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Re: Air strikes on Syria

Postby DiamondGooner » Fri Dec 04, 2015 6:14 pm

GoonerAlexis wrote:RUSSIAN AIRSTRIKES

Russia is evil and it must be confronted. It is not our ally.

After ISIS, Putin has to go so that there is World Peace. We also need a 40-50 year period minimum of Syria/Iraq being ruled from abroad to stablise it.


Dude I like you most of the time but your political world views are a car crash. lol

Are you advocating war with Russia as well?

Why are you not signing up for Armed service may I ask? so willing to have others fight these wars in your stead?
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Re: Air strikes on Syria

Postby DiamondGooner » Fri Dec 04, 2015 6:23 pm

Trina wrote:
Callum wrote:Since when did opposing airstrikes become equatable with us not aiding our allies?

Nobody is saying that ISIL aren't a massive problem that need to be dealt with, they're saying that bombing Syria isn't the best way to defeat them. Opposing airstrikes isn't the same as saying we should do nothing.


Spot on. I've seen so many comments in papers and online saying if you oppose airstrikes you support Syria and don't care about the victims in France!


Its the same media "name & shame" pressure they applied to people after 9/11 when people were like "hold on a minute, why did building 3 collapse when it wasn't even hit and is nowhere near the two towers??" US media turns round is like OMG you're terrorist sympathisers!! its just a way to shut you up, its an old tactic to stop people who actually want to ask sensible questions from doing so.

Also addressing Callums point, exactly, this bombing campaign is the tactical equivalent of lobbing bricks at a dart board when what your aiming for is a Bullseye.
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Re: Air strikes on Syria

Postby GoonerAlexandre » Fri Dec 04, 2015 6:25 pm

DiamondGooner wrote:
GoonerAlexis wrote:RUSSIAN AIRSTRIKES

Russia is evil and it must be confronted. It is not our ally.

After ISIS, Putin has to go so that there is World Peace. We also need a 40-50 year period minimum of Syria/Iraq being ruled from abroad to stablise it.


Dude I like you most of the time but your political world views are a car crash. lol

Are you advocating war with Russia as well?

Why are you not signing up for Armed service may I ask? so willing to have others fight these wars in your stead?

No, I am advocating taking down Putin through more covert means, and opposing him where possible like Turkey did. We have the capability to shoot down any jets that violate our borders, and should do so
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Re: Air strikes on Syria

Postby Banquo » Fri Dec 04, 2015 6:33 pm

DiamondGooner wrote:
Trina wrote:
Callum wrote:Since when did opposing airstrikes become equatable with us not aiding our allies?

Nobody is saying that ISIL aren't a massive problem that need to be dealt with, they're saying that bombing Syria isn't the best way to defeat them. Opposing airstrikes isn't the same as saying we should do nothing.


Spot on. I've seen so many comments in papers and online saying if you oppose airstrikes you support Syria and don't care about the victims in France!


Its the same media "name & shame" pressure they applied to people after 9/11 when people were like "hold on a minute, why did building 3 collapse when it wasn't even hit and is nowhere near the two towers??" US media turns round is like OMG you're terrorist sympathisers!! its just a way to shut you up, its an old tactic to stop people who actually want to ask sensible questions from doing so.

Also addressing Callums point, exactly, this bombing campaign is the tactical equivalent of lobbing bricks at a dart board when what your aiming for is a Bullseye.

Don't mention the nano-thermite particles found surrounding the World Trade Centre site following the collapses. No.
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Re: Air strikes on Syria

Postby GoonerAlexandre » Fri Dec 04, 2015 6:41 pm

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Re: Air strikes on Syria

Postby Banquo » Fri Dec 04, 2015 7:23 pm

GoonerAlexis wrote:http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-3345489/Cameron-s-dodgy-dossier-MoD-rubbished-claim-70-000-anti-ISIS-fighters-Syria-PM-used-anyway.html#comments

Hmmmm.....

Not sure I've quite grasped your point there...
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Re: Air strikes on Syria

Postby CukiZeGerman » Sat Dec 05, 2015 2:08 am

Seriously liked the point(s) Nawaz made
http://youtu.be/pbOfKVAmc3s
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Re: Air strikes on Syria

Postby Santi » Sat Dec 05, 2015 12:07 pm

Banquo wrote:
DiamondGooner wrote:
Trina wrote:
Callum wrote:Since when did opposing airstrikes become equatable with us not aiding our allies?

Nobody is saying that ISIL aren't a massive problem that need to be dealt with, they're saying that bombing Syria isn't the best way to defeat them. Opposing airstrikes isn't the same as saying we should do nothing.


Spot on. I've seen so many comments in papers and online saying if you oppose airstrikes you support Syria and don't care about the victims in France!


Its the same media "name & shame" pressure they applied to people after 9/11 when people were like "hold on a minute, why did building 3 collapse when it wasn't even hit and is nowhere near the two towers??" US media turns round is like OMG you're terrorist sympathisers!! its just a way to shut you up, its an old tactic to stop people who actually want to ask sensible questions from doing so.

Also addressing Callums point, exactly, this bombing campaign is the tactical equivalent of lobbing bricks at a dart board when what your aiming for is a Bullseye.

Don't mention the nano-thermite particles found surrounding the World Trade Centre site following the collapses. No.


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Re: Air strikes on Syria

Postby Sims » Sat Dec 05, 2015 1:29 pm

The reptilian overlords done 9/11 imo
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Re: Air strikes on Syria

Postby Callum » Sat Dec 05, 2015 11:19 pm

Stabbing incident at Leytonestone station, the perpetrator declared "this is for Syria".

Good to know that dropping bombs on Syria is making us safer at home.
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Re: Air strikes on Syria

Postby Santi » Sun Dec 06, 2015 12:23 am

Callum wrote:Stabbing incident at Leytonestone station, the perpetrator declared "this is for Syria".

Good to know that dropping bombs on Syria is making us safer at home.



well tbf least it brings the knobjockeys out of the woodwork.
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Re: Air strikes on Syria

Postby Zedie » Sun Dec 06, 2015 1:27 am

Apparently he was being treated for mental health problems, not sure how much this will get highlighted in the coming weeks though.

Shame we are cutting all that adult social care budget to, you know, bomb the f**k out of a bombed out husk of a country.
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Re: Air strikes on Syria

Postby Cripps » Sun Dec 06, 2015 1:30 am

Callum wrote:Stabbing incident at Leytonestone station, the perpetrator declared "this is for Syria".

Good to know that dropping bombs on Syria is making us safer at home.

Cos of this c*** it took me ages to get home. Police everywhere.
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Re: Air strikes on Syria

Postby GoonerAlexandre » Sun Dec 06, 2015 7:50 am

Yes, let's surrender to ISIS because they might cause a terrorist attack here.
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Re: Air strikes on Syria

Postby UFGN » Sun Dec 06, 2015 7:53 am

GoonerAlexis wrote:Yes, let's surrender to ISIS because they might cause a terrorist attack here.


Stop wasting people's time with your bullshit
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