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All artificial regimes will fall.

Who would anticipate fall of USSR even in 1985? Country was in full power! But it has fallen 6 years after.

fell my ass. it just got rid of the useless republics and is still controlling the ones that have oil and gas. they just changed the name and pretend to be a democracy.

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fell my ass. it just got rid of the useless republics and is still controlling the ones that have oil and gas. they just changed the name and pretend to be a democracy.

Yup Yup! No it was mocked.

Which one was useless? Oil and gas is in middle Asia. Middle Asia is gone. Once Europe awakens from zionist brainwashing and accepts IRI to transit middle asian gas, than you will see how deeply it fell.

USSR always pretended to be democracy by the way. You do not know, but there was always strong condemnations of evil actions of US against brotherly peoples, especially of Vietnam. And also campaigns in support of Peltieri and indians, against segregation of blacks and so on.

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Yup Yup! No it was mocked.

Which one was useless? Oil and gas is in middle Asia. Middle Asia is gone. Once Europe awakens from zionist brainwashing and accepts IRI to transit middle asian gas, than you will see how deeply it fell.

USSR always pretended to be democracy by the way. You do not know, but there was always strong condemnations of evil actions of US against brotherly peoples, especially of Vietnam. And also campaigns in support of Peltieri and indians, against segregation of blacks and so on.

hence nothing changed. and the ussr didnt fall gorbachev just decided to give the people choices. might happen in iran now that the senior officers said they would not be shooting demonstrators since it goes againts islam.

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hence nothing changed. and the ussr didnt fall gorbachev just decided to give the people choices. might happen in iran now that the senior officers said they would not be shooting demonstrators since it goes againts islam.

Yes, I also saw this on telegraph. But they never shot peaceful demonstrations. And if you call demonstrations of greens peaceful, than you are at least misinformed.

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Israel has fallen...

A really good read from 'The Economist' about the mess that the Zionist entity is in now.

Encircled by enemies again?

BINYAMIN NETANYAHU, prime minister of Israel’s hawkish coalition government, makes no secret of his queasiness about Egypt’s upheaval and his fear that the peace treaty with Israel’s giant Arab neighbour could unravel after 32 years. The prospect of an Egyptian government that included the Muslim Brotherhood, let alone one that were led by it, plainly gives him the creeps. For one thing, it might open the Egyptian border with Gaza (see article), so strengthening the Brothers’ Palestinian offshoot, Hamas, whose charter calls for the Jewish state’s destruction. People close to Mr Netanyahu mutter darkly about the “Hamas-isation” of Egypt, a possibility that fills most Israelis, not just on the right, with dread. “Half of the Palestinian people have already been taken over by Iran,” says Israel’s prime minister, with barely a hint of conscious hyperbole.

The Egyptian upset is heightening a sense of encirclement that has not been felt so acutely by Israelis in decades. In Lebanon to the north, a pro-Western prime minister has recently been displaced by one backed by Hizbullah, the Shia party-cum-militia that is armed and sponsored by Iran. To the north-east, Syria, also on friendly terms with Iran, seems resolute in its support for Hamas. Meanwhile Iran itself, Israel’s biggest bugbear in the wider region and governed by a mercurial president fired with righteous anger towards Israel, moves steadily towards getting a nuclear weapon.

Perhaps even more worrying for Israel is a rising fear that on its eastern flank the ruling monarchy in Jordan, the only Arab country bar Egypt that has a formal treaty with the Jewish state, is being shaken by an assortment of Islamists, tribal leaders, Palestinians (who make up a good half of Jordan’s people), disgruntled former security men and a middle class irritated by the royal family’s perceived extravagance.

In the past year relations with Turkey, once a rare friend of Israel in the Muslim world, have gone from cool to icy. In the words of one of Mr Netanyahu’s colleagues, Israel is surrounded by a “poisonous crescent”. “We are in the midst of a regional earthquake,” says one of his ministers, clearly horrified by its possible reverberations.

Meanwhile, peace talks with the Palestinians have broken down, apparently irretrievably. The chances of their revival during Mr Netanyahu’s term in office, which has two years to run, seem negligible. Mr Netanyahu roundly blames the Palestinians for their supposed intransigence, an analysis not shared by American or European mediators and monitors, who castigate Israel’s government for refusing to freeze the building or expanding of Jewish settlements in the West Bank, the main bit of a future Palestinian state.

Mr Netanyahu lays particular stress on Israel’s claimed need, if a Palestinian state were to emerge on the West Bank, to retain a military presence there; neutral foreign forces, provided by NATO, as suggested in previous negotiations, would not suffice. “What will prevent infiltration through the Jordan Valley?” he asks. “It requires an Israeli presence to prevent a takeover by Iran’s proxies.” Ministers in Israel’s ruling coalition repeatedly raise the possibility that Hamas might one day oust Mr Abbas’s milder Palestinian party. Some argue that Mr Abbas’s peace talk is a tactical ploy. “A peace treaty does not itself guarantee peace,” warns Mr Netanyahu bleakly. With such suspicions to the fore of his thinking, it is hard to see how a deal based necessarily on mutual trust could ever be struck.

Israel’s centrist opposition leader, Tzipi Livni insists that she came close to sealing a peace deal in 2008 with the Palestinians when she was foreign minister in the government replaced by Mr Netanyahu’s coalition. She excoriates what she sees as Mr Netanyahu’s hawkish ineptitude and his apparent belief that Israel will always be surrounded by an army of enemies infused with a murderous anti-Semitism.

As if Israel’s predicament in a region that may soon become more hostile is not bad enough, two more fears are nagging away. Mr Netanyahu and his colleagues are plainly discomfited by what they see as a burgeoning campaign, especially in the West, to erode Israel’s legitimacy. They cite what they deem unfair attitudes over such issues as the Turkish flotilla Israel stopped from sailing to Gaza, killing nine Turks in so doing, and the UN’s Goldstone report critical of Israel’s war in Gaza in 2009. “We are being denied our legitimate right to self-defence,” sighs one of them. Israel’s growing isolation in forums such as the UN is a gnawing worry. “If we are thrown to the wolves, we have a problem,” says a minister.

The West’s loyalty is another worry. Few of Mr Netanyahu’s people have a good word for Barack Obama. Some already accuse him of “losing” Egypt. Others see the White House as a lost cause, whereas liberal Democrats, including Jewish ones, seem increasingly unfriendly. But at least, in Israel’s government view, Congress and the Republicans are holding firm.

A resolution may soon be aired in the UN Security Council condemning Israel’s refusal to freeze the West Bank settlements. A year ago America would have been sure to veto it. It will probably do so again. But such acts of support can no longer be guaranteed, filling Israelis with foreboding. In the end, doubts about America, let alone Europe, may be more menacing than Islamist governments in Egypt. Indeed, some mediators think a rougher environment, both in the region and overseas, is the only way that Israel will be pressed towards giving Palestinians a proper state.

http://www.economist.com/node/18186996?story_id=18186996&fsrc=rss

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All artificial regimes will fall.

Who would anticipate fall of USSR even in 1985? Country was in full power! But it has fallen 6 years after.

It was common sense mate that it was bound to fall lol. (the people thought for themselves, and the last generation of leaders wanted to sell the country for their own pockets).

When you have a bunch of lazy ethnic groups clustered into one system, and all think about money money money, of course it's going to fall.

Is Georgia, Azerbaijan, Armenia, in a better state? Of course not. They are worse than the years of the USSR.

All these nations have the same common problem.

They lack faith (no religion). If they had a proper faith, they would have been MUCH more successful than they are today.

This is why there are high suicide rates in China, Japan, etc.

Israel is a tougher case than the USSR. Israel has the support of its people. It's a zionist state after all. Quite homogeneous in nature.

The only thing that can bring about its collapse is if the U.S. cuts off its funding, and if there are direct wars against it, these things will bring it down eventually.

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The only thing that can bring about its collapse is if the U.S. cuts off its funding, and if there are direct wars against it, these things will bring it down eventually.

Israel's GDP in 2010 : 200 bilion $ .

US aid to Israel each year : 3 bilion $.

So sorry, no, Israel won't fall even if the US will cut its funding.

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Is Georgia, Azerbaijan, Armenia, in a better state? Of course not. They are worse than the years of the USSR.

Of course not! There is no better place for citizens to inhabite, than dying empires. In all points (Social protection, education, medical help, possibilities to realize person, overall stability) deceasing empire is superior to offshoot. Only thing offshoots are superior is their national independence, which is quite questionable for such small nations, especially today.

The only thing that can bring about its collapse is if the U.S. cuts off its funding, and if there are direct wars against it, these things will bring it down eventually.

I agree.

Israel's GDP in 2010 : 200 bilion $ .

US aid to Israel each year : 3 bilion $.

So sorry, no, Israel won't fall even if the US will cut its funding.

Human must either hammer (i.e. work), or hold pistols in his hands. It is impossible to hold hammer in one hand and pistol in another. It is also impossible to always hold pistols. To make it possible to always hold pistols, than there is need of another man, who will feed this, who holds pistols. Israel would not withstood single war without US support.

Imagine what happens, if US cuts ties with Israel. Than, as Israel is rogue nuclear state and violates international laws severely and harshly, international sanctions must be imposed on it. and It's GDP will fall dramatically. This is how US holds and keeps Israel, not only by sending financial aid.

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Imagine what happens, if US cuts ties with Israel. Than, as Israel is rogue nuclear state and violates international laws severely and harshly, international sanctions must be imposed on it. and It's GDP will fall dramatically. This is how US holds and keeps Israel, not only by sending financial aid.

I imagine that, in this case, Israel will give up Gaza and the West Bank, to avoid sanctions; they could even give up the Eastern Jerusalem.

It could even show its nuclear weapons, though it didn't sign the nuclear non-proliferation treaty.

I can't imagine sanctions being imposed on Israel simply because Israel exists and Hamas and Hezbollah don't want Israel to exist.

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More than Iran? I beg to differ.

Hahahahaha

YOU beg to differ? From the the general attitudes of your posts towards Islam it looks like you would become a Hitler to the Muslims if ever given the opportunity.

So please

And P.S.

As much as people like you hate Iran and love Israel and refuse to acknowledge that Israel is much worse then Iran....let me remind you all that Iran isent the nation who has broken the most UN Resolutions, It isent the nation that has had the Most US vetos in relation security council resolutions that condemn Israel in which all the other players (including the generally assembly) overwhelmingly favored and Iran sent the nation committing slow Genocide on a people or progressively robbing there land (as internationally recognized) for 60 years.

You wanna know who is?

Israel

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More than Iran? I beg to differ.

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And the true genocide was against Native Americans by white European "Christians" killing over 100 million Native Americans in all. That is a true genocide not the refuted myth of the holohoax: http://www.codoh.com/

http://vho.org/Intro/GB/Flyer.html

http://www.countercurrents.org/hamer081209.htm

http://www.2think.org/ah.shtml

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Genocidal Amerikkka is the creator and supporter of the genocidal imperialists of Zionist "Israel"!

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And the true genocide was against Native Americans by white European "Christians" killing over 100 million Native Americans in all. That is a true genocide not the refuted myth of the holohoax: http://www.codoh.com/

http://vho.org/Intro/GB/Flyer.html

http://www.countercurrents.org/hamer081209.htm

http://www.2think.org/ah.shtml

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Genocidal Amerikkka is the creator and supporter of the genocidal imperialists of Zionist "Israel"!

Pure propaganda. You seem to love to eat it up.

Don't associate America with the KKK. They are two different things. I find your comments very insulting. America is a great country and has opportunities and freedoms for all races, cultures, and religions.

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First, Do you need a link for something so obvious.

Israel is not functioning as a viable state. It’s more like a pirate establishment violating every civilized norm. It has no respect for UN or world at large.

Here - http://www.digitaljournal.com/article/269241

And the IRI has no respect for its citizens' rights.

Israel IS a functioning state. No country is perfect; there are many that violate UN resolutions.

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