="0" date="72" view="0">START LOOKIN FOR A NEW HOME LAND
  • DAVID
  • 21.02.10
  • 07:53

I left Haifa in 2006 war, this man is the same blood line as the man who first defeated our ancestors in Khabayr (Elia) whom arabs refer to him as Ali Ibn Abi Talib, Nasrallah is reffered to as the Yemeni, i truly belive we our fellow ancestors should have choscen Argentina over palestine, it would have been more safer there, Lets not kid ourselves Nasrallah has delivered on his promises in the past, what makes us belive he wont, I do not believe anyone can stop him, and currently all our leaders today have suffered defeat at the hands of Nasrallah, naming Barak and Netanyahu both were PM when we occupied lebanon and Barak retreated. I served in the IDF in Bint Jbeil, we never were safe there, hezzboallah are well trained , drilled and disciplined army, and more importantly brave, i really fear this war they will enter Israel by foot and really exterminate our brothers in the north, whilst they bombard us in the south.

<LI rate="0" date="71" view="0">71. 0 0 View > # 58 Elie.

  • David Nigel Braham
  • 20.02.10
  • 10:30
Some of the worst anti-semites are semites,Alon is right and you proved him right with your insulting and offensive post.
<LI rate="0" date="70" view="0">70. 0 0 View > Nasrallah is desperate to start a was
  • Lonny
  • 20.02.10
  • 00:34

This guy's greatest wish is for a war to start. His organization has no other purpose.

<LI rate="0" date="69" view="0">69. 0 0 View > Better idea for Nasrallah

  • Reed
  • 20.02.10
  • 00:33
Just leave the Israeli's alone.
<LI rate="0" date="68" view="0">68. 0 0 View > No way they can hit Ben Gurion
  • Moshe
  • 19.02.10
  • 22:33

Hezbollah simply doesn;t have advanced enough guidance systems on their weapons to target Ben Gurion, hundreds of miles from the missile launch sites in Northern Lebanon. Not even the scuds from Iraq could target specific locations within the Tel Aviv Area, and Hezbollah does not have any scuds, thats for sure. Remember the Iranian missile launch photo that was photoshopped?? These guys are desperate to be taken seriously.

<LI rate="0" date="67" view="0">67. 0 0 View > He doesn't Lie

  • Moshe
  • 19.02.10
  • 22:25
I'm afraid he does lie- it's been 2 years since the assassination of Mughniyeh and he must have threatened revenge 20 times already, but nothing has happened. His credibility in the arab world is slowly receding, also in part due to the egypt debacle.
<LI rate="0" date="66" view="0">66. 0 0 View > IMAD
  • THANKFUL
  • 19.02.10
  • 20:46

We would be truly blessed if Nasrallah was shown like the coward Mughniyeh what happens when you bang on the door too loudly. Knock Knock....their time is coming!

<LI rate="0" date="65" view="0">65. 0 0 View > Rubble in the name of Shalit

  • TSYD
  • 19.02.10
  • 20:04
I remember staring into southern Lebanon from the insertion point in the last war. Defeat in the form military and ideological short comings caused many in the burubs of Leb to fear the mistakes their so called leaders will eventually make. Launch a rocket yourself Mr. Coward..i mean Nasralah. May the land o Israel strike those who sew death for their own personal gains. May the peace come after this man is no longer a problem. And if its really a fight they want ...be sure that it doesnt lead to another round like the war of independence. Didnt work to well for the other side ...did it?
<LI rate="0" date="64" view="0">64. 0 0 View > 12th century islamic radical
  • Dan
  • 19.02.10
  • 18:53

he brings out the lowest denominator in his brain-washed, herd-like followers. While he is hiding like a mole in one of his many holes at the same time he banging his fat chest with his plump fist spewing perpetual threats and instigations. My prediction is: Withing 3 year period he will have a STROKE and be paralized on the right side of his body unable to speak clearly and walk without assistance.

<LI rate="0" date="63" view="0">63. 0 0 View > nasralah, in australia, hello Ray

  • charro
  • 19.02.10
  • 18:08
Since he is so lovable Australia to welcome him with open arms
<LI rate="0" date="62" view="0">62. 0 0 View > Nasrallah knows what happened to PLO in 1982 and will not risk to
  • spander
  • 19.02.10
  • 15:29

to be destroyed once for all!!!he needs that kind of speech to exist and mobilise his militants.he knows his limits face to IDF

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Just leave the Israeli's alone.

That's like saying "leave the German's Alone" during Nazi Germany's days.

You can't leave them alone because they are continuously upholding an aparthied regime where it is illegal for a jew to marry a non-Jew.

You can't leave them alone because they are continuously slaughtering Palestinians.

You can't leave them alone because they are the only nation in the middle east with Nukes, which is a threat to everyone.

You can't leave them alone because they are Fascists, with no limits to occupation

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This is their old way of empowering other enemies of their targeted enemy so they themselves directly don't take the massive brunt of its consequences alone.

Read this: The Lend-Lease act of 1941

Of course the Saudis have so much, never ending cache of petrodollars, and is their created puppet state since WW1. It had to help its lord and master.

And then the Americans civilians wonder "Why are we so hated?". They somehow overlook how their govt has been facilitating the butchery of millions of people, directly and indirectly, around the world for so long.

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That's like saying "leave the German's Alone" during Nazi Germany's days.

You can't leave them alone because they are continuously upholding an aparthied regime where it is illegal for a jew to marry a non-Jew.

You can't leave them alone because they are continuously slaughtering Palestinians.

You can't leave them alone because they are the only nation in the middle east with Nukes, which is a threat to everyone.

You can't leave them alone because they are Fascists, with no limits to occupation

I did not make that statement. Some dude named Reed made it. It was one of the responses I included to add balance to those cherry picked by Shiasoldier786. Personally I think the leadership on both sides, Israel and Palestine, should step aside so reasonable people can negotiate.

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This is their old way of empowering other enemies of their targeted enemy so they themselves directly don't take the massive brunt of its consequences alone.

Read this: The Lend-Lease act of 1941

Of course the Saudis have so much, never ending cache of petrodollars, and is their created puppet state since WW1. It had to help its lord and master.

And then the Americans civilians wonder "Why are we so hated?". They somehow overlook how their govt has been facilitating the butchery of millions of people, directly and indirectly, around the world for so long.

"Read this: The Lend-Lease act of 1941"

A brief history lesson. In 1941 Franklin Roosevelt was president and US public opinion slanted to isolationist, meaning they didn't want to get involved in another European war. Roosevelt was ahead of the curve and knew the US could not avoid going to war again. The President proposed his lend lease policy to get around public opinion and supply future allies with the materiel of war. History proved Roosevelt made good policy except to those who would have preferred an Axis victory. Of course someone here will find fault with it.

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Blister.

Pointing on children is meaningless from your side. Begin - one of militant zionists, close friend of Zhabotinsky, also agent for NKVD, late prime minister of Israel, used children for military purposes. He used all purposes of disguising - from rabbi clothing to children. this is fact. so do not point on children.

Hamas and Hezbollah never killed 1500 civilians in month and justified it with talking on "Human Shield". So drawing comparison is unjust.

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Pointing on children is meaningless from your side. Begin - one of militant zionists, close friend of Zhabotinsky, also agent for NKVD, late prime minister of Israel, used children for military purposes. He used all purposes of disguising - from rabbi clothing to children. this is fact. so do not point on children.

Hamas and Hezbollah never killed 1500 civilians in month and justified it with talking on "Human Shield". So drawing comparison is unjust.

Children?????? What are you talking about?

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The President proposed his lend lease policy to get around public opinion and supply future allies with the materiel of war. History proved Roosevelt made good policy except to those who would have preferred an Axis victory.

Yeah, Stalin would have preferred an Axis victory. The cold war never occurred because of appeasing Russians with the lend lease act. China is a good friend of USA because of it.

You're full of [Edited Out]. No, in fact, [Edited Out] is something good when talking about you. The only thing you're right about is that the American people did not want to get involved and Roosevelt betrayed them and tricked them. Roosevelt sacrificed all those Americans at Pearl Harbor. He knew about Japan that it was going to attack and did nothing. It was his plan. He had only the most obsolete WW1 navy vessels stationed there as bait.

So the evil Nazis lost. They thought they were a special race. Now we have the same Nazis who think they're a special race. But in sharp contrast this time there is no morally more evil enemy to exploit people's thinking for their cause. They are the prime evil once again in their unholy alliance.

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