ISIS: "A message written in blood to the leaders of the American Kurdish alliance"

  • jaroslav123

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    Aug 29, 2014 10:12 AM GMT
    http://www.liveleak.com/view?i=024_1409245708

    New video from ISIS. Propaganda and another execution. When will this stop?
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    Aug 29, 2014 11:44 AM GMT
    When someone makes them stop.
    Don't look at the USA. We're tired and broke. And before you start blaming us for stirring things up over there remember who drew the lines on the map and created those countries after WW1.
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    Aug 29, 2014 11:52 AM GMT
    jaroslav123 saidhttp://www.liveleak.com/view?i=024_1409245708

    New video from ISIS. Propaganda and another execution. When will this stop?

    Maybe when the EU gets some balls? But don't look to France, that never cooperates to do anything, in a permanent state of contrariness. Whatever their allies want, they oppose, just to demonstrate how important they still are in world affairs, when they really are just an impotent shell. Nor to Germany, that always looks selfishly at the economic bottom line. Deutschland über alles, and to Hell with everyone else.
  • jaroslav123

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    Aug 29, 2014 12:30 PM GMT
    Art_Deco said
    jaroslav123 saidhttp://www.liveleak.com/view?i=024_1409245708

    New video from ISIS. Propaganda and another execution. When will this stop?

    Maybe when the EU gets some balls? But don't look to France, that never cooperates to do anything, in a permanent state of contrariness. Whatever their allies want, they oppose, just to demonstrate how important they still are in world affairs, when they really are just an impotent shell. Nor to Germany, that always looks selfishly at the economic bottom line. Deutschland über alles, and to Hell with everyone else.


    The UN need some balls also.
  • Lincsbear

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    Aug 31, 2014 5:03 PM GMT
    It`s kind of worrying that whatever action is taken, especially from western countries, the result is ever more radicalization and anti-western sentiment in the Middle East. I doubt anything will even begin to change for the better until something is done to help the Palestinians from their miserable state. The lack of UN/international action is one of the roots of all these militant movements there.

    The UN is only as good as its member states, particularly the Security Council. But since these countries largely see it as an instrument of their own national self interest, agreement is unlikely and the result is division and political weakness.

    How many times has the US vetoed UN action on Israel, for example?

    The UN will go on being a talking shop until the nation states put aside their differences and show political leadership. But I doubt that any time soon.
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    Aug 31, 2014 5:10 PM GMT
    Lincsbear saidIt`s kind of worrying that whatever action is taken, especially from western countries, the result is ever more radicalization and anti-western sentiment in the Middle East. I doubt anything will even begin to change for the better until something is done to help the Palestinians from their miserable state. The lack of UN/international action is one of the roots of all these militant movements there.

    The UN is only as good as its member states, particularly the Security Council. But since these countries largely see it as an instrument of their own national self interest, agreement is unlikely and the result is division and political weakness.

    How many times has the US vetoed UN action on Israel,
    for example?

    The UN will go on being a talking shop until the nation states put aside their differences and show political leadership. But I doubt that any time soon.


    And you believe that the US should side with the anti-Semites and let Israel be annihilated?