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#68 - robuntu (08/27/2016) [-]
Yawn. False equivalency is false. Logic 101....

Solders don't take it upon themselves to enter Syria. If they did, I'd say the same shit. Solders are part of a huge chain of command and represent the will and collective force of their country. They also show up prepared for the task at hand.

There is a huge difference between a group of trained firemen responding to a fire, and some chick who got high and lit 30 candles in her bedroom....who then gets burned when she knocked them over.

Different things are different.
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#72 - metalguitarest (08/27/2016) [-]
I don't why you're getting thumbed down you have a wonderful point. I say that Fj has gotten so fucking soft they can't take when someone starts calling them out. You're absolutely right when it comes to the military (I'm a Marine) and even so we all know damn well what we signed up for.
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#65 - robuntu (08/27/2016) [-]
1.) I don't know anything about this person's political views.
2.) I don't care about this person's political views.
3.) They *choose* to put themselves in an extremely dangerous situation.
4.) Now they want help from other people who will have to put themselves into a dangerous situation.

It's like people who want to climb a mountain but aren't prepared and then they expect rescue helicopters and shit to come and save them. Sometimes you do stupid shit and you get fucked. Even if your intentions were good.

Nobody deserves to be kidnapped - but you wanna know one good way to avoid that shit? If you're a white chick, stay the fuck out of Syria.

Either this chick was stupid as fuck and refused to believe in the horrors that you find everyday in places like Syria.....or she knew what she was getting into. If it's the former, well....that sucks. She can serve as a lesson for other naive white chicks. If it's the later, well....I respect her sacrifice, but she should have realized nobody was going to be able to help her.

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#125 - drldrl (08/27/2016) [-]
Let's torture and rape you for a while and see if you ask people to help.
Fuck you, anyone in that situation would ask for help.
#146 - robuntu (08/27/2016) [-]
A more apt fictional situation would be if you said, 'Come to my house and I'll torture and rape you for a while....'

Because, being a reasonable person, I would choose not to show up.

ISIS's involvement in Syria and the state of Syria in general is not a secret. It's well known. People are advised to stay the fuck out of Syria for a reason.

And I never said I didn't expect her to ask for help. My point is that she can't expect help. Anyone who knows anything about Syria or ISIS or what happens to people who are caught knows that it's an incredibly dangerous situation. In no time at all, nobody will know where she is. It's hard to track terrorist movements. She'll be in a fortified location, with a bunch of towelheads with itchy trigger fingers.

The US Government *did* send a rescue party. I'm sure you'd know that, because nobody on FJ would just sound off about shit they know nothing about.

The raid failed because....shocking....ISIS had moved her. That's kind of what they do. They'd keep her alive as long as possible and try to use her for financial or political gain. And they did. They tried to trade her for a terrorist named Aafia Siddiqui.

People risked their lives to save her. People possibly died trying to save her. The details of that particular military engagement won't be found online. We have no idea how many people died because she want to go to Syria, even though the US government told her not to.

Of course she asked for help.

The question is, how many people's lives are you willing to trade in an attempt to possibly save one girl who shouldn't have been there in the first place? Hell, the organization she was 'with' even disowned her and said she wasn't an employee/had no business being there. (Doctor's without boarders).

#89 - dalmacu (08/27/2016) [-]
"It's like people who want to climb a mountain but aren't prepared then they expect rescue helicopters and shit to come and save them"
hmm okay but what if (and maybe ) she was prepared for this, but something went wrong. IE an avalanche or something. so she's stuck and it's *NOT HER FAULT*
is she still not deserving of assistance? I mean not like she helped other people off the mountain or anything, RIGHT?!
#100 - robuntu (08/27/2016) [-]
I'm not sure if you are being serious or not....but there isn't any point in hypothetical scenarios. We know what she did, it's well documented.

No doubt, she was a caring person who wanted to help. But was she *prepared*? Of course not. How do I know that?

She was a white, Christian American girl who traveled to *SYRIA*. Syria doesn't fuck around.

Here is what the US Government says:
travel.state.gov/content/passports/en/alertswarnings/syria-travel-warning.html
No part of Syria should be considered safe from violence. The potential for hostile acts exists throughout the country, including kidnappings and the use of chemical warfare against civilians. Shelling and aerial bombardment, including of densely populated urban areas, have significantly raised the risk of death or serious injury. The destruction of infrastructure, housing, medical facilities, schools, and power and water utilities has also increased hardships inside the country.

There is a terrorist threat from violent extremist groups including ISIL, formerly known as al-Qa’ida in Iraq (AQI), the al-Nusrah Front (al-Qa’ida’s Syrian branch), and others. Tactics for these groups include the use of suicide bombers, kidnapping, use of small and heavy arms, and improvised explosive devices in major city centers, including Damascus, Aleppo, Hamah, Dara, Homs, Idlib, and Dayr al-Zawr. U.S. citizens have been specifically targeted for kidnapping, both for ransom and political purposes, and murdered by members of terrorist and violent extremist groups in Syria. U.S. citizens have disappeared within Syria.

Stop and read that for a second. The US Government flat out says, 'Do not go here - people will fucking kill you'.

She *went* to Syria. There is no preparations that could have kept her safe. Which is why the US Government flat out tells people not to go.

This would be like if there was a giant sign put up saying, 'Trail is dangerous - do not enter' and then someone decided to enter anyway.

*No part of Syria should be considered safe from violence*

The only 'prepared' way for a white, Christian, American woman to enter Syria (at least in now - maybe it'll change in 20 years) is as part of the military. That's it. She went on her own. She's not trained to deal with the situation. She didn't have the proper equipment. She didn't have the proper support. The US Government EXPLICITLY advises against doing what she did. She did it anyway. She did it by her own free will. Nobody forced her to go. She did it against the advise of the US government.

You can say a lot of things about her. You can call her a hero or a martyr or an idiot and you could make a strong argument to support your claim. But you cant say she was prepared. She wasn't. She couldn't possibly have been. And the tragic outcome of her trip demonstrates that.
#141 - dalmacu (08/27/2016) [-]
hm okay so how does that make her wrong for asking for help
how the fuck could it hurt to ask for help
you mean she's supposed to sit around and get her asshole tickled whenever however, and because she went to syria, this is her punishment for trying to help?
Yeah she wasnt prepared
Yeah she went to syria to help people
but who's to say good people don't deserve good things? at least from my perspective.
the way you came off, you sounded like a complete asshole dude. lets be honest
also did you thumbsdown drldrl's comment?
#145 - robuntu (08/27/2016) [-]
Does it make her 'wrong' for asking for help? No. I'm not surprised she asked for help.

But it's a non-trivial question as to whether or not anyone *should* try to help her. Going to Syria is dangerous. It's really dangerous. And she should not have done it. But once she went, she was captured by a terrorist organization.

To 'rescue' her - you need to expose a lot more people to a LOT more danger.

How do you find her? Right? It's pretty non-trivial to track terrorist organizations effectively. She was shipped around quite a bit. To fortified locations. Protected by members of a terrorist organization.

Nobody knew where she was. And the longer she was missing, the more the locations she could have been increased. Remember how long it took to find Osama Bin Laden? It's like that.

What's your plan for sending help? Just get some troops and have them raid every known/suspected terrorist location in Syria? How many people would die in the attempt to rescue her? Hint: it would be a lot.

Why is it fair to ask 10, 50, or a 100 people to lay down their lives in an attempt to save hers? Keeping in mind that she specifically choose every course of action she took. The people you'd be sending in to rescue her, well....I don't think you'll find any volunteers. You'd be talking about the military. And while people in the military are willing to die for their country, it's not a request we should take lightly.

In a perfect, fictional world, yes - we'd just 'send help'.
In the real world - it doesn't work that way. We don't even know where to send them. And if we did send them, there is a very high probability that some of them will die. AND there is a very high probability that by the time they get there, the girl will have been moved, or already killed.

Asking for help....I don't blame her. Expecting help? Anyone who knows anything about the situation in Syria would know that you can expect help. It's just not likely to come. The only safe thing she could have done was to not enter Syria. Doing so puts more lives at risk, than she could expect to help by doing her humanitarian thing in Syria.

And, if you actually took five minutes to read about what really happened....you'd know that the US Government mounted a rescue attempt. We *did* try to help her....but ISIS had moved by the time the strike force arrived. Then she was used a political bartering chip - ISIS tried to swap her for Aafia Siddiqui. ProTip: Aafia Siddiqui can do far more harm than she can do good.

I can't find any details on the rescue attempt. For all we know, members of the US military were killed attempting to rescue her.

Finally, if you want to get pissed at anyone - the Doctor's Without Border's organization, that she was 'hanging out with' decided NOT to negotiate with ISIS for her return, but they did get a dozen or so of their employees release. Of course, that really makes a clear statement that even the humanitarian organization she was 'helping' didn't really want her there.

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#66 - teevee (08/27/2016) [-]
alright then. i guess soldiers deserve to die because they CHOSE to put themselves in a dangerous situation and then want help when things go wrong. what pussies, right? she wasn't some dumb white girl with a "refugees welcome" sign. she put herself in danger to help save lives.
#68 - robuntu (08/27/2016) [-]
Yawn. False equivalency is false. Logic 101....

Solders don't take it upon themselves to enter Syria. If they did, I'd say the same shit. Solders are part of a huge chain of command and represent the will and collective force of their country. They also show up prepared for the task at hand.

There is a huge difference between a group of trained firemen responding to a fire, and some chick who got high and lit 30 candles in her bedroom....who then gets burned when she knocked them over.

Different things are different.
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#72 - metalguitarest (08/27/2016) [-]
I don't why you're getting thumbed down you have a wonderful point. I say that Fj has gotten so fucking soft they can't take when someone starts calling them out. You're absolutely right when it comes to the military (I'm a Marine) and even so we all know damn well what we signed up for.
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