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    WilliB

    The Kurds will liberate their territory, and more power to them.

    However, ISIS is firmly ensconced in the sunni areas of Iraq and Syria, and the continuing nonsensical US policy of supporting Syrian rebels (aka ISIS in disguise), the ISIS caliphate will be with us for a long time, imposing their brutal mediaval Shariah law on the region.

    Posted in: Kurds advance against IS group in Syria, Iraq

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    WilliB

    Al Sharpton and the other American race baiters have this blood on their hands.

    Posted in: Two New York policemen shot dead

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    WilliB

    Strangerland:

    " Turns out this is a way bigger problem than terrorism. "

    How in the world go you want to quantify that? In the event, mental illness is an issue that nobody says we should not address.

    Posted in: Australian woman arrested in stabbing deaths of 8 children

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    WilliB

    I don´t know why the article writer wants to draw a connection to the Cafe terror incident. This here is clearly a mental issue, not terrorism.

    Posted in: Australian woman arrested in stabbing deaths of 8 children

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    WilliB

    Of course killing the leaders does not stop ISIS. When will our politicians get it into their heads the fundamentalist islam is an ideology, and not some personal ambition of a few individual leaders.

    It is amazing that that even needs to be explained.

    Posted in: Killing top Islamic State leaders not enough to cripple group, say experts

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    WilliB

    I quit smoking a long time ago, but seeing the ridiculous persecution of smokers referred to here, I am almost tempted to start again.

    Posted in: Smoke haters go after smokers with a vengeance

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    WilliB

    Ha! After all this Sony bashing, it turns out that it was basically the Potus who caved to Kim Yon Un. What an embarrassement. And dangerous precedent.

    Posted in: Obama scolds Sony; vows U.S. response to N Korean cyberattack

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    WilliB

    h17misaki:

    " They should put signs for that not to again happen. "

    Oh great! A sign, yes that would have prevented it. Lets plaster the country with yet more silly signs....

    Posted in: Student arrested for placing rocks on train tracks in Ibaraki

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    WilliB

    I am not defending this guy, but I don´t quite get the article. He gets "young girl’s breasts through a gap in her clothes"... what is that even supposed to mean? Since when do young girls even have breast? And what gaps in clothing? I am confused. And all this happened on public transport, so are really talking about "child porn"? Bad behaviour, violation of privacy, I guess so, but somehow I had thought that "child porn" is more sinister than some idiot taking photos in train. What am I missing?

    Posted in: Man held for camera voyeurism in first arrest under new child porn law

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    WilliB

    Capitulation!

    Great Leader Kim Yong Un: 1 Sony: 0

    Who would have thunk?

    Posted in: Sony cancels Dec 25 U.S. release of 'The Interview' after threats

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    WilliB

    That is unreasonable expectation. "The system" can not possibly monitor every nutcase and/or extremists around the clock. People should not expect the impossible.

    Posted in: Australian PM says system failed to track siege gunman

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    WilliB

    Short answer: Actually, it is worse. I want to scream the next time I see a close-up of some geijnojin stiking some food in his her/mouth and exclaiming "oishiiii".

    There are a couple of good shows, but they are few and far between.

    Posted in: Is Japanese TV really as bad as its reputation?

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    WilliB

    Strangerland:

    " "Out of 1.5 billion Muslims, a few thousand are extremists," "

    Alas, opinion poll after opinion poll says differently. Huge percentages of responders in the muslim world continuously suppport extremist positions, including full introduction of Shariah law, death for aposteses, critics, and homosexuals, child marriage, and so on.

    For that matter, the ISIS caliphate alone has already attracted tens of thousands of jihadis, so if the "few thousand" claim was right, there would be no Taliban school bombers left...

    Posted in: Taliban assault on Pakistan school leaves 141 dead

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    WilliB

    Alphaape:

    " Never understood these backwards types. "

    They are not "backwards" from their perspective. They believe they follow gods commands. The same in Boko Haram in Nigeria: ("Boko" means western education). Don´t make the mistake of judging them from our value system.

    Posted in: Taliban assault on Pakistan school leaves 141 dead

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    WilliB

    Just as I predicted... that is the real-world response to the fluffy feel-good speech at the Nobel Price party.

    Posted in: Taliban assault on Pakistan school leaves 141 dead

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    WilliB

    wakarimasen:

    " Tragic all round. no one wins from this "

    ISIS wins. They have demonstrated their strength again and will attrackt another wave of followers.

    Posted in: Sydney hostage drama: A jihadist propaganda win?

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    WilliB

    Fadamor:

    " When the actual data about global warming is presented rather than the blithering nonsense put out by overpaid talking heads on some conservative talk show, it becomes obvious who's spouting fiction and who's working with facts. "

    Would you consider the The European Commission's in-house science service as a "conservative talk show"? Here is from the EU website:

    "A hiatus in global warming ongoing since 2001 is due to a combination of a natural cooling phase, known as multidecadal variability (MDV) and a downturn of the secular warming trend. The exact causes of the latter, unique in the entire observational record going back to 1850, are still to be identified..."

    (https://ec.europa.eu/jrc/en/news/climate-anomaly-causes-global-warming-slow-down)

    So they admit we are in cooling period, but err... they just don´t know why. "Settled science", eh?

    I would suggest you look at more sources than just the politically correct indoctrination emanating from your wonderful politicians and overpaid talking heads at ABC, NBC, MSNBC and the rest of your alphat soup.

    So

    Posted in: As Japan burns more coal, climate policies under pressure

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    WilliB

    Lets take a quick trip back in time. Here is Dr David Viner, senior research scientist at the climatic research unit (CRU) of the University of East Anglia, the ground zero of the whole Global Warming thing (also the site of the infamous "Climategate" leaked e-mails where they where discussing how to skew data), predicting with certainty that within a few years, in the UK "Children just aren't going to know what snow is". This was in 2000. Check it out:

    http://www.independent.co.uk/environment/snowfalls-are-now-just-a-thing-of-the-past-724017.html

    So, lets digest this slowly. The science about all this is "settled", and the climate models accommodate all factors and are indisputable. And sceptics are against science. Really now?

    Posted in: As Japan burns more coal, climate policies under pressure

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    WilliB

    From Wiki:

    "Haron was born Manteghi Bourjerdi[citation needed] in Iran where, as an ayatollah, his liberal interpretation of Islam led to the detention of his wife and children. Bourjerdi fled Iran to Australia in 1996 as a refugee, and changed his name to Man Haron Monis, assuming the title of Sheikh Haron."

    Note that in Iran, he was considered too liberal. I hope Australia won´t find out what an Ayatollha who is too fundamentalist is like....

    Posted in: 5 hostages escape from Sydney cafe

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    WilliB

    Lolypop:

    " why can't idiots like these just kill themselves instead of killing innocent people. "

    They are not idiots, they are fanatics. And "innocent" is a relative term. For the Jihadis, we are not "innocent", because we are disbelievers.

    Posted in: 5 hostages escape from Sydney cafe

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