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>> No. 81175 Anonymous
18th December 2016
Sunday 12:28 am
81175 REd Pill
“We live in a world where there is more and more information, and less and less meaning.”
― Jean Baudrillard

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5k6hSS6xBTw

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jVavSHSAN48

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=g1VNQGsiP8M

https://www.theguardian.com/commentisfree/2016/oct/05/the-guardian-view-on-the-nobel-peace-prize-give-it-to-syrias-white-helmets
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>> No. 81176 Anonymous
18th December 2016
Sunday 1:14 am
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>>81175
Care to explain yourself so we don't have to risk getting our YouTube recommendations filled up with nonsense?
>> No. 81177 Anonymous
18th December 2016
Sunday 1:15 am
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>>81176
Something about Syria, and how the west should not intervene and how we fund terrorists, etc, etc, etc.


It gets boring after a while.
>> No. 81179 Anonymous
18th December 2016
Sunday 2:26 am
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>>81176

No thanks. I have no control over Youtube's algorithms and at the end of the day it's up to you what you watch on any media channel.

>risk getting our

Explain risk
Explain our
>> No. 81180 Anonymous
18th December 2016
Sunday 2:27 am
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>>81179
You have to go back, mate.
>> No. 81181 Anonymous
18th December 2016
Sunday 2:38 am
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>>81180

Backwhere m7
>> No. 81182 Anonymous
18th December 2016
Sunday 2:55 am
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>>81181

To nineteen-hundred-and-ten so you can never use the internet again, and, if we're lucky, die in the Great War.
>> No. 81184 Anonymous
18th December 2016
Sunday 3:06 am
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>>81182

Yes, can't wait to join the regressive backward gang. Can I bring my Guardian paper m1.
>> No. 81185 Anonymous
18th December 2016
Sunday 3:14 am
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>>81177

12 year old Palestinian boy beheaded by Syrian 'rebels'(backed by the US and UK) reported by BBC. Redacted propaganda also in the Guardian.

http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-middle-east-36843990

>It gets boring after a while.
>> No. 81186 Anonymous
18th December 2016
Sunday 3:24 am
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>>81179
>Explain our
Of or pertaining to the two people here that aren't you.
>> No. 81187 Anonymous
18th December 2016
Sunday 3:27 am
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>>81185

>The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights said the boy was seized by rebels in Handarat, but that the killing took place in Aleppo's Mashhad district. The UK-based monitoring group could not confirm if the boy was a Palestinian or a child soldier.

SOHR is a bloke from Coventry called Abdel Rahman that has never been to Syria. The MSM believes his made up shit and passes it off as legit.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Syrian_Observatory_for_Human_Rights
>> No. 81188 Anonymous
18th December 2016
Sunday 3:31 am
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>>81186

Well if I'm me, and you're you, who's the otherlad?
>> No. 81189 Anonymous
18th December 2016
Sunday 3:32 am
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>msm
The mods should just ban anyone pushing this ridiculous fake news.
Better again if the government would just add it all to the blocklist.
>> No. 81190 Anonymous
18th December 2016
Sunday 3:35 am
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>>81187
>SOHR is a bloke from Coventry called Abdel Rahman that has never been to Syria
... said the same guy who swears blind there are only two sides in the civil war.
>> No. 81192 Anonymous
18th December 2016
Sunday 4:21 am
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>>81189

Fake news
>> No. 81193 Anonymous
18th December 2016
Sunday 4:24 am
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>>81192
How dare they rescue the same person three times. They should have just left her to die the second time they found her.
>> No. 81194 Anonymous
18th December 2016
Sunday 4:26 am
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>>81192
Typical conspiracy rubbish.
>> No. 81195 Anonymous
18th December 2016
Sunday 4:39 am
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>>81194

And your evidence?
>> No. 81196 Anonymous
18th December 2016
Sunday 4:41 am
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>>81194

Humanitarian aid workers

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YmjMZbaMsF8
>> No. 81197 Anonymous
18th December 2016
Sunday 4:47 am
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>>81194

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4oQTWn1JfeA
>> No. 81198 Anonymous
18th December 2016
Sunday 4:54 am
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>>81195
It's not for him to disprove your nonsense. It's on you to prove it isn't.
>> No. 81200 Anonymous
18th December 2016
Sunday 5:16 am
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>>81198

I would like otherlad to bring forth proof of such nonsense that of which I have purported to have brought forward. Insomuch I would like to see why it is nonsense and an explanation as such.

M'lud.
>> No. 81201 Anonymous
18th December 2016
Sunday 5:33 am
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>>81185
It is still boring.
>> No. 81202 Anonymous
18th December 2016
Sunday 7:15 am
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>>81196
>>81197
This is Obviously Syrian propaganda, besides, are the actions of one or two men enough to judge the entire organisation?
The answer is simple: neither of us are qualified to make a judgement since neither of us are journalists.
>> No. 81203 Anonymous
18th December 2016
Sunday 9:21 am
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Over the past year I've virtually given up on any analysis of international affairs.

I'm not proud of this, it's just that not only is it time consuming and difficult to find any nuance in the reporting, but after a while all stories seem to conform to the same basic pattern of: wealthy and heavily militarised nation(s) intervenes in country X out of pure self-interest. This is invariably a catastrophe for the people who live there. Whatever atrocities were already being carried out there escalate. Then it's up to you, the reader, to sort through the incredible mass of propaganda and disinformation attempting to justify and rationalise whatever means those nations used to protect their interests in the region.

What's worse is there are no limits on the means used to garner support for whatever military action is taking place. Making sense of the imagery alone is enough to make you lose part of your humanity. And that's not even touching upon the froth this generates, both from mainstream and social media. I recall seeing a tweet from some minor celebrity recently, simply asking, "Is there anything we can do for Aleppo? Anyone?" as though the situation can be solved with a quick whiparound, or holding a fucking raffle.

And then there's this tit like the OP on the opposite end of the spectrum. I broadly agree with the position of 'hands off Syria', but they've decided to add their best wake up sheeple music ripped from 24 and discuss the minutiae of something that should be very easily understood: powerful nations are going to rationalise backing their horse regardless of how the lines blur, or how many atrocities are committed, by whatever faction, because we know that if a conflict is long and brutal enough people of any affiliation will do increasingly debased things.

The point I'm blundering toward here is that there is no 'red pill', that this pattern becomes increasingly visible the more you study this topic. Characterising this as a sudden shift in perspective, particularly one brought about by moody YouTube videos, makes learning about international affairs sound conspiratorial.
>> No. 81294 Anonymous
24th December 2016
Saturday 12:58 am
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>>81202

Provide evidence to the contrary, rather than your words.

Explain how a 'humanitarian' organisation such as the white helmets have only been observed within the sa1afist sunni areas of Aleppo.

Explain why the majority of Aleppo citizens have never seen, or heard of, the white helmets.

Explain why as an NGO such as the white helmets have received in approx $100 million from the UK, USA and the EU.

Explain why white helmets have been filmed amongst Jabhat Fateh al-Sham carrying weapons
>> No. 81295 Anonymous
24th December 2016
Saturday 1:03 am
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>>81294
Why do you type Sa1aFiSt like that? The issues you are obsessed with have absorbed you. You have become one dimensional.
>> No. 81298 Anonymous
24th December 2016
Saturday 1:54 am
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>>81295

Reason? Because I thought purps may have placed a filter and also it's a shortened version of الماعز الجنس رجل

>The issues you are obsessed with have absorbed you. You have become one dimensional.

Please, explain.

(A good day to you Sir!)
>> No. 81299 Anonymous
24th December 2016
Saturday 1:57 am
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>>81298
It is funny because it is like someone trying to say something rude in English when they don't speak it, so they come out with something really formal and old. Something Shakespearean.
>> No. 81300 Anonymous
24th December 2016
Saturday 1:58 am
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>>81298
>Please, explain.
Are you on the spectrum by any chance?
>> No. 81302 Anonymous
24th December 2016
Saturday 2:04 am
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>>81300

Only the ZX 48k m8

10 PRINT "8130 IS A STUPID IGNORANT UNFUNNY CUNT"
20 GOTO 10
30 RUN
>> No. 81305 Anonymous
24th December 2016
Saturday 4:03 am
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>>81298
>الماعز الجنس رجل

The La Li Lu Le Lo!?
>> No. 81307 Anonymous
24th December 2016
Saturday 4:30 am
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>>81294
I'm going to answer the only point that has any remote basis in reality. The white helmets are seen in the rebel areas because those are the areas getting the shit pounded out of them by Assad and the Russians. It may come as some surprise that he's not bombing the shit out of people who support him. In particular, they're going where nobody else is going. They're in those areas specifically because organisations like the actual national civil defence body (run by the government) and the Syrian Red Crescent are refusing to go in.
>> No. 81318 Anonymous
24th December 2016
Saturday 4:27 pm
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>>81300
I think I would like him more if he was.
>> No. 81319 Anonymous
26th December 2016
Monday 1:17 pm
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>>81189

Hi Eugene!

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