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    ISIS’s Black Flags Are Flying in Europe

    Post  As Sa'iqa on Mon Jul 28, 2014 5:21 pm

    The symbol of the murderous Islamic State is waving in The Hague. ‘Death to the Jews,’ shout the demonstrators. Yet the Dutch government authorized the protests.
    “Death to the Jews” chanted the crowd waving the black flags of the Islamic State, or ISIS as it used to be known. They were looking for new supporters for their cause, the creation of a worldwide caliphate answering to the man who now calls himself Ibrahim: a zealot too radical even for Al Qaeda who has stormed through Syria and Iraq carrying out mass executions, crucifying rivals, beheading enemies. But these marchers were not in Syria or Iraq; they were in The Hague in The Netherlands. And their message was one tailored to the disaffected young descendants of Muslim immigrants in Europe.
    “We are Moroccans,” went out the cry over a portable loudspeaker. "The French killed the Moroccans but they didn’t kill them all; the grandchildren of the few men left protest against the West, America and the Jews.”
    Many of the demonstrators covered their faces with Palestinian scarves or balaclavas. “Anyone who doesn’t jump is a Jew,” someone shouted as the whole group started jumping in a scene that might have been ludicrous if it weren’t for the hateful message. “Death to the Jews!” the crowd shouted in Arabic.
    This scene last Thursday came in the wake of an earlier demonstration supposed to defend the Palestinians suffering in Gaza, which turned quickly into a hatefest targeting Israel, with people carrying placards that screamed“Zionism is Nazism.” But while the comingling of pro-Palestinian, anti-Zionist and anti-Semitic sentiment has become all too common in European protests in recent weeks, that the battle flag of the Islamic State waved in the streets of The Netherlands on July 24 is something new and particularly dangerous.
    All rallies in Dutch municipalities require permission from the local city council, the police and the public prosecutor’s office. The ISIS demo had been granted permission on the grounds that it was in support of the detained Dutch recruiter for jihad, Oussama Abu Yazeed. But the fact that the mayor’s office in The Hague either was unaware the rally was ISIS-linked or deemed it legitimate regardless has raised serious questions about the city council’s judgment.
    Dutch Labor Party (PVDA) member Ahmed Marcouch, a former policeman who sits on the parliament’s security and justice committee, was one of the many who criticized the local government: “Unacceptable!” he tweeted. “Threatening journalists and shouting racist statements is punishable by law.”
    Marcouch, who has Moroccan roots himself, wants the Muslim community in The Netherlands to be more vigilant in opposition to ISIS and similar groups. The footage shot at the protest clearly shows a number of very young boys: “What are these kids doing there in the first place?” he asks. “ISIS is pure barbarism, it is bloodthirsty,” Marchouch told The Daily Beast in an interview. “We can’t allow them to win our children away from us.”
    Muslims often are criticized for not speaking out strongly enough against the retrograde radicalism of violent jihadists. But Marcouch does not mince his words: “The greatest insult of ISIS may even be toward the Muslims and Islam itself,” he tells us. “I call on the Muslim community: Stand up and don’t allow your religion to be hijacked by these idiots. Don’t make light of them, but make yourself strong against them, these barbaric criminals. Muslims have to speak out: ‘Not in my name! Stay away from my faith!’”
    Marcouch has been arguing inside the parliament and out for more fieldworkers from within the community to prevent what he calls “religious derailments”: “You can only prevent this from happening by offering an alternative theological concept,” he says. “The parents play a part in this, too, in how they educate their kids. What’s the matter with you, allowing your kids to run with this lot? The community is much too silent. ‘We’ stand for civilization and modernity and everyone who wants to be a part of that. ‘They’ are those who reject democracy and even use violence. You have to define your opponent sharply.”
    Marcouch’s decade serving with the police has taught him the limitations of government institutions. “We are a democracy so we can’t just lock people up whenever we feel like it,” he says. “That’s why expertise is paramount; that’s how you expose them.”
    It is not only the people of The Netherlands who are worried. In a letter to Dutch Prime Minister Mark Rutte, Shimon Samuels of the Simon Wiesenthal Center wrote about the concerns of the wider Jewish community when it sees these racist demonstrations espousing the cause of the so-called “Islamic State” that opposes everything about democracy.
    Whether the city of The Hague believes racism will simply ebb away when ignored, or just does not take the threat of ISIS seriously enough, is unclear. But ignoring the threat coming from gatherings like this aimed at legitimizing the warmongering of a growing group of fanatical and extremely violent radicals is ill advised. They are trying to win the hearts and minds and expendable bodies of young people, persuading them to go fight alongside the hundreds of Europeans who’ve already joined the gruesome war in Iraq and Syria.
    The Hague’s Mayor Jozias van Aartsen recently claimed on Dutch radio that no red lines were crossed by the protests, but such declarations are facing mounting incredulity when pictures circulate on the Web like one posted by an Iraqi-Dutch citizen in the IS-ruled Syrian city of Raqqa. It showed him surrounded by the severed heads of seven men spiked on an iron fence. The photograph looks as if some parts of it may have been faked, but the sentiment is genuine enough. Beheadings, for ISIS, have become a kind of sport.
    Many of the young people who end up surviving this horrific war for the caliphate will haunt Europe when they come back home, and security services all over the continent and, indeed, in the United States, are concerned. On Friday the Dutch public prosecutor's office finally announced that an investigation into ISIS in The Netherlands is underway.
    One thing is certain, ignoring ISIS will not make it disappear and reasoning with people who want to spike the heads of their adversaries on fences should not be an option.

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    Re: Islamist threat in European nations

    Post  Flyingdutchman on Mon Jul 28, 2014 5:31 pm

    Won't surprise me when there will be fights between isis likers and anti-isis people :/.

    Wonder what my government will do about it...

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    Re: Islamist threat in European nations

    Post  medo on Mon Jul 28, 2014 8:51 pm

    Islamic Qaliphate will be the biggest winner of new cold war between NATO and Russia-China. They both will block each other and Qaliphate will grow over whole Arab peninsula and over Northern Africa. Israeli attack on Iran will only speed up this process as they will not have Iranian enemy in their eastern border. Problem is, that the main goal for Qaliphat is to attack Europe and they will strike Europe from both sides, through Balkan peninsula and through Iberian peninsula and in both flanks of Europe is no serious army for defense. We must not forget, that Qaliphate already have very large army as fifth column inside Europe, which will strike European defenders in their backs, when invasion begin. Europe will fall to Qaliphate.

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    Re: Islamist threat in European nations

    Post  As Sa'iqa on Mon Jul 28, 2014 9:39 pm

    How long will that Caliphate last for until external or internal forces tear it apart? And provided it survives, how will it manage to conquer anything in Europe, given it's technological and economic backwardness?

    Islamism is dead. It tried to conquer Europe twice and was crushed utterly in 17th century by the virtue of Western Superiority. It only managed to revive briefly thanks to post WW2 oil boom, and it will die as soon as the oil fields start drying out. That insanity started in Saudi Arabia (or rather what is now Saudi Arabia) and it will destroy itself there.

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    Re: Islamist threat in European nations

    Post  Flyingdutchman on Mon Jul 28, 2014 10:20 pm

    medo wrote:Islamic Qaliphate will be the biggest winner of new cold war between NATO and Russia-China. They both will block each other and Qaliphate will grow over whole Arab peninsula and over Northern Africa. Israeli attack on Iran will only speed up this process as they will not have Iranian enemy in their eastern border. Problem is, that the main goal for Qaliphat is to attack Europe and they will strike Europe from both sides, through Balkan peninsula and through Iberian peninsula and in both flanks of Europe is no serious army for defense. We must not forget, that Qaliphate already have very large army as fifth column inside Europe, which will strike European defenders in their backs, when invasion begin. Europe will fall to Qaliphate.

    I am sorry but that is bullshit.

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    Re: Islamist threat in European nations

    Post  BTRfan on Tue Jul 29, 2014 8:56 am

    I believe the CIA is largely behind the ISIS.

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    Re: Islamist threat in European nations

    Post  Flyingdutchman on Tue Jul 29, 2014 9:19 am

    BTRfan wrote:I believe the CIA is largely behind the ISIS.

     Question 

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    Re: Islamist threat in European nations

    Post  Morpheus Eberhardt on Tue Jul 29, 2014 10:50 am

    BTRfan wrote:I believe the CIA is largely behind the ISIS.

    I would put quotation marks around CIA, i.e. "CIA", because CIA is just a figure of speech.

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    Re: Islamist threat in European nations

    Post  medo on Tue Jul 29, 2014 4:29 pm

    Flyingdutchman wrote:
    medo wrote:Islamic Qaliphate will be the biggest winner of new cold war between NATO and Russia-China. They both will block each other and Qaliphate will grow over whole Arab peninsula and over Northern Africa. Israeli attack on Iran will only speed up this process as they will not have Iranian enemy in their eastern border. Problem is, that the main goal for Qaliphat is to attack Europe and they will strike Europe from both sides, through Balkan peninsula and through Iberian peninsula and in both flanks of Europe is no serious army for defense. We must not forget, that Qaliphate already have very large army as fifth column inside Europe, which will strike European defenders in their backs, when invasion begin. Europe will fall to Qaliphate.

    I am sorry but that is bullshit.

    This is exactly why we have to fear Qaliphate. Because everyone say bullshit. The West do nothing against Caliphate neither in Iraq, neither in Syria. Russia give some help, but they are now confronted in Ukraine by NATO hysteria and war mongering. Sooner or later Israel will attack Iran which help Syria and Iraq in their fight against Qaliphate. And after that? Qaliphate will grow over Arab peninsula and over Northern Africa without problems. Those states will be just included in Caliphate. All those rich Arab states with a lot of armament united inside Qaliphate together with Asian islamic world will represent real danger for Europe. But Europe say bullshit and see only Russia as enemy. But Russia will not attack, attack will come from the south, where no one look and they will cut European heads, because Europeans think this is bullshit. Russia will not come to help, because they are enemies on the other side of Ukraine and US will not come to help, because they will be busy with China.

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    Re: Islamist threat in European nations

    Post  BTRfan on Tue Jul 29, 2014 8:32 pm

    Flyingdutchman wrote:
    BTRfan wrote:I believe the CIA is largely behind the ISIS.

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    By CIA I mean the USA/American military-industrial complex. They sent hundreds of thousands of AKMs into Iraq, they trained and equipped a large number of radicals, and the Americans, specifically the CIA, have been training and encouraging Islamic radicalism since at least the 1980s with the Mujahaden in Afghanistan.

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    Re: Islamist threat in European nations

    Post  Morpheus Eberhardt on Tue Jul 29, 2014 11:28 pm

    BTRfan wrote:
    Flyingdutchman wrote:
    BTRfan wrote:I believe the CIA is largely behind the ISIS.

     Question 


    By CIA I mean the USA/American military-industrial complex. They sent hundreds of thousands of AKMs into Iraq, they trained and equipped a large number of radicals, and the Americans, specifically the CIA, have been training and encouraging Islamic radicalism since at least the 1980s with the Mujahaden in Afghanistan.

    That was a way of saying I agree with the essence of your assertion; at the same time I should add that CIA is just a popular notion created by the same entities that have created ISIS.

    Do you think that, according to the plan of the same entities, ISIS will soon become ISISUSEUANZ?

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    Re: Islamist threat in European nations

    Post  BTRfan on Wed Jul 30, 2014 5:13 am

    Morpheus Eberhardt wrote:
    BTRfan wrote:
    Flyingdutchman wrote:
    BTRfan wrote:I believe the CIA is largely behind the ISIS.

     Question 


    By CIA I mean the USA/American military-industrial complex. They sent hundreds of thousands of AKMs into Iraq, they trained and equipped a large number of radicals, and the Americans, specifically the CIA, have been training and encouraging Islamic radicalism since at least the 1980s with the Mujahaden in Afghanistan.

    That was a way of saying I agree with the essence of your assertion; at the same time I should add that  CIA is just a popular notion created by the same entities that have created ISIS.

    Do you think that, according to the plan of the same entities, ISIS will soon become ISISUSEUANZ?


    I believe that despite the best efforts of some very evil men in the West, Syria will endure and will not be captured by thugs and jihadists.

    ISIS will eventually be contained and then crushed.

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    Re: Islamist threat in European nations

    Post  GarryB on Wed Jul 30, 2014 12:33 pm

    I believe that despite the best efforts of some very evil men in the West, Syria will endure and will not be captured by thugs and jihadists.

    ISIS will eventually be contained and then crushed.

    Amen to that brother... from an athiest Kiwi...  russia 


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    Re: Islamist threat in European nations

    Post  TR1 on Wed Jul 30, 2014 9:45 pm

    BTRfan wrote:
    Morpheus Eberhardt wrote:
    BTRfan wrote:
    Flyingdutchman wrote:
    BTRfan wrote:I believe the CIA is largely behind the ISIS.

     Question 


    By CIA I mean the USA/American military-industrial complex. They sent hundreds of thousands of AKMs into Iraq, they trained and equipped a large number of radicals, and the Americans, specifically the CIA, have been training and encouraging Islamic radicalism since at least the 1980s with the Mujahaden in Afghanistan.

    That was a way of saying I agree with the essence of your assertion; at the same time I should add that  CIA is just a popular notion created by the same entities that have created ISIS.

    Do you think that, according to the plan of the same entities, ISIS will soon become ISISUSEUANZ?


    I believe that despite the best efforts of some very evil men in the West, Syria will endure and will not be captured by thugs and jihadists.

    ISIS will eventually be contained and then crushed.

    Syria was already ruled by thugs.

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    Re: Islamist threat in European nations

    Post  Flyingdutchman on Wed Jul 30, 2014 10:33 pm

    TR1 wrote:
    BTRfan wrote:
    Morpheus Eberhardt wrote:
    BTRfan wrote:
    Flyingdutchman wrote:
    BTRfan wrote:I believe the CIA is largely behind the ISIS.

     Question 


    By CIA I mean the USA/American military-industrial complex. They sent hundreds of thousands of AKMs into Iraq, they trained and equipped a large number of radicals, and the Americans, specifically the CIA, have been training and encouraging Islamic radicalism since at least the 1980s with the Mujahaden in Afghanistan.

    That was a way of saying I agree with the essence of your assertion; at the same time I should add that  CIA is just a popular notion created by the same entities that have created ISIS.

    Do you think that, according to the plan of the same entities, ISIS will soon become ISISUSEUANZ?


    I believe that despite the best efforts of some very evil men in the West, Syria will endure and will not be captured by thugs and jihadists.

    ISIS will eventually be contained and then crushed.

    Syria was already ruled by thugs.


    Fully agreed!
    Assad and its government are retards :/.

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    Re: Islamist threat in European nations

    Post  Mike E on Thu Jul 31, 2014 12:14 am

    TR1 wrote:
    BTRfan wrote:
    Morpheus Eberhardt wrote:
    BTRfan wrote:
    Flyingdutchman wrote:
    BTRfan wrote:I believe the CIA is largely behind the ISIS.

     Question 


    By CIA I mean the USA/American military-industrial complex. They sent hundreds of thousands of AKMs into Iraq, they trained and equipped a large number of radicals, and the Americans, specifically the CIA, have been training and encouraging Islamic radicalism since at least the 1980s with the Mujahaden in Afghanistan.

    That was a way of saying I agree with the essence of your assertion; at the same time I should add that  CIA is just a popular notion created by the same entities that have created ISIS.

    Do you think that, according to the plan of the same entities, ISIS will soon become ISISUSEUANZ?


    I believe that despite the best efforts of some very evil men in the West, Syria will endure and will not be captured by thugs and jihadists.

    ISIS will eventually be contained and then crushed.

    Syria was already ruled by thugs.
    Better those thugs than ISIS/extremist thugs!

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    Re: Islamist threat in European nations

    Post  Flyingdutchman on Thu Jul 31, 2014 9:30 am

    Mike E wrote:
    TR1 wrote:
    BTRfan wrote:
    Morpheus Eberhardt wrote:
    BTRfan wrote:
    Flyingdutchman wrote:
    BTRfan wrote:I believe the CIA is largely behind the ISIS.

     Question 


    By CIA I mean the USA/American military-industrial complex. They sent hundreds of thousands of AKMs into Iraq, they trained and equipped a large number of radicals, and the Americans, specifically the CIA, have been training and encouraging Islamic radicalism since at least the 1980s with the Mujahaden in Afghanistan.

    That was a way of saying I agree with the essence of your assertion; at the same time I should add that  CIA is just a popular notion created by the same entities that have created ISIS.

    Do you think that, according to the plan of the same entities, ISIS will soon become ISISUSEUANZ?


    I believe that despite the best efforts of some very evil men in the West, Syria will endure and will not be captured by thugs and jihadists.

    ISIS will eventually be contained and then crushed.

    Syria was already ruled by thugs.
    Better those thugs than ISIS/extremist thugs!


    And i Agree with you aswell, when those extremists get to power in Syria they Will be a danger for all of the world.

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    Re: Islamist threat in European nations

    Post  GarryB on Thu Jul 31, 2014 9:52 am

    Hahahaha... yeah.. that western educated Assad was a real bastard... imagine the gaul of that guy... not selling out to powerful western oil companies and using the oil wealth of Syria to pay for an education system and health system that benefits all Syrians.

    What an A hole.

    Now that these religious fundamentalists are taking power in various areas and executing their enemies in large groups I am sure Syria will be a much better sort of sht hole than it ever was.

    Assad was no western saint... the leaders of western countries arent either so why would anyone anywhere else be?

    Assad was who he had to be to get to where he was... a nice guy would never have made it.


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    Re: Islamist threat in European nations

    Post  Flyingdutchman on Thu Jul 31, 2014 3:14 pm

    GarryB wrote:Hahahaha... yeah.. that western educated Assad was a real bastard... imagine the gaul of that guy... not selling out to powerful western oil companies and using the oil wealth of Syria to pay for an education system and health system that benefits all Syrians.

    What an A hole.

    Now that these religious fundamentalists are taking power in various areas and executing their enemies in large groups I am sure Syria will be a much better sort of sht hole than it ever was.

    Assad was no western saint... the leaders of western countries arent either so why would anyone anywhere else be?

    Assad was who he had to be to get to where he was... a nice guy would never have made it.

    For the most part i Agree.

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    Re: Islamist threat in European nations

    Post  TR1 on Thu Jul 31, 2014 3:24 pm

    GarryB wrote:Hahahaha... yeah.. that western educated Assad was a real bastard... imagine the gaul of that guy... not selling out to powerful western oil companies and using the oil wealth of Syria to pay for an education system and health system that benefits all Syrians.

    What an A hole.

    Now that these religious fundamentalists are taking power in various areas and executing their enemies in large groups I am sure Syria will be a much better sort of sht hole than it ever was.

    Assad was no western saint... the leaders of western countries arent either so why would anyone anywhere else be?

    Assad was who he had to be to get to where he was... a nice guy would never have made it.

    What a nice justification for a family of dictators that have massacred thousands of their countrymen.

    No, the US supporting Mubarak or KSA or w/e does not make it any more justifiable.


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    Re: Islamist threat in European nations

    Post  Werewolf on Thu Jul 31, 2014 3:33 pm

    TR1 wrote:
    GarryB wrote:Hahahaha... yeah.. that western educated Assad was a real bastard... imagine the gaul of that guy... not selling out to powerful western oil companies and using the oil wealth of Syria to pay for an education system and health system that benefits all Syrians.

    What an A hole.

    Now that these religious fundamentalists are taking power in various areas and executing their enemies in large groups I am sure Syria will be a much better sort of sht hole than it ever was.

    Assad was no western saint... the leaders of western countries arent either so why would anyone anywhere else be?

    Assad was who he had to be to get to where he was... a nice guy would never have made it.

    What a nice justification for a family of dictators that have massacred thousands of their countrymen.

    No, the US supporting Mubarak or KSA or w/e does not make it any more justifiable.


    Yes it does justify it.

    In every country you have only sometimes a choice to chose between a pile of shit or a bigger pile of shit and live with it and people tend to chose the smaller pile of shit.

    Who installed Saddam hussein because he was pro USA and sold its country out untill he demanded gold for oil? Yes, the US.

    But yes lets blame a guy who killed a few thousands and call him dictator and lets call someone who is responsible for killing millions like Bush and his administration a president who was a "mistake".

    Your measurement always adjusts in a way that blames only one side?

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    Re: Islamist threat in European nations

    Post  BTRfan on Fri Aug 01, 2014 3:58 am

    TR1 wrote:
    GarryB wrote:Hahahaha... yeah.. that western educated Assad was a real bastard... imagine the gaul of that guy... not selling out to powerful western oil companies and using the oil wealth of Syria to pay for an education system and health system that benefits all Syrians.

    What an A hole.

    Now that these religious fundamentalists are taking power in various areas and executing their enemies in large groups I am sure Syria will be a much better sort of sht hole than it ever was.

    Assad was no western saint... the leaders of western countries arent either so why would anyone anywhere else be?

    Assad was who he had to be to get to where he was... a nice guy would never have made it.

    What a nice justification for a family of dictators that have massacred thousands of their countrymen.

    No, the US supporting Mubarak or KSA or w/e does not make it any more justifiable.



    Assad appears to be a secluar, yet decent/clean-cut, and reasonably enlightened leader. He speaks multiple languages, Syria is a friendly and inviting country, and people can practice their religion without being persecuted.

    The ISIS and other thugs like them have been beheading non-Muslims [mostly Christians] in Syria.


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    Re: Islamist threat in European nations

    Post  TR1 on Fri Aug 01, 2014 7:50 am

    Werewolf wrote:
    TR1 wrote:
    GarryB wrote:Hahahaha... yeah.. that western educated Assad was a real bastard... imagine the gaul of that guy... not selling out to powerful western oil companies and using the oil wealth of Syria to pay for an education system and health system that benefits all Syrians.

    What an A hole.

    Now that these religious fundamentalists are taking power in various areas and executing their enemies in large groups I am sure Syria will be a much better sort of sht hole than it ever was.

    Assad was no western saint... the leaders of western countries arent either so why would anyone anywhere else be?

    Assad was who he had to be to get to where he was... a nice guy would never have made it.

    What a nice justification for a family of dictators that have massacred thousands of their countrymen.

    No, the US supporting Mubarak or KSA or w/e does not make it any more justifiable.


    Yes it does justify it.

    In every country you have only sometimes a choice to chose between a pile of shit or a bigger pile of shit and live with it and people tend to chose the smaller pile of shit.

    Who installed Saddam hussein because he was pro USA and sold its country out untill he demanded gold for oil? Yes, the US.

    But yes lets blame a guy who killed a few thousands and call him dictator and lets call someone who is responsible for killing millions like Bush and his administration a president who was a "mistake".

    Your measurement always adjusts in a way that blames only one side?

    Call him a dictator? are you seriously implying he is not?

    How nice that according to you people Syria cannot have anything better than a bloody dictatorial family. Real damning analysis on the local population.

    Once again, stop trying to shift the topic onto Bush.

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    Re: Islamist threat in European nations

    Post  Werewolf on Fri Aug 01, 2014 8:20 am

    That exactly is mp net niveua you show.

    It is the west and hypocrites who use 100% alined with US empire, terminology towards all unwanted.

    Have not seen you calling Bush massmurderer which he clearly is, did not see you calling the Peace Noble Prize carrier Barrack Obomba a massmurder which he clearly is, but yes use only one sided terminology that only shows you that you are exactly what you throw at others, that you are a one sided maniac where nothing good happens in east and whatever US and their lap dogs are doing are "mistakes" at best, like all the wars they did were unintentionally.

    You also pretend that you know so much about russian politics and always try to create the perception of russia which is always the same perception russophobic US is spreading that Putin has 100% power over every single shit that is going on in russia. Like he is some kind dictator with eyes and hands everywhere, you blame Putin for shit he is not responsible and can not change while he is fighting the 5th column of your western crap oligarchs who go in and out in the US embassy in moscow, but yes lets blame Putin because oligarchs do shit in Russia, like Putin is somehow a cruel god capable to do everything but choose not to do.

    You are only alining 100% with the rhetoric and russophobia of US, while you are completley ignorant about russias problems, you only see the surface and blame Putin.

    I may remind you that it was you who proclaimed to know more about russia than anyone else here, but completley failed when i pointed out that CIA was and still uses puppets in Kremln. You are only ridiculing yourself, your knowledge of russian politics does not go beyond the knowledge of any peasant.

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    Re: Islamist threat in European nations

    Post  GarryB on Fri Aug 01, 2014 11:45 am

    Call him a dictator? are you seriously implying he is not?

    How nice that according to you people Syria cannot have anything better than a bloody dictatorial family. Real damning analysis on the local population.

    Once again, stop trying to shift the topic onto Bush.

    Who drew the lines on the map creating the countries in the Middle East?

    Who hand picked the royal families in the region?

    Who is calling him a murderer... do you think no one dies in the west because of politics?

    Saudi Arabia is a much more despotic regime than Syria ever was... women don't even get the vote in SA now, yet in Syria... evil Assad has universal suffrage at 18 years old for men and women... what a bastard. In Saudi Arabia only men over the age of 21 can vote and women cannot even drive or walk outside alone without a male family chaperone.

    His only crime was nationalising the oil industry in Syria and using a portion of that money to improve the living conditions of his people... sure he had palaces... but nothing like those in Saudi Arabia.

    You are making the classic western arrogant error... he is not up to western standards... hahahaha no one is.

    Karzai was picked for lots of reasons... few of which will keep him in power long... the US might as well shoot him in the back of his head before they leave... he is not tough enough to last.


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