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BREAKING: Syrian Kurds under bombardment from Turkish jets urgently request air support from U.S. and “No fly zone” to protect civilians.

 
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how many time did koshers open the gates for the invaders in places they were allowed to stay?
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Practically none.

Other than the fact that Abraham had two women simultaneously, which gave rise to Isaac/Israel/Jevvs and Arabs/Ishmael/Islam, they are both independent religions.

Muslims will breed like rats, and expand with or without Jevvs.

Anyway Kurds were not doing the West a favor, they wanted US support for a country of their own. And America true to form did not help, since there was no business or oil to be acquired.

Trump is even more unreliable than the usual American, having thrown many people under the bus, including his two previous wives.

Thus the Kurds learned that the hard way!

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Nor should we help. These people can all fight and die in the sand for all I care. We’re out. This was all on the Bush-Clinton-Obama era of stupidity.
Trump isn’t unreliable. He’s been saying that we shouldn’t be in the ME for a looong time. Long before he ran for President and he reiterated it many times during his campaign. It’s why many of us voted for him.
This mess is purposely driven to bankrupt our country.
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Trump will change his colors soon enough. The U.S. will go all in after the war is broiling. Why? FF. Then, you'll have to make a choice, was it real or was it Trump 5d chess to get the U.S. into a war? Not worth arguing now. When it happens, then you'll see it.
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Did you watch the statement he made today? He said, WE ARE BANKRUPT.
We are not getting into wars in the ME anymore.
We just cannot afford it.
These nut jobs can have it.
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So much caring in the media....so many shills....Trump must have made the move.

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HERE, EDUCATE YOUR WORTHLESS SELVES WITH FIRST HAND TESTIMONIES AND FOOTAGE
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only one video i need to see from a channel i need to only read the name of once




Jewish Coalition for Kurdistan
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Writing was on the Wall for the Kurds from the moment they started globally floating the idea of land grabs,and potentially joining up with Israel.

This fed Erdogan paranoia.
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Kurds have killed a lot of Christians in the past.


Saladin was a fanatical Jihadi Kurd, who fought the Crusaders and expanded Islam in the Middle-East..


They hated Christians and Europeans in the past.


Its not our duty to help them get a country and prevent opression by their Muslim Turkish "brothers".

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 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 78067706


there is so much information and disinformation on

who the kurds are and were, many claim they are Christians

and Jevvs, many claim they are muslims.


Both Saddam Hussein and Turkey Killed them like they were

not even human...

Honestly I don't know what to believe
 Quoting: Jake

As a whole, the Kurdish people are adherents to a large number of different religions and creeds, perhaps constituting the most religiously diverse people of West Asia. Traditionally, Kurds have been known to take great liberties with their practices. This sentiment is reflected in the saying "Compared to the unbeliever, the Kurd is a Muslim".

[link to en.wikipedia.org (secure)]

but as majority they are Sunnis, as are the Arabs, Turks, Egiptians, Iranians

muslims divide between themselves as do we Christians, Catholics - Orthodox, Sunni - Shia, an eternal "warfare" lol

damn religions bc there is only one god
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it says in the 800's they were conquered and most converted to Islam.
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Even Arabs were pagans initially, and were converted (many forcibly) by Mohhammed (who received the "message") and his band of followers.


And most Jevvs and Christians living in those regions were also converted or killed.


The motto of Islam is breed like rats, and convert everything in your path...like a self-propagating plague.


Kurds are a part of that plague, and now want to leave, which is not so easy.

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Saddam wanted that region and the Kurds gone because

it was thought to be loaded with crude oil.

My guess is Turkey wants it for the same reason.
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Good. Let them have it. If that’s the case though you can be sure the Zionist State will get involved.
We have no business there anymore. We’re going bankrupt over there thanks to the Bush-Clinton-Obama cabal.
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Trump said in his presser we spent another 2.7 trillion

in Syria since he has been Potus and not another country

is taking on that burden. That would pay for healthcare

for everybody in America who doesn't have it.
 Quoting: Jake
If the US spent that much in Syria, our military must really, really suck
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Look up the cost of an F-22 or an F-35
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they all are a problem, but only to each to other. Let the region burn down. My entire life, all I've heard is how each religious group has to kill the other. Israel included. Let them burn down together in their hate-fest of insanity.
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But what about the kids? Whose lives are being ruined by it? You're ok to sit in comfort while kids suffer needlessly? I agree about the adults, they should know better. But the Kids? not their fault. We should act for the kids.
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whether you believe in Jehovah, Allah, Christ or whoever, the 'Gods' have permitted billions of children to suffer and die for millennia. It's a tough truth. No man or army can change the way of the world. It's fkn ruthless!

The U.S. has no right to step in and control nations for any reason. We are not the world police. If Gods are in charge, let them clean up the mess.
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Gods are not in charge. We are. The writers of the US Constitution changed the way of the world. In fact, they fully expected the Constitutional principles they proclaimed to go world wide in short order. They would too, if the general population of these backward, superstitious, primitive, tribal, areas were provided an education, and a choice. Only the educated, and enlightened can provide that for them. It is our duty to end violent superstition, and primitive tribal warfare. By force if necessary. Just like the founders of the US did. Of the people, for the people, by the people. As it should be. Womens rights, freedom to criticize anything you feel is worthy of it, religious freedom, all of it, they are natural rights of every living human primate we should stand willing to fight for. For anyone who wishes to build that sort of society in their corner of the world. We should be doing that. Not funding a theocracy that crucifies teenagers, and has a slave market in the town square. That is the opposite of the mentality we should be perpetuating.
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Some very good points, but the underlined portion is something that you and I will not ever reconcile. It is fundamental. We disagree. In the most absolute of terms, our differences are meaningless. This world will burn down in war as has happened multiple times in history. It is inevitable. It's the way of the world. If you do not see this, then we can't agree on anything at all. It is self evident. Men have an insatiable desire for control. Religious and otherwise. This only means that there is a cycle that repeats. Peace to war to peace to war. It never ends. Now that three major countries all want control with powers of destruction beyond comprehension, ashes will be the result and humanity will emerge again....in peace. For a while.

Albert Einstein — 'I know not with what weapons World War III will be fought, but World War IV will be fought with sticks and stones.'
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stupid plan

use the middle easts oil until its gone before ruining anyplace else not like they can drink it or bathe in it and iran isnt the problem
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they all are a problem, but only to each to other. Let the region burn down. My entire life, all I've heard is how each religious group has to kill the other. Israel included. Let them burn down together in their hate-fest of insanity.
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But what about the kids? Whose lives are being ruined by it? You're ok to sit in comfort while kids suffer needlessly? I agree about the adults, they should know better. But the Kids? not their fault. We should act for the kids.
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Seriously? You want American children to lose their parents fighting in a war in order to protect kids across the globe?

Maybe I misunderstand you.
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Real warriors don't have families. That's true, yet another topic. I'm glad the Continental Army wasn't afraid to fight. We'd probably all speak french and bow to a king. Yes, I think fighting for other peoples children to grow up safe and educated, when they certainly otherwise would not is noble, and worth the risk of loosing good lives. Especially when you consider the enemy and their capabilities. They wouldn't even have weapons if we didn't keep buying them for them. Look at the kill ratio of our most recent engagements over there.
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there is so much information and disinformation on

who the kurds are and were, many claim they are Christians

and Jevvs, many claim they are muslims.


Both Saddam Hussein and Turkey Killed them like they were

not even human...

Honestly I don't know what to believe
 Quoting: Jake

As a whole, the Kurdish people are adherents to a large number of different religions and creeds, perhaps constituting the most religiously diverse people of West Asia. Traditionally, Kurds have been known to take great liberties with their practices. This sentiment is reflected in the saying "Compared to the unbeliever, the Kurd is a Muslim".

[link to en.wikipedia.org (secure)]

but as majority they are Sunnis, as are the Arabs, Turks, Egiptians, Iranians

muslims divide between themselves as do we Christians, Catholics - Orthodox, Sunni - Shia, an eternal "warfare" lol

damn religions bc there is only one god
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 78039850


it says in the 800's they were conquered and most converted to Islam.
 Quoting: Jake




Even Arabs were pagans initially, and were converted (many forcibly) by Mohhammed (who received the "message") and his band of followers.


And most Jevvs and Christians living in those regions were also converted or killed.


The motto of Islam is breed like rats, and convert everything in your path...like a self-propagating plague.


Kurds are a part of that plague, and now want to leave, which is not so easy.

.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 78067706


Took my awhile to find actual demographics on

the kurds, Number of Yazidis estimated to be living in

Iraq: 400,000 the rest are muslims..


I don't know if they are the main fighters in this or not????

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Good. Let them have it. If that’s the case though you can be sure the Zionist State will get involved.
We have no business there anymore. We’re going bankrupt over there thanks to the Bush-Clinton-Obama cabal.
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Trump said in his presser we spent another 2.7 trillion

in Syria since he has been Potus and not another country

is taking on that burden. That would pay for healthcare

for everybody in America who doesn't have it.
 Quoting: Jake
If the US spent that much in Syria, our military must really, really suck
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 18337346



Look up the cost of an F-22 or an F-35
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If these numbers are accurate, I can only guess that the US has been robbed blind
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It started when they let Homosexuals in the Military

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Saddam wanted that region and the Kurds gone because

it was thought to be loaded with crude oil.

My guess is Turkey wants it for the same reason.
 Quoting: Jake


Good. Let them have it. If that’s the case though you can be sure the Zionist State will get involved.
We have no business there anymore. We’re going bankrupt over there thanks to the Bush-Clinton-Obama cabal.
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Trump said in his presser we spent another 2.7 trillion

in Syria since he has been Potus and not another country

is taking on that burden. That would pay for healthcare

for everybody in America who doesn't have it.
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If the US spent that much in Syria, our military must really, really suck
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Trump said in his presser we spent another 2.7 trillion

in Syria since he has been Potus and not another country

is taking on that burden. That would pay for healthcare

for everybody in America who doesn't have it.
 Quoting: Jake
If the US spent that much in Syria, our military must really, really suck
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 18337346



Look up the cost of an F-22 or an F-35
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If these numbers are accurate, I can only guess that the US has been robbed blind
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Of course we are getting robbed blind and not

a penny of it is being spent to protect America

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Others have said it before.

But i will reiterate anyway,you can tell when Trump has made the right move,just by MSM outrage.

The louder they scream,the more right Trump move was.
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Good. Let them have it. If that’s the case though you can be sure the Zionist State will get involved.
We have no business there anymore. We’re going bankrupt over there thanks to the Bush-Clinton-Obama cabal.
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Trump said in his presser we spent another 2.7 trillion

in Syria since he has been Potus and not another country

is taking on that burden. That would pay for healthcare

for everybody in America who doesn't have it.
 Quoting: Jake
If the US spent that much in Syria, our military must really, really suck
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Look up the cost of an F-22 or an F-35
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How many were shot down then?
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Eehhh yeter be sikikler

Ahah biri de amerikanin savunma bakani zannetmis kendini
Nice try glp losers
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Others have said it before.

But i will reiterate anyway,you can tell when Trump has made the right move,just by MSM outrage.

The louder they scream,the more right Trump move was.
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waitwhat
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Trump said in his presser we spent another 2.7 trillion

in Syria since he has been Potus and not another country

is taking on that burden. That would pay for healthcare

for everybody in America who doesn't have it.
 Quoting: Jake
If the US spent that much in Syria, our military must really, really suck
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Look up the cost of an F-22 or an F-35
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How many were shot down then?
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Doesn't matter how many were shot down they only

last so long and they cost 350 million a piece

and sixty thousand per hour to fly and that doesn't

include bombs.

And not a penny of it spent to protect America.
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But what about the kids? Whose lives are being ruined by it? You're ok to sit in comfort while kids suffer needlessly? I agree about the adults, they should know better. But the Kids? not their fault. We should act for the kids.
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whether you believe in Jehovah, Allah, Christ or whoever, the 'Gods' have permitted billions of children to suffer and die for millennia. It's a tough truth. No man or army can change the way of the world. It's fkn ruthless!

The U.S. has no right to step in and control nations for any reason. We are not the world police. If Gods are in charge, let them clean up the mess.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 76869839


Gods are not in charge. We are. The writers of the US Constitution changed the way of the world. In fact, they fully expected the Constitutional principles they proclaimed to go world wide in short order. They would too, if the general population of these backward, superstitious, primitive, tribal, areas were provided an education, and a choice. Only the educated, and enlightened can provide that for them. It is our duty to end violent superstition, and primitive tribal warfare. By force if necessary. Just like the founders of the US did. Of the people, for the people, by the people. As it should be. Womens rights, freedom to criticize anything you feel is worthy of it, religious freedom, all of it, they are natural rights of every living human primate we should stand willing to fight for. For anyone who wishes to build that sort of society in their corner of the world. We should be doing that. Not funding a theocracy that crucifies teenagers, and has a slave market in the town square. That is the opposite of the mentality we should be perpetuating.
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Some very good points, but the underlined portion is something that you and I will not ever reconcile. It is fundamental. We disagree. In the most absolute of terms, our differences are meaningless. This world will burn down in war as has happened multiple times in history. It is inevitable. It's the way of the world. If you do not see this, then we can't agree on anything at all. It is self evident. Men have an insatiable desire for control. Religious and otherwise. This only means that there is a cycle that repeats. Peace to war to peace to war. It never ends. Now that three major countries all want control with powers of destruction beyond comprehension, ashes will be the result and humanity will emerge again....in peace. For a while.

Albert Einstein — 'I know not with what weapons World War III will be fought, but World War IV will be fought with sticks and stones.'
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I disagree, as you've already noticed. We will make it. It will be a different world on the other side, and it'll probably be some friction on the way, but I'm optimistic. I'm not sure another nuclear weapon being used will be tolerated. For the sake of our environment. Human primates are not important, but this ecological marvel is a very highly valued prize. The largest barrier is currency. That is what will be the most difficult to transition away from. We can do it though. We have the means and capability to feed, house, clothe, and educate every person on this planet. It is only our monetary system of governance and have/have not pyramid that stands in the way. Superstition and "faith" is a serious barrier as well, but that is easily solved with education. Primarily history.
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there is so much information and disinformation on

who the kurds are and were, many claim they are Christians

and Jevvs, many claim they are muslims.


Both Saddam Hussein and Turkey Killed them like they were

not even human...

Honestly I don't know what to believe
 Quoting: Jake

As a whole, the Kurdish people are adherents to a large number of different religions and creeds, perhaps constituting the most religiously diverse people of West Asia. Traditionally, Kurds have been known to take great liberties with their practices. This sentiment is reflected in the saying "Compared to the unbeliever, the Kurd is a Muslim".

[link to en.wikipedia.org (secure)]

but as majority they are Sunnis, as are the Arabs, Turks, Egiptians, Iranians

muslims divide between themselves as do we Christians, Catholics - Orthodox, Sunni - Shia, an eternal "warfare" lol

damn religions bc there is only one god
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it says in the 800's they were conquered and most converted to Islam.
 Quoting: Jake




Even Arabs were pagans initially, and were converted (many forcibly) by Mohhammed (who received the "message") and his band of followers.


And most Jevvs and Christians living in those regions were also converted or killed.


The motto of Islam is breed like rats, and convert everything in your path...like a self-propagating plague.


Kurds are a part of that plague, and now want to leave, which is not so easy.

.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 78067706


...


there is so much information and disinformation on

who the kurds are and were, many claim they are Christians

and Jevvs, many claim they are muslims.


Both Saddam Hussein and Turkey Killed them like they were

not even human...

Honestly I don't know what to believe
 Quoting: Jake

As a whole, the Kurdish people are adherents to a large number of different religions and creeds, perhaps constituting the most religiously diverse people of West Asia. Traditionally, Kurds have been known to take great liberties with their practices. This sentiment is reflected in the saying "Compared to the unbeliever, the Kurd is a Muslim".

[link to en.wikipedia.org (secure)]

but as majority they are Sunnis, as are the Arabs, Turks, Egiptians, Iranians

muslims divide between themselves as do we Christians, Catholics - Orthodox, Sunni - Shia, an eternal "warfare" lol

damn religions bc there is only one god
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 78039850


it says in the 800's they were conquered and most converted to Islam.
 Quoting: Jake




Even Arabs were pagans initially, and were converted (many forcibly) by Mohhammed (who received the "message") and his band of followers.


And most Jevvs and Christians living in those regions were also converted or killed.


The motto of Islam is breed like rats, and convert everything in your path...like a self-propagating plague.


Kurds are a part of that plague, and now want to leave, which is not so easy.

.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 78067706


2.7 trillion. Just since Trump became President.
Imagine what could have been done with that at home. Healthcare. Security. Education. Etc, etc.
Hell, I would of been happy to give the good people of SA a trillion to fix the mess down there. Alas....
Nope. It’s got to go to the endless wars in the ME.
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Eehhh yeter be sikikler

Ahah biri de amerikanin savunma bakani zannetmis kendini
Nice try glp losers
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No one cares of any importance about your soon to be defunct language. You losers had nothing until NATO built you up
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we need to protect these people (kurds).. fuck turkey.


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we need to protect these people (kurds).. fuck turkey.



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How do we do it and not go bankrupt..???


We are literally the most bankrupt nation on earth.
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Remember that Trump said niet to the Turkish invasion, maybe a US humanitarian operation to save the Kurds is next?
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we need to protect these people (kurds).. fuck turkey.



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I agree. Christopher Hitchens was right about them. He spent time living with them over there. They are our brothers and sisters in arms against theocratic totalitarian ignorance. They are the current candidates for another Constitutional Republic with iterated natural rights for all citizens, and we should support them fully. They are the best hope for positive movement forward for Persia.
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we need to protect these people (kurds).. fuck turkey.



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How do we do it and not go bankrupt..???


We are literally the most bankrupt nation on earth.
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not just the U.S. all western nations should protect them
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we need to protect these people (kurds).. fuck turkey.



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NO, YOU NEED TO GO PROTECT THOSE PEOPLE.
Go on, boy. Git.

You can’t even protect yourselves in Britainistan.

lmao
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we need to protect these people (kurds).. fuck turkey.



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How do we do it and not go bankrupt..???


We are literally the most bankrupt nation on earth.
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not just the U.S. all western nations should protect them
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The leaders in England backed Trump pulling back our troops

I'm not sure what the play is here?
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Re: BREAKING: Syrian Kurds under bombardment from Turkish jets urgently request air support from U.S. and “No fly zone” to protect civilians.
we need to protect these people (kurds).. fuck turkey.



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How do we do it and not go bankrupt..???


We are literally the most bankrupt nation on earth.
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Keep in mind that we live in a warfare economy. War is good for the US. It generates GDP. If we don't go to war somewhere every couple years at least, the US economy will collapse. Check the numbers. Lockheed, Boeing, etc.

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All the ones with US flags pay US taxes. Ever wonder why working for a "military contractor" is so popular now a days?
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Re: BREAKING: Syrian Kurds under bombardment from Turkish jets urgently request air support from U.S. and “No fly zone” to protect civilians.
we need to protect these people (kurds).. fuck turkey.



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NO, YOU NEED TO GO PROTECT THOSE PEOPLE.
Go on, boy. Git.

You can’t even protect yourselves in Britainistan.

lmao
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wanna bet on that.

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we need to protect these people (kurds).. fuck turkey.



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How do we do it and not go bankrupt..???


We are literally the most bankrupt nation on earth.
 Quoting: Jake


Keep in mind that we live in a warfare economy. War is good for the US. It generates GDP. If we don't go to war somewhere every couple years at least, the US economy will collapse. Check the numbers. Lockheed, Boeing, etc.

[link to en.wikipedia.org (secure)]

All the ones with US flags pay US taxes. Ever wonder why working for a "military contractor" is so popular now a days?
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Yeah but its bankrupting us, Soon just the interest on our

debt will cost more then our entire military budget.

So its not really good for the economy. It is also diverting funds that could be used for infrastructure

which would create just as many jobs.
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Re: BREAKING: Syrian Kurds under bombardment from Turkish jets urgently request air support from U.S. and “No fly zone” to protect civilians.
this is one of the word betrayals ever unbelievable evil from trump every kurd who dies is trumps chris stevens Benghazi





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