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(Rolling Stone)   Suspected US drone strikes are affecting the Yemeni psyche to the point where they think the drones are checking out their women, although if that was the case we'd have drones all over Sweden instead   ( divider line
    More: Interesting, Sweden, Yemen, Americans, Bureau of Investigative Journalism, drone strikes, Saleh, Land Cruisers, tribes  
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2014-04-17 04:57:19 PM  
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2014-04-17 01:25:03 PM  
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Marine1: Middle Easterners affected by said drone strikes:

Note the lack of strikes in Canada, Germany, the UK, and other places where psychotic extremists plot to kill people based on their lack of belief in the Muslim faith.

Either you can take care of the extremists, or we can. Since you won't, we will.

For every extremist we kill with this method, how many do we create via collateral damage?  If these strikes kill civilians as well as the intended targets, and it appears certain that they do, how can we claim to be morally superior?
2014-04-17 12:55:37 PM  
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Marine1: Either you can take care of the extremists, or we can. Since you won't, we will.

I've read it in Putin voice. Sounded just right.
2014-04-17 12:02:17 PM  
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Yemen has Oil?
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