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Re: THE ISIS SYMPATHISERS

Postby Tim Drayton » Wed Sep 28, 2016 4:29 pm

Paphitis wrote:
Tim Drayton wrote:I'm not so sure about that. I get the feeling that the Americans and Russians have done a deal. Assad stays, but obviously as Russia's puppet, and he will have the sword of Damocles dangling over his head knowing that he's finished if the Russians withdraw their support. On the other hand, the Americans get Iraq, and there's an awful lot of oil left in the ground there, so I would say that both parties will walk away satisified.


I like to think that the USA will be making no such deals with the devil.

If they have, then they are complicit to the war crimes. Just as guilty in every aspect.

Nothing indicates any particular deal just a reluctance to get caught in the Syrian Quagmire with ground forces.


It is purely a conspiracy theory at the moment and the evidence is just circumstantial and based on the direction things are moving. Time will tell. I think the Yanks are mainly interested in the large deposits of oil still under the ground in the north of Iraq. They would rather have had an independent Kurdish state as their willing puppet, but they may have to deal with a unified Iraq instead.
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Re: THE ISIS SYMPATHISERS

Postby Paphitis » Wed Sep 28, 2016 4:34 pm

Tim Drayton wrote:
Paphitis wrote:
Tim Drayton wrote:I'm not so sure about that. I get the feeling that the Americans and Russians have done a deal. Assad stays, but obviously as Russia's puppet, and he will have the sword of Damocles dangling over his head knowing that he's finished if the Russians withdraw their support. On the other hand, the Americans get Iraq, and there's an awful lot of oil left in the ground there, so I would say that both parties will walk away satisified.


I like to think that the USA will be making no such deals with the devil.

If they have, then they are complicit to the war crimes. Just as guilty in every aspect.

Nothing indicates any particular deal just a reluctance to get caught in the Syrian Quagmire with ground forces.


It is purely a conspiracy theory at the moment and the evidence is just circumstantial and based on the direction things are moving. Time will tell. I think the Yanks are mainly interested in the large deposits of oil still under the ground in the north of Iraq. They would rather have had an independent Kurdish state as their willing puppet, but they may have to deal with a unified Iraq instead.


Yes circumstantial. If it is true, it's a sell out and a conspiracy that will undermine us as affectively we have made a deal with a War Criminal.

It will be very disappointing.

No matter what happens, the Coalition must remain true to their beliefs. So far I don't see any evidence that they are not keeping a relatively straight shooting arrow.

These are the expectations of every tax paying Australian, American, Brit, Jordanian and French citizen. Being a party to war crimes will be a shock to these expectations.

Our military has been ultra careful to avoid civilian deaths. We abort our missions at the slightest risks. By doing a deal with a war criminal is to undermine all the good work our coalition forces have done.

We also know that we are dealing with a self sustaining ideology that will not be defeated by our indiscriminate targeting. We will only feed the problem and make it worse.
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Re: THE ISIS SYMPATHISERS

Postby Schnauzer » Wed Sep 28, 2016 6:34 pm

Yesterday at 'Westminster Abbey' I attended the 'Memorial Service' for 'Terry Wogan' (leave out the 'Sir' because HE wasn't really bothered about such stuff) and there were many people there who came to know him well and some who really loved Him.

Among the throng of those who came to pay their respects and celebrate His life were several 'Journalists' and among them, 'Ewen MacAskill' (correspondent for 'The Guardian Newspaper') a Scottish chap that I have known for several years.

Nothing extraordinary about such a small event except for the co-incidence that just occurred within THIS thread when I read something that I remember reading before.

On or about the 30th November 2015 (according to my diary) 'Ewen' wrote an article which was quite informative about events taking place in 'Syria'.

There ARE reasons for why this article was of interest to Me BUT, what prompts a mention is the fact that 'Ewen's Article' appears to have been presented by a member of THIS forum and I suspect that the intention is to fool other members into believing that it is His own work. !! :shock:

A disgraceful exhibition of 'Plagiarism' if ever there was one, however, the 'Plagiarist' slipped up at the end of the contribution by ending the article with an offensive expression and THAT was the clincher for Me, how could one produce such an 'In Depth' informative account of such enormous consequences to the civilized world and end it with His customary injection of 'Filth'. (tut tut, it's just not on) :roll:
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Re: THE ISIS SYMPATHISERS

Postby Schnauzer » Sat Apr 01, 2017 8:30 am

Last night I was obliged to defend views (political) to certain interested parties.

Since the said parties were gifted with the ability to understand that which is written and were equally qualified to determine that no suggestion of support for terrorism is evident,(although it was suggested that those with the inability to interpret the motives of such writings might conclude otherwise) I find myself (and my thoughts) as free as a bird on the wing.

Must state that I never had any doubt about the outcome of the discussions, my only regret being that those who were made privy to my thoughts on the exchanges twixt myself and the beast, were quite disappointed when they had to admit that the result of their intrusion upon my privacy was a complete waste of both my time and theirs.

Nothing new there then, at least we had an interesting discussion and I was actually complimented by all parties for my hospitality.......nothing new there either. 8)
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