how is guantanamo bay not considered a concentration camp? ...

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  1. antilluminati

    antilluminati Well-Known Member

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    I understand this fully.

    However, there is no excusing the American government, corporations, military industrial complex or its misantropic elite. They are corrupt and with a parcitic agenda.
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  2. Geedorah

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    I did,you say us,I say americans,dont see difference,you dont say us government.
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  3. zyclon B gas

    zyclon B gas sososerious

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  4. J Keeper

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    Attacking them for years?

    What?

    We never attacked Afghanistan, we actually helped them fight the Russians.

    If you're talking about the Gulf War and Iraq, someone had to stop Saddam from taking over Kuwait.
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  5. antilluminati

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    You attacked Afghanistan, killed thousands of civillians, fact. You had oil interests in Kuwait, only reason you "helped" them. You didnt help "Afghanistan" fight russians, you armed the Taliban to make sure russians didnt get access to resources.

    I mean, you do read and investigate these things you talk about?
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  6. J Keeper

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    When did we attack Afghanistan before 9/11?

    Who cares, we still stopped Saddam from yet another ethnic cleansing.

    They were not the Taliban, they were Mujahadeen (sp?), and yes, we armed them and trained them so they were better able to repel the Russians.
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  7. Geedorah

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    1998.
    And who put Saddam on power?
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  8. Geedorah

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    So when you say us it means government.:chefoooh:
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  9. J Keeper

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    If you're referring to those missile strikes, lol.

    Those were an effort to destroy military training bases owned by Osama and his associates. In retribution, of course, for the previous WTC bombing.

    And we put Saddam in power. I actually said that already.
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  10. Geedorah

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    Alleged.
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  11. antilluminati

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    The issue wasnt when, it was IF. So they did.

    Who cares is not valid. It was illegal warfare based on a lie with completely different motives.

    They were, and they were both Taliban, Al Queida and Osama Bin Laden.
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  12. squidge

    squidge #1 battle mc of valhalla

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  13. reggie jax

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    osama was self funded, and many of the militants from other countries like saudi arabia and pakistan were funded by those countries and by people or organizations within those countries.

    the united states did fund and arm homegrown afghani nationalists and islamic militants who fought alongside osama and other foreign "muslim warriors," some of which would later go on to form al qaeda.

    as far as i know there's no evidence the united states actually directly funded osama and his people, and no conceivable reason to think he would need them to since he was already loaded.

    the taliban, on the other hand, can allegedly be traced back directly to the pakistani trained mujahideen that the u.s. and saudi governments helped support.

    as far as i'm concerned, america's involvement in this was a pragmatic proxy war aimed at russia, and not born out of any genuine concern for the sovereignty of afghanistan.

    it ultimately backfired since russia would have eventually collapsed and the chaos that ensued after the communist government in afghanistan collapsed gave rise to the taliban and eventually al qaeda as regional powers.
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  14. DaAlmightyDolla

    DaAlmightyDolla Greatness

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    can a mod move this shit out of the alley... thank you
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  15. Geedorah

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    Lol,the fuck is this doing in alley?
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  16. DaAlmightyDolla

    DaAlmightyDolla Greatness

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    niggas got lost
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  17. Geedorah

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    Nu from australia or where?
    Everything is upside down over there.
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  18. antilluminati

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    Still Al Quaida and friends.

    Point being anyway is that the US are war criminals and they go to war to steal resources or because they have other economical interest at heart.

    end. of. story.
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  19. squidge

    squidge #1 battle mc of valhalla

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    What resources were stolen?

    As far as Afghanistan, it is nothing but a desolate, mountainous wasteland. There is nothing to steal, even if the US actually did engage in the stealing of resources.
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  20. antilluminati

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    Caspian Sea Gas Line, read about it.
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