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Old 29 August 2015, 09:17
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You guys come in waves, don't you?
So does the other side at an equally high amount.

I'd prefer to see points debated instead of the person who puts it forward singled out. That doesn't advance the debate.

This is a discussion board. Plenty of stuff is posted that people don't agree with. Variety of opinion or perspective is what keeps it alive. We aren't going to turn into FB where the exact is discussion controlled. As long as members operate within our structure we're good.

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Old 29 August 2015, 12:40
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I am curious. Do you think they wanted to acquire them to destroy them or to use their sale to finance their operations?

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My guess is destruction, but who knows.
Actually I think they are selling them.

To me, (and I'm nobody) I would look at how they raise funds - gas, sale of antiquities, modern slavery.. They might be racing to dooms day where a giant arab army and the army of the great satan clash - but they still have to pay for all the weapons and tea they can drink along the way.

I see ISIS as a business in many ways. I doubt they would give up the revenue that could be had.

See recent grave robbing in Egypt. VICE covered it recently in one of their HBO episodes. Its become a HUGE industry with all kinds of people cashing in.

Hell while everyone was focused on the revolution a bunch of enterprising people raided the museums and probably made tons of money.

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Old 1 September 2015, 15:07
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Old 1 September 2015, 21:06
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Glad he's dead, but a little suspicious of the narrative.
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Glad he's dead, but a little suspicious of the narrative.
+1. Could they not get this turd years ago before his actions on the American gal became a reality? Perhaps a little pro-action, not reaction? Of course for all we know he was an enigma and couldn't be found. But glad he is a DNA stain and not fucking other prisoners. I'd rather know he was taken by some really evil mofos who fed his anus with a copious supply of pig dicks just before waterboarding him with pig blood, then feeding him to--------you guessed it; hungry pigs. All on vid of course.
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Glad he's dead, but a little suspicious of the narrative.
What is suspicious to you?
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Another idea, is to empty Leavenworth, San Quentin, Rikers, and The whole damn Texas prison system, fly them to the Mideast, drop in several thousand pallets of supplies, and tell them they all get pardons of anything if they fight.
All those duded from Warlocks, Mongols, Crips, OGC, Aryans, etc
will just shank the sh** out of them and then deliver some poetic justice top this story by giving ISIS some good prison love
Damned if that's not the damned stupidest idea I've ever heard. Why enable white-trash? The fewer of those culls left alive the better. I'd have no moral problem with lining all of them up by a burial trench and machinegunning all of them.
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Damned if that's not the damned stupidest idea I've ever heard. Why enable white-trash? The fewer of those culls left alive the better. I'd have no moral problem with lining all of them up by a burial trench and machinegunning all of them.
What part of "He's Muslim" wasn't clear to you?
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We need to deal with these savages. RIP Kayla, you took a stand and endured and you have peace now.
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