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#20 - Fat storage and muscle yeah 11/18/2015 on Apparently there's a... +1
#37 - Heavy screening, weed out the ones not from Syria. I doubt it'…  [+] (2 new replies) 11/17/2015 on oh wow 0
#38 - imho (11/17/2015) [-]
I'm not sure. I feel like the goal of ISIS is to create a divide between Muslims and the West, so that more of them join their cause, and having the cycle continue. With that said, I have no idea how effective screening is. It has to be next to impossible to tell an extremist muslim from a regular one by any method other than looking into their lives and their past, and seeing who has connections with a terrorist group. And I'm sure the terrorists who are undercover hide it pretty well.

The only solution I see is sending troops to take out their army so that at least the refugees can return there safely. And then we could do a reconstruction plan like after world war 2 in Germany. It's tough, but probably the only way imho
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#39 - beatmasterz (11/18/2015) [-]
There's a tons of factions fighting for control in Syria though. Assad, Kurds, rebels and ISIS, who all have support from Al Quaida and Hezbollah etc etc.

The Middle East has been secular ever since the Ottoman empire, which kept all the religious cults seperate. Assad did a good job doing that as well. But now he's lost his power and shit has hit the fan. Syria (and most of the middle east imo) needs a secular dictator with relative modern laws. These people clearly aren't ready for democracy yet.
#35 - Well I stand corrected.  [+] (4 new replies) 11/17/2015 on oh wow 0
#36 - imho (11/17/2015) [-]
So knowing this, what are your thoughts on the refugees? Not trying to be rude i'm just wondering
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#37 - beatmasterz (11/17/2015) [-]
Heavy screening, weed out the ones not from Syria. I doubt it'll decrease the chance of a terrorist attack. Besides Daesh still resents members going to Europe and leaving the caliphate. What do you think?
#38 - imho (11/17/2015) [-]
I'm not sure. I feel like the goal of ISIS is to create a divide between Muslims and the West, so that more of them join their cause, and having the cycle continue. With that said, I have no idea how effective screening is. It has to be next to impossible to tell an extremist muslim from a regular one by any method other than looking into their lives and their past, and seeing who has connections with a terrorist group. And I'm sure the terrorists who are undercover hide it pretty well.

The only solution I see is sending troops to take out their army so that at least the refugees can return there safely. And then we could do a reconstruction plan like after world war 2 in Germany. It's tough, but probably the only way imho
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#39 - beatmasterz (11/18/2015) [-]
There's a tons of factions fighting for control in Syria though. Assad, Kurds, rebels and ISIS, who all have support from Al Quaida and Hezbollah etc etc.

The Middle East has been secular ever since the Ottoman empire, which kept all the religious cults seperate. Assad did a good job doing that as well. But now he's lost his power and shit has hit the fan. Syria (and most of the middle east imo) needs a secular dictator with relative modern laws. These people clearly aren't ready for democracy yet.
#33 - mate, before I read it. Do you realize that the headline says …  [+] (6 new replies) 11/17/2015 on oh wow 0
#34 - imho (11/17/2015) [-]
yeah but that doesn't matter, just read it
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#35 - beatmasterz (11/17/2015) [-]
Well I stand corrected.
#36 - imho (11/17/2015) [-]
So knowing this, what are your thoughts on the refugees? Not trying to be rude i'm just wondering
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#37 - beatmasterz (11/17/2015) [-]
Heavy screening, weed out the ones not from Syria. I doubt it'll decrease the chance of a terrorist attack. Besides Daesh still resents members going to Europe and leaving the caliphate. What do you think?
#38 - imho (11/17/2015) [-]
I'm not sure. I feel like the goal of ISIS is to create a divide between Muslims and the West, so that more of them join their cause, and having the cycle continue. With that said, I have no idea how effective screening is. It has to be next to impossible to tell an extremist muslim from a regular one by any method other than looking into their lives and their past, and seeing who has connections with a terrorist group. And I'm sure the terrorists who are undercover hide it pretty well.

The only solution I see is sending troops to take out their army so that at least the refugees can return there safely. And then we could do a reconstruction plan like after world war 2 in Germany. It's tough, but probably the only way imho
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#39 - beatmasterz (11/18/2015) [-]
There's a tons of factions fighting for control in Syria though. Assad, Kurds, rebels and ISIS, who all have support from Al Quaida and Hezbollah etc etc.

The Middle East has been secular ever since the Ottoman empire, which kept all the religious cults seperate. Assad did a good job doing that as well. But now he's lost his power and shit has hit the fan. Syria (and most of the middle east imo) needs a secular dictator with relative modern laws. These people clearly aren't ready for democracy yet.
#32 - I agree that there should be screening but it's retarded to sa…  [+] (2 new replies) 11/17/2015 on oh wow 0
#41 - lostabyss (11/18/2015) [-]
no you are right. it isnt the refugees themselves, but the manner in which they came over and the handling of the situation. letting them come over by the thousands in near capsizing boats with no regard for potential terrorists onboard was definitely the problem.
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#42 - beatmasterz (11/18/2015) [-]
that's only a portion. an the terrorist that did pose as a refugee took the balkan route.
#29 - Do you have sauce?  [+] (8 new replies) 11/17/2015 on oh wow 0
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#33 - beatmasterz (11/17/2015) [-]
mate, before I read it. Do you realize that the headline says it's likely been forged?
#34 - imho (11/17/2015) [-]
yeah but that doesn't matter, just read it
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#35 - beatmasterz (11/17/2015) [-]
Well I stand corrected.
#36 - imho (11/17/2015) [-]
So knowing this, what are your thoughts on the refugees? Not trying to be rude i'm just wondering
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#37 - beatmasterz (11/17/2015) [-]
Heavy screening, weed out the ones not from Syria. I doubt it'll decrease the chance of a terrorist attack. Besides Daesh still resents members going to Europe and leaving the caliphate. What do you think?
#38 - imho (11/17/2015) [-]
I'm not sure. I feel like the goal of ISIS is to create a divide between Muslims and the West, so that more of them join their cause, and having the cycle continue. With that said, I have no idea how effective screening is. It has to be next to impossible to tell an extremist muslim from a regular one by any method other than looking into their lives and their past, and seeing who has connections with a terrorist group. And I'm sure the terrorists who are undercover hide it pretty well.

The only solution I see is sending troops to take out their army so that at least the refugees can return there safely. And then we could do a reconstruction plan like after world war 2 in Germany. It's tough, but probably the only way imho
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#39 - beatmasterz (11/18/2015) [-]
There's a tons of factions fighting for control in Syria though. Assad, Kurds, rebels and ISIS, who all have support from Al Quaida and Hezbollah etc etc.

The Middle East has been secular ever since the Ottoman empire, which kept all the religious cults seperate. Assad did a good job doing that as well. But now he's lost his power and shit has hit the fan. Syria (and most of the middle east imo) needs a secular dictator with relative modern laws. These people clearly aren't ready for democracy yet.
#28 - Here. A daesh spokesman openly criticising members g…  [+] (4 new replies) 11/17/2015 on oh wow 0
#30 - lostabyss (11/17/2015) [-]
so now there is a muslim conspiracy to stop immigration?

it doesnt matter though. there still should have been screening.
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#32 - beatmasterz (11/17/2015) [-]
I agree that there should be screening but it's retarded to say this was because of the refugees. And no it's not a conspiracy, it's damn obvious.
#41 - lostabyss (11/18/2015) [-]
no you are right. it isnt the refugees themselves, but the manner in which they came over and the handling of the situation. letting them come over by the thousands in near capsizing boats with no regard for potential terrorists onboard was definitely the problem.
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#42 - beatmasterz (11/18/2015) [-]
that's only a portion. an the terrorist that did pose as a refugee took the balkan route.
#25 - "Greek police are not ruling out that the Syrian passport…  [+] (1 new reply) 11/17/2015 on oh wow 0
#26 - lostabyss (11/17/2015) [-]
again, some "french" guy went to syria, radicalized, couldnt get back into the country because terror watchlist, and just walked in with refugees.

sounds like a perfectly sound reason for why refugees should be heavily screened and not have an open door policy
#23 - No, the passport has to be tied to the terrorist for it to be …  [+] (10 new replies) 11/17/2015 on oh wow 0
#27 - imho (11/17/2015) [-]
Greece's interior minister, Ioannis Mouzalas, has said fingerprints taken from the remains of one of the bombers match those of a man who registered as a refugee using the name Ahmad al-Mohammad at the Greek island of Leros in early October.
What are your thoughts on that? He was a registered refugee
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#29 - beatmasterz (11/17/2015) [-]
Do you have sauce?
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#33 - beatmasterz (11/17/2015) [-]
mate, before I read it. Do you realize that the headline says it's likely been forged?
#34 - imho (11/17/2015) [-]
yeah but that doesn't matter, just read it
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#35 - beatmasterz (11/17/2015) [-]
Well I stand corrected.
#36 - imho (11/17/2015) [-]
So knowing this, what are your thoughts on the refugees? Not trying to be rude i'm just wondering
User avatar
#37 - beatmasterz (11/17/2015) [-]
Heavy screening, weed out the ones not from Syria. I doubt it'll decrease the chance of a terrorist attack. Besides Daesh still resents members going to Europe and leaving the caliphate. What do you think?
#38 - imho (11/17/2015) [-]
I'm not sure. I feel like the goal of ISIS is to create a divide between Muslims and the West, so that more of them join their cause, and having the cycle continue. With that said, I have no idea how effective screening is. It has to be next to impossible to tell an extremist muslim from a regular one by any method other than looking into their lives and their past, and seeing who has connections with a terrorist group. And I'm sure the terrorists who are undercover hide it pretty well.

The only solution I see is sending troops to take out their army so that at least the refugees can return there safely. And then we could do a reconstruction plan like after world war 2 in Germany. It's tough, but probably the only way imho
User avatar
#39 - beatmasterz (11/18/2015) [-]
There's a tons of factions fighting for control in Syria though. Assad, Kurds, rebels and ISIS, who all have support from Al Quaida and Hezbollah etc etc.

The Middle East has been secular ever since the Ottoman empire, which kept all the religious cults seperate. Assad did a good job doing that as well. But now he's lost his power and shit has hit the fan. Syria (and most of the middle east imo) needs a secular dictator with relative modern laws. These people clearly aren't ready for democracy yet.
#22 - To villainize the refugees, which is clearly working.  [+] (6 new replies) 11/17/2015 on oh wow 0
#24 - lostabyss (11/17/2015) [-]
dont mean to be a dick, but that sounds like the most retarded mental gymnastic i have ever heard
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#28 - beatmasterz (11/17/2015) [-]
jihadology.net/2015/09/16/new-video-message-from-the-islamic-state-would-you-exchange-what-is-better-for-what-is-less-wilayat-%E1%B9%A3ala%E1%B8%A5-al-din/

Here. A daesh spokesman openly criticising members going to "infidel" countries rather than residing in a country with sharia law. Isis despises refugees. Their aim is to erase the middle ground on this debate, and they're doing it by pulling shit like this. Don't underestimate the opponent.
#30 - lostabyss (11/17/2015) [-]
so now there is a muslim conspiracy to stop immigration?

it doesnt matter though. there still should have been screening.
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#32 - beatmasterz (11/17/2015) [-]
I agree that there should be screening but it's retarded to say this was because of the refugees. And no it's not a conspiracy, it's damn obvious.
#41 - lostabyss (11/18/2015) [-]
no you are right. it isnt the refugees themselves, but the manner in which they came over and the handling of the situation. letting them come over by the thousands in near capsizing boats with no regard for potential terrorists onboard was definitely the problem.
User avatar
#42 - beatmasterz (11/18/2015) [-]
that's only a portion. an the terrorist that did pose as a refugee took the balkan route.