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10-14-2015 11:01 PM
ssin
Re: Syria Crisis: Obama warns Assad faces "consequences" if he uses chemical weapons

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Originally Posted by spartanprincess View Post
Well it was Putin who just said *look what you did* I think he meant to say

*you fucking bunch of amateurs*
It was a horrible mistake that ruined millions of people in the region and cost the US dearly as well in many ways - financially, morally, politically and the final effects are yet to be seen
10-14-2015 10:50 PM
ssin
Re: Syria Crisis: Obama warns Assad faces "consequences" if he uses chemical weapons

The US intervention in Iraq actually started the undeclared Sunni-Shia war in the Middle East.

You have to be really stupid not to think that any popular, even democratically elected government in Iraq would fall under Iran influence as it has happened and will remain so for now on. Until the borders are "modified". And it does change the regional balance

Now when the damage is done it seems all the factions were let to kill themselves off and what remains will be heaps of ruins and redrawing of regional maps. And the Sunni extremists emerging on top of events as "ISIS"

Now when Russia entered militarily it actually might speed up the process of finding a political solution, because it will make the US act and reaffirm their shaken regional role

But let's face the facts. Libya, Iraq, and Syria will be no more, at least not the way they were. We will be hearing about some new territories, maps etc. Of course Assad will go, but before that he will surely be a part of a political process even only as an Iranian/Russian puppet but he'll be there.

So many people killed for nothing, so many lives shattered, so much heritage destroyed
10-12-2015 06:08 PM
tektonac
Re: Syria Crisis: Obama warns Assad faces "consequences" if he uses chemical weapons

an interesting write up on Syria:

Syria: Russian Intervention Exposes Coalition Lies. ?The Terrorists R US? | Global Research - Centre for Research on Globalization
12-04-2012 06:04 PM
buddyholly
Re: Syria Crisis: Obama warns Assad faces "consequences" if he uses chemical weapons

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Putin will never repeat Medvedev's mistake in Lybia. The greatest statesman on this planet at the moment!
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.
12-04-2012 05:14 PM
Echoes
Re: Syria Crisis: Obama warns Assad faces "consequences" if he uses chemical weapons

Putin will never repeat Medvedev's mistake in Lybia. The greatest statesman on this planet at the moment!




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.
12-03-2012 10:58 PM
Jimnik
Re: Syria Crisis: Obama warns Assad faces "consequences" if he uses chemical weapons

That's what he says. Truth is Assad can do pretty much whatever he wants as long as Putin keeps backing him.
11-29-2012 10:06 PM
buddyholly
Re: Obama: The regime of Syrian President Assad must come to an end

And Movember is not even over yet.
11-29-2012 04:45 PM
Har-Tru
Re: Obama: The regime of Syrian President Assad must come to an end

He got rid of the hitlerish tache didn't he.
11-29-2012 04:15 PM
buddyholly
Re: Obama: The regime of Syrian President Assad must come to an end

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Originally Posted by vucina View Post
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.
11-29-2012 02:35 PM
vucina
Re: Obama: The regime of Syrian President Assad must come to an end

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Originally Posted by buddyholly View Post
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.
11-29-2012 02:07 PM
buddyholly
Re: Obama: The regime of Syrian President Assad must come to an end

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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.
11-29-2012 02:00 PM
buddyholly
Re: Obama: The regime of Syrian President Assad must come to an end

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Originally Posted by vucina View Post
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?
11-29-2012 01:32 PM
Echoes
Re: Obama: The regime of Syrian President Assad must come to an end

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Originally Posted by Everko View Post
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.

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Originally Posted by buddyholly
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.
11-29-2012 12:54 PM
vucina
Re: Obama: The regime of Syrian President Assad must come to an end

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Originally Posted by buddyholly View Post
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?
11-29-2012 12:03 PM
buddyholly
Re: Obama: The regime of Syrian President Assad must come to an end

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Originally Posted by HKz View Post
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.
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