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Creepy Joe -or- Sleepy Joe Biden

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On 8/18/2020 at 11:49 PM, Cherub786 said:

Like I said, it serves to humiliate the arrogant Arab dictators, expose how impotent they really are.

This is false. Bombing civilians only builds resolve in the population and lengthens the war. This has been studied since WWII, and yet these vilians - including Joe Biden - persist in advocating for attacking civilians as an "act of war". (It isn't an act of war, it is a war crime.)

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4 hours ago, Diaz said:

@hasanhh brother, if you don’t mind answering my question, whom will you vote for?

l am a Democrat, so at State and local level l'II vote mostly for them.

However, at the national office level -House, Senate, el-Presidente - l am going to vote straight Republican (unless the candidate is a Muslim-Democrat).

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3 hours ago, notme said:

This is false. Bombing civilians only builds resolve in the population and lengthens the war. This has been studied since WWII, and yet these vilians - including Joe Biden - persist in advocating for attacking civilians as an "act of war". (It isn't an act of war, it is a war crime.)

l have an 'old' book on this entitled Under the Bombs l believe it's so entitled.

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1 minute ago, hasanhh said:

l am a Democrat, so at State and local level l'II vote mostly for them.

However, at the national office level -House, Senate, el-Presidente - l am going to vote straight Republican (unless the candidate is a Muslim-Democrat).

So Biden is worst than trump?

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3 hours ago, notme said:

This is false. Bombing civilians only builds resolve in the population and lengthens the war. This has been studied since WWII, and yet these vilians - including Joe Biden - persist in advocating for attacking civilians as an "act of war". (It isn't an act of war, it is a war crime.)

America never targets civilians deliberately (unlike the Arab dictators by the way, both Saddam and Assad used chemical weapons against their own civilians). Another thing America doesn't do is use human shields (a most cowardly military tactic) which is also a tactic of Arab terrorist groups like Hizbullah and Hamas. It is obvious who the real criminals are.

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1 hour ago, Cherub786 said:

America never targets civilians deliberately

How long were you in the US military? And how many years have you been oblivious to the news of the world?

I'm not saying that the middle eastern dictators are better. Someone else being worse doesn't make a bad thing good. 

And that's exactly why (in my opinion) Trump being worse than Biden does not in any way imply that Biden is good. 

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1 hour ago, hasanhh said:

l have an 'old' book on this entitled Under the Bombs l believe it's so entitled.

I may go look for that book. I've already got a long list, so I might not. Thanks. 

 

This one? 

https://smile.amazon.com/dp/0813109779/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_apa_i_iaTpFb0BMWV9T

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1 hour ago, Cherub786 said:

America never targets civilians deliberately (unlike the Arab dictators by the way, both Saddam and Assad used chemical weapons against their own civilians). Another thing America doesn't do is use human shields (a most cowardly military tactic) which is also a tactic of Arab terrorist groups like Hizbullah and Hamas. It is obvious who the real criminals are.

You have to be kidding me with this take. https://revcom.us/a/027/vietnam-destroy-village.htm#:~:text=On March 16%2C 1968%2C a,were to be no prisoners." https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fallujah_killings_of_April_2003#cite_note-hrw-1. Where did the intelligence Saddam was using to target folks with chemical weapons come from? https://foreignpolicy.com/2013/08/26/exclusive-cia-files-prove-america-helped-saddam-as-he-gassed-iran/. How about the testimonies of the drone pilots that talk about language to the likes of "cutting the grass before it grows" https://www.vice.com/en_us/article/jpyxky/read-chilling-testimonials-from-us-drone-pilots.

The intent is not even relevant anyway, the outcome is. If someone deliberately kills 10 individuals, is that different from someone that says they don't intend to kill 100, and then end up killing 100, because the people don't even register as remotely human in the minds of those setting policies? I'd say the latter is worse. US policies have involved arming dictators and groups that have routinely killed civilians and they don't care, because the bottom line is down to interests. The people barely matter.

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On 8/18/2020 at 11:49 PM, Cherub786 said:

Like I said, it serves to humiliate the arrogant Arab dictators, expose how impotent they really are. Arab dictatorships have to constantly propagandize about their supposed invincibility and the personality cult of strength of their leaders. America takes pleasure in bombing them to wreck that image. Just think of Saddam, the guy was so arrogant, plating his toilet with gold, and erecting statues and portraits of himself everywhere. Then one day he is being pulled out of the sewer by young American soldiers, looking like a homeless person wearing rags, and being filmed as those soldiers search his unkempt hair and beard for lice. This is what these arrogant Arab dictatorships all deserve. That's why I love the American neocons.

Well Saddam was perfectly fine with them when he was gassing Iranian soldiers. Apparently the moral calculus of the neocons doesn't seem to bother you here. If they're so bothered by dictatorships why not stop supporting Saudi Arabia? Mccain till his last breath refused to stop arming them despite the heinous atrocities they committed in Yemen.

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1 hour ago, hasanhh said:

There is also a study done of the Londoners. Don't know the name because this study is of Germans and l thought l named the London study.

In a book I am currently reading there are mentions of both studies. The British study was conducted during WWII, before the allies started their bombing campaign, and the German study was conducted shortly after the war. They reasoned that even though civilian attacks made the British more determined, British people were different from German people. They found that they were wrong. I could check the bibliography. 

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I must have missed that part although I watched the entire recording of the debate yesterday on TYT.

Biden was a huge disappointment. His telling the President to “shut up”, calling him a clown, racist, and other below the belt jabs was totally uncalled for and left a sour taste in my mouth.

The moderator was clearly biased against Trump. He was very annoying and kept interjecting, not letting either candidate speak smoothly.

The thing about Trump interrupting Biden was made a huge deal of. Trump just has a habit of making sly comments. All he did was say things like “no” or make quick sarcastic remarks in the microphone while Biden was speaking. Big deal. Biden did some of that too btw.

Biden didn’t look good either. He looked pale and unhealthy, unlike Trump who looked healthy and glowing for his age.

Trump seemed confident and natural on the debate podium, but Biden was looking extremely uneasy, uncomfortable like he didn’t want to be there. It was also apparent that Biden was trying to recall in his mind his talking points and overly use his preparation points for before the debate, while Trump just walked in there and and let it flow naturally. I’m sure what most of Trump said must have been factually inaccurate to some degree, but at least he said it with confidence and naturally.

Biden is obviously going to win the next election, but he was a very poor choice from the Democrats. I personally wanted Kamala Harris from the very beginning, but I guess we’ll have to settle for her as VP.

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20 minutes ago, Cherub786 said:

All he did was say things like “no” or make quick sarcastic remarks in the microphone while Biden was speaking.

That is not true at all. And even if it was, it's unacceptable.

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Biden was a huge disappointment. His telling the President to “shut up”, calling him a clown, racist, and other below the belt jabs was totally uncalled for and left a sour taste in my mouth.

Victim blaming.

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11 minutes ago, Cherub786 said:

Great minds think alike.

No. People who have nothing to do with each other, in different places and with entirely different life habits do not speak the exact same words unless they are reciting from something. 

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13 minutes ago, notme said:

No. People who have nothing to do with each other, in different places and with entirely different life habits do not speak the exact same words unless they are reciting from something. 

Believe it or not, all my posts are written free style. I just write whatever comes to my mind. I’m not sure what the exact phrases and words you are suspicious about. Maybe it’s the term “natural” which I used to describe Trump’s behavior and demeanor during the debate. If it seemed natural to me, it probably seemed natural to many others, and that’s the word that naturally comes to mind (no pun intended).

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3 hours ago, Cherub786 said:

The moderator was clearly biased against Trump.

This election is not only Trump competing with Biden, but also against the "republican establishment."

3 hours ago, Cherub786 said:

Biden was looking extremely uneasy, uncomfortable like he didn’t want to be there.

l saw him roll his eyes like he was Iooking for an escape.

3 hours ago, Cherub786 said:

It was also apparent that Biden was trying to recall in his mind

This was scary to me, when Trump said his "son was kicked out of the military" (True, the Navy Reserve, for cocaine) and Biden could not remember that this was his son Hunter and not Beau for a moment. OPINE: this sadly shows that the former V.P. cannot 'shake' his (dearest) son from the front of his mind. Now consider this trauma preoccupying Biden during a conversation with Xi, Putin and some others.

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"the Big Guy" is Creepy Joe, according to a business partner of Hunter Biden

OPINE: With the Feds ready to indict, the rats are jumping ship.

Money Laundering, payoffs, Hunter is the front for Daddy's 'cut'.

https://nypost.com/2020/10/21/hunter-biden-laptop-linked-to-fbi-money-laundering-probe-report/

 

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On 8/20/2020 at 11:07 AM, Diaz said:

So Biden is worst than trump?

They're both terrible in their own way, but as much as it pains me to say this, I feel like if I was able to vote this year, I'd have to pick Trump over Biden (in reality I'd probably just vote for a third party like I usually do).

Biden is the "woke" candidate and the "woke" ideology/religion is extremely dangerous. It is racist, anti-male, anti-family, and anti-religion.

Not saying that Trump represents anything better, because he's only out for himself.

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Two hours ago:

https://www.foxnews.com/politics/hunters-ex-partner-meeting-joe-biden-family-paranoid

Bobulinski will appear before a US Senate committee tomorrow (Friday the 23rd).

There are also 3 phones with info in addition to "the lap top".

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THOUGHT: From watching a news commentary. [0kay. l'm a suspicious citizen. l'II admit it.]

The media is, for the bigger-most part, ignoring Creepy, Jobbery Joe's China and other "business" contacts in foreign countries.

l wonder if somebody really has something on Jobbery Joe and is waiting until after the election to use it if Sleepy/Creepy wins. Purpose: Jobbery Joe then has to resign before or just after inauguration and Kommie KamiIa becomes President (according to federal law). 

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This way l can use your reactions as a standardized poll. Shukran.

 

Footnote: Rudy Giuliani is on "America: This Week" discussing these new FBl, DoJ documents

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On 8/13/2020 at 9:23 PM, hasanhh said:

The men have talked about this in the barber shop -and other places.

Basically the uniform view is: Just because "the Donald" "the Maunderer" Trump's parents never learned him to keep his mouth shut (or off the Twitt communicator) does not make him a 'bad guy'.  We can't name anything he does 'wrong'. We don't always agree with him, but he doesn't do anything wrong or controversial. 

Biden, on the other hand, is a leading Demoncrat, yet he often makes racial remarks that show he only "spouts" but never gave any real thought to things. He only politicizes his sentences.

What maytring General Qasim Sulaymani ?

 

What about alginging with Saudi? Selling weapons to bomb houthis? Wanting to cut 500 billion from Medicaid/Medicare and 35 billion from social security? His attack on unions and prevaling wage? His anti Shia veiw on Iran Yemen Syria Pakistan Nigeria etc his isarel first forgein policy? 

 

Trump is a taghut like all governments not run by aimmah or fuqaha

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Joe Biden will ... also kill people in foreign countries. Yemenis, Syrians, perhaps more than Trump. They are "commies"? That made my day. Really. Socialism in the west -- sign of doomsday. College and healthcare will still cost an arm and a leg no matter who they put on the podium. Wars will happen. And nobody will land on mars. (Because Stanley Kubrick is dead)

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US elections: Why Muslim votes matter the most in Florida?

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Florida’s Secretary of State reported the following statistics on number of registered voters by party on August 31, 2020 where the early voting has started this Monday and will continue for the next two weeks:

Democrat: 5,203,795

Republican: 5,020,199

Independents: 3,653,046

Third Party: 188,587

“Democratic Party’s ground game is much stronger, I think we’ve learned from the past and we’re not leaving anything to chance so even among the Muslim community – who were historically decisive in the 2000 election with George Bush – where they all voted for Bush, and again in 2016 a lot of people set out the election because they weren’t inspired by the candidate and now they’re seeing that non-engagement is not an option anymore, it’s not something that can be left off the table,” Ahmed said. “You have not only candidates that are from the Muslim community, you also have a desire from among the Muslim community to be a part of the election.”

https://en.shafaqna.com/177821/us-elections-why-muslim-votes-matter-the-most-in-florida/

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