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The radical islamist/radical muslim/muslim terrorist thread

Post by BaggerMcGuirk » Fri Feb 20, 2015 2:22 pm

There, I said those terrible non-PC word combinations.

So, post up whatever.
The liberal left wing saying we need to talk, the hard right saying we need "boots" on the ground.
Argue away. It is a foreign policy thread of sorts.
I believe foreign policy will be one of the top 2 issues in the next presidential circus race.

Great documentary from an American Muslim about what is happening here in America that the RETARDED PC politicians won't address along with the so called "muslim leaders" here in the US



Have fun and I can't wait to see the defenders of the prez blabber about that JV team that now controls 1/3 of iraq and about a 1/3 of syria. And they now have set up shop in libya. I'll post the video of the 21 CHRISTIANS being beheaded on the beautiful libyan coast in a few days.

funny how our (cough,spit a luggy) prez and his minions won't identify the victims as Christians. funny though the jihadi English speaking executioner on the video was REAL proud to state that these 21 men were "CHRISTIANS".And hussein won't identify the knife wielders as mooslum. Why?
This thread will be real fun as I challenge anyone to post up pictures and/or videos of any other religion other the radical muzzies doing the evil that I'll post up here. If you don't like me posting them up, fuck off as you can't handle reality. Please don't talk about what happened over 1400 years ago.

I know a few of you will ask me, what solution do you have, well, ask the retard that is called the president. He ran twice for prez he wanted the responsibilty that came with the job and twice I did not vote for him. Maybe you Obozo voters should come up with real solutions that will work. I know Obozo's solutions so far haven't worked. last year obozo was calling isis/isil a jv team. Hows that working out? Then his state dept wants to address the social issues with these evil doers and get them jobs, HAH! Most of them are like the 911 hijackers, they came from middle class and up to wealthy families.
They are EVIL people. It's not my job to figure out the foreign policy of the US. I say arm the KURDS, pussy Hussein won't. Why?
I say the russians, germans, japenese, saudis, chinese and everyone else from around the world need to send their own troops in except the US
So, focus on the present and the future, because you can't change the past only learn from it. OBTW, I joined the suk back in 2010
so don't whine that I always bag on the BOZO, because he has been the prez since I joined the suk, wait until there is somebody else in as prez and I'll bag on them. I like bagging on the present.

I'll start easy on the pics and videos at first.

And here is some of the State Departments job applications for those "poor unemployed" jihadis in isis/isil or whatever the fuk they call themselves.
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Post by canook » Sat Feb 21, 2015 6:33 am

Bagger,
Don't be the next Craig Hicks.
Seek help http://mhac.org/
Seriously, dude.

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Post by austrotard » Sat Feb 21, 2015 8:02 am

I just don't fucking care any more.

just like the other 98%.
see?.. I'm just like youse guys.

ps. read a fucking history book not printed in america or on the fucking web, you stupid cunt.
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Post by Plow » Sat Feb 21, 2015 11:45 am

Bagger, maybe not enough nuance in your post for the libs to respond.

I feel your anger and disgust.

Couple of quick thoughts.

Obama is responsible for opening the door for ISIS by pulling out of Iraq too early, he owns it. We were warned but he needed something for the campaign. If I’m wrong let me know.

Ditto on arming the Kurds, only folks in the area with the courage to fight for themselves.

What really scares the fuck out of me is the press and a majority of voters have become the political equivalent of Justin Bieber fans. Chances of them giving us another unaccomplished, incompetent who sends a shiver up their leg are pretty damn good.
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Post by gadflyfisher » Sat Feb 21, 2015 12:11 pm

Plow wrote:Bagger, maybe not enough nuance in your post for the libs to respond.

I feel your anger and disgust.

Couple of quick thoughts.




In one of his final acts in office, President Bush in December of 2008 had signed a Status of Forces Agreement (SOFA) with the Iraqi government that set the clock ticking on ending the war he’d launched in March of 2003. The SOFA provided a legal basis for the presence of U.S. forces in Iraq after the United Nations Security Council mandate for the occupation mission expired at the end of 2008. But it required that all U.S. forces be gone from Iraq by January 1, 2012, unless the Iraqi government was willing to negotiate a new agreement that would extend their mandate. And as Middle East historian Juan Cole has noted, “Bush had to sign what the [Iraqi] parliament gave him or face the prospect that U.S. troops would have to leave by 31 December, 2008, something that would have been interpreted as a defeat… Bush and his generals clearly expected, however, that over time Washington would be able to wriggle out of the treaty and would find a way to keep a division or so in Iraq past that deadline.”





Ditto on arming the Kurds, only folks in the area with the courage to fight for themselves.

What really scares the fuck out of me is the press and a majority of voters have become the political equivalent of Justin Bieber fans. Chances of them giving us another unaccomplished, incompetent who sends a shiver up their leg are pretty damn good.


Please tell me if the inserted paragraph isn't true.

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Post by Plow » Sat Feb 21, 2015 3:51 pm

There was an effort to get a new Status of Forces Agreement in place and leave troops (in "non"-combat roles) behind to stabilize the area. Both sides "wanted" it. Sticking point was immunity for US troops.

The news and talking heads I was listening to at the time were ALL saying that if we don't leave forces behind we'll pretty much see what we're seeing right now. Obama should have used the big stick to get an agreement. I got to think Obama was hearing the same things.

I Suspect being able to say we're out of Iraq during the campaign was more important to Obama than doing the right thing.
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Post by gadflyfisher » Sat Feb 21, 2015 4:26 pm

So then if I am reading your post correctly it is true.
If not you would have said it wasn't.


Know why you didn't say it wasn't true.
Because it is.
Not matter how you want to twist it to fit your fantasies it is still and always will be true.

Now why don't you post up blaming the president that signed the agreement not the one that carried through on a promise we as a nation made?

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Post by Plow » Sun Feb 22, 2015 12:00 am

gadflyfisher wrote:So then if I am reading your post correctly it is true.
If not you would have said it wasn't.

Know why you didn't say it wasn't true.
Because it is.
Not matter how you want to twist it to fit your fantasies it is still and always will be true.
Well, yes, Bush did set that into motion in 2008. That was after the surge broke the back of the terrorist (what ever they were called then) and it looked like Iraq could hold their own. Made sense at the time.
Now why don't you post up blaming the president that signed the agreement not the one that carried through on a promise we as a nation made?
Why not blame Bush? Well, Bush left Iraq to Obama in "pretty good shape" (all things considered). Hell, even Obama claimed victory. Unfortunately Obama proved to be a paper pussy cat and terrorist made a big comeback. Obama realize conditions were different and made an effort to keep troops in Iraq (a limp dick effort but an effort). The world knew we needed to keep troops in Iraq to stabilized the joint but Obama choose to have a campaign talking point (and more blood shed) instead.

Your point about Bush is silly. I have no doubt Bush, Clinton, Bush, Reagan, Carter, yada, yada, yada would have taken a very different path based on current events than Obama.
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Post by gadflyfisher » Sun Feb 22, 2015 1:06 am

So I guess that broken back healed huh?
Broken their back = bullshit.

He put his name and therefore our countries honor on an agreement to pull out by a specific date plain and simple.

Your hate is palpable.
It can be felt through the monitor.

Really seek help!

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Post by Plow » Sun Feb 22, 2015 12:44 pm

gadflyfisher wrote:So I guess that broken back healed huh?
Broken their back = bullshit.
How about decimated? Is that close enough for you?

Your hate is palpable.
It can be felt through the monitor.

Really seek help!
What you're feeling is your hate of the truth reflection back at you. They make wonderful products to cut down monitor glare, try one and maybe we can have a worthwhile conversation.
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Post by gadflyfisher » Sun Feb 22, 2015 1:31 pm

A) Is isis the same as Al Qaeda?

B) What does that have to do with President Bush signing an agreement with the Iraqi government he put in power putting a specific date that we would have full withdrawal of our troops and President Obama following through on that agreement as honorable people do?

C) Don't you get tired of all that bile in your throat all the time?

D) Just let it go.
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Post by BigCliff » Mon Feb 23, 2015 12:03 pm

Decimated? Probably, sure. But if you actually know what that word means, you'll know that's no where near sufficient though-
Full Definition of DECIMATE

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: to select by lot and kill every tenth man of
I think the current situation with ISIS might be the best example yet of why our adventure in Iraq was foolish. Taking down Saddam unleashed ongoing dangerous chaos in the region, and NOW is the time when use of "shock and awe" to defeat an actual threat to the world should be used.

That said, the solution isn't simple, and can't be delivered by us alone.

Ken Brower's take makes the most sense to me-
... If our goal is defeating ISIS's ideology and its support of international terrorism this cannot be done by indirect fire, PERIOD! If [conclusive defeat] is our objective we only have limited choices: either military control of 25 million Syrian/Iraqi Sunnis, which will require a sustained force of 500,000 for decades; or creating conditions whereby the majority of Sunni Arabs will see it in their self interest to subjugate the ideological minority...

I have come to the conclusion that there is no military solution to this issue that can be generated by the U.S. But I believe there is a political solution.

We have to give the Sunnis reason to reject ISIS. That would entail having the U.S. come out against the Sykes-Picot borders, supporting a break-up of Iraq into Kurdish, Shia, and Sunni countries, incorporating most of Syria, while simultaneously and carefully decimating ISIS leadership. I simply cannot understand why it is in the strategic interest of the U.S. to maintain current Middle Eastern borders, which are unsustainable. I see our current approach as guaranteed to fail...

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