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Just feel like posting this here. Some of these young men will be stepping into harm's way at some point in the future. May they be safe.

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Ongoing in Lille, anti-islam protests on Place de la république and leftists booing them.
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(11-15-2014 09:06 AM)Little Dark Wrote:  This thread is not going in the direction I was hoping for.
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(11-14-2015 06:30 PM)MrRoundtree Wrote:  Ongoing in Lille, anti-islam protests on Place de la république and leftists booing them.

What's the turnout of each crowd?

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(11-14-2015 06:02 PM)Samseau Wrote:  
(11-14-2015 05:58 PM)solipsis85 Wrote:  Anyway, this islamism problematic should not be the tree that hides the forest that is Europe's main problem, that is to say white people's replacement by people from the african continent.

Which is only possible because of an apostate Western Europe. Notice, the Christian parts of the world will resist Islam and Talmudic Judaization subversion, but the non-Christian parts are going to be eradicated very quickly.

People don't understand, "White" people you see today are the result of a Christian breeding program implemented over 1700 years ago. Whites before Christianity were stupid, extremely violent and strong, and prone to incredible violence at the slightest provocation.

Whites today are so far removed from their barbarian past, they just do not realize the unbelievable importance God had in transforming them. It is a crime that this history is hidden from them.

I think european countries need to discriminate islam, to forbid it, and condemn those who resist so loudly that they will want to leave. We just need to categorize it as a sect. I think christians parts of the world resist only because they don't have a whole foreign population challenging them from inside. Give them 15 millions muslims and it's another story.

But I agree with what you say, that is really the theme of Houellebecq's last novel, if you haven't read it.
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(11-14-2015 05:57 PM)Aurini Wrote:  This article was posted on the Refugee Crisis thread, but it's just as relevant here.

Syrian civil war, oil prices, Russian/American influence, and refugees EXPLAINED.

Unless you already have an extreme in-depth understanding of the situation, this is a must-read document. It's relatively short, but very in depth. Read it!

Interesting piece. But...

Would you be able to explain the contradiction made?

It initially refers to Syria as being the majority Sunni Muslim but then goes on to state that it is majority Shia.

'Most of the countries in the Middle East, including Syria are majority Sunni Muslim.'

Then two paragraphs later...

'As Iran is liberated from US-imposed embargo, two power blocks have emerged in the Middle East - Iran, Iraq and Syria, which are all Shia-led'

Which is it?
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(11-14-2015 04:34 PM)Anabasis to Desta Wrote:  
Quote:Whatever.
I am not here to convince you, or anyone for that matter.
Do, think what you want. However, like I said, the day non terrorist muslims are attacked physically in the street or in their homes, they will retaliate. American non-Muslims are not the only ones who can fight.


Quote:If you try to shoot other muslim people carrying on with their life, who do not have anything to do with terrorists, because of their religion, then rest assured those will defend themselves.

I don't have any gun, nor weapon, nor wish to have any, however the day someone physically attack me or my family because of our religion, or any other reason for that matter, if we did not instigate any conflict, then we will retaliate.

Which is exactly what your people are doing no? Attacking innocent people for no reason except for them being of another religion. You said you'll retaliate ... why wouldn't Europeans?

IS are attacking because France is intervening in Syria. It's not because France has brothels and the women dress all slutty. It is purely a reaction to France's foreign policy.

At some point IS will more than likely hit Russia. Moscow if I had to guess. Also on account of foreign policy.

France needs to learn from Hungary and Poland and protect the borders.

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(11-14-2015 07:14 PM)Blackwell Wrote:  
(11-14-2015 05:57 PM)Aurini Wrote:  This article was posted on the Refugee Crisis thread, but it's just as relevant here.

Syrian civil war, oil prices, Russian/American influence, and refugees EXPLAINED.

Unless you already have an extreme in-depth understanding of the situation, this is a must-read document. It's relatively short, but very in depth. Read it!

Interesting piece. But...

Would you be able to explain the contradiction made?

It initially refers to Syria as being the majority Sunni Muslim but then goes on to state that it is majority Shia.

'Most of the countries in the Middle East, including Syria are majority Sunni Muslim.'

Then two paragraphs later...

'As Iran is liberated from US-imposed embargo, two power blocks have emerged in the Middle East - Iran, Iraq and Syria, which are all Shia-led'

Which is it?

The 2nd phrase probably indicates that the shias call the shots in Syria and Iraq at the moment (with Assad being an ally of shia Iran)
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could you imagine being a jihadist..... every time you kill your victims, they don't really fight back, then they create reasons why you're not such a bad person despite repeatedly killing them.

its like islam has their own version of a pussy pass. So far there's no reason for them to stop doing what they want, since their victim keeps blaming themselves.

shit....you can slaughter hundreds of them, and it's met with 'solidarity', 'investigations', and all sorts of harsh condemnations. literally jack shit for consequences.
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(11-14-2015 06:54 PM)Oz. Wrote:  


I always thought from Day 1 the war in Iraq was about getting a foothold in the middle east so we could then topple all the other extremist-ruled muslim countries from there, especially Iran.

I was disappointed we couldn't successfully do it.
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(11-14-2015 07:21 PM)Persepolis Wrote:  
(11-14-2015 07:14 PM)Blackwell Wrote:  
(11-14-2015 05:57 PM)Aurini Wrote:  This article was posted on the Refugee Crisis thread, but it's just as relevant here.

Syrian civil war, oil prices, Russian/American influence, and refugees EXPLAINED.

Unless you already have an extreme in-depth understanding of the situation, this is a must-read document. It's relatively short, but very in depth. Read it!

Interesting piece. But...

Would you be able to explain the contradiction made?

It initially refers to Syria as being the majority Sunni Muslim but then goes on to state that it is majority Shia.

'Most of the countries in the Middle East, including Syria are majority Sunni Muslim.'

Then two paragraphs later...

'As Iran is liberated from US-imposed embargo, two power blocks have emerged in the Middle East - Iran, Iraq and Syria, which are all Shia-led'

Which is it?

The 2nd phrase probably indicates that the shias call the shots in Syria and Iraq at the moment (with Assad being an ally of shia Iran)

Yeah, the Regime is Shia but the majority living there Sunni.

Apparently that worked out okay until foreign influence made sure it didn't.

At least that's my very limited understanding of it.
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Disco...
It's not so much a pussy pass as ...
The End Justifies the Means.
Especially for the Righteous Mujahideen.
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(11-14-2015 07:27 PM)Onto Wrote:  
(11-14-2015 06:54 PM)Oz. Wrote:  


I always thought from Day 1 the war in Iraq was about getting a foothold in the middle east so we could then topple all the other extremist-ruled muslim countries from there, especially Iran.

I was disappointed we couldn't successfully do it.

Well then you have to wonder, if such a grand plan was executed, how did it fall apart so easily? Apathy? Waning public support?
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(11-13-2015 10:22 PM)samsamsam Wrote:  
(11-13-2015 09:17 PM)samsamsam Wrote:  Apparently one of the band members was killed.

New update, no one from the band was killed.

And you still have better reporting skills than the media.
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Wrote a rather lengthy post about the situation here, informed by the many erudite posters on this board.

I would copy it here, but the formatting utterly falls apart.
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(11-14-2015 07:18 PM)renotime Wrote:  IS are attacking because France is intervening in Syria. It's not because France has brothels and the women dress all slutty. It is purely a reaction to France's foreign policy.

At some point IS will more than likely hit Russia. Moscow if I had to guess. Also on account of foreign policy.

IS have been threatening Russia before its intervention.
They want to make Caucasus - predominately Muslim region of Russia - a part of their Khalifat. Now they also want to take Crimea and Urals, as territories with some (!) Muslim population.
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Ah yes, as predicted:

http://www.haaretz.com/world-news/.premium-1.686082
Quote:With Paris Attacks, Line Between West and Mideast Fades

Like the wave of Middle Eastern refugees inundating Europe's shores, the Paris attacks demonstrate the inability to separate what goes on there from what goes on here.

That was the jewish plan all along. Bring the Middle East to Europe and watch as Israel grabs all the land they want. Next up is Sinai after they shot down the Russian plane.
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My friends,

In this time of crisis we need to stand by the national front and Marine Le Pen.

This is an act on war on behalf Islam. And we should respond to it as such. If men of the caliber of Churchill were here they would take immediate action. Western Civilization was build by strong men and decisive leaders. Not effeminates, feminists, queers and social justice warriors.
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(11-14-2015 07:31 PM)LE50 Wrote:  
(11-14-2015 07:21 PM)Persepolis Wrote:  
(11-14-2015 07:14 PM)Blackwell Wrote:  
(11-14-2015 05:57 PM)Aurini Wrote:  This article was posted on the Refugee Crisis thread, but it's just as relevant here.

Syrian civil war, oil prices, Russian/American influence, and refugees EXPLAINED.

Unless you already have an extreme in-depth understanding of the situation, this is a must-read document. It's relatively short, but very in depth. Read it!

Interesting piece. But...

Would you be able to explain the contradiction made?

It initially refers to Syria as being the majority Sunni Muslim but then goes on to state that it is majority Shia.

'Most of the countries in the Middle East, including Syria are majority Sunni Muslim.'

Then two paragraphs later...

'As Iran is liberated from US-imposed embargo, two power blocks have emerged in the Middle East - Iran, Iraq and Syria, which are all Shia-led'

Which is it?

The 2nd phrase probably indicates that the shias call the shots in Syria and Iraq at the moment (with Assad being an ally of shia Iran)

Yeah, the Regime is Shia but the majority living there Sunni.

Apparently that worked out okay until foreign influence made sure it didn't.

At least that's my very limited understanding of it.

Syria has a demographic Sunni majority, but the regime is organised around a small obscure sect (so small and nepotistic it might be more accurately described as a tribe) that has been 'accepted' by mainstream Shia leaders as one of their own, equally due to theological overlap as to political convenience. Shia by alliance, let's say.

Iraq has a demographic Shia majority and the current regime is also Shia, but for most of its modern history it has been ruled by Sunnis. This led to a dynamic where the Sunnis see the country as properly belonging under their control, and the Shia who are now in charge want to pay them back for past transgressions.

Both situations are the result of a common colonial strategy that sought to put minorities that would answer to the colonial powers at the helm of the state, in order to prevent the local administration to following majority sentiments or populist movements. It was a legacy of the old colonial states, and was bound to stop working at one point or another without the foreign firepower propping them up.
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(11-14-2015 07:37 PM)Vaun Wrote:  
(11-14-2015 07:27 PM)Onto Wrote:  
(11-14-2015 06:54 PM)Oz. Wrote:  


I always thought from Day 1 the war in Iraq was about getting a foothold in the middle east so we could then topple all the other extremist-ruled muslim countries from there, especially Iran.

I was disappointed we couldn't successfully do it.

Well then you have to wonder, if such a grand plan was executed, how did it fall apart so easily? Apathy? Waning public support?

Waning public support for sure. The death toll to our troops would've been considerably larger than it was already and the public is mostly liberal to begin with.

I don't think we understood how difficult it would be. Nobody ever really does when they undergo something large, new, and unknown. Also the plan started as a reaction to 9/11 so we probably didn't have all our ducks in a row. As Rumsfeld said, "You go to war with what you have"

If we had been successful with Iraq I think we would've pressed on for sure, and I really do believe the countries of the middle east, especially Iran are ruled by an insane few that hold the whole country hostage in a way.

One country can't do it alone. It takes a full, concerted effort by many and I don't think that really existed. At least it didn't exist enough. Then there's the question of who get's to decide who will be placed in power in those respective countries.

Well, anyways, we'll see what happens next.
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(11-14-2015 07:53 PM)Phatom Wrote:  My friends,

In this time of crisis we need to stand by the national front and Marine Le Pen.

This is an act on war on behalf Islam. And we should respond to it as such. If men of the caliber of Churchill were here they would take immediate action. Western Civilization was build by strong men and decisive leaders. Not effeminates, feminists, queers and social justice warriors.

I was not planning to wait for those attacks to stand behind the national front but I definitely agree.
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(11-14-2015 07:55 PM)InsertNameHere Wrote:  
(11-14-2015 07:31 PM)LE50 Wrote:  
(11-14-2015 07:21 PM)Persepolis Wrote:  
(11-14-2015 07:14 PM)Blackwell Wrote:  
(11-14-2015 05:57 PM)Aurini Wrote:  This article was posted on the Refugee Crisis thread, but it's just as relevant here.

Syrian civil war, oil prices, Russian/American influence, and refugees EXPLAINED.

Unless you already have an extreme in-depth understanding of the situation, this is a must-read document. It's relatively short, but very in depth. Read it!

Interesting piece. But...

Would you be able to explain the contradiction made?

It initially refers to Syria as being the majority Sunni Muslim but then goes on to state that it is majority Shia.

'Most of the countries in the Middle East, including Syria are majority Sunni Muslim.'

Then two paragraphs later...

'As Iran is liberated from US-imposed embargo, two power blocks have emerged in the Middle East - Iran, Iraq and Syria, which are all Shia-led'

Which is it?

The 2nd phrase probably indicates that the shias call the shots in Syria and Iraq at the moment (with Assad being an ally of shia Iran)

Yeah, the Regime is Shia but the majority living there Sunni.

Apparently that worked out okay until foreign influence made sure it didn't.

At least that's my very limited understanding of it.

Syria has a demographic Sunni majority, but the regime is organised around a small obscure sect (so small and nepotistic it might be more accurately described as a tribe) that has been 'accepted' by mainstream Shia leaders as one of their own, equally due to theological overlap as to political convenience. Shia by alliance, let's say.

Iraq has a demographic Shia majority and the current regime is also Shia, but for most of its modern history it has been ruled by Sunnis. This led to a dynamic where the Sunnis see the country as properly belonging under their control, and the Shia who are now in charge want to pay them back for past transgressions.

Both situations are the result of a common colonial strategy that sought to put minorities that would answer to the colonial powers at the helm of the state, in order to prevent the local administration to following majority sentiments or populist movements. It was a legacy of the old colonial states, and was bound to stop working at one point or another without the foreign firepower propping them up.

The Alewites are not muslim they believe in re-incarnation and celebrate a strange mix of muslim, zoroastrian and christian holidays.

In addition, as I posted in the Migrant thread, the Alewites are nicknamed 'the Germans' by the Sunni majority for their light skin and european looks. Bashar Al Assad looks straight European with blue eyes.

The Alewites are an ancient European/White population and it is highly likely the British/French recognized this, as racial studies were all the rage at the time.
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(11-14-2015 08:00 PM)nomadbrah Wrote:  The Alewites are not muslim they believe in re-incarnation and celebrate a strange mix of muslim, zoroastrian and christian holidays.

In addition, as I posted in the Migrant thread, the Alewites are nicknamed 'the Germans' by the Sunni majority for their light skin and european looks. Bashar Al Assad looks straight European with blue eyes.

The Alewites are an ancient European/White population and it is highly likely the British/French recognized this, as racial studies were all the rage at the time.

Exactly, they're a pretty obscure and eccentric sect, unique to themselves. From my understanding they recognise the authority of Ali, which is why a lot of people consider them nominally Shia.

But considering all the other aspects of their belief - that hard-liners would definitely see as heretic - I always felt like their alliance with Iran, and Hezbollah by extension, can't be explained by religious affinity alone. They're not that close. The oil pipeline strategies laid out in that article go a long way to explaining that alliance a bit better.

Always follow the money and power. Ideology is usually just a tool.
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This morning, I went on Facebook to see what people were saying. I saw the tourist photos in front of the Eiffle Tower, French flags over profile pictures (usually of dumb cunts taking selfies) and hashtags. Heres some footage of me checking Facebook this morning:

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I sat back and thought to myself how artificial it all is. Facebook had the flag thing all ready to go, like the gay flags a few months ago. Hashtags with millions of followers. Spiffy images of France and how sad it is. No anger... just pre-conditioned responses provided by mass media. People are treating this attack like some sort of no-fault natural disaster.

I saw this one from some French girl I banged a year ago:

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What the fuck is this shit? Answer: Its a way to let regular people vent. By going online and doing stupid shit, they can feel better about themselves. This is where the government/media alliance comes in: you can go online, post shit and it gets seen by 300+ people. This makes the person feel accomplished and as if they are contributing to change, rather than gearing up, going out and solving the problem.
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