ISIS in Deir ez-Zor got almost rekt, siege is broken.
YPG forces started their own offensive and arrived in north of Deir ez-Zor. >US-Led Coalition ‘Will Not Allow’ Syrian Army To Cross Euphrates River In Deir Ezzor https://twitter.com/southfronteng/status/906624779997765632 wew I except they start fighting with each other soon, maybe even tomorrow, while ISIS will occasionaly bomb a car or a tank on both sides.
ISIS in eastern Homs are getting gradually removed and hopefully soon they will be containet in the east.
There was something about Israel entering Lebanon air space and Syria reacting with anti air defence but sadly I lost link to proofs.
In the past few years with the migrant crisis on our hands the European People's Party frequently pulled out the idea that the Fidesz should be booted out of it's members. Never went through with it. Now they threatened again, here's the result (in English): https://index.hu/english/2019/03/21/epp_fidesz_suspension_political_communication_trick_weber_orban_media_ep2019/ Basically Fidesz said they gave up their rights in the Party temporarily also leave the Soros financed Central European University alone. This allowed the EPP not going through with the threat but also can pretend they punished the renitent Fidesz who in return can boast the solution of their problem was theirs.
>>24010 So nothing of importance happens and everyone claims victory. In terms of pure negotiation, this is the perfect deal. Obviously the problem remains and continues to grow but everyone is happy in the short term. But in all seriousness, what difference does it make if Fidesz is or is not within the EPP?
Below you will find the extraction from the book of David Deutsch, "The fabric of Reality", which feels very appealing to my taste. What do you think about our ability to comprehend Reality in general, or about the book, if you've read it?
Now I return to the question I posed in the previous chapter, namely whether, if we had only a virtual-reality rendering based on the wrong laws of physics to learn from, we should expect to learn the wrong laws. The first thing to stress is that we *do* have only virtual reality based on the wrong laws to learn from! As I have said, all our external experiences are of virtual reality, generated by our own brains. And since our concepts and theories (whether inborn or learned) are never perfect, all our renderings are indeed inaccurate. That is to say, they give us the experience of an environment that is significantly different from the environment that we are really in. Mirages and other optical illusions are examples of this. Another is that we experience the Earth to be at rest beneath our feet, despite its rapid and complex motion in reality. Another is that we experience a single universe, and a single instance of our own conscious selves at a time, while in reality there are many. But these inaccurate and misleading experiences provide no argument against scientific reasoning. On the contrary, such deficiencies are its very starting-point.
>>24005 >C'mon dude, that's not the way one makes a serious statement. <serious statement <C'mon dude Dropped. >Then Satanists can feel offended instead. It's hard to please every creed. Please not the Satanists. If anything, we should do everything to DISPLEASE them.
>>24006 Your behaviour isn't very Christian you know. You write all haughty when you should be humble. You show the arrogance of Pride when you should be tolerant out of Patience. On the other hand, appealing to authority, like how you did it with the Bible, is very Christian. And Communist (muh Das Kapital, muh Little Red Book of Mao). And Nazi (muh Mein Kampf). And Muslim (muh Koran). And all the other book cults.