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Chigwell 6:59 Mon Nov 23
Should we bomb ISIS in Syria? *Official war thread*
Much as I think that Corbyn is a dreamy romantic in general, including on foreign policy, I can't help but think that his warning, that we haven't learnt from past mistakes, should be heeded.
Paris, Mali, Tunisia, the Russian plane in Sinai - all extremely provocative, and naturally we feel that ISIS must be exterminated, just as we felt that certain nasty people in Iraq, Libya and Afghanistan deserved to be sorted out.
But just chucking bombs will not do the job. Ground troops and long term commitment are needed, if we want to secure a lasting peace. Our experience of arming the "least worst" bunch of native militias has backfired whenever it has been tried.

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:^) 7:19 Wed Dec 23
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Fucking firefox C&P is terrible.

:^) 7:18 Wed Dec 23
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ANONYMOUS have declared cyberwar on Turkey.

Hacking collective Anonymous has claimed responsibility for the week-long cyberattack on Turkey, which it accused of “supporting” the jihadist Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (ISIL), and threatened additional attacks in case the alleged support continues.

‘Turkey is supporting Daesh [ISIL] by buying oil from them, and hospitalizing their fighters. We won’t accept that Erdoğan, the leader of Turkey, will help [ISIL] any longer,” the group has said.

Accusing Turkey of providing financial and logistic support to the militant group, Anonymous also threatened to launch more cyberattacks unless Turkey “stops supporting” the group.

“We will continue attacking your internet, your root DNS, your banks and take your government sites down,” it said. “After the root DNS, we will start to hit your airports, military assets and private state connections. We will destroy your critical banking infrastructure,” the group added.

The Anonymous attacks come only weeks after a similar accusation by Russian President Vladimir Putin, claiming Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan’s family was involved in illicit oil trade with ISIL.

Turkey and Russia has been waging a war of words, in addition to economic sanctions by the latter, since Turkey’s downing of a Russian fighter jet on Nov. 24 for violating Turkish airspace.

Erdoğan challenged his Russian counterpart Putin to either prove his claims or resign.

“Implicating my family with these accusations is especially immoral,” Erdoğan said, arguing that even Russians themselves did not believe in the claims.

Meanwhile, a U.S. special envoy and coordinator for international energy affairs refuted Putin’s claims that Ankara was profiting from an illegal trade with ISIL, explaining that the amount of oil smuggled into Turkey is “extremely low, has decreased over time and is of no significance from a volume perspective.”

The Iraqi Kurdish Regional Government (KRG) also denied the claims and refuted footage released by the Russian Defense Ministry allegedly showing trucks carrying ISIL oil to Turkey. The trucks in the footage were actually carrying oil from the KRG to Turkey’s Ceyhan port, head of the KRG’S energy commission said.

Turkey has been experiencing cyberattacks that started on Dec. 14, targeting nearly 400,000 websites with the extension “.tr.” The cyberattack nearly came to a halt in the morning hours of Dec. 21, and recovery and damage assessment has been launched by leading IT organizations along with Middle East Technical University (ODTÜ).

Turkish IT professionals in response banned access to the DNS from abroad and communication channels were re-opened when the cyberattack first started. Around 400,000 websites, however, were denied access from abroad.

IT professionals initially thought Russia was behind the cyberattack.

http://www.hurriyetdailynews.com/anonymous-claims-cyberattacks-on-turkey-declares-cyber-war.aspx?pageID=238&nID=92907&NewsCatID=352

mashed in maryland 2:02 Tue Dec 22
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LOL if our "leaders" end up sending our forces over to fight against ISIS alongside the Taliban one day soon.

In fact it'd be worth a fiver if there's any sort of odds going on it anywhere.

Nurse Ratched 1:24 Tue Dec 22
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Utterly baroque, isn't it?

riosleftsock 1:23 Tue Dec 22
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Its good mayo though.

, 1:23 Tue Dec 22
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Yes, big mistake pulling our soldiers out of Helmond province. We need to send them back to help the Afghans repel the Taliban so that ISIS can take over instead.

Nurse Ratched 1:19 Tue Dec 22
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Mashed 11:16

Spot on.

mashed in maryland 1:16 Tue Dec 22
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https://pbs.twimg.com/media/CDgSbGXUUAAu4ZC.jpg

American but very relevant.

Especially when things like this happen:

https://www.rt.com/uk/322610-homeless-veteran-dies-manchester/

Yeah I know it's from Russia Today, so what.

SurfaceAgentX2Zero 12:07 Tue Dec 22
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I'm not disputing that point, for sure, although I suspect it's our dripping-wet judiciary who are to blame more than the government.

It would help if the proposed changes to the rules of engagement for the police were extended to the armed forces.

mashed in maryland 11:16 Tue Dec 22
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When our government start locking up our soldiers for killing the enemy there's not really much point in sending them off to die in that shithole really is there?

SurfaceAgentX2Zero 11:10 Tue Dec 22
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RM10 10:24 Mon Dec 21

'i see the Taliban are close to getting into the city Sangin, so what was the point of all our boys dieing out there then?'

To stop the Taliban walking straight back into Sangin, I should think. Then loads of wet cunts lost their nerve and demanded our boys be brought back home by Christmas 2014 and now the hundreds who died have died for nothing.

riosleftsock 11:52 Mon Dec 21
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Sorry Whoic, I'm very intolerant of overly-tolerant people.

He's surrey.

Annony 11:05 Mon Dec 21
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I think we should make Poland a priority and bomb that shithole first, besides H&P lives there.

WHOicidal Maniac 10:33 Mon Dec 21
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riosleftsock 10:31 Mon Dec 21
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No Im not, Its all bullshit, but I tend to be tolerant of people and their bullshit.


Be nice to SteveP...he has feelings too.

riosleftsock 10:31 Mon Dec 21
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Well, P can fuck right off then.

Whoic - you're not an islamick, like stirling, are you?

WHOicidal Maniac 10:30 Mon Dec 21
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riosleftsock 10:28 Mon Dec 21
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WHOIC, I'm struggling to take sides here.

Are you south or north of the river?

North of course...

riosleftsock 10:28 Mon Dec 21
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WHOIC, I'm struggling to take sides here.

Are you south or north of the river?

RM10 10:24 Mon Dec 21
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i see the Taliban are close to getting into the city Sangin, so what was the point of all our boys dieing out there then?

WHOicidal Maniac 9:06 Mon Dec 21
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Steve P 8:57 Mon Dec 21
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This will be the last time I address you.

I havent shouted anyone down.

I said that I would rather have immigrants living next door than West Ham fans who are cunts. Dont twist my words to suit your agenda.

I havent gone Coy by not telling you what I have or havent done to help, its none of your business and I dont need to justify myself to you. Im also aware that if I did tell you anything , you would call me a liar so whats the point.

If I have made a cunt of myself on here, so be it. At least im being genuine and not a mouthy gobshite who is on a personal agenda to hatchet the poster rather than the content.


I suggest you find yourself another poster to abuse because you will get no further trollfeed from me.


Sincerely, I wish you a merry christmas full of health and happiness.

This concludes our communication

Steve P 8:57 Mon Dec 21
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That's really odd

You've gone from shouting everyone down on here that doesn't agree with you, asserting that you'd rather put up Syrians than West Ham supporters, now you've gone all coy when asked what you've actually done, excluding making yourself a proper cunt on here?

I can only assume it's because you've done fuck all, which was fairly obvious from the start?

WHOicidal Maniac 8:53 Mon Dec 21
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