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  1. Re: Italy: Far-right Activists in Possession of Air-to-air Missile

    Well then why did the police remove the last sentence? The second paragraph actually talks about what sparked the investigation and eventually led to the arrest of our rocket-merchants. Nowhere in...
  2. Re: Italy: Far-right Activists in Possession of Air-to-air Missile

    So, to recapitulate, we gradually moved from "they worked for liberal Poroshenko", through "one of them had fought for Azov batallion", into "they attempted to sell the missile to extremists fighting...
  3. Re: Italy: Far-right Activists in Possession of Air-to-air Missile

    Still waiting for a reply concerning the pro-Kremlin stance of Forza Nuova and the harsh accusation of its leader against the European Union.

    Zero actually. Not a single of Basil's articles,...
  4. Re: Italy: Far-right Activists in Possession of Air-to-air Missile

    Basil's link is intentionally misleading. Because the police said that some Italian Neo-Nazis had joined Ukrainian militias, the "journalist" arbitrarily assumed that the arrested smugglers were...
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    Re: New DLC - 8 Princes

    To be honest, the Eight Princes DLC doesn't match much (great pun, I know) the description of Chapter Packs. According to Creative Assembly, Chapter Packs were supposed to be:

    As far as I know,...
  6. Re: Italy: Far-right Activists in Possession of Air-to-air Missile

    No, they were trying to sell it to a "foreign official". Likeliest candidate is Libya, where both sides in the civil war are in a desperate need for ammunition. I wonder how they would invest the sum...
  7. Italy: Far-right Activists in Possession of Air-to-air Missile

    As the title suggests, the Italian authorities confiscated a large amount of weapons and ammunitions owned by Italian Neo-Nazis. Amidst the Nazi paraphernalia, bullets and machine guns, there was...
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    Re: 2019 Iran - USA War... Almost

    Generally speaking, the Syrian government and the YPG liberated the territories lying west and east of Euphrates respectively. Everyone did his part in eliminating ISIL, with the Iraqi regular army...
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    Re: How important was Thermopylae?

    Indeed, Thermopylae was the most sensible choice, after the option of the Vale of Tempe had been rejected. However, the Spara-led coalition faced a similar problem, which ultimately resulted into a...
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    Re: New DLC - 8 Princes

    Very interesting price. It's much lower than that of Empire Divided, for example, despite the fact that the vast majority of both Campaign DLCs' assets, like the map, the buildings or even the unit...
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    Re: How true is the Bible?

    Not really, that only happened with the Edict of Thessalonica, several years after Constantine's death and the fall of his dynasty. Constantine, himself not a Christian, hardly favoured the Christian...
  12. Sticky: Re: 'You Laugh, You Lose Thread (No Videos, Read OP)

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  13. Re: Portland: Journalist injured during riot between Antifa and Proud Boys.ntifa

    A couple of posts were deleted. Please remember that misleading titles and inflammatory language are strictly forbidden, according to the "Hard-to-Read" and "Disruptive Posting" paragraphs of the...
  14. Re: Was the United States somewhat complicit in creating the conditions for ISIl's genocide of Iraqi Christians and Yazidis

    Don't forget that ISIL also persecuted the Shiites, in both Syria and Iraq. Only the victims of the massacres in Camp Speicher and Badush prison numbered several hundreds. Regarding the role of the...
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    Re: POTF 13 - Nominations

    Rundstedt approved of Mansteins suggestions. But the actual war plan was largely put together on OKW's initiative and by the OKH and its officers as the workers. Largely the decision to carry out an...
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    Re: What if D day had failed

    The ironic part is that Paul Reynaud was considered as a more determined leader, at least in comparison to his predecesssor, Édouard Daladier. His mistress, Hélène de Portes, who was essentially the...
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    Sticky: Re: GPOTW 128 - Submissions

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    Poll: Re: 2019 Greek Legislative Elections

    If the university asylum is indeed exploited by criminals, then I agree with Kyriakos. Although I understand the value of honouring the popular fight against the military junta, you should not...
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    Poll: Re: 2019 Greek Legislative Elections

    In other news, Jerusalem has voiced its concerns over two notorious Antisemites, Voridis and Geordiadis, gaining ministerial positions (Ministry of Agriculture and of Development and Investment...
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    Re: How true is the Bible?

    Nice catch on Constantine/Theodosius, Cyclops, I don't know how I managed to miss it. If Constantine had established Christianity as the empire's official religion, he would first need to punish...
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    Poll: Re: Romance vs. Records

    Yeah, banter is optional, regardless of what mode you choose. Thank god it is, as I absolutely hate it. The acting is very poor and the cheesy dialogue takes itself way too seriously to actually be...
  22. Re: France: Reimbursing for Homeopathy to be Abolished

    Homeopathy can have detrimental repercussions, depending on the ingredients of the prescription, the patient's health and the dosage of the "medecine". You are correct that in the majority of cases,...
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    Re: How true is the Bible?

    Conon already explained why the correspondence is obviously fake, as they do not match Seneca's skills, include several inaccuracies and why forged letters like these were a common teaching method in...
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    Sticky: Re: The Chat Thread (Read OP)

    It's pretty easy to storm the forbidden area. You can take a car, a Rancher preferably, and ram the gates. Before the FIB recovers from the surprise, you can grab the Rhino tank stationed there and...
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    Re: Name That Historical Event

    Correct, your turn! It was a very deadly attack, but the royal couple survived unharmed.
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    Re: Name That Historical Event

    Great! Next one is another event from the early 20th century:

    https://i.imgur.com/JF2bICo.jpg
  27. France: Reimbursing for Homeopathy to be Abolished

    The French government has determined to gradually decrease into extinction the public funds dedicated to homeopathy. Essentially, by 2021 (according to the most optimist predictions), homeopathic...
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    Re: The crisis in conservatism

    Did you watch the BBC video? It talks about the completely different issue of people not being convinced about the legion of economists' arguments regarding the benefits of the EU membership. Nothing...
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    Re: How true is the Bible?

    It's not my scenario, fkizz, but a unanimously accepted opinion firstly formed since the first time the fictitious correspondence was mentioned, in late 4th century. Jerome himself did not take the...
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    Re: The crisis in conservatism

    The first two links are just opinion pieces. Pretty much the only argument of O'Toole is the history of Irish nationalism, but, apart from failing to illustrate how the Irish independence movement...
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    Re: Name That Historical Event

    At first, I mistook it for an episode of Russian interventionism in Mongolia, but then I noticed the Potala Palace in the background. The image depicts the diplomatic negotiations between the British...
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    Poll: Re: 2019 Greek Legislative Elections

    Very interesting points, alhoon, I especially appreciated the "commonplace" argument. Once the leadership was threatened with jailing, their "outdoor activities", such as groceries handouts, violent...
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    Poll: Re: 2019 Greek Legislative Elections

    So, as it was predicted by the polls, Kyriakos "Jesus Letters" Velopoulos succeeding in entering the Parliament, while the Union of Centrists didn't even come close. Meanwhile, New Democracy won...
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    Re: The crisis in conservatism

    Interesting article. In my opinion, the author is a bit nostalgic and tends to embellish the past situation, as even moderate and enlightened conservatism was always marked, at a small extent, by the...
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    Re: Name that historical figure!

    Dr. Francia is the correct answer! A very talented statesman and one of the few original leaders of the young South-American democracies that managed to survive in his supreme position. Francia...
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    Re: Name that historical figure!

    Lovely chap. Next one is another adorable gentleman from a place not particularly far away from Colombia. His career is the dream of every academic wishing to meddle in politics:
    ...
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    Sticky: Re: Discussion and Debate Community Thread

    Looks like propaganda, to be honest. The scientific field of history belongs to the humanities, which are traditionally controlled by effeminate liberals, so I remain skeptical.

    Anyway, had the...
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    Re: Name that historical figure!

    Not sure if true, but, according to the Business Insider, he's John Jairo Velásquez, nicknamed Popeye and a professional assassin of Escobar's drug cartel.
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    Re: UESW 465 - Submissions

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  40. Re: John Cleese: London doesn't feel like an English city anymore. Legitimate to prefer some cultures over others

    Twenty seven deleted posts indicate that the subject of the debate has been exhaused. Please always refraim from flaming, personal attacks and excessive use of capital letters. If you are interested...
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