Assad Pulls Ahead in Syrian War. Putin, Khamenei Are Co-Victors

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March 5 has been set as the date for peace talks to open in Moscow between the Syrian opposition and the Assad regime, reveals here exclusively.
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Dream on the Russian mafia are rich the rest no.
The Russian and Chinese economies have improved tremendously over the last several years! Too bad for the West that they cannot say the same.
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<quoted text> The Russian and Chinese economies have improved tremendously over the last several years! Too bad for the West that they cannot say the same.
Syria's is destroyed the dictator has leveled his own country.
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Syria's is destroyed the dictator has leveled his own country.
You may scream dictator as long as your mouth gets blue; there are no dictators in Syria. But there is the president saying your CIA and NATO Regime Change friends, to put another record player on, as their present melody doesn’t work anymore.
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You may scream dictator as long as your mouth gets blue; there are no dictators in Syria. But there is the president saying your CIA and NATO Regime Change friends, to put another record player on, as their present melody doesn’t work anymore.
You are right, he is a tyrant butcher, I am sure Avenger just had a moment of thinking a little better of Assad.
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You are right, he is a tyrant butcher, I am sure Avenger just had a moment of thinking a little better of Assad.
Avenger or George, what's the difference ?
None, one and the same crass ignorant.
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You may scream dictator as long as your mouth gets blue; there are no dictators in Syria. But there is the president saying your CIA and NATO Regime Change friends, to put another record player on, as their present melody doesn’t work anymore.
Hafez al-Assad papa dictator launched a coup in 1970 against the leader Salah Jadid imprisoning and killing him.
The Syrian dictatorship leadership was passed down to the son like in the North Korea dictatorship.

Your clueless to this of course Chrisy.
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You may scream dictator as long as your mouth gets blue; there are no dictators in Syria. But there is the president saying your CIA and NATO Regime Change friends, to put another record player on, as their present melody doesn’t work anymore.
Exactly!! Excellent Post.

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I personally feel that many are growing tired of continual meddling in Syria, and rightly so.

But just because the rebels aren't saints, and that the West is excessively interventionist, does NOT mean that Assad should be back either. No matter how violent the rebels here, Assad is truly a monster in his own right. Even most Muslims outside of Syria (and perhaps Iran) do not support his regime, so I feel we should not either.
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Nex131 wrote:
I personally feel that many are growing tired of continual meddling in Syria, and rightly so.
But just because the rebels aren't saints, and that the West is excessively interventionist, does NOT mean that Assad should be back either. No matter how violent the rebels here, Assad is truly a monster in his own right. Even most Muslims outside of Syria (and perhaps Iran) do not support his regime, so I feel we should not either.
Assad is a saint compared to these bloodthirsty Islamic extremists and AlQaeda terrorists! The West gains by having Assad kill thousands of them off.

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Syrian wrote:
<quoted text> Assad is a saint compared to these bloodthirsty Islamic extremists and AlQaeda terrorists! The West gains by having Assad kill thousands of them off.
But tell me this, in honesty - do most Muslims worldwide support Assad's regime?
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But tell me this, in honesty - do most Muslims worldwide support Assad's regime?
Most Muslims DO NOT support the rebel linked AlQaeda terrorists, who have no problem with murdering thousands of innocent civilians in order to achieve their agendas.
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Excellent Report!!! The Syrian rebellion is finished. FINALLY the truth is coming out in the media!!
Oh, hooray, let's say it's finished...now what? you think old bashar is going to change his ways, become all gandhi-like and all? nope, don't think so. a dictator is a dictator no matter what, and is thus not worthy of our consideration.
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I personally feel that many are growing tired of continual meddling in Syria, and rightly so.
But just because the rebels aren't saints, and that the West is excessively interventionist, does NOT mean that Assad should be back either. No matter how violent the rebels here, Assad is truly a monster in his own right. Even most Muslims outside of Syria (and perhaps Iran) do not support his regime, so I feel we should not either.
unfortunately, apparently we have to, according to Mr. Cromwell, Syrian, and all these other assad-cheerleaders here...
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Syrian is in some fantasy zone. Assad is a cold blooded, murdering, dictator, and no other name applies.
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Oh, hooray, let's say it's finished...now what? you think old bashar is going to change his ways, become all gandhi-like and all? nope, don't think so. a dictator is a dictator no matter what, and is thus not worthy of our consideration.
Now hold an election, and see exactly who the Syrian people actually support! "Regime change" through bloodshed is not a solution.
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<quoted text> Now hold an election, and see exactly who the Syrian people actually support! "Regime change" through bloodshed is not a solution.
Even if they had elections 2 years ago, syrians would vote for Assad.
Any popular opposition member who could contest ?
None.
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Even if they had elections 2 years ago, syrians would vote for Assad.
Any popular opposition member who could contest ?
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Most Syrians had no issue with their government! It is foreigners who want "regime change".
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Syrian is in some fantasy zone. Assad is a cold blooded, murdering, dictator, and no other name applies.
Nonsense! Those AlQaeda linked rebel terrorists are the cold blooded murderers!! How soon you forget 9-11-01.
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<quoted text> Now hold an election, and see exactly who the Syrian people actually support! "Regime change" through bloodshed is not a solution.
Yes but remove all influence by the SAA and Sahitha at the poles first and you will see a very big difference. AND allow any nominamtion of any party.
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<quoted text> Most Syrians had no issue with their government! It is foreigners who want "regime change".
Then explain why the huge protests over 2 years ago?

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