Iraq and ISIS Discussion

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Do some reading up on him. See if you can figure out why a lot of people your age are wearing his shirts. In my opinion, most don't know why they are wearing them except for the fact they think it's cool to do so. Let this be a learning experience for you and then you will be able to know why we don't really care for good ole' Che.
But...but...Che' was a champion of the oppressed, a victor for the downtrodden :rolleyes:

Che' would be shitting his tighty-whities if he knew he was the face of The Gap....
 

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But...but...Che' was a champion of the oppressed, a victor for the downtrodden :rolleyes:

Che' would be shitting his tighty-whities if he knew he was the face of The Gap....
Isn't that the truth...poor ole' Che.

I would have loved to have had the opportunity to punch him in his throat until it was mushy....
 

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I saw a news article this morning from an MSNBC segment; said Trump was the recruiting sergeant for ISIS because he was disrespectful during the news of Abu Buttfuck's death.
He has some tough recruiting numbers to beat though. According to the media’s logic, Obama was the Emir of recruits for the hijrah.

As of December 2015, approximately 30,000 fighters from at least 85 countries had joined the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (ISIS).
https://www.nber.org/digest/jun16/w22190.html
 

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Only solution is to execute them all.
Honestly, I'm just glad that isn't our problem. Might have been more humane to have firebombed ISIL's cities and strongholds, especially after what happened to their captives. Forensic archaeologists are going to be busy for decades when the area finally calms down.

I just hope to god our idiot liberal politicians, religious kooks, and well meaning idiots don't try to import these those people into the Americas.

No way; turn them loose on Russia.
I get the feeling that Turkey might just do that to stir the pot and destabilize the RUS. Edrogan is a retard, but the people running Turkey's intel branches know what they're doing.
 
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I find it a bit crazy how most average Americans don’t seem to realize just how evil ISIS was and all it’s foul acts it committed. Thing is like a damn Movie,
People tend to think selfishly. If ISIS hasn't *touched* them personally, they don't exist in their world. Many of us here have been touched by their actions in one way or another, or, we are aware of world events enough to know the danger they can eventually pose to the entire world. I guess that's why we refer to them as "average." They simply don't care about much other than themselves....
 
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Ho lee fuk, glad that's not our problem. Although, if that camp isn't brought to heel it's going to create a shitload of problems for the region. For some reason though, I think a destabilized Syria might be good for the Turks.

Inside the ISIS prison camp 'little caliphate' breeding the next generation of jihadis

These people are living in the 8th Century. The world is too small for people living in the 8th Century, especially when the sole purpose of their existence is mass murder. Luckily, we have enough bullets for all of them.
 
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These people are living in the 8th Century. The world is too small for people living in the 8th Century, especially when the sole purpose of their existence is mass murder. Luckily, we have enough bullets for all of them.
As much as I agree with you, I don't think a portion of the country shares the same sentiment. Even if we had done something, the Europeans and the cunt's at the UN would have screamed bloody murder. It's worrisome how anti-American our media apparatus has become and how much influence outsiders have had in shaping our public's psyche.

I dunno. At this stage, I'm unsure if the American public will stomach the unpleasantness of an increasingly interconnected world.
 
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