Dictators are not as bad as Jihadists


B00Mer
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Dictators are not as bad as Jihadists



So, now that we see what happens when you topple as Dictator no matter how bad they are, is it worth what we are seeing now in the Middle East?

Before he was overthrown and killed, Libyan dictator Muammar Gaddafi warned jihadists would conquer northern Africa

Bashar al-Assad: Not so bad after all? (external - login to view)

Syrias Assad on Obamas Red Lines - YouTube

 
Grievous
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Yep, couldn't agree more.


Only reason Saddam was toppled was because he started thinking for himself and didn't toe the Western line.
 
B00Mer
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Quote: Originally Posted by GrievousView Post

Only reason Saddam was toppled was because he started thinking for himself and didn't toe the Western line.

Yup, he was no longer an American Puppet.
 
Grievous
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Quote: Originally Posted by B00MerView Post

Yup, he was no longer an American Puppet.



Western puppet more like it.
 
MHz
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I miss the Saddam that went to town to get an explanation about the slant-drilling, double-crossed by his own partners, . . . and the 1/2 M died 'for the cause', . . . . that Saddam? . . . . .or the one that killed a lot of Iranians for the US because they went all Cuban on them?

Quote: Originally Posted by GrievousView Post

Western puppet more like it.

The X-itan Game Edition has a multiple choice of when he realized he'd been 'punked'? There are also 367 other cards bearing a different name but the question is the same. Partner, your back, too late.

Here are your (current) Masters, they are powerful enough that they should be obeyed if you expect 'smooth sailing'. That falls short of worship, if that upsets them they better deal with it or they get to reclaim humility in the only way possible. Dig your way out from the bottom of the pile.

investmentwatchblog.com/3-cit...ule-the-world/ (external - login to view)
 
Grievous
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Quote: Originally Posted by MHzView Post

I miss the Saddam that went to town to get an explanation about the slant-drilling, double-crossed by his own partners, . . . and the 1/2 M died 'for the cause', . . . . that Saddam? . . . . .or the one that killed a lot of Iranians for the US because they went all Cuban on them?



Not to mention the Fu*k up by April Glaspie.
 
MHz
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The 'Not our concern.' line. Part of a long list of classic lines. The cave complex was what did it for me in that entire issue. But the same feeling I had in the 'save the seal pups' campaign (redesign the breakwaters) and a winter storm blew all 10,000 out to the Ocean. Everybody kind-of dropped the signs and went home. Rather sad ending really. Iraq had a tailored storm custom made that swept over Iraq that is a bit past the 'oops' margin. It would be like designing the breakwater to flush the island regularly of life. If the 'save the seals' worked and the Grand Banks teemed with them every spring you will still be chowing down when you have some fish or lobster from that area.
Same as out west, you may not like grass but that is part of any good Russian Reindeer Steak.

There won't be any turkey shoots unless it is via 'friendly fire' doing a cleanup of the 'grunts' that know too much. Some freedom fighters should flood the place with the black x-mas show, if not the whole thing then the part where the phone rings and it is the killer calling from inside the same house.
 

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