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So basically, Saudi Arabia payed $450 billion USD to get away with killing that reporter guy... 

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Oh, hello Hitler, I didn’t see you there! Why are you disguised as the Saudi crown prince? 

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5 hours ago, Lord_James said:

So basically, Saudi Arabia payed $450 billion USD to get away with killing that reporter guy... 

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Oh, hello Hitler, I didn’t see you there! Why are you disguised as the Saudi crown prince? 

 

My take is that Saudi Arabia paid a bajillion dollars to remain in the US' good graces.  The Turkish government is the frenemy of the Saudi government, and they saw an opportunity to kick the Saudis down a peg by painting the Saudi government as a bunch of awful barbarians (not difficult; they are).  Trump has been fucking with Turkey for the past several months too, this might have had something to do with it.

 

Trump has already made noises about wanting an Arab NATO.  Turkey doesn't want that.  Hopefully he will make both countries compete for his favor, and then betray both of them and laugh evilly about it while cutting into a well-done steak covered in ketchup and swirling a diet Coke in a champagne glass.

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After doing the bare minimum of googling global winds, the fallout could possibly be transported towards the Horn of Africa, if the winds are strong enough. As appealing as it would be to glass some goat fucker’s palace, I don’t think the people of Somalia and Ethiopia deserve to be irradiated. 

 

Back to conventional munitions, then :( 

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7 minutes ago, Lord_James said:

After doing the bare minimum of googling global winds, the fallout could possibly be transported towards the Horn of Africa, if the winds are strong enough. As appealing as it would be to glass some goat fucker’s palace, I don’t think the people of Somalia and Ethiopia deserve to be irradiated. 

 

Back to conventional munitions, then :( 

MOAB every palace then. 

 

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So there's been this sudden spate of marxist and pseudo-marxist op-eds that kind of capture something real and generally unspoken about some big phenomena, but then either fumble the insight by cramming it into the standard problems of marxist thought or wrap it up in obnoxious language that seems designed to drive away anyone who hasn't absorbed their particular and obtruse phraseology (or create gaping holes in peripheral arguments that allow any critics able to so much as read to dismiss the correct/interesting insight by its proximity to the faulty/stupid stuff). This is one on why the Saudis keep getting away with things:

 

https://warisboring.com/theres-one-reason-america-refuses-to-hold-saudi-arabia-responsible-for-murder/

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8 hours ago, Toxn said:

So there's been this sudden spate of marxist and pseudo-marxist op-eds that kind of capture something real and generally unspoken about some big phenomena, but then either fumble the insight by cramming it into the standard problems of marxist thought or wrap it up in obnoxious language that seems designed to drive away anyone who hasn't absorbed their particular and obtruse phraseology (or create gaping holes in peripheral arguments that allow any critics able to so much as read to dismiss the correct/interesting insight by its proximity to the faulty/stupid stuff). This is one on why the Saudis keep getting away with things:

 

https://warisboring.com/theres-one-reason-america-refuses-to-hold-saudi-arabia-responsible-for-murder/

 

"The answer is that Saudi Arabia is a linchpin of U.S. imperialism, and the American way of life makes it inevitable that we turn a blind eye to murder and crime from regimes like Saudi Arabia."

 

The fact of the matter is it doesn't matter that it was the KSA who did it, we would have turned a blind eye whether it was Canada or Columbia.

 

I see the author also blames the US for Venezuela's failed communism in another article.

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14 hours ago, Walter_Sobchak said:

 

What does it matter if he was a reporter or an op-ed writer?  

 

Anyhow, according to wiki he had a long career as a reporter, editor, opinion writer and foreign correspondent.  

 

 

But because you got promoted, you were never a reporter.

Rolleyes

 

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14 hours ago, Walter_Sobchak said:

 

What does it matter if he was a reporter or an op-ed writer?  

 

Anyhow, according to wiki he had a long career as a reporter, editor, opinion writer and foreign correspondent.  

 

 

 

It actually doesn't matter that he worked in the media in any form, the only reason you even hear about it is to create mental connentions with the 'Drumph is waging war on the free press' narrative.

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More reporting of the joint Saudi/UAE suicide mission deployment to Syria:

 

https://www.yenisafak.com/en/news/saudi-uae-step-up-support-for-pkk-terrorists-in-northeast-syria-3467953

 

It seems to have been under way for a while, this report is from 20 November:

 

https://www.yenisafak.com/en/world/uae-saudi-arabia-dispatch-troops-to-east-of-the-euphrates-in-syria-3466836

 

They are properly going to get it now.....The queue of people itching to kick the **** out of them is endless and they just put their own heads on the block.  I can't wait to watch it all go down TBH, couldn't happen to a nicer bunch of people, just desserts and all that.  :)

 

 

 

 

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On 11/25/2018 at 6:57 PM, Walter_Sobchak said:

 

As opposed to being what exactly?

 

A fucking Muslim brotherhood agent masquerading as press to keep from getting his and his family their rightful dances with JDAM's

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