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USA Irate Putin Not to Invade Alaska Print E-mail
by Tom McGregor    Thu, Apr 17, 2014, 09:25 PM

The American Empire continues to crumble and yet we march forward to our doom without realizing just how foolish we look to the rest of the world. Russian President Vladimir Putin announced that he will not invade Alaska, because it's "too cold." Nonetheless, neo-Conservatives and the American media is denouncing Putin for making those comments. That's like saying you have a "kick me" sign on your back and complaining that nobody is kicking you.

ABC News reports that, "Tell us how you really feel, Vladimir Putin. The Russian leader, who recently annexed Crimea from Ukraine, dissed Alaska today in his annual marathon question-and-answer session. Asked by a Russian woman if the U.S. state could be his next conquest, Putin seemed disinterested in adding it to his growing empire."

In a rational world, US citizens should be pleased that they are not compelled to defend themselves against a Russian military invasion in Alaska.

According to ABC News, "Russia sold Alaska to the United States in the 19th century for $7.2 million in gold. Anyone who has been to Alaska knows the state is so much more than just snow and grizzly bears."

However, Hawaii is much warmer than Alaska. Just a thought to ponder, if Americans insist that Russia invade the United States. 

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