Syrian pound tumbles on US plans to a...

Syrian pound tumbles on US plans to arm rebels

There are 9 comments on the WATE-TV Knoxville story from Jun 18, 2013, titled Syrian pound tumbles on US plans to arm rebels. In it, WATE-TV Knoxville reports that:

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Kevin

United States

#1 Jun 18, 2013
Criteria for Taliban to join Afghan government:

1. Denounce Al-Qaeda
2. Equal rights for women
3. Protect children

Now, let's rate Syrian regime and rebels on those 3 requirements. Results - Syrian regime got "Pass" grade on all those 3, and rebels got ...

Oh, wait a minute, who are we supporting?
Dont Care

Welland, Canada

#2 Jun 18, 2013
Kevin wrote:
Criteria for Taliban to join Afghan government:
1. Denounce Al-Qaeda
2. Equal rights for women
3. Protect children
Now, let's rate Syrian regime and rebels on those 3 requirements. Results - Syrian regime got "Pass" grade on all those 3, and rebels got ...
Oh, wait a minute, who are we supporting?
he good guys, the REBELS! The Regime is not going to know what hits them, very soon. They are getting some new, never tried weapons, that will shock them. HEE HEE HEE!

Since: Nov 12

Wentworthville, Australia

#3 Jun 18, 2013
The inept capacity of the armed opposition is summed up beautifully in this article.
The Syrian government hasn't even yet declared "martial law".
If it ever does have to take that step all currency trading will be outlawed.
For martial law to be effective a mass support base is necessary.
So it could back fire .
The decision to arm the rebels could induce Syria's to move into a higher gear to save their Nation.
The other thing is, this new Taliban office in Qatar that the Yanks are paying homage too.
Don't be against them, the Taliban have won a great victory, and all Muslims must salute them.
Not all Taliban disrespect borders, but they will get Western patronage now to open campaigns all over the world as a US strike force, much the same as Israel used to be.
So in actual fact this arming of the rebels in conjunction with the acceptance of Taliban legitimacy could push China into the equation.
haider

Doha, Qatar

#4 Jun 19, 2013
Washington should act actively with them ally.
should stand by them.
to lead the world
Kevin

United States

#5 Jun 19, 2013
rtloder wrote:
The inept capacity of the armed opposition is summed up beautifully in this article.
The Syrian government hasn't even yet declared "martial law".
If it ever does have to take that step all currency trading will be outlawed.
For martial law to be effective a mass support base is necessary.
So it could back fire .
The decision to arm the rebels could induce Syria's to move into a higher gear to save their Nation.
The other thing is, this new Taliban office in Qatar that the Yanks are paying homage too.
Don't be against them, the Taliban have won a great victory, and all Muslims must salute them.
Not all Taliban disrespect borders, but they will get Western patronage now to open campaigns all over the world as a US strike force, much the same as Israel used to be.
So in actual fact this arming of the rebels in conjunction with the acceptance of Taliban legitimacy could push China into the equation.
So you meant "Asian Spring" will be induced to occur far east?

Since: Nov 12

Sydney, Australia

#6 Jun 19, 2013
Kevin wrote:
<quoted text>
So you meant "Asian Spring" will be induced to occur far east?

That's what it looks like.
Assassination and suicide bombings are a very effective weapon if you got the influential media proclaiming it to be a human response to tyranny.
Another interesting tactic is the messaging that occurs in relation to protest demonstrations.
They were written and broadcast up as a criminal preoccupation in London and England just over a year ago.
But they could have been a cry of despondency from a ruthlessly oppressed minority.
With al-Qa'eda secure in the Al-Jazeera household the Caucasian theatre is most definitely threatened.
Flowing from there into Xinjiang province in China along the what they call the NewSilk Road.
That links the central hub of Kashgar
( China) with Uzbekistan, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Tajikistan and Turkmenistan.
Kashgar has become a crucial hub for China since the break up of the Soviet Union.
China don't want to go the same way.
Jude

Ashburn, VA

#7 Jun 19, 2013
Irrelevant, discuss the Syrian monopoly pound here.I think is very much important that the pigs and rats. I represent omitting very important' salaries and wages for Hezbolla and Shabiha.
Kevin

United States

#8 Jun 21, 2013
Without direct interventions, it may take up to 20 years and lots of rebels for Syria regime to fall.

Since: Nov 12

Bankstown, Australia

#9 Jun 22, 2013
Kevin wrote:
Without direct interventions, it may take up to 20 years and lots of rebels for Syria regime to fall.

Intervention was never a possibility, those days were dependent on the Jew Messiah coming along, after the golden age of US Imperialism departed the stage with Ronald Reagan.
Just have to tough it out not much else Syria can do.

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