Russia's Syria evacuation reflects do...

Russia's Syria evacuation reflects doubts on Assad

There are 23 comments on the KLKN story from Jan 22, 2013, titled Russia's Syria evacuation reflects doubts on Assad. In it, KLKN reports that:

By TOM RAUM Associated Press President Barack Obama now faces the heavy lifting of trying to move ahead on the lofty second-term vows and declarations he laid out in his inaugural address.

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Rtloder

Sydney, Australia

#1 Jan 22, 2013
The artist this time is the abc, by their own distinction lower case.
What is it with these guys, don't they ever get tired of heralding the demise of Syria. 100 Russians out of tens of thousands are leaving for reasons that they choose not to divulge, and these hypocrites of reporting claim the sky is falling. Aleppo is half destroyed, and soon Damascus will be the same.
I wonder should they check if indeed their arse hole hasn't been grafted to their mouths.
Avenger

Kitchener, Canada

#2 Jan 23, 2013
Rtloder wrote:
The artist this time is the abc, by their own distinction lower case.
What is it with these guys, don't they ever get tired of heralding the demise of Syria. 100 Russians out of tens of thousands are leaving for reasons that they choose not to divulge, and these hypocrites of reporting claim the sky is falling. Aleppo is half destroyed, and soon Damascus will be the same.
I wonder should they check if indeed their arse hole hasn't been grafted to their mouths.
The article is written is by VLADIMIR ISACHENKOV even you clueless can figure out that it's a Ruskie.
Oliver Comwell

Fleetwood, UK

#3 Jan 23, 2013
Avenger wrote:
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The article is written is by VLADIMIR ISACHENKOV even you clueless can figure out that it's a Ruskie.
RUSKIES,whats with the Hollywood speak? can't you call them Russians?
Avenger

Kitchener, Canada

#4 Jan 23, 2013
Oliver Comwell wrote:
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RUSKIES,whats with the Hollywood speak? can't you call them Russians?
Ivan is pissy. lol
Chris

Toronto, Canada

#5 Jan 23, 2013
Avenger wrote:
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Ivan is pissy. lol
And you are Loony!!!
Rtloder

Villawood, Australia

#6 Jan 23, 2013
Avenger wrote:
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The article is written is by VLADIMIR ISACHENKOV even you clueless can figure out that it's a Ruskie.

Yes Ruskie is certainly inflammatory language, however its been reported elsewhere,-don't ask me where I didn't keep a note of it,- that only 77 Russians mostly women and children went on those two flights. But what was all the fuss about then?.

Remember when this Russian evacuation
hit the headlines about 3 weeks ago, I said they were clearing the deck for a major configuration, probably I was wrong, I think The Government Forces are going to let the armed opposition maintain the initiative until they peter out.
Avenger

Kitchener, Canada

#7 Jan 23, 2013
Rtloder wrote:
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Yes Ruskie is certainly inflammatory language, however its been reported elsewhere,-don't ask me where I didn't keep a note of it,- that only 77 Russians mostly women and children went on those two flights. But what was all the fuss about then?.
Remember when this Russian evacuation
hit the headlines about 3 weeks ago, I said they were clearing the deck for a major configuration, probably I was wrong, I think The Government Forces are going to let the armed opposition maintain the initiative until they peter out.
What like Yankee?
Funny i was going to call your posts inflammatory.
well

Hamilton, Canada

#8 Jan 23, 2013
Ruskis are running for their life. This tells you a lot. Assad is going down.
Oliver Comwell

Fleetwood, UK

#9 Jan 23, 2013
well wrote:
Ruskis are running for their life. This tells you a lot. Assad is going down.
What part of Fantasy Land do you come from Maple Leaf?
well

Hamilton, Canada

#10 Jan 23, 2013
Oliver Comwell wrote:
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What part of Fantasy Land do you come from Maple Leaf?
Eastern Europe. Ruskis come from the same "fantasy land". Isn't this ironic? That's why I know what Ruskis feel.
Oliver Comwell

Fleetwood, UK

#11 Jan 23, 2013
East European Fascist turned Maple Leaf,that explains it.
Rtloder

Baulkham Hills, Australia

#12 Jan 23, 2013
well wrote:
<quoted text>Eastern Europe. Ruskis come from the same "fantasy land". Isn't this ironic? That's why I know what Ruskis feel.
Yes well that is ironic, let me explain 2 things to you today, no.1 the Russians are not running 77 as I've already mentioned are flying home for a holiday.
No. 2 . Irony is sarcasm just as you describe, but it also means opposite, the Russians abandoned the Soviet Union, and I don't mind telling you well, I was heart broken, have I ever told you well in all the time that I've known you, I've been a card carrying communist of the Stalinist extraction until the party declared itself defunct.
Your a good listener well I certainly don't hold that against you, however and this is true, wonderful as the Great Soviet Union was there was one draw back.
By virtue of its altruism it was an impediment to the even Greater Russian Spirit inspired by the magnanimity of the
monumental Vladimir Vladimirovich Putin,
no matter how good it was it had to make way. You can understand that can't you well.? I've got a tear in my eye excuse me well.
Avenger

Kitchener, Canada

#13 Jan 24, 2013
Rtloder wrote:
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Yes well that is ironic, let me explain 2 things to you today, no.1 the Russians are not running 77 as I've already mentioned are flying home for a holiday.
No. 2 . Irony is sarcasm just as you describe, but it also means opposite, the Russians abandoned the Soviet Union, and I don't mind telling you well, I was heart broken, have I ever told you well in all the time that I've known you, I've been a card carrying communist of the Stalinist extraction until the party declared itself defunct.
Your a good listener well I certainly don't hold that against you, however and this is true, wonderful as the Great Soviet Union was there was one draw back.
By virtue of its altruism it was an impediment to the even Greater Russian Spirit inspired by the magnanimity of the
monumental Vladimir Vladimirovich Putin,
no matter how good it was it had to make way. You can understand that can't you well.? I've got a tear in my eye excuse me well.
Lol
Heart broken for your Soviet Union and a Stalinist.
Can't say i am surprised you like oppression and dictators.
Chris

Toronto, Canada

#14 Jan 24, 2013
Rtloder wrote:
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I've got a tear in my eye excuse me well.
But well is the same moron, Avenger!!!
Rtloder

Kellyville, Australia

#15 Jan 24, 2013
Avenger wrote:
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Lol
Heart broken for your Soviet Union and a Stalinist.
Can't say i am surprised you like oppression and dictators.

Avenger I said irony was opposite didn't I,! Yes I did, may be I am being opposite to what i pretend. I could be just registering my support to maintain the upkeep for the tomb of Lenin. Or maybe I'm just saying it for a mental exercise . Or possibly I mean well is opposite to me. You don't believe I can tell a lie, do you Avenger.? I never was able too until I met you.
Chris

Toronto, Canada

#16 Jan 24, 2013
Avenger wrote:
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Lol
Heart broken for your Soviet Union and a Stalinist.
Can't say i am surprised you like oppression and dictators.
Actually you should cry at the poverty of your person, who knows nothing but hate, envy, malice, and all of those treacherous, ugly emotions. You will never know about beautiful side of life. This is very sad. But then, you do not miss what you never had.
Rtloder

Kellyville, Australia

#17 Jan 24, 2013
Chris wrote:
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But well is the same moron, Avenger!!!

I know that,! do you think I am believing in fairies.?
Can't you understand how he must feel having so many people all crammed into one.
It's no wonder to me some of them want to be different, I'd be surprised if any reasonable person finds that to be a great crime, or even disagreeable.
And another thing we live in a Matriarchal
Society, you'll probably find the wife is at the bottom of it.

Think about it Chris, I know you to be an intelligent man, the husband can never be right, neither can he ever be good enough or strong enough or do enough jobs or be nice enough to stupid friends, so what do they naturally do since they got the law on their side they have a multiple man.
Chris

Toronto, Canada

#19 Jan 24, 2013
Rtloder wrote:
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I know that,! do you think I am believing in fairies.?
Can't you understand how he must feel having so many people all crammed into one.
It's no wonder to me some of them want to be different, I'd be surprised if any reasonable person finds that to be a great crime, or even disagreeable.
And another thing we live in a Matriarchal
Society, you'll probably find the wife is at the bottom of it.
Think about it Chris, I know you to be an intelligent man, the husband can never be right, neither can he ever be good enough or strong enough or do enough jobs or be nice enough to stupid friends, so what do they naturally do since they got the law on their side they have a multiple man.
You are being generous and apologetic for these multiple men. I think they are quite comfortable being multiple men, and crammed into one. They are just cheaters; salesmen of ideas they know are not sellable, and then hoping that, when they present them to come from different sources, it will make them be more acceptable.
Avenger

Kitchener, Canada

#20 Jan 24, 2013
Chris wrote:
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Actually you should cry at the poverty of your person, who knows nothing but hate, envy, malice, and all of those treacherous, ugly emotions. You will never know about beautiful side of life. This is very sad. But then, you do not miss what you never had.
Chrisy is crying over his lost beloved former commie Soviet Empire and his hero Stalin. lol
Did you receive the life size poster of the new North Korean tyrant Kim Jong Un i sent you?
well

Stoney Creek, Canada

#21 Jan 24, 2013
Rtloder wrote:
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Yes well that is ironic, let me explain 2 things to you today, no.1 the Russians are not running 77 as I've already mentioned are flying home for a holiday.
No. 2 . Irony is sarcasm just as you describe, but it also means opposite, the Russians abandoned the Soviet Union, and I don't mind telling you well, I was heart broken, have I ever told you well in all the time that I've known you, I've been a card carrying communist of the Stalinist extraction until the party declared itself defunct.
Your a good listener well I certainly don't hold that against you, however and this is true, wonderful as the Great Soviet Union was there was one draw back.
By virtue of its altruism it was an impediment to the even Greater Russian Spirit inspired by the magnanimity of the
monumental Vladimir Vladimirovich Putin,
no matter how good it was it had to make way. You can understand that can't you well.? I've got a tear in my eye excuse me well.
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