China, Russia speak out against using...

China, Russia speak out against using force in Syria

There are 210 comments on the CNN story from May 30, 2012, titled China, Russia speak out against using force in Syria. In it, CNN reports that:

Russia and China spoke out against any suggestions of military intervention against Syria on Wednesday as world leaders worked to mount new pressure on President Bashar al-Assad's regime.

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reality is always best

Covington, VA

#110 Jun 4, 2012
"george" I think you have Russia and China confused with the dictatorships of saudi arabia,bahrain,qatar etc right?? After all that I named are just puppets of america and israel after all.
George

Red Deer, Canada

#111 Jun 4, 2012
reality is always best wrote:
"george" I think you have Russia and China confused with the dictatorships of saudi arabia,bahrain,qatar etc right?? After all that I named are just puppets of america and israel after all.
I doubt anyone will take your opinion seriously because you have such a bigoted opinion without any proof or reality just prejudice, your reactions are just based on hatred nothing more.
reality is always best

Covington, VA

#112 Jun 4, 2012
No its called the truth that you do not like to hear.

“Stop the Brain Rot”

Since: Jan 12

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#113 Jun 4, 2012
For once I agree, even if this is considered as self-interest on the part of the Russians or Chinese. ANOTHER intervention would be totally unacceptable, and IMO there's no way Obama would consider this in the runup to an election anyway. How could he win with another war under way?

I sure as heck wouldn't vote for the guy.

“Stop the Brain Rot”

Since: Jan 12

Take a Looonng Vacation

#114 Jun 4, 2012
George wrote:
<quoted text>
I think the heading "China, Russia speak out against using force in Syria" has a bit of irony tied to it. Both countries use fatal force in their respective countries and are passing judgement on someone else, if anything they should be abstaining from voting because they have a conflict of interest.
Today we see China going nuts over anyone talking about the violence and killing of protestors on Tiananmen Square and doing what Assad does to stop a protest, they shoot them.
It's not as if protestors have never been shot in America. Celebrated cases at Kent and Jackson St. Universities back in 1970, for instance, though they're far from the only examples in our history.
Kermudgeon

Buffalo, NY

#115 Jun 4, 2012
Let's be honest: do any of you white Americans really care if a bunch of sub-human arabs kill each other off??? The more dead muslims, the better, as far as I'm concerned. They are like cockroaches infesting every land they enter. The NYPD had it right. We NEED to be profiling and monitoring all of them. They're all terrorists, women beaters, and gay-bathhouse patrons.
reality is always best

Covington, VA

#116 Jun 4, 2012
Kermudgeon wrote:
Let's be honest: do any of you white Americans really care if a bunch of sub-human arabs kill each other off??? The more dead muslims, the better, as far as I'm concerned. They are like cockroaches infesting every land they enter. The NYPD had it right. We NEED to be profiling and monitoring all of them. They're all terrorists, women beaters, and gay-bathhouse patrons.
You have muslims confused with jews it seems.
George

Red Deer, Canada

#117 Jun 4, 2012
reality is always best wrote:
<quoted text>You have muslims confused with jews it seems.
you are both a little sick and subhuman
ocxz

Reunion

#118 Jun 4, 2012
arthur

Mentone, Australia

#119 Jun 4, 2012
ocxz wrote:
http://www.telegraph.co.uk/new s/worldnews/middleeast/syria/9 311142/Syrian-rebels-kill-100- government-soldiers-as-they-re pudiate-UN-ceasefire.html
BEWARE!Syrian observatory for human rights used yet again as a source.This guy should replace the CIA as Americas intelligence service.
ocxz

Reunion

#120 Jun 4, 2012
ocxz

Reunion

#121 Jun 4, 2012
arthur

Mentone, Australia

#122 Jun 4, 2012
ocxz wrote:
http://www.sana.sy/eng/22/2012 /06/04/423506.htm
I missed this.Thank you.

“Stop the Brain Rot”

Since: Jan 12

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#123 Jun 5, 2012
Kermudgeon wrote:
Let's be honest: do any of you white Americans really care if a bunch of sub-human arabs kill each other off??? The more dead muslims, the better, as far as I'm concerned. They are like cockroaches infesting every land they enter. The NYPD had it right. We NEED to be profiling and monitoring all of them. They're all terrorists, women beaters, and gay-bathhouse patrons.
Your racist, ethnic, and homophobic bigotry is honest, if not refreshing.
Ayreshire

Rio Rancho, NM

#124 Jun 5, 2012
tha Professor wrote:
<quoted text>
It's not as if protestors have never been shot in America. Celebrated cases at Kent and Jackson St. Universities back in 1970, for instance, though they're far from the only examples in our history.
BS! 14,500 protesters killed to date in Syria and you compare that to what happened at Kent and Jackson St. Universities??? That's like comparing apples to oranges clown!
Ayreshire

Rio Rancho, NM

#125 Jun 5, 2012
tha Professor wrote:
<quoted text>
Your racist, ethnic, and homophobic bigotry is honest, if not refreshing.
Islamic terrorism is present in more than 70 countries of world. Muslims are attacking everyone in this World. In Thailand where they are attacking Buddhists, in Philippines attacking Christians, in India attacking Hindus, in Isreal and other parts of World attacking Jews, in Pakistan Muslims are attacking Sikhs,Hindus and Christians. Not only Muslims are against non-Muslims, but also against Muslims. Sunnis are attacking Shias muslims, and Shias attacking Sunni muslims from the day Shia sect was formed, Sunni and Shia attacking Ahmedi Muslims, Because all these sects of Islam do not consider each other as Muslim so they attack them as they attack other non-Muslims. All this is done because according to Islam after death Allah will give 72 virgin girls to have sex for eternity in Heaven to Muslim men who would live on earth according to rules of Islam. LOL. Is Allah a human trafficking agent??

Islam has spread through wars, rapes, lies and uncontrolled birth rate and still it is doing same thing. Antarctica is the Only continent where Islamic terrorism is not present, because there are Seals and Penguins living there and not humans.
Ayreshire

Rio Rancho, NM

#126 Jun 5, 2012
tha Professor wrote:
<quoted text>
Your racist, ethnic, and homophobic bigotry is honest, if not refreshing.
Muslims fight each other and they fight non-Muslims far more often than do peoples of other civilizations. Muslim wars have replaced the cold war as the principal form of international conflict. These wars include wars of terrorism, guerrilla wars, civil wars and interstate conflicts. These instances of Muslim violence could congeal into one major clash of civilizations between Islam and the West or between Islam and the Rest. That, however, is not inevitable, and it is more likely that violence involving Muslims will remain dispersed, varied and frequent.
The age of Muslim wars began as the cold war was winding down in the 1980s. In 1980 Iraq invaded Iran, and the ensuing war produced at least 500,000 deaths and hundreds of thousands of wounded. At the same time, the Soviet invasion of Afghanistan generated vigorous Afghan resistance, which by 1989 compelled the Soviets to withdraw. This victory was made possible by American technology, Saudi and American money, Pakistani support and training, and the participation of thousands of fighters from other, mostly Arab, Muslim countries. Then in 1990 Saddam Hussein invaded and attempted to annex Kuwait, and the United States organized an international coalition, including several Muslim countries, to defeat him.
In the 1990s violence occurred between Muslims and non-Muslims in Bosnia, Kosovo, Macedonia, Chechnya, Azerbaijan, Tajikistan, Kashmir, India, the Philippines, Indonesia, the Middle East, Sudan and Nigeria. Mujahedin fighters from the Afghanistan war were central participants in many of these conflicts as well as in Muslim terrorist organizations in countries throughout the world. In the mid-1990s, roughly half the ethnic conflicts in the world involved Muslims fighting each other or non-Muslims.
In one inventory by The Economist, Muslims were responsible for 11 and possibly 12 of 16 major acts of international terrorism between 1983 and 2000. Five of the seven states listed by the U.S. State Department as supporting terrorism are Muslim, as are a majority of foreign organizations listed as engaged in terrorism.
In counter-actions between 1980 and 1995, the U.S. armed forces engaged in 17 military operations against Muslims. According to the International Institute of Strategic Studies, 32 armed conflicts were underway in 2000; more than two thirds involved Muslims. Yet Muslims are only about one fifth of the world’s population.
The "new war" as U.S. administration officials termed the violence that began September 11, is thus not so new. It is a continuation and escalation of previous patterns of violence involving Muslims. Earlier Muslim terrorism had, however, been sporadic and in comparison relatively limited: 299 people killed in the 1983 attack on the U.S. Marine barracks in Beirut, 270 on Pan Am Flight 103 in 1988, 224 in the 1998 attacks on U.S. African embassies. Different Muslim groups and states were involved in these incidents.
Beginning in 1993, however, the principal attacks on Americans and American facilities all appear to have originated with Osama bin Laden. September 11 revealed the existence of his sizable global terrorist network with cells in perhaps 40 countries and with the expertise and resources to attempt well-planned simultaneous attacks. Also for the first time, the network struck with devastating effect within the United States, its actions highlighting the likelihood of chemical and biological attacks, with the more distant possibility of nuclear weapons. The age of Muslim wars had come home to America.
Tribal, religious, ethnic, political and cultural divisions within the Muslim world stimulate violence between Muslims.
reality is always best

Covington, VA

#127 Jun 5, 2012
Ayreshire wrote:
<quoted text>BS! 14,500 protesters killed to date in Syria and you compare that to what happened at Kent and Jackson St. Universities??? That's like comparing apples to oranges clown!
There were no protesters killed they were terrorist imported into Syria by america and israel.Oh maybe you are counting the people who have been killed by these terrorist forces of america and israel?? Its called psych ops and most people know this.
reality is always best

Covington, VA

#128 Jun 5, 2012
Ayreshire wrote:
<quoted text>Muslims fight each other and they fight non-Muslims far more often than do peoples of other civilizations. Muslim wars have replaced the cold war as the principal form of international conflict. These wars include wars of terrorism, guerrilla wars, civil wars and interstate conflicts. These instances of Muslim violence could congeal into one major clash of civilizations between Islam and the West or between Islam and the Rest. That, however, is not inevitable, and it is more likely that violence involving Muslims will remain dispersed, varied and frequent.
The age of Muslim wars began as the cold war was winding down in the 1980s. In 1980 Iraq invaded Iran, and the ensuing war produced at least 500,000 deaths and hundreds of thousands of wounded. At the same time, the Soviet invasion of Afghanistan generated vigorous Afghan resistance, which by 1989 compelled the Soviets to withdraw. This victory was made possible by American technology, Saudi and American money, Pakistani support and training, and the participation of thousands of fighters from other, mostly Arab, Muslim countries. Then in 1990 Saddam Hussein invaded and attempted to annex Kuwait, and the United States organized an international coalition, including several Muslim countries, to defeat him.
In the 1990s violence occurred between Muslims and non-Muslims in Bosnia, Kosovo, Macedonia, Chechnya, Azerbaijan, Tajikistan, Kashmir, India, the Philippines, Indonesia, the Middle East, Sudan and Nigeria. Mujahedin fighters from the Afghanistan war were central participants in many of these conflicts as well as in Muslim terrorist organizations in countries throughout the world. In the mid-1990s, roughly half the ethnic conflicts in the world involved Muslims fighting each other or non-Muslims.
In one inventory by The Economist, Muslims were responsible for 11 and possibly 12 of 16 major acts of international terrorism between 1983 and 2000. Five of the seven states listed by the U.S. State Department as supporting terrorism are Muslim, as are a majority of foreign organizations listed as engaged in terrorism.
In counter-actions between 1980 and 1995, the U.S. armed forces engaged in 17 military operations against Muslims. According to the International Institute of Strategic Studies, 32 armed conflicts were underway in 2000; more than two thirds involved Muslims. Yet Muslims are only about one fifth of the world’s population.
The "new war" as U.S. administration officials termed the violence that began September 11, is thus not so new. It is a continuation and escalation of previous patterns of violence involving Muslims. Earlier Muslim terrorism had, however, been sporadic and in comparison relatively limited: 299 people killed in the 1983 attack on the U.S. Marine barracks in Beirut, 270 on Pan Am Flight 103 in 1988, 224 in the 1998 attacks on U.S. African embassies. Different Muslim groups and states were involved in these incidents.
Beginning in 1993, however, the principal attacks on Americans and American facilities all appear to have originated with Osama bin Laden. September 11 revealed the existence of his sizable global terrorist network with cells in perhaps 40 countries and with the expertise and resources to attempt well-planned simultaneous attacks. Also for the first time, the network struck with devastating effect within the United States, its actions highlighting the likelihood of chemical and biological attacks, with the more distant possibility of nuclear weapons. The age of Muslim wars had come home to America.
Tribal, religious, ethnic, political and cultural divisions within the Muslim world stimulate violence between Muslims.
Do you think anyone reads this load of lies and pure BS??
reality is always best

Covington, VA

#129 Jun 5, 2012
Ayreshire wrote:
<quoted text>Islamic terrorism is present in more than 70 countries of world. Muslims are attacking everyone in this World. In Thailand where they are attacking Buddhists, in Philippines attacking Christians, in India attacking Hindus, in Isreal and other parts of World attacking Jews, in Pakistan Muslims are attacking Sikhs,Hindus and Christians. Not only Muslims are against non-Muslims, but also against Muslims. Sunnis are attacking Shias muslims, and Shias attacking Sunni muslims from the day Shia sect was formed, Sunni and Shia attacking Ahmedi Muslims, Because all these sects of Islam do not consider each other as Muslim so they attack them as they attack other non-Muslims. All this is done because according to Islam after death Allah will give 72 virgin girls to have sex for eternity in Heaven to Muslim men who would live on earth according to rules of Islam. LOL. Is Allah a human trafficking agent??
Islam has spread through wars, rapes, lies and uncontrolled birth rate and still it is doing same thing. Antarctica is the Only continent where Islamic terrorism is not present, because there are Seals and Penguins living there and not humans.
Another bunch of lies.Replace the word muslim with jew and it would be more close to the truth.

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