Russian warships set sail to Mediterranean amid possible Syria evacuation

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Russia's three warships do not plan to stop at Syria port of Tartus, but may do so if they need to resupply, Russia's Ministry of Defense said.

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#2594 Mar 16, 2013
Neville Thompson wrote:
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Dimwit Dimitri,why can't you stick to one name ?
Why don`t you stick to your kangaroos and wombats?
The Middle East is not of your Australian business.
Chris

Toronto, Canada

#2595 Mar 16, 2013
Alexey25 wrote:
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So many of letters and so little of sence. lol.
Jay is describing his experiences. They are experiences of the ‘boots on the ground’. It is sad that someone wants to be that. These entire International ‘boots on the ground’, just as home grown fighters, are all manipulated by ‘big players’, which are CIA, home grown traitorous leaders, and the Country’s Diaspora. People like Jay are used by the big players, but just do not want to see the big picture. They just see their little role: which is dangerous, and harmful; yet they keep convincing themselves that they are useful, and even helpful.

“Free Speech in a Free World ”

Since: May 10

Australia

#2596 Mar 16, 2013
Alexey25 wrote:
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Why don`t you stick to your kangaroos and wombats?
The Middle East is not of your Australian business.
Alexy/Dimitri/Truthy23 same old story.
It becomes our business when we see the Syrian refugees having to exist in inhospitable conditions in camps within their neighboring countries.
Chris

Toronto, Canada

#2597 Mar 16, 2013
WoW wrote:
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Its not a script, its HISTORY!! I was there, you were not. I talked to the people (Serbs and Albanians), you havent. WHAT DO YOU REALLY KNOW? Besides nothing. Put your foil hat back on and step back away from the computer...
Ok, since you failed yesterdays history lesson, here is lesson #2:
What was the Ustaše and what were they famous for?
Whatever you herd when you were there, you were a stranger, in the midst of war. What people would tell you, was skewed, by the heat of war; and as a stranger, you would skew it even more, by the lack of background knowledge.

What Ustase were famous for, is propaganda. What they were: Croat nationalists, hoping to get independent Croatia, from the first Yugoslavia, which was governed by Serbian king. New Yugoslavia was different story. It was Communist, equalitarian, governed by Tito, the Croat; but being the Communist, Tito was not nationalist, or divider, but the uniter.

Chetnicks were another group of nationalists, analogous to Ustase. Chetnicks were Serbian nationalists, Monarchists, which like Utase fought in WW2 against Communists, hoping to return Monarchy back.

There were many other sub-groups in WW2. They all lost the war to Communists. Some of those that lost the war ended up in the West. The CIA kept mobilizing them, to undermine the Communist state. Eventually, after Tito’s firm hand disappeared, with the help of some traitorous leaders, the West succeeded to manufacture the war, and to dismember the country.

By the way, the analog is Syria, Libya, and Iraq; with nuances of differences, but one constant: the West - CIA, NATO effort to destroy Socialist states.
Oliver Cromwell

Lytham, UK

#2598 Mar 16, 2013
Neville Thompson wrote:
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Alexy/Dimitri/Truthy23 same old story.
It becomes our business when we see the Syrian refugees having to exist in inhospitable conditions in camps within their neighboring countries.
Why hasn't the West made it their business to help Palestinian Refugees in the past sixty years,also those Refugees in Jordan and Turkey have been created by the West and its support for Terrorists,those Al-qaeda thugs are coming into Syria from Jordan,Turkey,and some from Iraq and Lebanon,don't you get it the Country has been invaded by Western backed Terrorists.

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Since: May 10

Australia

#2599 Mar 16, 2013
Chris wrote:
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Jay is describing his experiences. They are experiences of the ‘boots on the ground’. It is sad that someone wants to be that. These entire International ‘boots on the ground’, just as home grown fighters, are all manipulated by ‘big players’, which are CIA, home grown traitorous leaders, and the Country’s Diaspora. People like Jay are used by the big players, but just do not want to see the big picture. They just see their little role: which is dangerous, and harmful; yet they keep convincing themselves that they are useful, and even helpful.
If you wore the military uniform of your country would you also be what you describe ?
It doesn't matter who we are we are all slaves to the rhythm.
Chris

Toronto, Canada

#2600 Mar 16, 2013
Neville Thompson wrote:
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Your reply is no different to Assad mentality.
Blame everyone else for his downfall.
There is no Assad’s downfall. There is a systematic and concerted Western effort to put into the Countries the Governments, which the West composes from Countries’ Diaspora, plus a few traitors; and who the West can dictate. Syria is not lone country to which the West has done it already. You are not noticing the Western bombings, invasions, and occupations of countries? Then you are blind; may be you could do yourself a favour, and become mute also.

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Since: May 10

Australia

#2601 Mar 16, 2013
Oliver Cromwell wrote:
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Why hasn't the West made it their business to help Palestinian Refugees in the past sixty years,also those Refugees in Jordan and Turkey have been created by the West and its support for Terrorists,those Al-qaeda thugs are coming into Syria from Jordan,Turkey,and some from Iraq and Lebanon,don't you get it the Country has been invaded by Western backed Terrorists.
Starting from the begining of time ,why has the Middle East been at war with each other within those countries you mention ,even before the West came into existance ?
As for foreign terrorists you mention ,which Arab people from long ago were trained as assassins from birth.
Chris

Toronto, Canada

#2602 Mar 16, 2013
Neville Thompson wrote:
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If you wore the military uniform of your country would you also be what you describe ?
It doesn't matter who we are we are all slaves to the rhythm.
In today’s Western countries, wearing military uniform is voluntary. Therefore, I would not wear my country’s military uniform, unless my country was attacked. No I definitely would not go to Afghanistan, or Iraq, and kill people in their homes, despite the fact that they did nothing to me, or my country.

After Hitler’s phenomenon, in Nuremberg trial, the precedent was established, that we as individuals, do have individual responsibilities; despite our Governments.

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#2603 Mar 16, 2013
I`m glad to see that some western people see the truth no matter what.
Too bad the most of western people are brianwashed by BBC CNN Sky news Fox news and other propogandistic media.

Watch RT if you want to know the truth about Syria.

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Since: May 10

Australia

#2604 Mar 16, 2013
Chris wrote:
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There is no Assad’s downfall. There is a systematic and concerted Western effort to put into the Countries the Governments, which the West composes from Countries’ Diaspora, plus a few traitors; and who the West can dictate. Syria is not lone country to which the West has done it already. You are not noticing the Western bombings, invasions, and occupations of countries? Then you are blind; may be you could do yourself a favour, and become mute also.
In each civil war there needs to be two sides .
In your case you are defending Assad governance ,other Syrians you brand traitors are no different to you except they are prepared to do what you won't or can't do and stand up to Assad's governance.
The people in the sandwich of your dispute with each other are your fellow Syrians in refugee camps.
End hostilities by calling in NATO to act as a barrier between each side and choose an outside authority to arbitrate your grievances in the World Court in the Hague or the UN otherwise the future looks bleak.

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Since: May 10

Australia

#2605 Mar 16, 2013
Alexey25 wrote:
I`m glad to see that some western people see the truth no matter what.
Too bad the most of western people are brianwashed by BBC CNN Sky news Fox news and other propogandistic media.
Watch RT if you want to know the truth about Syria.
I get my propaganda from people like you.

“Free Speech in a Free World ”

Since: May 10

Australia

#2606 Mar 16, 2013
Chris wrote:
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In today’s Western countries, wearing military uniform is voluntary. Therefore, I would not wear my country’s military uniform, unless my country was attacked. No I definitely would not go to Afghanistan, or Iraq, and kill people in their homes, despite the fact that they did nothing to me, or my country.
After Hitler’s phenomenon, in Nuremberg trial, the precedent was established, that we as individuals, do have individual responsibilities; despite our Governments.
You didn't answer the question.
If you wore your countries military uniform you would have no choice who your country did battle with .

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Since: May 10

Australia

#2607 Mar 16, 2013
truth always beats lIes23 wrote:
More lies and propaganda from george using the name jay I see.How pathetic.
Could you say that again and again please ?
Jay

Sherwood Park, Canada

#2608 Mar 16, 2013
Oliver Cromwell wrote:
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Why hasn't the West made it their business to help Palestinian Refugees in the past sixty years,also those Refugees in Jordan and Turkey have been created by the West and its support for Terrorists,those Al-qaeda thugs are coming into Syria from Jordan,Turkey,and some from Iraq and Lebanon,don't you get it the Country has been invaded by Western backed Terrorists.
The west has. Canada gives foreign aid in funds for education of the children, food, medical supplies and reconstruction consultation. We also allow charities to flourish here although many have been shut down once it is evident the money is being used to purchase weapons. It's a messed situation. No outside party can put boots on the ground or Israel will deploy forces. Their actions are aggresive but after 3 wars and many clashes these people who where targeted for extermination have developed a never again attitude. Perspective once again, if your Palestinian your not happy obviously, if your an Israeli who lost grand parents and relocated you have memories of dark times to fuel your resolve. The strong survive the weak die thus the Jews have become a juggernaut force out of survival instincts honed by the grim reaper himself. UN operations and red cresent are active in refugee camps abroad, all payed for by global nations. There's an evolution in the region from politics to religion.
Jay

Sherwood Park, Canada

#2609 Mar 16, 2013
Chris wrote:
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Jay is describing his experiences. They are experiences of the ‘boots on the ground’. It is sad that someone wants to be that. These entire International ‘boots on the ground’, just as home grown fighters, are all manipulated by ‘big players’, which are CIA, home grown traitorous leaders, and the Country’s Diaspora. People like Jay are used by the big players, but just do not want to see the big picture. They just see their little role: which is dangerous, and harmful; yet they keep convincing themselves that they are useful, and even helpful.
For a fella who hasn't had a sense of purpose bigger than himself your quick to pass judgement. The UN in Yugoslavia was not u der CIA command as each battle group comes from a sovereign nation guided by a UN mandate. Surprised you think it's sad to serve as a peacekeeper, there's many that disagree with you. Funny how you suggest my role was harmful.As I can look back on my life and know I've saved people from sure death and acted in a traditional Canadian way of making wrongs right as much as an individual can? When you sit behind your computer and belittle men of action what's your life reflection given you ? Any satisfaction on making a difference or having been part of a greater cause with such sacrifice and selflessness. Do you have the courage to put yourself in harms way to protect someone you do not know? Lots of opinions on these forums but words without merit are empty words, from short sighted thoughts...
Ps. I never asked to go stand between Serbs and Croats my purpose was originally to defend Canada in the Cold War. But as good soldiers do you go where your pointed. As each UN countries force deploys anywhere you not only hault violence but bring your values with you and historically our action from such a young nation has earned us global respect.
Oliver Cromwell

Lytham, UK

#2610 Mar 16, 2013
Chris wrote:
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In today’s Western countries, wearing military uniform is voluntary. Therefore, I would not wear my country’s military uniform, unless my country was attacked. No I definitely would not go to Afghanistan, or Iraq, and kill people in their homes, despite the fact that they did nothing to me, or my country.
After Hitler’s phenomenon, in Nuremberg trial, the precedent was established, that we as individuals, do have individual responsibilities; despite our Governments.
You hit the nail on the head,anyone in my Country and yours who have joined the Army in the past ten or fifteen years know exactly what they are signing up for,they are signing up as Legionnaires of the Reich and all that involves,what it involves is attacking other Countries and killing their people when their Criminal Politicians get the Green light from Reich High Command in Washington,and we the public are expected to support it and treat the Soldiers as Heroes,well not in my name.It was also established at Nuremburg that any member of armed forces isn't obliged to follow an illegal order,in fact they have a duty to refuse such an order,i knlw for a fact several members of the armed forces refused orders before the invasion of Iraq and went to jail.
Oliver Cromwell

Lytham, UK

#2611 Mar 16, 2013
Jay wrote:
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The west has. Canada gives foreign aid in funds for education of the children, food, medical supplies and reconstruction consultation. We also allow charities to flourish here although many have been shut down once it is evident the money is being used to purchase weapons. It's a messed situation. No outside party can put boots on the ground or Israel will deploy forces. Their actions are aggresive but after 3 wars and many clashes these people who where targeted for extermination have developed a never again attitude. Perspective once again, if your Palestinian your not happy obviously, if your an Israeli who lost grand parents and relocated you have memories of dark times to fuel your resolve. The strong survive the weak die thus the Jews have become a juggernaut force out of survival instincts honed by the grim reaper himself. UN operations and red cresent are active in refugee camps abroad, all payed for by global nations. There's an evolution in the region from politics to religion.
There is no danger of the West putting Boots on the ground in Israel as you put it because they are partners in crime,they may send a few food parcels and tents but when its Libya or Syria they send Guns,it wasn't the Palestinians who operated Auschwitz and treblinka it was Europeans,some who would call themselves Christians.
Jay

Sherwood Park, Canada

#2612 Mar 16, 2013
Chris wrote:
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Jay is describing his experiences. They are experiences of the ‘boots on the ground’. It is sad that someone wants to be that. These entire International ‘boots on the ground’, just as home grown fighters, are all manipulated by ‘big players’, which are CIA, home grown traitorous leaders, and the Country’s Diaspora. People like Jay are used by the big players, but just do not want to see the big picture. They just see their little role: which is dangerous, and harmful; yet they keep convincing themselves that they are useful, and even helpful.
Currently I'm hearing the royal 22 regiment is preparing for a possible peacekeeping mission in Mali. So what do see this as? Your in Canada and to know 2,000 Canadian soldiers could be deploying in months as peacekeepers to Mali is this a CIA plan that we are being used to stop violence? I anticipate your views will be negative towards any peacekeeping effort as you seem to think its a evil western concept. I guarantee you the mindset of our people and troops are that of a unique compassion but any Muslim who wants to oppose our presence with weapons will soon find his way to Allah. These Muslims even destroyed old Muslim history pieces there because they believe they were not Muslim enough. As they changed their name to Al Quada they support the forcing of their beliefs on people regardless of their opinion. They justify summary execution and their interpretation of law enforcement with a total disregard for elected people's direction. Just think you could run out and join the queens own rifles reserve unit in Toronto and when the regular army asks for reserves you could be on a peacekeeping mission in less then a year.( not your style but possible )
Oliver Cromwell

Lytham, UK

#2613 Mar 16, 2013
Jay wrote:
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Currently I'm hearing the royal 22 regiment is preparing for a possible peacekeeping mission in Mali. So what do see this as? Your in Canada and to know 2,000 Canadian soldiers could be deploying in months as peacekeepers to Mali is this a CIA plan that we are being used to stop violence? I anticipate your views will be negative towards any peacekeeping effort as you seem to think its a evil western concept. I guarantee you the mindset of our people and troops are that of a unique compassion but any Muslim who wants to oppose our presence with weapons will soon find his way to Allah. These Muslims even destroyed old Muslim history pieces there because they believe they were not Muslim enough. As they changed their name to Al Quada they support the forcing of their beliefs on people regardless of their opinion. They justify summary execution and their interpretation of law enforcement with a total disregard for elected people's direction. Just think you could run out and join the queens own rifles reserve unit in Toronto and when the regular army asks for reserves you could be on a peacekeeping mission in less then a year.( not your style but possible )
I doubt you would be so relaxed about it if the Russians or Chinese deployed peackeepers all over the World.

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