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World News: French Battle Islamic Terrorists; Dirty Air in China; Syria Update

There are 120 comments on the WTVY Dothan story from Jan 13, 2013, titled World News: French Battle Islamic Terrorists; Dirty Air in China; Syria Update. In it, WTVY Dothan reports that:

People refused to venture outdoors and buildings disappeared into Beijing's murky skyline as the capital's air quality went off the index.

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George

Red Deer, Canada

#87 Jan 21, 2013
Kar wrote:
it is as always this type of war so called next mission, where brave,heroic soldiers ( means degenerate, neonazi mass murderers,, suppliedin modern weapon of mass destruction, who murder people for money and for fun)murder so called ,,islamistic terrorists ,, means malnutried teenagers, 13-15 years old children.
The next crime against humanity in the name of stealing natural resources of this Mali.
Too late, China has already made offers to most countries in Africa for their resourses

Since: Dec 12

Kolomotu'a

#88 Jan 21, 2013
Rtloder wrote:
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Inv e, please don't feel relieved you can leave the bread and butter issues behind and move on to something more interesting.
I know it's a pain in the butt because it's like thinking about going to work but work is quite pleasant if your not burdened with having to put up with imbeciles .
I see what it is, that your forgery of agenda is saying about the twits on the post and I entirely agree. After all didn't nationalism destroy the Second International and left mankind stranded in the hollow of unpleasantness, you will get no argument from me.
We've got a nincompoop of a thread, presided over by a stupid dog and a triple triad of evil (replica),if your interested I could give you it's name?.
Their calling is the gutter, and they claim the Arab Spring was NOT a contrivance of CONSPIRACY. Their mind set is bedevilled by nationalist tendency,
OH,! if I could only set them free I'd go to my grave in peace.
Rtloder, do not be so harsh on yourself to such a burden. If you wish to set them free my friend, it will take no small amount of labour backed up with some facts. I'm afraid I'm one of those that that needs a little convincing that there was a conspiracy behind the Arab spring uprising. I seem to recall that it was a popular uprising that triggered protests over much of the Arab world.
I agree with you, Nationalism can be a very dangerous thing.
Chris

Toronto, Canada

#89 Jan 21, 2013
George wrote:
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Too late, China has already made offers to most countries in Africa for their resourses
Are you saying that China sent armies to Africa, and is ready to commit crimes against humanity to steal the resources; as this is what he is talking about in relation to French invasion of Mali?
Avenger

Kitchener, Canada

#90 Jan 21, 2013
Chris wrote:
<quoted text>
Are you saying that China sent armies to Africa, and is ready to commit crimes against humanity to steal the resources; as this is what he is talking about in relation to French invasion of Mali?
Lol
So why did China and Russia support the UN vote which was 15-0 authorizing action in Mali.
Rtloder

Sydney, Australia

#91 Jan 21, 2013
inv e wrote:
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Rtloder, do not be so harsh on yourself to such a burden. If you wish to set them free my friend, it will take no small amount of labour backed up with some facts. I'm afraid I'm one of those that that needs a little convincing that there was a conspiracy behind the Arab spring uprising. I seem to recall that it was a popular uprising that triggered protests over much of the Arab world.
I agree with you, Nationalism can be a very dangerous thing.
My worst nightmare has come true, your another one of them, Oh! Yes that's better,
I've just released my thumb from the vice, I do it as a therapy when I read something I didn't want to hear.
Because I have a history of being fooled, I was awake up, from 08 on I was waiting for something to happen. That problem of demographic description was a proportion so great the region was about to buckle at its satrap.
All those young people and nothing for them to do, its exactly the same today after the demand for freedom has been met.
Except the demands,- of the period from 09 to mid 2012 when the western media was using the term Arab Spring as a graphic description, portraying a mass uprising demanding Liberalism and Democracy-,
ARE EXACTLY THE SAME.
Nobody wanted Liberalism, that was a complete fabrication by the commentators,
only interested in selling their editorial speech, inevitably the expression of National vested interests.
Democracy in the Middle East, was it a demand?, it didn't turn out that way, weather it ever was is not worth a debate. People vote primarily for staying alive.
Supporters of Assad go for democracy now in a big way, we offer unity and authority, mainly because the opposition is totally discredited by affiliation to, NOT HAVING an ANSWER to INTROVERTED CULTISM,
also known in Libya as Tribalism.
Nationalism was bad because it disallowed
Internationalism, however Fragmentation
is worse than Nationalism.
George

Red Deer, Canada

#92 Jan 22, 2013
Avenger wrote:
<quoted text>
Lol
So why did China and Russia support the UN vote which was 15-0 authorizing action in Mali.
Boy if these guys think that was an invasion, I would hate to think what they think a real invasion is.
hmmm

United States

#93 Jan 22, 2013
Avenger wrote:
<quoted text>
Lol
So why did China and Russia support the UN vote which was 15-0 authorizing action in Mali.
Because they're not averse to people cleaning up a mess they made, as opposed to making one in the first place.

Next question.

Since: Dec 12

Kolomotu'a

#94 Jan 22, 2013
Rtloder wrote:
<quoted text>
My worst nightmare has come true, your another one of them, Oh! Yes that's better,
I've just released my thumb from the vice, I do it as a therapy when I read something I didn't want to hear.
Because I have a history of being fooled, I was awake up, from 08 on I was waiting for something to happen. That problem of demographic description was a proportion so great the region was about to buckle at its satrap.
All those young people and nothing for them to do, its exactly the same today after the demand for freedom has been met.
Except the demands,- of the period from 09 to mid 2012 when the western media was using the term Arab Spring as a graphic description, portraying a mass uprising demanding Liberalism and Democracy-,
ARE EXACTLY THE SAME.
Nobody wanted Liberalism, that was a complete fabrication by the commentators,
only interested in selling their editorial speech, inevitably the expression of National vested interests.
Democracy in the Middle East, was it a demand?, it didn't turn out that way, weather it ever was is not worth a debate. People vote primarily for staying alive.
Supporters of Assad go for democracy now in a big way, we offer unity and authority, mainly because the opposition is totally discredited by affiliation to, NOT HAVING an ANSWER to INTROVERTED CULTISM,
also known in Libya as Tribalism.
Nationalism was bad because it disallowed
Internationalism, however Fragmentation
is worse than Nationalism.
My apologies Rtloder for being so cruel and being the cause of tormenting your poor thumb. Before you continue reading this post please remove the vice from your sight incase I unintentionally upset you so again.
I think in all these countries we can say it was evident that there was discontent growing in the way their countries were being handled. Unemployment, corruption, freedom of speech problems etc. Perhaps there were various views in what they envisioned as the best option for their respectable nation's future, but what we can be certain they had in common - was that they all had enough of the leadership.
Peace needs to come soon to Syria, and I'd suggest major changes in the political system. And it might help the peace process once Assad is finished 'fighting terrorists' to step down too if he's still in power.
Avenger

Kitchener, Canada

#95 Jan 22, 2013
hmmm wrote:
<quoted text>
Because they're not averse to people cleaning up a mess they made, as opposed to making one in the first place.
Next question.
Wasn't asking you and your 1000 names.
Avenger

Kitchener, Canada

#96 Jan 22, 2013
George wrote:
<quoted text>
Boy if these guys think that was an invasion, I would hate to think what they think a real invasion is.
Chrisy is having trouble with his spin doctoring.
Rtloder

Sydney, Australia

#97 Jan 23, 2013
inv e wrote:
<quoted text>
My apologies Rtloder for being so cruel and being the cause of tormenting your poor thumb. Before you continue reading this post please remove the vice from your sight incase I unintentionally upset you so again.
I think in all these countries we can say it was evident that there was discontent growing in the way their countries were being handled. Unemployment, corruption, freedom of speech problems etc. Perhaps there were various views in what they envisioned as the best option for their respectable nation's future, but what we can be certain they had in common - was that they all had enough of the leadership.
Peace needs to come soon to Syria, and I'd suggest major changes in the political system. And it might help the peace process once Assad is finished 'fighting terrorists' to step down too if he's still in power.
Thank you for being kind to me, I am OK.
even though George, Avenger and getagrip
you might not have met him, it's neither here nor there, but quite often there giving me curry.
Various views, indubitably so, the monumental shift took place late 1970s.
Most pronounce was it in the Middle East, the secular direction in which the world was heading took a dive. Don't ask why, same reason why for 2 thousand years the Christians and Jews were at logger heads then it changed. Jews and Christians joined and Secular Died.
The Syrian Ba'athists split from the Iraq contingent a decade before that, Iraq turned Tribal our Presidents father kept the country secular by representing a majority view to be a pluralistic society. Fighting the Jews, the Brotherhood, the Palestinians
but the major cause of this present war was Bashar refused to support the 03 US invasion of Iraq. The West never forgets, why?
Because They Don't Have Too. Maybe they learn after this.
I am not advocating secular, I am Salafi, opposed to Wahhab and Brotherhood, my interest in Syria is pluralism so I can go there and pursue my Religious Calling that's why I spend nearly all my time on the Forum, I write letters too.
Trouble is if Assad don't stand in election, Saudi and Qatar will claim victory and Libya will be repeated. But that can't happen Shiia not gonner disappear, Hezbollah is not the Palestinians there not leaving Lebanon, for what because some insane Mullar makes up some rubbish and calls it a Fatwa.
Syrians will vote for plural society Sunni don't vote as a block, Washington knows that, in Syria the west is type cast with Wahhab and Brotherhood,
There is the 8 political parties functional in Syria the President can come from any one. In the 07 elections Ba'ath Party won 172 seats out of 250, turn out was 56.1%.
Avenger

Kitchener, Canada

#98 Jan 23, 2013
Rtloder wrote:
<quoted text>
Thank you for being kind to me, I am OK.
even though George, Avenger and getagrip
you might not have met him, it's neither here nor there, but quite often there giving me curry.
Various views, indubitably so, the monumental shift took place late 1970s.
Most pronounce was it in the Middle East, the secular direction in which the world was heading took a dive. Don't ask why, same reason why for 2 thousand years the Christians and Jews were at logger heads then it changed. Jews and Christians joined and Secular Died.
The Syrian Ba'athists split from the Iraq contingent a decade before that, Iraq turned Tribal our Presidents father kept the country secular by representing a majority view to be a pluralistic society. Fighting the Jews, the Brotherhood, the Palestinians
but the major cause of this present war was Bashar refused to support the 03 US invasion of Iraq. The West never forgets, why?
Because They Don't Have Too. Maybe they learn after this.
I am not advocating secular, I am Salafi, opposed to Wahhab and Brotherhood, my interest in Syria is pluralism so I can go there and pursue my Religious Calling that's why I spend nearly all my time on the Forum, I write letters too.
Trouble is if Assad don't stand in election, Saudi and Qatar will claim victory and Libya will be repeated. But that can't happen Shiia not gonner disappear, Hezbollah is not the Palestinians there not leaving Lebanon, for what because some insane Mullar makes up some rubbish and calls it a Fatwa.
Syrians will vote for plural society Sunni don't vote as a block, Washington knows that, in Syria the west is type cast with Wahhab and Brotherhood,
There is the 8 political parties functional in Syria the President can come from any one. In the 07 elections Ba'ath Party won 172 seats out of 250, turn out was 56.1%.
Delusional Syria is a Assad family dictatorship 42 years and running, but not for much longer the population has had enough.
Rtloder

Kellyville, Australia

#99 Jan 23, 2013
Avenger wrote:
<quoted text>
Delusional Syria is a Assad family dictatorship 42 years and running, but not for much longer the population has had enough.
Do your self the service of at least knowing what a dictator is Avenger, I fear you are one your self, tell me do you have trouble communicating with people of a different point of view?. Another sure sign you are a dictator is, Avenger quickly go and check your spare bedroom, are there any prisoners there, then let them out immediately. Or at least offer them a book to read.
How about Pinocchio's romancing the
Eskimo. Yes Avenger a safe distance from the misrepresentation of knowledge that you know is what Pinocchio wanted to be. He had no carnal ambition which is exactly why his nose grew in excess of a normal portion.
Is that why you tell lies Avenger, to protect yourself from what goes on in your perverted brain?.
Allah had to create Desire within us, we are His image, the fact that He can satisfy desire by the witness that is devoid from us is not a demand of penury it is the lure of temptation. Please be awakened Bashar is good not bad.
Avenger

Kitchener, Canada

#100 Jan 23, 2013
Rtloder wrote:
<quoted text>
Do your self the service of at least knowing what a dictator is Avenger, I fear you are one your self, tell me do you have trouble communicating with people of a different point of view?. Another sure sign you are a dictator is, Avenger quickly go and check your spare bedroom, are there any prisoners there, then let them out immediately. Or at least offer them a book to read.
How about Pinocchio's romancing the
Eskimo. Yes Avenger a safe distance from the misrepresentation of knowledge that you know is what Pinocchio wanted to be. He had no carnal ambition which is exactly why his nose grew in excess of a normal portion.
Is that why you tell lies Avenger, to protect yourself from what goes on in your perverted brain?.
Allah had to create Desire within us, we are His image, the fact that He can satisfy desire by the witness that is devoid from us is not a demand of penury it is the lure of temptation. Please be awakened Bashar is good not bad.
No i'm afraid your the liar Bashar al-Assad is a dictator he inherited the dictatorship from Papa dictator Hafez al-Assad.
Best ditch the phone and get a computer.
Chris

Toronto, Canada

#101 Jan 23, 2013
Avenger wrote:
<quoted text>
Lol
So why did China and Russia support the UN vote which was 15-0 authorizing action in Mali.
May be they are handing the West rope to hang themselves eventually; when they are so eager to do that.

The West is bankrupt, and all they want is more war. May be China and Russia want to be generous, and allow them, to fight themselves into abyss.

Or may be China and Russia want the West to keep busy, so that they do not appear at their door steps; as they are encircling them already.
Oliver Comwell

Fleetwood, UK

#102 Jan 23, 2013
George wrote:
<quoted text>
I thought you said the holicaust did not happen? Who is EG Farben? I am assuming as US person, only because you have such prejudice for the US.
Reality nutjob is going to have a hayday with you now.
Their you go again,you show me where i said the Holocaust didn't happen,you cant't because i have never said it,thats the Problem with Zionists they think anyone who critizises Israel or Zionists are anti semitic
Avenger

Kitchener, Canada

#103 Jan 23, 2013
Chris wrote:
<quoted text>
May be they are handing the West rope to hang themselves eventually; when they are so eager to do that.
The West is bankrupt, and all they want is more war. May be China and Russia want to be generous, and allow them, to fight themselves into abyss.
Or may be China and Russia want the West to keep busy, so that they do not appear at their door steps; as they are encircling them already.
If we are going about to sink in the west which you keep praying for foreigner why come here?
Because you know your lying again?

Since: Dec 12

Kolomotu'a

#104 Jan 23, 2013
Rtloder wrote:
<quoted text>
Thank you for being kind to me, I am OK.
even though George, Avenger and getagrip
you might not have met him, it's neither here nor there, but quite often there giving me curry.
Various views, indubitably so, the monumental shift took place late 1970s.
Most pronounce was it in the Middle East, the secular direction in which the world was heading took a dive. Don't ask why, same reason why for 2 thousand years the Christians and Jews were at logger heads then it changed. Jews and Christians joined and Secular Died.
The Syrian Ba'athists split from the Iraq contingent a decade before that, Iraq turned Tribal our Presidents father kept the country secular by representing a majority view to be a pluralistic society. Fighting the Jews, the Brotherhood, the Palestinians
but the major cause of this present war was Bashar refused to support the 03 US invasion of Iraq. The West never forgets, why?
Because They Don't Have Too. Maybe they learn after this.
I am not advocating secular, I am Salafi, opposed to Wahhab and Brotherhood, my interest in Syria is pluralism so I can go there and pursue my Religious Calling that's why I spend nearly all my time on the Forum, I write letters too.
Trouble is if Assad don't stand in election, Saudi and Qatar will claim victory and Libya will be repeated. But that can't happen Shiia not gonner disappear, Hezbollah is not the Palestinians there not leaving Lebanon, for what because some insane Mullar makes up some rubbish and calls it a Fatwa.
Syrians will vote for plural society Sunni don't vote as a block, Washington knows that, in Syria the west is type cast with Wahhab and Brotherhood,
There is the 8 political parties functional in Syria the President can come from any one. In the 07 elections Ba'ath Party won 172 seats out of 250, turn out was 56.1%.
Oh dear, Rtloder I had no idea you were so affected by it. You may be assured and comforted to know the curry I offer is sweet and given to one worthy participator in this discussion in good heart.
I'm afraid I need ask you to forgive my ignorance in Syrian and that regions history, but what you accounted to me is really interesting. Quite interesting in fact, I hope you don't mind my curiosity's needs to delve deeper with just a few questions. Iraq becoming tribal was that with Saddam Hussein? I think it is good a president that allows people the freedom to worship how they like, if that is part of pluralism then that is admirable. If the Ba'ath party is as popular as it is, then perhaps voters would vote for a different leader from the same party if the policies is what matter?
If there comes peace to Syria, and to sustain peace Assad steps down, other countries may claim all the victory they like but it's the Ba'ath party and it's seats in Government that mean the most. So with fresh elections if the Ba'ath can retain the seats, policies that allow freedom of religion would remain, and you will still have the right to worship the way you like. Not everyone will be happy, but atleast this may be a step towards sustainable peace and prosperity for Syria.
Rtloder

Sydney, Australia

#105 Jan 23, 2013
Avenger wrote:
<quoted text>
No i'm afraid your the liar Bashar al-Assad is a dictator he inherited the dictatorship from Papa dictator Hafez al-Assad.
Best ditch the phone and get a computer.
I could get one tomorrow, with perfect reception, but how am I going to learn to use it,? You tell me that smart arse, you think your so funny your not funny at all.
I tell you wats funny, saying Bashar is a dictator, a dictator is a person who has to make all the decisions, because he or she obviously in the case of your wife,(looser,)
cannot delegate authority.
Take the Russian Tsar Nicholas, 2nd.
he was a dictator, he couldn't leave it alone, had to go off to the front to fight the bloody Germans, fat lot of good that done, like your wife says about you, "didn't know a thing about it"
Of course you know the story while he was away playing soldiers his wife poisoned his best mate Rasputin.
Haven't heard what brand of poison she used, have you Avenger?.
TheResourceSearc her

Letterkenny, Ireland

#106 Jan 29, 2013
I wonder what is lying under the sand in Mali? We will just wait and see... Somewhere on this planet Mr. Business is awaiting the sign, to go for Mali.
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