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skipman
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#5176 | Posted: 4 Oct 2015 00:16 | Edited by: skipman
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What parts of Europe is experiencing with the current immigration crisis is just a fore taste of what is happening in Sweden.

http://swedishsurveyor.com/2015/09/30/mohamed-found-jesus-after-raping-14-year-old-sw edish-girl-rewarded-with-permanent-residency-status/

The headline is a little misleading as his status is being over turned. Take a tour round the side bars.

Also if you are a blogger who does not conform to the government stance on immigration you will be hunted down,named and shamed.

http://www.thelocal.se/20150902/secret-anti-immmigration-blogger-exposed-in-sweden.


Germans are being evicted from flats to house the migrants. The far right are going to love that.

http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/worldnews/europe/germany/11902296/Second-German-woman -evicted-from-her-home-to-make-way-for-refugees.html

Once they have reached the safety of the West,are they happy?

http://www.liveleak.com/view?i=c53_1443173827
skipman
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#5177 | Posted: 4 Oct 2015 00:33
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skipman:
You know we are all going to hell in a hand basket when the country that beheads more people than IS/ISIS/ISIL gets elected to head the U.N.'s human rights panel.

Now that the house of Saud is in charge of the U.N. human rights panel guess what their first order of business is?

http://www.blacklistednews.com/Saudi_Arabia_Forces_the_UN_to_Drop_Humanitarian_Inquir y_Into_Yemen_Atrocities/46436/0/38/38/Y/M.html
skipman
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#5178 | Posted: 4 Oct 2015 18:39
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Obama is very good at grieving for the victims of mass shootings.
when it comes to the innocent victims of the drone strikes that he authorizes,it a much different story.

https://alethonews.wordpress.com/2015/10/02/obama-moves-to-dismiss-case-of-yemeni-who se-innocent-relatives-were-killed-in-us-drone-strike/
skipman
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#5179 | Posted: 4 Oct 2015 20:43
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Any ordinary person is going to have a WTF moment when watching or reading the news about Russia's involvement in Syria.

We have been told that the U.S. and its Allies have been bombing the sh## out of IS/ISIS/ISIL for over a year and the result is??? IS/ISIS/ISIL have gained more territory.

Russia has been at it 4 days and they have taken out numerous weapons depots, a major underground command post and there have been numerous reports, that the bad guys are sending their families out of harms way.

Those who read this site know that the West was never serious about bombing IS/ISIS/ISIL. They only wanted to destroy Syria's infrastructure so it would become a failed state like Libya and Iraq. Afghanistan was about getting the heroin production back on line after the Taliban turned it off.

Now the West is making noises about protecting the "good" rebels, The Saudi,Qatari and Turks are claiming this is creating a major imbalance in the area. Code for they are losing their influence.

So this garbage comes out.

http://www.zerohedge.com/news/2015-10-04/saudis-mull-launch-regional-war-russia-pound s-targets-syria-fourth-day
Sunburn
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#5180 | Posted: 6 Oct 2015 16:07 | Edited by: Sunburn
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@Skipman. Its blatantly obvious to anyone who can cut through the chatter in the MSM that Russia is embarrassing the US and the western lead Illegal coalition. In four days Russia has done more to stop ISIS and the rebels sorry Terrorists, then has been accomplished by the west in several years, and the masses are starting to realise this.

Once again, Russia and their diplomatic team have shown they are a calibre above the rest and their diplomatic brinkmanship, it really is in its finest hour for several generations IMHO.

This is evident by the immediate smear campaign from the western media, the moment the Russian took to the air. The accusations from the US about Russia targeting moderate rebels who the US cannot even name, (remember the US has only managed to get 4 'Rebels' trained and fighting on the front line at a cost of 4 billion dollars.) Says it all.

More credit to the Russians is how they have planned and prepared for this negative media backlash, they (The Russians) have consistently towed the internal law line regarding their actions in Syria and involvement and lets face it, their transparency in their missions and communications to anyone who cares to listen is something we have not seen from the west ever. The video footage is clear and and good detail. Where they have been called out, they have given and provided solid reasoning and explanations.

I think its now quite obvious to viewer, that ISIS is nothing, and they have had some fantastic PR work done for them, they have been resized in the by the west to be the 'New Terror' the bogey man the people must fear in order to fund the endless wars.

I hope Russia sticks it to them and continues to show up the modern day west for what it really is. a two faced, war warmongering, above the law corporation.

.... Dam I might even ask about Russian citizenship :)
Planettraveller
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#5181 | Posted: 7 Oct 2015 00:40
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Sunburn....you are 100% correct. This is exactly what was needed.It kills me how the U.S. has the cheek to play hell about the Russians behaviour in Syria.They have as much right to be there as the U.S. Who gave the U.S. permission to go in ? Nobody as usual.like when they occupied Iraq and Afghanistan. I need another VODKA to calm down.might enquire about moving to Russia myself .
nordsee220
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#5182 | Posted: 7 Oct 2015 15:35
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Apologies if this is repeated elsewhere or has already been posted. This sent to me by a friend, Geoff in Stanley Co Durham.

"Why the rise of fascism is again the issue"

http://bsnews.info/why-the-rise-of-fascism-is-again-the-issue-2/
skipman
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#5183 | Posted: 7 Oct 2015 22:21
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Some have beaten you to it.

http://newsfeed.time.com/2013/02/27/nostrovia-gerard-depardieu-officially-becomes-rus sian-resident/

Less than a week of Russian bombing and IS/ISIS/ISIL are showing how much on the back foot they are.

They have moved their most significant weaponry into heavily populated areas and literally parked their tanks and artillery next to mosques.

Obviously the Western msn is not reporting this.

This will mean that Syrian government troops will be able to engage in a meaningful ground offense, rolling back lost territory and laying siege to the terrorist held towns and cities.

The coalition is going to do all it can to keep these events out of the news but the White house press spokesman was visibly squirming when reporters had the temerity to question him about the town of Idlib. He was asked why he was accusing Russia of bombing moderate rebels in Idlib when the White house's own web site had posted that U.S. planes had bombed the same town last week.

I hope that the ground offense plays out and IS/ISIS/ISIL start to retreat. It will cause such exquisite embarrassment to Western governments. It may even get their citizens to question their governments other policies. Austerity, TTIP,Fracking,immigration, maybe it is hoping to much but it would be nice.
skipman
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#5184 | Posted: 7 Oct 2015 22:41
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The West is desperate for any negative news about Russia's involvement in Syria. They will use any source,without verifying the facts first.

https://www.rt.com/news/317813-sohr-visit-syria-long/
Desdichado
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#5185 | Posted: 9 Oct 2015 17:37 | Edited by: Desdichado
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skipman:
The West is desperate for any negative news about Russia's involvement in Syria. They will use any source,without verifying the facts first.

Russia has a longstanding relationship with Syria that goes back to the days of the USSR. They're old friends. Russia's only warm water port is Tartus and without that, they have no direct access to the Med. I'm surprised it has taken Putin this long to jump in to the conflict but now they are, they'll stay until they finish the job.

Russia's last major fight with jihadis didn't end well. They won't make the same mistakes this time round.
skipman
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#5186 | Posted: 10 Oct 2015 23:13
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This Western bashing of Russia and Putin is really #issing me off and quite a few other people too.

At the start of Russia's offensive against the anti Assad forces,two so called experts were regaling the presenter with their inane crap which he ate up like a hungry vagrant.

"Putin has noticed that there is a vacuum in Syria and he has let himself get sucked into it."

"Yes he is very good at that but not so good at getting out"

Did the presenter ask for examples? No

If they were referring to Russia's involvement if Afghanistan,Putin was not in power at that time.

The press have been keen to report information from unnamed government and pentagon sources.

Assad was on the verge of losing to the rebels that is why he asked/pleaded with Putin to help him.

Britain,France and the U.S. have stated that there can be no negotiations as long as Assad is still there.

They have obviously forgotten Geneva 2.

http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/worldnews/middleeast/syria/9367330/Geneva-meeting-agr ees-transition-plan-to-Syria-unity-government.html

Of which this is the most important part.

There was no future offered for President Bashar al-Assad, who Western powers have insisted must step down from power. But nor was there any demand in the agreement that he do so, after Russia insisted it be left to the Syrian people to decide who could take part in a new government.

They all signed the Geneva Accord that the Syrian people decide who leads them after the war.

They also claim that because of all the blood and barrel bombs he can no longer be respected by any of the parties due to the enormous number of his own people he had killed.

There was a country,a number of years ago. That had a very bloody civil war. One side wanted to go their own way but the other, said we must stay as a union. The following four years saw much carnage. Two generals Grant and Sherman were noted, not only for heavy casualties amongst their own soldiers but civilians as well. Whole towns were burned down by those two and Grant went on to become President.

Yet no one said the leader could not rule after the war was over.
Did anyone say to Cromwell "I know you have won but chopping the kings head off has upset a lot of people. Might be best if you decline becoming Lord Protectorate"

One person who should have been deposed and tried for war crimes but was kept on as head of his country. Emperor Hirohito.

Lord Owen,during an interview,suggested that Syria be split up into religious segments. They virtually have that in Iraq and that is not working out.

One country that will benefit from Middle Eastern countries being made smaller is Israel.

Obama has said that countries that give aid to terrorists are terrorists. There is plenty of documented evidence that Turkey,Saudi Arabia, Qatar,Jordan,Bahrain,Israel and the U.S. have all in some form or other aided Al Qaida linked rebels. Is Obama going to bomb them,including the State Department?

Of course not. He is to busy telling the world that Iran is aiding those nasty Hezbulla guys who in turn are aiding that nasty Assad, who is killing his own people.

America and the rest of the Western poodles do not want their lowly minions/civilians to know that the terrorists, they say, flew planes into the twin towers killing 3000 plus American civilians. Who have been asked to sacrifice the lives of their sons and daughters and the wealth of the country. So as to wipe out "Those that hate us for our freedoms"

http://journalistsresource.org/studies/government/security-military/us-military-casua lty-statistics-costs-war-iraq-afghanistan-post-911

Are now being aided and protected by the very governments that swore to destroy them.
skipman
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#5187 | Posted: 10 Oct 2015 23:37
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The West is accusing Russia of aggression and flexing its muscles,never mind that it was asked for help.

So what do we call America for this?

https://theintercept.com/2014/11/06/many-countries-islamic-world-u-s-bombed-occupied- since-1980/

Or this?

http://www.countercurrents.org/polya050713.htm

Bush was right when he said America was hated for its freedom,...to do what it liked, to any country it liked,when ever it wanted to.
skipman
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#5188 | Posted: 11 Oct 2015 00:32
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It is doubtful the Western MSM will show this. As IS/ISIS/ISIL and the like retreat I expect more of America and its rebel backing allies handiwork.

https://www.rt.com/news/318184-captured-syrian-village-atrocities/
skipman
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#5189 | Posted: 11 Oct 2015 21:29
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The TPP is moving ahead,it just has to pass congress and we all know that America has the best congress money can buy.

TTIP is not moving as well,over here as they would like,France is becoming the sticking point.

http://www.globalresearch.ca/transatlantic-trade-and-investment-partnership-ttip-nego tiations-fall-apart-following-mass-protest-in-the-eu/5479985
skipman
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#5190 | Posted: 11 Oct 2015 22:21
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I very much agree with this analysis. What are your thoughts?

http://stateofthenation2012.com/?p=23524
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