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    [Politics] Re: Protests in the wider Arab world

    No, it's not a rumor. Dailymail wrote an article about SAS units who's been helping rebels since February. Just like USSR soldiers in Vietnam.


    He has THE manpower. I doubt UN is mad enough to...
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    [Politics] Re: Protests in the wider Arab world

    Depends on what you mean by "resources". Gadaffi certainly has more manpower, but rebels are better equipped and they are working together with British grounded forces. I think Gadaffi is going to...
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    [Politics] Re: Protests in the wider Arab world

    NATO named the operation "Odyssey Dawn". It took Odysseus 20 years to finally reach his home. Coincidence?
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    [Politics] Re: Protests in the wider Arab world

    I don't call all media in the world bullshit. But don't you think it's stupid to use media examples from the country-agressor? France is the main force bombing the Lybia, do you really expect French...
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    [Politics] Re: Protests in the wider Arab world

    Of course they can't - they don't even have a leader. Gadaffii cannot rule over everything in his counry. He need ministers. he needs generals and other men for leading positions in his country. If...
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    [Politics] Re: Protests in the wider Arab world

    The thing is... I don't like those rebels. They keep chanting "Gadaffi is bad" but they are not providing any real alternatives. Didn't they know what were they doing when asked for UN's help?...
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    [Politics] Re: Protests in the wider Arab world

    Then why are you blaming Gadaffi for doing the same thing? The rebels turned to be a bunch of armed unorganized bandits who are trying to overthrow the goverment using illegal methods. Gadaffi has...
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    [Politics] Re: Protests in the wider Arab world

    Please don't be stupid. Newspapers had absolutely now reasons to panic about deadly radiation from Japan yet they've been doing nothing but writing about it. That's the point of mass media - submit...
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    [Politics] Re: Protests in the wider Arab world

    So if Barack Obama took some hired guns and tried to overtake Bush he wouldn't have been killed? He'll be in Guantanamo, like many others. That's exactly what's going on in Lybia.
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    [Politics] Re: Protests in the wider Arab world

    First, every country kills people that oppose it. Even USA, even nowadays. Face it. Now, don't make me bring back all that history back again.

    Talking about robbing. You are completely wrong...
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    [Politics] Re: Protests in the wider Arab world

    1-2-3 people. I already said this doesn't count.


    Why, there are only 1-2-3 people on this photo as well? Please show me at last thousands pepolple in Beengazi, Tobruk etc. And as I said you...
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    [Politics] Re: Protests in the wider Arab world

    I don't see happy rebels dancing in the streets, nor happy Lybians in Tripoli. May be because they're being bombed as well as Gadaffi's forces? Nice. You keep talking, like democracy is a good thing....
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    [Politics] Re: Protests in the wider Arab world

    This is actually what I am talking about. The UN may continue their undercover games, I don't mind, but attacking a sovereign country in a daylight without a proof is a no-no.
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    [Politics] Re: Protests in the wider Arab world

    It's the same Lybians who said "we don't need your help to get ourselves a freedom". Yet, UN forces it's way into internal fight. How old is Gadaffi? Another 5-7 years and he'll die. Lybians will get...
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    [Politics] Re: Protests in the wider Arab world

    Geez, there isn't even a single independent UN observer in Lybia. Even though Gadaffi invited them many times. Everything your media says now is a wild assumption. Even the videos in the news are...
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    [Politics] Re: Protests in the wider Arab world

    I'm not defending Gadaffi. I'm just wondering why would UN choose the bloodiest way to solve this small problem.
    All of you just keep talking what your mass media put in your heads. I'm asking for...
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    [Politics] Re: Protests in the wider Arab world

    Proof. You and UN need to prove your words.
    http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-middle-east-12661023
    http://www.thedailystar.net/newDesign/latest_news.php?nid=28973
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    [Politics] Re: Protests in the wider Arab world

    Well, who cares about that any way? Lots of countries have their leader rule for well over 30 years. It's their internal affairs. People in Lybia may not like their leader, but they are not...
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    [Politics] Re: Protests in the wider Arab world

    I'm not gonna judje if the UN is good or bad. But, they are joining so much forrces together just to save a bunch of terrorist scumbags in a single town? This, just sounds ridiculous. And afaik right...
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    [Politics] Re: Protests in the wider Arab world

    I think they've gotten lazy cooking up suitable reasons to invade other countries. At last Al-qaeda and terrorism sounded more plausible. If UN wants to play a hero, they should blow up some cruise...
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    [Politics] Re: Protests in the wider Arab world

    They should not interfere. Right now, the situation looks like a poorly fabricated attempt to colonize Libya.
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    [Science] Re: 9.0 Magnitude Earthquake in Japan

    Nah, nothing comes close to Chernobyl. First firemen who extinguished fire at Chernobyl were literally burned alive since they've spent over 3 hours near collapsed reactor chamber. Less than a 3...
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    Poll: [Question] Re: What do you think of the ecchi level in HSDK?

    Matsuena is going back to his old style, since excessive ecchi is now prohibited. Again.
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    [Hangout] Re: History's Strongest Disciple Kenichi by Matsuena Syun

    When I suggested them to pick up HSDK, at first they refused. As they said, the quality of available raws was too bad. And now I'm afraid that they'll drop it again if they won't find better raws.
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    [Hangout] Re: History's Strongest Disciple Kenichi by Matsuena Syun

    They don't have a raw provider.
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    [Hangout] Re: History's Strongest Disciple Kenichi by Matsuena Syun

    You are mistaking hardness for toughness. Speaking about wiki:
    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Material_properties_of_diamond
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    [Hangout] Re: History's Strongest Disciple Kenichi by Matsuena Syun

    Wrong. You can easily shatter diamond using an ordinary hammer.
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    [Hangout] Re: History's Strongest Disciple Kenichi by Matsuena Syun

    Mercury poisoning? Not, really. I was playing like that when i was kid.
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    [Hangout] Re: History's Strongest Disciple Kenichi by Matsuena Syun

    Hmm, Baek's "Wing Blade" FTW.
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