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  1. Those killings happened out of what number of police interventions? What is the number of people wrongly killed by the police in comparison to all the killings done by common people? The answers proclaim your statistics as selective 'progressive' propaganda.
  2. Like immediate defunding of police and reinvestment into education, social services and community business opportunities would immediately result in a decrease of violence and crime. It's a long term process that would last for many years if it were successful. Budget cuts and decrease of capacity of law enforcement would probably result in the inability of law enforcement to adequately respond to violent crimes in progress. Also, it's funny the argument defund the police and reinvest into the community like there is absolutely no funds in the US budget for both.
  3. Jeez. I wasn't aware this was a usual weekend in Chicago since you have to dig up info this even happened. If they disbanded the police things should improve.
  4. If the attackers were white and store owners black thou Don Lemon would be screaming for 7 days in a row about yet another racist attacks. This just ain't.
  5. https://twitter.com/MuradGazdiev/status/1268206979723546625?s=20 In what city are these esteemed protesters fighting for racial equality? Anyone know?
  6. Arming the American people to overthrow the evil bigot and racist in the WH! All similarities with Syria are purely coincidental
  7. Just crossed my mind to wonder what would the situation in the United States look like if someone armed these protesters with TOW, MANPAD and assault rifles. Don't know why it popped my mind thou....must be just my imagination.
  8. Kobanî, the city that resisted ISIS for months and paved the way for its defeat is now being shelled by Turkish army. LINK How goes that Turkish propaganda slogan when they roll into Syria to fight 'terrorists': Go tell the infidels, the army of the Prophet Muhammed has returned. Turkish state has directly and indirectly helped ISIS for years when they hoped they will be the proxy to overthrow Assad. Not to mention the oil from the black market they got from their ISIS partners. I think Tulsi Gabbard summed it up pretty much close on the pending situation:
  9. Yeah, and the statements made by western media and governments/intelligence is truth by default. Never ever have they mislead, lied or deceived anyone. Any contradiction towards that end equals to tinfoil rhetoric. But you're right about one thing, and that's denialism. Just not in any sense you're trying to prove.
  10. It started as a scheme for yet another regime change, this time in Syria which proved to be more complicated than anticipated. Once Assad is gone they will isolate and completely clean out Lebanon from Hezzbolah. Then it will come down to Iran and they will be attacked. Then the new puppet regime in Damascus will probably fail and we'll have a new conflict. And around around they go playing Risk with countries, peoples lives and faiths.
  11. Al-Nusra. Frikin jihadi Sharia law head decapitating scum of the earth qualify as truth holders and credible witnesses. I guess Taliban did as well while fighting the Soviets back in the 80s so why can't Al-Nusra today. Also, as I already mentioned, the US threatened to undergo further attacks on Assad's military if any more chemical attacks happen. This is an open invitation for all those radical Islamist groups in Syria that have access to some sort of chemical weapons to go out there and use it on civilian targets as it will automatically result in inflicting damage to their opponent.
  12. Rebel groups in Syria launched chemical attacks on countless occasions according to Assad's regime. Assad is saying that - logic is it must be lies. Al-Nusra/other rebel groups say Assad is using chemical weapons - logic is it must be true. The only logic here is we are going to trust those claims that suit our interests. ISIS admitted using chemical weapons for 52 times in Syria and Iraq. I'm just wondering how there wasn't any hype about them using chemical weapons to kill civilians among other. I guess that's a normal thing.
  13. US government lost its face in front of the entire world already 14 years ago. Faces of Mattis, Tillerson or any other government official don't carry any wight. Maybe only in the eyes of the US public. This attack last night was in plan far before. US government doesn't have the means to properly undergo investigation who used chemical weapons in such a short time. Trump just showed his muscles and launched an attack on another country on his own.
  14. It's about psychology. Making the rebels afraid. "I can kill all of you brutally at the push of a button" Assad is going to use chemical weapons giving him no tactical advantage over his enemies whatsoever while giving other nations reason to move against him. Makes sense. Al-Nusra that holds that city says Assad used chemical weapons. They're a very trustworthy folks. An American bi-product like countless other groups in Syria.
  15. Yeah, what the US government says must be true without a doubt.
  16. That is what the Russians are claiming: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yfsZyV9eVcs From the pictures seen so far no way 49 cruise missiles hit that place. EDIT - supposedly large scale offensive by ISIS and Al-Nusra was launched right after these strikes.
  17. The city they attacked was under rebel control Chemical weapons in Syria are in a way all over the place. There were a number of warehouses that were ransacked. Syrian government and some opposition forces have them. What proof do we have that actually the Syrian government was behind this attack other than it happened in a city under rebel control? With this attack by the US any rebel forces can use simple logic: use chemical weapons on civilians > media will automatically blame Assad > the US will attack our enemy Assad.
  18. Funny how a lot of civilians getting out of Aleppo are saying that was in fact the rebels who were denying them exit out of the city, denying them food and supplies, and basically using them as leverage.
  19. So here's the man who killed the Russian pilot while parachuting, turns out to be a Turkish citizen, shocked really. http://southfront.org/turkmen-commander-who-admitted-killing-2-russian-pilots-is-turkey-citizen/ http://anfenglish.com/news/turkmen-commander-turns-out-to-be-turkish-nationalist That area in which Turkmen rebels operate is the very region where pretty much all the foreign fighters from Europe come to fight for ISIS. I really hope from all of this that Russia would arm the Kurds to the teeth to fight of the Islamist scum.
  20. NATO and the West having double standards? I'm shocked. Anyways, testimony of the rescued pilot: https://www.rt.com/news/323431-saved-pilot-turkish-su24/ Goes without saying that the pilot is lying, like all evil Russians do. It is known.
  21. Neither do I and yet here we are. As I said a little restraint on both sides would not have out of order. @Hildegard - Assuming a straight line path, the flying time is less than a minute - (6 - 8 km / 800 kph) * 3600 secs/hr = 27 - 36 seconds. The claim was that the Russian Su-24 was warned 10 times over a 5 minute interval but that the warnings began prior to the Su-24 crossing Turkish airspace. As in "change course you are about to violate Turkish airspace" which is exactly what you would expect. Again it's a matter of when the warnings were issued and why they were ignored. Of course you're simply free to view the insidious Turks as having schemed and plotted to shoot down a Russian aircraft. If so, I suggest you ask Gifted1 if he can also hook you up with some of that Fantastic Illuminati Mayonaise. Deliberate shooting of a Russian plane by the Turks equals Illuminati conspiracy theories. Hahaha, you're mental. Here's another conspiracy junk for you: https://twitter.com/Breaking911/status/668904110121484288 $2 question, who do you think they targeted? Was it ISIS maybe? The Turks are one of ISIS strongest allies in this fight for years, and that's no Alien - Vatican conspiracy for you. Of course, you won't here that on government filtered propaganda like most of western media. Back to the theme in question, standard protocol in intercepting foreign planes is warning, intercepting and only then hostile action when you don't manage to drive off the plane. Guess we jumped from one to three really fast. And then just in that area the Turkmen rebels were ready for the Russians: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IschF-ihjS0&feature=youtu.be Did you see that video with the dead Russian pilot? Love those 'moderate' rebels in Syria, really nice secularized folks. Hope they lead the new Syria into a better tomorrow with freedom and democracy on top.
  22. This is the picture from the Turkish side where the Su-24 supposedly entered Turkish airspace: The Su-24 was at 6000m altitude with a cruising speed of what, 700-900kph? This gap that he crossed is long approximately 6-8km. Do simple math, how long does that plane need to cross that area? Here's what Turkish-US allies had to say: http://www.todayonline.com/world/turkish-military-says-downed-jet-was-warned-10-times-over-airspace-violation Supposedly the plane was warned for 5 minutes 10 times while in Turkish airspace. So I guess the Su-24 was flying what, 50kph according to the Turks? Hahaha what a joke. What a classic ambush by the Turks. Hope this backfires for those ISIS loving Islamist Turkish ****.
  23. In other news...I love this...The UN General Assembly's human right committee on Thursday adopted a Saudi-drafted resolution condemning Iranian and Russian intervention in Syria. The non-binding resolution, authored by Saudi Arabia and co-sponsored by Qatar and other Arab nations, the United States and other Western powers, was adopted by the 193-nation assembly. http://www.reuters.com/article/2015/11/19/us-mideast-crisis-syria-iran-un-idUSKCN0T834320151119#u71QOp9SuHol7Id5.97 I frikin love the hypocrisy of the very countries pushing this resolution that actually created ISIS, a genocidal organization that devoured two countries. Now condemning the only two countries that actually are fighting ISIS. Saudi Arabia, Turkey, Gulf countries and United States helped the growth of Islamic Jihadist more than any other countries in the world. Shows just how these countries don't give a rats ass about anything but mapping the picture of the world to their benefit and interest. The price doesn't matter at all. PS. Saudi's teaching others about human rights, one of the funniest jokes this month.
  24. The Israeli security is very effective and Hamaass control the main military strategy against Israel...ISIS isn't aligned to Hamas it would be very tough for ISIS to operate in places like Gaza and the West Bank Proper response. I would add as well that they would be foolish to attack someone who is actually their indirect ally in all of this.
  25. Why ISIS never attacks Israel?
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