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Re: Syria airstrikes: Cameron wins vote by majority of 174

Postby Paphitis » Fri Dec 04, 2015 12:48 am

miltiades wrote:Bashar Al- Assad ruled Syria with an iron fist much the same as his late father did years before him.

Russia is right in throwing her support behind the Syrian government, the West is WRONG in insisting on the removal of Assad and placating Turkey who opposes Assad. That Assad is a dictator is not disputed by anyone,


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Assad only rules for the minority Alawites and is now paying the price. Syrians don't want an iron first, they just want some fairness.
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Re: Syria airstrikes: Cameron wins vote by majority of 174

Postby Paphitis » Fri Dec 04, 2015 12:50 am

miltiades wrote:The religious savages have no place on earth, the quicker they are dispatched to meet their maker the better for civilization.

These medieval barbarians have to be exterminated for the sake of all decent Muslims.


Not all Syrians are savages and yet the majority of Syrians have no say in Syria which is WHY all of Assad's opposition forces are gaining strength and able to recruit.
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Re: Syria airstrikes: Cameron wins vote by majority of 174

Postby Paphitis » Fri Dec 04, 2015 12:51 am

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Get Real! wrote:Now that Russia has decimated ISIS, the criminal West is scrambling to take a pea shot at ISIS to declare victory! :lol:


No they are destroying Syrian infrastructure! Just heard it on the news Britain bombed Syrian well heads. :roll:


Which are being used by DAESH to fund their criminal activities.
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Re: Syria airstrikes: Cameron wins vote by majority of 174

Postby Paphitis » Fri Dec 04, 2015 12:54 am

miltiades wrote:
Lordo wrote:listen to this you stupid old fool to a human with conviction.

https://www.facebook.com/Mhairi.Black.SNP/videos/784073008388831/

That was then. Now is now. The civilized world can not sit back and watch these fucking barbarians spreading their twisted medieval ideology, they have to be eliminated once and for all. They are savages without the slightest amount of a so called religion in them.


You need to stop these characterizations of "Civilised world" and "Savages"

The Western World is no more civilised and Syrians are no more "savage" than the Western World, especially when you have huge shootouts on American Streets killing and wounding innocent passers by.

You're the savage!
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Re: Syria airstrikes: Cameron wins vote by majority of 174

Postby Paphitis » Fri Dec 04, 2015 12:57 am

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miltiades wrote:On the way home tonight I listened to the entire speech of Hilary Benn MP, on radio 4 in support of the motion debated on strikes against Daesh in Syria,

A brilliant speech eloquently and intelligently presented to the House and I confess that I could not have put the case better ....my self. Of course unlike my self Hilary did not use colourful words in describing these fucking good for nothing vicious barbaric bastards.

May their end soon come, and may the decent people of all faiths feel free to go about their business and social life without wondering if some barbarian screaming out allahuakbar starts to massacre anyone around.

These are Savages, fucking barbarians and it is the moral duty of the world to eliminate them NOW.



Obviously YOU would "Go with the Flow", after all, it's in all the newspapers BUT, consider this possibility:-

That as a result of the UK's desire to join forces with others [allowing the bases in Cyprus to be used for their attacks on Syria] it is now a distinct invitation for retaliatory action against the innocent civilians of Cyprus.

It is also probable that the UK will now be faced with retaliatory actions [in whatever form] and I suspect that the REAL reason for the sudden urgency [on the part of Cameron] is twofold.

1/ He, [like Tony Blair] wishes to be known as a "Wartime PM".

2/ HE, [along with his bloodthirsty Military associates] consider THIS action to be a good "Testing Ground" for their technologically superior missiles [or so they have boasted].

What's a few thousand innocent civilian lives when compared to such political self interest 'eh ?. 8)


We are ready for any attack against our interests in any part of the world, including Cyprus.

We will just hit them harder and harder because Cyprus is our ally just like France. Cyprus is a crucial part of our coalition alliance, and has our full support.
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Re: Syria airstrikes: Cameron wins vote by majority of 174

Postby miltiades » Fri Dec 04, 2015 5:36 am

Paphitis wrote:
miltiades wrote:Bashar Al- Assad ruled Syria with an iron fist much the same as his late father did years before him.

Russia is right in throwing her support behind the Syrian government, the West is WRONG in insisting on the removal of Assad and placating Turkey who opposes Assad. That Assad is a dictator is not disputed by anyone,


I suggest you log off and return your computer to the shop.

Assad only rules for the minority Alawites and is now paying the price. Syrians don't want an iron first, they just want some fairness.

No doubt that if Assad is removed, one way or another, he will be replaced by a benevolent ....Democrat, one who will rule Syria fairly, after all look at Libya, Iraq, Yemen, Saudi Arabia and all other ...democracies in the Arab world. :lol:

Mate, you are still wet behind the ears.
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Re: Syria airstrikes: Cameron wins vote by majority of 174

Postby Paphitis » Fri Dec 04, 2015 5:45 am

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Paphitis wrote:
miltiades wrote:Bashar Al- Assad ruled Syria with an iron fist much the same as his late father did years before him.

Russia is right in throwing her support behind the Syrian government, the West is WRONG in insisting on the removal of Assad and placating Turkey who opposes Assad. That Assad is a dictator is not disputed by anyone,


I suggest you log off and return your computer to the shop.

Assad only rules for the minority Alawites and is now paying the price. Syrians don't want an iron first, they just want some fairness.

No doubt that if Assad is removed, one way or another, he will be replaced by a benevolent ....Democrat, one who will rule Syria fairly, after all look at Libya, Iraq, Yemen, Saudi Arabia and all other ...democracies in the Arab world. :lol:

Mate, you are still wet behind the ears.


The issue is not whether Syria has an iron-fisted leader or whether it transitions to a democracy in the short term or not.

The issue that underlies the Syrian War in general is the fact that 13 million odd Syrians are excluded completely. So even a dictator who is willing to Govern in a non sectarian way is a step in the right direction. It's step one.

The fact you fail to recognise this would indicate to me that Garavnoss and Get Real are correct in giving you a hard time.
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Re: Syria airstrikes: Cameron wins vote by majority of 174

Postby Garavnoss » Fri Dec 04, 2015 6:00 am

Paphitis wrote:
Garavnoss wrote:
miltiades wrote:On the way home tonight I listened to the entire speech of Hilary Benn MP, on radio 4 in support of the motion debated on strikes against Daesh in Syria,

A brilliant speech eloquently and intelligently presented to the House and I confess that I could not have put the case better ....my self. Of course unlike my self Hilary did not use colourful words in describing these fucking good for nothing vicious barbaric bastards.

May their end soon come, and may the decent people of all faiths feel free to go about their business and social life without wondering if some barbarian screaming out allahuakbar starts to massacre anyone around.

These are Savages, fucking barbarians and it is the moral duty of the world to eliminate them NOW.



Obviously YOU would "Go with the Flow", after all, it's in all the newspapers BUT, consider this possibility:-

That as a result of the UK's desire to join forces with others [allowing the bases in Cyprus to be used for their attacks on Syria] it is now a distinct invitation for retaliatory action against the innocent civilians of Cyprus.

It is also probable that the UK will now be faced with retaliatory actions [in whatever form] and I suspect that the REAL reason for the sudden urgency [on the part of Cameron] is twofold.

1/ He, [like Tony Blair] wishes to be known as a "Wartime PM".

2/ HE, [along with his bloodthirsty Military associates] consider THIS action to be a good "Testing Ground" for their technologically superior missiles [or so they have boasted].

What's a few thousand innocent civilian lives when compared to such political self interest 'eh ?. 8)


We are ready for any attack against our interests in any part of the world, including Cyprus.

We will just hit them harder and harder because Cyprus is our ally just like France. Cyprus is a crucial part of our coalition alliance, and has our full support.



I am of the opinion [and I could be wrong obviously] that this action by the UK may well result in a concerted effort by the forces of IS to wreak vengeance upon the innocent civilians of Cyprus [and the UK] in response to it.

Certainly, there will now be an escalation of violence [outside the theatres of so-called WAR] and the death toll among civilians, will be the price that the British government will convince the gullible public that it should be prepared for in pursuit of victory.

How else could they justify their reasons to prosecute such a grave error in judgement except by NOW dragging their influence over Cyprus,into the same quagmire as they have placed themselves [more importantly the innocent civilian populations of both nations] ?.

The havoc now taking place in the Middle Eastern regions is easily traced back to past Western interference and everyone knows it. 8)
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Re: Syria airstrikes: Cameron wins vote by majority of 174

Postby Paphitis » Fri Dec 04, 2015 6:20 am

Garavnoss wrote:
Paphitis wrote:
Garavnoss wrote:
miltiades wrote:On the way home tonight I listened to the entire speech of Hilary Benn MP, on radio 4 in support of the motion debated on strikes against Daesh in Syria,

A brilliant speech eloquently and intelligently presented to the House and I confess that I could not have put the case better ....my self. Of course unlike my self Hilary did not use colourful words in describing these fucking good for nothing vicious barbaric bastards.

May their end soon come, and may the decent people of all faiths feel free to go about their business and social life without wondering if some barbarian screaming out allahuakbar starts to massacre anyone around.

These are Savages, fucking barbarians and it is the moral duty of the world to eliminate them NOW.



Obviously YOU would "Go with the Flow", after all, it's in all the newspapers BUT, consider this possibility:-

That as a result of the UK's desire to join forces with others [allowing the bases in Cyprus to be used for their attacks on Syria] it is now a distinct invitation for retaliatory action against the innocent civilians of Cyprus.

It is also probable that the UK will now be faced with retaliatory actions [in whatever form] and I suspect that the REAL reason for the sudden urgency [on the part of Cameron] is twofold.

1/ He, [like Tony Blair] wishes to be known as a "Wartime PM".

2/ HE, [along with his bloodthirsty Military associates] consider THIS action to be a good "Testing Ground" for their technologically superior missiles [or so they have boasted].

What's a few thousand innocent civilian lives when compared to such political self interest 'eh ?. 8)


We are ready for any attack against our interests in any part of the world, including Cyprus.

We will just hit them harder and harder because Cyprus is our ally just like France. Cyprus is a crucial part of our coalition alliance, and has our full support.



I am of the opinion [and I could be wrong obviously] that this action by the UK may well result in a concerted effort by the forces of IS to wreak vengeance upon the innocent civilians of Cyprus [and the UK] in response to it.

Certainly, there will now be an escalation of violence [outside the theatres of so-called WAR] and the death toll among civilians, will be the price that the British government will convince the gullible public that it should be prepared for in pursuit of victory.

How else could they justify their reasons to prosecute such a grave error in judgement except by NOW dragging their influence over Cyprus,into the same quagmire as they have placed themselves [more importantly the innocent civilian populations of both nations] ?.

The havoc now taking place in the Middle Eastern regions is easily traced back to past Western interference and everyone knows it. 8)


Maybe, however highly unlikely as there are targets of higher value for DAESH.

But even if Cyprus is targeted, that is STILL no reason NOT to fight DAESH till its complete eradication from the face.

Cyprus has voiced its support for the coalition since day 1. The fact Cyprus is being used as a base will make no difference. Cypriots have the bollocks to cope I am sure, just like the Americans, French, Australians and Brits.

Civilians are not being targeted by Britain or its coalition partners. We will leave these War Crimes to Pootin who likes to bomb suburbs of Damascus controlled by FSA.
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Re: Syria airstrikes: Cameron wins vote by majority of 174

Postby miltiades » Fri Dec 04, 2015 7:01 am

Paphitis wrote:
miltiades wrote:
Lordo wrote:listen to this you stupid old fool to a human with conviction.

https://www.facebook.com/Mhairi.Black.SNP/videos/784073008388831/

That was then. Now is now. The civilized world can not sit back and watch these fucking barbarians spreading their twisted medieval ideology, they have to be eliminated once and for all. They are savages without the slightest amount of a so called religion in them.


You need to stop these characterizations of "Civilised world" and "Savages"

The Western World is no more civilised and Syrians are no more "savage" than the Western World, especially when you have huge shootouts on American Streets killing and wounding innocent passers by.

You're the savage!

Boy, everyone on this forum knows that when I refer to Savages Im referring to Daesh NOT THE SYRIAN PEOPLE YOU STUPID NAIVE BOY.
Hilary Benn was also referring to Daesh when he said this in his speech NOT THE SYRIAN PEOPLE YOU BLITHERING MORON.
" "We are here faced by fascists - not just their calculated brutality, but their belief that they are superior to every single one of us in this chamber - they hold us in contempt," Mr Benn said in speech he wrote in the Commons chamber that had most MPs entranced.

"They hold our values in contempt, they hold our belief in tolerance and decency in contempt, they hold our democracy - the means by which we will make our decision tonight - in contempt. But what we know about fascists is that they need to be defeated.”

He went on: "My view is that we must now confront this evil. It is now time for us to do our bit in Syria. And that is why I ask my colleagues to vote for this motion tonight."
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