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Posted 31 August 2013 - 09:54 AM

... but says clearly there will be no boots on the ground.

It will be drone and cruise missile attacks at our leisure, maybe now, maybe next week, whenever we feel like it.
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Posted 31 August 2013 - 09:56 AM

cliffs on why (we're going to bomb them)?
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Posted 31 August 2013 - 10:45 AM


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Posted 31 August 2013 - 10:53 AM

View PostSuitedAces21, on 31 August 2013 - 09:56 AM, said:

cliffs on why (we're going to bomb them)?

Assad is using chemical weapons to gas the 'resistance', aka, 'the people'.
Just to be clear, I utterly do not ****ing care what happens over there, he could kill them all and I still wouldn't care enough to risk American lives to go settle someone elses problem but objectively, it is legitimately a crappy situation

Innocent civilians being gassed and killed by chemical weapons. They're (The Assad Regime) just bombing the shit out of Syrian neighborhoods and areas known to be 'sympathetic to the rebels' with chemical filled rockets. It's bad... but, I don't want my neighbors son going over there to die on their behalf.

I support exactly what he's doing; the inaguaral launch of the new iWar bombing app.
So now, instead of having our sons go die for stone-age shitheads, we instead play 21st Century Drone Whack-A-Mole against the regime infastructure and allow the resistance to go handle their business with a more level playing field.

This, I can support.
The moment he starts sending over 'small groups of military advisors', then you know we've started rolling down the slippery slope
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Posted 31 August 2013 - 11:00 AM

thanks scram.
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Posted 31 August 2013 - 12:04 PM

The whole appeal of war and the military for me is that it's a jobs program for psychos with poor parents and unremarkable 40 times. If the infantry is cut out of the equation, we are basically left with jobs that require the same finesse and computer skills as a normal, nonviolent civil servant. If our dumbest, poorest and craziest children don't have a federally funded desert to die in, where will we put them all? If it weren't for Obama and his drones, Treyvon Martin would still be alive today.
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Posted 31 August 2013 - 04:18 PM

It would create a virtuous cycle.
The overflow of rabble would cause an increase in crime which would increase the demand for police officers and jailers, which are essentially the only professions- aside from military- that they can work in. Eventually, it would hit a perfect equallibrium of retards commiting crimes, being arrested by other retards and ultimately, imprisoned by retards- basically where we're at now, but with an increase in the peak to peak amplitude on whatever scale measures the annoyances idiots cause society.
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Posted 01 September 2013 - 03:31 AM

The history of chemical weapons

The shadow of Ypres

How a whole class of weaponry came to be seen as indecent


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Posted 01 September 2013 - 07:53 AM

View PostAmScray, on 31 August 2013 - 10:53 AM, said:



Assad is using chemical weapons to gas the 'resistance', aka, 'the people'.
Just to be clear, I utterly do not ****ing care what happens over there, he could kill them all and I still wouldn't care enough to risk American lives to go settle someone elses problem but objectively, it is legitimately a crappy situation

Innocent civilians being gassed and killed by chemical weapons. They're (The Assad Regime) just bombing the shit out of Syrian neighborhoods and areas known to be 'sympathetic to the rebels' with chemical filled rockets. It's bad... but, I don't want my neighbors son going over there to die on their behalf.

I support exactly what he's doing; the inaguaral launch of the new iWar bombing app.
So now, instead of having our sons go die for stone-age shitheads, we instead play 21st Century Drone Whack-A-Mole against the regime infastructure and allow the resistance to go handle their business with a more level playing field.

This, I can support.
The moment he starts sending over 'small groups of military advisors', then you know we've started rolling down the slippery slope

Perfect. He kept his word on Libya so I'm going to trust him for now.
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Posted 02 September 2013 - 06:16 AM

View PostAmScray, on 31 August 2013 - 09:54 AM, said:

... but says clearly there will be no boots on the ground.

It will be drone and cruise missile attacks at our leisure, maybe now, maybe next week, whenever we feel like it.
The book on "How To Properly Dismantle A Shitty Regime In The 21st Century" is about to be written.

He will go down as a great president.

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Posted 02 September 2013 - 07:43 AM

View PostFCP Bob, on 01 September 2013 - 03:31 AM, said:

UN's Del Ponte says evidence Syria rebels 'used sarin'
http://www.bbc.co.uk...e-east-22424188
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Posted 02 September 2013 - 08:18 AM

View PostCaneBrain, on 01 September 2013 - 07:53 AM, said:

Perfect. He kept his word on Libya so I'm going to trust him for now.

You forgot Egypt.
http://directorblue....e-protests.html
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Posted 02 September 2013 - 08:22 AM

Of Course we don't want another Egypt!

Syria rebels 'beheaded a Christian and fed him to the dogs' as fears grow over Islamist atrocities
http://www.dailymail...atrocities.html

SHOCKING Graphic Video Surfaces of Execution of Truck Drivers for Non-Muslim Ties - See
http://freepatriot.o...on-muslim-ties/

WARNING GRAPHIC VIDEO - Syrian Jihadists behead Catholic priest
http://www.liveleak....=ead_1372329728
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Posted 02 September 2013 - 12:20 PM

To preface, I am not going to watch any of those videos. The descriptions suffice and while I have an iron stomach for gore, whenever I see really bad videos of atrocities, it just seems to permanently imprint something on my brain that takes away a little bit of happiness that you never get back. I believe it. Horrible, horrible atrocities have been and are being committed. Syrians, like the rest of the people from that region excluding Israel, are fundamentally savages and will commit standard, expected acts of savagery. No surprise here.

The people from the civilized world who venture into these regions on their own volition should understand the risk they're taking. The nine trips to Egypt may have been fine. The tenth may not turn out so well... I don't want to say 'who cares' about a bunch of Mohammedan monkeys beheading a priest- that is evil- but it's also part and parcel of trying to civilize the natives in these lands and has been going on as long as Christian Missions have. I say **** them, leave the heathens to their camels. Others want to go 'help'. Have a ball... send me a postcard 'cause I ain't going.

As far as what these 'atrocities' mean to the overall conflict, we can just accept that horrible shit happens in war (because it most certainly does) or do we seek reprisals and go **** it ALL up in the name of Tito Minniti?

Beware, partisans with agendas bearing hysterical pretexts...

The fact is, there is nothing these people can do to threaten us, other than to troll us. That's what 9/11 was. The worlds most spectacular troll job. They cannot storm our borders, they don't threaten to take over Europe, they're irrelevant to the global economy save for oil, but the raghead risk premium is already baked into oil over $100 and dey ain't 'da only ones who gots it. They're just ****ing turds whose only 'threat' is their ability to be temporarily obnoxious.

The only 20th century tactic we should bring with us into the 21st century is indiscriminate, en-masse bombings.
From time to time, absolute destruction is needed. Everything else from this point forward should be forgetting how we fought wars in the past and just troll them back with our superior technologies; missiles and drones, whacking every single thing that remotely resembles anything or anyone that may annoy us down the line.

I cannot even imagine what kind of hell on earth it would be to have the skies filled with drones and at any time, you and/or everything around you may just suddenly explode. You are not safe inside, you are not safe outside. Your families aren't safe, your children aren't safe... It's just a matter of time before the one with your name on it comes-a-knockin'.

That's how you fight these miserable faggots.
In the 21st Century, we needn't fight savages on their own terms with more savagery.
We can fight them with amusing indifference to the henious plight of our evil robots flying in their skies blowing them up at will... while we sit at Starbucks on our laptops, eating biscotti and checking our TD Ameritrade accounts.... and as they foam with range in their mud huts and vow revenge, we just keep detonating their buildings and people for sport. Hell, make it an incentivized contest among the drone pilots to see who can blow up the most moving cars.

First prize, new Cadillac.
Second prize, set of steak knives.
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Posted 03 September 2013 - 08:34 AM

View PostAmScray, on 02 September 2013 - 12:20 PM, said:

To preface, I am not going to watch any of those videos. The descriptions suffice and while I have an iron stomach for gore, whenever I see really bad videos of atrocities, it just seems to permanently imprint something on my brain that takes away a little bit of happiness that you never get back. I believe it. Horrible, horrible atrocities have been and are being committed. Syrians, like the rest of the people from that region excluding Israel, are fundamentally savages and will commit standard, expected acts of savagery. No surprise here.

The people from the civilized world who venture into these regions on their own volition should understand the risk they're taking. The nine trips to Egypt may have been fine. The tenth may not turn out so well... I don't want to say 'who cares' about a bunch of Mohammedan monkeys beheading a priest- that is evil- but it's also part and parcel of trying to civilize the natives in these lands and has been going on as long as Christian Missions have. I say **** them, leave the heathens to their camels. Others want to go 'help'. Have a ball... send me a postcard 'cause I ain't going.

As far as what these 'atrocities' mean to the overall conflict, we can just accept that horrible shit happens in war (because it most certainly does) or do we seek reprisals and go **** it ALL up in the name of Tito Minniti?

Beware, partisans with agendas bearing hysterical pretexts...

The fact is, there is nothing these people can do to threaten us, other than to troll us. That's what 9/11 was. The worlds most spectacular troll job. They cannot storm our borders, they don't threaten to take over Europe, they're irrelevant to the global economy save for oil, but the raghead risk premium is already baked into oil over $100 and dey ain't 'da only ones who gots it. They're just ****ing turds whose only 'threat' is their ability to be temporarily obnoxious.

The only 20th century tactic we should bring with us into the 21st century is indiscriminate, en-masse bombings.
From time to time, absolute destruction is needed. Everything else from this point forward should be forgetting how we fought wars in the past and just troll them back with our superior technologies; missiles and drones, whacking every single thing that remotely resembles anything or anyone that may annoy us down the line.

I cannot even imagine what kind of hell on earth it would be to have the skies filled with drones and at any time, you and/or everything around you may just suddenly explode. You are not safe inside, you are not safe outside. Your families aren't safe, your children aren't safe... It's just a matter of time before the one with your name on it comes-a-knockin'.

That's how you fight these miserable faggots.
In the 21st Century, we needn't fight savages on their own terms with more savagery.
We can fight them with amusing indifference to the henious plight of our evil robots flying in their skies blowing them up at will... while we sit at Starbucks on our laptops, eating biscotti and checking our TD Ameritrade accounts.... and as they foam with range in their mud huts and vow revenge, we just keep detonating their buildings and people for sport. Hell, make it an incentivized contest among the drone pilots to see who can blow up the most moving cars.

First prize, new Cadillac.
Second prize, set of steak knives.
Third prize, you're fired.

No agendas here. Posting of videos was just a way of saying there is a lot of moving parts here, mainly the nut cases from the outside hijacking the revolution. It has also been established that these nut cases have sarin gas.,

http://www.turkishwe...terrorists.html

I totally agree with you on getting back to the old days of balls to wall on military engagements.

As far as developing our energy I agree with you statement "full steam ahead". Besides becoming energy independent, imagine what it would do to the economy. Imagine all the states that could have a economy like North Dakota where people working at McDonald's are making 16.00 a hour. It is time for the President to pull off the shackles.
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Posted 03 September 2013 - 11:20 AM

View PostJustDoIt, on 03 September 2013 - 08:34 AM, said:

No agendas here. Posting of videos was just a way of saying there is a lot of moving parts here, mainly the nut cases from the outside hijacking the revolution. It has also been established that these nut cases have sarin gas.,

http://www.turkishwe...terrorists.html

I totally agree with you on getting back to the old days of balls to wall on military engagements.

As far as developing our energy I agree with you statement "full steam ahead". Besides becoming energy independent, imagine what it would do to the economy. Imagine all the states that could have a economy like North Dakota where people working at McDonald's are making 16.00 a hour. It is time for the President to pull off the shackles.

Developing energy resources where it makes sense is important but please don't think that just because a State with a really tiny population ( more people live within 5 miles of me than in all of North Dakota ) is having an energy boom that means that places where people actually live will have booming economies from drilling.
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Posted 03 September 2013 - 02:22 PM

View PostFCP Bob, on 03 September 2013 - 11:20 AM, said:

Developing energy resources where it makes sense is important but please don't think that just because a State with a really tiny population ( more people live within 5 miles of me than in all of North Dakota ) is having an energy boom that means that places where people actually live will have booming economies from drilling.

If we went "full steam ahead" in ten years we would be totally or near totally energy independent. I think that would create booming economies around the country and substantial growth overall. On the other hand, any economic growth would seem like a boom compared to what we have today.
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Posted 04 September 2013 - 06:41 AM

View PostCaneBrain, on 01 September 2013 - 07:53 AM, said:

Perfect. He kept his word on Libya so I'm going to trust him for now.
Brilliant job in Libya, really solved the problem. Yes, we are so loved in Egypt.
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Posted 04 September 2013 - 11:31 AM

Lol at pretending there were good times ever in Libya. Not that anything you posted contradicted my statement. Shit is going to suck real bad in Syria no matter what path we choose. That'll be Obama's fault too I'm sure.


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Posted 05 September 2013 - 02:47 PM

I use chemical weapons all the time agaainst weavels, so I guess I shouldnt talk.

Also, there is now some question whether it was assadd, or the alqueda dudes in the resistance.
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