The first Russian conquests of Central Asia began as a result of
A well written history of the Romanov's came out recently. That and what seems like everything else indicates that Tsars had their eye on the area for generations but were too busy with other things.
Then there's the 35% or so who believe that terrorism against the west is okay.
Roll things back a few years and there were plenty of Americans that thought terrorism against the UK was okay.
Senator Peter King is to this day proud of his funding of Irish Republican Army bombs.
It's their Peter Kings we have to watch out for and make things difficult for them to get their money to Daash and so on, but the rest who just grumble are as ignorable as all those people drinking beer and mentioning "the struggle" were.
You can not be any other religion other than the one you were born into by your parents
That's the way it is being used, as a proxy for race. The flaw you have pointed out just doesn't matter in this situation. The important thing is apparently to have someone to attack who doesn't have the political power to stand up for themselves. It's the age old play of kicking a cripple in order to look "strong".
Obama "approved" these nuclear reactors by speaking in front of them
That open hostility you imagine was not there that day was it?
We should be building a new nuclear power plant every month in the USA
Economy of scale you goose - the "blind" bit seems spot on but the "seer" no so much. Learn about the topic before attempting to lecture the reader - if you want nukes you want them BIG so that you have shitloads of steam in one location and can get every lats little bit of energy out. The reactors themselves don't need to be big (eg. pebble bed) so long as you have a few of them within reach of your turbines.
but made no such other approvals since
And none denied either. The energy environment since 2010 has meant nobody has tried to put anything up for approval.
Barclays Business Internet Banking.
The bank that's been running since 1690, forms a major part of UK and multinational banking, is listed on London and New York stock exchanges, and "was the most powerful transnational corporation in terms of ownership and thus corporate control over global financial stability and market competition".
We're not talking about your online personal account. We're talking about business accounts that require multiple smartcard authorisation to sign off on millions of pounds a year of salaries.
And yes, they STILL require IE / Firefox ESR,
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