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Re: Why can't even the eu apply pressure for Turkey to withd

Postby Lordo » Wed Sep 02, 2015 9:28 pm

explain this you stupid old fool. these people get on boats and are accepted once they are on the boats. so why the fuck do they not let them through thrace so they wouldnt fuckin drown. today they picked up a 3 years old boy and his 5 years old brothers bodies out of the water. what the hell is the matter with greace.

whats with that expalin yourself.
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Re: Why can't even the eu apply pressure for Turkey to withd

Postby miltiades » Wed Sep 02, 2015 9:33 pm

Lordo wrote:explain this you stupid old fool. these people get on boats and are accepted once they are on the boats. so why the fuck do they not let them through thrace so they wouldnt fuckin drown. today they picked up a 3 years old boy and his 5 years old brothers bodies out of the water. what the hell is the matter with greace.

whats with that expalin yourself.

Thousands upon thousands dying to get out of their shitholes and escape into the civilized West.
Does this answer your question arsehole ?
I suppose you blame the West for their plight do you.
In Germany where some 800 thousand have thus far arrived paradise is waiting for them , in the shit holes they came out of they would have to blow themselves up to get to paradise.
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Re: Why can't even the eu apply pressure for Turkey to withd

Postby Get Real! » Wed Sep 02, 2015 9:43 pm

miltiades wrote:I suppose you blame the West for their plight do you.

:shock: :shock: :shock: :shock:

Fkale bonima skato gobrano bou enna ironeftis dounton kosmo pezevenk! :evil:
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Re: Why can't even the eu apply pressure for Turkey to withd

Postby Lordo » Wed Sep 02, 2015 10:09 pm

miltiades wrote:
Lordo wrote:explain this you stupid old fool. these people get on boats and are accepted once they are on the boats. so why the fuck do they not let them through thrace so they wouldnt fuckin drown. today they picked up a 3 years old boy and his 5 years old brothers bodies out of the water. what the hell is the matter with greace.

whats with that expalin yourself.

Thousands upon thousands dying to get out of their shitholes and escape into the civilized West.
Does this answer your question arsehole ?
I suppose you blame the West for their plight do you.
In Germany where some 800 thousand have thus far arrived paradise is waiting for them , in the shit holes they came out of they would have to blow themselves up to get to paradise.

you are the most disgusting brainless bastard i have ever come across. these people were very happy with their lot till your bastard friends the yanks decided to arm isil and the rest of the bastards. you obnoxious stupid little shit. over 200,000 people have been killed thanks to your friends you miserable excuse for a human being.
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Re: Why can't even the eu apply pressure for Turkey to withd

Postby Garavnoss » Thu Sep 03, 2015 12:01 am

Garavnoss wrote:Look around you folks, thousands drowning in the Med, migrants suffering everywhere and the innocents of ALL conflicts paying the price for the aggression of the Western powers.

Turkey is a load of Bollocks, just like the rest of us. 8)


The humanitarian crisis which now exists is the aftermath of the unlawful attack on Iraq, it has been a slowly developing/increasing problem and will be with us for a long time yet.

If you are of the opinion that you should blindly believe only that which you are told to believe, or that which you read or view on the television screens, then you will never be able to determine the source of the unrest that now exists in so many regions of the world.

Time to wake up folks, SEE for yourselves, THINK for yourselves and FEEL for the sufferings of your fellow beings.

Miltiades "LikassAkis" is a dead man, he has never lived, he will never learn how to and he is a disgrace to humanity. 8)
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Re: Why can't even the eu apply pressure for Turkey to withd

Postby Paphitis » Thu Sep 03, 2015 12:33 am

DEASH was born in Syria and had nothing to do with Iraq until they invaded it.
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Re: Why can't even the eu apply pressure for Turkey to withd

Postby Paphitis » Thu Sep 03, 2015 1:03 am

It's quite disappointing that you all make it all up as you go along.

As I said, DAESH had nothing to do with Iraq or the War in Iraq. It would have established itself there even if Saddam was in power as it did in Syria whilst the Alawites were in power under Assad.

The reason WHY all these groups developed in Syria is precisely because of the Alawite Regime. The West has been advocating from a Gentle Transition (regime change) for many years before the fighting began precisely to allow other groups in Syria the opportunity to participate in that countries institutions. Unfortunately that did not happen.

If the West was to support anyone, it would be the secular leadership of the Free Syrian Army, led by former Officers of the Syrian Army and who were loyal to the West and wanting regime change. There is no need for the West to provide any support to any other groups such as DAESH, Al Nusra, Mujahideen or Al QAEDA.

The Peshmerga and YPK Zenar are however receiving arms, and training from the West and that is a fact. Troops are even deployed among them so Turkey can't get away with playing anymore games either.
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Re: Why can't even the eu apply pressure for Turkey to withd

Postby Garavnoss » Thu Sep 03, 2015 1:13 am

The humanitarian crisis which now exists is the aftermath of the unlawful attack on Iraq, it has been a slowly developing/increasing problem and will be with us for a long time yet. 8)
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Re: Why can't even the eu apply pressure for Turkey to withd

Postby Paphitis » Thu Sep 03, 2015 1:35 am

Garavnoss wrote:The humanitarian crisis which now exists is the aftermath of the unlawful attack on Iraq, it has been a slowly developing/increasing problem and will be with us for a long time yet. 8)


You mean the humanitarian crisis in Syria!

Iraq is still holding together quite well. DAESH has been contained and they have even lost ground in certain places.
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Re: Why can't even the eu apply pressure for Turkey to withd

Postby Garavnoss » Thu Sep 03, 2015 6:02 am

Paphitis wrote:
Garavnoss wrote:The humanitarian crisis which now exists is the aftermath of the unlawful attack on Iraq, it has been a slowly developing/increasing problem and will be with us for a long time yet. 8)


You mean the humanitarian crisis in Syria!

Iraq is still holding together quite well. DAESH has been contained and they have even lost ground in certain places.


It would appear that you are transfixed with the Syrian situation and are quite content to ignore ALL the events in and around the Middle East [and other regions] which preceded the descent into chaos which now prevails there.

Whatever excuses the Western forces [particularly America, Great Britain and Israel] may proffer in defence of their military and political manoeuvres, it is an undeniable fact that the [relatively recent in terms of history] upheavals that have taken place in and around the Middle East [and other regions] are a direct result of the unlawful attack upon the almost defenceless citizens of Iraq.

Therefore, [as indicated above] I maintain my opinion that the Western forces mentioned, are wholly responsible for ALL the mayhem which has developed since such unlawful attack and that the humanitarian crisis is the culmination of it......thus far.

Only the Almighty knows what may come next and it is no surprise to me that there are those who are prepared to rise up and fight the aggressors, employing whatever means they may have or may come into their possession, good luck to them and if the outcome is a lesson which teaches the bullying forces of the West to mind their own business, DOUBLE good luck to them.

Ultimately the Western aggressors will foot the bill for their interference and unlawful action and , as usual, the ordinary citizens of such nations will suffer the hardships their political and military leaders have imposed upon them..... they are suffering already. 8)
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