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    Re: Where's outrage over occupied Cyprus?

    Please wait for your turn and don't misleadingly talk as if a response to someone else (paleologos) was to you and that it failed to address your requests.

    Any who, again, from Michael Stephen:
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    Re: Where's outrage over occupied Cyprus?

    Sure, it's a defense system in name but its a very capable one. Consider the reaction we'd get if Turkey placed such a system on Eastern Thrace or on top of a mountain in Bodrum instead of putting it...
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    Re: Where's outrage over occupied Cyprus?

    The highest point of Pentadaktylos is at 1024 meters, nor the mountains cover the northern section exhaustively. Akamas for example gives a direct view of majority of Turkey's southern coast. Is the...
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    Re: Where's outrage over occupied Cyprus?

    Where's the outrage over occupied Cyprus? Next to the outrage over the coup and the ethnic cleansing attempt of Turkish Cypriots from the island.

    The Northern state is a result of years of failed...
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    Re: Augustus DLC expansion with family tree & more

    They probably have a large campaign expansion in store, just not something like the one in the opening post.



    -89991, -89992, -89993...
  6. Re: Israel/Palestine thread with mention to the catalysy- 3 Israeli missing teens and the mobilization for conflict

    Actions speak louder than words. Town by town, Israel have been erasing parts of West Bank from Palestine despite Palestinians in West Bank being quite good on being demilitarized and negotiating.
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    Re: ISIS total cover-up for women per decree

    Well, there have been a bunch of things that have been argued but their arguments don't revolve around that. They cited a study saying that non-verbal communication amounts to over 60% of the meaning...
  8. Re: [Rome II Agenda] Potential Expansions, DLC, FLC, Patches - The Path to Real Greatness (From a Fan's Viewpoint)

    So, all you need to call it a population system is to multiply the numbers with 1000?
  9. Re: Israel/Palestine thread with mention to the catalysy- 3 Israeli missing teens and the mobilization for conflict

    It takes quite a few level of mind gymnastics to deny that Israel is a threat to Palestine's existence.
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    Re: ISIS total cover-up for women per decree

    You can hop over to many other issues all you want to deflect from backing up the initial position. You have utterly failed to define what effective communication is and attained at what percentage...
  11. Re: [Rome II Agenda] Potential Expansions, DLC, FLC, Patches - The Path to Real Greatness (From a Fan's Viewpoint)

    It's not going anywhere since you're refusing to acknowledge a simple fact and make such nonsensical posts. One liners are here because there isn't much to respond in your post.
  12. Re: [Rome II Agenda] Potential Expansions, DLC, FLC, Patches - The Path to Real Greatness (From a Fan's Viewpoint)

    So, what was the point of that question? It's one thing to say that Rome II's population system is not as comprehensive as Rome I, and an other to say that it doesn't exist all together. Parts of it...
  13. Re: [Rome II Agenda] Potential Expansions, DLC, FLC, Patches - The Path to Real Greatness (From a Fan's Viewpoint)

    You can not have a population system without knowing or counting the exact number of people in a city?
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    Re: ISIS total cover-up for women per decree

    "I could provide tangible evidence but I won't" is not a proper argument when you make a claim. It's quite telling that you're not trying to answer what I asked about but trying to provide completely...
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    Re: ISIS total cover-up for women per decree

    You did argue that nobody claimed that I couldn't find people. I addressed that. Showing you two such cases. You ignored them and still setting up a straw man to get out of your massive failure. It's...
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    Re: ISIS total cover-up for women per decree

    You claimed that nobody argued that there wasn't any women who wanted to wear the veil by personal choice. You made an issue out of posting personal accounts of women freely choosing, in some cases...
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    Re: ISIS total cover-up for women per decree

    So, no cultural isolation or indoctrination. Shows that there can be other reasons for it.
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    Re: ISIS total cover-up for women per decree

    How do those channels and bridges translate to a ban? If they want to break away from what's imposed on them then you give them ways to do it individually. A country wide ban is not such a measure.
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    Re: ISIS total cover-up for women per decree

    We do have posts here for a reason. They exist so that they're read.

    From Shockblast:


    From Mangalore:


    So, what's your issue with it? We can't provide substance in a thread where things...
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    Re: ISIS total cover-up for women per decree

    Such a post of yours is ironic as you were talking about the ban before I arrived. It's additionally ironic when you accuse others of ignoring your points when you yourself ignore their counter...
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    Re: ISIS total cover-up for women per decree

    Can you find one point in that post that's not a straw man argument?
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    Re: ISIS total cover-up for women per decree

    There are many examples of such women speaking out.

    I wear the niqab, let me speak on my own behalf




    ‘My niqab, and why I wear it’: Women in the UAE state their case as global debate rages
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    Re: ISIS total cover-up for women per decree

    There are some that are forced, some that are not. There are quite many of them speaking up about it. One I even read about a single mother wearing it. You have to realize that our own perspective is...
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    Re: ISIS total cover-up for women per decree

    That's one way to deflect from an indefensible position. Reality however shows that you are indeed commenting on taking steps against such a garment. You yourself commented before I joined the thread...
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    Re: ISIS total cover-up for women per decree

    Effectiveness of communication is a subjective subject. I haven't seen a study that actually defines that. Even the one you cited lately says something different. Added to that you're actually...
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    You wanted people to discuss your points in the opening post and you even ask for people to list mistakes in your post. It's rather strange of you to call pointing out those obvious mistakes as being...
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    Re: ISIS total cover-up for women per decree

    Both are about controlling women, not hating them.

    You could lose friends or get harassed in school or even lose your job.

    A burqa doesn't cut you from effective communication as well....
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    Re: ISIS total cover-up for women per decree

    Indeed it is. First of all, some people doesn't make up all people. So far, however, I haven't come across a decent argumentation on why we should ban a piece of clothing. Banning and opposing are...
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    Re: ISIS total cover-up for women per decree

    I don't know. I haven't read trance's posts enough to know how he approaches the issue or how he maintains his arguments.




    It's my understanding that a government's purpose does not include...
  30. Re: [Rome II Agenda] Potential Expansions, DLC, FLC, Patches - The Path to Real Greatness (From a Fan's Viewpoint)

    It's clear that you're looking for a fight and not for a discussion since you're unable to acknowledge where you've been outright wrong. and you're further trying to advance your failed arguments...
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    Re: ISIS total cover-up for women per decree

    Nope. The garment and the practice of wearing one is necessarily not. However, that doesn't change the fact that the opposition to it stems from that irrational hatred of a religion where people...
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    Re: ISIS total cover-up for women per decree

    The necessity of a visible face to curb ant-social behavior was ridiculous when it was it was discussed in the French burqa ban thread and it's still ridiculous in this pissing contest thread. It's...
  33. Re: Israel/Palestine thread with mention to the catalysy- 3 Israeli missing teens and the mobilization for conflict

    Just because I reveal the contradictions and hypocrisies in your arguments doesn't mean I have trouble seeing your points.




    Taqiyya gives you permission to deny your faith to save your life....
  34. Re: [Rome II Agenda] Potential Expansions, DLC, FLC, Patches - The Path to Real Greatness (From a Fan's Viewpoint)

    Could I argue that because I refused to play Rome I's tutorial I don't know how to open the detailed view, hence, the claim that the information it contains is missing from the game? Of course not. ...
  35. Re: [Rome II Agenda] Potential Expansions, DLC, FLC, Patches - The Path to Real Greatness (From a Fan's Viewpoint)

    This is such a basic part of the game that I'm baffled by people's disbelief. Any person who played this game knows that all of this are in the game. I'll bite nonetheless.

    Let's take a look at...
  36. Re: [Rome II Agenda] Potential Expansions, DLC, FLC, Patches - The Path to Real Greatness (From a Fan's Viewpoint)

    I wouldn't call a post that can't get the basics right as a constructive post.
  37. Re: Israel/Palestine thread with mention to the catalysy- 3 Israeli missing teens and the mobilization for conflict

    We respond to posts for a reason, so that people read them properly. Not make a cluster :wub: you are doing right now. I questioned your claim that it was not a reasonable assumption to make. Do I...
  38. Re: [Rome II Agenda] Potential Expansions, DLC, FLC, Patches - The Path to Real Greatness (From a Fan's Viewpoint)

    There is only one screenshot showing a population number. What's the point of having a screenshot that purely shows effects on Income, Population Growth and Public Order? These all exist in Rome II. ...
  39. Re: Israel/Palestine thread with mention to the catalysy- 3 Israeli missing teens and the mobilization for conflict

    Quote me on making a claim. Don't confuse your own posts as mine. It's ironic of you to talk about my bias though...
  40. Re: [Rome II Agenda] Potential Expansions, DLC, FLC, Patches - The Path to Real Greatness (From a Fan's Viewpoint)

    He specifically shows screenshots from Rome I and Shogun II where Public Order, Income and Population Growth information are presented. I'm starting to think that he's simply using random...
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