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  1. Re: Azerbaijan-Armenia war over Nagorno Karabakh

    Nice mental gymnastics. We've exposed them enough at this point. Cling to him all you want. It's a shame how basic principles and standards are trampled when blaming Turkey is involved.
  2. Re: Azerbaijan-Armenia war over Nagorno Karabakh

    You did though since your source did not paint him as an ex-commander. You didn't before I pointed out as well. Not sure what trick you're trying to talk about to deflect though.




    My source...
  3. Re: Azerbaijan-Armenia war over Nagorno Karabakh

    Did VoA article really said he "was" a commander with SNA? No. It refers to him as "a commander with the Turkish-backed Syrian National Army." Why you'd alter your own source like that is beyond. So,...
  4. Re: Azerbaijan-Armenia war over Nagorno Karabakh

    Of course, its irrelevant when it suits your narrative. What's also actually relevant is how we shifted from "SNA commander" to "former FSA commander" where the narrative shifted just a little bit to...
  5. Re: Azerbaijan-Armenia war over Nagorno Karabakh

    Which is dependent on an article from Rudaw. I shouldn't need to mention the biases in there... Ziad Hajj Obeid is labeled as a military analyst residing in Turkey on June 2020.
  6. Re: Azerbaijan-Armenia war over Nagorno Karabakh

    That article seems to be dependent on the Guardian article which in turn is solely dependent on testimonies of two random Syrians. It's no coincidence that the picture your link presents is not from...
  7. Re: Azerbaijan-Armenia war over Nagorno Karabakh

    So far there have been little close contact between the two sides. Both sides are striking each other from a difference. Any kind of mercenary, unless they're of artillery class, is useless so far.
    ...
  8. Re: Azerbaijan-Armenia war over Nagorno Karabakh

    Oh, but you are lying. No doubt about that. Your admittance of using fake photo was hardly an admittance. It's a shame you resort to such tactics. All the article you posted refer to an obscure...
  9. Re: Coronavirus outbreak - From China to the World.

    The FACT is that you messed this up. You compared numbers on different countries with different healthcare systems on different viruses. You even mixed up your numbers. What you're essentially doing,...
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    Re: Islamophobia in the West

    Back then the Islamic world is much more pluralistic. Check this take on Ottomans on Wahhabism:


    As you know the British made this movement into a world player to battle Ottomans. Then in turn,...
  11. Re: Azerbaijan-Armenia war over Nagorno Karabakh

    Every side has something to gain. Russia gets to sell more weapons as each side is destroying their Russian made weapons. Azerbaijan gets to take back its own territory occupied by Armenia. Armenia...
  12. Re: Azerbaijan-Armenia war over Nagorno Karabakh

    Why?
  13. Re: Azerbaijan-Armenia war over Nagorno Karabakh

    It's not surprising that your reference is Treaty of Sevres. Says a lot about your position.
  14. Re: Coronavirus outbreak - From China to the World.

    You're all over the place, aren't you? To cover up your math mistake you're going back to comparing numbers from Switzerland and USA. Even then, you're still comparing different age groups. You...
  15. Re: Coronavirus outbreak - From China to the World.

    You're saying that 0.007% is larger than 0.037%? Seriously?
  16. Re: Azerbaijan-Armenia war over Nagorno Karabakh

    Azeris claim Armenians attacked first around 6:00 while Armenians claim Azeris attacked first around 8:00. Is there evidence for either being true? I have seen none. Let's not forget though that...
  17. Re: Coronavirus outbreak - From China to the World.

    Let the records show that Stario is labeling a difference of a factor of about 10 as "slightly higher" IFR number. He also attempted to create doubt over the accuracy of the data from CDC for...
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    Re: Death of George Floyd and Subsequent Riots.

    I see that you're unable to address what I actually say. Thanks for making it this obvious.
  19. Re: Coronavirus outbreak - From China to the World.

    Stario is comparing COVID19 IFR numbers from Switzerland, a country with great healthcare and comparably healthier population, with that of influenza IFR from USA. Why are we not looking at data from...
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    Re: Islamophobia in the West

    It kinda does. Clinging to the Hadith is a tool Muslim extremists and Islamophobia use to justify their abhorrent positions. Sahih Bukhari is not a Hadith. He was a Hadith compiler. He also had many...
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    Re: Death of George Floyd and Subsequent Riots.

    If its my opinion you can easily show it otherwise by providing time marks from that video where it shows it. Otherwise, what was it? Gainsaying isn't an argument? This time that's an actually...
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    Re: Death of George Floyd and Subsequent Riots.

    You really need to try harder with that for it to make sense. What's really interesting that you must be assuming that it makes sense...




    Accusing someone of "gainsaying" then preceding to...
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    Re: Death of George Floyd and Subsequent Riots.

    First of all, check here:


    Second, nothing in the evidence the defense provides contradicts any of the statements I made there.
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    Re: Death of George Floyd and Subsequent Riots.

    Rittenhouse didn't go down to Kenosha to put down fires.
    Rittenhouse didn't put down any fire.
    Fires can not be put down with rifles.
    People Rittenhouse shot were no Antifa members.
    People...
  25. Re: The successes of President Donald Trump and their under-reporting by the media (please, no flaming)

    They first built the plane virtually. Completely. Fly it in the server. Test it out. Then produce it. This allowed them to do many iterations in a very short time for a much lower cost. That's why...
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    Re: Islamophobia in the West

    Quran doesn't prescribe any worldly punishment for apostasy. Hadith, the human creation, that differs in use from region to region, can not dictate what Islam is.

    Female Circumcision (FGM/C)...
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    Re: Islamophobia in the West

    Yup, this is certainly ignorance and bigotry. You're failing to address most of what I said while trying to shoot random negative points about Muslims. You're trying to muddy the waters to keep your...
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    Re: Kyle Rittenhouse-Kenosha shooter

    It's certainly not.
  29. Re: The successes of President Donald Trump and their under-reporting by the media (please, no flaming)

    3. The design team had plans to use a new kind of process (as pointed out in numerous articles covering the new plane) that takes much less time than the conventional methods take and the process was...
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    Re: Kyle Rittenhouse-Kenosha shooter

    Sigh... This is using too many words to say so little. You're merely trying to excuse Rittenhouse while assuming the worst of any person he encountered. I don't really have much interest in...
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    Re: Islamophobia in the West

    I see that you deflected from what I was pointing out and tried to double down on your ignorant and bigoted viewpoint. It is indeed extremely bigoted and ignorant to present the kind of facts you try...
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    Re: Islamophobia in the West

    Imagine this world:

    Globalizing Homophobia



    That was not that long ago and it actually covers the period you were pointing at European portrayal. At the time, I believe, Muslims were seen...
  33. Re: The latest anti-liberal rant thread (get your daily dose here)

    What were those demands? The ones you mentioned in post #995? Then no. Thats not the DoJ settling. That's them moving on.
  34. Re: The latest anti-liberal rant thread (get your daily dose here)

    Where did they attempt to settle it?
  35. Re: The latest anti-liberal rant thread (get your daily dose here)

    They're not settling. They're moving forward; a bizarre concept in litigation.
  36. Re: The latest anti-liberal rant thread (get your daily dose here)

    We're talking about the DoJ. Your arguments have no sense in relation to that.
  37. Re: The latest anti-liberal rant thread (get your daily dose here)

    Does that include compensating for those that have already been discriminated?
  38. Re: The latest anti-liberal rant thread (get your daily dose here)

    None of that addresses anything I said...
  39. Re: The latest anti-liberal rant thread (get your daily dose here)

    Yuo'd have a point if DoJ is also demanding that Yale compensate those individuals that should have been accepted but were not due to discrimination. The least they could do would be to pay back the...
  40. Re: The latest anti-liberal rant thread (get your daily dose here)

    Based on what DoJ points at, yes, I believe they have no concrete evidence. The fact that they're asking Yale to comply with the law in the future cases is a testament to that. If they had evidence...
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