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Wednesday, November 16, 2016

President Trump makes war less likely

For a guy the press says doesn't know a nuclear triad from a Nikon tripod, Donald Trump sure is keeping the world from going radioactive.

From the Daily Express:
America's Defcon warning level has been reduced to its safest threat level possible following Donald Trump’s shock presidential election win.
The Defcon Warning System, a private organization which monitors world events and estimates the nuclear threat against America, is now at Level 5 -- its lowest possible state.
Just weeks ago the warning was accelerated to Level 3 following increased tensions between US and Russia, with insiders fearing the West was creeping closer to nuclear war.
Level 3 means US troops could be mobilized in as little as 15 minutes.
But the group, made up of experts claiming to have contacts within the US security industry, have seen Donald Trump’s election win as a pacifier for Russian relations.
The group wrote on its website: “The United States took a tentative step toward a more isolationist policy with its recent presidential election.
Given the many reports over the years of Hillary Clinton becoming violent in private, the 60 million of us who voted for Trump says to the world, you're welcome.

Now get off our lawn.

Our lawn first.

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16 comments:

  1. Hahahaha! Yeah, the win sent a message to the world: Hey y'all, we're still serious about this shit.

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  2. I'll bet the U.S. military is breathing a sigh of relief that Trump was elected. Maybe now they can throw all of the social experimentation Obama dumped on them in the circular file and start rebuilding our forces. - Elric

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  3. Another Surber gem. Quoting a very much right-leaning private organization which notes on its website that: "The DEFCON Warning System is a private enterprise which monitors world events and assesses nuclear threats against the United States by national entities. It is not affiliated with any government agency and does not represent the alert status of any military branch."
    And the media has a credibility issue?

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    1. Run out of Playd'oh (sic) and coloring books, man?

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    2. Hey! The trolls are back. Hey anonymous, did ya hear Trump won and Crooked Cankles lost?

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    3. So I hear. If it means anything, I didn't vote for Ms. Cankles. I figure I'd let you Trumpers gloat for awhile. Just a matter of time before the house of cards crumbles. Don't get upset though, the white house of cards was going to collapse regardless of who was elected: Cankles or Ooompa Loompa Man.

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  4. Just remember sometimes Was comes to those who do not want it. Be Prepared is not just for Boy Scouts.

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  5. Goldwater won this time. No dumbass escalation.

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    1. Indeud.
      We are vindicated. Finally.

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  6. In the Bad Old Days, SAC (Strategic Air Command) was always in DEFCON 4, or higher.

    Regardless, The Won is still president into January.

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  7. They were probably getting too many questions about the FAA no-fly zone over Montana. You know, communications satellite rocket launches from silos and the like. Good thing most of the press thinks Diego Garcia is just south of Nogales because if there was any journalism left those stories would scare the poop out of you.

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    1. They think Diego Garcia is Dora the Explorer's cousin.

      -Mikey NTH

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  8. Like Reagan.

    Things change immediately.

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  9. Don just gave Hillary an earbug.

    "I fought the lawn, and the lawn won."

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  10. Nah, she has a lawn service, and the lawn service is just a holding action for the first frost.

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