Germany: okay we've learned our lesson about wars
Also Germany: but what if we win this time?
@A Math Dealer, *WWIII ensues*
@A Math Dealer,
France: *laughs nervously*
@SimonPetrikov, best reply I've seen in a while
"Beethovens 9th symphony play"
"Healthcare and human rights flourish"
"Poland hijacks its constitution"
"Russia invades ukraine"
Trump looks around
"Hold my beer and watch what i do"
@SaltyVanillaSteak, *cola, remember folks Trump is teetotal and yet he still is like the ultimate drunk perverted uncle
@LeafOnTheW1nd, someone has to hold that beer so he can grab pussy
@SaltyVanillaSteak, that's why god gave as two hands
@SaltyVanillaSteak, fück me that was brütal as a mötherfücker!
Fake news. This isn't what happened. Germany said they didn't agree with Trump or his decisions but they never stated they weren't an ally anymore and they also didn't say they no longer recognized us as a super power.
Not recognizing the United States as a superpower is like saying that bear isn't a bear. You're gonna get fûcked by that bear
@jizzgenerator, There have been multiple cases of people being mauled by a panda bear because they failed to register that it’s still a bear, so it can happen.
As an American who is proud of his country I approve of this.
@Empshok, as an american who is not proud of his country, i also approve of this
@Empshok, as an American who is exercising his right to criticize his country and its administration, Germany has a point.
Um, don't want to ruin the moment, but that's pretty much what europe thinks of america right now, or at least italy, which knowing us it's really bad for you guys
@ItalianSausage, ehh we will be fine. I mean I'm not happy about the changing views, but I don't think it will harm us. Especially after the next election.
@wannabe firefighter, and seriously, what could they do, cut trade ties with the largest economy in the world, who they rely on for shipping, information, satellites, communication, funding, defense, etc etc? What of the petrodollar agreement? What of the USD being a staple currency dozens of others are pegged to? What of the US acting as lender of last resort to the entire EU? What of the assets we hold in Europe?
They going to declare a war all of Europe combined couldn't win?
I mean seriously they really don't have much options here. Not recognizing the US as a superpower is burying your head in the sand.
@ItalianSausage, Europe is too busy ruining itself with unchecked migration. I think we will be fine w some actually secure borders
@ItalianSausage, could be worse could be under the dictatorship of the EU and it's lack of care for it's citizen's
In World War I, we went to war with Germany because the owners of the country sent a cruise liner into war torn waters, knowing it would get caught in the crossfire and blown tf up.
In World War II, they broke international laws of neutrality to piss off the Japanese and then allowed Japan to attack Pearl Harbor.
If we do go to war with Germany again, it once again be based on a lie.
@The 911 Masturbator, smart post.
@The 911 Masturbator, Japanese aggressions in the South China Sea and in the Philippines began before the German invasion of Poland in 1939 and before the US was “neutrally” sending supplies to the British. The attack on Pearl Harbor was, at is core reasoning, was to preemptively destroy the US fleet and allow them to run almost un-checked in the region, and the day after the attack, they went after the Philippines islands to expand their empire and take out the US forces. There is a whole lot of stuff about Pearl that can be discussed but just “pissing off the Japanese” isn’t totally true. The first part of your statement is and I agree fully. However was necessary
We aren't the superpower we think we are. Used to be, but since that fat ape started destroying our country, we've been the laughing stock of the world.
@Diabolik, i hope you are talking about obama