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    Re: UK agents 'colluded with torture in Pakistan'

    Quote Originally Posted by Infinite Chaos View Post
    Doesn't matter what you say Laila, we're "Euromopes" or "Liberals" whatever we say think or feel.
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    Re: UK agents 'colluded with torture in Pakistan'

    Quote Originally Posted by TacticalEvilDan View Post
    Tashah, I just love how you post this thread on a Sunday morning and are surprised when other people are too busy living their lives to answer you straight away.
    Well Dan, during the 4 hour span between Posts #1 and 2, Euro's (mid morning in Europe) did indeed log in and visit the *BN* forum. They couldn't have missed the story. It was right there at the top. That is precisely why I put up post #2. I just love how you somehow know the way it went down when you weren't even here.

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    Re: UK agents 'colluded with torture in Pakistan'

    Quote Originally Posted by TacticalEvilDan View Post
    Tashah, I just love how you post this thread on a Sunday morning and are surprised when other people are too busy living their lives to answer you straight away.
    Thank you.

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    That's enough out of you, you Liberal Euromope!
    Witty repartee and intelligent conversation at last. I was at the "Liberal Euromope" conference when this thread was created so didn't have time to...

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    Re: UK agents 'colluded with torture in Pakistan'

    Quote Originally Posted by Tashah View Post
    Well Dan, during the 4 hour span between Posts #1 and 2, Euro's (mid morning in Europe) did indeed log in and visit the *BN* forum. They couldn't have missed the story. It was right there at the top. That is precisely why I put up post #2. I just love how you somehow know the way it went down when you weren't even here.
    I can't decide which is funnier:
    • My original thought, which is that you posted this thread, waited 3 hours, and then barked at the Europeans who frequent DP for not responding quick enough while not taking into account that they might be out having lives of their own
    • The fact that you sat there and watched who went where on the forum so that you could justify, at least in your own mind, barking at the Europeans who frequent DP for not responding quick enough
    Besides, since when are you a credible source on which European members were doing what where when on the forum? You're obviously out to put one "in your face," otherwise you wouldn't have followed-up on your own thread the way you did.

    Did you actually want to get their perspective on the OP, or did you just want to go "neah neah neah?"
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    Re: UK agents 'colluded with torture in Pakistan'

    Quote Originally Posted by zimmer View Post
    Isn't it.
    I wonder what valuable info they got from their suspects.
    I heard they caught a guy who was totally innocent. When he couldn't take any more he told them that France was planning on attacking the Brits. It's all over the news how England is planning to declare war on France... all based on false admissions in order to stop torture.

    Sound familiar


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    Re: UK agents 'colluded with torture in Pakistan'

    Quote Originally Posted by Tashah View Post
    Source: Guardian UK

    This one is for some of our EU members who love to bash the US for condoning torture. Pot... meet kettle.
    I don't think it'll satisfy them. We're outcasts among Europhiles because the British public doesn't much like the EUroplot.

    These people should be arrested if they were torturing people or encouraging it. Such behaviour is contrary to the bill of rights. Anyone tried should however be tried in Britain only.
    Well Dan, during the 4 hour span between Posts #1 and 2, Euro's (mid morning in Europe) did indeed log in and visit the *BN* forum. They couldn't have missed the story. It was right there at the top. That is precisely why I put up post #2. I just love how you somehow know the way it went down when you weren't even here.
    What is a Euro? I thought it was the coin of the EUroplot. You seem to be treating Europeans as nationality.
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    Re: UK agents 'colluded with torture in Pakistan'

    Quote Originally Posted by Laila View Post
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    I hope all them UK Agents are fired, stripped of their position, their superiors jailed. Them jailed. If this goes higher into the Government, then i would want them infront of EuCofHR
    Screw that, we can punish our own criminals and have been doing so for a millenia, we don't need some despotic, usupring power ,which often operates contrary to ancient common law principles, to do it for us.
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    Re: UK agents 'colluded with torture in Pakistan'

    Quote Originally Posted by RightinNYC View Post
    ****ing priceless.

    Deny, deny, deny.
    To be fair Pete is not an Englishmen. He should not be held responsible for anything we do in the same way don't need him apologising for us. Europe, believe it or not is not a country, and God willing it will never be one, at least with Britain in it.
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    Re: UK agents 'colluded with torture in Pakistan'

    Quote Originally Posted by GySgt View Post
    No. My hate for the average Euro sentiment is quite tasteful. It allows me to see past the surface BS that Europe's been under for decades.



    Oh....as an American my place is to bend over for the European right? His spill of "moral superiority" is supposed to be welcomed and groveled over? Typical. One up? With an abundance of Euro BS to pull from just in the twentieth century, "one up" is easy. You people are a joke. You whine about a few cases and attempt to equate that to what you've done and continue to do.

    And yes...I do despise the European attitude displayed by PeteEU, Maximus Zebra, and yourself. I do choose to deny you your celebrated self-righteous parties that merely allow you to gloss over the overwhelming guilt and depravity with European stamps upon them.
    Look mate I'm not one of them but you do talk a lot of bollocks about Europe and you do seem to despise it. Obviously if that includes Britain then I take a great offense and even if it doesn't, and despite my anti-EU position, I don't think there is much ground for a lot of it.
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    Re: UK agents 'colluded with torture in Pakistan'

    Quote Originally Posted by ADK_Forever View Post
    I heard they caught a guy who was totally innocent. When he couldn't take any more he told them that France was planning on attacking the Brits. It's all over the news how England is planning to declare war on France... all based on false admissions in order to stop torture.

    Sound familiar


    Torture doesn't work. It just makes the torturee feel better.
    If I took the time to post historical examples of torture working and providing needed intel, then how would you change your argument? Perhaps you wouldn't be an absolutist on the issue?
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