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    Quote Originally Posted by Rising Sun* View Post
    What comes out of the posts in this thread is, distressingly:

    1. Ordinary people have little confidence in their leaders, regardless of their nation.
    2. Ordinary people suffer in some nations because of the bad decisions of their leaders and other leaders, in most, if not all, nations.
    3. If ordinary people's interests and concerns were pursued by politicians, the world would be a very much better place.
    Signed under each statement!! But this seditious posts, mate, make me to conclude that the main enemy of ordinary peoples like you and me - are our own politicans and govenments. Is this sort of thinking legal on this forum?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chevan View Post
    But there is a lot of artificial multi-national countries in the region - pick any of neighbourd. Like Israel Had it been soundly to overtake the Saddam to install the another regime , that wasn't proper for that country
    Point taken. There was talk of splitting Iraq into three nations: "Sunnistan", "Shiastan", and Kurdistan. But the complexity of dividing oil revenue and the objection of the Turks and Iranians to creating a home for Kurds killed the idea. The latter is probably going to happen anyway at the expense of Iraq and Syria...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chevan View Post
    Signed under each statement!! But this seditious posts, mate, make me to conclude that the main enemy of ordinary peoples like you and me - are our own politicans and govenments.
    Reality posts, mate, not sedition!

    Politicians are by nature power-seeking arseholes, otherwise they wouldn't want to run other people's lives instead of being content with their own lives.

    The rest of us just want to live good and reasonable lives with a fair chance for our children and ourselves in every aspect of life, be they education, jobs, etc


    Quote Originally Posted by Chevan View Post
    Is this sort of thinking legal on this forum?
    Yes.

    Alas, it's not legal in some countries and pretty much impossible in most countries where thinking of fairness is overwhelmed by the power which comes with the money which gets power-seeking arseholes into positions where they can profit for themselves and their mates at our expense.

    EDIT: And I don't mean necessarily minor countries. Consider only this: Trump could be US President = Money wins.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rising Sun* View Post
    EDIT: And I don't mean necessarily minor countries. Consider only this: Trump could be US President = Money wins.
    if the election exists for power-seeking arseholes to take the profit at our expense- what sense to go to the election for us? Is this circus exist as expensive tv-show - and we select nothing- why to participate in the show. Don't know how you - but i ignore the putin's election last 15 years Nothing is depend on us- why to lose time then?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nickdfresh View Post
    Point taken. There was talk of splitting Iraq into three nations: "Sunnistan", "Shiastan", and Kurdistan. But the complexity of dividing oil revenue and the objection of the Turks and Iranians to creating a home for Kurds killed the idea. The latter is probably going to happen anyway at the expense of Iraq and Syria...
    Yeah the Kurds is a disaster for entire region. Seems the national-separation is waiting for Syria as well. Hard to reach a peace in society after civil war . This is however a pure cynism and act of agression toward the previously independent state - is the separation of Ukraine , folowed the crimea annextion , not the such an attempt to resolve the national troubles by dividing the teritories, which is damnable by the west?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rising Sun* View Post
    Reality posts, mate, not sedition!

    Politicians are by nature power-seeking arseholes, otherwise they wouldn't want to run other people's lives instead of being content with their own lives.

    The rest of us just want to live good and reasonable lives with a fair chance for our children and ourselves in every aspect of life, be they education, jobs, etc




    Yes.

    Alas, it's not legal in some countries and pretty much impossible in most countries where thinking of fairness is overwhelmed by the power which comes with the money which gets power-seeking arseholes into positions where they can profit for themselves and their mates at our expense.

    EDIT: And I don't mean necessarily minor countries. Consider only this: Trump could be US President = Money wins.
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    Whether the end is nigh, I am not sure. One thing I am sure of is that the attempts of the (normally very well organized) ISIS to establish a territorial Caliphate in Iraq and Syria may have been a serious mistake. Guerilla-type movements that have tried the same, without strong direct support from a "sponsor", tend to come to grief when confronted by conventional opponents. ISIS might be in much worse trouble, in their territorial manifestation, if their many opponents could combine effectively against them. Even the Kurds can't seem to do this between themselves. Guerilla-type movements that commit themselves to occupying territory make themselves targets. It might be an argument for the West to gird its loins, and do something about Libya. The ISIS threat there might evaporate fairly quickly.

    The "incorpeal Caliphate" might prove another matter. There have been reports that ISIS is considering "splitting" into two semi-autonomous divisions, one defending the terrestrial Caliphate, and one concentrating on spreading attacks into Europe and the Americas. If this happened, it would converting the latter ISIS division into something more like Al-Quaeda This seems a much more feasible mode of operation for ISIS. We may not be rid of the swine yet ... Yours from Palmyra, JR.

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    be smart.
    which neighboring country/race is silently running the black-hud-monkey 13th. century show behind the scene (among many other shows) ?

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    Seems we've meet a well informed member here
    So which country do you mind? The same one which i think?

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    Sniper takes out ISIS executioner from a mile away

    By Emily Saul

    September 11, 2016 | 5:00pm
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    A sharpshooter killed a top ISIS executioner and three other jihadists with a single bullet from nearly a mile away — just seconds before the fiend was set to burn 12 hostages alive with a flamethrower, according to a new report.

    The British Special Air Service marksman turned one of the most hated terrorists in Syria into a fireball by using a Barett .50-caliber rifle to strike a fuel tank affixed to the jihadi’s back, the UK’s Daily Star reported Sunday.

    The pack exploded, killing the sadistic terrorist and three of his flunkies, who were supposed to film the execution, last month, the paper said.

    The ISIS butcher — who reportedly delighted in burning hostages alive — had been on a US “kill list” for several months, sources told the paper, which did not identify the sniper or the executioner.

    He and his band of wicked men had been traveling around ISIS-held compounds in Syria slaughtering civilians labeled as spies.

    Their prisoners were tied to stakes or thrown in cages before being torched by the executioner, according to the report.

    ISIS started using flamethrowers after the torture method was popularized in North Korea.

    The ISIS killer was so feared that his victims would beg to be shot rather than be set on fire.

    Just before the sniper rescue operation outside of Raqqa, Syria, “the SAS team moved into an overwatch position above a village where they were told the execution was going to take place,” a source told the Star.

    “Up to 12 civilians were going to be murdered — eight men and four women.

    “The executioner gave some sort of rambling speech . . . then when he finished, the SAS sniper opened fire,” the source said.

    The captives were then rescued by British and US special forces.

    The rescue comes just months after another SAS sniper killed two ISIS car bombers as they drove toward Libya. The sniper’s bullet went through the driver’s skull and into the passenger’s neck, taking both out.

    Source: The NY Post

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    Many thanks to all of those men for taking out the trash. (Thanks also to Barrett )

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nickdfresh View Post
    Sniper takes out ISIS executioner from a mile away

    By Emily Saul

    September 11, 2016 | 5:00pm
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    A sharpshooter killed a top ISIS executioner and three other jihadists with a single bullet from nearly a mile away — just seconds before the fiend was set to burn 12 hostages alive with a flamethrower, according to a new report.

    The British Special Air Service marksman turned one of the most hated terrorists in Syria into a fireball by using a Barett .50-caliber rifle to strike a fuel tank affixed to the jihadi’s back, the UK’s Daily Star reported Sunday.

    The pack exploded, killing the sadistic terrorist and three of his flunkies, who were supposed to film the execution, last month, the paper said.

    The ISIS butcher — who reportedly delighted in burning hostages alive — had been on a US “kill list” for several months, sources told the paper, which did not identify the sniper or the executioner.

    He and his band of wicked men had been traveling around ISIS-held compounds in Syria slaughtering civilians labeled as spies.

    Their prisoners were tied to stakes or thrown in cages before being torched by the executioner, according to the report.

    ISIS started using flamethrowers after the torture method was popularized in North Korea.

    The ISIS killer was so feared that his victims would beg to be shot rather than be set on fire.

    Just before the sniper rescue operation outside of Raqqa, Syria, “the SAS team moved into an overwatch position above a village where they were told the execution was going to take place,” a source told the Star.

    “Up to 12 civilians were going to be murdered — eight men and four women.

    “The executioner gave some sort of rambling speech . . . then when he finished, the SAS sniper opened fire,” the source said.

    The captives were then rescued by British and US special forces.

    The rescue comes just months after another SAS sniper killed two ISIS car bombers as they drove toward Libya. The sniper’s bullet went through the driver’s skull and into the passenger’s neck, taking both out.

    Source: The NY Post
    Much as I'd like it to be true, I doubt it.

    Basic science is that petrol won’t burn, never mind explode the tank it is in, without oxygen.

    There is no oxygen in a full tank of petrol, so it can’t burn in the tank regardless of an ignition source penetrating the tank. One assumes that the ISIS thug would have a full tank if he’s about to burn 12 people. Even if the tank isn’t full, the fuel / air ratio necessary for explosion wouldn’t be reached until the tank is close to empty.

    Even if the necessary fuel / air ratio was present, and bearing in mind the basic principle of the internal combustion engine, an uncompressed mixture of fuel and air will only burn, not explode (Okay, an explosion is just a very fast rate of burn, but that rate won't be achieved with an uncompressed fuel / air mixture.) I doubt there was sufficient compression in the flamethrower tank to cause an explosion.

    Assuming this ISIS butcher fiend and his band of wicked flunkies (Emily Saul's writing style would be more at home in a 1950s edition of Boys Own Paper, along with the improbable story about exploding the flamethrower guy and his wicked flunkies) had any sort of vaguely modern military flamethrower, such as one made during or after WW1, it wouldn’t be a petrol in the tank but probably something more like napalm, which is even harder to ignite than petrol.

    I very much doubt any standard rifle projectile, .50 cal or otherwise, is going set fire to a closed flamethrower tank, let alone explode it and wipe out four people. I seem to recall Mythbusters or some other crew trying to do this with normal rounds and even tracer, and failing.

    Apart from the problems with basic science, the story is based on anonymous sources and is probably the fanciful invented military reporting equivalent of a women’s magazine latest breathless article on the size of the Kardashians’ arse implants or Jennifer Aniston’s latest baby bump / miscarriage / resumption of relationship with Brad somebody / betrayal by her current bloke etc etc etc. (I catch up on this bullshit every six months when I have a dental check, as my dentist is too cheap to buy decent car magazines and has rejected my request to put a pole dancer in his waiting room.)
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    The possibility of setting alight to a fuel tank may be remote to non existant with a standard round - but Tracer? I have set alight to rather a lot of grass land with that.

    I believe there are HEIAP type rounds used for anti material use with various 0.5" rifles (the British mostly use the Accuracy International L121A1 rather than the Barret)
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    For the U.S. military, the standard round for any .5" weapons is an API (armor piercing, incendiary,) Also available in Trace. APIT There are also the MK211 Roufoss rounds that have explosive bullets with some additional refinements. Either of these would be likely to cause a fireball if used on pressurized tanks. There are of course several different marks of non A.P. incendiary etc. 50 BMG which would not be likely to set off the flame thrower tanks. I don't have a pic of the API, but I do of a raufoss round.
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    Quote Originally Posted by tankgeezer View Post
    For the U.S. military, the standard round for any .5" weapons is an API (armor piercing, incendiary,) Also available in Trace. APIT There are also the MK211 Roufoss rounds that have explosive bullets with some additional refinements. Either of these would be likely to cause a fireball if used on pressurized tanks. There are of course several different marks of non A.P. incendiary etc. 50 BMG which would not be likely to set off the flame thrower tanks. I don't have a pic of the API, but I do of a raufoss round.
    A quick look at the Raufoss round does says it is in use with the British Military and does sound like one of the rounds we were instructed about for use for anti material work (I never got to actually play with the weapon or rounds though, just told they were out there).
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