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Post time 2011-1-10 20:22:48 |Display all floors
Originally posted by seneca at 2011-1-9 11:09
How can pudding help stabilise the foundations of a structure such as the Kremlin??? Some of you guys don't understand physicis.


Simple.

By not having Mossad running amok planting bombs, like they did in NY on 9-11.

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Post time 2011-1-11 01:12:52 |Display all floors
Originally posted by baofeng at 2011-1-10 20:22


Simple.

By not having Mossad running amok planting bombs, like they did in NY on 9-11.


Ah....so Mossad was behind the beslan school attacks, the moscow metro, and chechnya?

You must be high.

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Post time 2011-1-11 11:03:16 |Display all floors
Originally posted by JFenix at 2011-1-11 01:12


Ah....so Mossad was behind the beslan school attacks, the moscow metro, and chechnya?

You must be high.


These were quite amateurish, compared with 9-11.

No skyscraper in any Russian city has ever been demolished with the death of thousands, as like what occurred in NY on 9-11.

Nevertheless, Israel was hard at work providing Georgia with training and weaponry in order to test Russia's resolve in 2008, with the result that it was defeated in 4 days. The days of Yeltsin are over, much to the dismay of those who would like Jewish oligarchs to regain control of Russia.

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Post time 2011-1-11 16:42:07 |Display all floors
Originally posted by JFenix at 2011-1-9 08:37
You don't think serbs are anti-musIim?


If war breaks out between Russia and the USA, which side would you choose?

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Post time 2011-1-11 19:13:16 |Display all floors
Originally posted by nebula1 at 2011-1-11 16:42


If war breaks out between Russia and the USA, which side would you choose?


We're never going to go to war with Russia.  But if we did, I would of course be on the side of the US.  What other choice would I have if there was a war on our soil?  My family is here.  If the war was on russia's soil, it would depend on what exactly started the war.  I was against our actions in the balkans for many reasons.

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Post time 2011-1-12 05:54:26 |Display all floors
Originally posted by baofeng at 2011-1-11 11:03


These were quite amateurish, compared with 9-11.

No skyscraper in any Russian city has ever been demolished with the death of thousands, as like what occurred in NY on 9-11.

Nevertheless, ...


So all the thousands of people who have died in fighting in the chechen wars is just insignificant to you?  Russia has been under attack from lslamists ever since the soviet-afghan war.  The mujahideen just couldn't get enough, they still wanted to kill those 'godless communists'.  

From wiki:

Foreign Mujahideen have played an important part in both First and Second Chechen Wars. After the collapse of the Soviet Union and the subsequent Chechen declaration of independence, foreign fighters started entering the region and associated themselves with Chechen rebels, most notably Shamil Basayev with whom Khattab build up a friendship. Many of them were veterans of the Soviet-Afghan war and prior to the Russian invasion, they used their expertise to train the Chechen separatists.

During the First Chechen War they were notorious and feared for their guerilla tactics, inflicting severe casualties on the badly prepared Russian forces. The mujahideen also made a significant financial contribution to the separatists’ cause; with their access to the immense wealth of Salafist charities like al-Haramein, they soon became an invaluable source of funds for the Chechen resistance, which had little resources of its own.

After the withdrawal of Russian forces from Chechnya most of the mujahideen decided to remain in the country, including Khattab who married a woman from Dagestan. In 1999, foreign fighters played an important role in the Invasion of Dagestan. Chechen warlord Shamil Basayev and Khattab had created the Islamic International Peacekeeping Brigade which was composed of Chechen Arab and Dagestani fighters. The invasion was started in support of the Shura of Dagestan separatist rebels. After the battle they retreated back into Chechnya. The incursion provided the new Russian government with a pretext for intervention and in December 1999 Russian ground forces invaded Chechnya again.

Since the outbreak of the Second Chechen War the Arab Mujahideen played another important part, both for delivering fighters and their financial contributions. It was during this time that the Russians succeeded in eliminating the most prominent mujahideen commanders Khattab and Abu al-Walid. They were both succeeded and Chechnya remains a popular destiny for Mujahideen in the world.

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Post time 2011-1-12 19:35:02 |Display all floors
Originally posted by seneca at 2011-1-12 11:44



Had your foot in your mouth again, buddy, did you? I don't see colliding interests of Pudding's spy organisations in conflict with Mossad's.


You don't? Would this be due to myopia or are you going blind as well? In any case, if all is hunky-dory with the Yahu and the Pudding, why are you so anti-Pudding?

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