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Russia suspends consular operations in Aleppo

There are 29 comments on the ClickOnDetroit story from Jan 15, 2013, titled Russia suspends consular operations in Aleppo. In it, ClickOnDetroit reports that:

The Russian Consulate General in Syria's largest city has suspended operations, the Russian Foreign Ministry said Tuesday in a statement, according to Russia's state-run RIA Novosti news agency.

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Blues

Bandar Baru Bangi, Malaysia

#1 Jan 15, 2013
Russia is the main backer of the Syrian regime. They should pull out altogether from Syria not just Allepo. Nobody wants them in Syria except the murderers and killers of women and children.
truth always beats lIes23

Covington, VA

#2 Jan 15, 2013
Blues wrote:
Russia is the main backer of the Syrian regime. They should pull out altogether from Syria not just Allepo. Nobody wants them in Syria except the murderers and killers of women and children.
The murderers of women and children would be the paid killers who are in Syria and are funded by the american government and israel as the world knows.
George

Red Deer, Canada

#3 Jan 15, 2013
truth always beats lIes23 wrote:
<quoted text>The murderers of women and children would be the paid killers who are in Syria and are funded by the american government and israel as the world knows.
Yup same shit new page, come on now, say something original and with some spirit, you are putting the last few followers of yours, to sleep
truth always beats lIes23

Covington, VA

#4 Jan 15, 2013
I see the terrorist supporting paid hasbarat george is repeating itself as usual.Sad to see a paid liar like that!
Lunatic George

Syria

#5 Jan 16, 2013
George wrote:
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Yup same shit new page, come on now, say something original and with some spirit, you are putting the last few followers of yours, to sleep
George is a Lunatic pro devil
Blues

Syria

#6 Jan 16, 2013
Blues wrote:
Russia is the main backer of the Syrian regime. They should pull out altogether from Syria not just Allepo. Nobody wants them in Syria except the murderers and killers of women and children.
You just stick to your BLUES and sleep over it. ADVICE: do not interfere in matters that does not concern you
Jay

Sherwood Park, Canada

#7 Jan 16, 2013
truth always beats lIes23 wrote:
<quoted text>The murderers of women and children would be the paid killers who are in Syria and are funded by the american government and israel as the world knows.
Syrai war? What keeps it going.

The war in Syria sickens me. But more relevantly, the behavior of the participants disgusts me and revolts me. Were this merely a popular revolution, Bashar al-Assad and his government of thugs in Syria should have been defeated and expelled from Syria by the Syrian people months ago. This is not merely a popular revolution. The war did indeed start out as a popular revolution, but now that is not what is causing the war to continue. This present Syrian war has nothing to do with what is represented as the Arab Spring. Money on both sides is all that keeps this war going.

The participants are not just the combatants fighting Syria itself, but also the countries behind the scene – Russia, Qatar, and Europe - who in this competition both continue to orchestrate with other countries the continuation of this human slaughter. The war in Syria is not merely a civil revolution, but a proxy war between competing financial interests; between countries and groups of countries.

How long will the war go on? The war will likely continue so long as the competing financial interests have money to finance it. That could be then until ever living Syrian is dead. The Syrian people who are being slaughter are irrelevant to the war’s continuation. The more Syrians die actually works to the interest of these competing financial interests.

Competing natural gas sources are keeping this war going: One source from Russia and Iran, and the other source from Qatar. The customer for this natural gas is Europe. Both these competitors want to build their own gas pipeline to feed Europe’s unquenchable demand for energy. Both competing gas pipelines have to go through Syria. This is a war then for nothing more than for a gas pipeline right-of-way. The death of the Syrian people -both Sunni and Shea- in this war are merely the consequences of this proxy war; not ethics, not issues of bad government, not religion, but greed.
truth always beats lIes23

Covington, VA

#8 Jan 16, 2013
Jay wrote:
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Syrai war? What keeps it going.
The war in Syria sickens me. But more relevantly, the behavior of the participants disgusts me and revolts me. Were this merely a popular revolution, Bashar al-Assad and his government of thugs in Syria should have been defeated and expelled from Syria by the Syrian people months ago. This is not merely a popular revolution. The war did indeed start out as a popular revolution, but now that is not what is causing the war to continue. This present Syrian war has nothing to do with what is represented as the Arab Spring. Money on both sides is all that keeps this war going.
The participants are not just the combatants fighting Syria itself, but also the countries behind the scene – Russia, Qatar, and Europe - who in this competition both continue to orchestrate with other countries the continuation of this human slaughter. The war in Syria is not merely a civil revolution, but a proxy war between competing financial interests; between countries and groups of countries.
How long will the war go on? The war will likely continue so long as the competing financial interests have money to finance it. That could be then until ever living Syrian is dead. The Syrian people who are being slaughter are irrelevant to the war’s continuation. The more Syrians die actually works to the interest of these competing financial interests.
Competing natural gas sources are keeping this war going: One source from Russia and Iran, and the other source from Qatar. The customer for this natural gas is Europe. Both these competitors want to build their own gas pipeline to feed Europe’s unquenchable demand for energy. Both competing gas pipelines have to go through Syria. This is a war then for nothing more than for a gas pipeline right-of-way. The death of the Syrian people -both Sunni and Shea- in this war are merely the consequences of this proxy war; not ethics, not issues of bad government, not religion, but greed.
Another post of lies,disinformation and double speak from a jewish terrorist supporting hasbarat I see.The world knows very well who is behind the created terrorist proxie war in Syria and it is the american government and israel the same 2 terrorist who created the current hell that is Libya.
truth always beats lIes23

Covington, VA

#9 Jan 16, 2013
A person would have to be deaf dumb and blind not to see that.
George

Red Deer, Canada

#10 Jan 16, 2013
truth always beats lIes23 wrote:
A person would have to be deaf dumb and blind not to see that.
Glad you realize that, and everyone on here probably agrees that you would have to be deaf dumb and blind not to see that Assad is a butcher.
George

Red Deer, Canada

#11 Jan 16, 2013
truth always beats lIes23 wrote:
<quoted text>Another post of lies,disinformation and double speak from a jewish terrorist supporting hasbarat I see.The world knows very well who is behind the created terrorist proxie war in Syria and it is the american government and israel the same 2 terrorist who created the current hell that is Libya.
did you even read why he had to say, of course not, you are such a simpleton with a huge inferiority complex you just cut and paste you useless comments, very pathetic
truth always beats lIes23

Covington, VA

#12 Jan 16, 2013
George wrote:
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Glad you realize that, and everyone on here probably agrees that you would have to be deaf dumb and blind not to see that Assad is a butcher.
The butchers would be the american government and israel the same 2 that are funding the terrorist activity in Syria.
truth always beats lIes23

Covington, VA

#13 Jan 16, 2013
George wrote:
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did you even read why he had to say, of course not, you are such a simpleton with a huge inferiority complex you just cut and paste you useless comments, very pathetic
I never read your large paragraphs of lies,disinformation and double speak.I skim over them seeing the same lies and scripted propaganda and thats enough for me.
Jay

Sherwood Park, Canada

#14 Jan 17, 2013
truth always beats lIes23 wrote:
<quoted text>Another post of lies,disinformation and double speak from a jewish terrorist supporting hasbarat I see.The world knows very well who is behind the created terrorist proxie war in Syria and it is the american government and israel the same 2 terrorist who created the current hell that is Libya.
Another clown with no facts. Explain an Israeli link or American link in Syria. I see Russian soldiers boots on the ground not Americans you propaganda spewing bottom feeder. Facts, facts, facts, you have none zero zip.
Chris

Toronto, Canada

#15 Jan 17, 2013
Jay wrote:
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Another clown with no facts. Explain an Israeli link or American link in Syria. I see Russian soldiers boots on the ground not Americans you propaganda spewing bottom feeder. Facts, facts, facts, you have none zero zip.
No Russian soldiers boots on the ground! In Afghanistan Russians learned the lessons; they do not send their soldiers anywhere. Americans are training Syrian fighters on their NATO bases in Turkey. Also, CIA organized this conflict, as it does all similar conflicts around the world. American politicians are openly talking about that; as they consider themselves exceptional, and think that they have rights to destabilize the Countries, and change the Governments, which they do not like. It would be very unusual if there would not be CIA covert operators on the ground in Syria.
Jay

Sherwood Park, Canada

#17 Jan 17, 2013
Chris wrote:
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No Russian soldiers’ boots on the ground! In Afghanistan Russians learned the lessons; they do not send their soldiers anywhere. Americans are training Syrian fighters on their NATO bases in Turkey. Also, CIA organized this conflict, as it does all similar conflicts around the world. American politicians are openly talking about that; as they consider themselves exceptional, and think that they have rights to destabilize the Countries, and change the Governments, which they do not like. It would be very unusual if there would not be CIA covert operators on the ground in Syria.
http://www.guardian.co.uk/world/2012/dec/23/s...
Jay

Sherwood Park, Canada

#16 Jan 17, 2013
Chris wrote:
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No Russian soldiers’ boots on the ground! In Afghanistan Russians learned the lessons; they do not send their soldiers anywhere. Americans are training Syrian fighters on their NATO bases in Turkey. Also, CIA organized this conflict, as it does all similar conflicts around the world. American politicians are openly talking about that; as they consider themselves exceptional, and think that they have rights to destabilize the Countries, and change the Governments, which they do not like. It would be very unusual if there would not be CIA covert operators on the ground in Syria.
Advisors from Russia and Iran are scattered all over embedded with Assads forces. The prisoner exchange had 2000 for 50 Iranians. Every newly purchased radar station and air defense system has been manned by Russian flag soldiers. You bet your ass Americans are in Turkey as well as German and Dutch forces manning Patriot missile systems. CIA again eh, how would you know? You think every uprising and conflict starts by an American. Assads police chopped the dick off a child, tortured then killed him dumping his body in front of the parents residence, the whole neighborhood freaked out with protests of outrage first step in this conflict, Sooner or later people have enough of the bullshit and take a stand, why are troops deserting and refusing to shoot civilians? Lessons from Afghanistan? I had to work beside Russian soldiers in Yugoslavia for a short time, Georgia was invaded by Russians not the CIA, Chechnya was a battlefield with Russian troops not American. The arctic has over 10,000 Russian troops present...... They don't go anywhere my ass. Don't even get me started on the Cold War....
Avenger

Kitchener, Canada

#18 Jan 17, 2013
Jay wrote:
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Advisors from Russia and Iran are scattered all over embedded with Assads forces. The prisoner exchange had 2000 for 50 Iranians. Every newly purchased radar station and air defense system has been manned by Russian flag soldiers. You bet your ass Americans are in Turkey as well as German and Dutch forces manning Patriot missile systems. CIA again eh, how would you know? You think every uprising and conflict starts by an American. Assads police chopped the dick off a child, tortured then killed him dumping his body in front of the parents residence, the whole neighborhood freaked out with protests of outrage first step in this conflict, Sooner or later people have enough of the bullshit and take a stand, why are troops deserting and refusing to shoot civilians? Lessons from Afghanistan? I had to work beside Russian soldiers in Yugoslavia for a short time, Georgia was invaded by Russians not the CIA, Chechnya was a battlefield with Russian troops not American. The arctic has over 10,000 Russian troops present...... They don't go anywhere my ass. Don't even get me started on the Cold War....
Chrisy despises Canada and the west you would wonder why he is not living in a dictatorship he loves. lol
Jay

Sherwood Park, Canada

#19 Jan 17, 2013
I peg him as a Sunni Muslim who's very sympathetic for some of these extreme actions globally. He carries a true distaste for our ideology but enjoys the perks of this nation. He's probably a student or dreamer who one day will wake up to realize there is a time to stop dark minded people from stealing the freedoms of others. Hopefully his religion hasn't brain washed him to such an extent he values death over life.
Avenger

Kitchener, Canada

#20 Jan 17, 2013
Jay wrote:
I peg him as a Sunni Muslim who's very sympathetic for some of these extreme actions globally. He carries a true distaste for our ideology but enjoys the perks of this nation. He's probably a student or dreamer who one day will wake up to realize there is a time to stop dark minded people from stealing the freedoms of others. Hopefully his religion hasn't brain washed him to such an extent he values death over life.
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