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12c34 No.238906

>Trump: Purchasing Greenland 'strategically' interesting

>63 killed in blast at Afghan wedding as Taliban, US negotiate troop withdrawal


>Gibraltar rejects US pressure to hold Iranian oil tanker


>US-Led Military Force Fighting ISIS Agrees to Halt All Flights over Iraq


>Apple CEO warns Trump about China tariffs, Samsung competition


>Israel fires on militants at Gaza border, Palestinians say three killed


>Jeffrey Epstein's purported madam now focus in sex abuse cases


>Hackers Find Serious Vulnerabilities in an F-15 Fighter Jet System


>NASA Robots Rove Through Caves for Underground DARPA Competition


POTUS Tweets

>'Just completed a very good meeting on Afghanistan. Many on the opposite side of this 19 year war, and us, are looking to make a deal - if possible!'


>'Major consideration is being given to naming ANTIFA an “ORGANIZATION OF TERROR.” Portland is being watched very closely. Hopefully the Mayor will be able to properly do his job!'


c8ecd No.239192

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>Trump: Purchasing Greenland 'strategically' interesting
Interesting indeed. I wonder what's going on.
Thank you Awoo.

ef64a No.239193

In terms of business acquisitions it makes perfect sense for him to continue to do what other presidents have before.
As an economic, and military perspective its great. Lots of natural resources. Closer to Europe, and Russia for both trade, and as a just in case measure. Reducing the need for allies in that region,but not entirely.
If the article is to be believed it's a net loss for Denmark. 70 million dollars is nothing to sneeze at, but not that much for a successful country.
It also can be a closer launching point for U.S. economic forces.
But if the US did buy it Canada would be surrounded on all sides.
Either through a military intervention, or economic brow beating Canada would then be brought into the fold…
Not to mention being close to the North Pole.

If Canada is assimilated then Mexico, and other South America countries can be gotten…

6a194 No.239201

We would need to probably make Quebec independent or be a puppet country of ours if we did so in order to avoid the issues that Canada faces with them today. And considering the status of Mexico, as well as who currently occupies it, annexing them along with any of South America would be outright stupid and would hurt the country.

Also, we need to handle the issues with the Negros, Hispanics, and Jews currently in the U.S. in the first place before we can even remotely think about expanding without causing more problems than we face today. And this is without getting into the economic issues we still need to fix as well.

2fbac No.239208

>If Canada is assimilated then Mexico, and other South America countries can be gotten…
We'll gladly take the rural parts of Canada. The rest of those things, no thank you.

ef64a No.239231

All part of the jew plan. Make America 'expansionist' cry at our weakest moment 'Oy vey they are holocausting the Mexicans… and Jews! Especially the Jews! It's the Nazis all over again! Evil racists! Fight the Nazis goyim!"
All while importing even more people.
Large communist forces, opportunists, and niggers of all kinds run rampant.
So they recruit (possibly at a metaphorical gun point) whatever good goys, and unfortunate souls, from other countries so they can cause more mayhem in the US. It also leaves their countries defenseless.

Conscripting, and shipping good men away to civil war U.S.
Leaving the women, and children alone with the mudslime hoard, and the Jews.

If China goes through a civil war they send some US troops to 'restore order'.

If they do it right they will hit the world with a recession for the global economy, and make sure all weapons, and arms manufacturing is only done by them.
Requesting any, and all firearms to support the troops.

They might try to orchestrate a way to tie in Russia, North, and South Korea, Japan, and India too.
Might try poking China to get Japan, then US retaliates…
Might starve China enough that the only way to survive is through violent means.

6ebeb No.239238

Greenland is a direct part of the nu-expansionist movement. Greenland is a losing prospect as it has minor food resources, difficult weather, and a mediocre amount of minerals that would require extensive strip mining to prophet from. Doing so would render it a poisoned wasteland as a stopover for the many fauna that migrate. on top of this Greenland is an ecological necessity for the oceanic food chain cycles: further pollution from such a central location would destroy what is now known as the Atlantic Cycle. Do you like seafood? Say goodbye to all of it should that happen. Most of the virtually untouched coastal regions would have be shekel polluted to build ultra-new, ultra-defended, ultra-capable, ultra-technological military bases.. all on your shekel. Expansionism has lead to defeat more often than not. In sum, no, there is no sense in this aside from trying to extend more pathetic tentacles of duh worl's puhlice farce.

55a70 No.239360

>If Canada is assimilated then Mexico, and other South America countries can be gotten…
Ironically enough if mexico was made part of the USA we'd have a wall on our southern border

fe8e6 No.239377

Thanks for keeping this up, Awoo anon

12c34 No.239384

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>Trump says administration looking 'seriously' at ending birthright citizenship

>Jeffrey Epstein signed will 2 days before suicide, report says


>Trump officials unveil rule allowing indefinite migrant family detentions


>Judge invites Epstein victims to speak at Tuesday hearing


>Jewish Democrats decry Trump's 'loyalty' remarks


>Hong Kong protesters clash with police, angry at lack of prosecutions after subway mob attack


>Israel strikes ‘military targets’ in Gaza in response to rocket fire


>Federal Court Hearing on Clinton Emails – Judicial Watch Asking for Deposition of Hillary Clinton


>North Korea says U.S. cruise missile test, military moves 'dangerous,' still committed to dialogue: KCNA


>UK and South Korea to sign post-Brexit continuity trade deal


>Army Awaits Afghanistan Guidance as Trump Talks Withdrawal


>Japanese report says N Korea has miniaturized nuclear warheads


>Japan to build ¥67.5 bil underground neutrino detector in Gifu Pref


>U.S. and Mexico reach deal to end tariffs on tomatoes heading north


>Trump Issues New Launch Guidelines for Nuclear Spacecraft


>E-cigarette firms probed over health concerns by U.S. House panel


>Pence Announces Coming Activation of US Space Command


>NASA 'On Track' to Return Astronauts to the Moon by 2024


>Spacewalking Astronauts Install Parking Spot for Private Spaceships at Space Station


POTUS Tweets

>'Wow, Report Just Out! Google manipulated from 2.6 million to 16 million votes for Hillary Clinton in 2016 Election! This was put out by a Clinton supporter, not a Trump Supporter! Google should be sued. My victory was even bigger than thought! @JudicialWatch'


>'Denmark is a very special country with incredible people, but based on Prime Minister Mette Frederiksen’s comments, that she would have no interest in discussing the purchase of Greenland, I will be postponing our meeting scheduled in two weeks for another time….' 1/2


>'….The Prime Minister was able to save a great deal of expense and effort for both the United States and Denmark by being so direct. I thank her for that and look forward to rescheduling sometime in the future!' 2/2


>'So Germany is paying Zero interest and is actually being paid to borrow money, while the U.S., a far stronger and more important credit, is paying interest and just stopped (I hope!) Quantitative Tightening. Strongest Dollar in History, very tough on exports. No Inflation!…..' 1/2




>'For the record, Denmark is only at 1.35% of GDP for NATO spending. They are a wealthy country and should be at 2%. We protect Europe and yet, only 8 of the 28 NATO countries are at the 2% mark. The United States is at a much, much higher level than that….' 1/2


>'….Because of me, these countries have agreed to pay ONE HUNDRED BILLION DOLLARS more - but still way short of what they should pay for the incredible military protection provided. Sorry!' 2/2


>'Henry Ford would be very disappointed if he saw his modern-day descendants wanting to build a much more expensive car, that is far less safe and doesn’t work as well, because execs don’t want to fight California regulators. Car companies should know….' 1/2


>'….that when this Administration’s alternative is no longer available, California will squeeze them to a point of business ruin. Only reason California is now talking to them is because the Feds are giving a far better alternative, which is much better for consumers!' 2/2


>'It was my honor to sign a Presidential Memorandum facilitating the cancellation of student loan debt for 25K of our most severely disabled Veterans. With today’s order, we express the everlasting love & loyalty of a truly grateful Nation. God bless our Vets, & God Bless America!'


ef64a No.239394

Thanks Awoo.
>Trump says administration looking 'seriously' at ending birthright citizenship
Hmmmm. I like all the positives it brings, but the devil is in the details. They could be very important details if, or when Mr. President somehow enacts it.

c323c No.239405

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Those poor souls in Greenland currently have no Spaceforce

6ebeb No.239416

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>US has far higher listed & rated bank credit lines than Germany
Still avoiding the clearcut topic of kike banking cartels degrading the US shekel since good ol' cuckold boy Raygun was appointed el presidente? Few of those in the political system have ever been "out of touch", they much rather choose the easier paths of corruption and swiping from egregiously available public funds.

c8ecd No.239421

>NASA 'On Track' to Return Astronauts to the Moon by 2024
>Pence discussed the progress and future of the program at the National Space Council on Aug. 20.
Absurd, America cannot send an astronaut to the space station without Russian help and is buying Russian engines to be able to put cargo in space. So, how in hell will reach the moon in 5 years?
The bullshit can be spotted from far away in this case.

>Americans to Keep Flying to Space on Russian Engines Even After 2018


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