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Syrian Rebels Admit Using Gas--Not Assad!

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Stag_R_Lee

Scottsdale, AZ

#1 Sep 3, 2013

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#2 Sep 3, 2013
Who cares about Syrians(whites) anyway? American whites sure don't and I agree. They say stay out of Syria and I fully agree.
Skiff Sun Tzu

Athens, GA

#3 Sep 3, 2013
Stag_R_Lee wrote:
http://www.infowars.com/rebels -admit-responsibility-for-chem ical-weapons-attack/
Wow........Not surprising.
Ghaznavi

London, UK

#4 Sep 3, 2013
That's lies, it was Assad not the rebels!
Ghaznavi

London, UK

#5 Sep 3, 2013
I see triplets wrote:
Who cares about Syrians(whites) anyway? American whites sure don't and I agree. They say stay out of Syria and I fully agree.
Most syrians aren't white,and Assad is ethnically persian not syrian that's why he looks a bit white,
Next you'll be saying Somalians are white when they are arab.
Griff

Athens, GA

#6 Sep 3, 2013
Ghaznavi wrote:
That's lies, it was Assad not the rebels!
Why in a video showing people reeling from the effects of the so called Chemical attack but not the ones who are unprotected helping them? It would be smart to wear some kind of protection.

Key word: contamination.
ashliiiiiing

Ashley, OH

#8 Sep 3, 2013
You just figured that out.

It's old news to some of us.

Just remember it was you people put that man in office and not us, "racist Islamophobes".

Maybe that man can give billions more in aid to the rebels and arm them militarily even when Russia warned Obama about it and to stay out of Syria. As it's been said, WW3 will begin in Syria. But heck what does any one else know in that we have "the smartest man ever to be elected president." Hope and change? Good luck with that thought.

"The reason that the Alawite rulers of Syria are willing to fight to the last man to remain in power is because the alternative is that they would be exterminated - they understand the Muslim mentality of how they deal with minorities quite well."

Obama say, "Respect it!"
ashliiiiiing

Ashley, OH

#9 Sep 3, 2013
Obama "confident" of getting Congressional support to aid al-Qaeda militarily in Syria

"And no one seems to care that we would be fighting on the side of al-Qaeda in Syria -- what could possibly go wrong? This is what we lack in the U.S. today: an effective and genuine opposition. All we have instead is weak and shallow me-tooism. There is no actual anti-jihad, anti-Islamic supremacism party in the U.S. at this point.

"Obama ‘confident’ of getting Congressional support for Syria strike," from Al Arabiya, September 3:

U.S. President Barack Obama said on Tuesday he was confident that Congress will support his decision to take military action against the Syrian regime.

Obama said he is open to changes to his resolution to obtain Congressional approval, as long as the resolution sends a clear message to Syrian President Bashar al-Assad and impedes his ability to use chemical weapons.

Obama told reporters during a meeting with lawmakers at the White House that he wants the American people to know that “this is not Iraq, and this is not Afghanistan.” He said action in Syria will be limited and proportional, Associated Press reported.

The meeting in the White House Cabinet room was attended by congressional leaders from both parties in the House and Senate.

Obama called for a prompt vote on Capitol Hill and reiterated that the U.S. plan would be limited in scope and not repeat the long U.S. wars in Iraq and Afghanistan.

“What we are envisioning is something limited. It is something proportional. It will degrade Assad's capabilities,” Obama said, according to Reuters.

“At the same time we have a broader strategy that will allow us to upgrade the capabilities of the opposition,” he said.

Will al-Qaeda send a thank-you note?"
http://www.jihadwatch.org/2013/09/obama-confi...

"America elected a monster."
ashliiiiiing

Ashley, OH

#11 Sep 3, 2013
Back in June, Syrian jihadists caught redhanded with Sarin gas

" And yes it was sarin gas used in chemical attack in Syria.

Russia asks Turkey for info on sarin terrorists Turkish Weekly, 6 June 2013,(thanks to Bev Perlson)

Russia has called on Turkey to share its findings in the case of Syrian rebels who were seized on the Turkish-Syrian border with a 2kg cylinder full of nerve gas sarin.

Russia’s top foreign official Sergei Lavrov tolday said the Kremlin wanted to get clear on the issue of chemical weapons used in Syria, since the allegation had taken on the role of a trading card in the conflict, becoming a focus of constant provocations.

“I do not rule out that some force may want to use it [the rumour] to say that the “red line” has been crossed and a foreign intervention is needed,” the minister said.

“We are still waiting on a comprehensive report from our Turkish colleagues,” he added, citing the incident when a gang of terrorists carrying a canister with nerve gas sarin was arrested inside the Turkish territory about two weeks ago.

Moscow calls to pick side in Syria conflict

Russia’s chief of foreign affairs has urged the international community to finally take its pick and decide whether it is going to side with forces set to topple the Syrian regime or with the ones calling for a nationwide dialogue on Syrian peace.

Speaking at a press conference, Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov said:“We want that… the international community took off the blinders that make its focus on its immediate urge to overthrow one leader, then unseat another one, while turning a blind eye on the outcome of these actions.”

“Whatever has been happening during this ‘Arab Spring,’ it is clear now that these events are closely connected, so it is important to choose who you are siding with… with those who want to cut the knot without looking back at the suffering nation – or with those who want to solve this problem though dialogue,” Mr. Lavrov said.

Russia urges prompt inquiry into chemical arms use in Syria - Lavrov
All of the possible instances of chemical weapons use in Syria should be established as soon as possible, Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov said.

"I would like to support Guido [German Foreign Minister Guido Westerwelle] regarding the need to urgently establish all of the facts linked to reports about the possible use of chemical weapons by the sides," Lavrov said at a press conference in the Kaliningrad region on Thursday.

A serious mistake was made when the Syrian government's request to investigate the possible use of chemical toxic substances in the city of Aleppo on March 19 was left without any response, but unlimited and unhindered access to any facility on Syrian territory was demanded instead, the Russian minister said.

All opposition groups in Syria should be able to be involved in reaching compromise - Lavrov

Russia insists that all structures related to the settlement of the situation in Syria should take part in the international conference on Syria, Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov said.

"All structures should be present at that conference. That applies not only to the national coalition, which has so far failed to take a constructive stance in the conference. That also applies to those opposition structures that do not want to be present at the Geneva conference if it is called under the 'umbrella' of the national coalition," Lavrov told a press conference on Thursday.

Among the organization that want to take an independent part in the conference are the National Coordination Committee and the Syrian Kurds, he said."

http://atlasshrugs2000.typepad.com/atlas_shru...
ashliiiiiing

Ashley, OH

#12 Sep 3, 2013
Col Sanders wrote:
"The website on which the story originally appeared - Mint Press (which is currently down as a result of huge traffic it is attracting to the article) is a legitimate media organization based in Minnesota. The Minnesota Post did a profile on them last year.”
SMH at how stupid and gullible aisling is
Filthy liberal POS.
ashliiiiiing

Ashley, OH

#14 Sep 3, 2013
Kerry: U.S. troops may be deployed to aid al-Qaeda in Syria

""Nowhere in rebel-controlled Syria is there a secular fighting force to speak of" -- New York Times, April 28, 2013

Syrian rebels pledge loyalty to al-Qaeda -- USA Today, April 11, 2013

"Kerry leaves door open to boots on the ground," from the Washington Post, September 3 (thanks to Jerk Chicken):

Asked about the possibility of deploying U.S. troops into Syria, Secretary of State John F. Kerry didn’t rule it out.

“I don’t want to take off the table an option that might or might not be on the table,” he said — a turn of phrase designed to keep open the possibility that troops could be deployed into the country if the situation escalates.

Kerry’s answer came in response to a question by Sen. Robert Menendez (D-N.J.) about the wording of a White House-written resolution to authorize military force.

“I do think we’re going to have to work on language that makes it clear” what exactly the U.S. military would be authorized to do, Menendez said in response to Kerry’s answer."
http://www.jihadwatch.org/2013/09/kerry-us-tr...

"Swift boat Kerry strikes again."
ashliiiiiing

Ashley, OH

#16 Sep 3, 2013
"Swift boat" Kerry doesn't take boots on the ground off the table and only for our deployed Troops to fight alongside AQ? Let's guess should some jihadi POS go off again on this country's finest, it'll simply be labeled "work place violence", right, Barry?

"America elected a monster."
dcm1

Gilbert, AZ

#17 Sep 3, 2013
ashliiiiiing wrote:
Obama "confident" of getting Congressional support to aid al-Qaeda militarily in Syria
"And no one seems to care that we would be fighting on the side of al-Qaeda in Syria -- what could possibly go wrong? This is what we lack in the U.S. today: an effective and genuine opposition. All we have instead is weak and shallow me-tooism. There is no actual anti-jihad, anti-Islamic supremacism party in the U.S. at this point.
"Obama ‘confident’ of getting Congressional support for Syria strike," from Al Arabiya, September 3:
U.S. President Barack Obama said on Tuesday he was confident that Congress will support his decision to take military action against the Syrian regime.
Obama said he is open to changes to his resolution to obtain Congressional approval, as long as the resolution sends a clear message to Syrian President Bashar al-Assad and impedes his ability to use chemical weapons.
Obama told reporters during a meeting with lawmakers at the White House that he wants the American people to know that “this is not Iraq, and this is not Afghanistan.” He said action in Syria will be limited and proportional, Associated Press reported.
The meeting in the White House Cabinet room was attended by congressional leaders from both parties in the House and Senate.
Obama called for a prompt vote on Capitol Hill and reiterated that the U.S. plan would be limited in scope and not repeat the long U.S. wars in Iraq and Afghanistan.
“What we are envisioning is something limited. It is something proportional. It will degrade Assad's capabilities,” Obama said, according to Reuters.
“At the same time we have a broader strategy that will allow us to upgrade the capabilities of the opposition,” he said.
Will al-Qaeda send a thank-you note?"
http://www.jihadwatch.org/2013/09/obama-confi...
"America elected a monster."
God, you're an idiot with your effed up views about this President and ANY other President who has ever been in office! Since you have such a hard-on for Fort Benning....educate yourself ignorant WOMAN!

http://www.soaw.org/
ashliiiiiing

Ashley, OH

#19 Sep 3, 2013
Clinton's State Department was told Benghazi was a terror attack just minutes after it began

Yet to try to save Obama's foreign policy from looking like the spectacular failure that it is, they went out and lied about this for days, claiming it was all about the Muhammad video -- an oblique attack on our freedom of speech.

"Book: Clinton's State told Benghazi was a 'terrorist attack' minutes after it began," by Paul Bedard for the Washington Examiner, September 3 (thanks to Mackie):

Just minutes after 35 jihadists crashed through the U.S. diplomatic compound in Benghazi, Libya, nearly one year ago, the facility got word to the State Department, FBI and Pentagon that terrorists were attacking, according to a forthcoming book that provides the fullest review of the assault to date.

In “Under Fire, the Untold Story of the Attack in Benghazi,” it is revealed that an unidentified security official in the Benghazi compound protecting Ambassador J. Christopher Stevens messaged the U.S. embassy in Tripoli:“Benghazi under fire, terrorist attack.” Stevens and three others died that night.

Twenty-five minutes after it began, the operation center at State received an electronic cable announcing the attack, according to authors Fred Burton, a former State Diplomatic Security agent and Samuel Katz, an author and expert on international special operations and counterterrorism.

Their findings in "Under Fire," based on exclusive interviews of those in the battle, refute days of claims by the administration that the attack was sparked by Muslim anger at a U.S.-made anti-Muslim film, and raise new questions as President Obama eyes military action in Syria that U.S. diplomatic posts in the region are properly protected.

The authors note that at the time of the attack in Benghazi there were riots against U.S. embassies in Cairo, Tunis and elsewhere related to the film,“Innocence of Muslims.” That could have been the cause of initial confusion about the attackers, but the eyewitness accounts by State and CIA agents in the battle — backed by live video feeds from drones — should have erased any doubt.

“Benghazi was a malignant symptom,” they wrote,“of a weakened and crippled al Qaeda seeking new battlefields.” They added that the September 11, 2012 attack, exactly 11 years after after al Qaeda’s assault on America, was “to be an opening salvo of a new jihad on the African continent.”..."
http://www.jihadwatch.org/2013/09/clintons-st...
dcm1

Gilbert, AZ

#21 Sep 3, 2013
ashliiiiiing wrote:
<quoted text>
Never for one second will I believe you served in this country's Military you filty POS.
Fcked up bulldyck.
Go to h*ll.
I DON'T five a dang what you believe. You existence is nothing but words on my computer screen. Bulldyke? Project much loony?! Yes, you do.

On Kelly Hill at Benning, America has a school (School of Americas) that trains known TERRORISTS you big dummy! Do you think that Obama created that school? It's been there for years. Protesters go to Benning every year because of it. Some of the very Al Qaeda terrorist we turn around and kill were and are still being trained on American soil on an Army installation
ashliiiiiing

Ashley, OH

#22 Sep 3, 2013
Col Sanders wrote:
<quoted text>
Not believing the truth does nothing to change it. You may want to put your life where your mouth is. Serve this country or stop bytching you BYTCH!
As if you ever served, sh*t bag.
dcm1

Gilbert, AZ

#23 Sep 3, 2013
Col Sanders wrote:
<quoted text>
Not believing the truth does nothing to change it. You may want to put your life where your mouth is. Serve this country or stop bytching you BYTCH!
Thank you! She's quick to talk about things she knows ABSOLUTELY nothing about and to top it off, hasn't served this country a day in her life!

Btw...She can't serve. She's too old and nutty.
ashliiiiiing

Ashley, OH

#24 Sep 3, 2013
dcm1 wrote:
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I DON'T five a dang what you believe. You existence is nothing but words on my computer screen. Bulldyke? Project much loony?! Yes, you do.
On Kelly Hill at Benning, America has a school (School of Americas) that trains known TERRORISTS you big dummy! Do you think that Obama created that school? It's been there for years. Protesters go to Benning every year because of it. Some of the very Al Qaeda terrorist we turn around and kill were and are still being trained on American soil on an Army installation
What part of go to h*ll are you in confusion about.

Shove off.
dcm1

Gilbert, AZ

#25 Sep 3, 2013
ashliiiiiing wrote:
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What part of go to h*ll are you in confusion about.
Shove off.
Don't like knowing the truth, does not make it go away. All of the President's who were in office have knowingly allowed terrorist to be trained on American soil. That's right, even those you have supported and helped put in office are no better than the current Prez!

What say you to that little tidbit of information?

ha ha ha
ashliiiiiing

Ashley, OH

#26 Sep 3, 2013
dcm1 wrote:
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Thank you! She's quick to talk about things she knows ABSOLUTELY nothing about and to top it off, hasn't served this country a day in her life!
Btw...She can't serve. She's too old and nutty.
Says the person who hasn't a clue why I mentioned FT Benning and the 75th.

And pray tell why you would be opening up your computer to potential hackers. Do gov't employees always post on Topix when as you state there were files that very well could be compromised had someone hacked into your system. Clearly stupidity knows no bounds in your case.

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