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PostSubject: Re: Making sense of ISIS   Mon Feb 23, 2015 11:25 pm

In the old days London would simply steal valuable antiquities, now they send their front groups to destroy them.

Sidenote: today it's reported that Kayla Mueller went into Syria to accompany her Syrian boyfriend, an odd tidbit heretofore unrevealed.  I'm guessing the boyfriend story is BS concocted to cover up her ties to MI6/Mossad fronts.  Of course, her parents are creating a foundation to profit from her death, as Jewish parents are oft wont to do "further her humanitarian efforts both locally and internationally".

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PostSubject: Re: Making sense of ISIS   Mon Feb 23, 2015 11:31 pm

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Islamic State militants blow up the central library in the Iraqi city of Mosul

World  February 23, 12:57 UTC+3

10 thousand of library's books were destroyed, including rare copies on culture, philosophy, Arab history and hundreds of manuscripts




ABU DHABI, February 23. /TASS/. The militants of Islamic State extremist organization have blown up the central library in the second largest city of Iraq — Mosul, located 400 km north-west of the capital Baghdad, the Arab online newspaper Elaph has reported. Mosul has been under control of Islamic State armed groups since July 2014.
The explosion caused strong fire, which spread to all areas of the three-storey building, the director of Mosul library Ghanem at-Taan has said. The Islamic State militants started a fire of books and manuscripts of the cultural heritage of Iraq in the courtyard of the library, which was considered one of the oldest in the country. In total, around 10 thousand books were destroyed, including rare copies on culture, philosophy, Arab history, and hundreds of manuscripts.
According to eyewitnesses, the Islamic State purposefully destroys libraries throughout the territory controlled by the group. Thus, according to a member of the Board of Anbar province, Adal al-Fahdaui, only during the last week the Islamic State radical destroyed several libraries, burning more than 100 thousand books.

http://tass.ru/en/world/779192


That's right, confiscate all the ancient texts, then burn the building and say all was lost.  Who would do this?

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PostSubject: Re: Making sense of ISIS   Mon Feb 23, 2015 11:35 pm

Six months ago there was no ISIS. Just another fabrication like the holocaust. What happened to the Free Syrian Army, Bin Ladem, AL Queda, etc etc
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PostSubject: Re: Making sense of ISIS   Thu Feb 26, 2015 12:10 am

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Islamic State militants blow up the central library in the Iraqi city of Mosul

World  February 23, 12:57 UTC+3

10 thousand of library's books were destroyed, including rare copies on culture, philosophy, Arab history and hundreds of manuscripts.


Way too jewy of a move.

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PostSubject: Re: Making sense of ISIS   Thu Feb 26, 2015 12:30 am

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Six months ago there was no ISIS. Just another fabrication like the holocaust. What happened to the Free Syrian Army, Bin Ladem, AL Queda, etc etc

How ya' gonna maintain focus after doing 9/11? They say winning a 2nd Super Bowl in a row is harder than winning the first. Al Q got fat & lazy I guess. confused
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PostSubject: Re: Making sense of ISIS   Thu Feb 26, 2015 12:35 am

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Way too jewy of a move.


"Taliban" blew up the Buddhist statues in Afghanistan but that was different since the statues were obviously prohibited under Islam. JMSM says IS is "ideological" group--so where is the IS Official Doctrine? Shouldn't they have a handy list of the Rules? No, because the Jewish warmongers need to leave things ambiguous in order to fit everything into a fuzzy propaganda narrative that constantly changes.
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PostSubject: Re: Making sense of ISIS   Thu Feb 26, 2015 12:53 am

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Six months ago there was no ISIS. Just another fabrication like the holocaust. What happened to the Free Syrian Army, Bin Ladem, AL Queda, etc etc

How ya' gonna maintain focus after doing 9/11?  They say winning a 2nd Super Bowl in a row is harder than winning the first.  Al Q got fat & lazy I guess.  confused

The world started catching on to the whole 'Al Qaeda' hoax after enough online exposure. Suddenly the boogeymen lost their fear factor -- something smelled funny in the popular mind and AQ started looking ridiculous (just look at Adam Gadahn, the jewish Al Qaeda representative from Garden Grove, CA). So jews did a 'makeover' on their hired hands.

Whatever mideasterners that actually fill any of these ranks who aren't jews are just nonbelievers and soldiers of fortune without ideology on the jew bankroll (getting paid is their ideology, money their god). Jews have no problem with staging beheading videos etc, but I doubt many of them actually do any fighting (that's what the hired hands are for).

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PostSubject: Re: Making sense of ISIS   Thu Feb 26, 2015 1:01 am

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Way too jewy of a move.

"Taliban" blew up the Buddhist statues in Afghanistan but that was different since the statues were obviously prohibited under Islam.  JMSM says IS is "ideological" group--so where is the IS Official Doctrine?  Shouldn't they have a handy list of the Rules?  No, because the Jewish warmongers need to leave things ambiguous in order to fit everything into a fuzzy propaganda narrative that constantly changes.

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PostSubject: Re: Making sense of ISIS   Thu Feb 26, 2015 5:17 am

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Assad has always reminded me of a cross between Roberto D'Aubisson (El Salvador) and Salazar (Portugal), though not quite as charismatic as either. Of course jews want him out, he's a diehard nationalist. ISIS is a jew battering ram, a carrot stick for goyim rabbits.

+1 Wonk Credit, heh.  Remember D'Aubisson coverage but JMSM rarely showed photos/videos IIRC.  Maybe 'cause Roberto was a Flaming Crypto?

EB, put the Willy Wonka candy bar down. Why do you think there is so little about D'Aubuisson in the English language, except for smear pieces? Because he went up against the jews' plans to carve a communist drug corridor out of El Salvador.

I don't agree with this writer's seeming praise of Thatcher in the beginning of the piece, but the rest is worth reading:

Many of the family members of these FMLN victims sought revenge. Some of these family members were in the Salvadorian Army although most were not. Hence was born the myth of the so called “Right Wing Death Squads.” In short, a Salvadorian peasant or city dweller who sought spontaneous revenge against their Marxist tormentors for murdering a family member or friend was soon identified with some imaginary and vast Right Wing conspiracy involving the planned and organized murder of FMLN members. In truth, the vast majority of FMLN members were killed on the battlefield by government troops in open conflict. The FMLN barrowed a page from their ideological role model, Vladimir Lenin, who called on his followers to falsely accuse opponents of his revolution with engaging in the same murder and humanitarian abuses as they themselves were engaged in.

Enter Roberto D’Aubuisson.   [...]


http://historicaltruthproject.com/2013/04/21/roberto-daubuisson-a-u-s-ally-in-the-fight-against-soviet-sponsored-communist-terrorism-in-latin-america/


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Assad not a great orator but in speech linked below shows himself as seemingly sincere & well-spoken.  Have heard (long ago) credible hearsay from a Syrian college student in the US that Assad regime was yes, something of a police state.  IE open dissent quickly & harshly punished.  OTOH the college student at least felt free about mentioning such criticism to Americans which says something.

There are tight controls in Syria because there are so many enemies mixed in to the country, and as Assad said "their master is one." If Nationalist Revolutionary Leader EB ran a country that was at the fore of resistance against jewish terrorism, Leader EB would also likely run a tight ship, until he got his country's sh*t together. When you are dealing with militarized rapists and killers, you don't fight them by 'playing nice'. But notice that Assad is also diplomatic and intellectual (as Salazar was).

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This video is good - I encourage everyone to watch it. Assad's words are razor sharp. You can see why jews want him dead - he lays out the deception in clear terms, how factions are pit against each other by "one master". Not only a diehard nationalist, but a promoter of Arab unity ('pan-Arabist'). Note in what high regard he speaks towards Nassarism (the real threat to Israel).

[Regarding Hafez al-Assad, Bashar al-Assad's father]

To understand Assad, you have to begin with the most important figure of modern Arab history, Gamel Abdul Nasser, the man who overthrew King Farouk of Egypt and set the stage for the birth of a Pan-Arab secular nationalism.   [...]

There was one sense in which all of this could be managed: waging war on Israel. War with Israel served several purposes. First, it utilized the centerpiece of the regime in a very public and popular way: the military bore the burden of confrontation and war. Second, it created a truly pan-Arab cause where none had really existed before. Reclaiming Palestinian land was the one thing that could be regarded as a Pan-Arab cause, unifying rather than dividing. Crushing Israel became a centerpiece of the Nasserite mission.   [...]

Assad, on this level, came from a world where religion counted for less than blood and friendship.   [...]

He opposed Muslim fundamentalists at the point of a gun. Yet, at the same time, he was a traditionalist in the deepest sense of the word.   [...]


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PostSubject: Re: Making sense of ISIS   Thu Feb 26, 2015 12:18 pm

The other thing getting coverage is the Syrian refugees.  Of course there are JMSM photos of pitiful looking Bedouin women and children who are escaping the bombings, but what's the real angle?  Funding probably goes to the Syrian jews now coming to the US, with what little remains to manage jew contracts to support the desperate existence in some interim desert tent camps, which may turn into pools for human trafficking.

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PostSubject: Re: Making sense of ISIS   Fri Feb 27, 2015 2:48 am

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Indo-European relics...
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PostSubject: Re: Making sense of ISIS   Fri Feb 27, 2015 2:51 am

Having trouble viewing the bottom of the page, I think due to that LiveLeak video being embedded. Brezo -- might need you to edit that post. How's it look like on everybody else's end?
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PostSubject: Re: Making sense of ISIS   Fri Feb 27, 2015 11:36 pm

I tried to tweak it to no avail, and thus removed the post.  Sorry Brezo!


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PostSubject: Re: Making sense of ISIS   Sat Feb 28, 2015 12:36 am

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I tried to tweak it to no avail, and thus removed the post.  Sorry Brezo!


Yeah something about the embed was preventing any posts from being able to be viewed/posted further on the thread. Brezo - I PM'd you about it earlier -- feel free to re-post if you can find a better embed of those a**holes in the museum (maybe just youtube or whatever)

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PostSubject: Re: Making sense of ISIS   Sat Feb 28, 2015 2:38 am

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The world started catching on to the whole 'Al Qaeda' hoax after enough online exposure. Suddenly the boogeymen lost their fear factor -- something smelled funny in the popular mind and AQ started looking ridiculous (just look at Adam Gadahn, the jewish Al Qaeda representative from Garden Grove, CA). So jews did a 'makeover' on their hired hands.

Whatever mideasterners that actually fill any of these ranks who aren't jews are just nonbelievers and soldiers of fortune without ideology on the jew bankroll (getting paid is their ideology, money their god). Jews have no problem with staging beheading videos etc, but I doubt many of them actually do any fighting (that's what the hired hands are for).

Many, even in super-controlled US, are quite skeptical about 9/11. But I think the skeptic movement is not the major cause of IS taking place of Al Q. Jews need to sell the GWOT as partially successful at least--so subtext is that Uncle Samuel's cruise missiles & drones put a big hurt on Al Q but that darned Blowback, doncha know, produces IS. Adam Gadahn was a joke, yes, but surely only a few 10's or 100's of thousands of Americans have any familiarity with him or the preposterous videos.

Just today CNN babbled about IS's 'excellence' in video & social media while claiming that it put old Al Q "crude" efforts to shame. Whatevuh. Same JMSM used to say that Gadahn was a video/internet genius. & a Talking Head Shill noted that controlling IS internet propaganda was an insuperably big job & 'free' countries like US/UK don't ban "hate".
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PostSubject: Re: Making sense of ISIS   Sat Feb 28, 2015 3:17 am

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EB, put the Willy Wonka candy bar down. Why do you think there is so little about D'Aubuisson in the English language, except for smear pieces? Because he went up against the jews' plans to carve a communist drug corridor out of El Salvador.

Latino politics can be very complicated, can be hard to spot authentic anti-commies vs oligarch shills who only want to protect local monopolies. WaPo was middling on Abuisson, initially boosted him but later veered to Death Squad meme. LaRouche noted that Abuisson also received "left-wing" (read Jewish) money/support. While LaRouche has a generally progressive lefty slant, he often defends anti-commie guys like Fujimori & the anti-FARC Colombians & attacks pseudo-lefties like Liberation Theology & incompetent tool Chavez.

In re Central America any facts were immaterial, the biggest benefit of strife was to produce wetback immigration swamp. Americans think illegals = Mexicans but actually Salvadorans were the prototype of unrestrained immigration. Many Mexicans had ties to US from decades or centuries ago but pre Hart-Celler there were near-zero Central Americans in the US. Wall St Jews produced the banana republic economies but realized they could use them further as source for
Wash DC was original destination for many Salvadorans, they even named neighborhoods after home cities/states. Nat'l JMSM paid little attention until decades later. Salvadorans spread to LA, grew many murderous gangs etc. CA has world-class murder rate but Jews claim they only learned that in LA! Now CA's are spread everywhere while local Whites probably assume they're Mexican.
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PostSubject: Re: Making sense of ISIS   Sat Feb 28, 2015 4:30 am

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EB, put the Willy Wonka candy bar down. Why do you think there is so little about D'Aubuisson in the English language, except for smear pieces? Because he went up against the jews' plans to carve a communist drug corridor out of El Salvador.

Latino politics can be very complicated, can be hard to spot authentic anti-commies vs oligarch shills who only want to protect local monopolies.  WaPo was middling on Abuisson, initially boosted him but later veered to Death Squad meme.  LaRouche noted that Abuisson also received "left-wing" (read Jewish) money/support.  While LaRouche has a generally progressive lefty slant, he often defends anti-commie guys like Fujimori & the anti-FARC Colombians & attacks pseudo-lefties like Liberation Theology & incompetent tool Chavez.

Sounds pretty dubious, would like to see the source for that claim - I did a search and couldn't find anything. LaRouche, his wife, and his jewish-staffed entourage also smear Heidegger, Nietzsche, Plato, equate pre-WWII German Conservative Revolutionaries with jewish neocons, praise FDRosenfeld, and insert holocaust propaganda throughout their written material.

Washington supporting D'Aubuisson was based on the veneer that they were supposed to be fighting communism, not running drugs and supporting communists (which is what they were doing). As you know, jewish policymakers play both sides (one side you pretend to support but undermine, the other side you pretend to oppose but in actuality support). When it became clear that D'Aubuisson was actually serious about defeating communism in El Salvador, Washington flipped. D'Aubuisson's cancer likely induced assassination.

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PostSubject: Re: Making sense of ISIS   Fri Mar 06, 2015 12:13 am

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Islamic State militants blow up the central library in the Iraqi city of Mosul

World  February 23, 12:57 UTC+3

10 thousand of library's books were destroyed, including rare copies on culture, philosophy, Arab history and hundreds of manuscripts




ABU DHABI, February 23. /TASS/. The militants of Islamic State extremist organization have blown up the central library in the second largest city of Iraq — Mosul, located 400 km north-west of the capital Baghdad, the Arab online newspaper Elaph has reported. Mosul has been under control of Islamic State armed groups since July 2014.
The explosion caused strong fire, which spread to all areas of the three-storey building, the director of Mosul library Ghanem at-Taan has said. The Islamic State militants started a fire of books and manuscripts of the cultural heritage of Iraq in the courtyard of the library, which was considered one of the oldest in the country. In total, around 10 thousand books were destroyed, including rare copies on culture, philosophy, Arab history, and hundreds of manuscripts.
According to eyewitnesses, the Islamic State purposefully destroys libraries throughout the territory controlled by the group. Thus, according to a member of the Board of Anbar province, Adal al-Fahdaui, only during the last week the Islamic State radical destroyed several libraries, burning more than 100 thousand books.

http://tass.ru/en/world/779192


That's right, confiscate all the ancient texts, then burn the building and say all was lost.  Who would do this?


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Baghdad Says IS Militants Bulldoze Ancient Assyrian Ruins Of Nimrud


By RFE/RL
March 06, 2015

Iraq’s government says Islamic State (IS) militants have begun bulldozing the remains of the ancient Assyrian city of Nimrud in northern Iraq in their latest attack on the country’s historical heritage.

The Ministry of Tourism and Antiquities announced the development, saying the militants began the destruction after noon prayers on March 5.
It said trucks that may have been used to haul away artefacts also had been spotted at the site, about 30 kilometers southeast of Mosul.
Ministry officials said they did not yet know the extent of the destruction of the historical city, which was founded about 3,300 years ago on the Tigris River with the ancient name Kalhu and had been one of the jewels of the Assyrian Empire.

The destruction of the ruins of Nimrud, which is the city’s later Arab name, came a week after the IS group released a video showing militants armed with sledgehammers and jackhammers smashing priceless ancient Assyrian artefacts at the Mosul museum.

Iraqi officials say they fear IS militants will continue to destroy other ancient heritage sites in parts of northern Iraq that they seized last summer -- including the beautifully-preserved city of Hatra which is more than 2,000 years old and is a UNESCO world heritage site.



Archaeologists and heritage experts compare the destruction with the 2001 demolition of the Bamiyan Buddhas in Afghanistan by the Taliban.


Nimrud was the site of what was considered to be one of the greatest archaeological finds of the 20th century when a team in 1988 unearthed a collection of ancient jewels there.

The jewells were briefly displayed at the Iraqi national museum before they disappeared from public view, but they survived the looting of museums that followed the 2003 U.S.-led invasion of Iraq.

The precious ston collection eventually was found in an Iraqi central bank building.

Many of Nimrud's priceless artefacts were moved to museums in Mosul, Baghdad, Paris, London, and elsewhere.

But giant carved-stone reliefs and lamassu statues -- winged bulls with human heads -- had remained on the site of the city's ruins.
After Nimrud had existed for about 400 years, the city became the second capital of the ancient Assyrian Empire in 879 B.C.

It remained as the Assyrian capital for about 170 years until the capital was moved -- first to Dur Sharrukin and then to ancient Nineveh.
It continued to by a major Assyrian city and a royal residence until it was destroyed during the fall of the Assyrian Empire in the 7th century B.C. at the hands of and alliance of former subject people – among them, the ancient Babylonians, Chaldeans, Medes, Persians, Scythians, and Cimmerians.

The ruins of Nimrud had covered an area of about 360 hectares and were located about one kilometer from the modern-day village of Noomanea in Iraq’s Nineveh Province.

The area is still the major center of Iraq’s indigenous Assyrian population, which is now mostly Eastern Aramaic speaking Christians.
Since last summer, the Assyrian Christian residents of the area have been threatened with execution by IS militants unless they convert to Islam.

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PostSubject: Re: Making sense of ISIS   Fri Mar 06, 2015 2:25 am

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Sounds pretty dubious, would like to see the source for that claim - I did a search and couldn't find anything. LaRouche, his wife, and his jewish-staffed entourage also smear Heidegger, Nietzsche, Plato, equate pre-WWII German Conservative Revolutionaries with jewish neocons, praise FDRosenfeld, and insert holocaust propaganda throughout their written material.

Washington supporting D'Aubuisson was based on the veneer that they were supposed to be fighting communism, not running drugs and supporting communists (which is what they were doing). As you know, jewish policymakers play both sides (one side you pretend to support but undermine, the other side you pretend to oppose but in actuality support). When it became clear that D'Aubuisson was actually serious about defeating communism in El Salvador, Washington flipped. D'Aubuisson's cancer likely induced assassination.

Well anyway it's hard to suss out such things like D'Abuisson since we get 3rd-hand info...I don't speak spanish but even if I did it's highly unlikely I could get educated opinions from random Salvadoran immigrants. Commie-fighters can be authentic or they can be tools for oligarchy; lefties can be authentic or they can be tools for Jew terror/drug gangs. Many Latin American folks veer left & among the college crowd Marxism is far more popular than among similar Americans. IMHO it's likely that Latino Marxism was in large part a reaction to the long history of US Jewish/"capitalist" brutality & exploitation & not a doctrinaire thing. After all, countries that hew to Anglo-American "Capitalism" don't even get rewarded...they're punished with ruinous "free trade" & odious debt.

Read some Nietzsche back in the day & found a lot of his stuff was pretty nutty. & that was even though I read him while being more pro-NatSoc than I am now. Ole' Fred even hated beer... No In re Plato LaRouche is quite positive, in fact ID's him as one of the few Good Guys...Aristotle is their Original Gangsta:

http://www.larouchepub.com/other/2002/pedagogicals/2945dynamis.html

LaRouche crowd have their +'s/-'s yeah but nonetheless practically worship German Classical culture. Ms Helga once gave a rather amazing lecture on the German Romantics as degenerate sickos much like current Jewlywood, it was this or very similar:

http://www.larouchepub.com/hzl/2001/feb_conf_address_010218.html



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PostSubject: Re: Making sense of ISIS   Fri Mar 06, 2015 10:52 pm

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Read some Nietzsche back in the day & found a lot of his stuff was pretty nutty.  & that was even though I read him while being more pro-NatSoc than I am now.  Ole' Fred even hated beer... No   In re Plato LaRouche is quite positive, in fact ID's him as one of the few Good Guys...Aristotle is their Original Gangsta:

http://www.larouchepub.com/other/2002/pedagogicals/2945dynamis.html


Ok I was wrong about LaRouche and Plato geek.  Nietzsche is great, his philosophy had a major impact on me in my early 20s. But he made some critical mistakes -- going against Wagner, taking a badly rationalized stance on the Jewish Problem, being too much of a hermit and not having 'lived' enough.

The LaRouchians once in a while say something that I agree with, but rub me the wrong way on too many topics. Especially Helga (the wife), who is always trash talking 'fascists', equating too much good with too much bad and vice versa. But I know you get something out of it, so I'm not trying to persuade you otherwise. I just question LaRouche & Co. as being the 'go to' on a number of issues.

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PostSubject: Re: Making sense of ISIS   Sat Nov 21, 2015 12:12 pm

Revisiting this thread...



  • 13:20 GMT

    US-led coalition hits ISIS with 20 airstrikes in Iraq, no strikes in Syria

    A US-led coalition targeted Islamic State (IS, formerly ISIS/ISIL) in Iraq with 20 airstrikes on Thursday, Reuters reported. The attacks were concentrated near Ramadi, where five tactical units were hit and fighting positions were destroyed. A headquarters building for the militant group was damaged, the military said on Friday. There were no strikes in Syria, according to the statement.

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PostSubject: Re: Making sense of ISIS   Sun Nov 22, 2015 4:07 am

The priority mission to undo Assad makes IS in Syria 'the enemy of my enemy'.
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PostSubject: Re: Making sense of ISIS   Sun Nov 22, 2015 1:09 pm

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The priority mission to undo Assad makes IS in Syria 'the enemy of my enemy'.

And/or stealth mercs.

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