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As an old saying goes"You can wake up someone who is sleep but you can never wake someone who is pretending to be asleep"
originally posted by: demus
a reply to: shapur
no, he doesn't believe that but that what is official line that he support.
I am sure he will ask you for some more "facts" like he is doing in every other post.
mentioning Bolsheviks, Nazis, anti - American sentiment etc., straw arguments, derailing the discussion, provoking emotional response, accusing, mocking and in the end proclaiming the sources and information provided invalid/misrepresented end asking for some "real facts" (pieces of information that suits the agenda)...
but however you put it, there is a photo of McCain with extremists, nobody can deny that.
you can make explanation upon explanation and word it very nice; you can pack the story in beautiful paper.
that will not change anything - picture is there.
Isis (Ancient Greek: Ἶσις, original Egyptian pronunciation more likely "Aset" or "Iset") is a goddess in Ancient Egyptian religious beliefs, whose worship spread throughout the Greco-Roman world. She was worshipped as the ideal mother and wife as well as the patroness of nature and magic. She was the friend of slaves, sinners, artisans and the downtrodden, but she also listened to the prayers of the wealthy, maidens, aristocrats and rulers. Isis is often depicted as the mother of Horus, the hawk-headed god of war and protection (although in some traditions Horus's mother was Hathor). Isis is also known as protector of the dead and goddess of children.
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originally posted by: 3n19m470
What's that strange symbol graffitied 3 times on the wall behind them in the 3 sections around the doorway? The guy on the left has some words on his shirt and the guy in the white shirt on the right but his are covered mostly by the scarf thingie. Mostly curious about the symbol. Looks like maybe a leaf in the center.
I like how the one guy has his hands held in front of him looking like a well behaved school boy. And that does look like a gun kinda, hanging off the guys shoulder to the left.
originally posted by: Freenrgy2
a reply to: beezzer
It was Eisenhower who warned ALL OF US of the military industrial complex. Don't you understand that Halliburton execs need their vacation homes and new cars and luxury trips!
Don't you understand that the US needs to keep its war machine running at all times, even it means supplying both sides!
originally posted by: Blackmarketeer
Ph otos of Senator McCain “chillin’” with ISIS Leaders in Syria Before Their Rampage Through Iraq
Remember when Sen. John McCain took that tour of Syria with the rebels? This is what he said about it when he came back:
“It was a very moving experience to meet these fighters who have been struggling now for over two years,” McCain said on CNN’s “Anderson Cooper 360” on Wednesday night. “And they’re very aware of the battlefield situation and they’re very disturbed about the dramatic influx of Hezbollah fighters, more Iranians, and of course, stepped-up activities of Bashar Assad.”
Here’s one of the photos released to Politico:
Here’s the one ISIS released recently:
So, who’s the new guy?
The man closest to John McCain is General Salim Idris, who was the head of the Free Syria “moderates” at the time.
Idris was booted out.
ISIS is saying some of the men on that photo fight with them now.
Nice work, Senator.
Mccain continues to be one of the biggest war hawks in American government. He more than anyone advocates for full-scale armed intervention across the Middle East.
originally posted by: shapur]So do you actually believe that there are not enough facts around to hold the US government responsible for decades of sabotaging and interfering in the world affairs?...I mean how much facts one needs while witnessing first hand that the event after event of interferences are taking place all the time everywhere, overtly!...It seems like even the politicians themselves are trying harder and harder each day to add up to an already full list of obvious facts.