Syria warplanes bombard Baba Amr

Mar 13, 2013 | Posted by: roboblogger | Full story: News24

A general view taken in February 2013, shows destruction in the Baba Amr neighbourhood of the central Syrian city of Homs.

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Chris wrote:
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You must be joking saying that the Right has diversity of views. How can you have diversity, when you think that your interpretation is the only true one; therefore that the Right is always right?
The right beleive in competition. Freedom of expression. Freedom of association. Thats why these forums exist. We allow the left to have their street protests. You can vote for the local communist party if you desire.
The left have a more authoritarian viewpoint. In their countries you are not allowed to vote for a party other than the one in power. The communists rule and that is that. For ever.
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The right beleive in competition. Freedom of expression. Freedom of association. Thats why these forums exist. We allow the left to have their street protests. You can vote for the local communist party if you desire.
The left have a more authoritarian viewpoint. In their countries you are not allowed to vote for a party other than the one in power. The communists rule and that is that. For ever.
How old are you ? 12 ?
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Back to that 'minding your own business' line again. When it suits your political side. In that case, we will now no longer discuss Israel again. After all, it is a soveriegn nation, it too has borders. It can do what it likes. You will not interfere, or have an opinion, if Israel decides to defend itself against, say, Syria or Hezbollah, in the future, as we should all mind our own business. I doubt you would allow Israel to do anything, without you people screaming and joining street rallies.
If the West is so evil, how come there are queues of people to enter or join? Meanwhile in NK "worker's paradise", they build walls to stop people voting with their feet.
What an embarrassment to be associated with such regimes as NK.
For what it is worth, you have my vote.
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How old are you ? 12 ?
I know with such constructive criticism like yours and name calling, I am definietly more mature than you.
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I know with such constructive criticism like yours and name calling, I am definietly more mature than you.
Is your right hand competitive and your left hand authoritarian ?
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The US always supports democracy, except when it becomes problematic. Then it turns to fascists because they can always be bought.
Mohammad Mosaddegh was the democratically elected Prime Minister of Iran from 1951 to 1953 when his government was overthrown in a coup d'Etat orchestrated by the British MI6 and the CIA.
An author, administrator, lawyer, prominent parliamentarian, he became the prime minister of Iran in 1951. His administration introduced a wide range of progressive social and political reforms such as social security, rent control, and land reforms. His government's most notable policy, however, was the nationalization of the Iranian oil industry, which had been under British control since 1913 through the Anglo-Persian Oil Company (APOC / AIOC)(later British Petroleum or BP)
Mosaddegh was removed from power in a coup on 19 August 1953, organised and carried out by the CIA at the request of the British MI6 which chose Iranian General Fazlollah Zahedi to succeed Mosaddegh.
Interesting!
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Back to that 'minding your own business' line again. When it suits your political side. In that case, we will now no longer discuss Israel again. After all, it is a soveriegn nation, it too has borders. It can do what it likes. You will not interfere, or have an opinion, if Israel decides to defend itself against, say, Syria or Hezbollah, in the future, as we should all mind our own business. I doubt you would allow Israel to do anything, without you people screaming and joining street rallies.
If the West is so evil, how come there are queues of people to enter or join? Meanwhile in NK "worker's paradise", they build walls to stop people voting with their feet.
What an embarrassment to be associated with such regimes as NK.

There is two key issues with Israel.
First one is it doesn't have borders.
It cannot agree with itself what its borders should be. The only nation with no borders not only internationally recognized borders with a variety of territorial disputes as most Nations have.
But also no agreement on borders to put to international forum declaring what Israel's borders are.
Israelis borders are whatever they can take and hold.
The second one is Israel is the only Nation in the World that has NO Constitution and neither is Israel governed by Monarchial Decree the foundation of their laws are without precedent in history.
Israel has to be a Superpower or supported by a Superpower in a unilateral world; or it has no future.
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Some maniacs in Israel think most of Syria and Lebanon should be in Israel.
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The right beleive in competition. Freedom of expression. Freedom of association. Thats why these forums exist. We allow the left to have their street protests. You can vote for the local communist party if you desire.
The left have a more authoritarian viewpoint. In their countries you are not allowed to vote for a party other than the one in power. The communists rule and that is that. For ever.
Well if you are only 12 then you are a very informed 12 year old. The ones that oppose your opinion are just used to being told how to think.
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There is two key issues with Israel.
First one is it doesn't have borders.
It cannot agree with itself what its borders should be. The only nation with no borders not only internationally recognized borders with a variety of territorial disputes as most Nations have.
But also no agreement on borders to put to international forum declaring what Israel's borders are.
Israelis borders are whatever they can take and hold.
The second one is Israel is the only Nation in the World that has NO Constitution and neither is Israel governed by Monarchial Decree the foundation of their laws are without precedent in history.
Israel has to be a Superpower or supported by a Superpower in a unilateral world; or it has no future.
Good post!!!

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