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PostPosted: Fri Apr 05, 2019 6:48 pm
 


Title: Iran responsible for deaths of 608 American troops in Iraq
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Posted By: N_Fiddledog
Date: 2019-04-03 09:33:57
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PostPosted: Fri Apr 05, 2019 6:48 pm
 


So if you‘re keeping score on Iraq, that’s 608 US troops killed by Iran, and 3,883 US troops killed by the Republican Party.


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PostPosted: Fri Apr 05, 2019 7:59 pm
 


You sure like quoting from the propaganda sheets.
Some of the editorial headlines
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Look at the science and stop the march toward legalized marijuana
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On the border, Democrats are the deniers
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PostPosted: Fri Apr 05, 2019 8:49 pm
 


4 words... weapons of mass destruction



Enough said.


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PostPosted: Fri Apr 05, 2019 10:39 pm
 


Women were once free in Iran. Maybe 1978?
Now not so much.


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PostPosted: Sat Apr 06, 2019 6:58 am
 


BeaverFever wrote:
So if you‘re keeping score on Iraq, that’s 608 US troops killed by Iran, and 3,883 US troops killed by the Republican Party.

Ghoul! :roll:


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BRAH wrote:
BeaverFever wrote:
So if you‘re keeping score on Iraq, that’s 608 US troops killed by Iran, and 3,883 US troops killed by the Republican Party.

Ghoul! :roll:


The ghouls are the Republican neocons who fabricated the fraudulent pretext for that war to begin with.

Deal with it.


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PostPosted: Sat Apr 06, 2019 9:23 am
 


BeaverFever wrote:
BRAH wrote:
BeaverFever wrote:
So if you‘re keeping score on Iraq, that’s 608 US troops killed by Iran, and 3,883 US troops killed by the Republican Party.

Ghoul! :roll:


The ghouls are the Republican neocons who fabricated the fraudulent pretext for that war to begin with.

Deal with it.

You're a Ghoul who uses the deaths of American soldiers to fuel his Derangement Syndrome, deal with it.


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PostPosted: Sat Apr 06, 2019 11:51 am
 


Oh my look at the Iran fans.

Tell me something. Where does all the Ayatollah love come from these days, anyway. How do they back that up when they sell it to you anyway?

I mean I get it - Saudis bad - but how do they convince you that only the Saudis can be bad?

Oh and Herb, sorry there wasn't a Russian collusion story for you.

Beave, a majority of Dems voted to attack Iraq too.

But what does any of that have to do with Iran being responsible for 608 American troops in Iraq?


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N_Fiddledog wrote:
Oh my look at the Iran fans.

Tell me something. Where does all the Ayatollah love come from these days, anyway. How do they back that up when they sell it to you anyway?

I mean I get it - Saudis bad - but how do they convince you that only the Saudis can be bad?

Oh and Herb, sorry there wasn't a Russian collusion story for you.

Beave, a majority of Dems voted to attack Iraq too.

But what does any of that have to do with Iran being responsible for 608 American troops in Iraq?


Oh the revisionism. The Iraq invasion was a non-controversial bipartisan initiative equally supported by both parties.

:roll:

When will the Republican gaslighting ever end?


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PostPosted: Sat Apr 06, 2019 12:56 pm
 


BRAH wrote:

You're a Ghoul who uses the deaths of American soldiers to fuel his Derangement Syndrome, deal with it.


Nothing ghoulish or deranged about holding the people responsible for needlessly sending those soldiers to their deaths. Deal with it


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PostPosted: Sat Apr 06, 2019 1:07 pm
 


BeaverFever wrote:
Oh the revisionism. The Iraq invasion was a non-controversial bipartisan initiative equally supported by both parties.


I don't know about equally but supported by both parties, yeah. That's correct.

Congratulations on finally getting something right. :wink:


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PostPosted: Sat Apr 06, 2019 1:18 pm
 


But getting away from the diversion from Iranian malfeasance by the regressive left's Iran-fans for a sec here's the kind of thing such fanboys should consider before getting their orders from above on the best ways to wash an Ayatollahs' feet.

You know how they say if you see one flea there's most likely a hundred you don't see?

Consider this.

Quote:
Clarion Project has discovered that a private Islamic school in Dearborn, Michigan is linked to diehard supporters of Hezbollah and the Iranian regime. The school teaches students from kindergarten through 9th grade.

Great Revelations Academy was founded in 2015 by open supporters of Grand Ayatollah Mohammad Hussein Fadlallah. By their own admission, the school’s founders are dedicated to spreading his message.

Fadlallah was a supporter of the 1979 Islamic Revolution in Iran and is considered to be a key inspirer of Hezbollah. Some go so far as to describe him as the terrorist group’s “spiritual leader.”

Fadlallah supported the 1983 bombing of the U.S. Marines barracks in Beirut that killed 241 U.S. Marines (who were serving as peacekeepers) as well as 58 French troops and six civilians.

In 2005, he reiterated his support for suicide bombings against Israel. When he died in Lebanon in 2010, Hezbollah called for three days of mourning. Iranian Supreme Leader Khamenei sent his condolences.

Ayad’s Qaim Project exalts Hezbollah, the Iranian-sponsored Lebanese terror group, as well as the terrorist group Hamas. Specifically, Ayad exalts the youth members of these two terror groups.

Particularly disturbing is the fact that the Qaim Project has a youth program.

On the project’s website is an article endorsing the Iranian regime, expressing an anti-American worldview and advocating for a Shiite-Sunni jihadist alliance (allied with Iran) against the West.

“The fact that I constantly advise our people and my audience against foreigners is not just because superpowers are foreigners. Rather that is because they have evil intentions. They seek to dominate us. They seek to humiliate Muslim nations and force them into complete conformity.”

The article celebrates Hezbollah’s performance in the 2006 war against Israel, boasting that “Lebanese resistance forces and the youth of Hezbollah inflicted a humiliating defeat on the Zionist regime.”

The article also urges Shiite-Sunni unity in the jihad against the so-called enemies of Islam, with Hamas being pointed to as a worthy ally.

It celebrates “the victory of the Palestinian Resistance Movement over their Zionist enemies in Gaza. That was a great and glorious victory … In addition, the Zionist regime and its supporters, especially the US, were disgraced in the world. They were publicly disgraced. That was a great victory for all Muslims.”

The Muslim world, it says, faces “two major obstacles to unity and we must think of a way to remove them.” The first obstacle is sectarian divisions. The second is building the capacity to “stand up to these enemies.”

“Global powers are easily and openly trampling on the rights of the Islamic Ummah [Islamic world]. And the Islamic Ummah is not able to defend its rights,” it says.


https://clarionproject.org/dearborn-isl ... agandists/

Now I get that you two most likely don't have a problem with that particular line of Iranian brainwashing for children in the West but think about this - they're telling you they're your enemy. Maybe you should believe them.


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PostPosted: Sat Apr 06, 2019 1:29 pm
 


N_Fiddledog wrote:
BeaverFever wrote:
Oh the revisionism. The Iraq invasion was a non-controversial bipartisan initiative equally supported by both parties.


I don't know about equally but supported by both parties, yeah. That's correct.

Congratulations on finally getting something right. :wink:


It was not “supported by both parties” and Republicans and Fox News screamed for years about exactly that fact, trying to assasinate the character of anyone who challenged their lies about Saddams non-existent WMD and 9/11 links


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PostPosted: Sat Apr 06, 2019 1:41 pm
 


N_Fiddledog wrote:
But getting away from the diversion from Iranian malfeasance by the regressive left's Iran-fans for a sec here's the kind of thing such fanboys should consider before getting their orders from above on the best ways to wash an Ayatollahs' feet.

You know how they say if you see one flea there's most likely a hundred you don't see?

Consider this.

Quote:
Clarion Project has discovered that a private Islamic school in Dearborn, Michigan is linked to diehard supporters of Hezbollah and the Iranian regime. The school teaches students from kindergarten through 9th grade.

Great Revelations Academy was founded in 2015 by open supporters of Grand Ayatollah Mohammad Hussein Fadlallah. By their own admission, the school’s founders are dedicated to spreading his message.

Fadlallah was a supporter of the 1979 Islamic Revolution in Iran and is considered to be a key inspirer of Hezbollah. Some go so far as to describe him as the terrorist group’s “spiritual leader.”

Fadlallah supported the 1983 bombing of the U.S. Marines barracks in Beirut that killed 241 U.S. Marines (who were serving as peacekeepers) as well as 58 French troops and six civilians.

In 2005, he reiterated his support for suicide bombings against Israel. When he died in Lebanon in 2010, Hezbollah called for three days of mourning. Iranian Supreme Leader Khamenei sent his condolences.

Ayad’s Qaim Project exalts Hezbollah, the Iranian-sponsored Lebanese terror group, as well as the terrorist group Hamas. Specifically, Ayad exalts the youth members of these two terror groups.

Particularly disturbing is the fact that the Qaim Project has a youth program.

On the project’s website is an article endorsing the Iranian regime, expressing an anti-American worldview and advocating for a Shiite-Sunni jihadist alliance (allied with Iran) against the West.

“The fact that I constantly advise our people and my audience against foreigners is not just because superpowers are foreigners. Rather that is because they have evil intentions. They seek to dominate us. They seek to humiliate Muslim nations and force them into complete conformity.”

The article celebrates Hezbollah’s performance in the 2006 war against Israel, boasting that “Lebanese resistance forces and the youth of Hezbollah inflicted a humiliating defeat on the Zionist regime.”

The article also urges Shiite-Sunni unity in the jihad against the so-called enemies of Islam, with Hamas being pointed to as a worthy ally.

It celebrates “the victory of the Palestinian Resistance Movement over their Zionist enemies in Gaza. That was a great and glorious victory … In addition, the Zionist regime and its supporters, especially the US, were disgraced in the world. They were publicly disgraced. That was a great victory for all Muslims.”

The Muslim world, it says, faces “two major obstacles to unity and we must think of a way to remove them.” The first obstacle is sectarian divisions. The second is building the capacity to “stand up to these enemies.”

“Global powers are easily and openly trampling on the rights of the Islamic Ummah [Islamic world]. And the Islamic Ummah is not able to defend its rights,” it says.


https://clarionproject.org/dearborn-isl ... agandists/

Now I get that you two most likely don't have a problem with that particular line of Iranian brainwashing for children in the West but think about this - they're telling you they're your enemy. Maybe you should believe them.


Nobody’s defending Iran except in your diseased mind


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