Search:

Type: Posts; User: Treize; Keyword(s):

Page 1 of 13 1 2 3 4

Search: Search took 0.08 seconds.

  1. Replies
    495
    Views
    11,114

    Re: ISIL War in Iraq and Syria

    https://pbs.twimg.com/media/ByO0XjhIMAA862H.jpg:large
  2. Re: Abdülhamid II - Policies, Armenian issue and Tanzimat??

    This happens to the best of us...



    What I asked was if he actively pulled back legislation (apart from the constitution) at the expense of the rights of non-muslims. This does not seem to be...
  3. Replies
    495
    Views
    11,114

    Re: ISIL War in Iraq and Syria

    Again, American exceptionalism at its finest.
  4. Replies
    495
    Views
    11,114

    Re: ISIL War in Iraq and Syria

    We all know you are just parotting Markito, Rami, Shamiwitness, ArtWendely, Salafithomess and the other terror friends.

    In the end you might be able to convince the majority by making the lies big...
  5. Re: Abdülhamid II - Policies, Armenian issue and Tanzimat??

    Forced conversion?

    I actually do not think these tensions were caused by religion so much. Abby Hamid might have been a Caliph but he was a chillax Sufi, not some crazy Wahhabi like those modern...
  6. Re: Abdülhamid II - Policies, Armenian issue and Tanzimat??

    Ethnic cleansing? Well that happened after Abdülhamid. Worked out quite well, but that's not the topic here.
  7. Re: Some unrelated recent military procurment storiess since I am getting bored of the Ukrane

    Putting all your fast jet production capacity into one single maffia-like corporation. Good show.
  8. Re: Yemen instability continues to spread out as Rebels attack Sanaa

    I do not really know what they want to do, seems like they have concluded some deal.

    All I know is that is makes people in Riyadh (basically real-life Barad-Dûr) angry.
    Those Wahhabi thugs are...
  9. Replies
    495
    Views
    11,114

    Re: ISIL War in Iraq and Syria

    Actually Deir ez Zor is not really besieged, the desert is basically no-mans land but the SAA can get to the city in protected convoys. Not really the issue.

    Also we got reports a while back they...
  10. Re: Yemen instability continues to spread out as Rebels attack Sanaa

    Yes.

    Saudi-Arabia is like the Heart of Darkness.
  11. Replies
    495
    Views
    11,114

    Re: ISIL War in Iraq and Syria

    They will not attempt to recapture it as for now...

    But ISIS has given up on Deir ez Zor.
  12. Re: Yemen instability continues to spread out as Rebels attack Sanaa

    Good. Out with the Saudi puppets.
  13. Re: Abdülhamid II - Policies, Armenian issue and Tanzimat??

    So much typos, will correct when I get home.

    Spanish?
  14. Abdülhamid II - Policies, Armenian issue and Tanzimat??

    Most of us will know this man as "the Red Sultan" who was engaged in killing Armenians and being some despot.

    Well, what is certain is that this man was ruler of an empire in a very severe state...
  15. Thread: Soylent

    by Treize
    Replies
    51
    Views
    795

    Re: Soylent

    Well as for this stuff it does not have anything to flavour it. So it will just taste like powdered grains and such.
    It also leaves grainy/powdery stuff in the back of your throat, that's unpleasant...
  16. Replies
    495
    Views
    11,114

    Re: ISIL War in Iraq and Syria

    There must be war! God wills it!
  17. Replies
    495
    Views
    11,114

    Re: ISIL War in Iraq and Syria

    Because it is a pretext to help jihadi's.
  18. Replies
    495
    Views
    11,114

    Re: ISIL War in Iraq and Syria

    Yeah, you really believe all the propaganda about a small force taking over heavily defended positions?

    ISIS has 100.000+ fighters at this point. They have deployed thousands of fighters in their...
  19. Replies
    495
    Views
    11,114

    Re: ISIL War in Iraq and Syria

    The took over the besieged base of Division 17, which was manned by a battalion sized force. Do your damn research before making stupid comments next time.
  20. Replies
    495
    Views
    11,114

    Re: ISIL War in Iraq and Syria

    The YPG is equiped with Kalashnikovs and the odd RPG. Not only did ISIS pillage Syrian army stores and have many rebels flocked to their banner who have done the same, they also got a gift from Santa...
  21. Replies
    495
    Views
    11,114

    Re: ISIL War in Iraq and Syria

    Most of the YPG fighters have never even been to Turkey. Add to that they never really provoked ISIS or something.
    Thirdly, ISIS is not strong.
  22. Poll: Re: Scottish Independence Referendum is agreed: vote in 2014

    Yeah. I mean even the 16 and 17 year old did not manage to give them a majority.
  23. Replies
    4,774
    Views
    100,017

    Re: Ukraine and Russia Developments. Version 2.

    You are only allowed to usurp power when you want to sell out the the commissars in Brussels, if you want to sell out to the Kremlin this is wrong all of a sudden.
  24. Thread: Soylent

    by Treize
    Replies
    51
    Views
    795

    Re: Soylent

    Want to replace things like:

    http://product-images.imshopping.com/nimblebuy/eetcaf-top-taxicana-468413-regular.jpg...
  25. Poll: Re: Scottish Independence Referendum is agreed: vote in 2014

    Nonsense.
  26. Poll: Re: Scottish Independence Referendum is agreed: vote in 2014

    There seems to be this trend of decentralisation ongoing for quite some time now, and it seems to be reaching England now too.
    Now UKIP also seems to propose it. Before it has been promoted by...
  27. Poll: Re: Scottish Independence Referendum is agreed: vote in 2014

    Well not really. But it can be subdivided. Wales and Scotland do not really need much subdivisions.

    Interesting to see the UK going down an almost "Conservative" path, unlike the continent.
  28. Poll: Re: Scottish Independence Referendum is agreed: vote in 2014

    Decentralisation actually has all kinds of benefits, but don't you think decentralisation has to be "standardised".
    In the UK you now have all kinds of different grades. With England having to...
  29. Thread: Kosovo/Serbia

    by Treize
    Replies
    43
    Views
    1,179

    Re: Kosovo/Serbia

    A genocide is when you seek to destroy a nation as such. This can actually be done without killings but for some reason all those apostles of so-called "human rights" split the legal definition (so...
  30. Poll: Re: Scottish Independence Referendum is agreed: vote in 2014

    Yes. But for the same reasons an independent Irish Republic would nonsense too.
    Ofcourse Ireland serves no purpose other than satsifying petty nationalists but we would not make ourselves very...
  31. Replies
    495
    Views
    11,114

    Re: ISIL War in Iraq and Syria

    No no no, YPG is actually not a very unified organisation I think.
    They have three "cantons" and they act rather autonomously. YPG in Hasakah/Cizre region cooperates (a little) with the government,...
  32. Replies
    495
    Views
    11,114

    Re: ISIL War in Iraq and Syria

    Shouldn't have sided with the terrorists then...
  33. Replies
    495
    Views
    11,114

    Re: ISIL War in Iraq and Syria

    PJAK an Iranian proxy? Interesting...
  34. Replies
    5,981
    Views
    358,652

    Sticky: Re: 'You Laugh, You Lose Thread (No Videos, Read OP)

    https://pbs.twimg.com/media/BxoSN6qIIAAYhUP.jpg:large
  35. Replies
    495
    Views
    11,114

    Re: ISIL War in Iraq and Syria

    Bringing in ammo by train to Tal Abyad, some claim.
  36. Thread: Kosovo/Serbia

    by Treize
    Replies
    43
    Views
    1,179

    Re: Kosovo/Serbia

    But... but... demonising Serbs gets you lots of rep!
  37. Replies
    495
    Views
    11,114

    Re: ISIL War in Iraq and Syria

    Hezbollah was behind the blowing up of the Deir ez Zor bridge. 2 tons of explosives.
  38. Replies
    495
    Views
    11,114

    Re: ISIL War in Iraq and Syria

    http://www.thedailybeast.com/articles/2014/09/15/who-are-these-moderate-syrians-obama-wants-to-pit-against-isis.html
  39. Replies
    495
    Views
    11,114

    Re: ISIL War in Iraq and Syria

    Qunaitra is more important than Nawa. Their supply line has to be cut. This means SAA has to re-enter the DMZ area.

    Ariha and Jish ash-Shigur are not really under much pressure.

    What COULD...
  40. Replies
    495
    Views
    11,114

    Re: ISIL War in Iraq and Syria

    I wonder what they will do next.

    Redeploying units from that theatre to the south takes alot of time but Qunaitra should be preeminent in consideration.
    Also ISIS is encroaching on Salamiyah and...
Results 1 to 40 of 500
Page 1 of 13 1 2 3 4