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Putin-more correctly spelled Putain!

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Submitted by Froike (United States), Jun 21, 2013 at 11:57

So, you think the Cold War Ended with the Soviet Union? Wrong my friends! Russia and China, are at war with the West. They utilize their proxy governments, Iran, Syria, and N. Korea against us with gusto.

Putin would sell his own mother for hard cash. Conflicts spawn a fertile field for the sale of Russian weaponry and the current situation in Syria is an extension of the proxy war for money and influence in the Middle East Arena.

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