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Paphiti - one Australian you'll be glad to see the end of!

Postby Tim Drayton » Thu May 05, 2016 5:24 pm

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Postby Zenon33 » Thu May 05, 2016 9:53 pm

Paphitis is from Paphos :D
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Postby Paphitis » Fri May 06, 2016 2:29 am

Tim Drayton wrote:http://www.bbc.com/news/world-australia-36200410


Yes everyone is very pleased the Americans got him.

The Americans contacted Australian Intelligence to inform that he was dispatched only minutes after. Which means that the Coalition are hot on their heels. Obviously there are people on the ground.
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Postby Tim Drayton » Fri May 06, 2016 5:41 am

If you follow the news you will see that there has been one surgical strike after another in the past few months taking out key Daesh people only each time. Not long ago they took out several locations where Daesh was storing physical US dollars. They obviously now have very good intelligence sources. Yet, most people seem to think the coalition campaign against Deash is ineffective!
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Postby Paphitis » Fri May 06, 2016 6:38 am

Tim Drayton wrote:If you follow the news you will see that there has been one surgical strike after another in the past few months taking out key Daesh people only each time. Not long ago they took out several locations where Daesh was storing physical US dollars. They obviously now have very good intelligence sources. Yet, most people seem to think the coalition campaign against Deash is ineffective!


That's what most people want to believe. They want to believe the Coalition has been ineffective.

However, the strategy has been very well planned and executed. The Coalition strategy is both sustainable, clinical, and responsible.

The Coalition has been less effective in Syria, but only because of Russian intervention. The coalition will not target civilian areas. It won't fight rebel groups other than Al Nusra and DAESH. It will not eliminate Assad's opposition.
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Postby supporttheunderdog » Fri May 06, 2016 8:42 am

I am personally waiting for news on the demise of that kiddy-fiddler Rolf Harris.
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Postby miltiades » Fri May 06, 2016 9:13 am

The so called coalition, Turkey included, have, due to utter naivety, incompetence, lack of leadership caused the biggest catastrophe ever in this wretched region, a catastrophe with severe repercussions on Europe. Their initial insistence that Assad should step down, was ill conceived and unrealistic given that no uniting force would have been able to bring some sort of stability to Syria.

OK, so the West demanded the removal of Assad, what have they accomplished thus far.
SFA. Destruction of unimaginable levels, thousands killed, millions becoming refugees and Europe bearing the brunt of this massive exodus.
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Postby Robin Hood » Fri May 06, 2016 10:18 am

miltiades wrote:The so called coalition, Turkey included, have, due to utter naivety, incompetence, lack of leadership caused the biggest catastrophe ever in this wretched region, a catastrophe with severe repercussions on Europe. Their initial insistence that Assad should step down, was ill conceived and unrealistic given that no uniting force would have been able to bring some sort of stability to Syria.

OK, so the West demanded the removal of Assad, what have they accomplished thus far.
SFA. Destruction of unimaginable levels, thousands killed, millions becoming refugees and Europe bearing the brunt of this massive exodus.


No good trying to convince Paphitis of that ........" 'WE' have everything well planned and 'WE' know exactly what we are doing and Assad will be gone by the end of the month and the 'moderates' will take Aleppo in days!" Unfortunately for that argument, actions and results speak louder than words!

Putin's intervention has been a success militarily and diplomatically. He said what he was going to do and did it; he defined what HE considered to be terrorists and has helped Assdad to bring them to their knees. Kerry pleads for a ceasefire ..... gets it, thanks to Putin ...... and what do the US do? Re-arm all the rebels by giving them 3000 tonnes of ammunition and weapons ..... including MANPADS! I was not aware that ISIS had an air force ...... maybe Daesh are waiting for the US to supply them with aircraft as well? :roll:
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Postby Robin Hood » Fri May 06, 2016 10:23 am

Paphitis wrote:
Tim Drayton wrote:If you follow the news you will see that there has been one surgical strike after another in the past few months taking out key Daesh people only each time. Not long ago they took out several locations where Daesh was storing physical US dollars. They obviously now have very good intelligence sources. Yet, most people seem to think the coalition campaign against Deash is ineffective!


That's what most people want to believe. They want to believe the Coalition has been ineffective.

However, the strategy has been very well planned and executed. The Coalition strategy is both sustainable, clinical, and responsible.

The Coalition has been less effective in Syria, but only because of Russian intervention. The coalition will not target civilian areas. It won't fight rebel groups other than Al Nusra and DAESH. It will not eliminate Assad's opposition.


:lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: ...... Thank goodness Russia did intervene, they are the only ones that have achieved anything ..... in spite of Kerry and his background manipulation to unseat Assad by any means. As Putin says, the Syrian people will decide their leader/fate and he will see to it that this is what will happen.
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Postby Paphitis » Fri May 06, 2016 10:42 am

Tim Drayton wrote:If you follow the news you will see that there has been one surgical strike after another in the past few months taking out key Daesh people only each time. Not long ago they took out several locations where Daesh was storing physical US dollars. They obviously now have very good intelligence sources. Yet, most people seem to think the coalition campaign against Deash is ineffective!


This is what is happening Tim.

The Americans and Australians have infiltrated DAESH from within.

The way DAESH have been doing their recruiting, we have been doing some recruiting of our own of individuals who are actually Iraqi. These people have been inserted within the organisation.

Slowly but surely, the organisation is being destroyed and a lot of intelligence is actually coming from within Mosul. DAESH are compromised.
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