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Post #301 by shredz » Thu Jan 31, 2019 6:12 pm

Ive got a big scoop coming predo.
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Post #303 by mayoradamwest » Thu Jan 31, 2019 9:02 pm

saudi's got giovinco 8/
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IN THE CONSULATE?!?!?!?!?!?!?!?
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Post #305 by chicpea » Thu Feb 07, 2019 9:30 pm

Brief update on US-sanctioned murder of opposition journalists.

Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman of Saudi Arabia told a top aide in a conversation in 2017 that he would use “a bullet” on Jamal Khashoggi, the journalist killed in October, if Mr. Khashoggi did not return to the kingdom and end his criticism of the Saudi government, according to current and former American and foreign officials with direct knowledge of intelligence reports.


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Waiting for dat scoop shred
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Post #307 by Craig » Fri Feb 08, 2019 6:34 am

Shred, do you have pictures of Bezos' dick?
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Post #308 by Boring Choice #2 » Fri Feb 08, 2019 8:31 am

i surmise that it looks a lot like his other head.
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Post #309 by shredz » Sat Feb 09, 2019 12:56 pm

PredsFan77 wrote:Waiting for dat scoop shred


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Post #310 by shredz » Sat Feb 09, 2019 12:59 pm

Craig wrote:Shred, do you have pictures of Bezos' dick?


ya, they're showing it on TMZ tonight. look out for the watermark with my name on it around the tesistcles.
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Post #311 by shredz » Fri Mar 08, 2019 5:32 pm

Mapping the Turkish Military’s Expanding Footprint



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Not since the days of the Ottoman Empire has the Turkish military had such an extensive global footprint. Under its ambitious president, Recep Tayyip Erdogan, Turkey is expanding its intervention in Syria while keeping up a military presence in Iraq, Qatar, Somalia and Afghanistan and maintaining peacekeeping troops in the Balkans. At the same time, the Turkish navy patrols the Mediterranean and Aegean seas to protect energy and territorial interests. The effort comes at a cost. The military budget as a percentage of gross domestic product has risen, from 1.8 percent in 2015 to 2.2 percent in 2017, at a time when Turkey’s economy has weakened. Here’s a look at where Turkey is flexing its muscle, and why.


Syria

Turkey’s military intervention in Syria is one of its largest foreign operations since the collapse of the Ottoman Empire after World War I. Erdogan sent troops to Syria in 2016 to fight both Islamic State jihadists and U.S.-backed Kurdish forces, which are linked to PKK militants who have battled for an autonomous Kurdish region inside Turkey. Turkish troops are also massing along the 911-kilometer (566-mile) border in the hope of establishing a safe zone to encourage the more than 3.6 million Syrians who fled to Turkey to return home and avert a new wave of refugees.


Iraq

Turkey frequently sends warplanes and troops across the border into northern Iraq to target PKK hideouts. It also maintains military bases originally set up for a peacekeeping mission in the 1990s. Turkey never left, saying its presence is a deterrent against the PKK and a check on the independence aspirations of Iraq’s Kurds.

Qatar


Turkey has steadily built up a base in Qatar since siding in 2017 with the gas-rich Gulf state in its spat with a regional alliance led by Saudi Arabia. Turkey and Qatar are wedded by their support for the Muslim Brotherhood, a political movement that has troubled the Saudis and most other Gulf monarchies, especially since the Arab Spring revolts at the start of this decade.

Somalia

In 2017, Turkey opened its largest overseas base in Mogadishu, where hundreds of Turkish troops are training Somalian soldiers under a broader Turkish plan to help rebuild a country devastated by decades of clan warfare and an insurgency by the Islamist group al-Shabaab. Turkey has been increasing its foothold in the Horn of Africa nation since Erdogan visited in 2011, helping to revive such services as education and health as well as security.



The Aegean and Mediterranean

Turkish warships shadow Turkey’s drilling and exploration ships in the Mediterranean around the clock as the country seeks to claim disputed energy rights. Tensions with Cyprus and Greece have been inflamed by the issuance of exploration licenses by Turkey and the breakaway Turkish Cypriot government in areas claimed by Cyprus. The northern third of Cyprus has been occupied by Turkey since an attempted coup to unite the island with Greece in 1974. “Nothing can be done in the Mediterranean without Turkey, we won’t allow it,” Turkish Foreign Minister Mevlut Cavusoglu said Feb. 21. A separate long-running dispute with Greece over the sovereignty of numerous Aegean islets has led to mock dogfights between aircraft and face-offs between warships.

Afghanistan

Turkish troops are in Afghanistan as part of a NATO-led coalition of more than 50 countries supporting the Afghan security forces against the Taliban, the Islamic fundamentalists who once ruled there. Within the North Atlantic Treaty Organization, Turkey has the second-largest military in terms of personnel. It also has a long history in Afghanistan. The country’s founder, Mustafa Kemal Ataturk, offered troops to Afghanistan’s King Amanullah in 1928 to put down an uprising by radical Islamists over the monarch’s decision to send Afghan girls to secular Turkey for schooling.


Elsewhere

The military has participated in NATO-led peacekeeping missions in Kosovo and Bosnia-Herzegovina since the war in the 1990s. It has a particular interest in helping to protect ethnic Turkish communities there. More controversially, Turkey plans to establish centers in Sudan to train the country’s armed forces. Erdogan made the commitment during a 2017 visit when he also signed deals to increase Turkish investment in and trade with Sudan, whose president, Omar al-Bashir, is on the International Criminal Court’s wanted list for war crimes in the Darfur region in western Sudan. His government agreed to lease Turkey Suakin Island for 99 years. Turkey is expected to build a base on the island, once ruled by the Ottoman Empire, which could expand its military reach to the Red Sea.

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Post #312 by shredz » Fri Mar 08, 2019 8:12 pm



for half the video or more it sounds like nothing is incoming whatsoever. Not one bullet. most of the "battle"sees very little resistance. just some small arms fire in the distance.
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Post #313 by shredz » Sat Mar 09, 2019 4:04 pm

Turkey and Russia Prepared to Launch Joint Military Patrols in Syria’s Idlib

Growing Turkish-Russian military cooperation in Syria is a dangerous sign of a wider shift to a closer strategic relationship between Turkey and Russia. Russia gave Turkey permission to fly air sorties into Northern Syria as part of an agreement for joint military patrols along the frontlines in Greater Idlib Province. The Turkish Armed Forces began joint frontline patrols with pro-regime forces on March 8 with accompanying overflights by the Turkish Air Force. The Turkish-Russian agreement in Idlib Province demonstrates that Syrian President Bashar al-Assad is failing in his attempts to spoil the de-escalation zone in Northern Syria brokered by Russia, Iran, and Turkey in 2017. Turkey will likely soon begin independent joint patrols with the Russian Armed Forces. Turkey and Russia began joint patrols of a separate area near Tel Rifaat north of Aleppo City on February 14. Turkey’s deepening relationship with Russia in Syria decreases the likelihood that the U.S. will reach a negotiated agreement with Turkey over the status of Eastern Syria. Russia intends to use its engagement with Turkey in Western Syria to set conditions to cooperate with Turkey against the U.S.-Led Coalition and its partnered Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF) in Eastern Syria. ISW is closely following the evolving situation in Idlib Province and will provide further updates as necessary.


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Post #315 by shredz » Fri Mar 22, 2019 1:35 pm

Lister's career depends on the Next ISIS.

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Post #316 by shredz » Sat Mar 23, 2019 8:34 pm

Al-Baghdadi can also be ruthless and menacing. My contact told me that when Al-Baghdadi was released from prison, he told the American guard at the gates that he would be seeing him again. “We will find you on the streets somewhere, someday,” he threatened, “either here or in New York.” Enemies are not forgiven or forgotten by this quiet leader: after Abu Omar Al-Baghdadi was assassinated in 2010, two of the eleven members of the Shura Council convened to choose a new emir did not approve the choice of Abu Bakr Al-Baghdadi. One of them, Jamal Al-Hamdani, was murdered shortly afterward.


In any case, her position is now compromised—the same New York Times article quotes an American intelligence officer who captured one of Abu Musab Al-Zarqawi’s wives in Iraq: “We got little out of her . . .and when we sent her back, Zarqawi killed her.”



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Post #317 by shredz » Sat Mar 23, 2019 9:09 pm



You know, the ones that would likely be overrun by jihadis if Hezbollah wasn't around.
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Post #319 by shredz » Mon Mar 25, 2019 2:07 pm

Looks like ISIS learned what they should have in 2014. Just don't go into Kurdistan and the US won't care.

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Iraqi security forces "fiercely" repelled an attack staged by ISIS militants on an oilfield in Saladin province on Sunday night, confirmed officials.


The North Oil Company police announced that their forces tasked with protecting the Saladin province's oilfields "defeated an ISIS attack on the Alas Oilfield."


It added the group suffered casualties as a number of the attackers were killed and some others wounded.

"They retreated to an unknown place taking back the wounded with them," it added.


Iraq declared the group defeated in 2017. However, they frequently carry out attacks against security forces and civilians, especially in security vacuums between Kurdish and Iraq forces.


The NOC commended the Hashd al-Shaabi saying they came to the aid of NOC policemen in fighting off the jihadists.


The fresh ISIS attack came a day after the group staged a similar attack on a Hashd al-Shaabi force in Shingal.


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Post #321 by PredsFan77 » Wed Jun 19, 2019 5:35 pm

According to the report — which cites evidence from Turkish and other intelligence agencies — after entering the consulate, Khashoggi was injected with a sedative and then his head put inside a plastic bag and suffocated.

It quotes an audio recording from inside the consulate, in which Khashoggi is heard being told he will be taken to Saudi Arabia.

"We will have to take you back. There is an order from Interpol," a Saudi man tells the journalist, who replies that "there isn't a case against me" and warns them that people are waiting for him outside the consulate.

The men instruct Khashoggi to write a text message to his son, and argue over what he should say before a voice says, "cut it short."

"There is a towel here. Are you going to give me drugs?" Khashoggi asks.

"We will anesthetize you," a man responds.

A struggle can then be heard, after which a man asks whether Khashoggi has passed out.

"He raises his head."

"Keep pushing."

"Push here; don't remove your hand; push it."

It has previously been reported that after Khashoggi was killed, his body was dismembered and removed from the consulate in separate bags. It has not been found.
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Post #322 by shredz » Wed Jun 19, 2019 5:44 pm

Like anything will happen to him. Assad gets away with killing over half a million people now and still his mouthpieces are walking around the UN.
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Post #323 by shredz » Sat Jun 29, 2019 3:41 pm

Libya is messier?



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Post #324 by shredz » Sun Jun 30, 2019 3:23 pm

What did Banana say to Walid?

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Post #327 by shredz » Thu Jul 04, 2019 2:49 pm

So, it was Israel all along with the tanker sabotage in the Gulf.

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Post #329 by senate » Thu Jul 25, 2019 1:04 am

I've told Shredder all that dozens of times already, Shanenuh. But he just ignores everything that isn't Ninja Turtles, Jason Voorhees, Middle Eastern atrocities, or Henrik Lundqvist's supermodel looks.
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Shocking.
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Post #332 by shredz » Wed Jul 31, 2019 8:02 pm

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At the same time, the Kurds have warned that a fight with Turkey may leave them unable to guard makeshift prisons in eastern Syria holding Islamic State prisoners. The militants — 8,000 Syrians and Iraqis, and about 2,000 from other countries — were captured during operations that led to the dismantling of the caliphate earlier this year.

“Either we will fight” the Turks “or guard” the prisoners, said Aldar Xelil, a leading Kurdish politician in northeast Syria. “We cannot do both together.”


Turkey could use another 10k jihadists to cleanse the Kurds.
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Post #337 by shredz » Sun Oct 18, 2020 6:26 pm

I think Turkey is looking to install an Islamic State 2.0 on the border with Iran. Azerbaijan really has no say if they want to win this conflict. Turkish drones are the game changer.
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got us a nice proxy war lining up
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Post #341 by shredz » Sat Oct 24, 2020 5:55 pm

Likely nothing huge to read into, but interesting nonetheless. Turkey would love to keep this area a hotspot for quite some time to come.

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