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    Quote Originally Posted by TolkoRaz View Post
    Many so called Christians very carefully select which of the 10 Commandments they follow!
    Indeed. They may be called nominal believers, ones who live in a land where their faith is legal, and don’t see it as a 24/7 guide to their lives, but something to do on big holidays for cultural reasons. A majority of people who identify as “Christian”, and as “Muslim”, are nominal. Such people do not believe their religion has the authority to correct their own ideas, and as such, are the popes and arbiters of their own, private religion.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Benedikt View Post
    correct. and most of them have brown noses and tongues from sticking them up the back sides of the US -leaders-.
    It's high time for Russia to update Iran's defence system.
    S-400 is being shipped to Turkey a nato member,the US is stamping its feet over this deal, let's give them a good reason to be really annoyed.
    Win -win situation for Russia ,gives them more negotiating clout and possible vast payments to their defence companies.

    Putin is to visit KSA this month, talks of S-400 could be on the table.
    Imagine that , Iran, Turkey and th Saudis all with Russian defence systems.

    With the US leaving the Kurds out to dry in Syria, it looks like Trump is giving up on Syria,like he said he would.
    Kurds say US has betrayed them, says former US diplomat
    "The message here to all of our friends in the Middle East is that the United States is unreliable," former US ambassador to NATO Nicholas Burns told CNN New Day.

    https://www.google.com/amp/s/amp.cnn...icy-nd-vpx.cnn

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    Quote Originally Posted by Benedikt View Post
    ask the USA ending the death sentence? any religion there. no.
    would they do it? no.
    does it something to lessen the crimes and crime rate? no.
    does the threat of the death sentence discourage people from committing crimes? no.

    only thing they will tell - it is our business-.


    I agree with you on the American death penalty, of course they use expensive drugs to carry out this task. It would be much safer and human to use a bullet but of course the American government loves spending other peoples money. Oh and killing anyone that doesn't agree with them. Call it Democratic. 51%.and bigger guns and you are automatically right.
    If you trust the government you obviously failed history class. " George Carlin"

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    Quote Originally Posted by Uncle Wally View Post
    I agree with you on the American death penalty, of course they use expensive drugs to carry out this task. It would be much safer and human to use a bullet but of course the American government loves spending other peoples money. Oh and killing anyone that doesn't agree with them. Call it Democratic. 51%.and bigger guns and you are automatically right.
    It costs more to execute a criminal than it does to jail him for life. Not because of "expensive drugs", but because of all the time and money spent on the appeals process. Even if the convict is resigned to die, different (civil rights and others) groups contest the verdict as a matter of course, to the end. Check it out.
    If you're going to be dumb, you better be tough...

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    Quote Originally Posted by bydand View Post
    It costs more to execute a criminal than it does to jail him for life. Not because of "expensive drugs", but because of all the time and money spent on the appeals process. Even if the convict is resigned to die, different (civil rights and others) groups contest the verdict as a matter of course, to the end. Check it out.

    Yes, I know that it can take 30 years to get to the execution.
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    "The message here to all of our friends in the Middle East is that the United States is unreliable," former US ambassador to NATO Nicholas Burns told CNN New Day.


    the USA ( and i am talking about government, pen pushers and the stamp pad protectors, NOT the people) are fair weather friends only. even more, they are friends when it suites THEM...
    There is no greater treasure then pleasure....

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