Forums - Politics Discussion - US, UK and France launch attack on Syria, including its capital Damascus

Mar1217 said:
Best victory of the night so far

They've made similar claims about Israeli actions in the past that were completely false. I imagine they'll hit a good number of them but one shouldn't put too much weight in that particular source heh



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Johnw1104 said:
Mar1217 said:
Best victory of the night so far

They've made similar claims about Israeli actions in the past that were completely false. I imagine they'll hit a good number of them but one shouldn't put too much weight in that particular source heh

Oh I know that already, just like anything that'll be said shouldn't be trusted upon first view. (That goes certainly for the West and Middle East,Russian official reports)

All in all, I just want people to live and not get destroyed by a bunch of people taking undemocratic desicions, so they can further their agenda.



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Ah, so this is what it means to withdraw troops, sending in missiles to bomb the shit out of them.



More power to the jihadis will result from this.



COKTOE said:
It's such an infrequent occurrence, that I'm surprised when he busts out a speech that sounds dignified. I wonder if he's using prompters, or if that was a legitimate recitation?

You talking about Trump? I recall enjoying his speech on North Korea not too long ago.

The man got this far, surely he's able to string a series of words into coherent sentences.



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Mar1217 said:
Johnw1104 said:

They've made similar claims about Israeli actions in the past that were completely false. I imagine they'll hit a good number of them but one shouldn't put too much weight in that particular source heh

Oh I know that already, just like anything that'll be said shouldn't be trusted upon first view. (That goes certainly for the West and Middle East,Russian official reports)

All in all, I just want people to live and not get destroyed by a bunch of people taking undemocratic desicions, so they can further their agenda.

Amen to that.



Mar1217 said:
Johnw1104 said:

They've made similar claims about Israeli actions in the past that were completely false. I imagine they'll hit a good number of them but one shouldn't put too much weight in that particular source heh

Oh I know that already, just like anything that'll be said shouldn't be trusted upon first view. (That goes certainly for the West and Middle East,Russian official reports)

All in all, I just want people to live and not get destroyed by a bunch of people taking undemocratic desicions, so they can further their agenda.

I don't think there's an option on the table among the seemingly endless factions within Syria and those involving themselves from outside the country that will lead to a happy conclusion in the short term. I mean, you speak of "undemocratic decisions" and yet they live under an autocrat who uses chemical weapons on his own people. There aren't exactly any bloodless options to go with at this point.



That...was quick. I really hope they know what they're doing.



KLAMarine said:
COKTOE said:
It's such an infrequent occurrence, that I'm surprised when he busts out a speech that sounds dignified. I wonder if he's using prompters, or if that was a legitimate recitation?

You talking about Trump? I recall enjoying his speech on North Korea not too long ago.

The man got this far, surely he's able to string a series of words into coherent sentences.

Yes. He's unimpressive as an orator. More often than not I find him boorish, and his command of the English language sub-par. As I said, there are exceptions, and in those instances, I'm inclined to believe he's reading prepared statements from prompters.



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Remember when Trump was supposed to be the peaceful option? Yeah, doesn't seem like it. Anyway, I do support this, assuming the use of chemical weapons is true (which I currently assume).