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the very definition of terrorism includes the pursuit of political aim......

freedom from back-up sounds and warning labels is a far cry from legalizing espionage, surveillance programs, drones above, etc. i know you're making a point, FLM, but i think the distinction is important. then again, i don't live in a constant state of fear that some of our sf bros seem to suffer from here
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This article just about sums it up for me:  "The scariest thing about Brussels is our reaction to it"
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Western missiles and Isis bombs kill more innocents in a week than die in Europe in a year. The difference is the media response. A dead Muslim is an unlucky mutt in the wrong place at the wrong time. A dead European is front-page news.

I like how he stuck the western missiles in there. Unintentional civilian casualties, which are inevitable in any war, are not the same as civilians being targeted by terrorist organizations. This idea keeps getting pushed around, that somehow you can wage a war without civilian causalities. It's never been done. Ever. If that's the plan, just admit that we aren't going to do anything at all.
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Do liberals have any blood in their veins at all? I can't fathom this level of knee jerk disloyalty.
Funniest poast of the day competition now over.
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Do liberals have any blood in their veins at all? I can't fathom this level of knee jerk disloyalty.

They're not really useful idiots. They are fully aware of what they are saying, and would be fine with the West collapsing as long as they remain elite.
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They're not really useful idiots. They are fully aware of what they are saying, and would be fine with the West collapsing as long as they remain elite.

Most of them aren't remotely elite, though. Is some goon who writes for the Guardian really pulling the strings? I don't think so.
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My favorite bit
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We can respond to events in Brussels with a quiet and dignified sympathy, with candles and silences. To downplay something is not to ignore it.

Don't forget the hashtags!
post #2197 of 2656
How do you make chimpanzee self-aware?
All that talk about terrorists will win if we....".insert liberal socialist platitude"...Better go condemn Israel now for something.
Ivory tower dimwits, we already lost our liberty thanks to increased security, political correctness and restrictive gun laws in EU.
I am not afraid to loose more "liberty" if middle easterners start getting profiled and searched on every corner, like blacks and latinos in US. Does not concern me one yota.
The only danger to my liberty is if Brussels bureaucrats might seize the opportunity to carve out nice piece of legislation while everyone is still foggy (like US government did with patriot act).
Let's not forget that we are between rock and a hard place: the last thing on the minds of our central governments is: How to protect the citizenry and our way of life.
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How do you make chimpanzee self-aware?
All that talk about terrorists will win if we....".insert liberal socialist platitude"...Better go condemn Israel now for something.
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Funny, someone else on this forum was just bitching about how bigoted liberals are for criticizing Israel in this respect. Seems like folks in the "I'm not racist but ..." camp should settle in advance what your talking points are going to be.
post #2199 of 2656
perfect situation for government spying on you instead of making reasonable immigration policy
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I like how he stuck the western missiles in there. Unintentional civilian casualties, which are inevitable in any war, are not the same as civilians being targeted by terrorist organizations. This idea keeps getting pushed around, that somehow you can wage a war without civilian causalities. It's never been done. Ever. If that's the plan, just admit that we aren't going to do anything at all.

It's bs anyway, where are german nazi, japanese or vietnamese suicide bombings? Seems most of them are followers of the religion of peace and from countries that aren't bombed anyway. We also keep here it was not refugees but Belgians... Belgium wasn't carpet bombed by US.
Edited by wojt - 3/24/16 at 10:19am
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It's bs anyway, where are german nazi, japanese or vietnamese suicide bombings? Seems most of them are followers of the religion of peace and from countries that aren't bombed anyway. We also keep here it was not refugees but Belgians... Belgium wasn't carpet bombed by US.

You really should revisit your history of WW2 .Kamakazi and the fire bombing of Dresden are just two examples the pop into mind

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You really should revisit your history of WW2 .Kamakazi and the fire bombing of Dresden are just two examples the pop into mind

Reread his post - if anything, you're reinforcing his point.
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You really should revisit your history of WW2 .Kamakazi and the fire bombing of Dresden are just two examples the pop into mind

Reread his post - if anything, you're reinforcing his point.


As I read that post the implication sees to be that Germans, Japanese,Vietnamese and Americans are less likely than" followers of the religion of peace" to engage in suicide and targeting of civilians as a means to an end . That may be the case right now but historically ,not so much 

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Don Drapper nailed it! icon_gu_b_slayer[1].gif
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As I read that post the implication sees to be that Germans, Japanese,Vietnamese and Americans are less likely than" followers of the religion of peace" to engage in suicide and targeting of civilians as a means to an end . That may be the case right now but historically ,not so much 

Yeah, after the war ended did they continue attacks vs civilians? Kamikaze attacks were wartime and aimed at US Navy. Neither Japs or Germs bombed US cities after the war ended even while they were occupied, same with North Vietnamese. Latinos don't bomb european countries or stone women to death because colonialism exploited them. So point is; it must have something to do with religion of peace that promises pussy in the afterlife. It's the deciding factor not anything else is remotely as important. But still they keep painting something else as main reason, they= self-hating leftists idiots.
Edited by wojt - 3/24/16 at 3:57pm
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