Syria: Battle for the cities

Syria: Battle for the cities

There are 8 comments on the CNN story from Jun 11, 2012, titled Syria: Battle for the cities. In it, CNN reports that:

The Syrian government blamed last Friday's rebel attack on an electric power station in downtown Damascus on "armed terrorist gangs" -- the same epithet it has used to describe the protest movement that erupted in the southern border city of Daraa more than a year ago.

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reality is always best

Covington, VA

#1 Jun 11, 2012
Terrorist acts carried out by the american israel controlled government and their paid proxie army force of terrorist from around the world is exactly what is happening in Syria now.

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#2 Jun 11, 2012
It is time to bring out the Syrian Special forces.

Meld into the rebel fighters ranks....then GPS locate the groups with a cell phone....then duck out and come in to mop them up with ready reaction forces.

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#3 Jun 11, 2012
Points of entry such as Turkey should be clicked in by Syrian Artillery. Those leaving have safe passage. Those coming in no safety provided.

Same with Lebonese border
Same with Iraq border

Unless specific intelligence provides those entering are in support of syria's legitimate goverment and coming to fight the foreign mercenaries.

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#4 Jun 11, 2012
Syrian Special forces in groups of 14 take up positions near area's of interest to the rebels ...power grids...oil facilities...water pumping stations and interdict potential threats.

Ready reaction forces be in position to assist Special op forces when Rebel mercenary forces are engaged.
reality is always best

Covington, VA

#5 Jun 11, 2012
I agree totally with you stellar

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#6 Jun 11, 2012
Humanitarianism.. the new Imperialism

Humanitarian wars are a modern form of imperialism. The standard pattern that the United States and its allies use to execute them is one where genocide and ethnic cleansing are alleged by a coalition of governments, media organizations, and non-governmental front organizations which are preceded by sanctions, isolation, and military intervention. This is the post-Cold War modus operandi of the United States and NATO.

In its execution, the United Nations has been party due to the hijacking of its posts and offices by Washington. Now Kofi Annan has been appointed with a mediating role in Syria, but his position on R2P should not be overlooked. Nor should the fact that the U.S. and its allies are not interested in a mediated peace be overlooked either.

The Seeds were in Iraq

As the Cold War began to wind down, NATO saw the opportunity that would arise from the geo-political vacuum that would be left by the collapse of the USSR and the dissolution of the Eastern Bloc. Not only did NATO begin transforming from a defensive organization into an offensive military body, but it began to embrace a humanitarian mandate for this purpose. It is through this embrace of humanitarianism that the North Atlantic Treaty Organization was able to change into an offensive military alliance from the defensive one that it was suppose to be.

Unknown to the majority of people, including exerts, NATO’s biggest military operation in the first decade after the Cold War was the Gulf War. NATO’s role took place unofficially in the shadows and it was on the basis of what NATO did during the Iraq War and the coinciding military operations that took place in the name of “humanitarianism” in Iraqi Kurdistan that the tempo was set for NATO’s humanitarian intervention in the former Yugoslavia. The no-fly zones that were created on humanitarian grounds in Iraq were also applied in the former Yugoslavia and as recently as 2011 in Libya.

From Srebrenica and Racak to Benghazi and Homs
Mahdi Darius NAZEMROAYA | 30.03.2012 | 11:23

http://www.strategic-culture.org/news/2012/03...

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#7 Jun 11, 2012
Eyes Wide Shut!

No major media organization is reporting on the aftermath of love bombs with US/NAto intervention in Libya.

those professionals and others who enjoyed the fruits of the Ghadafy goverment are now either targeted for family rapes or imprisoned in horrid humanitarian conditions beiing subjected to torture.

Is the UN there? No they are not. Will they be in Syria if a complete civil war or intervention occurs in the aftermath? No , they will not.

Syria is under attack by sinister foreign invaders.
reality is always best

Covington, VA

#8 Jun 11, 2012
StellarKnight wrote:
Eyes Wide Shut!
No major media organization is reporting on the aftermath of love bombs with US/NAto intervention in Libya.
those professionals and others who enjoyed the fruits of the Ghadafy goverment are now either targeted for family rapes or imprisoned in horrid humanitarian conditions beiing subjected to torture.
Is the UN there? No they are not. Will they be in Syria if a complete civil war or intervention occurs in the aftermath? No , they will not.
Syria is under attack by sinister foreign invaders.
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