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SpokenTruth said:
CrazyGamer2017 said:

I don't have to tell you, it's just in the news right now, Iran is attacking US bases in Iraq. Looks like they did not go the cyber way as you predicted. But hey I'm the one who does not know what's going on, right?

Gee, Iran attacking the US, the US attacking Iran, seems we just missed eternal peace that was obviously there according to you before that Iranian general was killed...

You....you...do understand that was in retaliation, right?  As in an attack that would not have happened had we not killed their general.

And you can't read very well either.  I said, "It also appears you're not aware of one of Iran's most deadly capabilities....cyber attacks."  Where in that statement is specifically stated that Iran will only retaliate with cyber attacks?

So why did we kill their General?  You seem to be taking the stance that he was not involved with multiple terrorist militias? You act as if he was struck without provocation. 



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PAOerfulone said:
deskpro2k3 said:
This is Trump's fault. The good news is that in recent reports says no Americans were injured or killed, hopefully that was Iran's intentions. Lets just call this tit for tat and start deescalating this conflict.

Fat chance.

As much as I would love for that to happen, that stupid, ego maniacal, sensitive, utterly hopeless, psychopath is going to retaliate in an even bigger manner. Once that happens, it's full-on war.

Good call.



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Last edited by Keiji - on 09 January 2020

barneystinson69 said:

Apparently a student who goes to the same HS I went to back in the day was on that plane... yikes. RIP to those who affected, and the Iranian gov can burn in hell (not like it didn't deserve it already) if it did something to that plane as retaliation (and it definitely looks like a real possibility so far).

And of course Canadians are in the cross-fire (again) of America's diplomatic strategy backfiring. 

I thought it was coincidence, then I heard they would not release the black boxes to Boeing and I wasn't so sure. Since then I've heard they have invited Ukraine and Canada to help investigate which brings me back to coincidence and mechanical failure.



The_Yoda said:
SpokenTruth said:

You....you...do understand that was in retaliation, right?  As in an attack that would not have happened had we not killed their general.

And you can't read very well either.  I said, "It also appears you're not aware of one of Iran's most deadly capabilities....cyber attacks."  Where in that statement is specifically stated that Iran will only retaliate with cyber attacks?

1). So why did we kill their General?  2). You seem to be taking the stance that he was not involved with multiple terrorist militias? 3). You act as if he was struck without provocation. 

1). Ask Trump.  He was supposed to announce what that "Imminent Threat" was today.  But never did.

2). Please locate any statements I have made that suggest as such.

3). No, I'm acting as though I don't want escalation in an already decades long tension. How in the hell you and CrazyGamer2017 miss this is beyond me.

Last edited by SpokenTruth - on 08 January 2020

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deskpro2k3 said:
This is Trump's fault. The good news is that in recent reports says no Americans were injured or killed, hopefully that was Iran's intentions. Lets just call this tit for tat and start deescalating this conflict.

Diplomacy has literally never been Trump's strong suit. Bragging about his skills as a negotiator is something he's good at, but not backing up his claims with action.



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pitzy272 said:
Here’s an informative video from an Iranian-American woman.

https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=1C888mSyD7s

This video is so informative. I am so tired of people assuming that what Trump is doing is bad. Seriously people, wake up.

From now, everyone do me a favor. STOP LISTENING TO THE MEDIA, STOP ASSUMING THAT TRUMP IS PURE EVIL ALL THE TIME.

Here is another interesting video about what led up to what's happening today: https://www.youtube.com/watch?time_continue=70&v=3CgoyEtqmFI&feature=emb_logo

Last edited by padib - on 08 January 2020

Let me break down a few things here.

1). Soleimani was a bad guy.  A terrorist.  He was directly responsible for the deaths of many innocent civilians from many nations.

2). I do not mourn his death. I mourn for the innocent civilians who will likely die from escalations.

3). Diplomacy is always a better answer than war unless directly attacked in your homeland.

4). The authority to enact war is Constitutionally vested within Congress.

5). The planned assassination of a foreign military general and their expected presidential successor is an act of war.

6). WE are terrorists to them.

If you assume anything else after this, it's on you. 



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The_Yoda said:
barneystinson69 said:

Apparently a student who goes to the same HS I went to back in the day was on that plane... yikes. RIP to those who affected, and the Iranian gov can burn in hell (not like it didn't deserve it already) if it did something to that plane as retaliation (and it definitely looks like a real possibility so far).

And of course Canadians are in the cross-fire (again) of America's diplomatic strategy backfiring. 

I thought it was coincidence, then I heard they would not release the black boxes to Boeing and I wasn't so sure. Since then I've heard they have invited Ukraine and Canada to help investigate which brings me back to coincidence and mechanical failure.

Iran shot it down by mistake.



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SpokenTruth said:

Let me break down a few things here.

1). Soleimani was a bad guy.  A terrorist.  He was directly responsible for the deaths of many innocent civilians from many nations.

2). I do not mourn his death. I mourn for the innocent civilians who will likely die from escalations.

3). Diplomacy is always a better answer than war unless directly attacked in your homeland.

4). The authority to enact war is Constitutionally vested within Congress.

5). The planned assassination of a foreign military general and their expected presidential successor is an act of war.

6). WE are terrorists to them.

If you assume anything else after this, it's on you. 

You speak as if you are all-knowing, but you aren't. Your judgement is just as flawed as everybody else's.

1) Seems like it!

2) You don't know who would die more, with or without his execution of the general.

3) Diplomacy is not always better than war, since war is already in place the general was already attacking American bases. Also, when Hiroshima & Nagasaki were badly hit (it was a tragedy), the war ended. So history doesn't see as you do.

4) I don't even know what that means, care to use terms I can actually understand? I'm not a politician, I sure hope you aren't.

5) As mentioned in 3, the war was already being enacted by the iranian military.

6) To who? Only to those in leadership in Iran. But according to the video pitzy posted, we are not terrorists to the majority.

Stop pretending like you stand on moral high ground...