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  1. Standard memberGrampy Bobby
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    02 Dec '15 19:06
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    What devastation!

    Of course, No.
  2. Standard memberSeitse
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    02 Dec '15 19:251 edit
    Hypocrites, waving your imperialist flags under which Honduras,
    Chile, Nicaragua, Iraq, Iran, El Salvador, Guatemala, and many, many
    other countries have been devastated by your green-dressed
    child killers... and now you're all like "no no please no"?

    Eat dirt and get a paper cut, bobble heads.
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    02 Dec '15 19:47
    Originally posted by Seitse
    Hypocrites, waving your imperialist flags under which Honduras,
    Chile, Nicaragua, Iraq, Iran, El Salvador, Guatemala, and many, many
    other countries have been devastated by your green-dressed
    child killers... and now you're all like "no no please no"?

    Eat dirt and get a paper cut, bobble heads.
    its a massive yes from me.
    time to show the world why we are great britain
  4. Mar-a-Lago
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    02 Dec '15 20:08
    Darn.
    I watched the video and thought Detroit is sure looking better these days.
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    02 Dec '15 20:19
    Originally posted by Captain Strange
    Darn.
    I watched the video and thought Detroit is sure looking better these days.
    i thought more like liverpool, but much nicer

    sorry basically stole you"re joke,
  6. Standard memberHandyAndy
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    02 Dec '15 21:08
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    What do airstrikes in Syria have to do with Ukraine?
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    02 Dec '15 22:46
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    yes 397
    no 223

    good to see some backbone
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    02 Dec '15 22:48
    Bombing is a real no brainer, Islamic state will merely go underground and regroup. They hypocrisy of Europe and the Americans is that they are willing to support a state like Saudi Arabia and condemn one like the Assad government in Syrian on the basis of human rights abuses? The president of the USA has stated that Assads own people do not want him which is a nonsense, infact he has the support of the Syrian Shias, the minorities including the Syrian Christians and the Syrian Army. Its regimes like Saudi Arabia who are Sunni who have been pouring money into state sponsored terrorism because they are anti Shia and the Americans naturally must back the Saudis because they buy billions of American arms every year. The entire western approach is one of moral hypocrisy and corporate greed.

    “The biggest beneficiary of the strong Middle Eastern market remains the US, with $8.4bn worth of Middle Eastern exports in 2014, compared to $6bn in 2013,” said the report.

    Who is the third and fourth biggest exporters of Arms to Saudi Arabia, France and the UK. Gee its no wonder they are lining up to side with the Sunnis against the Shias. Make no mistake about it, its not only a civil war, its a religious war as well.

    France was the third biggest exporter ($4.9bn) followed by Britain ($4.1bn) and Germany ($3.5 billion).

    http://www.theguardian.com/world/2015/mar/09/saudi-arabia-becomes-worlds-biggest-arms-importer
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    02 Dec '15 23:01
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    great speech, i wish there was no need to bomb, we in the uk will be even more of a target.

    RAF already in action
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    02 Dec '15 23:06
    Originally posted by robbie carrobie
    Bombing is a real no brainer, Islamic state will merely go underground and regroup. They hypocrisy of Europe and the Americans is that they are willing to support a state like Saudi Arabia and condemn one like the Assad government in Syrian on the basis of human rights abuses? The president of the USA has stated that Assads own people do not want hi ...[text shortened]...
    http://www.theguardian.com/world/2015/mar/09/saudi-arabia-becomes-worlds-biggest-arms-importer
    Lots of blame, accusations, complaints, rhetoric...

    Any solution you can provide would be nice to hear...
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    02 Dec '15 23:192 edits
    Originally posted by Landisqueen170
    Lots of blame, accusations, complaints, rhetoric...

    Any solution you can provide would be nice to hear...
    I don't believe I have professed to proffer a solution.

    Perhaps if the USA stopped invading sovereign states, deposing their regimes on the pretext of a pack of lies and awarding lucrative government contracts to individuals in its own administration it may help, don't you think?
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    02 Dec '15 23:21
    Originally posted by GHOST HUNTER
    yes 397
    no 223

    good to see some backbone
    Backbone is what is needed. The civilized world cannot tolerate such in-your-face blatant evil.
    War sucks. But what perhaps sucks even more is to stand by and ignore videotaped beheadings, the caging and burning alive of a human being, the executions of those unwilling to covert, the systematic abuse and exploitation of women and children, the bombing of an airliner full of civilians, the massacre of French citizens by cowardly killers who despise and reject their freedoms, their way of life, and will stop at nothing in an attempt to destroy...

    😠
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    02 Dec '15 23:27
    Originally posted by robbie carrobie
    I don't believe I have professed to proffer a solution.

    Perhaps if the USA stopped invading sovereign states, deposing their regimes on the pretext of a pack of lies and awarding lucrative government contracts to individuals in its own administration it may help, don't you think? lets think who you have proped up,
    Yea, yea, yea....America is the root of all that is wrong in the world. I get it.

    Just a friendly reminder - your nation has repeatedly stood side by side with ours in carrying out missions and addressing conflicts around the globe for decades 😉

    Offer solutions. Quit finger-pointing from your comfy home and tell us how to fix the world.
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    02 Dec '15 23:321 edit
    Originally posted by robbie carrobie
    Bombing is a real no brainer, Islamic state will merely go underground and regroup. They hypocrisy of Europe and the Americans is that they are willing to support a state like Saudi Arabia and condemn one like the Assad government in Syrian on the basis of human rights abuses? The president of the USA has stated that Assads own people do not want hi ...[text shortened]...
    http://www.theguardian.com/world/2015/mar/09/saudi-arabia-becomes-worlds-biggest-arms-importer
    Goodness, I actually agree with a lot of what Robbie says here.

    So we got Syria a land of 20 million people,about 4/5 the size of England.
    USA is bombing along with France,Turkey Israel and Saudi Arabia.
    Kurds attacking,US trained rebels attacking and ISIS attacking.

    Then we got Russia bombing,Iran bombing and China backing them against the West.
    Now we are going to start bombing.
    I saw a Syrian in Damascus being asked what he thought about UK bombing.
    We are tired of the bombing he said, now there's a surprise !
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    02 Dec '15 23:34
    Originally posted by Captain Strange
    Goodness, I actually agree with all Robbie says here.
    Just a friendly reminder - your nation has repeatedly stood side by side with ours in carrying out missions and addressing conflicts around the globe for decades 😉
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