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  1. @A Freeman This topic was discussed here: Here are a two answers from Flat Earthers regarding the flight path from Sydney to Santiago:
  2. It is not a matter for the airlines to decide whether they fly a transoceanic route or not - they have to follow strict regulations: http://aviationknowledge.wikidot.com/aviation:extended-range-twin-engine-operational-performance
  3. Turkey referendum 2017 unofficial overall results: YES: 51.32% NO: 48.68% Ballots opened: 97.92% It's about time to congratulate Sultan Erdogan!
  4. For those who don't know it: "Christ has risen!" is the so-called Easter Acclamation, the customary greeting at Easter among Eastern Orthodox and Oriental Orthodox Christians.
  5. The articles linked below contain some background info about the bus convoy which evacuated civilians to Aleppo: https://sputniknews.com/middleeast/201704151052670371-blast-syria-evacuees-aleppo/ https://sputniknews.com/middleeast/201704151052675901-militants-aleppo-attack-convoy/
  6. According to the latest news there are more than 100 dead.
  7. Trump's new slogan seems to be "Making the military great again." Unfortunately, I think this will end badly.
  8. I fully agree. The strategy of certain powers to fight a proxy war in the Middle East using radical Islamists didn't achieve its goals, therefore I expect them to engage in a more direct way in the near future. The main arena of the coming conflict seems to be Lebanon / Syria. A short remark contained in an article written by Elijah J. Magnier - a well-known war correspondent & analyst - caught my attention: The roles of the US, Russia, Turkey, Iran and Israel in Syria: moving towards the end of the war
  9. Two examples of Russia's response to the U.S. cruise missile attack on Syria. I'm posting them here just for the record.
  10. That's a rather strange way to destroy evidence! Is it an instance of friendly fire?
  11. China's "coal embargo" against North Korea began two months ago - the following article was published on February 18, 2017. The claim that the embargo is due to an agreement between Trump and Xi Jinping seems to be a fairy tale. https://www.nytimes.com/2017/02/18/world/asia/north-korea-china-coal-imports-suspended.html?_r=0
  12. I guess it's a distraction, whether they really dropped a MOAB or not is of secondary importance. Here is the reason why I think this way:
  13. A quote from the report: https://investmentwatchblog.com/mit-professor-theodore-postol-just-published-a-14-page-document-questioning-white-house-claims-that-sarin-was-dropped-from-syrian-air-force-plane/
  14. The full text of the report is on scribd: "A Quick Turnaround Assessment of the White House Intelligence Report Issued on April 11, 2017 About the Nerve Agent Attack in Khan Shaykhun, Syria" https://www.scribd.com/document/344995943/Report-by-White-House-Alleging-Proof-of-Syria-as-the-Perpetrator-of-the-Nerve-Agent-Attack-in-Khan-Shaykhun-on-April-4-2017#fullscreen&from_embed Some info about Theodor Postol, the author of that report: http://thebulletin.org/bio/theodore-postol
  15. The analysis of the WH claims is quite devastating. My next post contains a link to the full text and some info about the author of the report. https://www.rt.com/usa/384520-postol-report-sarin-syria/