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Posted 12/23/16

choppin_broccoli wrote:

Syrian ambassador to the UN names names of foreigners captured in Aleppo

Surprise surprise, US, Israeli, Egyptian, Turkish, embedded in with the "ISIS rebels"

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bTRccMqEXAE

As I've said time and again...ISIS is a ciamossad creation, and that's why us, israeli special ops are getting killed or discovered with the "ISIS" people.

/waits for the propagandized to defend proof of our guys in bed with ISIS, as if this was even the first, or second, or third, or fourth.... instance


Many kooks from all over the world join Isis. That said, there is no doubt that his has become a proxy war between the USA and Russia. It's ok though, because Obama won the Nobel Peace prize.
Posted 12/23/16 , edited 12/23/16

Xxanthar wrote:


choppin_broccoli wrote:

Syrian ambassador to the UN names names of foreigners captured in Aleppo

Surprise surprise, US, Israeli, Egyptian, Turkish, embedded in with the "ISIS rebels"

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bTRccMqEXAE

As I've said time and again...ISIS is a ciamossad creation, and that's why us, israeli special ops are getting killed or discovered with the "ISIS" people.

/waits for the propagandized to defend proof of our guys in bed with ISIS, as if this was even the first, or second, or third, or fourth.... instance


Many kooks from all over the world join Isis. That said, there is no doubt that his has become a proxy war between the USA and Russia. It's ok though, because Obama won the Nobel Peace prize.




As always, should you or any of your I.M. Force be caught or killed, the Secretary will disavow any knowledge of your actions. This tape will self-destruct in five seconds.
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Posted 12/23/16

AlastorCrow wrote:

Do people somehow see the deaths of numerous civilians in war-torn countries as less shocking in comparison to something that happens in Western countries? Like when you read in the news that over 50 people, including women and children, became victims of an air strike from either Russia or the Syrian government, does it somehow disturb you or is it just part of the norm now? As much as I hate to admit it, I sometimes find myself thinking "It's fucked up there; it can't be helped" and I end up resorting to something similar to apathy. It's not that I don't feel sorry for them, it's just that in the back of my mind, I kind of just accepted that atrocities like this are part of the norm in certain places now.

On the other hand, videos and news of dog/cat slaughter from Asian countries still bother the hell out of me.


I dunno why but I feel like I have to reply to this.

The truth is, apathy is your only option. Aside from the "there's nothing I can do" feeling, you shouldn't do anything. These people do not defend themselves. It is more than half the west's fault that countries like this simply rely on the west to solve their problems but it does not excuse the fact that they do not have the desire for freedom such that they would fight for it. I'm sorry, I don't buy that they are so pathetic in the face of their evil empires that they cannot fight for their freedom.

And no, bombing civilians in foreign countries is not fighting for your freedom.
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Posted 12/23/16
I can't hardly visit a foreign country without a random CIA person asking if I need anything, so I'm guessing there's a good chance one would fall out of a closet in Aleppo.
Posted 12/23/16 , edited 12/23/16

Emtro wrote:
It is more than half the west's fault that countries like this simply rely on the west to solve their problems but it does not excuse the fact that they do not have the desire for freedom such that they would fight for it. I'm sorry, I don't buy that they are so pathetic in the face of their evil empires that they cannot fight for their freedom.

And no, bombing civilians in foreign countries is not fighting for your freedom.


How is this "Syria relying on the USA to solve its problems?" The USA basically invaded with special forces and cia just like they always do, wah, that aint boots on the ground?

And let's nevermind the fact that Syria never invited the USA in. Nor Israel. Nor Turkey. Nor Egypt. Nor Saudis.

All of those countries have gone into Syria illegally.

Russia and Iran, however, were invited in by the legitimately elected government of Syria.

Fact remains that US, Saudis, Israel, Quatar ,etc, all want that pipeline through Syria, but they dont want to pay the Syrians to lease their land, they just want it handed over.

The money equation doesnt make sense if they have to lease from Syria, but if they overthrow the government, then we'll help 'em out for free, just let us run that pipeline.

Set up to blow up.
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