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BelialX3_666 said:
My bad for posting the 50 cal pic to anyone that was offended. Here's the link to those that want to see it. If you go through the rest of the forum it has pics taken by soldiers in Iraq of all types.

WARNING: The following contains a man with his head blown off from a .50 caliber weapon, do not , I say do not enter the link if you have a weak stomach!!!! <--How's That?
http://img.nowthatsfuckedup.com/files/s/3/s3000001_156_141.jpg
haha, good shit. I wasnt offended, just wasnt quite sure if this is a good place to post or not. Thanks for posting the link
 

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Bohemian Grove, sometime in the 80's. "The Greatest Men's Party" on earth, it takes place somewhere in northern california (Monte Rio, sonoma county). it's a gathering for different famous figures, most notably every Republican president from coolidge to George jr.

as u can see, both Reagan and Nixon are there. They dress up in weird garb and make "sacrifices" and talk to some Huge owl statue and have "fireside chats" and "Lakeside talks" about different topics.

known members were/are:

George HW bush
Bush Jr.
Dick Cheney
Eisenhower
Gerald Ford
Newt Gingrich
Alan Greenspan
Colin Powell
Nixon
Reagan
and many other MAJOR officials (former CIA director, former head of the world bank)

Nixon actually called it the "most goddamned faggy thing you could imagine" and said he would never shake hands with people from SF.

there are several theories that illumanti and freemasonry goings-on occur here.

no press is allowed in.

 
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2-0-Sixx said:

Armenian Genocide, 1914


ArmenianGenocide. Turkish hangmen and their victims in a public square. Professionals and intellectuals were the first to be eliminated, Aleppo, 1915. (Reinstated)


A wounded Armenian child is carried away as the bewildered mother stands by the stunned. (Reinstated), 1915

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The long lines deporting Armenians to the arid deserts of Der el Zor resulted in rapes, infant drownings, slashing of bodies, live burials, torture, starvation and finally death.
My great-grandmother actually escaped the armenian genocides(she fled to Lebanon to save her life like many other armenians did), her mother and sister were killed though, ...She told some crazy stories about that time, Turkish soldiers would basicly ask armenians,"do you accept mohammed?" and if you said no, your essentially dead with in the next few seconds...She had a younger sister that was too young to say anything, the turks stole her and gave her to a Muslim Turkish family, as a result of that i have muslim relatives that i have never met or seen. People always speak of the jewish genocide as being one of the most horrific yet they forget about the armenian one which was comparable in terms of the death toll.
 
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2-0-Sixx said:
^^I dont think people forget about the Armenian genocide, I think they simply do not know about it.

Thanks for sharing your story, btw.
To tell you the truth, I'm pretty history smart and I didn't know about this. Thanks for bringing it to my attention because now I'll read up on it. I spend my TV watching time usually watching the History Channel , Discovery , National Geographic, etc. but I've yet to hear about this. I wonder why that is , it was a tramatic time for people of Armenian descent and it deserves to be recognized especially when there was apparently 1.5 million killed.
Thanks for sharing your story, Malkorasoul.
 
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BelialX3_666 said:
To tell you the truth, I'm pretty history smart and I didn't know about this. Thanks for bringing it to my attention because now I'll read up on it. I spend my TV watching time usually watching the History Channel , Discovery , National Geographic, etc. but I've yet to hear about this. I wonder why that is , it was a tramatic time for people of Armenian descent and it deserves to be recognized especially when there was apparently 1.5 million killed.
Thanks for sharing your story, Malkorasoul.

this is basically what i was gonna say..

that is some real fucked up shit..
and i have never heard about it..

im with ^^ i watch a lot of history channel, disocvery, etc...and have never heard of this EVER.

thanks for that story..ima read up on this also..

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May 6th 1968. 6th arrondissement. Boulevard Saint Germain. Students hurling projectiles against the riot police


Cerro Muriano (Cordoba front). September 5, 1936. Republican militiaman (Federico Borrell Garcia) at the moment of death. ("The Falling Soldier")


NORMANDY, France — The first wave of American troops lands on Omaha Beach at dawn on June 6, 1944, marking the beginning of Operation Overlord.
 
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TEHRAN, Iran — Veiled women training in shooting on the outskirts of the city, 1986.


HAVANA — Castro enters the city and delivers an hours-long speech, 1959.



VIETNAM — The 10-year-old South Vietnamese soldier in this 1968 photo was known as "little tiger" for allegedly having killed his mother and teacher, two Viet Cong members.
 
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USA. CHICAGO. 1968. Black Panthers


WASHINGTON — A Vietnam veteran holds an American flag to the Vietnam Memorial on the 10th anniversary of the end of the war, in 1985.


NORTHERN IRELAND. Derry. January 30, 1972. A victim lies in a pool of blood as the shooting stops on Bloody Sunday.
 
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great pics! kind of reminds you that there is a whole different world out there, and we have gone a long way as a country. hope we can keep on moving in a positive direction for the sake of our youth.