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That, and they are bound by international treaty to mind their own business. A violation of the treaty will lose them their neutrality status.

They did cave a bit in WWII, but their neutrality kept them out of a horrific continental war, where they could have been overwhelmed by air and ground forces.
 

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That, and they are bound by international treaty to mind their own business. A violation of the treaty will lose them their neutrality status.

They did cave a bit in WWII, but their neutrality kept them out of a horrific continental war, where they could have been overwhelmed by air and ground forces.
The Swiss care only about themselves. Though, they did take in tens of thousands of Jews during the war, so kudos to them for that. They also shot down hundreds of Luftwaffe planes that violated Swiss airspace.

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The Swiss care only about themselves. Though, they did take in tens of thousands of Jews during the war, so kudos to them for that. They also shot down hundreds of Luftwaffe planes that violated Swiss airspace.

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g washington stated in his farewell address that if we were to stay a nation we needed to forget the rest of the world and focus on american and american
 

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g washington stated in his farewell address that if we were to stay a nation we needed to forget the rest of the world and focus on american and american
and because we chose the path of Isolationism, the Nazi genocidal machine had its way with Europe for a total of four years.

had we joined WW2 to defend Czechoslovakia, Poland & Britain in 1938, tens of millions of lives could have been spared and we would have prevented Eastern Europe from becoming under the iron heal of Soviet Communism.
 

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Great video. Its nice to see a government encouraging people to arm themselves.

Also....

Lets be honest. The United States gets WAY too involved with foreign affairs when we have enough problems of our own.

We are currently $16T in debt and yet, we still act like the "superhero" of the world.

So basically, what I'm saying, is that we need to fix the problems here before we feel obligated to spend the taxpayers money somewhere else.
 
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