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Re: france under attack

Postby DrCyprus » Mon Nov 16, 2015 1:27 am

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They are executions. The method is irrelevant at the end of the day isn't it?



The method might be irrelevant to an extremist Nazi such as yourself, but to the rest of us it's a dark reminder of who is funding ISIS.


Paphitis wrote:Really? Capital Punishment is a dark reminder of who is funding ISIL is it? How so? I fail to see it myself!


I thought it was pretty explicit I commented on the method. ISIS also behead their victims, just like their main funders Saudi Arabia.

Paphitis wrote:And, Saudi Arabia do not fund ISIL. They want the complete destruction of Saudi Arabia to make way for the Caliphate.


Saudi Arabia want the pro-Russian baathists out of Syria. Noone really cares what ISIL want. Let me know when ISIL executes a terrorist attack in Riyadh.

Paphitis wrote:Saudi Arabia are funding the FSA! The FSA are fighting ISIL! Get it right or just take your computer back to the shop because you are too stupid to have it.


I admire your zeal in accentuating the difference, but they are frankly irrelevant. All of the FSA mercenaries just defected to ISIL so they could earn more money. The ones left... I will freely shed a tear for them.

Paphitis wrote:Executions are the same all over. Whether it's by beheading or lethal injection. But out of all the methods, beheading by a swift blow of the scimitar might be the swiftest death of all. Don't know and don't care to find out either.


Eugenics, executions, blind nationalism a.k.a "I will support my country even when they are wrong"... You must have had a great education... back in the 19th century.
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Re: france under attack

Postby Paphitis » Mon Nov 16, 2015 10:25 am

DrCyprus wrote:
DrCyprus wrote:
Paphitis wrote:
They are executions. The method is irrelevant at the end of the day isn't it?



The method might be irrelevant to an extremist Nazi such as yourself, but to the rest of us it's a dark reminder of who is funding ISIS.


Paphitis wrote:Really? Capital Punishment is a dark reminder of who is funding ISIL is it? How so? I fail to see it myself!


I thought it was pretty explicit I commented on the method. ISIS also behead their victims, just like their main funders Saudi Arabia.

Paphitis wrote:And, Saudi Arabia do not fund ISIL. They want the complete destruction of Saudi Arabia to make way for the Caliphate.


Saudi Arabia want the pro-Russian baathists out of Syria. Noone really cares what ISIL want. Let me know when ISIL executes a terrorist attack in Riyadh.

Paphitis wrote:Saudi Arabia are funding the FSA! The FSA are fighting ISIL! Get it right or just take your computer back to the shop because you are too stupid to have it.


I admire your zeal in accentuating the difference, but they are frankly irrelevant. All of the FSA mercenaries just defected to ISIL so they could earn more money. The ones left... I will freely shed a tear for them.

Paphitis wrote:Executions are the same all over. Whether it's by beheading or lethal injection. But out of all the methods, beheading by a swift blow of the scimitar might be the swiftest death of all. Don't know and don't care to find out either.


Eugenics, executions, blind nationalism a.k.a "I will support my country even when they are wrong"... You must have had a great education... back in the 19th century.


Oh dear! You are being very simplistic and stupid.

Saudi Arabia uses beheadings as the primary method of execution for convicted criminals for offences which have mandatory Capital Punishment and only after a trial after their particular legal processes are exhausted. They may lack some processes and their laws might be unjust according to Western Standards but it is what it is.

ISIL behead innocent people as a form of terrorism. There is no comparison.

Quite some time ago, FSA were infiltrated with persons who had a fundamentalist Islamic mindset. However, the FSA is led by some Syrian Military defectors who are more secular and who do not have Islamist Ambitions.

And yes, I make no apology for supporting my country. Russia can get stuffed! Pootin is an idiot! Pure and simple. It's absolute as far as I am concerned. The Americans need to take responsibility and fuck him right up. Pity we have Obama right now.

Bush is the man and bring it on. I would be happy with Goerge W. Guy had a dick whereas I think Obama is a transvestite.
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Re: france under attack

Postby Paphitis » Mon Nov 16, 2015 10:29 am

Where is that Sarah Palestinian n. I think she's got a dick too!
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Re: france under attack

Postby DrCyprus » Mon Nov 16, 2015 10:48 am

Excuse me Paphitis, but you are being very simplistic and stupid,

ISIL uses beheadings as the primary method of execution for deviants and criminals for offences which have mandatory Capital Punishment according to the holy Quran and only after a trial after their particular legal processes are exhausted. They may lack "some" processes and their laws might be unjust according to Western Standards but it is what it is. I do not support this view, I´m just typing it out to demonstrate the stupid and biased nature of your criminal post.

Saudi Arabia mostly behead political prisoners and dissidents. The trials carried out by the Saudis are unfair, undemocratic and only have the goal to undermine terrorise and control their own population. One great example of this criminal and unjust behaviour is the case of Ali Mohammed Baqir who was sentenced to death because he "encouraged pro-democracy protests" by posting stuff online with his blackberry phone.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ali_Moham ... ir_al-Nimr
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Re: france under attack

Postby Get Real! » Mon Nov 16, 2015 11:45 am

After practicing for around two years the French air force FINALLY manage to hit an ISIS target or two!

Amazing!

Gee... what happened my froggy friends? :? :lol:
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Re: france under attack

Postby Paphitis » Mon Nov 16, 2015 2:40 pm

Get Real! wrote:After practicing for around two years the French air force FINALLY manage to hit an ISIS target or two!

Amazing!

Gee... what happened my froggy friends? :? :lol:


They have hot way more than that. These are just the ones they want the world to know about.

Last month the RAAF released data that they had hit over 450 ISIL targets in a few months. That is a fleet of 8 operational Super Hornets only. Imagine what the Americans and French have done!
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Re: france under attack

Postby Paphitis » Mon Nov 16, 2015 2:43 pm

DrCyprus wrote:Excuse me Paphitis, but you are being very simplistic and stupid,

ISIL uses beheadings as the primary method of execution for deviants and criminals for offences which have mandatory Capital Punishment according to the holy Quran and only after a trial after their particular legal processes are exhausted. They may lack "some" processes and their laws might be unjust according to Western Standards but it is what it is. I do not support this view, I´m just typing it out to demonstrate the stupid and biased nature of your criminal post.

Saudi Arabia mostly behead political prisoners and dissidents. The trials carried out by the Saudis are unfair, undemocratic and only have the goal to undermine terrorise and control their own population. One great example of this criminal and unjust behaviour is the case of Ali Mohammed Baqir who was sentenced to death because he "encouraged pro-democracy protests" by posting stuff online with his blackberry phone.

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No I think you are being simplistic. Saudi Arabia has its laws and I don't think they care if you or I like them or not. It's the law! Simple as that. You don't go to KSA to fuck around because of it.

Other than that, the Saudis are some of the nicest people on the planet!

As an Aussie, I don't like American Capital Punishment either but it is what it is.

Far worse than Saudi Law is the Iranian practice of stoning women for adultery or public hangings for being homosexual.
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Re: france under attack

Postby Lordo » Mon Nov 16, 2015 3:05 pm

you are a very sick bastard
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Re: france under attack

Postby Paphitis » Mon Nov 16, 2015 3:09 pm

Lordo wrote:you are a very sick bastard


Think of all your tax money we Aussies have saved you! You got everything on a platter!

Now, I think Australia deserves your gratitude! Say thank you!
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Re: france under attack

Postby DrCyprus » Mon Nov 16, 2015 4:59 pm

Paphitis wrote:No I think you are being simplistic. Saudi Arabia has its laws and I don't think they care if you or I like them or not. It's the law! Simple as that. You don't go to KSA to fuck around because of it.

Other than that, the Saudis are some of the nicest people on the planet!

As an Aussie, I don't like American Capital Punishment either but it is what it is.

Far worse than Saudi Law is the Iranian practice of stoning women for adultery or public hangings for being homosexual.


Was this strand of barren words supposed to add value to your arguments.

Paphitis wrote: Saudi Arabia has its laws and I don't think they care if you or I like them or not. It's the law!


Just because something is "the law!", that doesn't mean you cannot critisise or scrutinise it or compare it with other subhuman "laws".


Paphitis wrote: Other than that, the Saudis are some of the nicest people on the planet!


All humans are generally nice. Laws are not humans, and the people who voted most Saudi laws are not humane.
Believing that what you wrote is an adequate response to my argument is just an indication of your intellectual and moral poverty.



Paphitis wrote:As an Aussie, I don't like American Capital Punishment either but it is what it is.

Far worse than Saudi Law is the Iranian practice of stoning women for adultery or public hangings for being homosexual.


Spare us the off-topic tangents.
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