Should England boycott the World Cup?

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Should England boycott the World Cup?

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Re: Should England boycott the World Cup?

Postby Miguelito » Tue Mar 13, 2018 6:24 pm

vladimir wrote:
Miguelito wrote:True, there is not irrefutable proof, but there is some proof. That is why the UK has actually demanded an explanation from Russia on how a Russian military grade nerve agent was used in this instance. One of two options: government sanctioned, or the government lost it to a third, which would be even worse.


Using exactly the same reasoning, May killed children in Yemen, the US and Israel are funding ISIS/ISIL in Syria...oh, wait... :lol:

Latest:

https://www.rt.com/news/421123-uk-compl ... ifications


1) No, that is not the same “logic” whatsoever.
2) A former Russian spy saying “it was the British government” to RT is not the “latest news”, it just sounds like a conspiracy theorist claiming the Jews took down the World Trade Towers on 9/11.
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Re: Should England boycott the World Cup?

Postby vladimir » Tue Mar 13, 2018 6:48 pm

Your logic, and that incompetent Saudi tart Theresa May's logic, is... it was a Russian weapon, ergo the Russians are responsible.

Yes?

So, if a weapon is made by a nation, and used against citizens of another, the manufacturing nation is responsible?

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Re: Should England boycott the World Cup?

Postby Harold » Tue Mar 13, 2018 6:57 pm

Theresa May allowed British weapons to be sold to the Saudis. Some of these weapons were undoubtedly used in the Yemeni war and many children have unfortunately been killed in the conflict. So it can be said with a high degree of certainty that May has the blood of Yemeni children on her hands.

The US and Israel know full well that their weapons are ending up in the hands of ISIS. Hilary Clinton even acknowledged that much in an e-mail.

On the other hand, there is only circumstantial evidence linking the Skripal hit to the Kremlin. The burden of proof is on those who are accusing the Russian government.It certainly does seem probable that the Kremlin was involved, unlike the Litvenenko case. I will say that my respect for the Russian government would increase if I found out that they were behind the hit. The UK supports a genocidal and neo-Nazi regime in Kiev so there is no reason for a country like Russia to respect the UK enough to refrain from killing their adversaries in the country.
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Re: Should England boycott the World Cup?

Postby vladimir » Tue Mar 13, 2018 7:17 pm

Harold wrote:Theresa May allowed British weapons to be sold to the Saudis. Some of these weapons were undoubtedly used in the Yemeni war and many children have unfortunately been killed in the conflict. So it can be said with a high degree of certainty that May has the blood of Yemeni children on her hands.

The US and Israel know full well that their weapons are ending up in the hands of ISIS. Hilary Clinton even acknowledged that much in an e-mail.

On the other hand, there is only circumstantial evidence linking the Skripal hit to the Kremlin. The burden of proof is on those who are accusing the Russian government.It certainly does seem probable that the Kremlin was involved, unlike the Litvenenko case. I will say that my respect for the Russian government would increase if I found out that they were behind the hit. The UK supports a genocidal and neo-Nazi regime in Kiev so there is no reason for a country like Russia to respect the UK enough to refrain from killing their adversaries in the country.


Don't forget the UK got paid by Zionists to steal Palestine...their list of human rights abuses perhaps matches the USA's

Laughable...but..but...you killed a spy of ours...we have no proof, but who cares about innocent until proven guilty, right? That's for rich people to claim
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Re: Should England boycott the World Cup?

Postby pedros » Tue Mar 13, 2018 7:35 pm

Need to go next level Bond shit in Russia. George Blake's still alive, MI6 should whack him. Tit for tat.
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Re: Should England boycott the World Cup?

Postby springrain » Tue Mar 13, 2018 8:42 pm

Cinque SLA wrote:It's obvious Russia used a deadly nerve agent in the UK directly against two people, but putting many others at risk.


Rubbish! Obvious to whom?
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Re: Should England boycott the World Cup?

Postby crazyjohn » Tue Mar 13, 2018 9:02 pm

Oh come on Vlad, get real.Of course it was the Russians. Just as it wasthem or their proxies who shot down the MAS plane.
You can cling to your beliefs but you look very foolish when all the evidence points the same way. I am no fan of the US or the Russians but seriously what have the Russians ever done for us. Movies, cars, rock and roll music, iPhones, Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, electric cars, rockets to Mars.
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Re: Should England boycott the World Cup?

Postby ReasonstobefearfulP3 » Tue Mar 13, 2018 10:33 pm

vladimir wrote:
Harold wrote:Theresa May allowed British weapons to be sold to the Saudis. Some of these weapons were undoubtedly used in the Yemeni war and many children have unfortunately been killed in the conflict. So it can be said with a high degree of certainty that May has the blood of Yemeni children on her hands.

The US and Israel know full well that their weapons are ending up in the hands of ISIS. Hilary Clinton even acknowledged that much in an e-mail.

On the other hand, there is only circumstantial evidence linking the Skripal hit to the Kremlin. The burden of proof is on those who are accusing the Russian government.It certainly does seem probable that the Kremlin was involved, unlike the Litvenenko case. I will say that my respect for the Russian government would increase if I found out that they were behind the hit. The UK supports a genocidal and neo-Nazi regime in Kiev so there is no reason for a country like Russia to respect the UK enough to refrain from killing their adversaries in the country.


Don't forget the UK got paid by Zionists to steal Palestine...their list of human rights abuses perhaps matches the USA's

Laughable...but..but...you killed a spy of ours...we have no proof, but who cares about innocent until proven guilty, right? That's for rich people to claim



whoah, steady on vlad. We have much more history than the US of A. We had too much blood on our hands before the americas were even discovered

A high % of people in the UK are not happy with the relationship we have with the Arab countries and most that have researched a little are aware and unhappy of the Palestine situation. However, Russia are not innocent in the Syrian/Yemeni wars and are definitely to blame for the Ukraine conflicts
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Re: Should England boycott the World Cup?

Postby RainMan » Wed Mar 14, 2018 6:57 am

Why would Russia use Novichock, a 30 year old nerve toxin anyway linking it directly to Russia? Apparently you can by the book on how to make it on Amazon for 30 bucks
‘State Secrets: An Insider's Chronicle of the Russian Chemical Weapons Program.’ Its paperback edition is available on Amazon and sells for just $30. If the formula is genuine, this is probably the first time a whistleblower has provided free access to a method of producing the highly poisonous weapon.
https://www.rt.com/news/421200-uk-novic ... legations/

The Russians had this guy locked up and then exchanged him in a prisoner swap, doesn't seem like he was a threat then.

Somebody needs a war.
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Re: Should England boycott the World Cup?

Postby vladimir » Wed Mar 14, 2018 7:07 am

Cinque SLA wrote:It's obvious Russia used a deadly nerve agent in the UK directly against two people, but putting many others at risk.


Oh? Obvious, is it? Please show us some evidence that are privy to.

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Re: Should England boycott the World Cup?

Postby vladimir » Wed Mar 14, 2018 7:15 am

ReasonstobefearfulP3 wrote:A high % of people in the UK are not happy with the relationship we have with the Arab countries and most that have researched a little are aware and unhappy of the Palestine situation. However, Russia are not innocent in the Syrian/Yemeni wars and are definitely to blame for the Ukraine conflicts


1. The US funded IS/ISIS/ISIL to stir shit in the Middle East/North Africa, including Syria

2. Saudi Arabia started the shite in Yemen, and the UK sold them arms with glee

3. Ukraine...I don't think you can expect The Vlad to do nothing when people stir shite on his doorstep...remember Cuba?

What makes a proxy war acceptable for one nation, but not for another? How many countries has the US/NATO started wars in compared to the Russians/Chinese/N. Koreans?

The West is truly decadent..read The Decline and Fall of The Roman Empire...deja vu 9.1
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Re: Should England boycott the World Cup?

Postby ali baba » Wed Mar 14, 2018 11:49 am

Miguelito wrote:So Russia assassinates a UK citizen on British soil, and the response is "we shouldn't send our football team to play on their soil"? That's a great foreign policy there, sure to solve all the world's issues, and a clear detterent to future actions.

Russia (The Soviet Union) boycotted a football match in Chile because the sports stadium was being used as a torture centre by Pinochet.

Also you seem to be under the impression that boycotts and other actions are mutually exclusive. Boycotting a sporting event doesn't prevent a country from imposing sanctions, expelling diplomats, etc.
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Re: Should England boycott the World Cup?

Postby RainMan » Wed Mar 14, 2018 11:56 am

vladimir wrote:
Cinque SLA wrote:It's obvious Russia used a deadly nerve agent in the UK directly against two people, but putting many others at risk.


Oh? Obvious, is it? Please show us some evidence that are privy to.

:facepalm:


Yes, it's very obvious, Putin did it to bolster his re-election. :-?
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Re: Should England boycott the World Cup?

Postby McPhisto » Thu Mar 15, 2018 4:10 am

Miguelito wrote:
vladimir wrote:
Miguelito wrote:True, there is not irrefutable proof, but there is some proof. That is why the UK has actually demanded an explanation from Russia on how a Russian military grade nerve agent was used in this instance. One of two options: government sanctioned, or the government lost it to a third, which would be even worse.


Using exactly the same reasoning, May killed children in Yemen, the US and Israel are funding ISIS/ISIL in Syria...oh, wait... :lol:

Latest:

https://www.rt.com/news/421123-uk-compl ... ifications


1) No, that is not the same “logic” whatsoever.
2) A former Russian spy saying “it was the British government” to RT is not the “latest news”, it just sounds like a conspiracy theorist claiming the Jews took down the World Trade Towers on 9/11.

Isn't it precious that the same poster who chides everybody who disagrees with him as being brainwashed by Fox News or BBC News can link RT articles to provide backup as justification of his own distorted views and not see the slightest irony in that.
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Re: Should England boycott the World Cup?

Postby ABitLikeJesus » Thu Mar 15, 2018 5:19 am

Russia is a police state, pure and simple. This assassination is useful to Putin in several ways, for example he can use the response to boost his narrative of the international persecution of Russia, the distraction of the people from the true nature of his corrupt regime. The execution of a traitor will also be popular with those who buy into the extreme nationalism he has been pushing.

Dissent is growing in Russia. The opposition are becoming stronger. They are still weak and Putin is secure for now, but they do have a history of revolution. I hope and dream that one day we will see this butcher swinging from a lamp post.

It is quite likely that RT will be banned from broadcasting in the UK. That can't come soon enough. There are sadly a lot of gullable fools out there who are willing to believe the propaganda, unable to see their agenda of western destabilisation.

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