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Xerxes22

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Pakistani American diaspora usually call themselves Yankistanis to paint affiliation to both countries or are called by others as a term of endearment
He is from Palestine afaik
You very well know I'm not Pakistani. I called Yankistani cuz he refers to US military as "WE" while referring to Hamas as holy Hamas. I said shabbat shalom to ur fraudster friend who runs multiple accounts and is probably on a payroll of rogue organizations.
 

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You're obviously in denial because even Vice news documented how more than half of Ukrainians in Crimea defected. If you want I will show u the video.

Finland and Sweden can't join NATO, no country can as long as they are embroiled in any war or conflict. Russia can take a village and its game over for NATO.

You're comparing Afghanistan to Crimea ? LOL Peter the Great made Ukraine literally that's history. 40% of Ukrainians consider Russians and Ukraine one people.

Time for Putin to show who's boss. Just like when Iran captured those crying American navy women. Or when Iran seized that oil tanker. Truth is a declining power should not be trying to take on powerful nations on the rise.

We can agree to disagree but just wait and see what happens. Even American intelligence believes that Ukraine will like last days. We will see. No point to debate until it ends.

and it begins.. the age of humiliation has begun for the US.


Russia evacuating embassy in Ukraine – media

Report alleges Moscow has begun repatriating representatives and their families
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LOL! If you want to use the same source, watch this then. Russian casualties hidden from the fighting in Ukraine thats still going on. So much for easily marching into Kiev.

As Sweden says, you can't tell them what to do, they can join NATO if they want.
 

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nobody in their right mind believes that Ukraine can stand up to Russia with or without NATO support. Most of those NATO weapons will end up in the black market or in the hands of the Russians. Look at all the weapons in Afghanistan now. Taliban constantly parade them around for fun. How many hundreds of billions did that cost US taxpayers ? Don't you feel embaressed at all ? No ? I guess Americans have no sense of shame or dignity ? No ?

Atleast half of Ukrainian soldiers will defect to Russia as soon as Russia invades. How is Ukraine going to function without Russian gas ? What are they going to eat for breakfast and lunch ? popsicles ? LOL How is Europe going to function without Russian gas for that matter ? Germany just shut down half of their nuclear reactors. LOL

After the US gets humiliated yet again just remember, its not Russia's fault. What is Russia supposed to do ? Sit idle while NATO surrounds it from all sides ? You reap what you sow. Just like Afghanistan, play stupid games, win stupid prizes.

Instead of dumping money into endless wars in far away regions, Americans could be building up domestic infrastructure and spending the money on healthcare and education, but no you'd rather invest in bombs and destruction. Fine have it your way, but don't be upset when the world laughs at you when its all over.

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LOL! If you want to use the same source, watch this then. Russian casualties hidden from the fighting in Ukraine thats still going on. So much for easily marching into Kiev.
As Sweden says, you can't tell them what to do, they can join NATO if they want.
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Here take a look at this. Ukraine out of sheer desperation, training 50 year old women to take on the Russian military. LOL This is reminisent of those women in Afghanistan holding rallies and claiming that they would fight the Taliban.

How many trillions did the US dump into Afghanistan ? Don't you feel bad that your tax money is being spent on this rubbish ? 10% of Americans don't have healthcare. Your infrastructure is 20-30 years behind China. Come on man wtf is this ? LOL :P


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LOL! If you want to use the same source, watch this then. Russian casualties hidden from the fighting in Ukraine thats still going on. So much for easily marching into Kiev.

As Sweden says, you can't tell them what to do, they can join NATO if they want.
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A few days ago 3000+ people died in the US due to Covid. 1000+ yesterday.

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In Iran the 6th wave has just begun. Yesterday 7000+ Covid cases in one day. Daily deaths are still low at 21 yesterday.

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ISIS attempts a mass prison break at Al Sina'a prison, Al-Hasakah, north eastern Syria, which is under Kurdish (SDF) / American control.

166 prisoners were killed, including 114 ISIS members. Atleast 250 ISIS prisoners have surrendered after the entire area was cordoned off and the US launched air strikes with F-16s and Apache helicopters. The US army also sent in Bradley fighting vehicles to support the SDF.

The Syrian Observatory: The death toll from the Al-Sina'a prison incidents in Hasaka has risen to 166, including 114 from ISIS​



 

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It is ok to look like the Italian car or helicopter, if it is built domestically.
Being an assembly line will not make it national car or helicopter project.

Making the cup holders will not count.
No country can make everything in house anymore. Economic principles dictate production and if Turkish manufacturers can save money and not reinvent the wheel, why not use foreign source? But makes sense and does not mean Turks can’t make something but that they’re smart enough to use available resources. I am sure that if Turks wanted to make it themselves, they would be able to do so.
 

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No country can make everything in house anymore. Economic principles dictate production and if Turkish manufacturers can save money and not reinvent the wheel, why not use foreign source? But makes sense and does not mean Turks can’t make something but that they’re smart enough to use available resources. I am sure that if Turks wanted to make it themselves, they would be able to do so.


So make the engine yourself and let Italy and Germany make the cup holder for you. You cannot make everything yourself. Leave the scut work for the rest.
 

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So make the engine yourself and let Italy and Germany make the cup holder for you. You cannot make everything yourself. Leave the scut work for the rest.
The Turks don’t look at it that way, if they want to make something there is nothing they can’t do. They have great engineering skills. And they didn’t isolate themselves and get sanctioned so have access to whatever they need!
 

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The Turks don’t look at it that way, if they want to make something there is nothing they can’t do. They have great engineering skills. And they didn’t isolate themselves and get sanctioned so have access to whatever they need!

I am glad that they are happy to be on the receiving end of technology. Everybody is happy.
 

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No country can make everything in house anymore. Economic principles dictate production and if Turkish manufacturers can save money and not reinvent the wheel, why not use foreign source? But makes sense and does not mean Turks can’t make something but that they’re smart enough to use available resources. I am sure that if Turks wanted to make it themselves, they would be able to do so.
The obvious problem with foreign sourcing,especially of critical components,is that if those foreign sources turn out to be both politically and economically unreliable,then you have big problems.....
At best your program can be set back years owing to the time it takes to either source an equivalent component from somewhere else,or to have to indigenously design or reverse engineer/reengineer your own replacement.
Or at worst the whole program has to be scrapped,essentially flushing years of work and effort,not to mention the vast sums of money effectively squandered,down the drain.
Speaking of the turks,a beautiful example of this very sort of thing is the turkish altay tank program,whos problems with acquiring an engine,and especially a transmission,first from the germans,and then the south koreans,have pretty much effectively left the program in limbo.
 

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The Turks don’t look at it that way, if they want to make something there is nothing they can’t do. They have great engineering skills. And they didn’t isolate themselves and get sanctioned so have access to whatever they need!
Right......./s

Isolation is one thing, dependency is another. Turkey is not an isolated country but they have linked their industries to other more powerful nations.

And the moment your foreign policy or national interests clash with theirs you are hamstrung in making the decisions you need to make.

You can ask the Turks about why the SDF/PKK have captured several hundred kilometers of border area with Turkey and the decision makers in the government cannot attack them because of Europe/USA.

If they did not have this concern they would invade Northern Syria to prevent a serious long-term threat that will only continue to gain strength over time.
 

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Over 57,000 Iraqi students studying in Iran​

More than half million foreign students study in Iran for free..All being "Persionized"!!
@camelguy ..oh my God!..Iraqi's being "Persianized"..lol..I think you once said you did study in Iran and speak Farsi...looks like we the "majoos" failed to bring you to our side..Cheers man:cheers:

More than half million foreign students study in Iran for free..All being "Persianized"!!:p::p:

BAM Citadel (“Arg-e Bam”) . after the restoration ...just beautiful

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The origins of the citadel of Bam (“Arg-e Bam”), can be traced back to the Achaemenid period (6th to 4th centuries BC) and even beyond. The heyday of the citadel was from the 7th to 11th centuries, being at the crossroads of important trade routes and known for the production of silk and cotton garments.
 
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No country can make everything in house anymore. Economic principles dictate production and if Turkish manufacturers can save money and not reinvent the wheel, why not use foreign source? But makes sense and does not mean Turks can’t make something but that they’re smart enough to use available resources. I am sure that if Turks wanted to make it themselves, they would be able to do so.
Change your flag to erdogistan. Not even liberal minded Turks think like you. Do you realize what happens if foreign companies pull their plugs from Turkey? Do not be a little child.
 

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BAM Citadel (“Arg-e Bam”) . after the restoration ...just beautiful

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The origins of the citadel of Bam (“Arg-e Bam”), can be traced back to the Achaemenid period (6th to 4th centuries BC) and even beyond. The heyday of the citadel was from the 7th to 11th centuries, being at the crossroads of important trade routes and known for the production of silk and cotton garments.
that's a Mockup ,actually the majority of the work done there was removing the rubbles and very little building is done there (mainly on the citadel but very little to none is done about the old city around the citadel)
 

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