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  • Originally posted by Stuja View Post
    To give you am idea how f'cked up the human race can be . Translated posts by pro - Assad crowd , from a woman no less : To Syrians living in Ghouta: "fuck your your children, the sons of whores...By the will of Allah, you will see them burn in front of their eyes, may you see your daughters get raped right in front of you " -https://mobile.twitter.com/THE_47th/status/966552108609794049/photo/1
    you rest my case

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    • Originally posted by Akril View Post
      Honestly, never understand Brits.
      Tell me about it.
      Take a look at these Putin's agents, do you recognize the song?

      https://youtu.be/a0ayDb5BY8o?t=38

      To be serious, never mix up the government and a bunch of butthurters with all the people of the UK.


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      • Originally posted by MaxDs View Post

        Tell me about it.
        Take a look at these Putin's agents, do you recognize the song?

        https://youtu.be/a0ayDb5BY8o?t=38

        To be serious, never mix up the government and a bunch of butthurters with all the people of the UK.

        To be fair, your both in the same "we used to be an Empire club"

        They usually handle it a bit more with dignity.

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        • Originally posted by Kilgor View Post

          To be fair, your both in the same "we used to be an Empire club"

          They usually handle it a bit more with dignity.
          There's no need to group Russia in with the has-beens like Great Britain, whose only ride in town these days is on the coattails of the US.
          Russia is a sovereign country, and one that can and will - defend its own core interests; unlike the rest of Europe.

          But of course what you just said - has been the Western line since 1991.
          Russia is no longer an empire, no longer anything, its a collapsing dying state, and its fair game to trample over it and all its interests. What they project and talk about - is what they want the reality to be.
          Thankfully that same policy has brought about Russia's revival on the world scene and an end to the hangover that dominated the country in the 90s.

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          • Originally posted by blackcatnursery View Post
            Don't you wonder what the yanks have been spending all those $ on over the past 20 years
            My guess is: half of that $ went into providing overpriced maintenance for overpriced luxury military hardware like the F22's. And the other half went into pockets of luxury-loving people.

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            • Originally posted by slasher View Post

              Perhaps related indirectly.
              Since that incident I have noticed nationalist sentiment and voices coming out of Russia screaming treason and bloody revenge. These primitive, hot-headed idiots are intent on pushing for war and rampage and are relishing and exaggerating this for all its worth only to serve their war-mongering agenda. They do not have the nation's best interests at heart but the fantasy of some glorious empire reborn, straight out of the "Game of Thrones' narrative. They need to be monitored and kept in check as much as any of the other radical groups out there, lest Russia descends into the madness as engulfing next-door Ukraine.

              A look from the West to the fight against nationalism in Russia
              No-one's pushing for war. Just some can recognize that it's coming whether we like it or not. And some don't.

              St. Petersburg within NATO conventional artillery range, the US and allies training and arming neo-Nazis in the Ukraine, and now a whole bunch of Russian PMCs operating in Syria killed by the US; which just grabbed some oil/gas fields in the country with no justification.
              And our government prefers to cover it up! Pretend it didn't happen. Because the consequences of acknowledging it are too terrible to contemplate, perhaps? Or maybe they sent those men to their deaths and didn't inform the US on purpose or due to negligence, or for some stupid gamble. Either possibility is right to evoke anger, and not just among hot-heads.

              Where is the red line going to be drawn exactly? Is there one? Or is our political class's only response to just laugh everything away and make light of a critical geopolitical situation; like on those evening political talk shows we have where satire seems to be the only response.. while Putin, Lavrov and so on keep referring to our "Western partners"? What Western partners? Do you think any of these Western partners see Russia that way? Do you think they see Russia as an ally - as our president embarassingly declared France to be following the Bataclan attack?
              They're busy running the biggest demonization campaign against Russia since Adolf Hitler was around. They're beating the drums of war.

              So now some people are saying that if Putin and our political establishment don't have the mettle to persecute this increasingly deadly contest then we need someone who will. As they used to say in 1941.. Moscow at our backs. There is no more territory to give. No more leeway.

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              • Originally posted by DasVivo View Post
                All your other crap about B-21s and other proposed programs are the rants of someone whom is either desperately trolling or just plain desperate to downplay anything......
                its in the USAF budget statement which has just come out - if you hazzard to actually look at a copy

                B1 & B2 to be 'retired' - B52 refitted(now that's interesting) - there is talk of long range fighter as well - couple of links below - (B2 likes a cozy hanger and a lot of pampering)

                B21/Northrop Grumman got the contract to build them in 2015 - so if it is crap its a hell of a budget to cover something else....
                https://edition.cnn.com/2015/10/27/politics/long-range-strike-bomber-northrop-grumman/

                Also muted in certain circles a stealth tanker/a large drone carrier to swamp air defence / a very quiet C130/ and a more advanced version of aurora (SR91+++) - but until one either crashes somewhere (stealth helo as an example) or we get some decent pictures you won't ever know (but some of these make a lot of sense)

                I will just get back to looking for a decent picture of a SU in Syria as no one seems to have an i-phone with a camera on it in Syria

                http://www.news.com.au/technology/in...84c2e2494c70d9
                ​| The new B-21 must replace—and not be additive to—much of the existing bomber fleet. |

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                • Originally posted by Kilgor View Post

                  To be fair, your both in the same "we used to be an Empire club"

                  They usually handle it a bit more with dignity.
                  but we brought enlightenment and a railway (tea for everyone) - other bunch brought communism and collectives (turnips for tea/vodka)

                  we have a commonwealth - they have a commonpoor

                  its a big difference (sarcasm off)

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                  • Originally posted by flamming_python View Post

                    There's no need to group Russia in with the has-beens like Great Britain, whose only ride in town these days is on the coattails of the US.
                    Russia is a sovereign country, and one that can and will - defend its own core interests; unlike the rest of Europe.

                    But of course what you just said - has been the Western line since 1991.
                    Russia is no longer an empire, no longer anything, its a collapsing dying state, and its fair game to trample over it and all its interests. What they project and talk about - is what they want the reality to be.
                    Thankfully that same policy has brought about Russia's revival on the world scene and an end to the hangover that dominated the country in the 90s.
                    and I am really pleased for you - I do correspond with some very enlightened Russians and I have actually ventured to Moscow and beyond (and loved it) - have some photos of the tank museums somewhere - you have a great collection of vehicles - although I was a bit nervous flying internally and driving was to say the least interesting

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                    • Reports of civilian casualties in Syrian rebel enclave are ‘mass psychosis’, envoy claims

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                      • Jebus on a broomstick, Mosul and Raqqa were raised to the ground by airstrikes, no one gave a hitch. Why is Ghouta any different? Same kind of beardy vermin, different name same shit. Sorry for the civvies in the crossfire, they can thank their jihadi captors for their cowardice hiding in the population thus necessitating such a campaign to eradicate them. Takbiiirrrr

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                        • interesting story

                          https://www.dailysabah.com/business/...-remain-secret

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                          • Originally posted by Fred333 View Post
                            Jebus on a broomstick, Mosul and Raqqa were raised to the ground by airstrikes, no one gave a hitch. Why is Ghouta any different? Same kind of beardy vermin, different name same shit. Sorry for the civvies in the crossfire, they can thank their jihadi captors for their cowardice hiding in the population thus necessitating such a campaign to eradicate them. Takbiiirrrr
                            A simple google proves your wrong. The US came under heavy ciritism, even from Russia.

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                            • Originally posted by flamming_python View Post

                              No-one's pushing for war. Just some can recognize that it's coming whether we like it or not. And some don't.

                              St. Petersburg within NATO conventional artillery range, the US and allies training and arming neo-Nazis in the Ukraine, and now a whole bunch of Russian PMCs operating in Syria killed by the US; which just grabbed some oil/gas fields in the country with no justification.
                              And our government prefers to cover it up! Pretend it didn't happen. Because the consequences of acknowledging it are too terrible to contemplate, perhaps? Or maybe they sent those men to their deaths and didn't inform the US on purpose or due to negligence, or for some stupid gamble. Either possibility is right to evoke anger, and not just among hot-heads.

                              Where is the red line going to be drawn exactly? Is there one? Or is our political class's only response to just laugh everything away and make light of a critical geopolitical situation; like on those evening political talk shows we have where satire seems to be the only response.. while Putin, Lavrov and so on keep referring to our "Western partners"? What Western partners? Do you think any of these Western partners see Russia that way? Do you think they see Russia as an ally - as our president embarassingly declared France to be following the Bataclan attack?
                              They're busy running the biggest demonization campaign against Russia since Adolf Hitler was around. They're beating the drums of war.

                              So now some people are saying that if Putin and our political establishment don't have the mettle to persecute this increasingly deadly contest then we need someone who will. As they used to say in 1941.. Moscow at our backs. There is no more territory to give. No more leeway.

                              So much drama and paranoia. Can't tell if seriuos or you just been trolled by a black cat.
                              You dear leaders - which I might not like all of the time - are definetely not so criminally stupid to start a war for a damn oil rig in the desert. As if Russia needs more oil or gas anyway.

                              And the USA won't get into serious confrontation with Russia for the very same reasons. The rest of the west doesn't even care about what's happening in the ME, for it's a half a century that's more of the same.

                              And no, nobody will take Putin's place, unless he wants to. That much is clear to everyone.

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                              • NSFW video

                                Video showcasing #FSA executing a civillian in which they stole his tractor in the CS of #Afrin #AfrinOperasyonu

                                https://twitter.com/SyriaGeneral/sta...46232642244608

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