Jump to content
BennyBT

Paris tragedy(ies) and other ISIS related things

Recommended Posts

Not funny at all. You don't live there, you don't know the community and lifestyle :P Tell me one thing they have done to get attacked by the IS so often .-.

History

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

not living in germany or france doesn't mean im an ignorant about others countries even when i act like a stupid in game  i like to read a lot about others countries culture and their past.

 

Read a little bit more about what happened on september.

Edited by baskentliii

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

not living in germany or france doesn't mean im an ignorant about others countries even when i act like a stupid in game  i like to read a lot about others countries culture and their past.

 

Read a little bit more about what happened on september.

I didn't say you were ignorant neither did I say you didn't know anything. You may read a lot but these texts might contain wrong facts. It's not the same as living there

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

ISIS (or a fanatic of Islam) gives bad name to Islam which is in general, Islam is a good religion same as other religions.

They just abuse Islam to reach their goal, because of a wrong perception of "Jihad" (ik this because i have just learnt it at my college). They kill people to get the highest places in heaven. More people they kill, the better. A worse and a crueler terorism gang than the Osama's one in my opinion.

But... they even can enter Europe and do their terorism action, specially in France O: great.

#PrayforFrance

 

Also keep in mind that no religions teach people to do bad things especially to kill people.

 

#A buddhist is talking :D

Edited by Laurelle

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

she asked for a reason to isis to attack france and i answered her and everyone knows its true ''France started first''

 

 

Let me take a little bit of Usa's logic with France.

 

They kill, they are terrorist,we kill and we are heroes.

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

i wanted to write about russia too,but they aren't between these problems.

 

#prayfortheworldnotonlyforfrancedumbasses

Edited by baskentliii

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

Tbh a lot of things i see here are comments i would attach to heart driven children who have no idea whats going on around the world. All they saw was '' omg innocent ppl died, kill isis pew pew ''. Yeah thats not how things work. Nobody is innocent in this world, if you look at the big picture. If you see things individually then yeah, that george or anna who died in paris are innocent, but the government isnt. 

And sadly governments actions are taken out on the people who did nothing.

Paris is sad, and people are especially moved because it hasn't happened in europe yet, that civilians were attacked while enjoying life. Drinking coffee, eating dinner, concert or a walk in the park aren't the circumstances of getting killed in the middle of europe, so people are deeply touched by this. However, lets not forget why do such things happen, and that they happen around the whole world daily and not just in Paris on friday the 13th 2015. I think that would be a fair and humane thing to do..

Edited by Chickenfly

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

It is meant as symbole lol. Or what am I supposed to do against ISIS? It shows that we care

I am really sorry for the happenings in Paris, tho I don't really think using a French flag as your profile picture shows that you care :-/

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

I am really sorry for the happenings in Paris, tho I don't really think using a French flag as your profile picture shows that you care :-/

It's just as symbole :cray:

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

Julie, Being French , each of your posts express what I feel . I'm gratefull to you for sharing your compassion.

 

France is fighting ISI military un Syria. Yes, some civils are killed.

But ISI murdered innocents civils unarmed. They're cowards.

 

Seeing France flags on facebook, youporn, and many famous buildings over the world comfort us in this tragedy. It helps a lot to see that we aren't alone, that de have friends over the world.

 

In this situation, we need international community to fight ISIS, we need everyone to get ride of them once for all.

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

But ISI murdered innocents civils unarmed. They're cowards.

 

They executed someone using a tank.

If you hadn't guessed it, they drove him over

 

 

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

Since ISIS doesn't consist of civilians, you can't say just because France made a strike on IS, it is a fair thing to answer with killing innocent citizens.

 

Early in the morning, two terrorist were killed in a gunfight with policemen.

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

Seeing France flags on facebook, youporn, and many famous buildings over the world...

Facebook okay, famous landmarks okay... Youporn... lol.

As I see, these are the two websites you only visit :D Facebook at home, Youporn at work :P

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

France is fighting ISI military un Syria. Yes, some civils are killed.

But ISI murdered innocents civils unarmed. They're cowards.

 

Of course, France and Russia have been bombarding Syria, aiming IS. I believe more innocents died than IS battalions themselves. But, no worries, they weren't seen as "Terrorists" in the world's eyes, since they were fighting the "Actual terrorists". And now when IS attacked Paris, the world was like "OMG, SEE THOSE TERRORISTS, PRAY FOR PARIS".

I am not defending ISIS, they already killed many innocents in the Middle East, however, the world doesn't give a sh*t about them. Because that's what Russia and USA want through those supports they provide ISIS with. Yes they support them, don't you know? But IS are dirty, each time they get strong, they betray their allies, so they need to hit them from time to time, so actions, like those happened in Paris, don't happen somewhere else, maybe Washington DC? And more innocents pay the prince, talking for both in France as well as in Middle East.

I don't know, I actually think that things are going out of USA's control, although I still highly doubt it.

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

Actually things ARE going out of USA's control, and that isn't true that we don't give a sh*t about people murdered by IS at Middle-East. Or at least I do. (More than sh*t, lol)

Why people are more shocked about Paris attacks, because they were too naive and thought "It happens in Syria, but it ain't happen here ".

But I agree with you, anyways. Tho I wouldn't argue around Russia, it is too complicated, they are really confusing sometimes. (Sorry devs, not meant on you :D)

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

Actually things ARE going out of USA's control, and that isn't true that we don't give a sh*t about people murdered by IS at Middle-East. Or at least I do. (More than sh*t, lol)

Why people are more shocked about Paris attacks, because they were too naive and thought "It happens in Syria, but it ain't happen here ".

But I agree with you, anyways. Tho I wouldn't argue around Russia, it is too complicated, they are really confusing sometimes. (Sorry devs, not meant on you :D)

I think it is pretty clear for me, or maybe someone can explain for me, why are people seeing Russian weapons in Syria between ISIS hands. (Neglecting Russian weapons with Assad's Troops and their support for him, that is not our topic). It is all planned that wars and conflicts in the Middle East, especially in Syria, last more. Some support from this side to this side, and from that side to that side would do.

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

Look at yourself gladiator, you just wants to distinguish yourself from the "common viewpoint".

 

You think that more civils died from the bombarding than IS soldiers ? On what are you basing yourself to assert that ? You have any links to trustworthy website ?

Before you start venturing in the "USA and Russia lie to us about the numbers" psychodrama, they're some NGO making some trustworthy statistics on the field.

 

Here's an exemple : From the beggining of the bombardings of the coalition un Syria to the 23 april 2015 (4 years of air raids), 2079 peoples have been killed. Among these 2079 peoples, they were 66 civils. The rest was IS soldiers, and 90 Al Nosra members (an armed group from Al Qaida).

 

Now, tell me what do you know about ISIS...

You think it's a simple and common country ? ISIS is an aberration, borned because of some self-centered and careless countries's innatention. DAESH as we call it, doesn't respect the international human right. It's a decadent civilization that is hostile to the WHOLE world. Meaning that whatever you do, whereever you are, this inhuman monster want your death.

 

You think we're just going to let them invade the whole world ?

Just lmao about your theory about US controling DAESH to not attack themselves.

I don't know why I wrote so much while you managed to discredit yoursef in less than a sentence.

 

US more than everyone else wants to see DAESH falls down. But we'll never win using the same tactic as we did for Al Qaida. That's why US is more carefull, trying to involve all the nearby countries to solve it.

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

Look at yourself gladiator, you just wants to distinguish yourself from the "common viewpoint".

 

You think that more civils died from the bombarding than IS soldiers ? On what are you basing yourself to assert that ? You have any links to trustworthy website ?

Before you start venturing in the "USA and Russia lie to us about the numbers" psychodrama, they're some NGO making some trustworthy statistics on the field.

 

Here's an exemple : From the beggining of the bombardings of the coalition un Syria to the 23 april 2015 (4 years of air raids), 2079 peoples have been killed. Among these 2079 peoples, they were 66 civils. The rest was IS soldiers, and 90 Al Nosra members (an armed group from Al Qaida).

 

Now, tell me what do you know about ISIS...

You think it's a simple and common country ? ISIS is an aberration, borned because of some self-centered and careless countries's innatention. DAESH as we call it, doesn't respect the international human right. It's a decadent civilization that is hostile to the WHOLE world. Meaning that whatever you do, whereever you are, this inhuman monster want your death.

 

You think we're just going to let them invade the whole world ?

Just lmao about your theory about US controling DAESH to not attack themselves.

I don't know why I wrote so much while you managed to discredit yoursef in less than a sentence.

 

US more than everyone else wants to see DAESH falls down. But we'll never win using the same tactic as we did for Al Qaida. That's why US is more carefull, trying to involve all the nearby countries to solve it.

What kind of logic are you using in your talking? So basically if only 66 civilians died that wouldn't be counted as "Terror action"? Dude.. Even if 1 innocent civilians was killed that'd be as Terrorism, because they don't have the right to kill. Or maybe you are trying to say that killing 1 ISIS member is as killing 1 innocent human? So they are safe to kill as long as they are killing ISIS members?

 

Oh and yeah... speaking of sources, I have my family there in Syria, I think they would be enough as a source.

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

-Refugees are running away from ISIS, they aren't fleeing because of the coalition that have killed 66 civils over 4 years.

-It's not a 1 terrorist for 1 civil, use your brain. Of course we aren't proud of killing civils.

-The coalition isn't basing her actions on your "terror action", unlike ISIS who target civils, humanitarians and tourists.

 

And what's more, I don't believe your family is in Syria at all.

But you looks like a genius who has a lot of ideas.

Tell me, how would you solve ISIS's problem, that cannot be ignored ?

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

-Refugees are running away from ISIS, they aren't fleeing because of the coalition that have killed 66 civils over 4 years.

-It's not a 1 terrorist for 1 civil, use your brain. Of course we aren't proud of killing civils.

-The coalition isn't basing her actions on your "terror action", unlike ISIS who target civils, humanitarians and tourists.

 

And what's more, I don't believe your family is in Syria at all.

But you looks like a genius who has a lot of ideas.

Tell me, how would you solve ISIS's problem, that cannot be ignored ?

-Did I say that they are fleeing from those attacks? I didn't.

-I didn't say that you are proud of killing civilians either.

-I didn't defend ISIS, I didn't say that they are good, and you are bad, they are humanitarians, and you are terrorists. 

Wait... Was that reply to me or someone else in the thread?

 

Oh... Lol, why would I lie. Believe or not, it is not my problems, but at least I know from where I can get news. And lemme tell you, the Media is the worst to get news from nowadays.

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

Regarding civilians dying in europe and in the middle east, i think this summarizes it all and explains it well.

 

Civilians killed in the Middle East are considered as ''Collateral damage''.

Civilians killed in Europe are considered as ''Civilian victims''.

 

That is a fact, take it as you want. As I said before, it is also quite common opinion and clear to anyone who has a mind of his own and follows these news from various sources, not just national media. This whole thing on the Middle East now is orchestrated and started by western governments, mostly out of need/want for oil. Started with the so called Arab Spring, proceeding to taking down Mubarak, Gaddafi & co.

Libya to whom the USA owes millions of dollars went down overnight.

 

Taking part in the 9/11 attacks, 15/19 hijackers were from Saudi Arabia. How many missiles did the USA fire or how many troops did they send to Saudi Arabia after that?

Osama bin Laden was from Saudi Arabia also, from a rich family actually and he started off with CIA funding and blessing, they raided Saudi Arabia for that?

But they did however go to Afghanistan and started a full out war there and Saddam did get a missile in his room, following those attacks..

 

Not to mention that Pentagon hasn't seen an airplane on that day, especially not a ''Boeing 757-223'' with a 38m wingspan. For those who don't know, it has it's fuel tanks in those wings with a capacity of around 40 000 L. Yes, that is a big boom.

 

Pentagon.jpg

Boeing.png

Edited by Chickenfly

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

43"You have heard that it was said, 'YOU SHALL LOVE YOUR NEIGHBOR and hate your enemy.' 44"But I say to you, love your enemies and pray for those who persecute you, 45so that you may be sons of your Father who is in heaven; for He causes His sun to rise on the evil and the good, and sends rain on the righteous and the unrighteous

 

 bq5.gif

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

ISIS hide among civilians, obviously there will be collateral damage and only ISIS are to blame, more Muslims have died due to ISIS than "the infidels"

 

The difference between Middle East deaths and Europeans, USA and allies are not directly targeting innocents in public places on purpose, but the terrorists that hide among them.

 

ISIS target random people in Europe, weak and unarmed woman in restaurants, men, children, not soldiers in a war zone.

 

It's not a war, just psychopathic killing for short lived glory, eventually they will invade all cities they occupy and another Arab group will be in control, either changing or repeating the process.

Edited by Sulla

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

Create an account or sign in to comment

You need to be a member in order to leave a comment

Create an account

Sign up for a new account in our community. It's easy!

Register a new account

Sign in

Already have an account? Sign in here.

Sign In Now

×