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Years ago before the BBC became a right wing propaganda machine they used to do some tremendous investigative journalism.

Pity they dont look into the thirty thousand, yes thirty thousand American private companies operating at the moment in Afghanistan.

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Obama was also unsettled by a surprise visit early in the week from James Clapper, his director of national intelligence, who interrupted the President’s Daily Brief, the threat report Obama receives each morning from Clapper’s analysts, to make clear that the intelligence on Syria’s use of sarin gas, while robust, was not a “slam dunk.” He chose the term carefully. Clapper, the chief of an intelligence community traumatized by its failures in the run-up to the Iraq War, was not going to overpromise, in the manner of the onetime CIA director George Tenet, who famously guaranteed George W. Bush a “slam dunk” in Iraq.

http://www.theatlantic.com/magazine/arc ... ne/471525/

You wouldn't get the impression from watching or reading the MSM but this article confirms what a lot of blogs etc. have been saying for awhile, the Syrian government was not responsible for the use of chemical weapons in Ghouta. Classic false-flag by the Turks.

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Assad comes in for as much criticism on the question of barrel bombs though.

The thought of true democracy came into my mind the other night, what does it mean, are our Royal Family democratically elected - of course not, but yet the Queen still has lots of power and influence and is extremely wealthy too even if, we have a so called democratically elected government.

So why is the Assad dynasty better or worse than the Saudi family and why isn't America trying to destabilise them? America fooks up almost everything it touches and I wish they would stay at home. I wonder if they will again come to Europe's aid looking to earn another huge buck when war breaks out between Muslim and Christian and Jew.

If I could vote Bulgaria out of the EU NOW, I would do it, we'd lose a lot in revenue, but we would seal the borders, crack skulls and send them back to Turkey, but instead, we are having to make deals within deals as a part of the new EU Danegeld strategy with the Turks. Total and utter madness, who are these people that play with our futures in the short-term not having an ounce of common sense or foresight for the long-term.

I might as well convert to Allah and get myself a prayer mat. :evil:

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Democracy.

Its not to be found in many countries, possibly a few in central Europe and Scandinavia.

Not seen in the UK since the late sixties/early seventies.

Though that seventies decade the powers that be had to put the peasants back in their box, they did it very well.

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Looks like it could all be over soon now that Turkey has reconciled with Russia and Iran. Syria is saved. Kurds and their Israeli supporters get checked. Israelis and Wahhabis left holding the bag with the US firmly pushed out of the Middle East.

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This topic has been running for over 4 years now and there is still no real end to it, the conflict not the thread that is.
Thank heavens we kept out of it.

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The Turks have little conscience the way they treat Kurds which will likely eventually involve Iraq. Once they do that further problems could escalate. To many factions at play to be able to see a way forward towards peace.

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The Turks have little conscience the way they treat Kurds which will likely eventually involve Iraq. Once they do that further problems could escalate. To many factions at play to be able to see a way forward towards peace.


Once the Turks and Ruskies are fully in cahoots, we've got massive problems. God help us if Turkey joins the EU any time soon, although they kind of have, given the amount already living in Germany.

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THE BIG BAD WOLF wrote:
https://elijahjm.wordpress.com/2016/08/30/putin-and-erdogan-have-agreed-on-a-restricted-road-map-in-syria-the-kurds-and-nusra-will-be-the-main-losers/

Looks like it could all be over soon now that Turkey has reconciled with Russia and Iran. Syria is saved. Kurds and their Israeli supporters get checked. Israelis and Wahhabis left holding the bag with the US firmly pushed out of the Middle East.


Fine, but what is your view of the Kurds - are they not entitled to an autonomous region in between all of those countries they reside to be called Kurdistan?

What evidence do you have of Israeli support and what advantage do you see Israel gaining by stirring up the soup in the regions where the Kurds seek their autonomous state?

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Moscow Wolf wrote:
THE BIG BAD WOLF wrote:
https://elijahjm.wordpress.com/2016/08/30/putin-and-erdogan-have-agreed-on-a-restricted-road-map-in-syria-the-kurds-and-nusra-will-be-the-main-losers/

Looks like it could all be over soon now that Turkey has reconciled with Russia and Iran. Syria is saved. Kurds and their Israeli supporters get checked. Israelis and Wahhabis left holding the bag with the US firmly pushed out of the Middle East.


Fine, but what is your view of the Kurds - are they not entitled to an autonomous region in between all of those countries they reside to be called Kurdistan?

What evidence do you have of Israeli support and what advantage do you see Israel gaining by stirring up the soup in the regions where the Kurds seek their autonomous state?


I agree - and I thought id posted smilar on this thread but cant find it ...I basically said before the Turks went into Syria that I wondered how long it would be before they got more involved as a pretence for kicking the Kurds again.

The west have used the Kurds as boots on the ground in the fight against ISIS- and now it looks like the tide is beginning to turn Turkey is now worried and is sticking the boot in.

Lets see how the Americans respond to this ....at the moment just a little posturing?

The kurds may have seen an oppurtunity and grasped it ...but I would hope the west doesnt now turn their back on them ...but I wont be holding my breath.


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Watch how we treated the Cossacks at the end of WW2 on YouTube. It will give you an idea of what's about to happen to the Kurds

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Moscow Wolf wrote:
THE BIG BAD WOLF wrote:
https://elijahjm.wordpress.com/2016/08/30/putin-and-erdogan-have-agreed-on-a-restricted-road-map-in-syria-the-kurds-and-nusra-will-be-the-main-losers/

Looks like it could all be over soon now that Turkey has reconciled with Russia and Iran. Syria is saved. Kurds and their Israeli supporters get checked. Israelis and Wahhabis left holding the bag with the US firmly pushed out of the Middle East.


Fine, but what is your view of the Kurds - are they not entitled to an autonomous region in between all of those countries they reside to be called Kurdistan?

What evidence do you have of Israeli support and what advantage do you see Israel gaining by stirring up the soup in the regions where the Kurds seek their autonomous state?


Israelis have been sponsoring the Kurds for a long long time, not really a secret. Israelis always seek to fracture their rivals on sectarian lines, the Oded Yinon plan, one of the reasons for the chronic instability in the region.

Kurds were doing ok in Syria and were going to get a good deal, then they attacked the Christian militia in Hasaka and the SAA, got greedy. Of course a lot of Kurds live in villages which were once Armenian, Kurds are no more civilised than the rest in the region as the Armenian genocide shows.

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THE BIG BAD WOLF wrote:
Moscow Wolf wrote:
THE BIG BAD WOLF wrote:
https://elijahjm.wordpress.com/2016/08/30/putin-and-erdogan-have-agreed-on-a-restricted-road-map-in-syria-the-kurds-and-nusra-will-be-the-main-losers/

Looks like it could all be over soon now that Turkey has reconciled with Russia and Iran. Syria is saved. Kurds and their Israeli supporters get checked. Israelis and Wahhabis left holding the bag with the US firmly pushed out of the Middle East.


Fine, but what is your view of the Kurds - are they not entitled to an autonomous region in between all of those countries they reside to be called Kurdistan?

What evidence do you have of Israeli support and what advantage do you see Israel gaining by stirring up the soup in the regions where the Kurds seek their autonomous state?


Israelis have been sponsoring the Kurds for a long long time, not really a secret. Israelis always seek to fracture their rivals on sectarian lines, the Oded Yinon plan, one of the reasons for the chronic instability in the region.

Kurds were doing ok in Syria and were going to get a good deal, then they attacked the Christian militia in Hasaka and the SAA, got greedy. Of course a lot of Kurds live in villages which were once Armenian, Kurds are no more civilised than the rest in the region as the Armenian genocide shows.


I thought the Armenian genocide was commited by Turkey?


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Fine, but what is your view of the Kurds - are they not entitled to an autonomous region in between all of those countries they reside to be called Kurdistan?

What evidence do you have of Israeli support and what advantage do you see Israel gaining by stirring up the soup in the regions where the Kurds seek their autonomous state?


Israelis have been sponsoring the Kurds for a long long time, not really a secret. Israelis always seek to fracture their rivals on sectarian lines, the Oded Yinon plan, one of the reasons for the chronic instability in the region.

Kurds were doing ok in Syria and were going to get a good deal, then they attacked the Christian militia in Hasaka and the SAA, got greedy. Of course a lot of Kurds live in villages which were once Armenian, Kurds are no more civilised than the rest in the region as the Armenian genocide shows.


I thought the Armenian genocide was commited by Turkey?


Like usual, it depends on who's version of history you read and choose to believe, but at least Israel is not being blamed for that one. :wink:

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THE BIG BAD WOLF wrote:
Moscow Wolf wrote:
THE BIG BAD WOLF wrote:
https://elijahjm.wordpress.com/2016/08/30/putin-and-erdogan-have-agreed-on-a-restricted-road-map-in-syria-the-kurds-and-nusra-will-be-the-main-losers/

Looks like it could all be over soon now that Turkey has reconciled with Russia and Iran. Syria is saved. Kurds and their Israeli supporters get checked. Israelis and Wahhabis left holding the bag with the US firmly pushed out of the Middle East.


Fine, but what is your view of the Kurds - are they not entitled to an autonomous region in between all of those countries they reside to be called Kurdistan?

What evidence do you have of Israeli support and what advantage do you see Israel gaining by stirring up the soup in the regions where the Kurds seek their autonomous state?


Israelis have been sponsoring the Kurds for a long long time, not really a secret. Israelis always seek to fracture their rivals on sectarian lines, the Oded Yinon plan, one of the reasons for the chronic instability in the region.

Kurds were doing ok in Syria and were going to get a good deal, then they attacked the Christian militia in Hasaka and the SAA, got greedy. Of course a lot of Kurds live in villages which were once Armenian, Kurds are no more civilised than the rest in the region as the Armenian genocide shows.


Perhaps, but until you prove it categorically then, it is pure conjecture and nothing more than my loose bar talk that I fooked a young Princes Anne up the rectum. :roll: All nations, Politicians and powerful business folk seek to divide and rule that is a part of the game is it not. :idea:

I just find it interesting that with your knowledge as an MI5 desk officer (:wink:) that you conveniently skirt around any ''other'' outside influence other than Israeli.

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American government not just arming and training ISIS, but now acting as their air force.

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Watching these guys representing their countries at the U.N. you wonder what the world has come to.

They, America and Russia speak in a world of half truths and are more afraid of their own arse than feeding innocent people.
Disgracing the human race with their self interests. Shameful.

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Watching these guys representing their countries at the U.N. you wonder what the world has come to.

They, America and Russia speak in a world of half truths and are more afraid of their own arse than feeding innocent people.
Disgracing the human race with their self interests. Shameful.


If America and Russia were people you knew, acting in such a manner, you'd disown them. So, how can we disown America and Russia? Do we ALL need to emigrate to Australia and New Zealand, to swerve them?

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Watching these guys representing their countries at the U.N. you wonder what the world has come to.

They, America and Russia speak in a world of half truths and are more afraid of their own arse than feeding innocent people.
Disgracing the human race with their self interests. Shameful.


If America and Russia were people you knew, acting in such a manner, you'd disown them. So, how can we disown America and Russia? Do we ALL need to emigrate to Australia and New Zealand, to swerve them?


The Aussies are massively corrupt politically, its like English Labour councilors finding they have billions to spend.
At the highest level Aussie politicians just shaft each other for their own financial gains.
While the Aussie people just drink beer and say Fuck it.

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Good reason the Syrian people were probably the most delighted by a Trump win.

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Trump gets Obama to pull the plug on US support for Al Qaeda.

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Watching these guys representing their countries at the U.N. you wonder what the world has come to.

They, America and Russia speak in a world of half truths and are more afraid of their own arse than feeding innocent people.
Disgracing the human race with their self interests. Shameful.


If America and Russia were people you knew, acting in such a manner, you'd disown them. So, how can we disown America and Russia? Do we ALL need to emigrate to Australia and New Zealand, to swerve them?


The Aussies are massively corrupt politically, its like English Labour councilors finding they have billions to spend.
At the highest level Aussie politicians just shaft each other for their own financial gains.
While the Aussie people just drink beer and say Fuck it.


Same in Telford

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Historically does anyone know the thinking of the English government when they were trying to destroy the Ottoman empire way back in time.

Was it just Oil?

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Historically does anyone know the thinking of the English government when they were trying to destroy the Ottoman empire way back in time.

Was it just Oil?


Syria was always in the French area of influence mate. I think Johnny Turk siding with the Germans may have had something to do with it.

Russia was always their biggest foe . Loss of Empire to the Russ their main gripe.

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Historically does anyone know the thinking of the English government when they were trying to destroy the Ottoman empire way back in time.

Was it just Oil?


How far back in time?

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Historically does anyone know the thinking of the English government when they were trying to destroy the Ottoman empire way back in time.

Was it just Oil?


How far back in time?


I was thinking about the period around the second world war but you could go back to Napoleon around 1800 when the British Navy/army was chasing him round the Med.

Just think if the French had taken India from the Brits at this time how different history would be.

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Historically does anyone know the thinking of the English government when they were trying to destroy the Ottoman empire way back in time.

Was it just Oil?


How far back in time?


I was thinking about the period around the second world war but you could go back to Napoleon around 1800 when the British Navy/army was chasing him round the Med.

Just think if the French had taken India from the Brits at this time how different history would be.


Why not take it back to when communities in Cornwall went to bed every night in fear of being taken into slavery by moslem pirates. Or their armies at the gates of Vienna, or perhaps their qonquest of Spain ?

Picking a moment in history to suit a political agenda is easy. The middle east and it's tribes far more complex.

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Why not take it back to when communities in Cornwall went to bed every night in fear of being taken into slavery by moslem pirates. Or their armies at the gates of Vienna, or perhaps their qonquest of Spain ?

Picking a moment in history to suit a political agenda is easy. The middle east and it's tribes far more complex.


When two tribes go to war .....etc etc :)


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Reading this article this morning:

"The role of the media is also one which makes it a major contributor to the growth of terrorism and its recruitment. Posting falsely attributed sensational images of war, manipulating children’s messages, calling jihadists “moderate rebels” when they auto-proclaim themselves as Mujahedeen-fi-sabil-Allah, all this has the effect of misleading readers by offering false data, reflecting a kind of undeclared “political wishful thinking”.

There is no need for readers to go and meet jihadists from al-Qaeda to understand their message or contact ISIS websites or publications, and risk prison back home for accessing jihadists material or propaganda. Western media is offering enough material already to channel ISIS and al-Qaida propaganda material aimed towards recruitment. How easy it is to defeat a state (Iraq or Syria)! How incompetent Syrian / Iraqi armies are! All these narratives brand terrorist like invincible militants and therefore can be later used by home-grown jihadists to fight the west at home, making the counterterrorism argument a more difficult case to argue and implement."

https://elijahjm.wordpress.com/2016/12/ ... standards/

Eventually the terrorism we have sponsored at the behest of our Israeli and Arba 'allies' will begin devouring us as it is Turkey. Our useful idiots media and political 'elite' are frog marching us off a cliff.

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