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Spartan5364
08-30-2013, 08:22 AM
http://thelede.blogs.nytimes.com/2013/08/29/facebook-post-said-to-be-by-assads-son-dares-americans-to-attack/?_r=0

http://graphics8.nytimes.com/images/2013/08/29/world/middleeast/wsw_hafez_assad_FB1/wsw_hafez_assad_FB1-blog480.png

MCrow
08-30-2013, 08:26 AM
He might change his opinion when Seal Team 6 is standing in his bedroom...lol.

ToPHeR35
08-30-2013, 08:34 AM
...and it's down...

Sneza
08-30-2013, 08:35 AM
http://marialourdesblog.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/03/democracy_will_come_to_you-300x250.jpg

MCrow
08-30-2013, 08:37 AM
http://marialourdesblog.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/03/democracy_will_come_to_you-300x250.jpg

Sadly too true. Not sure why we feel the need to force democracy on everyone. It seems pretty clear that most places in the middle east don't really want it.

illriginalized
08-30-2013, 08:51 AM
oh snap son LOL



Sadly too true. Not sure why we feel the need to force democracy on everyone. It seems pretty clear that most places in the middle east don't really want it.

You haven't figured it out? Democracy is a tool. Even when the majority votes against something, their media and government will lie and say majority vote for it. What are the sheep going to do? Go door to door to find out what the majority really voted? lol.. **** Democracy. **** the disease it plagues this world with.

kappakai
08-30-2013, 09:53 AM
Sadly too true. Not sure why we feel the need to force democracy on everyone. It seems pretty clear that most places in the middle east don't really want it.

You can't force it on people. Seems like it's a lesson we haven't learned yet, but the most vibrant recent democracies have all been grassroots/homegrown. Democracy is inherently unstable, something our founding fathers recognized. And instability is not always conducive to meeting the basic needs of a developing country; time and time again, you'll hear "you can't feed a family on votes." Most of the new democracies - South Korea, the Philippines, Taiwan - have emerged after a period of economic development. And in those countries, you see an American history of economic assistance and development, not bombs. If the US was truly interested in developing democracy in the Middle East, it would embark on a policy of economic development and social stability. But, rather it is more interested in instability. My guess... democracy was never the goal for the US in the ME.

kratosbrah
08-30-2013, 09:57 AM
inb4 mama assad gets killed by a drone strike

Roke
08-30-2013, 10:49 AM
oh snap son LOL




You haven't figured it out? Democracy is a tool. Even when the majority votes against something, their media and government will lie and say majority vote for it. What are the sheep going to do? Go door to door to find out what the majority really voted? lol.. **** Democracy. **** the disease it plagues this world with.

Let's face it, nothing works. Dictatorship doesn't work. Democracy doesn't work. We literally need some kind of super noble being, like superman, to rule over us because humans are designed to sin no matter what ideology or system they're given.

illriginalized
08-30-2013, 11:32 AM
Let's face it, nothing works. Dictatorship doesn't work. Democracy doesn't work. We literally need some kind of super noble being, like superman, to rule over us because humans are designed to sin no matter what ideology or system they're given.

True story.

Flakker
08-30-2013, 01:29 PM
oh snap son LOL

You haven't figured it out? Democracy is a tool. Even when the majority votes against something, their media and government will lie and say majority vote for it. What are the sheep going to do? Go door to door to find out what the majority really voted? lol.. **** Democracy. **** the disease it plagues this world with.

el oh el


You can't force it on people. Seems like it's a lesson we haven't learned yet, but the most vibrant recent democracies have all been grassroots/homegrown. Democracy is inherently unstable, something our founding fathers recognized. And instability is not always conducive to meeting the basic needs of a developing country; time and time again, you'll hear "you can't feed a family on votes." Most of the new democracies - South Korea, the Philippines, Taiwan - have emerged after a period of economic development. And in those countries, you see an American history of economic assistance and development, not bombs. If the US was truly interested in developing democracy in the Middle East, it would embark on a policy of economic development and social stability. But, rather it is more interested in instability. My guess... democracy was never the goal for the US in the ME.

Well, we have "embarked on economic development and social stability." But try as we might, it's pearls before swine.

We've learned that democracies are born of a strong middle class that favors liberty and treasures the civil society - the antithesis of conditions in the middle east.


Let's face it, nothing works. Dictatorship doesn't work. Democracy doesn't work. We literally need some kind of super noble being, like superman, to rule over us because humans are designed to sin no matter what ideology or system they're given.

Yeah, like the caliphate. *rolleyes*

Roke
08-31-2013, 06:40 AM
el oh el



Well, we have "embarked on economic development and social stability." But try as we might, it's pearls before swine.

We've learned that democracies are born of a strong middle class that favors liberty and treasures the civil society - the antithesis of conditions in the middle east.



Yeah, like the caliphate. *rolleyes*

Gotta be righteous though even when no one is looking, can a Caliphate handle this constantly? No, cause they too are human and will make mistakes.

aburn92
08-31-2013, 07:37 AM
He might change his opinion when Seal Team 6 is standing in his bedroom...lol.

You do know they are dead?

aburn92
08-31-2013, 07:42 AM
How does this 11 year old have such good english?

Obviously fake

ZioBot
08-31-2013, 08:13 AM
You do know they are dead?you do know its the name given to a 'unit'?

*Points and laughs*

BalkanPrince
08-31-2013, 10:26 AM
Uday and Qusay Saddam from the grave: "We knew that feel".

BpBrah
08-31-2013, 10:29 AM
Let's face it, nothing works. Dictatorship doesn't work. Democracy doesn't work. We literally need some kind of super noble being, like superman, to rule over us because humans are designed to sin no matter what ideology or system they're given.

What you just described is called a benevolent dictatorship. It would require a (near) homogeneous population and is completely unrealistic as all men, profound or not, die one day and their empires fall to ruin.

Some men truly are Napoleon's, Rodion

illriginalized
08-31-2013, 01:03 PM
How does this 11 year old have such good english?

Obviously fake

... You do realize there's children much more intelligent than majority of this chit hole planet, right?

Just sayin'

kusok
08-31-2013, 02:13 PM
He might change his opinion when Seal Team 6 is standing in his bedroom...lol.


How would you feel about that? Real big man you are, there is nothing LOL about this scenario, a bunch of useless phaggots with guns in the bedroom of a child.


oh, also, which members of Seal Team 6? Because they have an interesting misfortune to be blown up on US army helicopters... hmm... wow aint' that something, you get 20 people on an old helicopter that NEVER is used in such manner and NEVER packed ALL the members on one bird, and then it gets shot down, or accident? hmm.... sounds super legit... then the families of the dead members are told bodies are burned beyond recognition, but then it's reveled that they are NOT burned at all... hmm... then parents of the dead Seal Team 6 members are talking to congress and congressmen are speechless when they see the lies of US government..

kusok
08-31-2013, 02:15 PM
How does this 11 year old have such good english?

Obviously fake


I too feel it's likely fake since it doesn't seem like a typical way a child talks or thinks, and given the social status of this particular child I would imagine he doesn't just go on facebook and post stuff that the people who look after him don't check and keep an eye on. But as far as English goes, many children speak VERY good English abroad.