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Re: The impending war against Iran thread

Postby Kikapu » Thu Jan 16, 2020 1:14 pm

Londonrake wrote:The latter. :D

A common characteristic of which is ............ they think they’re normal. It’s everybody else that’s got a problem. Look up “paranoia”. :wink:

Anyway, off to Perth via Singapore. Only 20 hours flying. :shock: But on an A380. Kool, as the family might say. 8) :D


If you have a long layover (8+ hours) in Singapore, the airport offers free city tour by special bus for the whole family for free.

Long long flight! :D
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Re: The impending war against Iran thread

Postby cyprusgrump » Thu Jan 16, 2020 1:39 pm

Robin Hood wrote:Cyprusgrump:
Nobody is interested in your loony conspiracy theories about the twin towers...

It seems you are wrong ..... once again! :roll:

The University of Alaska – Fairbanks, has just recently concluded a four year study of the collapse of WTC7, I assume you are aware of that event? Their peer reviewed final release should be out soon and confirms the building was not demolished by fire alone. NIST lied .......and they have admitted it!

http://ine.uaf.edu/wtc7

The collapse of WTC1 has also been proved not to have been caused by fire and structural damage.

As WTC1 collapse has been proven, then the greater probability is that WTC2 met the same demise. I have given you the FACTUAL and RAW evidence but obviously you do not have the ability to analyse what is in the videos and come to the undeniable conclusion that ........ what you were told in the Official Conspiracy Theory put out by the US Administration and believed ‘hook-line-and-sinker’, was not the truth in fact very far from it.

The only ‘conspiracy theory’ in this instance is the official NIST/FEMA fairy tale!

The point being made* was that everybody has a camera in their pocket these days. The Interwebz are full of clips of people capturing amazing one-off events on their phones...
...and don't you think that if it was a set-up they would have put the guy closer to the event and given him a decent camera...? Or better still, have two or three blokes with cameras that could ensure the event was captured and in decent quality...?
* While you claim to be the 'thinker' here, your levels of comprehension and understanding of basic English are incredibly poor... Or perhaps you are just a loony like I said earlier...

My English in all aspects is clearly considerably better than you exhibit as I have a lot more practice using it then you do!

Talking of ability to comprehend English ...... what is it you don’t understand about ........ it is not my comment but my posting of a comment by A.N.Other, made on another forum?

But I do agree with the concept that the circumstances under which it was produced and subsequently released to the MSM and Bellingcat, seems very suspicious! Your suggestion, if it had been adopted, would of course have screamed FALSE FLAG ....... as pre-knowledge would have been confirmed. :roll:



You're mental! :lol: :lol: :lol:

Have you never watched one of those programmes where they demolish buildings...? :roll:

It takes thousands of explosive charges and miles of detonation cord. Even then, they sometimes have to remove big chunks of the building to guarantee success... :wink:

Yet you and your fellow loony conspiracy nutjobs want to believe that happened and nobody noticed right...? :lol: :lol: :lol:

So dozens of explosive experts entered the buildings for weeks at a time placing explosives, wiring them up and yet not one person, not one said, "Errrrr, excuse me, do you really think you should really be doing that?"
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Re: The impending war against Iran thread

Postby Londonrake » Thu Jan 16, 2020 2:32 pm

Kikapu wrote:
Londonrake wrote:The latter. :D

A common characteristic of which is ............ they think they’re normal. It’s everybody else that’s got a problem. Look up “paranoia”. :wink:

Anyway, off to Perth via Singapore. Only 20 hours flying. :shock: But on an A380. Kool, as the family might say. 8) :D


If you have a long layover (8+ hours) in Singapore, the airport offers free city tour by special bus for the whole family for free.

Long long flight! :D


Hi Kicks.

Nahh. Unfortunately just enough time in the transit lounge to top up on Rogan Josh and Tiger Balm. :D Have spent quite a bit of time in Singapore before though,

Good news. This plane has WiFi. So, I won’t miss any incisive posts about important events. Particularly from the conspiratorial POV. :wink:
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Re: The impending war against Iran thread

Postby cyprusgrump » Thu Jan 16, 2020 2:52 pm

Londonrake wrote:
Kikapu wrote:
Londonrake wrote:The latter. :D

A common characteristic of which is ............ they think they’re normal. It’s everybody else that’s got a problem. Look up “paranoia”. :wink:

Anyway, off to Perth via Singapore. Only 20 hours flying. :shock: But on an A380. Kool, as the family might say. 8) :D


If you have a long layover (8+ hours) in Singapore, the airport offers free city tour by special bus for the whole family for free.

Long long flight! :D


Hi Kicks.

Nahh. Unfortunately just enough time in the transit lounge to top up on Rogan Josh and Tiger Balm. :D Have spent quite a bit of time in Singapore before though,

Good news. This plane has WiFi. So, I won’t miss any incisive posts about important events. Particularly from the conspiratorial POV. :wink:


For the first few hours everybody is posting, "Guess where I am?" along with pictures of their seat on FaceArse and it is quite slow... After that it improves and is quite usable... :P
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Re: The impending war against Iran thread

Postby Londonrake » Thu Jan 16, 2020 3:45 pm

cyprusgrump wrote:
Londonrake wrote:
Kikapu wrote:
Londonrake wrote:The latter. :D

A common characteristic of which is ............ they think they’re normal. It’s everybody else that’s got a problem. Look up “paranoia”. :wink:

Anyway, off to Perth via Singapore. Only 20 hours flying. :shock: But on an A380. Kool, as the family might say. 8) :D


If you have a long layover (8+ hours) in Singapore, the airport offers free city tour by special bus for the whole family for free.

Long long flight! :D


Hi Kicks.

Nahh. Unfortunately just enough time in the transit lounge to top up on Rogan Josh and Tiger Balm. :D Have spent quite a bit of time in Singapore before though,

Good news. This plane has WiFi. So, I won’t miss any incisive posts about important events. Particularly from the conspiratorial POV. :wink:


For the first few hours everybody is posting, "Guess where I am?" along with pictures of their seat on FaceArse and it is quite slow... After that it improves and is quite usable... :P


Being a pauper I have to pay for it of course. :( $9.99 for 100mb.
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Re: The impending war against Iran thread

Postby Kikapu » Thu Jan 16, 2020 7:21 pm

Londonrake wrote:
cyprusgrump wrote:
Londonrake wrote:
Kikapu wrote:
Londonrake wrote:The latter. :D

A common characteristic of which is ............ they think they’re normal. It’s everybody else that’s got a problem. Look up “paranoia”. :wink:

Anyway, off to Perth via Singapore. Only 20 hours flying. :shock: But on an A380. Kool, as the family might say. 8) :D


If you have a long layover (8+ hours) in Singapore, the airport offers free city tour by special bus for the whole family for free.

Long long flight! :D


Hi Kicks.

Nahh. Unfortunately just enough time in the transit lounge to top up on Rogan Josh and Tiger Balm. :D Have spent quite a bit of time in Singapore before though,

Good news. This plane has WiFi. So, I won’t miss any incisive posts about important events. Particularly from the conspiratorial POV. :wink:


For the first few hours everybody is posting, "Guess where I am?" along with pictures of their seat on FaceArse and it is quite slow... After that it improves and is quite usable... :P


Being a pauper I have to pay for it of course. :( $9.99 for 100mb.



Hi LR,

Are you there yet? :wink: :D :lol:
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Re: The impending war against Iran thread

Postby cyprusgrump » Thu Jan 16, 2020 7:22 pm

Kikapu wrote:
Londonrake wrote:
cyprusgrump wrote:
Londonrake wrote:
Kikapu wrote:
Londonrake wrote:The latter. :D

A common characteristic of which is ............ they think they’re normal. It’s everybody else that’s got a problem. Look up “paranoia”. :wink:

Anyway, off to Perth via Singapore. Only 20 hours flying. :shock: But on an A380. Kool, as the family might say. 8) :D


If you have a long layover (8+ hours) in Singapore, the airport offers free city tour by special bus for the whole family for free.

Long long flight! :D


Hi Kicks.

Nahh. Unfortunately just enough time in the transit lounge to top up on Rogan Josh and Tiger Balm. :D Have spent quite a bit of time in Singapore before though,

Good news. This plane has WiFi. So, I won’t miss any incisive posts about important events. Particularly from the conspiratorial POV. :wink:


For the first few hours everybody is posting, "Guess where I am?" along with pictures of their seat on FaceArse and it is quite slow... After that it improves and is quite usable... :P


Being a pauper I have to pay for it of course. :( $9.99 for 100mb.



Hi LR,

Are you there yet? :wink: :D :lol:


:lol: :lol: :lol:
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Re: The impending war against Iran thread

Postby yialousa1971 » Thu Jan 16, 2020 7:41 pm

(@BBCMonitoring)

President Rouhani says Iran has "no limitations on our atomic energy sector" and "daily enrichment is now greater than it was pre-JCPOA [nuclear deal]"
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Re: The impending war against Iran thread

Postby Kikapu » Thu Jan 16, 2020 7:49 pm

Robin Hood wrote: I just found the idea that a catastrophic engine failure and the resulting damage, could not cause the aircraft to crash, as suggested by Kikapu ....... “ No amount of engine fire would have done that..


Hi RH,

I stand by my above comments. There has been many engine fires, engine shutdowns, engine disintegrations, and one or two engines falling off during a flight. You are never going to get the whole aircraft in a complete fireball crashing to earth, especially when the aircraft had just taken of few minutes earlier and was barely at 10,000 ft. Something other than an engine on fire would have to have caused that fireball, like two surface to air missiles for example or on board bomb.

In the beginning we did not see the video with the missiles being fired, just the video with the fireball coming to earth. When we then add the information when the aircraft took off and at what altitude it was few minutes after and without any emergency declared by the pilots, the plane was a fireball. Considering the Iranians had already fired several missiles at US airbases in Iraq only two hours earlier, there can ONLY be one conclusion, and that was, that the Ukrainian plane had been shot down. The ONLY unanswered question then remained was, who pulled the trigger, and now we know who.

by Kikapu » Thu Jan 09, 2020 11:24 pm

That 737 was coming down to earth in a fireball like a meteor. No amount of engine fire would have done that. If the pilots never declared an emergency, how the fuck the Iranians declared it was a “technical” problem. Then the Iranians few hours after the crash declared that the black boxes were found but damaged, which some information was corrupted. Say what?

It is obvious the plane had been shot down.

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Re: The impending war against Iran thread

Postby yialousa1971 » Thu Jan 16, 2020 8:16 pm

ISIS Applauds Trump’s Killing Soleimani


Eric Zuesse

January 14, 2020
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According to BBC’s top expert on jihadist movements, official publications from ISIS are now calling the killing of the Iranian General Qasem Soleimani an act of God, and are portraying Shiite Iran as Muslims’ greatest enemy, more so even than powers that don’t claim to be Muslim.

In a series of tweets from the BBC’s jihadism-expert, Mina al-Lami, she explains why ISIS is ecstatic that Soleimani is dead — they say that it’s because the killing of Soleimani is a strong display from God that God is wreaking revenge against the opponents of jihad. Her tweets show photos of some of these ISIS publications, paraphrase from them, and place their statements into a broader context of Islamic history and of the ancient split between fundamentalist Sunni Islam, on the one hand, and all of Shiite Islam (including especially Iran’s), on the other.

https://www.strategic-culture.org/news/ ... soleimani/
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