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Spicerack | 00:57 Sat 27th Feb 2021 | News
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Ichkeria - “I think spicerack must be sponsored by the butcher Assad :-)” Understanding Idiotic Statements Lesson No.1: A: The enemy of my enemy is my friend. B: If you're not with us, you're against us. You do understand that one can disapprove of a person's hostile actions against another without actually supporting the 'other'? In case you're struggling...
02:49 Sun 28th Feb 2021
Don't understand what you mean by rewarding his sponsors.
Of course, I supported his election. Any reasonable person would. That simple. Trump a dangerous fruitcake.
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Number of wars started by-
Obama/Biden- 5
Dangerous Fruitcake- 0
A few airstrikes is not exactly starting a war is it... if it is then I'm afraid you've counted wrongly.
What did you expect?
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//A few airstrikes is not exactly starting a war is it//

That would depend on who launched them and who was on the receiving end, I suppose.
I might be misunderstanding you.
Are you saying what happened in, for instance, Libya, wasn't a war?
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If you're asking me, boaty. The non braindead pretty much knew what to expect from Biden's string pullers.
Surprised how quickly they've started with all the problems at home.
Hopefully, this was a tester of public opinion. *Left & Right have come together to pan this.
*Not everyone, of course. The 'business as usual' politicians and some laughably hypocritical 'journalists' like it just fine.
//Biden Rewarding His Sponsors Already...//

Is he a tory?
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Just a self serving politician, steg. Every party is stuffed with them, far as I can make out.
I think spicerack must be sponsored by the butcher Assad :-)
//Every party is stuffed with them, far as I can make out.//

Aye I think I may agree with you on that
What happened in Libya wasn't made a war by the west enacting some airstrikes it was already in a position of civil war.

Not saying I necessarily agree with these actions... but if airstrike = war then your count of donnie v biden is inaccurate.
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Most people seem to agree with those numbers, untitled.
I can only think of 4. Libya, Syria, Yemen, Somalia. I've seen Pakistan added but although it was bombed by Obama, I wouldn't have described it as war. 'Just' airstrikes.
I don't see this as a right/left thing. More a right/wrong thing.
Whatever you all say now. You will all agree with me eventually.

In my very humble opinion, of course.
"I don't see this as a right/left thing. More a right/wrong thing. "

You say that... but then you insert a factually incorrect comparison of biden and trump and suggest that anyone who corrects it is being political. Trump did launch missile and air strikes in Syria and Somalia. Don't try to say you're not being political when you obviously are.

Regardless, I do not agree with these actions but I don't think it's accurate to refer to it as "starting a war".
Spicerack; That really is nonsense.
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Trump unfortunately continued wars he inherited from Obama.
He didn't start any.
It's quite a simple concept.
Obama won the Nobel Peace Prize.
Trump's a dangerous fruitcake.


You won't find any posts from me defending Trump missile strikes.
Ichkeria - “I think spicerack must be sponsored by the butcher Assad :-)”

Understanding Idiotic Statements Lesson No.1:
A: The enemy of my enemy is my friend.
B: If you're not with us, you're against us.

You do understand that one can disapprove of a person's hostile actions against another without actually supporting the 'other'?

In case you're struggling with such lofty intellectual concepts, I have linked a handy PDF that explains the many logical fallacies that the hard-of-thinking regularly fall foul of. Yours is called the “black-or-white” or "false dilema" fallacy:

https://bit.ly/2NKO2xc

You're welcome.

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