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flaw in ramiz dayi analogy

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Submitted by John in Michigan (United States), May 22, 2019 at 09:49

@ramiz dayi For your analogy to work, ISIS would have to be a domestic US political movement or bloc, formerly allied with the ruling party, that later turned terrorist and mounted a coup. Even the nutters who say that ISIS was created by the CIA would never define it as a former US domestic political entity once allied with either a Democrat or Republican President! Do you see the problem with your analogy?

(Well, that isn't the only problem with it...)

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