Trump on Crimea: “Europe’s Problems”

In some sense, I agree with him.

It was very, very important for Ukrainians to fight. They did.

Now, I would love to see a coordinated, planned withdrawal of US forces from Europe, so that Europeans stand up for themselves and become less cowardly.

I would also love to see a Baltic-Eastern European partnership as a solution to the Russian problem. NATO is too cumbersome and political. They should enable the countries directly threatened by Russian to act more boldly.

Also, give three nukes each to Poland, Lithuania, Estonia, Ukraine and Georgia.

2 thoughts on “Trump on Crimea: “Europe’s Problems”

  1. Vegas

    There is no will to do anything in the Baltics. NATO is supposedly has our backs, citizens cannot be trusted with guns, and government sinks into debt without even spending on military.

    1. Roman

      > citizens cannot be trusted with guns

      This is the type of statement that is often made, but usually untrue. In any case, people can’t be trusted with guns are not worthy of liberty.

      If it’s true, you guys deserve to be slaves to Moscow.

      If it’s not true (and it probably isn’t) then more people should own guns — and then you won’t need a big defense budget.


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