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ilunatique
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posted April 19, 2017 03:52 AM     Click Here to See the Profile for ilunatique     Edit/Delete Message   Reply w/Quote
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posted April 19, 2017 03:56 AM     Click Here to See the Profile for ilunatique     Edit/Delete Message   Reply w/Quote
I cant help but remember the album of Muse : Drones. From 2015.
Muse always sings about political stuff, and being a puppet is enough.

I will write about it here later on.


Few points:

He has a music video showing year 2025 where there is war. (Muse-Revolt

The album sings about how all the states will crumble and there will be nothing left to cherish.

He says: A lot of fans keep tweeting, asking what song is the sequel to ‘Citizen Erased’ – it’s a song called ‘The Globalist’ which is basically a narrative within itself about the rise and fall of a dictator, the end of the world, World War Three and all the good stuff.

GLOBALIST
There's no culture left
To love and cherish
It's gone, you know it's gone for good
A trillion memories
Lost in space and time for ever more
I just wanted
I just needed to be loved

I mean... i dont watch the tv much and i know ISIS is only growing with each passing day, there is Korea, Turkey Russia....(dictators) im not surprised

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posted April 19, 2017 04:38 AM     Click Here to See the Profile for anonymidarkness     Edit/Delete Message   Reply w/Quote
I think there is one on the horizon, I'd be surprised if it does not happen in the next 10 years, I'd be shocked actually. If and when it takes place, it's definitely going to be the most destructive, like Einstein said " I know not with what weapons World War III will be fought, but World War IV will be fought with sticks and stones. " so I'mma enjoy every breath while it lasts. It'll be interesting though, to test my survival skills, and if I do survive, I will have quite a story to tell.

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posted April 20, 2017 07:59 AM     Click Here to See the Profile for TensionEmpire     Edit/Delete Message   Reply w/Quote
what? war?? call the germans!!!

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posted April 20, 2017 09:13 AM     Click Here to See the Profile for anonymidarkness     Edit/Delete Message   Reply w/Quote
^ Haha

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posted April 20, 2017 11:34 AM     Click Here to See the Profile for nordicsoul     Edit/Delete Message   Reply w/Quote
we all have the power (IN OUR MIND) to not connect with these energies. there are energies trying to get everybody into war mood, creating artificial enemies, creating divisions everywhere.

watch out for any misleading information trying to engage population into hatre toward other humans because of their politial beliefs, religions, etcnicity, etc...

we all are in the same boat name EARTH. and we need to start looking at the other humans as our brothers and sisters. if the majority think that way, no war will be possible, no matter how hard some evil forces try. nothing will happen if the majority do not get dragged by the agenda of the war promoters..

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posted April 21, 2017 05:21 PM     Click Here to See the Profile for Randall     Edit/Delete Message   Reply w/Quote
The Russians keep flying around Alaska. They must not know their obsolete planes were built in the 50s.

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posted April 22, 2017 03:17 PM     Click Here to See the Profile for Randall     Edit/Delete Message   Reply w/Quote
Saber rattling.

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posted April 23, 2017 04:08 PM     Click Here to See the Profile for Randall     Edit/Delete Message   Reply w/Quote
On the part of the Russians.

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posted May 03, 2017 09:33 PM     Click Here to See the Profile for TensionEmpire     Edit/Delete Message   Reply w/Quote
When my Father was born, there where still bombs falling on his city.
I don`t know much about it, but he came talk to me not now, but last year or so, and how stuff where getting messier, and he talked in a way that I could see that war for him is no good.
But my generation is different, they say that we are the first generation that have no ressentment anymore of the past war.
My thoughts about war and chaos come since I am a child.
If you ask me, I can only say that I think that people will die with or without war.

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posted July 16, 2017 02:31 PM     Click Here to See the Profile for Randall     Edit/Delete Message   Reply w/Quote
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Originally posted by TensionEmpire:
When my Father was born, there where still bombs falling on his city.
I don`t know much about it, but he came talk to me not now, but last year or so, and how stuff where getting messier, and he talked in a way that I could see that war for him is no good.
But my generation is different, they say that we are the first generation that have no ressentment anymore of the past war.
My thoughts about war and chaos come since I am a child.
If you ask me, I can only say that I think that people will die with or without war.

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posted September 17, 2017 06:05 PM     Click Here to See the Profile for Randall     Edit/Delete Message   Reply w/Quote
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posted April 15, 2018 03:32 PM     Click Here to See the Profile for Randall     Edit/Delete Message   Reply w/Quote
No casualties with the Syrian bombing.

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posted April 15, 2018 05:25 PM     Click Here to See the Profile for todd     Edit/Delete Message   Reply w/Quote
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Originally posted by Randall:
No casualties with the Syrian bombing.

https://www.veteranstoday.com/2018/04/14/486752/?utm_source=April+15th%2C++2018&utm_campaign=VT+Ne wsletter&utm_medium=email
US Defeat by Syria, Huge Media Cover-up
Fake gas attack, defeated missile attack and the lie machines go on and on
…by Gordon Duff and Jim W. Dean, with Bassam Barakat
The Pentagon lied about it all. Three sites weren’t attacked, 28 were and almost all US missiles were downed.Why?
Russia had given Syria 40 Pantsir S2 mobile air defense systems which protected all high value targets including, and this is a rumor, an attempt to kill Assad in his home above the Damascus skyline. This is from the attack last year, more video will be coming up.
The most important sites were totally protected, some got one hit or more and the long abandoned “research center” that Trump brags about, emptied out in 2013, was undefended by Syria.
The video we are seeing shows the hits, empty buildings, no furniture, no fixtures, no cars, buildings stripped clean and abandoned hit in Trump’s billion dollar “wag the dog” attack
This is a Pantsir S2
To cover their fat behinds, the Perfumed Princes of the Pentagon claimed they were trying to hit only 3 facilities including the place where, according to the orange blimp Trump, Syria invented Chlorine Gas.(first synthesized in England in 1638 according to Wikipedia, but what do we know?)
The kicker will be this, will Russia deliver the S300 to Syria as they warned today? That will end Israel’s ability to ever hit Iran or operate freely over Saudi Arabia.
The other rumor is that Iran is borrowing Russian bombers.

https://www.veteranstoday.com/2018/04/15/the-syria-attack-duff-and-scott-rickard-on-press-tv-broader-coverage-censored-in-us/?utm_source=April+15th%2C++2018&utm_campaign=VT+Ne wsletter&utm_medium=email
71 Out of 103 Destroyed: Here’s How Syria’s Air Defense Repelled West’s Missiles
Perhaps the most surprising news surrounding the US, British and French strike on Syria Saturday morning was the report that the country’s Air Defense Force managed to shoot down just shy of 70% of the Western cruise missiles launched. Sputnik looks at how the Syrians managed to do it.
The Damascus sky lights up missile fire as the U.S. launches an attack on Syria targeting different parts of the capital early Saturday, April 14, 2018
The Western attack, executed this morning at 4:00 am Syrian time on April 14, saw US Navy warships in the Red Sea and Air Force B-1B bombers and F-15 and F-16 aircraft rain dozens of ship and air-launched cruise missiles down on the Syrian capital of Damascus, an airbase outside the city, a so-called chemical weapons storage facility near Homs, and an equipment storage facility and command post, also near Homs.
B1-Bs are typically armed with JASSM cruise missiles, which have a 450 kg warhead and a range of 370 km. US Navy warships launched Tomahawks, which have 450 kg warheads and an operational range of between 1,300 and 2,500 km.
French Rafale fighter jets prepare to take off late April 13, 2018 from the Saint-Dizier military base in eastern France, in this picture released April 14, 2018 by the French Military
What We Know So Far on Missile Strike on Syria Launched Before Probe Into Douma “Chemical Attack” Started
The British Royal Air Force’s contribution for the assault consisted of four Tornado GR4 ground attack aircraft armed with the Storm Shadow long-range air-to-surface missile, which the UK’s Defense Ministry said targeted ‘chemical weapons sites’ in Homs. These weapons have a range of 400 km.
Finally, France sent its Aquitaine frigate, armed with SCALP naval land attack cruise missiles (SCALP the French military’s name for the Storm Shadow), as well as several Dassault Rafale fighters, also typically armed with SCALP or Apache cruise missiles.
According to the Russian defense ministry, the B-1Bs also fired GBU-38 guided air
British Royal Air Force Tornado GR4 aircraft is seen on the tarmac at the British airbase at Akrotiri, near Cyprus’ second city of Limassol on December 3, 2015
French Rafale fighter jets prepare to take off late April 13, 2018 from the Saint-Dizier military base in eastern France in this picture released April 14, 2018 by the French Military
Undoubtedly weary of the prospect of having their aircraft shot down after Israel lost one of its F-16s over Syria in February, the Western powers presumably launched their weapons from well outside the range of Syrian air defenses, with all the targets located just 70-90 km of the Mediterranean Sea, and having to fly through Lebanon first.
However, notwithstanding the powerful collection of weaponry arrayed against them, the Syrian Army seems to have managed, for the most part, to blunt the attack.
Several hours after the strikes, the Russian Defense Ministry reported that the majority of the missiles launched were intercepted by Syria’s Air Defense Force, who shot down some 71 of the 103 cruise missiles detected. This included the interception of all 12 missiles launched at the Al-Dumyar airbase northeast of Damascus. Syrian media, for its part, reported that the military had destroyed 20 missiles over Damascus alone.
#Rudskoy: attacked #Syrian airbases: Duwali- 4 msl, all downed; Al-Dumayr — 12 msl, all downed, Blai – 18 msl, all downed; Shayrat — 12 msl, all downed. 5 out of 9 msl were downed targeting unoccupied Mazzeh airbase, and 13 out 16 msl countered targeting Homs airdrome
— #SYRIA: 7 out of 30 missiles targeting facilities near Barzah and Jaramana were shot down. The facilities allegedly related to the so-called “Damascus military chemical programme”. The objects have not been used for a long time, so there were no people and equipment there. pic.twitter.com/to6vCBUDg0
Furthermore, although the Syrian military does have some modern air defenses, including the Pantsir-S1 combined short-to-medium range surface to air missile (SAM) and anti-aircraft artillery system, the cruise missile attack was repelled mostly by upgrades of 30+ year old equipment, including variants of the Buk self-propelled missile system, the S-125 air defense system, and the S-200, an aging but tried and tested SAM introduced into the Soviet military in the late 1960s.
In late 2016, Russian defense analysts created a detailed outline of the state of Syria’s military. Their research concluded that Syria’s air defenses remained formidable, even following half a decade of war against terrorism.
According to the estimates, the Air Defense Force’s inventory includes 36 Pantsir-S1s, delivered by Russia between 2008 and 2013, 3-6 battalions of Buk-M1 and Buk-M2 medium-range SAM systems (Moscow delivered eight Buk-M2s between 2010 and 2013), five regiments (i.e. 25 batteries) of Kvadrat tracked medium-range surface-to-air missile systems (Kvadrat being the export version of the Kub air defense system), and 8 regiments of the S-200VE long-range missile system.
Syria has up to 53 regiments of the Dvina and Volga variant of the S-75, the ancient Soviet high-altitude air defense system used to shoot down US U-2s over the USSR and Cuba in the early 1960s. The country also has some 4,000 anti-aircraft guns of various calibers, although these are slowly being retired.
The Ground forces are also equipped with the OSA, Strela-1, and Strela-10 mobile, low-altitude short-range SAM systems (the Syrians have 61, 100 and 60 of each, respectively).
Syria’s radar network consists of P-40 3-D UHF early warning/target acquisition radar, P-12 3D VHF early warning ground control radar, P-15 2D UHF surveillance/target acquisition radar, P-30, P-35 an P-80 2D E band/F band early warning ground control radar, and PRV-13 and PRV-16 altimeter radar.
With the exception of the PRV-16 and the P-80, which were introduced into the Soviet military in the early 1970s, the rest of these systems were fielded starting in the late 1950s and mid-1960s, and have mostly been retired in Russia. Russia and Belarus have provided Syria with parts and technical support for these systems.
[Unconfirmed map of Syrian air defense coverage area. The greatest density is southwest of Damascus, where over 35 systems are said to be in operation.]
The formation of Syria’s more or less modern air defenses has its roots the early 1980s, and stems from the Air Defense Force’s humiliating defeat at the hands of Israeli air power during the 1982 Lebanon War at Bekka Valley.
A year later, in 1983, the Soviet Union transferred its S-200VE long-range air defense system, along with the technical personnel to man them and train their Syrian counterparts. The S-200’s deployment was unusual, with Syria getting the systems before even the USSR’s Warsaw Pact allies did.
Soviet officers pose in front of an S-200VE in Syria, 1980s.
Since that time, thanks in part to having to contend with the technologically superior Israeli Air Defense Force on its border, Syria has continued to upgrade its air defense network.
In fact, despite its age compared to Western powers, or say Russia, the country’s air defenses are considerably more modern than those of Yugoslavia, Iraq and Libya before those countries were subjected to US and NATO bombings in 1999, 2003 and 2011.
Assad: US-Led Attack Comes as West Realizes It’s Lost Control of Syrian Conflict
The Air Defense Force is estimated to have between 20,000 and 36,000 personnel. Syria’s terrain, including numerous mountain ranges, which complicate attackers’ options, has resulted in an operational doctrine aimed at preserving air defense capabilities even in the event of massed enemy strikes, similarly to the Yugoslav Air Defense Force’s strategy during the war against NATO.
According to Russian military observers, Syria’s most formidable air defense systems are its Pantsirs and BuK-M1-2 and Buk M-2Es, which can shoot down F-15s from 45 km away and simultaneously track and destroy up to two dozen enemy targets. Furthermore, the S-125 Pechora remains a problem for NATO, despite its age. In March 2015, Syria shot down a US Predator drone in Latakia using the system. Finally, of course, there are those S-200s, which have an operational range of 300 km. It was one of these that shot down the intruder Israeli F-16 in February 2018.
It’s unclear at this point whether the US and its allies will limit their strikes to Saturday’s attack, or launch further attacks in the future. In any case, the attack has already prompted Moscow into considering providing Damascus with its S-300 long-range SAM system. “Taking into account what happened, we consider it possible to return to this issue,” the Russian General Staff said in a statement.
In any case, Russia has already provided Syria with substantial assistance in restoring its air defense capabilities, particularly over the past year and a half. The end result of this assistance was seen shortly after 4 am on Saturday morning.
S-300 Favorite surface-to-air missile systems during a bilateral drill of air defense and aviation forces of the Western Military District
Assad to Russian MPs: Syrians ‘No Longer Afraid of NATO’ After Missile Attack
According to Russian lawmakers, the Syrian president has praised Soviet air defense systems, which helped Damascus repel 71 Western missiles.
Syrian President Bashar al-Assad (C) new Defence Minister Hassan Turkmani (L) and former Defence Minister Mustafa Tlass attend a ceremony at the unknown soldier monument in Damascus, Syria October 6, 2003.
Russian members of the parliament and other officials have shed light on the meeting with President Bashar Assad, which came in the wake of the joint US-UK-French missile strike on Syria.
According to governor Komarov, during a meeting with Russian lawmakers, Assad slammed the Western strike on Syria as “aggression.”
As the Russian State Duma lawmaker Sergei Zheleznyak stated, Damascus has praised Soviet arms made in the 1970s, which were used to repel the missile attack, carried out by the US and its allies.
“According to the president’s [Assad’s] point of view, this [the attack] was aggression and we share this position. He has highly appreciated Russian weapons, which showed supremacy over the arms of the aggressors,” Zheleznyak said.
“Since 1990s we have seen in American movies that the Russian weaponry is “backward.” And now we see, whose’s really backward,” Assad was quoted as saying by a Russian MP.
READ MORE: 71 Out of 103 Destroyed: Here’s How Syria’s Air Defense Repelled West’s Missiles
Another MP, Sablin, said, citing Assad, that as Syrian air defenses had demonstrated their efficiency, the Arab Republic’s citizens were “no longer afraid of NATO.”
Assad stated that Syria would continue its independent development “despite the agenda, imposed by the West,” Sablin said.
During the meeting, the issue of possible Russia’s anti-missile systems’ deliveries to Syria wasn’t discussed.
Aftermath of attack on the Barzah scientific research center near Damascus,
The Day After: How People in Damascus Got Through the Overnight US Tomahawks’ Attack
Assad also stated that the US-UK-French attack has not only “consolidated the peoples of Russia and Syria, but all the nations, which are guided by the norms of international law,” Sablin said.He said during a meeting with Russian lawmakers that the cooperation between Russia and Syria should resist the “aggressive policy of the West.”
Following an overnight April 14 massive missile attack, launched by the US alongside France and the UK, the Syrian president said that the strikes came as the West realized that it had lost control of the situation in the Arab Republic. At the same time, the Syrian Foreign Ministry called the attack “brutal aggression.”
READ MORE: WATCH Syrian President Assad Report to Work After US Missile Strike
While Assad was seen arriving at work on the morning after the attack, the Syrians have taken to the streets in Damascus and Aleppo in order to support the government and denounce the West’s move.
According to the Russian Defense Ministry, a total of 71 missiles out of 103 launched by the Western states were repelled by Syrian air defenses. The Pentagon has denied the information, saying that every missile had hit its target.

These planes, shown a year ago, were redeployed to Iran two days ago. Along with them were Russian fighters, SU27s, which may be handedover to the Iranian Air Force:


The SU27 can make mincemeat of Israel’s F15E fighter bombers, hitting any incoming attack over Saudi Arabia or catching Israel using bases in Azerbaijan and Georgia, where they have infiltrated the governments.

While the cheering is going on in Washington, the Pentagon is crying croc tears and hoping the controlled media, owned by Israel, will keep the real story under wraps.

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posted April 16, 2018 11:36 AM     Click Here to See the Profile for Randall     Edit/Delete Message   Reply w/Quote

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posted April 17, 2018 11:01 AM     Click Here to See the Profile for Randall     Edit/Delete Message   Reply w/Quote
I have my doubts about that.

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posted April 19, 2018 10:48 AM     Click Here to See the Profile for Randall     Edit/Delete Message   Reply w/Quote
No war!

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posted May 07, 2018 04:07 PM     Click Here to See the Profile for Randall     Edit/Delete Message   Reply w/Quote
Will we pull out of the Iran deal?

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posted June 11, 2018 06:23 PM     Click Here to See the Profile for Randall     Edit/Delete Message   Reply w/Quote
No war with NK.

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posted June 12, 2018 11:52 AM     Click Here to See the Profile for Randall     Edit/Delete Message   Reply w/Quote
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