Russia key to unlocking Syria crisis at G8 summit

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Vladimir Putin could well play a decisive role at the G8 summit in Northern Ireland, where Syria is the most difficult problem faced by world leaders Moscow hopes that the 2013 G8 summit will contribute to tackling the Syrian standoff.

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Syrian

New London, CT

#1 May 24, 2013
Russia does hold the key! It's about time that the West gets on board, and agrees to the Syrians picking their own leader via elections.
neutral observer

Lake Worth, FL

#2 May 24, 2013
But that is democracy. The USA and the EU oppose that. They prefer to impose their own choices on other nations.

Washington wants a puppet regime.
Marcus

Chatham, UK

#3 May 24, 2013
The United States certainly made a huge mistake saving Colonel Nasser during the Suez Crisis.

Although at least it ensured not a single British soldier was sent to Vietnam.
Moffat

Willmar, MN

#4 May 24, 2013
Yes like two parties trying to kill each other and separating the country, not doing what has been known to work, no we rather run around trying to find a horribly complex way to deal with shit instead of just taking care of it.
Falcon

UK

#5 May 24, 2013
neutral observer wrote:
But that is democracy. The USA and the EU oppose that. They prefer to impose their own choices on other nations.
Washington wants a puppet regime.
The funny thing is people are comfortable calling it foreign policy, whereas its nothing but power plays to benefit their agendas.
Marcus

Chatham, UK

#6 May 24, 2013
We should be arming both sides to keep killing each other.

EDEN WAS RIGHT.
neutral observer

Lake Worth, FL

#7 May 24, 2013
Why is whether Assad stays or goes anybody outside of Syria's business anyway? We would have opposed anyone interfering in our Revolution or Civil War.

Non-interference in revolutions seems a common sense approach.
Marcus

Chatham, UK

#8 May 24, 2013
neutral observer wrote:
Why is whether Assad stays or goes anybody outside of Syria's business anyway? We would have opposed anyone interfering in our Revolution or Civil War.
Non-interference in revolutions seems a common sense approach.
Whose revolution? British colonists were deliberately planted in North America at the same time as the Scots in Uster.

Since: Nov 10

Dublin

#9 May 24, 2013
I hope Assad wins.

His forces are gaining ground and the terrorists are being pushed back.

Assad's forces say the terrorists ''want to drag them back to the dark ages''.

Good article about it

http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/worldnews/mid...
Marcus

Chatham, UK

#10 May 24, 2013
Dubbadub wrote:
I hope Assad wins.
His forces are gaining ground and the terrorists are being pushed back.
Assad's forces say the terrorists ''want to drag them back to the dark ages''.
Good article about it
http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/worldnews/mid...
The Syrian rebels = The IRA in 1919-1922.
Marcus

Chatham, UK

#11 May 24, 2013
neutral observer wrote:
Why is whether Assad stays or goes anybody outside of Syria's business anyway? We would have opposed anyone interfering in our Revolution or Civil War.
Non-interference in revolutions seems a common sense approach.
Did the North American colonists oppose intervention from the very beginning of the Revolutionary War by France, Spain and the Netherlands?
rtloder

Australia

#12 May 24, 2013
The G8 is a condescended decision to attend by the leader of the Russian Federation.
Yes he will go as the Jew licker Cameron begged him to participate.
Cameron is a bog of spiteful humiliated expression on the end of his tether as a conservative screwball.
Only Putin can save him next month.
That's why Cameron begged him to appear.
If the West moves in the direction of reducing their debt by not extrapolating it further they need the support of Nations which have credibility in their currency.
And gold reserves to match their liquidity.
That is point blank all the G8 except the US Britain and France.
Is France even in the G8 ??????
Who fiddled that.
Marcus

Chatham, UK

#13 May 24, 2013
David Cameron is left-wing scum.
Falcon

UK

#14 May 24, 2013
Dubbadub wrote:
I hope Assad wins.
His forces are gaining ground and the terrorists are being pushed back.
Assad's forces say the terrorists ''want to drag them back to the dark ages''.
Good article about it
http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/worldnews/mid...
Yes that's a good article, but most disturbing is what the rebel terrorist says: "If the revolution continues for 100 years, and everything is destroyed, we will never leave him in power," Mr Salameh said.
"Disintegration it is".

These terrorists are only interested in Assad and don't care about the downfall of Syria in the slightest, they are a filthy sub-human species that needs to be eradicated. I hope that Assad builds up an even greater, organized army and enter the era of a terrorist holocaust.
Marcus

Chatham, UK

#15 May 24, 2013
It's so funny that Muammar Gaddafi was savagely beaten to death in the street like an animal!

Glad they got it all on film!
Falcon

UK

#16 May 24, 2013
Further more if possible, intelligence should be used to track down these terrorists' families and start carrying out effective hit jobs, the terrorists must know the true price for being hired, Godless mercenaries.
Oliver Cromwell

Cleveleys, UK

#17 May 24, 2013
Marcus wrote:
We should be arming both sides to keep killing each other.
EDEN WAS RIGHT.
I have a better idea,just keep your nose out of other Countries.
The Iron Ante Pavelic

Podgorica, Montenegro

#18 May 24, 2013
Marcus wrote:
It's so funny that Muammar Gaddafi was savagely beaten to death in the street like an animal!
Glad they got it all on film!
Muammar Gaddafi was great Lider.

Down with Jewnited States of Jewmerica!
Oliver Cromwell

Cleveleys, UK

#19 May 24, 2013
neutral observer wrote:
Why is whether Assad stays or goes anybody outside of Syria's business anyway? We would have opposed anyone interfering in our Revolution or Civil War.
Non-interference in revolutions seems a common sense approach.
You are right but the problem is,common sense isn't very conmmon.
The Iron Ante Pavelic

Podgorica, Montenegro

#20 May 24, 2013
neutral observer wrote:
But that is democracy. The USA and the EU oppose that. They prefer to impose their own choices on other nations.
Washington wants a puppet regime.
America invade Countries to push Democracy.
Yugoslavia got BOMBED because of FAKE Democracy.

And so was Libya, Vietnam, Iraq, Avganistan, North Korea,...

Democracy is GeNOcide...
;-[

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