One can Google pictures from Syria if they think war is fun.

Ronald Lubin

Ronald Lubin from Perugia, Italy, is a Political Blogger and Gambler, who writes that after traveling over 40 different nations, he has come to the conclusion that Ethiopia is practically the most secular place in the world. He claims to have never seen Jews, Muslims and Christians living so peacefully anywhere else in the world, betting on Italian Casino Online AAMS together drinking champagne every night so happily together.

The Ukrainians will never have the guts to declare war on Russia. They would be defeated in weeks if not days. If a war between the Russia and Ukraine ever takes place, it is going to be very much like the Italian invasion of Greece.

Ronald Lubin

Ronald writes South Asian soldiers are perhaps the most stupid. He writes neither Pakistan nor India can get past 2 election cycles without starting low to mid level.

Ronald writes he is not a Marxist or a Communist Assadist, but he supports Assad’s Anti-Imperialist efforts. He writes it is a pity that he has to rely so much on imperialistic powers like Iran and Russia. He writes Iran and Russia’s military presence in Syria alone shows their imperialist objectives as they have nothing to gain other than influence. He writes that sending over troops into a foreign country that’s currently enamoured in a civil war is the same as imperialism. He writes there is enough evidence to indicate that Iran has colonialist objectives that it has been actively trying to execute within Syria.

Ronald writes he has a personal bias towards the Iran despite of all its evil doings and imperialism. He supports Iran’s Geopolitics as opposed to any of the Arab states surrounding it. He writes Iran is considered a regional power whereas Saudi is not even considered a regional power.

Ronald writes Turkey relies strongly on instigating conflicts to their expansionist ambitions but he sees nothing wrong with it since every regional power in the world does that. Except maybe South Africa and Brazil. But regardless that’s not ‘imperialist’. He writes most regional powers with the exception of China, USA and Russia (and arguably India) cannot actually sustain an imperialist agenda. He comments they don’t have the capacity militarily, economically or politically.



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