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  • #31
    While the idea is great, I don't really get why Afghanistan has been taken off the list. Afghan "refugees" in the EU excel in sexual offences statistics. They are also prone to hiding their real age and nationality.
    The Somalis should not be allowed to immigrate anywhere, as they are the world's worst parasites (70-80% of them live on welfare in different EU countries). They are not any benefit to economies at all.
    Finally, if the law is supposed to target the countries whose citizens committed numerous terrorist attacks in the U.S.A., why the fcuk isn't Saudi Arabia on the list?
    Ah, I've forgotten, the ol' Drumpf loves money too much
    Pecunia non olet.

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    • #32
      How can we be suprised that Iran meddles with weapons and influence? Iran wants to be a regional power, and has the capacity to be one partly thanks to the toppling by the USA and the UK of the Iraq regime. Of course Iran supports proxies in surrounding countries, of course Iran supports armed groups in the area it wishes to influence. What power has not done something similar? The US, the Soviet Union and now Russia, China, the UK, France.. Everybody plays their cards in what they see as their backyard, or the land they wish to acquire...heck, even Israel was involved in Irangate as the purpose suited their plans. When dealing with Iran, we are not dealing with amateurs or losers such as Saudi Arabia. They know how to play, it´s a totally different culture and it´s an adult game in the way that dealing with the Soviet Union and China was also a game for grown ups.

      Given that the relationship between the USA and Iran are inexistent, not much can be achieved.

      Saudi Arabia is clueless as a military power. Yet they are much more dangerous: Saudis killed thousands of Americans, and that´s not even mentioning the victims they indirectly create by harboring the most vicious and primitive forms of Islam which are used to radicalize Muslims on all continents.


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      • #33
        Originally posted by Telmar View Post
        How can we be suprised that Iran meddles with weapons and influence? Iran wants to be a regional power, and has the capacity to be one partly thanks to the toppling by the USA and the UK of the Iraq regime. Of course Iran supports proxies in surrounding countries, of course Iran supports armed groups in the area it wishes to influence. What power has not done something similar? The US, the Soviet Union and now Russia, China, the UK, France.. Everybody plays their cards in what they see as their backyard, or the land they wish to acquire...heck, even Israel was involved in Irangate as the purpose suited their plans. When dealing with Iran, we are not dealing with amateurs or losers such as Saudi Arabia. They know how to play, it´s a totally different culture and it´s an adult game in the way that dealing with the Soviet Union and China was also a game for grown ups.

        Given that the relationship between the USA and Iran are inexistent, not much can be achieved.

        Saudi Arabia is clueless as a military power. Yet they are much more dangerous: Saudis killed thousands of Americans, and that´s not even mentioning the victims they indirectly create by harboring the most vicious and primitive forms of Islam which are used to radicalize Muslims on all continents.


        Oh its quite simple when US does it its supporting democracy and freedom. When someone else does it its terrorism.

        ps. Its just me or lots of US posters recently start to supprisingly sound like they were stealing some stronk juce from Russian crew.
        Last edited by Asheren; 07-12-2017, 06:18 AM.

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        • #34
          For the uninformed, this is WHY President Trump placed a ban on certain "immigrants"/refugees" from certain countries, in particular, Somalia!

          https://michaelsavage.com/2018/02/07...s-remain-free/

          George Washington University’s Program on Extremism released a study Monday focused on Americans who traveled to Iraq or Syria to join the Islamic State (ISIS).

          The study, titled “American Jihadists in Syria and Iraq,” provides details on 64 of the 300 or so jihadists the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) identified as those who attempted to or did travel abroad to join the radical Islamic group. The 64 on whom the study focused made it to the Middle East, and 12 of those returned to the United States.

          Of those twelve, nine were arrested, one returned to Syria and died in a suicide attack, and two, while known by authorities, remain free. One, according to the study, has planned an attack inside the U.S.

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