Assad accused of war crimes, double-dealing

There are 20 comments on the The New Zealand Herald story from Jan 21, 2014, titled Assad accused of war crimes, double-dealing. In it, The New Zealand Herald reports that:

The Syrian regime of President Bashar al-Assad has funded and co-operated with al-Qaeda in a complex double game even as the terrorists fight Damascus, according to new allegations by Western intelligence agencies, rebels and al-Qaeda defectors.

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Avenger

Kitchener, Canada

#1 Jan 22, 2014
Pencil neck geek Assad is another Saddam Hussein.
Moronic Ratlover

Sainte-clotilde, Reunion

#2 Jan 22, 2014
Avenger the canadian proxy wahabite wanabe revolutionary swallowed hook line sinker and trawler too.
Waiting for the official moronic approval from wanabee retard revolutuionary stooge George the Red Deer geek (if that represents anything anyway lol)
just to have the complete scene of the 2 armchair La La land war correspondants (slightly biased)
what a laugh
SAVAK football coach

United States

#3 Jan 22, 2014
Avenger wrote:
Pencil neck geek Assad is another Saddam Hussein.
So was the Shah but we threw him parties and even gave him free medical care.

I sure miss the good old days.
Avenger

Kitchener, Canada

#4 Jan 22, 2014
Moronic Ratlover wrote:
Avenger the canadian proxy wahabite wanabe revolutionary swallowed hook line sinker and trawler too.
Waiting for the official moronic approval from wanabee retard revolutuionary stooge George the Red Deer geek (if that represents anything anyway lol)
just to have the complete scene of the 2 armchair La La land war correspondants (slightly biased)
what a laugh
The problem Muslim boater the French tell us about is piping up.
Go back to your third world dump little rascal. Hehe
Oliver Cromwell

Accrington, UK

#5 Jan 22, 2014
Avenger wrote:
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The problem Muslim boater the French tell us about is piping up.
Go back to your third world dump little rascal. Hehe
Been on the Moose piss again Captain America?
Avenger

Kitchener, Canada

#6 Jan 22, 2014
Oliver Cromwell wrote:
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Been on the Moose piss again Captain America?
Ruskie spy Ivan where you been?
Just got back from the Emperor Putin mafiamath test dacha? Hehe
Avenger

Kitchener, Canada

#7 Jan 22, 2014
Oliver Cromwell wrote:
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Been on the Moose piss again Captain America?
Ruskie spy Ivan where you been?
Just got back from the Emperor Putin mafia dacha?

You Kim Philby Jr? Hehe
lol

Toronto, Canada

#8 Jan 22, 2014
Avenger wrote:
Pencil neck geek Assad is another Saddam Hussein.
100% true.
George

Red Deer, Canada

#9 Jan 22, 2014
Avenger wrote:
Pencil neck geek Assad is another Saddam Hussein.
He will get his chance to try to outrun the families of the people he has killed including the families of the SAA soldiers killed, but I do not think he will run far
George

Red Deer, Canada

#10 Jan 22, 2014
I just listened to the Syrian foreign minister, he is a babbling idiot, not the voice of reason and has no interest in the Syrian people, he is there just to make sure Assad stays in power and they will decide the future. The opposition was quite different, still a bit hot headed but at least was speaking of changes for all of Syria and all sects. I am a bit biased but at least there was a compromise in his speech one that did not exist in the foreign ministers.
Moronic Ratlover

Sainte-clotilde, Reunion

#11 Jan 25, 2014
Avenger wrote:
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The problem Muslim boater the French tell us about is piping up.
Go back to your third world dump little rascal. Hehe
I hear the US oil commpanies are heading to Canada to test-frack your sheetbox.
What a waste of money, bet you'll fool them first with the vaseline.
Moronic Ratlover

Sainte-clotilde, Reunion

#12 Jan 25, 2014
Avenger wrote:
Pencil neck geek Assad is another Saddam Hussein.
Why is it people pee in canuck Avenger's breakfast ?
Always posting hate messages and dumb racist comment.
Leave the wanabe Bond from Canada to his kgb stories and don't pee on his food.
Moronic Ratlover

Sainte-clotilde, Reunion

#13 Jan 25, 2014
George wrote:
I just listened to the Syrian foreign minister, he is a babbling idiot, not the voice of reason and has no interest in the Syrian people, he is there just to make sure Assad stays in power and they will decide the future. The opposition was quite different, still a bit hot headed but at least was speaking of changes for all of Syria and all sects. I am a bit biased but at least there was a compromise in his speech one that did not exist in the foreign ministers.


So WHO is the leader of the unified opposition ?
George

Red Deer, Canada

#14 Jan 25, 2014
Moronic Ratlover wrote:
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I hear the US oil commpanies are heading to Canada to test-frack your sheetbox.
What a waste of money, bet you'll fool them first with the vaseline.
US oil companies have been in Canada for over 50 years, whats your point? We are very supportive neighbors and are each others highest trading partners, so get over it.
George

Red Deer, Canada

#15 Jan 25, 2014
Moronic Ratlover wrote:
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So WHO is the leader of the unified opposition ?
Well if you say they are not being led and are taking on the SAA and kicking their asses all across Syria then I would say maybe Assad the terrorist should look to hiring some of them to lead the SAA as they keep running into trees.

Want info? ever heard of Google? try it

Since: Oct 12

Serbia

#16 Jan 26, 2014
Avenger wrote:
Pencil neck geek Assad is another Saddam Hussein.
Wrong Assad is far from saddam-Syrian saa and its people will win unlike poor saddam
ocxz

Sainte-clotilde, Reunion

#17 Jan 26, 2014
George wrote:
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Well if you say they are not being led and are taking on the SAA and kicking their asses all across Syria then I would say maybe Assad the terrorist should look to hiring some of them to lead the SAA as they keep running into trees.
Want info? ever heard of Google? try it
So WHO is the leader of the unified opposition ?
George

Red Deer, Canada

#18 Jan 26, 2014
ocxz wrote:
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So WHO is the leader of the unified opposition ?
The Syrian people moron. The unified opposition represent the people of Syria not just alawite and shite but all Syrians, do you not read at all. Oh I get it you do not believe the people have formed a political party because there are several Rebel groups, well if you follow the news which I am doubtful, Assad has agreed to a small level with this group that does not exist and they have started a cease fire. On the news tonight it showed some Rebels standing with a few SAA soldiers at a check point and they both said we are not going to take up arms against each other any more, it is time for peace. If that is not what you wanted to hear, I would suggest you do not watch the news or read newspapers or go on the internet anymore because peace will grow, it is infectious and Geneva II is starting to work, even though Assad is still killing Syrians he also lost a helicopter yesterday and the Rebels are starting to get stronger but at the same time a movement has started. It may take weeks or months but the people at Geneva II will one day say that the peace process is a good thing and Assad is in the way of true peace and we must ask him to step down, but for now as long as peace is growing they are ok with it and so should we be.
cee

Australia

#19 Jan 27, 2014
Good luck to anyone fleeing the carnage from Homs, I sure don't like their chances. Women, children, elderly, all named before they leave, no men mentioned, what happens to those left behind. Where are the females and elderly going, why are there no names requested for everyone coming in across all borders or going out? Why just Homs? It is a start which is good whether it just another excuse for slaughter I am unsure. The whole country needs to get all non Syrian citizens out, ceasefire for the whole country to allow all the imports a chance to get out, photograph them, finger print them, names, retina etc, let the aid come in, food, medicine, doctors, water, food, blankets, shelter and try to rebuild beautiful, sacred Syria, give the children hope without fear. Let the game players play somewhere else, in their own countries and let the Syrians live in peace.
Oliver Cromwell

Poulton, UK

#20 Jan 27, 2014
cee wrote:
Good luck to anyone fleeing the carnage from Homs, I sure don't like their chances. Women, children, elderly, all named before they leave, no men mentioned, what happens to those left behind. Where are the females and elderly going, why are there no names requested for everyone coming in across all borders or going out? Why just Homs? It is a start which is good whether it just another excuse for slaughter I am unsure. The whole country needs to get all non Syrian citizens out, ceasefire for the whole country to allow all the imports a chance to get out, photograph them, finger print them, names, retina etc, let the aid come in, food, medicine, doctors, water, food, blankets, shelter and try to rebuild beautiful, sacred Syria, give the children hope without fear. Let the game players play somewhere else, in their own countries and let the Syrians live in peace.
Its not the whole of Homs its the district infested with Rats,any men need to give their name so that any terrorists can be identified,quite a few won't want to give their names because the bastards are Foreign filth.

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