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Some people portray Putin's Russia as some kind of folklore hero, he's the man to sort out the conflict in Syria. Obama's red line of chemical weapons has been and gone years ago and that was the g… Read More
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banned8m, 1w agoPosted 8 months, 1 week ago
Some people portray Putin's Russia as some kind of folklore hero, he's the man to sort out the conflict in Syria.

Obama's red line of chemical weapons has been and gone years ago and that was the green light for Russia, at her leisure to intervene.

I understand propaganda, and a Russian bomb kills and maimes in the same manner as a US bomb

What is being witnessed in Eastern Aleppo is a total all out onslaught by Russian, Syrian, Iranian and Hezbollah forces.

There is nothing in place to stop this. The US bombing of Syria soldiers was not a mistake, it was a last ditch effort to halt what is unfolding. The response to that bombing was the Russian attack of the UN convoy.

As we 'mind our own business' we can sit back and watch Russia 'restore order'.
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banned8m, 1w agoPosted 8 months, 1 week ago
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Absolute mess from all sides, targeting hospitals and civilians is despicable whichever flag you wave :(
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Leave them too it, Send aid in and help the nearest safe Countries set refugee camps up etc.. The war will never end.

That is and should be our limit.

Edited By: shauneco on Oct 14, 2016 08:08

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Absolute mess from all sides, targeting hospitals and civilians is despicable whichever flag you wave :(
banned 1 Like #2
Aleppo mayor blames the West, the video is worth watching.

Edited By: cchopps on Oct 14, 2016 04:50
#3
Russia doing a grand job supporting a fellow dictator Assad, those in favour of brutal dictators must be loving it.
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Treboeth
Absolute mess from all sides, targeting hospitals and civilians is despicable whichever flag you wave :(


Completely agree. The white helmets, or what is left of them, are doing a fantastic job. Such a terrible situation for the poor people on the ground
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Assad and his cronies definition of liberation is ludicrous.
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the uk/usa are supporting terrorist and Islamist. Syria has had sanctions placed on it for 5 years by the majority of the world. assad could not have held power if he didn't have the support of a large majority of is people. this would have been over years ago without the west interfering.
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brendanhickey
the uk/usa are supporting terrorist and Islamist. Syria has had sanctions placed on it for 5 years by the majority of the world. assad could not have held power if he didn't have the support of a large majority of is people. this would have been over years ago without the west interfering.

I was hoping we could discuss the plight of Aleppo. When a leader of a nation is prepared to drop bombs on his own people he doesn't need the support of anyone other than he's milatary. The only fault of UK/USA in the words of the mayor of Aleppo is 'where are you?'.
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cchopps
brendanhickey
the uk/usa are supporting terrorist and Islamist. Syria has had sanctions placed on it for 5 years by the majority of the world. assad could not have held power if he didn't have the support of a large majority of is people. this would have been over years ago without the west interfering.
I was hoping we could discuss the plight of Aleppo. When a leader of a nation is prepared to drop bombs on his own people he doesn't need the support of anyone other than he's milatary. The only fault of UK/USA in the words of the mayor of Aleppo is 'where are you?'.

Realistically what can 'we' do? Bomb a load more 'targets', miss and kill loads of civilians... Get embroiled in another 'helping' war and end up angering the population of that country, which in turn propels people to attack us...?

I believe sorting out the aid and a long term ceasefire is the best we can do in a situation such as this. We are not the world's decision makers...
5 Likes #10
Leave them too it, Send aid in and help the nearest safe Countries set refugee camps up etc.. The war will never end.

That is and should be our limit.

Edited By: shauneco on Oct 14, 2016 08:08
banned 1 Like #11
Mermoo
cchopps
brendanhickey
the uk/usa are supporting terrorist and Islamist. Syria has had sanctions placed on it for 5 years by the majority of the world. assad could not have held power if he didn't have the support of a large majority of is people. this would have been over years ago without the west interfering.
I was hoping we could discuss the plight of Aleppo. When a leader of a nation is prepared to drop bombs on his own people he doesn't need the support of anyone other than he's milatary. The only fault of UK/USA in the words of the mayor of Aleppo is 'where are you?'.
Realistically what can 'we' do? Bomb a load more 'targets', miss and kill loads of civilians... Get embroiled in another 'helping' war and end up angering the population of that country, which in turn propels people to attack us...?
I believe sorting out the aid and a long term ceasefire is the best we can do in a situation such as this. We are not the world's decision makers...

I don't think 'we' can do anything at this moment in time.

Russian intervention is different from US/UK intervention. I know a life is a life, and a bomb falling out of the sky with an eagle on it instead of a bear makes no odds when it wipes out your entire family. The issue here is the slaughter of a nation's people by the leader of that nation with the support of 'another'. There will be no stop the war coalition march in the streets of London over this, and I understand the argument that what's the point of that when that demonstration has zero chance of the Russians saying that they may have a point.

I suppose where I coming from is that we are about to witness what 'no response' looks like. I think it's our only choice now. Who can know what the reaction of Russia would be if the US/UK unilaterally declared a no fly zone over the area. I can't see a UN resolution being passed for that at the moment as I believe Russia would just veto it. Without sounding too dramatic it appears to me as if Russia is perfectly ready and willing for a confrontation with the US. The US is weak and it's a clear as bell that there is still the need for them to be strong. If push came to shove the US could annihilate Russia, but for the sake of the 'world peace' it seems that Syrians in Aleppo are going to be sacrificed.


Edited By: cchopps on Oct 14, 2016 08:14
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cchopps
Mermoo
cchopps
brendanhickey
the uk/usa are supporting terrorist and Islamist. Syria has had sanctions placed on it for 5 years by the majority of the world. assad could not have held power if he didn't have the support of a large majority of is people. this would have been over years ago without the west interfering.
I was hoping we could discuss the plight of Aleppo. When a leader of a nation is prepared to drop bombs on his own people he doesn't need the support of anyone other than he's milatary. The only fault of UK/USA in the words of the mayor of Aleppo is 'where are you?'.
Realistically what can 'we' do? Bomb a load more 'targets', miss and kill loads of civilians... Get embroiled in another 'helping' war and end up angering the population of that country, which in turn propels people to attack us...?
I believe sorting out the aid and a long term ceasefire is the best we can do in a situation such as this. We are not the world's decision makers...
I don't think 'we' can do anything at this moment in time.
Russian intervention is different from US/UK intervention. I know a life is a life, and a bomb falling out of the sky with an eagle on it instead of a bear makes no odds when it wipes out your entire family. The issue here is the slaughter of a nation's people by the leader of that nation with the support of 'another'. There will be no stop the war coalition march in the streets of London over this, and I understand the argument that what's the point of that when that demonstration has zero chance of the Russians saying that they may have a point.
I suppose where I coming from is that we are about to witness what 'no response' looks like. I think it's our only choice now. Who can know what the reaction of Russia would be if the US/UK unilaterally declared a no fly zone over the area. I can't see a UN resolution being passed for that at the moment as I believe Russia would just veto it. Without sounding too dramatic it appears to me as if Russia is perfectly ready and willing for a confrontation with the US. The US is weak and it's a clear as bell that there is still the need for them to be strong. If push came to shove the US could annihilate Russia, but for the sake of the 'world peace' it seems that Syrians in Aleppo are going to be sacrificed.

Are you suggesting that Russian people are deemed more important than Syrians? Bombing Russia/Syria/Iraq/Afghanistan - it's all the same. At the end of the day innocent people die...
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Mermoo
cchopps
Mermoo
cchopps
brendanhickey
the uk/usa are supporting terrorist and Islamist. Syria has had sanctions placed on it for 5 years by the majority of the world. assad could not have held power if he didn't have the support of a large majority of is people. this would have been over years ago without the west interfering.
I was hoping we could discuss the plight of Aleppo. When a leader of a nation is prepared to drop bombs on his own people he doesn't need the support of anyone other than he's milatary. The only fault of UK/USA in the words of the mayor of Aleppo is 'where are you?'.
Realistically what can 'we' do? Bomb a load more 'targets', miss and kill loads of civilians... Get embroiled in another 'helping' war and end up angering the population of that country, which in turn propels people to attack us...?
I believe sorting out the aid and a long term ceasefire is the best we can do in a situation such as this. We are not the world's decision makers...
I don't think 'we' can do anything at this moment in time.
Russian intervention is different from US/UK intervention. I know a life is a life, and a bomb falling out of the sky with an eagle on it instead of a bear makes no odds when it wipes out your entire family. The issue here is the slaughter of a nation's people by the leader of that nation with the support of 'another'. There will be no stop the war coalition march in the streets of London over this, and I understand the argument that what's the point of that when that demonstration has zero chance of the Russians saying that they may have a point.
I suppose where I coming from is that we are about to witness what 'no response' looks like. I think it's our only choice now. Who can know what the reaction of Russia would be if the US/UK unilaterally declared a no fly zone over the area. I can't see a UN resolution being passed for that at the moment as I believe Russia would just veto it. Without sounding too dramatic it appears to me as if Russia is perfectly ready and willing for a confrontation with the US. The US is weak and it's a clear as bell that there is still the need for them to be strong. If push came to shove the US could annihilate Russia, but for the sake of the 'world peace' it seems that Syrians in Aleppo are going to be sacrificed.
Are you suggesting that Russian people are deemed more important than Syrians? Bombing Russia/Syria/Iraq/Afghanistan - it's all the same. At the end of the day innocent people die...

No that's not what I'm saying at all, I can't even fathom out how you could come to that conclusion in response to what I posted.
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brendanhickey
the uk/usa are supporting terrorist and Islamist. Syria has had sanctions placed on it for 5 years by the majority of the world. assad could not have held power if he didn't have the support of a large majority of is people. this would have been over years ago without the west interfering.


utter troll tripe
#15
I think the only way out of this mess is to accept Assad as leader, there is nobody to replace him.
#16
wow, all of sudden people care about the casualties in Syria? what happened to last five years. people with politically motivated empathy are just plane sickos

who funds and supplies isis? isis the mighty army that has more fronts than Hitler
#17
cowsindahouse
who funds and supplies isis?
Hilary Knows
#18
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We failed, we failed in Iraq, Libya, Afghanistan several times and we failed Palestine. why add another to the list our way of doing things doesn't work.

I agree with Putin to view all these people as mercenaries not to be trusted and to support the current government, Syria has been a prosperous place and one of the safest countries in the region under Assad and his family, better the devil you know then the one you dont, people might not like that but its the way it is isnt it better to see a few suffer over a short time then to see many more suffer over a longer period, the flourishing of ISIS in the power vacuums we have left and the fact we have armed such nutters as them and the taliban should be evidence enough.

What ever happens people are going to die.
banned#20
cowsindahouse
wow, all of sudden people care about the casualties in Syria? what happened to last five years. people with politically motivated empathy are just plane sickos
who funds and supplies isis? isis the mighty army that has more fronts than Hitler

I have no idea what posters are talking about.

Civilian casualties. A bit like Germany in WW2, the killing increased as time went by, but obviously not quick enough, some help was needed. Those figures will only show an increase from 2 places, the regime and Russia.


Edited By: cchopps on Oct 14, 2016 11:23
banned#21
Error440
We failed, we failed in Iraq, Libya, Afghanistan several times and we failed Palestine. why add another to the list our way of doing things doesn't work.

I agree with Putin to view all these people as mercenaries not to be trusted and to support the current government, Syria has been a prosperous place and one of the safest countries in the region under Assad and his family, better the devil you know then the one you dont, people might not like that but its the way it is isnt it better to see a few suffer over a short time then to see many more suffer over a longer period, the flourishing of ISIS in the power vacuums we have left and the fact we have armed such nutters as them and the taliban should be evidence enough.

What ever happens people are going to die.

So Putin killing civilians, gets your support. I'll remind you of that in the future.
#22
cchopps
Error440
We failed, we failed in Iraq, Libya, Afghanistan several times and we failed Palestine. why add another to the list our way of doing things doesn't work.
I agree with Putin to view all these people as mercenaries not to be trusted and to support the current government, Syria has been a prosperous place and one of the safest countries in the region under Assad and his family, better the devil you know then the one you dont, people might not like that but its the way it is isnt it better to see a few suffer over a short time then to see many more suffer over a longer period, the flourishing of ISIS in the power vacuums we have left and the fact we have armed such nutters as them and the taliban should be evidence enough.
What ever happens people are going to die.
So Putin killing civilians, gets your support. I'll remind you of that in the future.


If ultimately it leads to peace how is it any different to America dropping atomic bombs on japanese civilians in the name of ending the war quicker.
banned#23
Error440
cchopps
Error440
We failed, we failed in Iraq, Libya, Afghanistan several times and we failed Palestine. why add another to the list our way of doing things doesn't work.
I agree with Putin to view all these people as mercenaries not to be trusted and to support the current government, Syria has been a prosperous place and one of the safest countries in the region under Assad and his family, better the devil you know then the one you dont, people might not like that but its the way it is isnt it better to see a few suffer over a short time then to see many more suffer over a longer period, the flourishing of ISIS in the power vacuums we have left and the fact we have armed such nutters as them and the taliban should be evidence enough.
What ever happens people are going to die.
So Putin killing civilians, gets your support. I'll remind you of that in the future.
If ultimately it leads to peace how is it any different to America dropping atomic bombs on japanese civilians in the name of ending the war quicker.

Did you agree with US doing that?
#24
cchopps
Error440
cchopps
Error440
We failed, we failed in Iraq, Libya, Afghanistan several times and we failed Palestine. why add another to the list our way of doing things doesn't work.
I agree with Putin to view all these people as mercenaries not to be trusted and to support the current government, Syria has been a prosperous place and one of the safest countries in the region under Assad and his family, better the devil you know then the one you dont, people might not like that but its the way it is isnt it better to see a few suffer over a short time then to see many more suffer over a longer period, the flourishing of ISIS in the power vacuums we have left and the fact we have armed such nutters as them and the taliban should be evidence enough.
What ever happens people are going to die.
So Putin killing civilians, gets your support. I'll remind you of that in the future.
If ultimately it leads to peace how is it any different to America dropping atomic bombs on japanese civilians in the name of ending the war quicker.
Did you agree with US doing that?


Nope I dont think atomic bombs should ever be used, but such is the way of modern warfare.
banned#25
Error440
cchopps
Error440
cchopps
Error440
We failed, we failed in Iraq, Libya, Afghanistan several times and we failed Palestine. why add another to the list our way of doing things doesn't work.
I agree with Putin to view all these people as mercenaries not to be trusted and to support the current government, Syria has been a prosperous place and one of the safest countries in the region under Assad and his family, better the devil you know then the one you dont, people might not like that but its the way it is isnt it better to see a few suffer over a short time then to see many more suffer over a longer period, the flourishing of ISIS in the power vacuums we have left and the fact we have armed such nutters as them and the taliban should be evidence enough.
What ever happens people are going to die.
So Putin killing civilians, gets your support. I'll remind you of that in the future.
If ultimately it leads to peace how is it any different to America dropping atomic bombs on japanese civilians in the name of ending the war quicker.
Did you agree with US doing that?
Nope I dont think atomic bombs should ever be used, but such is the way of modern warfare.

Well that was fun.
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cchopps
Mermoo
cchopps
Mermoo
cchopps
brendanhickey
the uk/usa are supporting terrorist and Islamist. Syria has had sanctions placed on it for 5 years by the majority of the world. assad could not have held power if he didn't have the support of a large majority of is people. this would have been over years ago without the west interfering.
I was hoping we could discuss the plight of Aleppo. When a leader of a nation is prepared to drop bombs on his own people he doesn't need the support of anyone other than he's milatary. The only fault of UK/USA in the words of the mayor of Aleppo is 'where are you?'.
Realistically what can 'we' do? Bomb a load more 'targets', miss and kill loads of civilians... Get embroiled in another 'helping' war and end up angering the population of that country, which in turn propels people to attack us...?
I believe sorting out the aid and a long term ceasefire is the best we can do in a situation such as this. We are not the world's decision makers...
I don't think 'we' can do anything at this moment in time.
Russian intervention is different from US/UK intervention. I know a life is a life, and a bomb falling out of the sky with an eagle on it instead of a bear makes no odds when it wipes out your entire family. The issue here is the slaughter of a nation's people by the leader of that nation with the support of 'another'. There will be no stop the war coalition march in the streets of London over this, and I understand the argument that what's the point of that when that demonstration has zero chance of the Russians saying that they may have a point.
I suppose where I coming from is that we are about to witness what 'no response' looks like. I think it's our only choice now. Who can know what the reaction of Russia would be if the US/UK unilaterally declared a no fly zone over the area. I can't see a UN resolution being passed for that at the moment as I believe Russia would just veto it. Without sounding too dramatic it appears to me as if Russia is perfectly ready and willing for a confrontation with the US. The US is weak and it's a clear as bell that there is still the need for them to be strong. If push came to shove the US could annihilate Russia, but for the sake of the 'world peace' it seems that Syrians in Aleppo are going to be sacrificed.
Are you suggesting that Russian people are deemed more important than Syrians? Bombing Russia/Syria/Iraq/Afghanistan - it's all the same. At the end of the day innocent people die...
No that's not what I'm saying at all, I can't even fathom out how you could come to that conclusion in response to what I posted.

Sorry, I was taking your point about not doing anything and letting Russia do as it pleases, as opposed to conflict with Russia, which is what I thought you were suggesting as the solution. On re-reading you aren't proposing this, but what is the ideal solution...?
banned 1 Like #27
Mermoo
cchopps
Mermoo
cchopps
Mermoo
cchopps
brendanhickey
the uk/usa are supporting terrorist and Islamist. Syria has had sanctions placed on it for 5 years by the majority of the world. assad could not have held power if he didn't have the support of a large majority of is people. this would have been over years ago without the west interfering.
I was hoping we could discuss the plight of Aleppo. When a leader of a nation is prepared to drop bombs on his own people he doesn't need the support of anyone other than he's milatary. The only fault of UK/USA in the words of the mayor of Aleppo is 'where are you?'.
Realistically what can 'we' do? Bomb a load more 'targets', miss and kill loads of civilians... Get embroiled in another 'helping' war and end up angering the population of that country, which in turn propels people to attack us...?
I believe sorting out the aid and a long term ceasefire is the best we can do in a situation such as this. We are not the world's decision makers...
I don't think 'we' can do anything at this moment in time.
Russian intervention is different from US/UK intervention. I know a life is a life, and a bomb falling out of the sky with an eagle on it instead of a bear makes no odds when it wipes out your entire family. The issue here is the slaughter of a nation's people by the leader of that nation with the support of 'another'. There will be no stop the war coalition march in the streets of London over this, and I understand the argument that what's the point of that when that demonstration has zero chance of the Russians saying that they may have a point.
I suppose where I coming from is that we are about to witness what 'no response' looks like. I think it's our only choice now. Who can know what the reaction of Russia would be if the US/UK unilaterally declared a no fly zone over the area. I can't see a UN resolution being passed for that at the moment as I believe Russia would just veto it. Without sounding too dramatic it appears to me as if Russia is perfectly ready and willing for a confrontation with the US. The US is weak and it's a clear as bell that there is still the need for them to be strong. If push came to shove the US could annihilate Russia, but for the sake of the 'world peace' it seems that Syrians in Aleppo are going to be sacrificed.
Are you suggesting that Russian people are deemed more important than Syrians? Bombing Russia/Syria/Iraq/Afghanistan - it's all the same. At the end of the day innocent people die...
No that's not what I'm saying at all, I can't even fathom out how you could come to that conclusion in response to what I posted.
Sorry, I was taking your point about not doing anything and letting Russia do as it pleases, as opposed to conflict with Russia, which is what I thought you were suggesting as the solution. On re-reading you aren't proposing this, but what is the ideal solution...?

There doesn't seem to be an ideal solution. Assad is slaughtering his people at will. If the West intervene it's deemed as gas pipeline wishes, sticking our noses in where it's not wanted etc etc. When Russia intervenes it's a the request of a man who is orchestrating the slaughter of his people and that's considered different and somehow more righteous.

The mayor of Aleppo is begging for Western intervention. Personally I think unchecked, we are about to witness the slaughter of 10's of thousands of people in Eastern Aleppo.

Russia deals with situations very differently from the 'West'. You only need to look at how they brought the theatre siege and school siege to an end with the death of their own citizens.

People have select or even warped memories. The 'peaceful' Syrians occupied Lebanon for 29 years.

I don't have the answers, but as I said above, I believe we are on the verge of witnessing the mass slaughter of Syrians and it will make all that has gone before them over the last 5 years look quite tame.

I suppose the West could turn a blind eye and perhaps pull all of their reporters out of the area.

Will Syria return to how it was? Does that really look likely? it certainly doesn't look like a possibility to me.


Edited By: cchopps on Oct 14, 2016 16:08: Gram
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Russia has scuppered Saudi and American plans to get rid of Assad, install a puppet government and build an oil/gas pipeline straight through Syria! Obviously the mainstream media won't report this so they demonize Russia and Assad instead. Question is, does America and it's allies have the balls to take on Russia and attack Assad troops and/or try and impose a no fly zone? And why on earth are people OK with the west backing and supporting terrorists? Doesn't matter if the news calls them moderates. Well done Putin.
banned#29
Darkscience
Russia has scuppered Saudi and American plans to get rid of Assad, install a puppet government and build an oil/gas pipeline straight through Syria! Obviously the mainstream media won't report this so they demonize Russia and Assad instead. Question is, does America and it's allies have the balls to take on Russia and attack Assad troops and/or try and impose a no fly zone? And why on earth are people OK with the west backing and supporting terrorists? Doesn't matter if the news calls them moderates. Well done Putin.

And the fact that 95% of civilians killed in Syria have been killed by the Assad regime, how exactly does that fit into version of events you portray?

And just to dispel the popular myth.

The US would wipe the floor with Russia if it ever got to that situation. Russia is NOT the old Soviet Union when it comes to military power.

http://www.thetruthseeker.co.uk/wordpress/wp-content/uploads/2016/04/US-vs-Russia.jpg

Edited By: cchopps on Oct 14, 2016 17:25: Edit
#30
Darkscience
Russia has scuppered Saudi and American plans to get rid of Assad, install a puppet government and build an oil/gas pipeline straight through Syria! Obviously the mainstream media won't report this so they demonize Russia and Assad instead. Question is, does America and it's allies have the balls to take on Russia and attack Assad troops and/or try and impose a no fly zone? And why on earth are people OK with the west backing and supporting terrorists? Doesn't matter if the news calls them moderates. Well done Putin.

"install a puppet government and build an oil/gas pipeline straight through Syria"

Any evidence to support that claim?

"they demonize Russia and Assad instead"

So killing hundreds of thousands of civilians by gassing them and blowing them to pieces with barrel bombs doesn't sufficiently demonise Assad, Russia and Hezbollah/Iran as far as you're concerned.
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95% is a ridiculous myth with no proof at all, just mainstream puke being regurgitated, the real facts are that Western and Saudi backed terrorists have been halted in the toppling of Assad, Putin has played an absolute master stroke, America are terribly frustrated but have they got the balls to take on a real power like Russia? I don't think so.
banned 1 Like #32
Darkscience
95% is a ridiculous myth with no proof at all, just mainstream puke being regurgitated, the real facts are that Western and Saudi backed terrorists have been halted in the toppling of Assad, Putin has played an absolute master stroke, America are terribly frustrated but have they got the balls to take on a real power like Russia? I don't think so.

It worries me that you think this is a myth. A dangerous mind

Syrian network for Human rights info.

Edited By: cchopps on Oct 14, 2016 19:47
1 Like #33
Fred Smith
Darkscience
Russia has scuppered Saudi and American plans to get rid of Assad, install a puppet government and build an oil/gas pipeline straight through Syria! Obviously the mainstream media won't report this so they demonize Russia and Assad instead. Question is, does America and it's allies have the balls to take on Russia and attack Assad troops and/or try and impose a no fly zone? And why on earth are people OK with the west backing and supporting terrorists? Doesn't matter if the news calls them moderates. Well done Putin.

"install a puppet government and build an oil/gas pipeline straight through Syria"

Any evidence to support that claim?

"they demonize Russia and Assad instead"

So killing hundreds of thousands of civilians by gassing them and blowing them to pieces with barrel bombs doesn't sufficiently demonise Assad, Russia and Hezbollah/Iran as far as you're concerned.


where did you get the information from that Assad is using chemical weapons against his own people? where did you get the information from that Assad and Russia are barrel bombing innocent civilians? Yeah let me guess the mainstream media, the same liars who promoted war in Iraq and Afghanistan, if you think that the weapons of mass destruction lie was just a one off you are very much mistaken...spoonfed sheep will believe anything. And if you do your research you will find that both Saudi and Qatar want a pipeline running straight through Syria to the med.

Edited By: Darkscience on Oct 14, 2016 19:48: Misspelling
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cchopps
Darkscience
95% is a ridiculous myth with no proof at all, just mainstream puke being regurgitated, the real facts are that Western and Saudi backed terrorists have been halted in the toppling of Assad, Putin has played an absolute master stroke, America are terribly frustrated but have they got the balls to take on a real power like Russia? I don't think so.
It worries me that you think this is a myth. A dangerous mind

and people hate and fear ISIS :| SMH
#35
Everyone has used chemicals weapons anyone who claims otherwise is lying, prosperous anyone?
#36
What worries me is who is funding the Syrian network for human rights? Maybe the same corrupt people who fund amnesty international, these human rights groups are just tools made to sway public opinion, why wasn't Assad killing all his own people before the western/Saudi funded Arab spring 5 or so years ago? You people are to blind to see that what happened with Saddam in Iraq is blatantly being tried again, only this time is being done with western funded terrorists.
#37
Darkscience
What worries me is who is funding the Syrian network for human rights? Maybe the same corrupt people who fund amnesty international, these human rights groups are just tools made to sway public opinion, why wasn't Assad killing all his own people before the western/Saudi funded Arab spring 5 or so years ago? You people are to blind to see that what happened with Saddam in Iraq is blatantly being tried again, only this time is being done with western funded terrorists.


From my understanding syria got flooded with the detritus from our war on terror rubbish, a lesson for Germany, refugees/fighters took their problems with them
banned#38
Darkscience
What worries me is who is funding the Syrian network for human rights? Maybe the same corrupt people who fund amnesty international, these human rights groups are just tools made to sway public opinion, why wasn't Assad killing all his own people before the western/Saudi funded Arab spring 5 or so years ago? You people are to blind to see that what happened with Saddam in Iraq is blatantly being tried again, only this time is being done with western funded terrorists.

No need to be worried, this will give you an insight of who they are. Information

The above link changed for better info


Edited By: cchopps on Oct 14, 2016 20:16: Add
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Darkscience
What worries me is who is funding the Syrian network for human rights? Maybe the same corrupt people who fund amnesty international, these human rights groups are just tools made to sway public opinion, why wasn't Assad killing all his own people before the western/Saudi funded Arab spring 5 or so years ago? You people are to blind to see that what happened with Saddam in Iraq is blatantly being tried again, only this time is being done with western funded terrorists.


From my understanding syria got flooded with the detritus from our war on terror rubbish, a lesson for Germany, refugees/fighters took their problems with them


Absolutely, it also begs the question as to why European governments would let unchecked people into their countries by the thousands, many of these could well be Islamic terrorists, which would eventually lead to the horrific scenes that have been witnessed in France being carried out across Europe.
banned#40
Darkscience
What worries me is who is funding the Syrian network for human rights? Maybe the same corrupt people who fund amnesty international, these human rights groups are just tools made to sway public opinion, why wasn't Assad killing all his own people before the western/Saudi funded Arab spring 5 or so years ago? You people are to blind to see that what happened with Saddam in Iraq is blatantly being tried again, only this time is being done with western funded terrorists.

Which Assad was you referring to? Like father like son

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