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ISIS Status Update by Vulvarin Trembling - Thu, 14 May 2015 09:42:52 EST ID:q6QF5w+I No.55391 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Even as a pacifist I hope ISIS gets wiped off the earth.
Let all Bullets and Bombs rain down on these deranged religiots.

What's the status actually?
Are they still in control of large areas?
How much is left of them?
When will they be defeated?
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Faggy Greenstone - Thu, 14 May 2015 11:41:49 EST ID:d8THF97q No.55392 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Last I heard they burned up their good will with the local population. They're now trying to pull off attacks in the USA a little bit. Bunch of squares with a good PR department.
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Simon Wendlehot - Sun, 17 May 2015 04:17:05 EST ID:o6vWtYk0 No.55402 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>55391
The ISIS rebels are going to destroy most of Islamic fundamentalism. It is like how the soviets destroyed communism by fucking it up so badly. The same concept applies to Islamic fundamentalist. Radical Islamist will be turned away from the culture by the absolute brutality by which ISIS operates (once they start raping women and publically drinking things will get worse).
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Cedric Blatherfuck - Sun, 17 May 2015 05:11:32 EST ID:ANSvMmSc No.55403 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>55391
Reported moving close to city of Tadmur close to the world hertiage site at Palmyra in Syria, the Syrian army say they are holding.
US special forces bumped off Abu Sayyaf, reputedly responsible for ISIS oil and gas deals.
Moving in on the Iraqi city of Ramadi, 60km west of Bagdhad, ISIS claim to have all but taken control of the city.
Reports that members of ISIS are mixing in with the migrants fleeing Lybia across the Mediterranean to Europe
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Graham Murdwell - Sun, 17 May 2015 17:31:52 EST ID:d8THF97q No.55404 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>55403
>Abu Sayyaf, reputedly responsible for ISIS oil and gas deals.
An analyst on NPR said this isn't nearly as big a victory as it seems. He was basically just a cog in the works and that he likely has deputies that can step in and they won't miss a beat.
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James Blatherson - Mon, 18 May 2015 01:52:18 EST ID:5fh5bXBr No.55405 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>55391

It makes sense that a pacifist would wish murder upon unknown numbers of foreign individuals, since said pacifist wouldn't actually be inflicting any physical harm against them.
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Betsy Hengerstock - Mon, 18 May 2015 18:28:00 EST ID:viLLS5O8 No.55406 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>55391
Who the fuck wrote that arabic?
Its just single letters not connected and its mirror inverted.
Correct its like this: الدولة الإسلامية‎
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Phyllis Bollerlen - Thu, 21 May 2015 18:33:03 EST ID:MjMBv5V2 No.55425 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>55402
Yeah. Or like Putin ruined all chances of Ukraine joining Russia instead of EU

Mao Zedong once said that the best way to ruin a cause is to defend it with faulty arguments.
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Hamilton Hablingwill - Thu, 21 May 2015 22:51:36 EST ID:viLLS5O8 No.55429 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>55425
There is no chance of Ukraine ever joining EU as well.
They are just a buffer state.
The whole thing is just about who controls it and Puntin reacted to the EUs plan to draw in the Ukraine and kept of it what is most important to Russia.

The Islamic state just takes Islam seriously, you are only appalled by it if you follow western way of thought.
Their brutality is completely logic and necessary in their point of view and there are more than enough muslims who share it.
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Phoebe Cablingwater - Fri, 22 May 2015 01:06:02 EST ID:MjMBv5V2 No.55432 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>55429
Most people who fight ISIS are other muslims.

I know enough about Islam to know that their actions are fundamentally unislamic. And produce an outrage all over islamic world.

Do not assume other people's ignorance.
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Clara Bannerspear - Sun, 24 May 2015 18:51:19 EST ID:rhgzOoFC No.55456 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>i dont know anything about this group except boogeyman mumblings ive heard from others

>i cant be assed to google it

>LET BOMBS RAIN ON THESE DERANGED PEOPLE THO LOL

>so can u tell me anything about this shit?

Nice conclusions and logic flow there Vulvarin.
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Basil Nashhetch - Sun, 24 May 2015 20:34:39 EST ID:8hSk1rC9 No.55457 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>55456
They've posted videos of them rounding up people and killing them because "lol wrong faith".
Despite claiming they don't kill christians who pay tax, their own videos of christian executions prove otherwise.

http://www.liveleak.com/view?i=30f_1406641386
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Walter Hunkinluck - Mon, 25 May 2015 08:55:41 EST ID:wcex7ZBo No.55462 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>55457
>tell them you want to convert
>profit
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John Pebblestone - Mon, 25 May 2015 11:15:21 EST ID:+GCaVnfl No.55463 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>55457
Why do these men, fully knowing their fate, obey their murderer's orders so submissively?
Why do you not see one try to run? One try for a gun? Not one. All readily walk to their deaths.

I do not understand. If they all know their doom, why not try?
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Bombastus !!HToBa9dh - Mon, 25 May 2015 18:27:03 EST ID:1HMVEmd+ No.55464 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>55457
That picture is fake, right? Either that or it's not an actual ISIS execution. It looks incredibly staged. Just basing it on the perfect carcass itself as well as the are they're committing it and the pair of hands actually holding the blood bowl. Seems quite unlikely to me that it's real

>>55463
Of course you don't understand (and that's a good thing. no one in modern culture should 'understand' a brutal peoples like these). You're born and raised on a culture of personal expression and freedom from major bias (relatively).
To understand it is like to understand how living in the 1700s was like - the full experience. It's impossible to truly grasp said nature.
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Nicholas Simblelock - Mon, 25 May 2015 20:59:55 EST ID:lqiSC4QF No.55468 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>55464
Looks like photoshop. Someone replaced a goat with a chick from japanese porn. The hands on the right were obviously holding the front legs. pixels, etc.

>Of course you don't understand (and that's a good thing. no one in modern culture should 'understand' a brutal peoples like these)
It's true, but it's also true applied to ANY group. Can an American ever truly understand what it's like to be Chinese? I guess not. Hell, it's applicable to ANY individual as well. You don't understand what it's like for someone else in your own demographic. Saying "oh, it's impossible to understand" is a complete cop-out. It's saying nothing. It's just an excuse to not contemplate further.
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Ebenezer Drimmerfadging - Tue, 26 May 2015 00:22:56 EST ID:46Ivwr3B No.55469 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>55463

It varies by culture. In WWII the jews would submit to execution. Gypsies on the other hand would cry, scream, and generally cause disorder. The effect on the rank and file was devastating.
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Eugene Chibberdale - Tue, 26 May 2015 07:20:20 EST ID:+GCaVnfl No.55470 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>55464
>>55469

But what could be in a culture that would make you so submissive that you'd just let people line you up and shoot you?

Props to the gypsies
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Isabella Bazzleman - Tue, 26 May 2015 11:28:54 EST ID:hT3/Evlt No.55471 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>55470
It's called dying with dignity. It's saying to your killers: you're killing a human being who isn't fighting back, you know deep down is wrong.

In those situations (beheading victims and the holocaust) it's easy to resign yourself to your fate. Not everyone has the balls to pull a Scarface maneuver. Especially not foreign aid workers, journalists, jewish peasants, jewish workers and shopkeepers.

This is not to say I don't have reverence for the non-jews who died during the holocaust. I just don't think it's fair to criticize how someone faces certain death either on an individual level or a cultural one.
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Ebenezer Drimmerfadging - Tue, 26 May 2015 15:21:56 EST ID:46Ivwr3B No.55472 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>55471

>It's called dying with dignity.

The Jews, being relatively successful and capable of advancement [in Germany, which was the most liberal country in Europe, and perhaps the world until Hitler came along (In WWI Americans lynched German speaking immigrants, but you never hear of similar atrocities in Germany).], had a dignity to protect. You forget the Gypsies were the bottom of the barrel. The were permanently reserved for the worst treatment society could show. The Jews did not need to assert their humanity, because up until recently they had been considered human. Pride and dignity are tenets of master morality. The Roma respond as the dog-men of classical cynicism, a tradition with far more merit.

Not to mention, the new found cold efficiency of the German killing machine could not be disrupted by silent tactics. You needed to be loud, to inject emotion into an act that could be automatic. A silent victim was the ultimate enabler. Even the most battle hardened S.S. men, themselves products of social darwinism, had to admit that a people so committed to the act of living, had to have a certain fitness. You don't want to shoot a woman who is begging to suck your dick. It is against nature.
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Nigger Nammleshaw - Tue, 26 May 2015 23:04:31 EST ID:Nmm+p3pb No.55476 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>55406

Looks like a knocked out Abrams. Not so invincible after all. Really comes down to the training of individual tank crews and effective leadership rather than a technological edge.
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Cornelius Drottingwin - Wed, 27 May 2015 03:28:26 EST ID:zt15d+j4 No.55477 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>55471
That's beta, and pathetic.
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Ian Greendale - Wed, 27 May 2015 09:22:54 EST ID:hT3/Evlt No.55478 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>55477
Forcing people to walk into gas chambers to murder them en masse is the pathetic act. Chopping people's head off because of their religious affiliation is the pathetic act. Finding relief in death from torture, forced labor, and starvation is not pathetic.

I dunno, it just seems that
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Ghengis Dong - Wed, 27 May 2015 10:33:32 EST ID:2egVTEgC No.55480 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>55478
I hate that image. It is so grossly simplified and just fills in all the blanks as "animism", as well as completely lacks any representation of 'ancestor' worship.

Dying with dignity's has some merit, but I tend to a agree with >>55472, what with the classical cynnicism and sucking dick and all
nb
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Hamilton Fuckingcocke - Wed, 27 May 2015 20:54:37 EST ID:zt15d+j4 No.55489 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>55478
There is nothing pathetic about killing and dying for your faith, nation, self interest and whatever Nazis believed in. In fact, it's a pinnacle of human spirit.

Giving up on living and surrendering in face of people you consider [evil] is truly inhuman.

>>55480
And all the cultures who followed monotheism at the beginning of history, and other religious form which are hard to classify as anything.
And in the end, we simply DON'T KNOW what religious systems were "first", and what narration prevails depends on time, place and talent of historian presenting it.

Also, charts like that are based on a mistaken believe that religions "evolve" which is a deprecated style of thinking which belongs in a museum.
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Cedric Sizzleford - Wed, 27 May 2015 21:12:55 EST ID:8hSk1rC9 No.55490 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>55489
Are you suggesting that religions don't change over time?
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Cyril Pickcocke - Wed, 27 May 2015 22:23:00 EST ID:hT3/Evlt No.55491 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>55489
All human ideas evolve including religion. You can apply the concept of survival of the fittest to ideas.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Memetics

Christianity was basically a random mutation from Judaism that proved more successful for survival than the "pagan" religions it came to supplant.
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Hedda Pollyford - Wed, 27 May 2015 23:53:20 EST ID:ji4ZwBrd No.55492 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>55490
They change but don't "evolve". Evolution implies a progress, and there is no such thing.
There are worse and there are better religions, stronger and weaker, more adequate to the times and less adequate to the times. But there is no "progress". Some TIMES simple and mystical religions thrive and some TIMES rational and complicated religions thrive. Depends on TIMES and actions of the believers and cultural context and shit.

>>55491
No. Just no. Fuck off.
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Hedda Sashlet - Thu, 28 May 2015 00:07:56 EST ID:lqiSC4QF No.55493 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>55492
> Evolution implies a progress,
No. At least, not in the biological sense. Which is the way it's normally used.
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Hedda Pollyford - Thu, 28 May 2015 00:19:06 EST ID:ji4ZwBrd No.55494 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>55493
In biological sense, yeah. But in social studies, whenever the term "evolution" is used it usually implies a gradual change from good to better.
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Charlotte Drupperlock - Thu, 28 May 2015 02:49:37 EST ID:46Ivwr3B No.55498 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>55494

That's more properly a definition of the lay sense of the term.
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Cedric Sizzleford - Thu, 28 May 2015 03:26:09 EST ID:8hSk1rC9 No.55499 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>55491 has a point; a religion may be more fit than another for certain purposes, cultures, etc, but just as with biology, it's entirely dependent on the situation.

Evolution only implies that the most fit for a specific circumstance propagates more than the ones that are less fit to propagate in that circumstance.

Plenty of creatures have adapted for a very specific niche and then gone extinct when that niche no longer existed or a predator was introduced.
There is a species of lizard that have lived in an underwater stream in a single cave for millennia, it doesn't have eyes and has drifted so far away from its ancestor that it's its own species.
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Hedda Pollyford - Thu, 28 May 2015 03:39:46 EST ID:ji4ZwBrd No.55500 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>55499
Yes, yes, that's what I'm saying!

Christianity won against these "polytheistic" religions not because it was inherently stronger, but because these old religions died-they became mere traditions, they lost their revolutionary spark, and people thus turned away from them-to Christianity which was living, which offered a certain total lifestyle, was revolutionary and fresh.

Ironically, centuries later the same thing happened to Christian faith. Churches are no longer places of mass spiritual revelation, but merely buildings to which people go out of custom or obligation. Religious wars are over, martyrdom is a thing of the past, and most Christians don't care for what is really written in the bible, and even go as far as reject it if it contradicts their culture/established believes.

Gott ist tott
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Martha Smallfuck - Thu, 28 May 2015 22:29:46 EST ID:OE1PGRtd No.55509 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>55500
Dunno if this has been mentioned or not, but Christianity also displaced old Pagan religions (In Europe at least) because a good chunk of the people who could still read after the Romans left ended up being Christian monks and priests who needed Latin to study the Bible. iirc Christian monasteries in post-Roman Western at least Europe were typically the only guys still reading Classical texts on shit like engineering and they ended up building on that shit and accessing water power really effectively. They used all that extra energy to run grain and textile mills and make money, which ended up a handy way to make people like them and their God 'cos they had extra money to spend on charity.

After a while they got so popular that royalty started using them politically. In the Frankish Empire, they still went by an old custom they brought with them from Central Europe where inheritance was absolute, no future king could take your land if the current one gave you some (though you could give some of your land to vassals of your own, who could give land to their own vassals), and that all kind of castrated the Frankish Emperor and fucked up central power.. y'know, Feudalism. Remember Charles Martel? Sure, he was the Mayor of the Palace who stopped the Saracens from marching into France at the Battle of Tours. Who was his King? Some fat useless prick who performed ceremonies.

Meanwhile, the Church is there, making bank and being the spiritual and academic center of society.

So like, one day the Byzantine Empire says fuck the Pope, and the Pope says fuck the Byzantines Idol Worshipping Heretics!, and the Caliphate is still happily gobbling Christian lands. So the Pope in Rome is kind of vulnerable and looking for someone powerful to protect him since Constantinople is pissed.

Same time that's happening, Charles Martel's son Pepin takes the title of Mayor of the Palace and looks at France and sees a disunited kingdom of squabbling nobles under a useless cunt of a King and says, "fuck that, this shit has got to GO."
So he knocks off the old King, goes to the Pope and promises him a bunch of land in Italy if the Pope tells everybody that Pepin is King because God says so and it works. Pepin becomes King and seizes control of Francia and now everybody in Europe has to get the Pope's permission to become King. We remember the next French King pretty god damn well: motherfucking Charlemagne.

Christianity's shtick about how yeah, this life sucks major dick but the next one is awesome if you act nice now really appealed to the peasants who were doing all the Charlie Work too. Especially after the weather turned to shit and everybody started starving and going to war with one another. And especially once entire cities started suddenly dying of plague.

That whole deal where Christianity just happened to be at the right place at the right time doing the right thing to become a huge part of our culture doesn't make it superior at all, it's just Natural Selection. Christian missionaries were active in China and India very early on; the conditions there simply did not favor Christianity like they did in Europe.
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Lillian Lightshit - Fri, 29 May 2015 18:48:51 EST ID:46Ivwr3B No.55522 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>55509

>one day the Byzantine Empire says fuck the Pope, and the Pope says fuck the Byzantines

It was more of a power grab by the pope, than anything. The papal curia replaced the old senate. Such was the provincial attitude that they wanted to remain aloof from the major developments in Christianity, the overwhelming portion of which resided in the East. The intelligentsia had fled to Constantinople, leaving boors and vagabonds to find their place in the new barbaric social order.

I mean it shouldn't take an emperor to point out the absurdity of Italians usurping a tradition that originated in the East, contrary to the opinion of all the other Tetrarchs, whom were equal in stature to the Bishop of Rome.

There's pretty much an ecological succession between Orthodoxy, Catholicism, and Protestantism, in that as the religion progressed it became more and more alienated from the intellectual foundation on which the early church relied. Case in point being that much of Protestantism is simply a repeat of the Iconoclast movement, which caused so much pain and destruction in the rich cultural tapestry of the East, and had to be suppressed. (ISIS espouse iconoclastic beliefs as well)
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Fanny Hattingshaw - Fri, 29 May 2015 19:08:58 EST ID:ISCVOutJ No.55523 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>55522
Iconoclasm is God's will you uneducated fool

Originally, there were 10 commandments in the Decalogue
However one of them:

>Thou shalt not make unto thee any graven image"

..did not go well with Christians who love idol worship and therefore they erased it and split the last one into two so that there are still ten commandments even though there are really nine kek

Also, the reason why East and West split away might have been theological. I mean, first hey mistranslate the Bible from Hebrew to Greek, losing most of the subtle double meanings, and then they mistranslate the minstranslated Greek version into Latin. And no one in the West knows how to read Greek, so they keep their mistranslated version and go with that.

And then, the mistranslated abomination is further mistranslated from Latin to "national languages" with the rise of Protestantism
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James Fallertit - Fri, 29 May 2015 23:45:09 EST ID:46Ivwr3B No.55535 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>55523

The translation into Greek allowed them to make all sorts of clever parallels to classical culture and improve the velocity of religious texts as a rhetorical vehicle. Christianity is essentially a greek invention. They take a minor jewish prophet, and give him credentials in a cosmopolitan society.

The new Christianity was as far from Abrahamism as possible, and for good reason. Abrahamic religion sucks donkey dick.


>Iconoclasm is God's will you uneducated fool

Derka Derka Mohammed Jihad.
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Jarvis Sonkincocke - Sat, 30 May 2015 01:12:35 EST ID:Ct1RIv3/ No.55545 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>55535
wow
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Jarvis Sonkincocke - Sat, 30 May 2015 01:13:51 EST ID:Ct1RIv3/ No.55546 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>55522
deep bro
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Jarvis Sonkincocke - Sat, 30 May 2015 01:24:19 EST ID:Ct1RIv3/ No.55553 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>55391
thats very un christian of you
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Lydia Niggerhood - Sat, 30 May 2015 03:56:20 EST ID:i1Lu1EG0 No.55560 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>55535
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James Badgenit - Sat, 30 May 2015 08:54:03 EST ID:VRKGXNjN No.55564 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>55523
>I mean, first hey mistranslate the Bible from Hebrew to Greek, losing most of the subtle double meanings
Is there a version of the Bible available in English which more closely renders and retains this original hebraic subtlety?
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Lydia Niggerhood - Sat, 30 May 2015 11:34:54 EST ID:i1Lu1EG0 No.55565 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>55564
There isn't. The problem is not only with translation, but with language itself.
In Hebrew, and even in Greek, a single word can have many more meanings then in English. Not to mention incompatible grammatic structures, etc.
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Lydia Niggerhood - Sat, 30 May 2015 14:40:18 EST ID:i1Lu1EG0 No.55568 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>55565
Also, that's why Muslims stick to Arabic version of their sacred text, even if Arabic is a foreign language to them(western Muslims, Chinese Muslims..not all Muslims are Arabs, ya know). It is said straight in Quran, that the things written in this books have many meanings and interpretations, and they all come from God. Quran has been given to the Prophet, word by word, in Arabic, by God. Therefore, the Arabic version must not be forgotten, and translations are only permissible alongside the original text.

Good translation should also include various theological interpretations, line-by-line.
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Oliver Drummerstone - Sat, 30 May 2015 21:56:22 EST ID:hT3/Evlt No.55577 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>55568
As a (drop out) student of philosophy, all books translated from Greek/German/French/Latin had extensive footnotes about translated words and their historical context as well as other meanings. I should only hope the Bible does the same, though I suspect many do not.
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Martha Trotforth - Sun, 31 May 2015 00:57:13 EST ID:rHwk0TVO No.55581 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>55577
having gone to Catholic school I can say, no, almost none do not. Whats more unfortunate is how bad most English copies of the Qu'ran are, not only in lacking meaning but in just bad translations.

There's scholars that have made their lives work mostly on how translation works to justify and misinterpret other cultures for the benefit of empires. Edward Said comes to mind, not to knock him but thats a good part of Orientalism.
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Oliver Drummerstone - Sun, 31 May 2015 08:22:54 EST ID:hT3/Evlt No.55583 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Christianity and Islam have evolved in many distinct ways. Christianity is more adaptable to local traditions and has incorporated elements of them over the centuries. Sunni Islam preaches conformity and is generally practiced the same throughout the world.

The kind of anti-progress thinking we as westerners view the Arab world as having is due in large part to the anti-progress attitude of the Ottoman Empire as it was in its death-throes. Protecting itself from western ideas much to the detriment of their whole domain.

On a large level, I think that if that region were united politically in 2015 we'd have a lot less trouble from the Middle East in terms of terrorism and unrest.
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Henry Bangercocke - Sun, 31 May 2015 09:45:34 EST ID:DseZp2Sw No.55585 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>55583
>Sunni Islam preaches conformity and is generally practiced the same throughout the world.

You couldn't have been more wrong.
Crimean Muslims are NOTHING like Saudis who are NOTHING like Nigerians.
Islam, just like Christianity, has incorporated certain culturally conditioned rules and traditions...crooking the message of pure monotheism in the process.
The difference between Islam and Christianity is that in the former case, it was a very decentralized process.

The reason why Arabs never developed beyond a certain technological level, beyond politics(Ottomans, Mongols etc.) is that they never developed a certain rational, materialistic worldview which gave a rise to western science. This exact worldview killed God, but gave a rise to modern civilization.

These Muslims were conservatives, if not reactionaries. They closed the gates of ijtihad(in depended reasoning) and were more concerned with regaining the mythical "glorious past" then striving towards the unknown future.
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Ebenezer Cubbermid - Mon, 01 Jun 2015 00:34:39 EST ID:xDwxx1kd No.55604 Ignore Report Quick Reply
The Arabic is written backwards.
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Cedric Clonderstag - Mon, 01 Jun 2015 12:59:52 EST ID:8G0/BiBk No.55611 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>55604
.srenretsew rof si ngis tahT
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Molly Gazzleworth - Thu, 25 Jun 2015 09:58:50 EST ID:46Ivwr3B No.55818 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Classic maneuver warfare. You don't get to fight wars like this anymore.
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Esther Tootson - Fri, 26 Jun 2015 13:58:30 EST ID:hT3/Evlt No.55822 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>Indulgences
Fast track to heaven...Forget all previous sins...All for paying a token tribute to your religious leaders...People got sick of listening to the fat cats selling them.

>Suicide Bombing
Fast track to heaven...Forget all previous sins...All for paying a token tribute to your religious leaders...People gonna get sick of this sooner or later.

Yup, Islam is heading full bore towards Reformation. Hopefully they can avoid the whole Thirty Years War mess, though I doubt it.
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Edwin Honnerbury - Fri, 26 Jun 2015 16:32:44 EST ID:l7T12N/+ No.55823 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>55822


Naaah, just heading to the great shia sunniwar of annihilation.
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Albert Cheshkeck - Sat, 27 Jun 2015 00:09:19 EST ID:TmIi1EAB No.55825 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>55823
Nah. Just good ol' fashioned balkanizing.
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Cyril Brabblewod - Sun, 28 Jun 2015 00:46:43 EST ID:46Ivwr3B No.55833 Ignore Report Quick Reply
http://www.lawfareblog.com/letter-taliban-abu-bakr-al-baghdadi-head-shura-council

>Afghanistan Islamic Emirate
>Deputy Leader and acting Leader of Leadership Council
>Alhaj Mullah Akhtar Mohammad Mansoor

The Taliban's deputy leader and acting leader of the leadership council issued this nine page diss of Baghdadi. Shit's goin down.
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Bombastus !!HToBa9dh - Sun, 28 Jun 2015 10:43:22 EST ID:XFinykGi No.55834 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Just read the news on The Daily Fail (O-HO!! GOOD ONE M8. MLG 420. I REKT 8/8)today about that Tunisian ISIS git.
Why was it only one person? Why were people vacationing in Tunisia!?

"What a world we live in where we tell [tourists] how NOT to be [killed] rather than [killers not to kill]."
Check your privilege, trans-ISIS whore devil baby fuckers.

//pol/rant
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Dormisette Coucher - Mon, 29 Jun 2015 03:28:53 EST ID:qaq1V4am No.55852 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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can someone translate?
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ebi0FuFgXgU
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Shit Wonningfet - Thu, 02 Jul 2015 17:15:17 EST ID:EYQ6O056 No.55871 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>55833
I didn't read the full thing. It talked about unity

Is it true the Taliban was fighting Da'esh?
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Fuck Demmlechidge - Fri, 03 Jul 2015 18:33:26 EST ID:46Ivwr3B No.55882 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>55871

Read the very end, that's where the threats come in.
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Edwin Grandham - Tue, 14 Jul 2015 05:22:27 EST ID:URNu6lSZ No.55915 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>55476

Abrams aren't invincible but I think its more likely that an extremely lucky IED or some such damaged the vehicle in a rough neighbourhood so it was abandoned or something and most of the damage shown in the pic was just propaganda/desecration.
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Esther Cheggleman - Sat, 18 Jul 2015 12:24:34 EST ID:FqRGTRMQ No.55925 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>55476
My guess it's one of those Abrams IS stole from the Iraqi army.

The Kurds have blown up so many IS tanks, IS is using civilian cars with armour plating by now to conquer territory in Syria and Iraq.

IS can't handle the Kurds. The Kurds are like fucking Rambo. The Turks couldn't kill the Kurds, the Iraqi's couldn't kill the Kurds. No one can kill the Kurds.

Also, IS tank crews are fucking retarded.

There's a video on Lifeleak of an IS tank driving through a street, with IS soldiers huddled behind it for cover, and the tank gets to a crossing in the road BAM gets nailed in the back by a Kurd ambush because the soldiers aren't checking for ambushes. They're just cowering behind the tank like you'd expect from untrained retarded kids that are just given a gun.
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Sidney Duckshaw - Sun, 26 Jul 2015 11:17:49 EST ID:r+c6iXmX No.55947 Ignore Report Quick Reply
ISIS wouldn't be as strong if the US didn't insist on recognizing the artificial Iraqi/Syrian borders from after WWI.

Resistance would be stronger if the people fought along their own religious and tribal lines where they have more loyalties.

I also hate how everyone in the US has to be scared of the big ISIS threat.

The less we get involved in the Middle East in general, the less of a threat it becomes.
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Wesley Modgebury - Sun, 26 Jul 2015 16:41:05 EST ID:OE1PGRtd No.55948 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>55391
ISIS status update: Turkey openly begins airstrikes on ISIS in Syria and Iraq.
Also on the Kurds in Syria and Iraq.

god damn turks.
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Molly Hallyfot - Thu, 30 Jul 2015 02:07:50 EST ID:FqRGTRMQ No.55951 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>55948
I know right. Fucking Turkey. Fucking Erdogan.
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Oliver Birrystock - Thu, 30 Jul 2015 15:04:39 EST ID:EpgP2obO No.55953 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>55947
>ISIS wouldn't be as strong if the US didn't insist on recognizing the artificial Iraqi/Syrian borders from after WWI.
What ? Why ? The border might be artificial, but no one cares about changing it.

>Resistance would be stronger if the people fought along their own religious and tribal lines where they have more loyalties.
So you want to create institutionnal divisions along these lines ? Really ?
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Emma Nonderway - Fri, 31 Jul 2015 01:19:01 EST ID:HRhblqd8 No.55957 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>55564
If you're interested in a relatively faithful translation, you should go with Young's Literal Translation (available at any of the major bible sites), but to *really* understand the philology of the original texts you're going to have to study Hebrew, or at the very least read up on some biblical scholarship.
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Clara Hammlelidge - Mon, 10 Aug 2015 20:12:43 EST ID:HI6SkGj2 No.55982 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>55957

gtfo. Any scholar worth a damn, knows that the jews had simply taken any story of use, and jewed them up to fit their own socio-political propaganda needs. It is a constructed religion created for and by politicians, nothing else.
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Phineas Dottingwater - Sat, 15 Aug 2015 02:39:31 EST ID:HI6SkGj2 No.55992 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>55391

How the fuck is there not a public outcry in the USA yet? Can anyone help spread the word of atrocities to the fucking fundies and feminazi groups? They should go on the front lines :/

http://www.bbc.com/news/world-us-canada-33941913 Rape and murder of US aod worker, white womanl and jack shit for response.
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Archie Goblingstone - Sat, 15 Aug 2015 19:42:06 EST ID:WBy4CtY7 No.55993 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Vietnam cleaned up our afterbirth in Cambodia.

Turkey and Saudi Arabia can clean up our afterbirth in Iraq and Syria.
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Esther Demmerford - Sat, 15 Aug 2015 22:35:40 EST ID:HTithbbp No.55994 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>55992

>women getting raped during war time

this has never happened before, im sure they just dont know what to do about it yet because its a very new thing, im sure they are working on it.
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Jenny Mullerson - Sun, 16 Aug 2015 08:18:33 EST ID:HI6SkGj2 No.55996 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>55994

It's actually one of the goals in this conflict though. Stated agenda is to breed out non-arab groups through rape and genocide.
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Jeminihar toroanta - Thu, 20 Aug 2015 16:56:35 EST ID:UUObxugf No.56006 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>55391
the Resistance-groups are fighting back!
https://vimeo.com/129935570

I hope that the ISIS-Arseholes are getting wiped out!
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Bungles Jungle - Fri, 21 Aug 2015 04:38:02 EST ID:ghy26hQJ No.56008 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Hell,
Even Al-Qaeda fought against ISIS.
But the last statement was that "Al-Qaeda has been torn apart by ISIS" and they aren't a functioning Organisation anymore....

Maybe that's why the US has stepped back on their drone-attacks?
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Fanny Honeyson - Fri, 21 Aug 2015 05:52:16 EST ID:ghy26hQJ No.56009 Ignore Report Quick Reply
....and don't forget the infighting!
If it's true, they are even executing their own members because of powerstruggles inside!
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Barnaby Blarryworth - Fri, 21 Aug 2015 18:27:55 EST ID:yvasP7HO No.56011 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>55982
>gtfo. Any scholar worth a damn, knows that the jews had simply taken any story of use, and jewed them up to fit their own socio-political propaganda needs. It is a constructed religion created for and by politicians, nothing else.

I don't think I said anything to the contrary. In fact I'd pretty much agree with that characterization.

The fuck set you off?

That has nothing to do with the fact that the bible is an inordinately influential text in world history and that it can be best understood through philological analysis of its original langauge.
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Whitey Borringridge - Mon, 24 Aug 2015 01:56:34 EST ID:HI6SkGj2 No.56018 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>56011

You know... I'm thinking it had something to do with me demanding that it only be spoken aloud in greek or something, because no literal translation could hold the meaning of the accent. ~_~ so yeah, fuck your accentless attempt at a translation without passing on the important part and things.
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Buenosdias Messias - Wed, 26 Aug 2015 05:34:42 EST ID:kHNVMjaN No.56031 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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fuck...
it makes me sick to even think, what it is be for the civillians to get captured by these lunatics and killed just because they don't believe hard enough the crazytalk of a "prophet" who might or might not had some visions, erm halluzinations ....

what a disgusting lunacy!
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A Wizard - Wed, 26 Aug 2015 14:15:41 EST ID:b0Z6XbnQ No.56033 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>56031

So let's fucking do something about it.
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Jack Bankinman - Thu, 27 Aug 2015 15:15:01 EST ID:Q2+4HFCF No.56038 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>56033
like what?
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Graham Snodwill - Fri, 28 Aug 2015 03:00:27 EST ID:b0Z6XbnQ No.56043 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>56038

Spam the internet, recruiting people into the militias? Make articles on all the chans? Scam isil out of money for lulz and profit? Keep their phone lines busy, random calling every number of cell providers in the area that we know they use, so that their IEDs explode, because they use cell phones as detinators sometimes, and we can laugh and say "derka derka muhamid jihad" if they pick up, making their day worse, snd destroying cohesion in their units.

Or we can send things to the people on the ground, as material aid.

Or we can figure out how to LSD bomb their biggest city xD
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Molten Spacepig - Fri, 28 Aug 2015 04:14:09 EST ID:hntm7ni9 No.56044 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>56043
LSD-Bomb their biggest city!
That's genius!
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Molten Spacepig - Fri, 28 Aug 2015 04:30:25 EST ID:hntm7ni9 No.56045 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Sabotage ammo and drop a whole barrage of parachutes to them. Hand grenades that explode when the pin is pulled, exploding mortars, and exploding bullets.

Oh,and give them more taste of the Warthog A 10!
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=b_izdXSIWEg
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Molten Spacepig - Fri, 28 Aug 2015 05:17:22 EST ID:hntm7ni9 No.56046 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>55391
also many former US special forces and mercenaries are kicking ISIS balls already.
(although some of them are racist republitards...)
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Graham Snodwill - Fri, 28 Aug 2015 16:23:26 EST ID:b0Z6XbnQ No.56047 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>56044

Thank you. Also, take note. NOBODY will stop you from brewing lsd if you are doing it in that region. Just tell them the truth, it is ingredients for a bomb that you are building to attack the enemy. They don't need to know what's in it.

Next, it is incredibly easy to change out the payload of most mortars/rockets and such in the area, and the people there know how to do it. Beyond that, drones are cheap enough to get a small bomb out there, if rocket seems like a bad idea.

Lastly, the day after the bomb, the survivors should be traumatized and completely exhausted. They should be easy pickings, especially with how many confused suicide bombers they associated with during the unexpected and unexplained trip.
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Lydia Mimmerlane - Fri, 28 Aug 2015 20:05:55 EST ID:hT3/Evlt No.56048 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>56045
Yeah seriously. Fuck all those fancy planes and F-16s and Drones. Just send in all the A-10s we can muster.

I hate the imperialist war machine, but fuck if the A-10 is not one of the coolest fucking planes out there.
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Molten Lavagrill - Sat, 29 Aug 2015 18:19:42 EST ID:0khZlgeb No.56051 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>56047
any way to contact the resistance-groups?

...
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Doris Feggletore - Sun, 30 Aug 2015 19:50:35 EST ID:b0Z6XbnQ No.56061 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>56051

Which one? The YBS would probably love a mad scientist. The peshmerga are a bit too organized. No idea if the Sons of Liberty International would help or not, but their leader looks like he'd do it if he had the stuff.
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Walter Mummlewell - Mon, 31 Aug 2015 05:53:02 EST ID:8hSk1rC9 No.56064 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>56045
>Sabotage ammo and drop a whole barrage of parachutes to them. Hand grenades that explode when the pin is pulled, exploding mortars, and exploding bullets.
We've been doing that since Vietnam
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=62Bi3RPz_2E
It doesn't work so well when our contractors/the sides we're supporting end up buying that ammo off the local markets.
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Sophie Bluttingshit - Mon, 31 Aug 2015 12:30:37 EST ID:b0Z6XbnQ No.56065 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>56064

That's a good point. Most sides are using a lot of the same rounds, and marking them in any way would defeat the purpose.
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Faggy Suzzleway - Mon, 31 Aug 2015 17:21:18 EST ID:SJFlloQu No.56066 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>55948
>Turkey openly begins airstrikes on ISIS in Syria and Iraq.
Also on the Kurds in Syria and Iraq.

god damn turks.

!
Everyone except the US (apparently) had already figured out what Turkey's real intentions were in this.
http://www.independent.co.uk/voices/comment/turkey-duped-the-us-and-isis-reaps-rewards-10478720.html
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Charles Pickwill - Tue, 01 Sep 2015 23:10:43 EST ID:46Ivwr3B No.56069 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>56065

Not necessarily. Unlike them, we can ramp up production infinitely. If there's a chance the rounds are tainted, we could roll out brand new replacements using ammo that only we use, and that only works with our guns.
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Ensuring Journallist - Wed, 02 Sep 2015 18:01:43 EST ID:kYR7VxvK No.56071 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>55391
dropping bombs with pork-fat-shrapnells.
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me - Wed, 02 Sep 2015 18:02:58 EST ID:NFLi5hTP No.56072 Ignore Report Quick Reply
best
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Lola Rennt - Sun, 13 Sep 2015 16:45:34 EST ID:5SCGTU29 No.56126 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>56071
yeah!
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Lobster Guilt - Thu, 24 Sep 2015 03:06:17 EST ID:8pml8/SO No.56146 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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you can bomb them, but you won't get to their roots.
Don't forget these arseholes have much, much oil!

And enough followers hiding in every corner of the world.
Because people are stupid and dangerous.

btw:
How America should deal with ISIS:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ekXQsyAM12k
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Jenny Dartson - Fri, 25 Sep 2015 12:32:35 EST ID:mZ1kwu6D No.56147 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>56146
>TYT
lmao no
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Jenkins Fibulator - Fri, 25 Sep 2015 14:33:29 EST ID:8CNc1pYf No.56148 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>56147
whatever.
They are making very valid points!
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Molly Daggleson - Sat, 26 Sep 2015 19:02:46 EST ID:AajCcoI/ No.56149 Ignore Report Quick Reply
You guys know this is /his/ right?
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A Wizard - Sun, 27 Sep 2015 06:59:27 EST ID:b0Z6XbnQ No.56150 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>56149

Where the fuck else should we talk about a caliphate? lol, nobody else understands how these people work.
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Digital Salmoncave - Tue, 29 Sep 2015 04:04:42 EST ID:QrONuUM3 No.56152 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>56148
>>56147
stopped watching this douche after this interview:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=r7kqqywey7g

cenk is an insecure dickhead who is afraid that his women won't suck his dick anymore, when he doesn't subordinate.

He may be right on his points on ISIS, but I lost all respect for this manbaby.

sorry for offtopic.
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Nigel Pockfoot - Sat, 03 Oct 2015 19:36:44 EST ID:P3v+GbBE No.56164 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>55432
Being an asshole isn't very Christian but that doesn't stop people either
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IDK FKK - Fri, 30 Oct 2015 10:37:59 EST ID:jrtStkmK No.56239 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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idkfa
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Hannah Sorrymore - Sat, 31 Oct 2015 04:37:59 EST ID:gwy4C2aa No.56240 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>55391
>Even as a hypocrite

>What's the status actually?
>How much is left of them?
It's funny because they've grown since you made this thread.

>When will they be defeated?
Around the same time as America becomes a completely secular socialist state.
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Fanny Blatherworth - Thu, 05 Nov 2015 15:03:06 EST ID:tVa8iL2E No.56253 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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think they dig their own grave.
Especially after shooting down the russian air-plane.
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Fucking Blackfield - Thu, 05 Nov 2015 15:21:49 EST ID:vE/P4+mz No.56254 Ignore Report Quick Reply
i should reread 1984
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Fanny Blatherworth - Thu, 05 Nov 2015 16:34:16 EST ID:tVa8iL2E No.56255 Ignore Report Quick Reply
let me ask some stupid Question:
If ISIS has gained so much power/money by owning oil-fields:
To whom are they selling it?
Who is buying it?!
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Hedda Wuvingketch - Thu, 05 Nov 2015 18:18:36 EST ID:26AxHt5F No.56256 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>56255
Saudis, Qataris, Turks, even Americans. Lots of private individuals/companies who don't give a fiddlers fuck about where the oil comes from.
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Thomas Sangerstock - Thu, 05 Nov 2015 19:03:06 EST ID:yoS4oQiI No.56257 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>56255
Oil's a global commodity. The plants/fields they seized are already hooked into the infrastructure, it's not difficult to find a buyer and deliver the product.

They're also fronted money from Turkish buyers for all the artifacts they loot from ancient cities. The artifacts won't even show up on antiquites markets for another decade.
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Clara Blablingstone - Sat, 07 Nov 2015 00:33:54 EST ID:CBu3jKCh No.56262 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>56256
Gas is about half as much as it was 2 years ago.
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Frederick Bridgeten - Sat, 07 Nov 2015 14:45:39 EST ID:46Ivwr3B No.56264 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>56255

Some Iraqi trucking company doesn't want to pay duties on oil, buy through some guy they know, who buys from some guy he knows, who ISIS is supplying. It's a convoluted process, and the end user has to be given the benefit of the doubt, since this is the solution for both above and below board transactions.
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George Nallerlog - Thu, 19 Nov 2015 14:04:13 EST ID:7x0NfHVj No.56306 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>56239

Saudi Arabia supports Daesh,
USA doesn't want to wipe Daesh off the map (maybe because they planted them there?)
and Russia and France are now butt-raping Daesh hard (and accomplished in one week more then US of A could fart out)

c'mon:
These daesh-fuckheads have been planted there!
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Nebula Quarters - Fri, 20 Nov 2015 04:36:17 EST ID:T0E3psVt No.56309 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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http://i100.independent.co.uk/article/isis-are-really-upset-with-the-french-governments-new-name-for-them--e1MHeltAVl

http://bigstory.ap.org/article/islamic-state-group-name-raises-objection

let's keep calling these goatfuckers Daesh!
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Illumicon - Fri, 27 Nov 2015 17:03:11 EST ID:iLq5NpGB No.56328 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>56306
People need to realize the real situation here. The assholes in charge of Turkey are supporting some assholes in Syria. The assholes in charge of Russia are supporting different assholes in Syria.

The western world can’t find anyone to support in Syria who isn’t an asshole, except possibly the Kurds. Except that the US doesn’t want to support the Kurds too much because it would piss off the assholes in charge of Turkey. Even though the Turks are assholes, they used to not be assholes and the US kind of wants them to not be assholes again. So the US doesn’t want to be assholes to Turkey, even though it means kind of being assholes to the Kurds.

So when some other assholes in Syria (who everyone agrees are assholes) attacked the French, the Russians decided to use it as an excuse to bomb some of the assholes in Syria that they don’t like, and they figured no one would really pay much attention to whether or not the assholes they bombed were actually the assholes who attacked the French. And the western governments pretty much decided to just not make a fuss about specifically which assholes the Russians bombed, since they are all assholes.
Except that the Turks were pissed that the Russians were bombing their assholes. So they decided to be assholes and kill the assholes who were killing their assholes.

Meanwhile, the Syrian people are stuck in the middle. Surrounded by assholes on all sides, with pretty much no hope of anyone who isn’t an asshole coming to help them.
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Nigel Hibblespear - Sat, 28 Nov 2015 15:32:41 EST ID:ixyXQkuC No.56329 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>56328
Keep firing, assholes!
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Graham Ciblingchut - Wed, 02 Dec 2015 21:14:20 EST ID:HG6Ihumd No.56340 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>56309
i like to call them "the al-baghdadi clique", like the warlords of 1920s china
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Bumble Bee - Wed, 06 Jan 2016 17:24:53 EST ID:qlKLxGAE No.56391 Ignore Report Quick Reply
WAT THE FACK?!
http://news.sky.com/story/1617197/exclusive-inside-is-terror-weapons-lab
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A Wizard - Mon, 11 Jan 2016 17:23:13 EST ID:G0SxLOMT No.56401 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>56309

I personally prefer to call them Shitbeards.
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Jack Honeybury - Tue, 12 Jan 2016 18:05:59 EST ID:Qw9xlhKV No.56402 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>56401
thats because you're a cretin
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Ebenezer Favingfuck - Sun, 17 Jan 2016 10:24:29 EST ID:FqRGTRMQ No.56407 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>56391
That's actually a very interesting article.

Back when this thread was posted, the Daesh fuckers didn't even bother with that shit because they had whole armadas of captured Iraqi tanks, APCs and jeeps.

Now they're stuck with typical terrorism tactics.

They're dying.
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Nathaniel Closhpin - Sun, 17 Jan 2016 17:01:57 EST ID:yoS4oQiI No.56408 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>56407
What got buried in the news by the Paris attacks a few months ago was IS's Syrian and Iraqi holdings being separated by Kurds recapturing the town of Sinjar. Which, ironically, is the place that ISIS got American Republicans all riled up in the first place, due to their slaughtering of Yazidis.
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A Wizard - Mon, 18 Jan 2016 20:46:04 EST ID:G0SxLOMT No.56409 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>56402

Why would someone from Transval talk shit on Crete?
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Nell Hazzlegold - Tue, 19 Jan 2016 20:05:11 EST ID:Z61lu4Xf No.56412 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>56409
why do you think im from the transvaal
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A Wizard - Wed, 20 Jan 2016 20:47:16 EST ID:G0SxLOMT No.56414 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>56412

Honestly? I was really fucking baked and remembered a story told to me by this random black guy who I forgot was my neighbor (would explain why he was in my living room...) when he was recounting the tale of his experience dating a tranny, and when she said "I gotta tells you something... I'm a tranny." and he was all "Wha? It's cool yo, why would I care you're from Transval?" and sooo, I posted that.

:/ damn it, I need some more weed. Fucking mercury retrograde.
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Phoebe Shakeway - Thu, 21 Jan 2016 14:39:55 EST ID:FqRGTRMQ No.56417 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>56408
Typical of ISIS.

They get their asses kicked in actual battle, so they either blow up some priceless piece of historical architecture or do some terrorism to divert attention.
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A Wizard - Thu, 21 Jan 2016 22:41:39 EST ID:G0SxLOMT No.56418 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>56417

Yeah, that's how Islam works. Ever since shitbeard the first tried to take over mecca.
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Lebar Organists - Wed, 27 Jan 2016 19:45:49 EST ID:98v9p/1y No.56436 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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so, where are all the moderate muslims kicking Daeshs ass?
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A Wizard - Thu, 28 Jan 2016 13:30:14 EST ID:G0SxLOMT No.56440 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>56436

I recall something about Turkey bombing them.
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Doris Cigglestock - Thu, 28 Jan 2016 14:03:42 EST ID:6PhWCkVP No.56441 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>56436
All over Iraq and Syria?
>YPG
>SAA
>Iraqi Army
>Jordanian Air Force
>Peshmerga
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Fuck Hesslesan - Thu, 28 Jan 2016 17:51:06 EST ID:8qz5dsIm No.56442 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>56436
This whole fucking situation could be done and dusted with it if Turkey, Jordan and Saudi Arabia just said "ok fuck this", swooped the fuck in, toppled Assad, toppled Isis, propped up some moderate Islamic government (Islamic Front?) and went home.

Turkey has one of the most advanced militaries in the world. Jordan and Saudi Arabia are pumped with US money and military technology, maybe not Jordan as much but Saudi Arabia is definitely the regional heavyweight. Iran and Russia would cry all they want but let's face it they wouldn't do jack shit, especially not with a NATO member. I'm not pro-Western policy and I despise every both the Turkish and Saudi government, but this whole situation is such a fucking fatal mess that could be ended SO easily if the West's "allies" would actually do something. Even the US defence minister (or general?) recently said that there are certain coalition members that are doing next to nothing and need to start pulling their own weight, specifically referencing Turkey. Like they are just SITTING there. It was only sometime in the last 3 months that they thought it would be a good idea to finally close their border with Syria and stop letting in the oh I dunno THOUSANDS UPON THOUSANDS of jihadis streaming in with ease. I have the deepest empathy and regret for all those killed in Turkey by terrorist attacks, but from a geo-political point of view, it's a big smug FUCK YOU to Turkey. It's no secret Erdogan was buds with Isis - he tried to pander to both sides, two-timing cunt, and he got fucked for it. I fucking hate Erdogan.

I hate this conflict, I hate the refugee crisis, I hate all this neo-colonialism and juvenile chess games between greater powers and most importantly I hate all the suffering that the average Joe and Jane must endure as a result. I just want it to be over, and the solution is so simple... But of course, politics doesn't work like that.
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Fuck Hesslesan - Thu, 28 Jan 2016 17:58:22 EST ID:8qz5dsIm No.56443 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>56442
Or in this case, your average Mohsen and Elan. I also meant that both Saudi Arabia and Turkey are the regional heavyweights but that was obviously inferred. But yeah, my blood boils just thinking about it. We all know there are going to be more attacks. There are countless foiled but all it takes is one to slip through the net. I live in France at the moment and I dread that moment where I look at the news and see that it's happened again... or worse, be in Paris on an unlucky day, in an unlucky place at an unlucky time...

This whole thing and the refugee crisis which is tearing apart Europe just feels like a perpetual bad dream. Again, the solution could be quick and easy...
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Sophie Greenspear - Fri, 29 Jan 2016 13:34:24 EST ID:vAooHJCz No.56446 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>56442
>Saudi Arabia

>Propping up a "moderate Islamic government"

You don't know much about the Saudis, do you? There isn't much a difference between the way they run their country and foreign affairs and the way ISIS does it. Saudi Arabia is only Anti-ISIS because ISIS directly challenges their influence in the region.
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John Fusslefoot - Fri, 29 Jan 2016 16:55:02 EST ID:yzFkBcu4 No.56447 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>56446
Yes, I'm completely aware of all of that, thank you. But I was speaking in purely idealistic terms. That, in my own opinion, would be the easiest solution to all of this. To be honest a moderate government of any sorts would be ideal, facilitated by Turkey and Saudi Arabia. But obviously that's NOT going to happen because that is not Saudi Arabia nor Turkey's agenda... that's why it makes me angry.
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Nathaniel Millywerk - Sat, 30 Jan 2016 09:23:01 EST ID:K4Uhiwu6 No.56449 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>56440
nah.
Turkey is bombing the peshmerga and the YPG.
Not their own ISIS-friends.

Lets not forget they shot down a russian Airplane that was fighting ISIS! (!) and many ISIS-Members are actually turks.

And lets add for the record, that Saudi Arabia is also an islamistic fascist state and does beheadings of homosexuals and journalists andis torturing bloggers and women.

>>56046
more info on that?
Are there really american mercs kicking ISIS ass?
Any footage?
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Samuel Menninghall - Sat, 30 Jan 2016 14:04:45 EST ID:vAooHJCz No.56450 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>56447
But it isn't idealistic, unless you just want to return to a pre-ISIS status quo. From my point of view the Saudis need to be disposed of just as bad as ISIS does.

But I'm just the type of guy who believes free republics have a right and an obligation to overthrow totalitarian regimes.
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Sidney Choshtot - Sat, 06 Feb 2016 16:54:19 EST ID:FqRGTRMQ No.56467 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>56449
Well, in the defense of the Saudi's, decapitating someone with a bigass scimitar is a lot more civilized than basically butchering through someone's neck with a hunting knife.

I do wonder why the Saudi's don't use guillotines. Even a heavy two-handed sword has serious troubles getting through a neck in one go. Pesky neck vertebrates. In the renaissance in Germany, executioners that would behead people in one and two swings would get payed handsomely. The people loved public executions, but no one likes to see someone getting whacked in the neck five times before they die.
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Fanny Ginningsid - Sun, 07 Feb 2016 19:58:52 EST ID:aTtvl4Pq No.56468 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>56449
That's a good picture. I honestly wouldn't be surprised at Erdouan having a little false nostalgia for the ancient caliphate. He's a religious dictator at this point and if he wanted to bring back the ottoman empire/caliphate He could easily try and head that.
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Lillian Clayforth - Mon, 08 Feb 2016 02:31:25 EST ID:FqRGTRMQ No.56469 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>56468
>erdogan
>having nostalgia for a caliphate

>not having nostalgia for the ottoman empire crushing all caliphates

Nigga, why are you in /his/ if you don't even know history... you FUCKING RETARD?
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Jenny Clapperdale - Thu, 11 Feb 2016 20:03:51 EST ID:46Ivwr3B No.56480 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>56469

The Ottomans were the last Caliphate bro.
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Caroline Guttingstadge - Fri, 12 Feb 2016 05:03:53 EST ID:FqRGTRMQ No.56481 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>56480
If they were they were only in name. The Turks have never cared about religion. Only power and wealth.
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Jenny Clapperdale - Fri, 12 Feb 2016 10:38:26 EST ID:46Ivwr3B No.56484 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>56481

>power and wealth

The literal definition of religion.
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Jarvis Murringwell - Fri, 12 Feb 2016 16:55:43 EST ID:fFCl/TFP No.56486 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>56484

very cutting wit, not at all braindead and lacking in depth
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Geronimo Stalker - Sat, 20 Feb 2016 06:27:10 EST ID:yeApomhi No.56535 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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well,
at least Daesh is running out of money.

http://bigstory.ap.org/article/8525438a8ca94624934a8020f445ff41/faces-budget-crunch-killing-perks-and-slashing-salaries

http://www.aymennjawad.org/18453/is-isis-good-at-governing

Russias Airstrikes and Peshmergas bullets seem to give good results!
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Simon Nannerbury - Sat, 20 Feb 2016 08:49:26 EST ID:T/VEpZlt No.56536 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>56535
It's lose, not loose. And no one lost their shit.
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Samuel Tillingworth - Sat, 20 Feb 2016 13:24:22 EST ID:FqRGTRMQ No.56537 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>56535
>Daesh releasing prisoners for $500

That's some Mount & Blade shit yo. Some medieval ransom shit.
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Molly Lightgold - Fri, 26 Feb 2016 20:16:21 EST ID:T/VEpZlt No.56558 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>56552
They seem like pretty reasonable criticisms. I wouldn't describe them as "losing their shit".
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Priscilla Brivingwill - Sat, 05 Mar 2016 21:38:30 EST ID:PMeC+LId No.56568 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>56552

My bet is they will become collectors items soon.
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Martin Donnerforth - Sun, 13 Mar 2016 04:02:01 EST ID:zh9Yljcc No.56577 Ignore Report Quick Reply
I'd agree that we should only kill others if they want to kill others, but then what does that make their killers?
Damn, justice is a recursive...

Jus dis once, I'll make everything right!
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fuckboy - Mon, 14 Mar 2016 20:19:04 EST ID:6OX0YwbQ No.56584 Ignore Report Quick Reply
OP is the reason pacifists suck
(they just racists who think violence only belongs in the 3rd world)
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Maestro Pigsavn - Sun, 01 May 2016 13:24:43 EST ID:RBdVEzBJ No.56677 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>56552
thinking about the hundreds mercenaries taking up arms and joining ranks with different ethnicities just to fight Daesh
makes me hope they flush these goat-fuckers down the drain!

>>56584
you can't have peace without fighting for it
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Archie Blammergold - Sat, 11 Jun 2016 06:53:35 EST ID:R447Jg7l No.56720 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>55391
>When will they be defeated?
Next Tuesday.
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Pentagon - Fri, 17 Jun 2016 10:23:12 EST ID:ZLtiXm/t No.56733 Ignore Report Quick Reply
America has Airborne Rangers. Does ISIS?

Don't worry boys and girls, this country will always be free.
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Cyril Buzzwater - Fri, 17 Jun 2016 12:48:37 EST ID:6PhWCkVP No.56734 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>56733
>America
>free
lol
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Ophange Pemppelo - Wed, 18 Oct 2017 18:12:24 EST ID:7KLCRgz2 No.57282 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Rakka freed by Kurdish-Forves and Mercs!

Good job boys & girls!
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Polly Pittwell - Tue, 07 Nov 2017 10:09:33 EST ID:IPTSCini No.57295 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>56677
They was some exmilitary christian crusader folks who went to fight with the PKK but left when they found out they were socialists.

Did Isis ever find a new source of income? Last I heard they basically ran out of banks to rob, but this was years ago.
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Shitting Henningshaw - Mon, 22 Jan 2018 23:17:29 EST ID:bYbZAxnz No.57353 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>57282
>Kurds kicked Daeshs ass
>Germany sells tanks to the turks
>Turks shooting the Kurds now
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Edwin Doggleridge - Tue, 30 Jan 2018 19:07:04 EST ID:dUHNnmI0 No.57356 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>57353

I just had a realization that the Kurds are basically the new Poles. Turkey:Syria:US::UK:Russia:Germany
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Priscilla Murdbanks - Sat, 17 Mar 2018 10:49:36 EST ID:sYpKvVF0 No.57404 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Looks like its gone South for the Kurds in Afrin with the Turkish army offensive. Meanwhile ISIS have re-emerged in Iraq and have been in conflict with the Kurds in recent weeks.
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Phyllis Brookville - Tue, 20 Mar 2018 19:30:47 EST ID:/mZfItc6 No.57405 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>57404

yeah, poor kurd-bros got fucked in afrin by erdoganistan


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