Forums - Politics Discussion - Russian soldier wipes out ISIS thugs by calling airstrike on HIMSELF

hershel_layton said:
Botomud said:

Of course im happy,, that is the sole reason why I follow the news now to see how many die each day as part of a war or some suicide attack. The less there are in the world the  safer we are.

Pretty much all muslims are scum so....

Funny how pretty much all the trouble in the world is from the muslim extremists. When was the last time there was a terrorist attack and it was a buddist extremist? It's always muslims and always will be muslims, they are not like proper people.

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LOL Do you not look into the deep web? There are extreme buddhists who will kill people for possession of beef. 

 

How disgusting. I hope you stay banned permanently. Wishing death upon an entire group is nothing but an abomination

Yeah he really has the same thoughtprocesses like alot of  terrorists that think every western person is scum,just born into a different place and hating another big group.



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Goatseye said:
nanarchy said:

It is not uncommon for 1 or 2 man missions, they act as spotters for artillary and air strikes. They usually don't intend to directly engage with the enemy themselves, they just paint the targets for others, less people equals less chance of being caught and taking 5, 10 or 20 would actually decrease your chance of survival as more chance of being spotted.

It sounds like he was screwed anyway he went, but definitely a brave act. Russia seems to be the only country that have actually made a difference in the fight (even if many of their reasons to help are selfish).

The only thing is, Russia is not fighting ISIS but the rebels. Just this week, US wiped some high ranking ISIS officials in Syria, leaving the ground soldiers with their d*ck in their hands. Russia is fighting the rebels off Assad's back.

You can follow more details on this advanced map: http://syria.liveuamap.com/en/2016/27-march-saahezbollahirgc-fighting-with-isisdaesh-militants

Russia is indeed also attacking the rebels but last weeks they certainly hurt isis more.

Russians soldiers 'helped' to take over Palmyra from ISIS.  






Immersiveunreality said:
hershel_layton said:

LOL Do you not look into the deep web? There are extreme buddhists who will kill people for possession of beef. 

 

How disgusting. I hope you stay banned permanently. Wishing death upon an entire group is nothing but an abomination

Yeah he really has the same thoughtprocesses like alot of  terrorists that think every western person is scum,just born into a different place and hating another big group.

Blegh. Just reading his comment makes me cringe.



 

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nanarchy said:
Goatseye said:

That's a good PR but even if it was true, wiping out commanders and financial officials deals more blows than picking off replaceable minions.

you are dealing with a group of people that have zero respect for life and many of whom will happily strap a bomb to themselves and walk into the enemy if they think it is going to even slightly benefit their cause. These aren't people you can stop by taking out their leaders, it isn't a traditional army, such attacks on their officials I applaud, but if you think they are little more than an inconvenience then I think they don't understand the type of group ISIS is. The US's tactic of these targetted strikes had been going on for years all the while ISIS made further inroads, it wasn't until the Russians stepped in that the direction of this disaster changed.

For the Record I think Assad is as much to blame as the US for the current situation their and Russia's intentions are mostly selfish, but they are currently the only ones doing what actually needs to be done. What I think will be interesting is what happens after this war. If the US gets its way it will be a disaster, like it or not you actually need someone that is a bit of a pr!#k if you want to keep most of the extremist groups in check in the area, a soft puppet government will see the area erupt into chaos again.

I think you missed the memo where ISIS had to make paycuts and flee from a lot of places in Iraq. US is fighting ISIS in Lebanon, Syria, Afghanistan and Iraq.

ISIS is not an anarchist group, so your comment about "traditional army" makes zero sense when they have chain of command. US bombing of ISIS in Syria didn't start with Assad's. It started last year, not years.

Syrian people want Assad away from power because he murders them. Russia is there to make sure that murderer stay in power to commit more human rights violation and buy their weapons and other products. A puppet government, like you said but raining chaos on its own people.



konnichiwa said:
Goatseye said:

The only thing is, Russia is not fighting ISIS but the rebels. Just this week, US wiped some high ranking ISIS officials in Syria, leaving the ground soldiers with their d*ck in their hands. Russia is fighting the rebels off Assad's back.

You can follow more details on this advanced map: http://syria.liveuamap.com/en/2016/27-march-saahezbollahirgc-fighting-with-isisdaesh-militants

Russia is indeed also attacking the rebels but last weeks they certainly hurt isis more.

Russians soldiers 'helped' to take over Palmyra from ISIS.  

So they officially started last week. And when dropped some frustration bombs the week when ISIS claimed responsibilities on the plane bombings.



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KingofTrolls said:
Eddie_Raja said:

I will believe the full story from a Russian source when they have a news media not fully controlled by the governement.  

Yes, we all know 9/11 was CIA job.

Haha there is a massive difference my friend.  Are you saying the Russian government doesn't control its media?  I mean this is a widely know fact.



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Eddie_Raja said:

Haha there is a massive difference my friend.  Are you saying the Russian government doesn't control its media?  I mean this is a widely know fact.

" American idiot " talk ? Widely known fact xDDDDDD 

If Russia state owns every media, why they draft a bill to reduce foreign capital to 50 % max in mass media ownership ? Because there are plenty media/TV shows in Russia what are owned by western capital and they basically say BS things. I live in Poland, I dont watch TV because Germany's capital owns 75 % of the media. 

Think, man, think.



Eddie_Raja said:
KingofTrolls said:

Yes, we all know 9/11 was CIA job.

Haha there is a massive difference my friend.  Are you saying the Russian government doesn't control its media?  I mean this is a widely know fact.

Media is partly controlled in most countrys ,how much we do not always know but we cant fully discredit it because of that.



Wright said:

I wonder what were his final thoughts.

Whatever DangerZone! is in russian!

Fairly class final act of the person hopefully his death killed people who could have went on to murder innocents like in Belguim and isn't used as an excuse for a counter attack on innocent people.



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Goatseye said:
konnichiwa said:

You can follow more details on this advanced map: http://syria.liveuamap.com/en/2016/27-march-saahezbollahirgc-fighting-with-isisdaesh-militants

Russia is indeed also attacking the rebels but last weeks they certainly hurt isis more.

Russians soldiers 'helped' to take over Palmyra from ISIS.  

So they officially started last week. And when dropped some frustration bombs the week when ISIS claimed responsibilities on the plane bombings.

Not really, I follow the map daily from late October and Russia was also attacking ISIS at that point.  But last weeks they stepped up against attacks ISIS possible because before ISIS was still advancing and it was more about defense while now it has been about advanceing and catching territory.  Their is a time line on the map so you can see things that happened on each day. Most information comes from media and sources like civilians from the Free Raqqa movement etc.