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    Re: In death all are equal, just ask this atheist.

    You pretty much destroy your own claim here. Cops can be held responsible for protecting citizens. They can't ignore a legitimate call to action and they can't stop for donuts on their way to it....
  2. Re: Everything Attila has that Rome II doesn't

    This is an awful list. The least you could do is to separate those that are in Attila from the ones you wish to see.
  3. Re: Enemy general hanging back all alone in your battles too?

    Somehow your "30-50 meters" became "miles away" in about 9 hours between your two posts.
  4. Re: Enemy general hanging back all alone in your battles too?

    Does this happen all the time? No. The general often gets into fight in the front. He just doesn't run into it right away.
  5. Re: Battle animations in Attila (fix the mosh pits please!)

    As two others already pointed at, this already exists in Rome II. It's quite often that multiple soldiers attack the same enemy soldier.
  6. Re: Is Benjamin Netanyahu right about Iran starting nuclear war, if they ever developed nukes?

    We already know that they were not developing a nuclear warhead. They've been claimed to be doing just that and one year away from accomplishing it for decades now.

    That said, the idea that once...
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    Re: Byzantines under Ottoman rule?

    I was referring to government officials of Greek origin as being Muslims.
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    Re: Byzantines under Ottoman rule?

    They retained their position as merchants in the empire. So, a lot of them were very wealthy. They're seem to be called Phanariotes.

    There were also many government officials of Greek origins....
  9. Re: Curbed freedom of expression in Turkey - how much truth in this article?

    It is though. If you think Erdoğan bases his ideals on Quran you'll gonna have a lot of false points on him as well.
  10. Thread: The Hundred

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    Re: The Hundred

    The drone is probably there to lead the way.
  11. Re: Curbed freedom of expression in Turkey - how much truth in this article?

    In practice, it's always been a police state one way or the other. The bill is simply a result of AKP realizing that they don't have the full control of judicial system and they want to use the...
  12. Re: Amnesty international to UN security council: Surrender your veto!

    It's funny that UN's legitimacy is dependent on non-democratic principles. Why keep up the charade then? In a way, it's an expanded continuous G8 summit. It would be better to separate the Security...
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    Re: I cannot attack any faction?

    Mass Immigration is like Forced March. You can't attack during that stance. You have to select default stance to be able to initiate a battle.
  14. Re: Amnesty international to UN security council: Surrender your veto!

    Why have the veto power at all in the first place? It simply creates a few who are more equal than others. It's hard to call it united nations when it was designed to be a meeting room for the two...
  15. Re: Netanyahu's lies about Iran exposed by the Mossad!!!

    It's not accurate for the reasons I've already pointed at, which you've ignored. You can't get close to the point of producing a weapon without performing the activities necessary to produce weapons....
  16. Re: UPDATE: Torches Where we're going we don't need torches!

    Using fire was plausible. Changing it to hacking to cater to some people's endless bashing of this is a bad way at going at it though I welcome the details.
  17. Re: Netanyahu's lies about Iran exposed by the Mossad!!!

    The whole speech is designed give the sense of an incoming crisis. However, one simple statement highlights it all:


    Mossad's assessment is that Iran "is not performing activity necessary to...
  18. Re: Turkey destroys its own exclave tomb in Syria, to not have it taken by IS

    None of that changes the misrepresentation of the case about those three girls. By your logic though, UK let those three girls go through the customs knowingly. They have British stamps on their...
  19. Re: Netanyahu's lies about Iran exposed by the Mossad!!!

    So, Netanyahu's claims that Iran was about a year from developing a nuclear warhead and that they're actively performing activities to develop such a warhead was still true? A lie is a lie. You...
  20. Re: Turkey destroys its own exclave tomb in Syria, to not have it taken by IS

    What should have been done was a wide buffer zone along the entire Turkish-Syrian border from the start with clear and open training and arming of the rebels. Instead the entire world, including...
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    Re: Greece's Snap elections \ SYRIZA victory

    Did the Greek debt problem peaked already and declining? Or is it possible to further get inflated? Perhaps its my distrust in the situation that they will come up with constructive measures that...
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    Re: Greece's Snap elections \ SYRIZA victory

    Not kicking it out could very well be equally fatal. If Merkel wants European project to succeed she needs to realize that the expansion strategy in the last decade and a half is hurting it.
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    Re: Greece's Snap elections \ SYRIZA victory

    The public evading taxes is one thing, the government lying about its numbers to get in the eurozone and making backdeals to get money without changing the national debt numbers is an other. Neither...
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    Re: Greece's Snap elections \ SYRIZA victory

    The real problem that started this whole crisis in Greece was that Greece as a country was a sort of tax evader in EU.
  25. Re: 'The Hospital of Galen' 2nd century AD Roman bath site yields to Turkish dam construction

    Then you should definitely check the Roman Baths of Ankara.
    http://www.48hourvisit.com/wp-content/uploads/2010/04/The-Roman-Baths.jpg
  26. Re: 'The Hospital of Galen' 2nd century AD Roman bath site yields to Turkish dam construction

    A simple Google search of "Roman baths in Turkey" yields quite many results all around Turkey. I don't where the "best preserved" trait comes from.
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    Re: Terror attack in Denmark

    Sigh... Why is your defense of an accusation of misrepresentation is the reiteration of the same arguments? Nobody argued that there is an imaginary threat. Then you pull it again and talk about...
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    Re: Terror attack in Denmark

    For example, you're against the idea that the threat overall is an imaginary one which is never what I claimed to be. You exaggerated what I argued about to the extreme to be against it. On the other...
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    Re: How Europe could be Islamised

    Not really. Just pointing out the odd bushes in the flower bed that's described as a forest.




    Because I can.
  30. Re: Is Attila the least historical game since Medieval II (or even Rome I vanilla?)

    Twice I specifically talked in the magnitude of a thousand. Twice you argued against it as if I talked in the magnitude of a hundred. I'm really not talking in riddles for you not to understand it. ...
  31. Re: Is Attila the least historical game since Medieval II (or even Rome I vanilla?)

    Your average shieldwall is really not a unit of Royal Spartans.

    Here's a simple math problem for you. What's 0.001% of 1000?

    A lot of what we know from that era are based on legends. It's not...
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    Re: How Europe could be Islamised

    Which is an other example of selective picking of numbers. You say PEW gives higher percentage for UK than the article. However, for the entire western Europe, the article provides the range of 4 to...
  33. Re: Is Attila the least historical game since Medieval II (or even Rome I vanilla?)

    I'm not gonna dive into a discussion on studies, what they tell and what they mean. Let's take that number for granted. That figure tells that one woman in every thousand women is either as strong as...
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    Re: Terror attack in Denmark

    Omar has proven that he was a threat and that there are a few dozen that sympathize with him or feel sorry for his death. You don't have hundreds of Muslims in Denmark planning an attack tomorrow.
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    Re: How Europe could be Islamised

    Academic style writing is supposed to be exhaustive and provide a balanced point of view. He mentions one contradictory fact just to look like he's trying to be balanced but ignores the fact that...
  36. Re: 'The Hospital of Galen' 2nd century AD Roman bath site yields to Turkish dam construction

    Apparently Schliemann came to Troy to find treasure, and treasure he did find which he smuggled out of Ottoman Empire. He's not the only foreigner to excavate the site though. After him, Wilhelm...
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    Re: Terror attack in Denmark

    Well, I'm asking now to see if you change your take on it. Arguing day and night that Islam is to blame and that it should be dealt with doesn't sit well with arguing that the only person that's...
  38. Re: Is Attila the least historical game since Medieval II (or even Rome I vanilla?)

    A woman and a man doesn't come in pre-determined sizes and strengths. There are many women who would be better at a shield wall than some men. You wouldn't have average men and women in a shield...
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    Re: Terror attack in Denmark

    He was blacklisted, yet, he still managed to go through with the attack... Why can't others be so lucky? If you didn't have hundreds of attacks in Denmark because you have a good intelligence service...
  40. Re: Is Attila the least historical game since Medieval II (or even Rome I vanilla?)

    Sigh... The idiocy of these assumptions are quite sad... Superiority complex hidden as practicality... You don't have best of male population on one side and worst of female population on an other. A...
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