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Re: The war against Syria

Postby Paphitis » Tue Feb 13, 2018 2:13 pm

miltiades wrote:Go to aljazeera you plonker, put your cartoon army mags down and for fuck sake ZYOU ARE NOT IN CHARGE. Stoo this annoying " we will not " We will not allow and all the other childish shit toy cone out.
Dont get me going now boy.


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I never said I was in charge malaka! I have said it a hundred times. Coalition comprises a number of countries, and one of the more active ones is Australia. That is my beloved country and what a friggin great country it is too. probably the greatest country on the planet. That's another story but I use "we" because my country is involved. Your Country is also involved, as is France which produces all the wine you drink. Also, Cyprus is a Coalition supporter. Also, it is "OUR" Military, Our planes but more important its OUR boys and girls and its OUR boys and girls which are the most valuable part of our contribution and not OUR planes, or ships.

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Re: The war against Syria

Postby miltiades » Tue Feb 13, 2018 2:18 pm

Read you moron:
"To highlight the complexity of this war, there is now a NATO ally, Turkey, bombing a group that the US calls its best ally when it was fighting ISIL on the ground and still continues to do so - so it's an incredibly complicated situation."

aljazeera.com

YOUR troops !!!!!!!! Australia might well be a wonderful country but CYPRUS is MILES ahead.
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Re: The war against Syria

Postby Paphitis » Tue Feb 13, 2018 2:25 pm

miltiades wrote:Read you moron:
"To highlight the complexity of this war, there is now a NATO ally, Turkey, bombing a group that the US calls its best ally when it was fighting ISIL on the ground and still continues to do so - so it's an incredibly complicated situation."

aljazeera.com

YOUR troops !!!!!!!! Australia might well be a wonderful country but CYPRUS is MILES ahead.


That's RIGHT MALAKA!

It's a NATO ally. I'm not sure what success they are achieving but it doesn't sound like they getting anywhere at the time being. But this isn't the movies and the Coalition isn't going to attack the Turkish Military just yet. But we will arm the Kurds and even train them and they are holding their ground. The Turks are losing soldiers and the kurds even shot down a helicopter just the other day.

Meanwhile, REX Tillerson is due to visit Ankara next week. Why would the Coalition attack them and provoke the situation further. Do you believe that is a smart thing to do? What would be the consequences for the meeting and NATO? Don't get me wrong, I would love to see the Coalition go all out against Turkey but I am not in charge and that isn't a terribly bright thing to do either. The Americans are handling it the right way - by meeting with Erdogan. There are other ways to pressure Erdogan. things like embargoes, or isolation with the EU and NATO members. There are many things at their disposal. They don't need a war with Turkey.

We will see what Turkey has to say for itself next week when the meet TIllerson. The Trump Administration isn't the kind that will take any nonsense from Turkey but going all Rambo isn't the right thing to do either. I would love to see Turkey out of NATO, but that is also a very bad thing for Cyprus and Greece because NATO acts like a pacifier.

http://www.aljazeera.com/news/2018/02/t ... 36070.html

Well good for you if you think Cyprus is miles ahead. What do you want me to do? Argue with you?

OK so Cyprus is a better country, but I prefer to live in Australia than an island that is one seventh the size of Tasmania. And I do't mean to brag, but Australia is probably the best country in the world.
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Re: The war against Syria

Postby Paphitis » Tue Feb 13, 2018 2:43 pm

Also, Russia and Turkey are in full alliance!

http://www.aljazeera.com/indepth/opinio ... 18953.html
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Re: The war against Syria

Postby miltiades » Tue Feb 13, 2018 2:54 pm

Paphitis wrote:Also, Russia and Turkey are in full alliance!

http://www.aljazeera.com/indepth/opinio ... 18953.html

What will YOU do about it then, after all e YOU are supposed to prorect your allies [email protected]
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Re: The war against Syria

Postby Paphitis » Tue Feb 13, 2018 3:02 pm

miltiades wrote:
Paphitis wrote:Also, Russia and Turkey are in full alliance!

http://www.aljazeera.com/indepth/opinio ... 18953.html

What will YOU do about it then, after all e YOU are supposed to prorect your allies [email protected]
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We are already doing it.

Our aircraft are flying sorties and providing Air Cover for the Kurdish Militias every day.

If Syria attacks, they are bombed. In Turkey's case, our presence is more of a deterrence. It's not possible to attack Turkish Military right now. If we did that all hell would break loose and you would not like the aftermath because NATO would be in turmoil and Pootin would have achieved his objective. There are scheduled meetings with Erdogan next week. The matter will be discussed then. That is the best way. The Americans are handling this the right way. They don't have their hand on their shriveled old prick like you do.

Do you also see how Turkey is in alliance with The Free Syrian Army? And behind them is Russia. Coalition will not act prematurely. Everything needs to be carefully considered. And at the same time, the Turks have only really capture a little hill North East of Afrin. In other words, they are only a few kms from their border. Its hardly anything to be too worried about right now.

Your shouldn't even be talking about your prick you sick betsogero. Disgusting bastard! Learn some manners.
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Re: The war against Syria

Postby miltiades » Tue Feb 13, 2018 4:12 pm

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Your shouldn't even be talking about your prick you sick betsogero. Disgusting bastard! Learn some manners.[/quote]
Learn some manners !!!
General PLONKER, I just have. Do me a favour, Fuck off you stupid boy !!
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Re: The war against Syria

Postby Robin Hood » Tue Feb 13, 2018 4:24 pm

Paphitis wrote:Of course he must go. And he will. We won't be stopping until he is in the Hague.

Says who?

You know where the Kurdish Border is. Just stay south of that and away from the Kurds and everything is good. The border aat the moment is fluctuating. Sometimes it moves further South and sometimes it falls back for high ground. It depends. But when our bombs start fallen, then take that as an indication that the border has been violated

I know of no border! Please supply a map and some evidence that this border is fact ..... not just a dream?

Coalition makes the rules in North Syria.

You think THEY do ..... THEY may even think THEY do but that is not so. That is the difference between a day dream and reality. Assad/Putin rule in Syria ...... to the rest of the World that is obvious but YOUR hubris makes it difficult for YOU to contemplate otherwise, and that will be your downfall.

I asked you for some evidence to support your laughable claims. Where is your evidence ? :?:
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Re: The war against Syria

Postby Robin Hood » Tue Feb 13, 2018 4:46 pm

miltiades wrote:THE SYRIAN ISSUE HAS BECOME FOR MOST FORUMERS A BIG BORE.
Frankly , Personally, I have lost sll interest, there are more pressing issues such as the Turkish blockade of the Italian drill.
Paphitis continues to make bizarre comments such as " WR ARE PROTECTING THE KURDS" and that Turkey is not bombing the Kurds.
Lets have a discussion that has some interest to us all, lets for instance debate the assets of female Greek...presenters or the abundance of dirty scruffy islamic beards adorned by all . Women too [email protected]



Can't agree with you there Milti.

I think 111500+ views says this thread is fairly well read.

What I will agree is that replies are slow until Paphitis adds his amusing perception of War from his Generals armchair. Then the volume goes up ..... but unfortunately the quality bottoms out. Nobody takes him seriously he has only entertainment value and to watch him make himself look more stupid every time he posts makes you realise how ill-informed and deluded some people are. He can provide no source and no convincing or plausible evidence. He has absolutely zero credibility. :wink: :lol: :lol:

What has happened since Russia moved to support Assad is truly impressive and there for all to see in spite of the MSM trying to paint a different reality. It shows what REAL strategists and diplomats can achieve and they have done so in Syria in spite of the resistance of the US , its coalition and its proxy terrorists. :wink:
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Re: The war against Syria

Postby Robin Hood » Tue Feb 13, 2018 5:22 pm

Paphitis:

This lady reflects my views in a way I never could, you should read what she says.

Whether you agree with her will be determined either by a complete denial by not reading it at all or, most unlikely, you will read it and call it a load of rubbish after the first paragraph. Either way you will lose because you deny yourself the opportunity to join the rest of the informed World that will not be corrupted by the information you accept without question.

In case you didn’t know Eliot Higgins is the ‘expert ’running Bellingcat that solves all conflict situations using FaceBook and other social media platforms and what he can’t find he creates!

How Establishment Propaganda Gaslights Us Into Submission - By Caitlin Johnstone

We see the same thing today with the establishment Syria narrative and the Russiagate psyop, which are both riddled with plot holes and depend on the irrational position that the same establishment which manufactured support for the Iraq invasion using lies is now beneficent and trustworthy. But if you point out the many reasons to be skeptical of these narratives, you belong in the crazy box.

http://www.informationclearinghouse.info/48788.htm
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