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MSM focus on 4 or 5 who do not support Peace thru Streanth

 
 
Reply Fri 16 Oct, 2020 05:10 pm
What does the phrase "MSM focus on 4 or 5 who do not support Peace thru Streanth" mean?

Is "Peace thru Streanth" a deliberate misspelling of "Peace through Strength"?
The word "Streanth" seems to be sarcastic, I am not sure.

What does "MSM" stand for here? Mainstream Media?

So that phrase means "DJT got 272 generals' support while MSM got only 4 or 5 generals' support (and the former supports the Peace through Strength while the latter opposes it)"?

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272 Generals sign in supprt of DJT, MSM focus on 4 or 5 who do not support Peace thru Streanth and ending useless, but lucrative foreign wars ..
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Reply Fri 16 Oct, 2020 05:14 pm
oristarA wrote:
Is "Peace thru Streanth" a deliberate misspelling of "Peace through Strength"?
The word "Streanth" seems to be sarcastic, I am not sure.

My guess is that it is an unintentional misspelling of strength.


oristarA wrote:
What does "MSM" stand for here? Mainstream Media?

Yes. Mainstream media.


oristarA wrote:
So that phrase means "DJT got 272 generals' support while MSM got only 4 or 5 generals' support"?

Yes.
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Reply Fri 16 Oct, 2020 05:15 pm
Thanks

Edited: So that phrase means "DJT got 272 generals' support while MSM got only 4 or 5 generals' support (and the former supports the Peace through Strength while the latter opposes it)"?
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Reply Fri 16 Oct, 2020 05:33 pm
@oristarA,
oristarA wrote:

Thanks

Edited: So that phrase means "DJT got 272 generals' support while MSM got only 4 or 5 generals' support (and the former supports the Peace through Strength while the latter opposes it)"?


It is babble. It doesn't make sense. It isn't really clear what the other generals support.

I don't what it would even mean for a general to support MSM.

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Reply Fri 16 Oct, 2020 05:37 pm
@oristarA,
oristarA wrote:
So that phrase means "DJT got 272 generals' support while MSM got only 4 or 5 generals' support (and the former supports the Peace through Strength while the latter opposes it)"?

Technically not supporting something isn't necessarily the same thing as opposing it. It's possible for people to take a neutral position.

However sometimes people are not exacting in their choice of words. It is possible that he said "do not support" when he meant "oppose".



Another clarification: "while MSM got only 4 or 5 generals' support"

His tweet says "MSM focus on 4 or 5".

Technically that doesn't mean that the generals are choosing to support the media position, but rather that the media is deliberately seeking out a minority opinion and giving it coverage.
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