Syria Crisis: Obama warns Assad faces "consequences" if he uses chemical weapons [Archive] - MensTennisForums.com

Syria Crisis: Obama warns Assad faces "consequences" if he uses chemical weapons

Jimnik
02-04-2012, 06:30 PM
BBC News: Obama warns Assad (http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-middle-east-20583966)


Obama urges unity against global extremism (http://www.aljazeera.com/news/americas/2012/09/201292516632426145.html)



http://www.aljazeera.com/news/middleeast/2012/06/2012626234115656119.html



--> CLICK HERE FOR INTERACTIVE TIMELINE OF SYRIA UNREST <-- (http://www.aljazeera.com/indepth/interactive/2012/02/201225111654512841.html)

D2ZbN9dod-w


February 5th: Veto on Syria sparks Arab and Western fury (http://www.aljazeera.com/news/middleeast/2012/02/201224162422121856.html/)

Green light for Assad to continue the massacre.

This was just a few hours after one of the worst day of killings.

Moscow continue selling weapons to Assad.

abraxas21
02-04-2012, 08:50 PM
the good old days havent changed a bit

a so called libertarian calling for a strong multinational invasion on a poor third world nation. keep up the good principles, son :yeah:

Jimnik
02-04-2012, 09:03 PM
the good old days havent changed a bit

a so called libertarian calling for a strong multinational invasion on a poor third world nation. keep up the good principles, son :yeah:
When did I call for a multinational invasion, dad?

vucina
02-04-2012, 10:15 PM
Oh no, poor protestors! Now they won't be able to democratically introduce Sharia law.:sad:

Black Adam
02-05-2012, 04:00 AM
Any country would fight an armed uprising against a democratically elected Government. Sad when China and Russia are the ones standing up for democracy.

P.S. Is it all really about these guys trying to enforce Sharia rule?

buddyholly
02-05-2012, 04:14 AM
the good old days havent changed a bit



No, Putin thinks he is Stalin and China is still a communist imperialist rogue nation. Only the remnants of those two empires could shamelessly support Assad, along with North Korea, Iran and probably Cuba and Venezuela. The face of real socialism.

Echoes
02-05-2012, 03:47 PM
All my support to Dr Assad, the Baath party and Putin ! :yeah:

buddyholly
02-05-2012, 05:53 PM
They should call it the BLOOD BAATH party.

abraxas21
02-05-2012, 06:33 PM
When did I call for a multinational invasion, dad?

point taken

then again, thats the way these resolutions usually go to...

abraxas21
02-05-2012, 06:37 PM
No, Putin thinks he is Stalin and China is still a communist imperialist rogue nation.

putin certainly has many flaws but he's miles better than boris yeltsin who impovireshed and virtually sold out the nation to western interests.

russians are no idiots and they're aware of this all too well.

Mjau!
02-06-2012, 12:02 AM
Looks like Wolfowitz got it right for once.

TY2DKzastu8

tripwires
02-06-2012, 12:49 AM
Wow, so shocked that Russia and China yielded the veto. :rolleyes:

Stensland
02-06-2012, 01:45 PM
http://www.washingtonpost.com/national/national-security/us-closes-embassy-in-damascus-pulls-american-diplomats-out-of-syria/2012/02/06/gIQAAGhrtQ_story.html?tid=sm_twitter_washingtonpos t

BREAKING: US closes embassy in Damascus, pulls American diplomats out of Syria

JolánGagó
02-06-2012, 03:48 PM
Any country would fight an armed uprising against a democratically elected Government. Sad when China and Russia are the ones standing up for democracy.

P.S. Is it all really about these guys trying to enforce Sharia rule?

democratiwhat?

buddyholly
02-06-2012, 05:51 PM
democratiwhat?

That got me too. Then I decided it could only be sarcasm.

EddieNero
02-06-2012, 06:40 PM
Good for the game. Unfortunately, USA won't have an opportunity to donate the gift of democracy to Syria along with missiles.

Jimnik
02-06-2012, 07:05 PM
What game?

buddyholly
02-13-2012, 01:22 PM
All those ships in Turkey that the left is just itching to use in a freedom run to the shores of an eastern Mediterranean country where people are being massacred. Why are they still in port and where are the left wing intellectuals that are willing to die to save the lives of a helpless and persecuted people?

ssin
02-13-2012, 01:41 PM
Poor Syrians between a rock and a hard place. Outside threats just strengthen the regime, and the intervention would certainly lead to more deaths. Doing nothing about it is equally bad. The best thing would be if the oligarchy resigned peacefully, through combination of diplomacy, strong pressures and guarantees, done by the US, Arab countries, Russia and all others together, but there are opposed "strategic interests" that have nothing to do with ordinary people.

Aloimeh
02-13-2012, 01:48 PM
The Assads are Alawite Shi'ites, and as a religious minority in Syria they are eager to win the Christian vote.

Syria is one of the few Middle Eastern countries where persecution of Christians remains low...as opposed to the Western pets in Saudi Arabia, Turkey, Iraq, and Egypt.

The Copts of Egypt are facing increasing persecution by the Muslim Brotherhood stooges. Iraqi Christians have been all but wiped out.

If the Assads go, Syria is the next country to have its Christian minority wiped out by sharia.

It's a shame to all the evangelical "Christians" in the US who don't give a rat's behind about their co-religionists in the Middle East.

Btw: this whole story of the Assads brutally abusing the Syrian people is nothing but BS. We've seen this propaganda before and we'll see it again.

Aloimeh
02-13-2012, 01:52 PM
What game?

The Great Game (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Great_Game), episode 2 (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_New_Great_Game)...or is it 3 (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Arab_Spring)?

buddyholly
02-13-2012, 02:44 PM
Btw: this whole story of the Assads brutally abusing the Syrian people is nothing but BS. We've seen this propaganda before and we'll see it again.

Difficult to believe you actually wrote this. But I suppose anyone that can call evolution a hoax could conceivably make such a statement with a straight face.

Echoes
02-13-2012, 04:00 PM
90% of Syria supports Assad, that's common knowledge ...

And millions of supporters are demonstrating their support. Al Qaida of course supports the Rebels. Surprise? Anywhere where America stands, you can find Djihadists.

The Assads are secularists, first and foremost. And by the way, for most Syrian people, Islam is a mere 'cultural' trace. Many of them don't even celebrate Ramadan.

Jimnik
02-14-2012, 04:58 AM
UN Rights Chief:

"The failure of the Security Council to agree on firm collective action appears to have emboldened the Syrian government to launch an all-out assault in an effort to crush dissent with overwhelming force," she told the UN General Assembly on Monday.

http://www.aljazeera.com/news/middleeast/2012/02/201221435431397449.html

Aloimeh
02-14-2012, 05:08 AM
UN Rights Chief:

"The failure of the Security Council to agree on firm collective action appears to have emboldened the Syrian government to launch an all-out assault in an effort to crush dissent with overwhelming force," he told the UN General Assembly on Monday.

http://www.aljazeera.com/news/middleeast/2012/02/201221435431397449.html

Exactly as it should be. The US government would crush a revolt like this, too. So would any other self-respecting sovereign government.

tripwires
02-14-2012, 05:18 AM
:facepalm: Seriously?

buddyholly
02-14-2012, 10:49 AM
Exactly as it should be. The US government would crush a revolt like this, too. So would any other self-respecting sovereign government.

Interesting choice of word there - ''sovereign.'' But of course you could not use any word that would imply the government was actually the choice of the revolting people.

I would expect that if you had lived in the area 2000 years ago you would have been claiming ''Quite right to have crucified that rebel. Any self-respecting ruling authority would have done the same.''

Har-Tru
02-14-2012, 01:52 PM
Render unto Assad...

ssin
02-16-2012, 12:11 AM
it's a sort of a civil war and it means civilians are at the receiving end, to put it mildly. I try not to look at it ideologically. We should not be interested in either of the warring factions, they will not bring anything good to anyone in Syria. There was certainly some genuine discontent that could not be channeled through the regular Syrian system, and now it's a vicious circle of revenge and survival, conflict for its own sake, with a positive outcome impossible now, the damage has been done. Syrian government should have stepped down with some guarantees, their political power is not worth a single human life, but it seems it's too late for that. The lack of reliable information coming from Syria is frustrating. Ordinary people in Syria don't want this, that's for sure. Stupid politics and religion.

Jimnik
02-19-2012, 12:31 AM
Activists say several people injured as thousands turn out for funeral of slain protesters in capital's Mazzeh area.

http://www.aljazeera.com/news/middleeast/2012/02/201221813186397646.html

vucina
03-05-2012, 08:17 AM
http://rt.com/news/cemetery-libya-graves-desecrate-791/

Dedicated to all brain-dead Americans and Europeans who supported the "democratic rebels" against Gaddafi.
Continue doing that in Syria, I'm sure there are Christian graves to be smashed there as well.

Jimnik
06-27-2012, 06:14 AM
Here's the latest.

http://www.aljazeera.com/news/middleeast/2012/06/2012626234115656119.html

Assad will do whatever is necessary to crush the rebellion. But with Turkey getting involved, things could get even more rough.

peribsen
06-27-2012, 10:58 PM
Re: Syria Uprising: Assad says Syria "in a state of war"

Jeeeez!! Who would have thought?

Echoes
06-28-2012, 06:12 AM
Remove me a doubt. Nobody among you considers Al-Jazeera as a reliable source, really.

that's so pitiful. :rolleyes:

abraxas21
06-28-2012, 08:58 AM
UN Rights Chief:

"The failure of the Security Council to agree on firm collective action appears to have emboldened the Syrian government to launch an all-out assault in an effort to crush dissent with overwhelming force," she told the UN General Assembly on Monday.

http://www.aljazeera.com/news/middleeast/2012/02/201221435431397449.html

lol, the UN is such a joke. The sooner that organization ends, the better it will be for the world.

buddyholly
06-29-2012, 02:02 AM
lol, the UN is such a joke. The sooner that organization ends, the better it will be for the world.:hearts:
You are so right, it is now nothing more than a club for the failed nations of the world to deflect attention from their own miserable human rights records and try to pile on Israel. Their most recent move was to single out Canada as a human rights violator because student protesters that have been blocking the streets in Montreal for weeks, now have to file some days in advance in order to have a protest. The advance notice is somewhat less than the advance notice necessary in Switzerland before having a protest outside the offices of the UN Human Rights Committee. Do they bitch about that. Hell, no, they don't want to piss off the Swiss and have to go back to Zimbabwe, or some such bastion of humans rights.
I am with you all the way on this one.

Jimnik
09-25-2012, 09:16 PM
Among many things Obama said at the UN.

http://www.aljazeera.com/news/americas/2012/09/201292516632426145.html

TigerTim
09-25-2012, 09:18 PM
the UN has always been a toothless piece of shit

the security council is a fail.

Echoes
11-11-2012, 05:34 AM
Dr Assad on RT :worship::

pdH4JKjVRyA

MaxPower
11-11-2012, 07:13 AM
Dr Assad on RT :worship::

pdH4JKjVRyA

Seems like an educated and intelligent man. thumbs up!

Nole Rules
11-11-2012, 07:40 AM
ASSad must leave.

Action Jackson
11-11-2012, 07:51 AM
The rebels sadly are no better than Assad. China, Russia and Iran have their interests in keeping Assad in power, then there are the other minorities Armenians, Christians, Druze who'd suffer even more under Sunnis. The sectarian divide in Syria is so high at the moment.

Assad has a lot of faults, many of these rebels are funded by Saudi wahabis that doesn't help their cause. It's just a shit situation.

Punky
11-11-2012, 02:34 PM
All those ships in Turkey that the left is just itching to use in a freedom run to the shores of an eastern Mediterranean country where people are being massacred. Why are they still in port and where are the left wing intellectuals that are willing to die to save the lives of a helpless and persecuted people?



u wont find them, no israel fault = not Interesting.

so i few arbs will die every day, a few Tens or hundreds, who cares? u wont see "free syria" peace Sail or stuff like that.

of course i said my last line Cynically, ppl just dont care, no oil or israel around.

Punky
11-11-2012, 02:38 PM
The Assads are Alawite Shi'ites, and as a religious minority in Syria they are eager to win the Christian vote.

Syria is one of the few Middle Eastern countries where persecution of Christians remains low...as opposed to the Western pets in Saudi Arabia, Turkey, Iraq, and Egypt.

The Copts of Egypt are facing increasing persecution by the Muslim Brotherhood stooges. Iraqi Christians have been all but wiped out.

If the Assads go, Syria is the next country to have its Christian minority wiped out by sharia.

It's a shame to all the evangelical "Christians" in the US who don't give a rat's behind about their co-religionists in the Middle East.

Btw: this whole story of the Assads brutally abusing the Syrian people is nothing but BS. We've seen this propaganda before and we'll see it again.


i do agree with most of then things u said but not ur last line, he does abuse, Slaughters and kills them without mercy.

i cant believe this person is a doctor..yep a Dentist but still a doctor.

Punky
11-11-2012, 02:41 PM
lol, the UN is such a joke. The sooner that organization ends, the better it will be for the world.

:hearts:
You are so right, it is now nothing more than a club for the failed nations of the world to deflect attention from their own miserable human rights records and try to pile on Israel. Their most recent move was to single out Canada as a human rights violator because student protesters that have been blocking the streets in Montreal for weeks, now have to file some days in advance in order to have a protest. The advance notice is somewhat less than the advance notice necessary in Switzerland before having a protest outside the offices of the UN Human Rights Committee. Do they bitch about that. Hell, no, they don't want to piss off the Swiss and have to go back to Zimbabwe, or some such bastion of humans rights.
I am with you all the way on this one.

OMG WOW i agree with both of u!!!!!!!!!

zeleni
11-12-2012, 12:47 PM
this war can get long like in lebanon. that would mean that days of american hegemony are kaput.

Echoes
11-12-2012, 11:23 PM
i do agree with most of then things u said but not ur last line, he does abuse, Slaughters and kills them without mercy.
i cant believe this person is a doctor..yep a Dentist but still a doctor.


This person is an ophthalmologist. Kill his people without mercy? lol.

He's killing terrorists who killed civilians without mercy. The Houla massacre was most probably committed by the Free (sic) Syrian Army, right. This is almost an established fact now.

buddyholly
11-13-2012, 12:33 AM
He's killing terrorists who killed civilians without mercy. The Houla massacre was most probably committed by the Free (sic) Syrian Army, right. This is almost an established fact now.

I found one article by a German reporter who could only claim ''anonymous'' sources. The rest of the world overwhelmingly blames Assad. So how is it almost an established fact?

Punky
11-13-2012, 04:10 AM
This person is an ophthalmologist. Kill his people without mercy? lol.

He's killing terrorists who killed civilians without mercy. The Houla massacre was most probably committed by the Free (sic) Syrian Army, right. This is almost an established fact now.

Not a good doc, he can't see what's going on, I won't be surprised if he will end like Gaddafi.

Can u back up ur words? B/c I see videos of him as the blame.

Punky
11-13-2012, 04:20 AM
From some reason I don't get, 2 missiles where shot from Syria inside our country, its the first time since 1973. we shot a strong missile back with a warning that we wont missed that one on purpose and next it will be more and it won't miss.


Hooo and 4 days of rockets from gaza to put cities, south of Israel is under attack but my guess is that no one of u knows it, the moment we will strike back and ppl would die, u will see the headlines "Israel killing ppl in gaza"


So Syria and gaza, we know how wars start but never how they end.

buddyholly
11-13-2012, 12:20 PM
Hooo and 4 days of rockets from gaza to put cities, south of Israel is under attack but my guess is that no one of u knows it, the moment we will strike back and ppl would die, u will see the headlines "Israel killing ppl in gaza"

.

Wrong. My newspaper has a detailed analysis. The Syrian one is a mistake and not important. Assad does not want to have to bother with Israel right now.

The Gaza incidents signal an new Hamas offensive, possibly to try to embarrass Israel before the UN vote on recognising Palestine. The new rockets are better quality and there is a good possibility Israel may have to take steps to stop their getting into Gaza via Egypt.

Punky
11-13-2012, 01:28 PM
Wrong. My newspaper has a detailed analysis. The Syrian one is a mistake and not important. Assad does not want to have to bother with Israel right now.

The Gaza incidents signal an new Hamas offensive, possibly to try to embarrass Israel before the UN vote on recognising Palestine. The new rockets are better quality and there is a good possibility Israel may have to take steps to stop their getting into Gaza via Egypt.

yep i know its pretty Obvious, the same trick over and over and its so stupid b/c we have election soon and its going to play to the political right wing.


i thought so about syria but the middle east is something Beyond reason

Echoes
11-13-2012, 08:40 PM
I found one article by a German reporter who could only claim ''anonymous'' sources. The rest of the world overwhelmingly blames Assad. So how is it almost an established fact?

The "rest of the World" (which I read as "of the West") does not have a better source: UN officials in Europe (so very close indeed to the setting), using YT footage as evidence but which are no evidence at all. The footages themselves do not even fit with the official version.

You also have description of this 11 year old boy surviving the massacre, who did not fit with pro-Assad gunmen. And the idea that it has no point for Assad to slaughter SUPPORTERS of the government.

Nothing fits. I don't have the proof, but I think in the years to come we are gonna find more and more evidence. The War in Lybia taught me NEVER to trust Western mainstream media again, because many crimes given to Gaddafi has been proved to be committed by the rebels.

http://www.infowars.com/phony-houla-massacre-how-media-manipulates-public-opinion-on-syria/


Not a good doc, he can't see what's going on, I won't be surprised if he will end like Gaddafi.

Oh cool. So that was shocked by the news of Ambassador Stevens' murder but pleased with Gaddafi's capture and execution?
You're just a big hypocrite.

I wish Israel sent you as Ambassador to Lybia then. I won't cry if you end the same. People like YOU are responsible for Stevens' death. It's all your fault. Those who toppled Gaddafi.

And the sad thing is that I think Stevens was pro-Arab, but I might be mistaken.

Punky
11-13-2012, 08:47 PM
Oh cool. So that was shocked by the news of Ambassador Stevens' murder but pleased with Gaddafi's capture and execution?
You're just a big hypocrite.

I wish Israel sent you as Ambassador to Lybia then. I won't cry if you end the same. People like YOU are responsible for Stevens' death. It's all your fault. Those who toppled Gaddafi.

And the sad thing is that I think Stevens was pro-Arab, but I might be mistaken.

i wonder in what part of my post u saw me Justifies the Gaddafi case?

i see what u wrote as wishing death, so I can not have a conversation or any form of discussion with you.

Echoes
11-13-2012, 09:04 PM
Mods, I want to make clear that not being upset by someone's death is not wishing death ...

End of discussion.

Ilovetheblues_86
11-14-2012, 03:05 AM
This is not wishing death really.

Echoes
11-14-2012, 11:47 PM
Thank you, Saulo. ;)

I just wanted to show that usually those who supported rebels against Gaddafi, were also the last to want to live under the new regime that they (deliberately?) created.




Some YT clips to show the horrors of the Syrian rebels. For people with nervous disposition, this is really shocking, I have to warn. Especially the 6th and the 10th clips are ... I can't even say a word about them [shudder]. Perhaps I shouldn't have posted this but for some reasons, I can't refrain.
http://www.infowars.com/shocking-videos-reveal-truth-behind-syrian-freedom-fighters/



Plus an old clip from Russia Today.
iBCuq2bIdIs&bpctr=1352942149

Echoes
11-28-2012, 07:24 AM
OK So an Islamist state is created in Aleppo because of you, atheist Westerners.

It didn't last long before my predictions come true. Don't be surprised when your next ambassador is killed.

HKz
11-28-2012, 02:38 PM
Sad it has all come to this -.- my grandmother's place is right next to a former high ranking official that used to report directly to President Assad, and I used to have dinner all the time with the official's family and some relatives/friends of President Assad...everything used to be perfect in Damascus at least. I would live in Syria 3 months every other year and there was nothing to complain about. All this turmoil in the Middle East has really fucked things up.

Glad my grandmother is here in the states with family while things hopefully get fixed.

Everko
11-28-2012, 03:27 PM
Sad it has all come to this -.- my grandmother's place is right next to a former high ranking official that used to report directly to President Assad, and I used to have dinner all the time with the official's family and some relatives/friends of President Assad...everything used to be perfect in Damascus at least. I would live in Syria 3 months every other year and there was nothing to complain about. All this turmoil in the Middle East has really fucked things up.

Glad my grandmother is here in the states with family while things hopefully get fixed.

That isn't good news. It is sad what has happened to Syria. Damascus used to be a great city and a great cultural place. I lived in fear for several months that Algiers and Algeria would turn into a worse position than it did, things on edge and not knowing what would happen. A lot of countries felt this. And in Syria is shifted to the worst posible and its terrible for the Syrian people.

buddyholly
11-28-2012, 09:19 PM
Sad it has all come to this -.- my grandmother's place is right next to a former high ranking official that used to report directly to President Assad, and I used to have dinner all the time with the official's family and some relatives/friends of President Assad...everything used to be perfect in Damascus at least. I would live in Syria 3 months every other year and there was nothing to complain about.



As long as you were out of earshot from the torture chambers and not having to meddle in Lebanon, I suppose.

HKz
11-28-2012, 09:46 PM
As long as you were out of earshot from the torture chambers and not having to meddle in Lebanon, I suppose.

What? I have lots of family in Palestine and Lebanon since my father is Palestinian.. Whenever I go to the Middle East I spend several weeks in Palestine and Lebanon on top of Jordan and Syria where I spend most of my time there so most of my father's side lives in Damascus. Obviously nothing like whenever I visit Japan where my mother comes from, but you make it sound like it is virtually horrific to go to the Middle East. Well, I've gone to the Middle East 8 times since 1995, and I have traveled by bus to as north as Turkey and all the way down to Egypt and I never once got shit even though I'm only half and I don't look anything like native Arabs/Middle Easterners.

buddyholly
11-29-2012, 12:03 PM
What? I have lots of family in Palestine and Lebanon since my father is Palestinian.. Whenever I go to the Middle East I spend several weeks in Palestine and Lebanon on top of Jordan and Syria where I spend most of my time there so most of my father's side lives in Damascus. Obviously nothing like whenever I visit Japan where my mother comes from, but you make it sound like it is virtually horrific to go to the Middle East. Well, I've gone to the Middle East 8 times since 1995, and I have traveled by bus to as north as Turkey and all the way down to Egypt and I never once got shit even though I'm only half and I don't look anything like native Arabs/Middle Easterners.

I didn't mean you, especially if you habitually broke bread with the Assad family. I meant the inmates of the Assad family's torture chambers and Syria's political destruction of Lebanon.

vucina
11-29-2012, 12:54 PM
I didn't mean you, especially if you habitually broke bread with the Assad family. I meant the inmates of the Assad family's torture chambers and Syria's political destruction of Lebanon.

Yes, Jihadists are a much better option. How stupid are you?

Echoes
11-29-2012, 01:32 PM
That isn't good news. It is sad what has happened to Syria. Damascus used to be a great city and a great cultural place. I lived in fear for several months that Algiers and Algeria would turn into a worse position than it did, things on edge and not knowing what would happen. A lot of countries felt this. And in Syria is shifted to the worst posible and its terrible for the Syrian people.

Always nice to read comments like yours (or HKz's) since I can only analyze the situation from far away Europe, you probably have more insights than I do but I do know that Damascus is a great multicultural and multiconfessional city in which the different religious and ethnic communities are living in good intelligence with each other, Islam being only cultural. I've had friends when I was at uni who went to Syria and they would tell me that Syrians are welcoming people.

But do you think the worst is ever in your country? For I fear that Algeria is next on the list. I don't necessary like the present-day Algerian regime (I have more sympathies with the Assad's actually) but I fear that that regime may no longer exist as it is today, for Westerners & Al Qaeda.

Next up: Mali (already under way, actually), Niger, Nigeria, Western Sahara, Somalia, Chad & Yemen among others. Too predictable.

I didn't mean you, especially if you habitually broke bread with the Assad family. I meant the inmates of the Assad family's torture chambers and Syria's political destruction of Lebanon.

Lebanon is a former prosperous country that suffered fifteen years of a civil war because of Western manipulations and where now Aoun and Nasrallah are working together to avoid the trap of division (government supported by Assad !), while of course the West are supporting the opposition, just like the Djihadists... Always the same process.

buddyholly
11-29-2012, 02:00 PM
Yes, Jihadists are a much better option. How stupid are you?

I didn't take an option. None of the above was not offered. How stupid are you?

buddyholly
11-29-2012, 02:07 PM
Lebanon is a former prosperous country that suffered fifteen years of a civil war because of Western manipulations

And I thought it was Syrian interference. I must have been influenced by the media.

vucina
11-29-2012, 02:35 PM
I didn't take an option. None of the above was not offered. How stupid are you?

All I heard from you is criticizing Assad. If you don't know or care what happens after him, STFU.

buddyholly
11-29-2012, 04:15 PM
All I heard from you is criticizing Assad. If you don't know or care what happens after him, STFU.

I'm sorry. He has such a beautiful wife. Now if he could just get a chin somewhere, he would be perfect. He could beat that Korean guy for The Onion's sexiest man alive.

Har-Tru
11-29-2012, 04:45 PM
He got rid of the hitlerish tache didn't he.

buddyholly
11-29-2012, 10:06 PM
And Movember is not even over yet.

Jimnik
12-03-2012, 10:58 PM
That's what he says. Truth is Assad can do pretty much whatever he wants as long as Putin keeps backing him.

Echoes
12-04-2012, 05:14 PM
Putin will never repeat Medvedev's mistake in Lybia. The greatest statesman on this planet at the moment! :worship:

Q55SxoaiJjw


What Assad wants is to pacify the country and get rid of the terrorists that are destabilizing it.

The opposition can do whatever they want as long as Qatar, Saudi Arabia, Israel, the US, France & Britain keep backing them.

buddyholly
12-04-2012, 06:04 PM
Putin will never repeat Medvedev's mistake in Lybia. The greatest statesman on this planet at the moment! :worship:



Hilary was just letting her atheism out. Nobody has a soul. But she probably knows a lot about his KGB days and what an immoral piece of s**t he is.