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It seems odd to me, but I guess this is the direction propaganda is heading.

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It seems odd to me, but I guess this is the direction propaganda is heading.

 

 

I don't understand why you should find it odd. To fight modern warfare you need modern weapons.

 

I find it a great shame that human being can't sort out their differences without resorting to physical violence.

 

But I think you will find 'propaganda' on this forum, as well as elswhere.

 

Surely it is only the 'truth' that matters? I've never really agreed with (or felt a part of) the herd instinct myself, although I do feel it's pull sometimes.

 

Salaam,

 

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I don't understand why you should find it odd. To fight modern warfare you need modern weapons.

 

I find it a great shame that human being can't sort out their differences without resorting to physical violence.

 

But I think you will find 'propaganda' on this forum, as well as elswhere.

 

Surely it is only the 'truth' that matters? I've never really agreed with (or felt a part of) the herd instinct myself, although I do feel it's pull sometimes.

It was just odd in the sense of being novel to me, especially in combination with Al-Shabaab. This is more about me and my preconceptions than a judgment about Al-Shabaab or Twitter. I mean, now that it has been demonstrated, it certainly does make sense. And I agree with you, it would be a much better world if our differences could be resolved without physical violence.

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It was just odd in the sense of being novel to me, especially in combination with Al-Shabaab. This is more about me and my preconceptions than a judgment about Al-Shabaab or Twitter. I mean, now that it has been demonstrated, it certainly does make sense. And I agree with you, it would be a much better world if our differences could be resolved without physical violence.

 

 

Quite so.

But I wonder when, if ever that might come to be ..

 

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This twitter thing is really interesting. The Shabaab twitter and the Kenya Military Spokesman(plus others) are having a go at each other lol fascinating.

 

Kenya Military Spokesman said: "currently strength 9,700. Additional troops from Djib, Buru & Ug to be deplyd coming months. Totat = UN-mandated ceiling of 12K"

 

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Harakat Al-Shabaab Al Mujahideen Press Office: "50,000 Ethiopian troops couldn't pacify Somalia; you think a few disillusioned & disinclined Kenyan boys are up to the task?"

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It just sounds like two ####s fighting in the yard.

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