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ISIS secretive branch built a Network of Killers

Discussion in 'BBS Hangout: Debate & Discussion' started by Amiga, Aug 3, 2016.

  1. Amiga

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  2. sirbaihu

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    Let the usual posters start peeing their pants with fear.
     
  3. justtxyank

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    Just like Trump rooted for a recession, he and his supporters root for terror attacks.
     
  4. Dairy Ashford

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    Does Augusta National have a "secret" clique full of rich, Southern assholes?
     
  5. Torn n Frayed

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    No, I think they're quite open about their assholedness over at Augusta.
     
  6. Amiga

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    Few thoughts.

    ISIS is savvy and well organize, making them much more dangerous. At the same time, with structure, the ability to detect and destroy them is easier. We probably already have spies in there network and it might explain ISIS public showing of them killing suspected spies.

    No surprise here, but Europe is facing the blunt of their attacks and the US is not. A combination of terrorism intelligence & detection, proximity, and maybe even propaganda isn't nearly as effective toward people living here vs in Europe (religious freedom and opportunities are better in the US?). European regions need to think hard about flow and movement of people into ISIS territories and back to their country, and what to do with those people once they are back.

     
  7. sirbaihu

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    Better look out! Sometimes "ISIS" is fake.

     
  8. bongman

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    Was he tortured to do this?
     
  9. Rocket River

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    Is this surprising?
    Isn't it what they do?

    QUESTION: What does ISIL want?

    Rocket River
     
  10. pirc1

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    Go back to 400-500 years ago.
     
  11. sirbaihu

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    ISIS is a joke in comparison to the United States. By the way, no one knows who they really are.
     
  12. AroundTheWorld

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    You should step away from the keyboard. Gather yourself, you freak.
     
  13. sirbaihu

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    LOL when I wrote this, I was thinking of you :*

    What's the fear factor today?
     
  14. sirbaihu

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    FBI encouraging "ISIS," again!

     
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    Most interesting parts to me:

    [QUOTE]“They mostly use people who are new Muslims, who are converts,” he said. Those “clean” converts “get in contact with the people, and they give them the message.” And in the case of some videotaped pledges of allegiance, the go-between can then send the video on to the handler in Europe, who uploads it for use by the Islamic State’s propaganda channels.[/QUOTE]


     
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    LOL. ISIS wishes they had carrier groups.
     
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    Isis inspired me to pursue my dreams ,I had always wanted to run my private island ,where good looking people can find shelter from the ugly, we can generate a lot of money by manufacturing drugs ,banana crops and offshore accounts ,it's possible , seems like no one is serious enough to crush them so they should not stop me and my gorgeous people to do so.
     
  18. Mathloom

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    lol all the words in that article to satisfy the fear fetish. Well played.
     
  19. glynch

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    Yeah ISIS gonna git us while we are just sitting peacefully before our computer or TV screens.

    Time for another or two trillion bucks for the global war on terror or whatever we are calling it this year.

    Time for our six big media networks to rake in some more money as blood and fear really get people to watch the "news".
     
  20. glynch

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    Careful you are challenging the control mechanism/narrative here which is in some ways as severe and effective as that used by ISIS to control the population in their area of the world.
     

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