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Turkey shuts US-NATO arms corridor
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Post: #31
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The Ghost of David Carradine  Wrote: (06-22-2013 06:32 PM)
•REC  Wrote: (06-22-2013 06:25 PM)
The Ghost of David Carradine  Wrote: (06-22-2013 06:21 PM)
Imaginary victims?

100,000 people have died in this conflict already.

WTF?



Honestly, WTF?


Do goyim just not count as casualties in your world, RECstein?

Don't worry Dave, I'm not Jewish. Cheers

Just a neocon idiot, huh?

Well, I'm certainly not a neocon...

As for being an idiot, you're the one who seems unable to understand a very simple sentence. Cheers
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Joshua Flynn
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Post: #32
Turkey shuts US-NATO arms corridor
•REC  Wrote: (06-22-2013 06:32 PM)
Joshua Flynn  Wrote: (06-22-2013 06:27 PM)
The Ghost of David Carradine  Wrote: (06-22-2013 06:21 PM)
Imaginary victims?

100,000 people have died in this conflict already.

WTF?



Honestly, WTF?


Do goyim just not count as casualties in your world, RECstein?

Rec likes to think no people were harmed in the making of this war.

At least, not harmed by rebels.

(Imaginary victims, I suppose denial is the most predictable of all responses.)

"imaginary victims of Nato"

It's really not difficult to understand. Well, not for everyone else other than you two. Cheers

The UN are part of NATO right?

(I suppose if you're willing to ignore the undercover officers killed in the conflict, ones from the SAS and CIA in their training of Syrian rebels)

Two UN troops injured in Golan heights border.

Carbomb kills 6 UN troops in Lebanon.

Ah, but it's a NATO-victimless war.

(Not that, you know, they deserved it or anything for the fact they started it.)

How to filter radioactive water:
http://www.oism.org/nwss/s73p919.htm

Disturbed  Wrote: (01-03-2014 07:10 AM)
Would be really nice to get rid of some of the OCD here.
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Post: #33
Turkey shuts US-NATO arms corridor
•REC  Wrote: (06-22-2013 06:35 PM)
The Ghost of David Carradine  Wrote: (06-22-2013 06:32 PM)
•REC  Wrote: (06-22-2013 06:25 PM)
Don't worry Dave, I'm not Jewish. Cheers

Just a neocon idiot, huh?

Well, I'm certainly not a neocon...

As for being an idiot, you're the one who seems unable to understand a very simple sentence. Cheers

A factually incorrect sentence at that.

How to filter radioactive water:
http://www.oism.org/nwss/s73p919.htm

Disturbed  Wrote: (01-03-2014 07:10 AM)
Would be really nice to get rid of some of the OCD here.
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Post: #34
Turkey shuts US-NATO arms corridor
•REC  Wrote: (06-22-2013 06:35 PM)
The Ghost of David Carradine  Wrote: (06-22-2013 06:32 PM)
•REC  Wrote: (06-22-2013 06:25 PM)
Don't worry Dave, I'm not Jewish. Cheers

Just a neocon idiot, huh?

Well, I'm certainly not a neocon...

As for being an idiot, you're the one who seems unable to understand a very simple sentence. Cheers
REC, if you aren't a neocon, you are unwittingly carrying water for them -- and the military indsutrial complex (and the banks, the big oil firms, and the Israel lobby etc.)

A useful idiot.


But go ahead, buy everything the MSM is spewing out about Assad and why we need to support the "rebels" -- the largest group of which claims to be in alliance with al Qaeda.

Drink deep of the cognitive dissonance coolaid.

Enjoy.

Don't let me stop you.

Just know that most people ain't drinkin' it this time around.

You're losing them.


They've stopped being sheeple and they are becoming people again and you and your crew should be scared indeed.
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Post: #35
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Joshua Flynn  Wrote: (06-22-2013 06:43 PM)
•REC  Wrote: (06-22-2013 06:32 PM)
Joshua Flynn  Wrote: (06-22-2013 06:27 PM)
Rec likes to think no people were harmed in the making of this war.

At least, not harmed by rebels.

(Imaginary victims, I suppose denial is the most predictable of all responses.)

"imaginary victims of Nato"

It's really not difficult to understand. Well, not for everyone else other than you two. Cheers

The UN are part of NATO right?

(I suppose if you're willing to ignore the undercover officers killed in the conflict, ones from the SAS and CIA in their training of Syrian rebels)

Two UN troops injured in Golan heights border.

Carbomb kills 6 UN troops in Lebanon.

Ah, but it's a NATO-victimless war.

(Not that, you know, they deserved it or anything for the fact they started it.)

A car bombing from 2007?

I was talking about the imaginary Syrian civilians killed by Nato as opposed to the actual 40-50 civilians killed daily by Syrian forces.

I have no idea what you are wittering on about. Cheers
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Post: #36
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My heart weeps for the victims of all violence



Hard to grasp what I cannot relate to, and a barbarity that should not be equated as "human" let alone "civilized"

Adding gasoline to a raging fire will not calm it!!!





I am not witnessing any of it first hand so I do not choose to argue nuances that are worthless


Death is final

Killing is brutal

War is never victorius


IT IS HELL


all out carnage and insanity


for naught


oil, money, drugs, weapons, in a vile way... all of it reduces divinty of man to brutish ignorance and squalor

The will of God will never take you
to where the grace of God will not protect you.
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Post: #37
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These are REC's FSA 'freedom fighters' and the 'nice things' they do to people.





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Post: #38
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a contingent of 700 US military personal left in Jordan to secure arm shipments and to man patriot missile batteries. the report insinuates Turkey closing the corridor is something that is contrary to US policy in the region. the US, wishes to be in Jordan. this is nothing more then political cover.
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Post: #39
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34 Syrian civilians were killed yesterday by Regime forces.

This has happened every day for 500 days. Cheers


In Aleppo: 3 men were killed by aeral bombardment on the Menbej city of Reef Aleppo. 3 civilians, including 2 children, were killed by pro regime militants on the road to Khanaser town of Reef al-Safira city. 1 man died of wounds received 2 days earlier by bombardment on the al-Za'lana village.

- In al-Raqqa 1 child was killed by a shell that fell on the al-Raqqa city.

- In Dera'a 4 civilians were killed. 1 child was killed by bombardment on the al-Yadouda town. 1 man was shot by sniper in Dera'a city. 1 man was shot by regular forces in the al-Msaymiya village of Reef Dera'a. 1 man from the Ankhel town was killed by a shell that fell on the Souq al-Hal area of Damascus city.

- In Idlib 5 civilians were killed. 3 men were killed by shells that fell on the towns and villages of Sarmin, M'arata and Kafrouma. 1 man from the Kafrsajna town was killed when his car was targeted north of M'aret al-Nu'man city.

- In Damascus 4 civilians (3 children and 1 woman) were killed by regime bombardment on the al-Qaboun neighbourhood and clashes in the outskirts of the neighbourhood.

- In Deir Izzor 2 children were killed by bombardment on the Mouhasan town of Reef Deir Izzor.

- In Hama 11 civilians were killed. 1 from the Wadi al-Horaniya neighbourhood of Hama city was tortured to death under regime detainment. A woman and her child were killed by bombardment on the al-A'miqa village of Reef Hama. 8 civilians, including 1 woman and 3 unidentified, from Hama city were summarily executed by pro regime militants near the al-Hola area of Reef Homs on their way back from Lebanon, based on activists.

- 1 civilian and 2 rebel fighters have been documented as killed by clashes with regular forces and by shells in several Syrian areas.


via SOHR
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Post: #40
Turkey shuts US-NATO arms corridor
•REC  Wrote: (06-22-2013 06:58 PM)
Joshua Flynn  Wrote: (06-22-2013 06:43 PM)
•REC  Wrote: (06-22-2013 06:32 PM)
"imaginary victims of Nato"

It's really not difficult to understand. Well, not for everyone else other than you two. Cheers

The UN are part of NATO right?

(I suppose if you're willing to ignore the undercover officers killed in the conflict, ones from the SAS and CIA in their training of Syrian rebels)

Two UN troops injured in Golan heights border.

Carbomb kills 6 UN troops in Lebanon.

Ah, but it's a NATO-victimless war.

(Not that, you know, they deserved it or anything for the fact they started it.)

A car bombing from 2007?

I was talking about the imaginary Syrian civilians killed by Nato as opposed to the actual 40-50 civilians killed daily by Syrian forces.

I have no idea what you are wittering on about. Cheers

I like how you sidestepped the SAS and CIA links.

As well as the Golan heights thing.

Cherry picking fallacies as usual Rec.

How to filter radioactive water:
http://www.oism.org/nwss/s73p919.htm

Disturbed  Wrote: (01-03-2014 07:10 AM)
Would be really nice to get rid of some of the OCD here.
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•REC  Wrote: (06-22-2013 07:15 PM)
34 Syrian civilians were killed yesterday by Regime forces.

60 shi'ites killed by syrian rebels in eastern town.

But hey, who's counting, right wRec?

(Barbarity makes people barbaric, right?)

•REC  Wrote: (06-22-2013 07:15 PM)
This has happened every day for 500 days. Cheers

I suppose they count them out 34 at a time for 500 days straight?

Nah, evidence of your wildly exaggerated claims first, Rec.

How to filter radioactive water:
http://www.oism.org/nwss/s73p919.htm

Disturbed  Wrote: (01-03-2014 07:10 AM)
Would be really nice to get rid of some of the OCD here.
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Post: #42
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Yet another chance missed to condemn the brutal Syrian regime.

Regular pattern now.
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Post: #43
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•REC  Wrote: (06-22-2013 07:26 PM)
Yet another chance missed to condemn the brutal Syrian regime.

Regular pattern now.

Stop supporting terrorism by giving aid and comfort to the al Qaeda enemy, REC.
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Post: #44
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Joshua Flynn  Wrote: (06-22-2013 06:43 PM)
•REC  Wrote: (06-22-2013 06:32 PM)
Joshua Flynn  Wrote: (06-22-2013 06:27 PM)
Rec likes to think no people were harmed in the making of this war.

At least, not harmed by rebels.

(Imaginary victims, I suppose denial is the most predictable of all responses.)

"imaginary victims of Nato"

It's really not difficult to understand. Well, not for everyone else other than you two. Cheers

The UN are part of NATO right?

(I suppose if you're willing to ignore the undercover officers killed in the conflict, ones from the SAS and CIA in their training of Syrian rebels)

Two UN troops injured in Golan heights border.

Carbomb kills 6 UN troops in Lebanon.

Ah, but it's a NATO-victimless war.

(Not that, you know, they deserved it or anything for the fact they started it.)


Sow and reap


Perhaps the acts that UN/NATO committed in the Congo in the forties has returned home to roost???



LoP Guest  Wrote: (06-22-2013 07:10 PM)
a contingent of 700 US military personal left in Jordan to secure arm shipments and to man patriot missile batteries. the report insinuates Turkey closing the corridor is something that is contrary to US policy in the region. the US, wishes to be in Jordan. this is nothing more then political cover.

a blanket for those playing undercover...

The will of God will never take you
to where the grace of God will not protect you.
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Post: #45
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The Ghost of David Carradine  Wrote: (06-22-2013 07:29 PM)
•REC  Wrote: (06-22-2013 07:26 PM)
Yet another chance missed to condemn the brutal Syrian regime.

Regular pattern now.

Stop supporting terrorism by giving aid and comfort to the al Qaeda enemy, REC.

Now who's the neocon?

No one is giving aid to Al Qaeda.
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