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this cat lives in a show horse barn which is why it walks and runs that way
THIS CAT THINKS ITS A HORSE
My gosh, that is adorable <3
Still, can you imagine a live action version of the siege of Vervunhive with the right budget for it?
That would nightmarishly gorgeous.
Many years ago when I started reading 40k books, I thought about sending Fifteen Hours to Spielberg. A Guard movie is something we need.
Fifteen Hours was the first 40k book I read too, and I am still shocked no film director has read it and gone ‘why don’t we make this into a film?’
Lets petition a big name director to do a 40k movie.
Who would we go for? Peter Jackson?
My wishlist: Movies based on the Ciaphas Cain books (not too many because, honestly, they’re really similar, so focus on the really good ones), and Band of Brothers-style miniseries about Gaunt’s Ghosts
And a movie of Cadian Blood :3
A Gaunt’s Ghosts miniseries…..Hell yes.
generally, when you see white dudes fighting in third world warzones that look well trained, fed, and equipped, it’s not unreasonable to assume they’re NATO spec-ops or mercenaries.
when I see pictures of “training camps” and they’re all decked out in military gear except for the black balacava it tells me that the only reason they’re masking their identity is probably because they’re CIA
Do you think the CIA is working with ISIS?
Al-Baghdadi was reportedly a “civilian internee” at Camp Bucca, a U.S. military detention facility near Umm Qasr, Iraq. James Skylar Gerrond, a former U.S. Air Force security forces officer and a compound commander at Camp Bucca in 2006 and 2007, said the camp “created a pressure cooker for extremism.”
Sheikh Nabil Naiim, considered to be the historical leader of the Islamic Jihadist movement in Egypt, led the Safwa Al-Qaeda training camp where he met Osama bin Laden. Naiim then moved to Sudan with Al-Qaeda leader Ayman al-Zawahiri and was officially recognized as an Al-Qaeda member. Naiim identified Al-Qaeda leader Ayman al-Zawahiri as a US double agent.
“What is Zawahiri going to give you? Scud missiles? He owns nothing and he’s constantly on the move. All he owns is the recording that he releases every 6 months. But these however are his orders from the Americans,” states Naiim. “These leaders are manipulating you, you will find yourself dying and the Americans fulfilling their goals not yours,” adds Naiim.
Naiim’s assertion that Jabhat Al-Nusra is being directed by the CIA would demolish claims by the White House and other NATO powers that there is a distinction between the Al-Nusra front, which killed U.S. troops in Iraq, and Free Syrian Army rebels.
The leader of Jabhat Al-Nusra, Mohammed al-Jawlani, swore allegiance to Al-Qaeda leader Ayman al-Zawahiri back in April.
Immediately after the State Department declared Jabhat al-Nusra a terrorist organization, 29 different FSA rebel outfits pledged allegiance to the Al-Qaeda group. In addition, a top FSA General recently told Al-Jazeera that the FSA is co-operating with Al-Nusra.
The Obama administration recently announced that it would send heavy weaponry to the Syrian rebels, although the CIA has been aiding in weapons transfers from other Gulf countries since at least the beginning of last year, according to the New York Times.
There are numerous other clear indications that Syrian rebels have merged with Al-Qaeda terrorists in Syria.
- FSA rebels are defecting to Jabhat al-Nusra in droves.
- FSA rebels have vowed to “fight the U.S.” once they finish with Bashar Al-Assad.
- Another video shows FSA rebels chanting, “We are all with Osama bin Laden!”
The CIA has a long history of hands-on experience with terrorists who have allegedly attacked the United States. Ramzi Yousef, the supposed mastermind of the 1993 World Trade Center bombing and the planned Bojinka attack, was recruited by the CIA and fought with the Mujahideen in Afghanistan.
Ali Mohamed, a major in the Egyptian army recruited by the CIA,
“trained most of al-Qaeda’s top leadership – including bin Laden and [Ayman] al-Zawahiri – and most of al-Qaeda’s top trainers. Mohamed taught surveillance, counter-surveillance, assassinations, kidnapping, codes, ciphers and other intelligence techniques,”
U.S. prosecutor Patrick Fitzgerald told the 9/11 Commission in 2004. “For five years he was moving back and forth between the US and Afghanistan.”
“It’s impossible the CIA thought he was going there as a tourist. If the CIA hadn’t caught on to him, it should be dissolved and its budget used for something worthwhile,” Nabil Sharef, a university professor and former Egyptian intelligence officer, told The Wall Street Journal in November, 2001.