Obama betrays Syria

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MR. CARNEY: Well, look, we're constantly assessing the situation. There's no question that the situation on the ground is serious and has been for some time.
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Ghaznavi

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#21
Jul 20, 2013
 
mxlplx wrote:
Since neither side is blameless, the West should go with the 70% Syrian and Western majority side.
It's just common sense.
That's BS it's no where near 70%!
You have NO common sense!
Oliver Cromwell

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Jul 20, 2013
 
mxlplx wrote:
Since neither side is blameless, the West should go with the side that's defending itself.
It's just common sense.
(just thought I'd throw a curveball in there)
Problem is common sense isn't very common.
mxlplx

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Jul 20, 2013
 
Ghaznavi wrote:
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That's BS it's no where near 70%!
You have NO common sense!
NATO reveals 70% of Syrians support Bashar al-Assad
www.voltairenet.org/article178779.html&#8... ;
Jun 6, 2013 - The Anglo-American press reports on an internal NATO study (dated June 2013), which takes stock of Syrian public opinion [1]. The study (.

70% of Americans Oppose Obama's Plan to Arm Syrian Terrorists ...
frontpagemag.com/.../70-of-americans-oppose-o... ;
Jun 18, 2013 - 60 percent say Syrian opposition groups may be no better than the government.
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I live in the Age of Enlightenment. You live in the Dark Ages.

When will you finally buy yourself a new light bulb?
mxlplx

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#24
Jul 20, 2013
 
Or at least learn to google. For God's sake, learn to google something other than your jihadi websites.
mxlplx

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#25
Jul 20, 2013
 
This is who Obama betrays:

In an apartment draped with philodendrons in the nearby Shiite quarter, Bassem Wehbe described why the militia was needed. A Sunni gang had kidnapped him from his nearby grocery store, he said, taunted him with sectarian slogans and chopped off his finger with an ax. His finger still bandaged, he played a video of the act that the captors had sent to his family.

He said he tried to reason with his captors — who he believed were Syrians influenced by televised sermons of radical clerics in Saudi Arabia — telling them of the Sunni-Shiite mixed marriages and business dealings common in the Old City.

“They said,‘No, this period is over,’”

Mr. Wehbe said.“Is it possible we were in this country?”

A few days later, Christians packed the Street Called Straight, carrying the coffin of a man killed by kidnappers to a nearby church.

http://www.nytimes.com/2013/07/21/world/middl...
mxlplx

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#26
Jul 20, 2013
 
When articles like this begin appearing in the mainstream press, it's clear Washington's tide is turning. There will be no arms from Washington, and McCain and his ilk can go straight to hell.
mxlplx

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Jul 20, 2013
 
"Perhaps the Islamists are trying to stay out of the spotlight. They've been regrouping and naming themselves with numbers, things like 'the 9th Division' and so on, but these are the same Islamist radical groups like the Islamic State of Iraq and Sham or the Islamic Front to Liberate Syria," one opposition activist said, declining to be named.

Probably one of McCain's brainstorms.
Syrian

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#28
Jul 21, 2013
 
mxlplx wrote:
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NATO reveals 70% of Syrians support Bashar al-Assad
www.voltairenet.org/article178779.html&#8... ;
Jun 6, 2013 - The Anglo-American press reports on an internal NATO study (dated June 2013), which takes stock of Syrian public opinion [1]. The study (.
70% of Americans Oppose Obama's Plan to Arm Syrian Terrorists ...
frontpagemag.com/.../70-of-americans-oppose-o... ;
Jun 18, 2013 - 60 percent say Syrian opposition groups may be no better than the government.
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I live in the Age of Enlightenment. You live in the Dark Ages.
When will you finally buy yourself a new light bulb?
Excellent!!!
Oliver Cromwell

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#29
Jul 21, 2013
 
mxlplx wrote:
This is who Obama betrays:
In an apartment draped with philodendrons in the nearby Shiite quarter, Bassem Wehbe described why the militia was needed. A Sunni gang had kidnapped him from his nearby grocery store, he said, taunted him with sectarian slogans and chopped off his finger with an ax. His finger still bandaged, he played a video of the act that the captors had sent to his family.
He said he tried to reason with his captors — who he believed were Syrians influenced by televised sermons of radical clerics in Saudi Arabia — telling them of the Sunni-Shiite mixed marriages and business dealings common in the Old City.
“They said,‘No, this period is over,’”
Mr. Wehbe said.“Is it possible we were in this country?”
A few days later, Christians packed the Street Called Straight, carrying the coffin of a man killed by kidnappers to a nearby church.
http://www.nytimes.com/2013/07/21/world/middl...
That's why this vermin has to be annihilated,they are beyond reason,they must be exterminated like the filth they are,i don't buy this they were influenced by Clerics from Saudi Arabia,they must have had a disposition for depraved savagery before this War started,probably they were criminals to start with or lunatics.
Syrian

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Jul 21, 2013
 
mxlplx wrote:
When articles like this begin appearing in the mainstream press, it's clear Washington's tide is turning. There will be no arms from Washington, and McCain and his ilk can go straight to hell.
McCain will need to increase his Thorazine prescription! LOL!!!
mxlplx

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#31
Jul 21, 2013
 
You want a real laugh? Go to the Qatar forum page and check out all the sexual sickos over there. These are the deviant freaks that are sending arms into Syria?

One look at that Sodom and Gomorrah forum and most Americans would call for a tactical strike to take out that entire country.
lolol

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#32
Jul 21, 2013
 
for odumbo if you aint black you're not worth notice
Crock one

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#33
Jul 21, 2013
 
Well for once we know that the Obama care was all about free phone so the west could listen it on the public like snowden said of the west listening to every ally they known plus funding terrorist with Saudi help the same people that brought down the twin towers well done mr looney mc Cain should be put in a looney hospital with the rest of his terrorist rebels and charged with genocide with the insane Obama following a blind insane mouse
Crock one

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#34
Jul 21, 2013
 
The 70 percentage are terrorist from the so call friends of Syrian Assad it's fighting on both sides from mercenaries paid by we know who and those who are taking advantage of the situation to establish a Islamic estate plus raping and beheading innocent people for the sake of Allah while the west and Saudi keep allowing this terrorist to keep killing and stealing well done girls mc Cain hope you don't fall in the hands of Assad army they will make you cry like the baby that you are
Rambeaux

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#37
Jul 21, 2013
 
Ghaznavi wrote:
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What about the atrocities of Al ass ad?
Perhaps the reason so many innocent civilians are killed by Syrian forces is because the rebels are using them as human shields. If they would confront Assad's forces in the open instead of hiding out in densely populated neighborhoods, a lot less innocents would be killed.
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#38
Jul 21, 2013
 
That is what happens you start a war against your own people depending on foreign funds.

They were even so happy with Al Nushra fighting with them. When they were called terrorist, FSA were defending them. Now, even they have turned their back on them.

Although I think USA will surely launch a big attack on Syria in future, FSA will not gain anything from it. They were just a puppet & were used to destroy Syrian Government forces. And those puppets have managed to destroy & kill lots of its own people under foreign funds.

But I think Syrian Government army is still strong & will put up a fight against foreign intervention.
Syrian

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Jul 22, 2013
 
Rambeaux wrote:
<quoted text>Perhaps the reason so many innocent civilians are killed by Syrian forces is because the rebels are using them as human shields. If they would confront Assad's forces in the open instead of hiding out in densely populated neighborhoods, a lot less innocents would be killed.
Exactly! Those rebel bastards launch attacks from inside populated areas, loaded with women and children!!
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#40
Jul 22, 2013
 
The 2.5 million Christians and the 500,000 Druze know that they will be slaughtered along with the Alewites should the rebels win and take over. What will occur under the rebels in Syria would make the Taliban look tame.
Syrian

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#41
Jul 23, 2013
 
Rambeaux wrote:
The 2.5 million Christians and the 500,000 Druze know that they will be slaughtered along with the Alewites should the rebels win and take over. What will occur under the rebels in Syria would make the Taliban look tame.
The rebels got into bed with Islamic extremists and AlQaeda terrorists! That will be their undoing.

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