View Poll Results: Which Regime Do You Support As Sad or Ear Dog Again ?

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  • I support russia to sustain as sad .

    2 50.00%
  • I do support russia to sustain as sad .

    2 50.00%
  • I support turkey to depose as sad .

    1 25.00%
  • I do not support turkey to depose as sad .

    2 50.00%
  • I support russia to sustain ear dog again .

    0 0%
  • I do not support russia to sustain ear dog again .

    1 25.00%
  • I have an adequate understand of baathism .

    2 50.00%
  • I understand a distinctions between qurayshism and fictional ishmaelism .

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Thread: Dear Ear Dog Again , You Are A Dip Shit , Your Friend Moscow

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    Polemicist Supremum Monk-Eye's Avatar
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    Dear Ear Dog Again , You Are A Dip Shit , Your Friend Moscow

    " Dear Ear Dog Again , You Are A Dip Shit , Your Friend Moscow "

    * Make King It Clear *

    Do you support russia to sustain as sad ?
    Do you support turkey to depose as sad ?
    Do you support russia to sustain ear dog again ?

    Any other comments are welcome .

    An interesting comment might be , it is disgusting that russia intervened to sustain ear dog again during the last coup .

    https://www.yahoo.com/news/moscow-de...141813985.html
    Moscow (AFP) - The Kremlin on Wednesday demanded an explanation after Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan said Ankara intervened in the Syria conflict solely to topple President Bashar al-Assad.Turkish forces are pressing on with a three-month operation inside Syria in support of anti-Assad forces, while Russia is the chief ally of the Syrian president in the conflict that has claimed more than 300,000 lives since 2011.
    Last edited by Monk-Eye; 2nd December 2016 at 06:12 AM.
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    I'll have to get back with you. Got to go dig through my boxes of old junk, and find my secret decoder ring.

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    Let them dance if they wish. I'm ready to get off of my feet.
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    Quote Originally Posted by One View Post
    I'll have to get back with you. Got to go dig through my boxes of old junk, and find my secret decoder ring.
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    Let them dance if they wish. I'm ready to get off of my feet.
    * Easier Helping *

    The president of turkey ( turn key ) , whose name is erdogan ( ear dog again ) , is a salafist ( sail a fist ) sentinel , a fictional ishmaelism i slam degenerate , whereas , assad ( as sad ) is a baathist which espouses secularism , socialism and arab nationalism .

    The assault on assad is being instigated by theocrats adamantly opposed to secularism .

    An emphasis on arab nationalism is a contentious emphasis throughout the region , as each and all play a game of fascist supremacy termed call it fate ( caliphate ) .

    The number of reasons that ear dog again actions provoke disgust are numerous .

    Any who supports individualism with negative liberties ensuring self ownership and self determination with emphasis on non aggression principles for public policy would do well to reign in any expanse of theistic despots seeking to implement the nomian legalism of qurayshism outside of hejaz that is fictional ishmaelism .


    * Scoop Scoot Coop Bloop *

    https://themoscowtimes.com/news/turk...ing-coup-54722
    Turkey’s foreign minister Mevlut Cavusoglu has thanked Russian President Vladimir Putin for supporting Ankara during a recent attempted coup, the Interfax news agency reported Monday.
    A total of 290 people were killed during the failed military coup against the government of President Recep Erdogan, which began on July 15.

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    Speaking for PE Trump.

    He should say: 'I do support russia to sustain as sad'. AND Welcome too...



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    I have given up trying to figure out Monks posts. He is obviously brilliant but doesn't know how to communicate it.

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    Just so you know Monk Eye:

    I support Russia being sad.
    I support Russia being sad and this time I mean it more.
    I support many turkeys ceding sad to Russia.
    I do not support even one turkey keeping sad.
    I support Russia so I can catch ear mites again.
    I do not support Russia hoarding all the ear mites.
    I have an adequate understand of the benefits of bathing.
    I understand the distinctions between tribalism and a lone Eponymous

    I should add that I also enjoy dark chocolate.
    Unless it is light.
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    Just so you know, but for real:

    I support Turkey deposing Assad in spite of the historic complexities.
    Last edited by Minotaur; 3rd December 2016 at 04:43 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Minotaur View Post
    Just so you know, but for real:

    I support Turkey deposing Assad in spite of the historic complexities.
    I do not. The US should not be allies with Turkey anymore.

    All the nukes are gone from there: SURPRISE!

    They're now in umm.Romania. :P

    Turks are attacking Kurds, Not cool. Assad is in the right in that fight.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Paul Harvey View Post
    I do not. The US should not be allies with Turkey anymore.

    All the nukes are gone from there: SURPRISE!

    They're now in umm.Romania. :P

    Turks are attacking Kurds, Not cool. Assad is in the right in that fight.
    As always, I guess it depends on what any reader believes in what they read. It is safe to say there is a clear side to pick for the sides that exist in that environment. It is a regional issue involving two sides in the region. I'd rather see that than complete outsiders picking sides solely to dump/Preserve Assad. Let the regions in and adjacent to the region handle the region. This crap of bombing innocent civilians, children, and caregivers with sophisticated air attacks is the real pox.

    I am also concerned about the Turk's autonomous areas as well and how it makes Turkey's stated goal questionable. It is already very complicated but either way you make a good point. There is no up side in all this. There is only who deals with the region.
    Last edited by Minotaur; 3rd December 2016 at 05:13 PM.

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