Highlander Season 15: Top Tiers

High A

Week 5

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Results submitted:
by Seb (Ugandan Pizza Police)

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Uganda Ugandan Pizza Police vs France Tourettes Frenchclub
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Players

Ugandan Pizza Police (9) Raipe, fundo, Yxxo, 31, Nebula, Jusa, redwood, Seb, shadyr
Tourettes Frenchclub (9) Raf, counou, Deox, Khazul, Kresnik, cobz, Synrise, Kaylus, Olgha

9 Comments

  1. Default Date said:

    A default date has been set for this match by ETF2L.
    The default date is: Thursday, 19 April 2018, 21:00
    Please play this match on the appointed time and submit the results.
    If the default date does not suit you, please contact your opponent and ask them to reschedule.

  2. Pistol.Peter98[FR]: praise - gaeta said:

    redwood wins these

  3. Fire: WCS said:

    khazul do me proud

  4. Foz: (ETF2L Donator) said:

    redwood pound

  5. AlesKee said:

    ez for 4 finns and the jew

  6. Adje: BMS said:

    easy for cough + 8

  7. HartzFartz: (ETF2L Donator) - PrettyGay - pizza said:

    There are many causes for the killings in Uganda but the main reason is the regimes of the power hungry Milton Obote and the infamous Idi Amin. They have both caused violence and a lot of bloodshed. Obote became prime minister in 1962 and in 1966 he suspended the constitution, removed the ceremonial and vice president and maintained all government powers. Uganda became a republic in 1967 which gave the president even more power. Obote’s government also had a military led by Commander Idi Amin. Amin declared himself president, got rid of the parliament and altered the constitution to give him absolute power. Amin’s rule caused economic decline, social disintegration and human rights violations. The Acholi and Langi tribes were especially targeted of his political persecution because they had supported Obote and were in his army. It’s estimated that more than 100,000 Ugandans had been murdered and more than 80,000 were forced to leave the country. By 1984 about a quarter of a million Ugandans were living in exile as refugees. After Amin’s removal, Obote ruled until July 27, 1985. Under his rule, the security forces had one of the world’s worst human rights record. After Obote fled to Zambia, massive human rights violations continued as the Okello government murdered civilians in order to destroy the National Resistance Army’s (NRA) support. The entire society was being destroyed physically, culturally, socially and economically.

  8. Yxxo: TSM - c4° said:

    http://logs.tf/2009919 – round 1
    http://logs.tf/2009945 – round 2
    http://logs.tf/2009950 – combined

  9. counou: FAINT - -chess- said:

    gg

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