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My take on Syria

 
DoomingItUp

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02/07/2012 03:19 PM

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My take on Syria
I just wanted to get some opinions on Syria, see if anyone agrees with me.

The way I see it, and in very basic terms, there is an armed opposition to Assad and his regime, and they are trying to knock him out of power. Assad and his military are fighting back against this opposition and innocent people are being "caught in the crossfire". While it's terrible that all these people are dying, why should another country get to come in and say, "well you have an opposition trying to remove you from power, so stop fighting back, step down and hold elections"


Now, lets say that just as a crazy example, the "Occupy movement" here in the U.S. became an armed opposition force and began to fight against our military to gain control of our country. Do you think our military wouldn't fight back? These people would be crushed, and you can't be sure that civilians would be 100% safe. And then lets say Russia came in and said, "ok Obama, you need to stop fighting back against your own people, step down and hold new elections"

How is it any different? I hate to see innocent people being killed, but how would sending in our military (or UN forces) solve any problems? Wouldn't it just lead to more bloodshed?
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02/07/2012 03:21 PM
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Re: My take on Syria
Looks like you remembered to take you stupid pills today.

Syria is a Soros type overthrow operation.
DoomingItUp (OP)

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02/07/2012 03:23 PM

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Re: My take on Syria
Oh yeah I take them a few times a day. Don't want to let the stupid wear off and let any smarts get in.

whatever
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02/07/2012 03:26 PM
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Re: My take on Syria
Hush, don't use your logic, be hysteric and believe everything MSM show us.
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02/07/2012 03:28 PM
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Oh yeah I take them a few times a day. Don't want to let the stupid wear off and let any smarts get in.

whatever
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^THIS^
American Poet

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02/07/2012 03:29 PM
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Re: My take on Syria
The people of Syria started by protesting for reform, peacefully.

That effort was met with gunfire.

I ask YOU, if your government started shooting, what would you do?
*Insert noble phrase here*
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02/07/2012 03:30 PM
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Re: My take on Syria
You mean the soros paid agents started protesting.
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02/07/2012 03:32 PM
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Re: My take on Syria
The people of Syria started by protesting for reform, peacefully.

That effort was met with gunfire.

I ask YOU, if your government started shooting, what would you do?
 Quoting: American Poet


LOL where do you get your information from?

since when do 20,000 people revolting equal a president stepping down?

this country is fucked on many levels, and the poison that's fed to its people every day by its "news" agencies is even more fucked up
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DoomingItUp (OP)

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02/07/2012 03:34 PM

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Re: My take on Syria
The people of Syria started by protesting for reform, peacefully.

That effort was met with gunfire.

I ask YOU, if your government started shooting, what would you do?
 Quoting: American Poet


Ok, fine, if my government started shooting, I'd start shooting back, just as they did. What's wrong with that? Let them fight it out. It's really not the business of the whole world.
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02/07/2012 03:37 PM
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Re: My take on Syria
The people of Syria started by protesting for reform, peacefully.

That effort was met with gunfire.

I ask YOU, if your government started shooting, what would you do?
 Quoting: American Poet


no No NO NO!. For Fuck Sake No! Same bullshit happened in Libya, again almost everyone fall into trap and believe it and now in Syria, everyone still believes MSM. You really that idiot to think Asad ordered to fire on protesters ? He already said he never did that nor soldiers fired on any of the protesters when events first begin!
What you see on TV just lies fed up to you by MSM. Ever think about opposite way ? Think about this :
"Protesters protesting peacefully on Syria streets and a dozen armed agents from other country blend into crowd and start firing to security officers which stays there and watch the crowd just in case of extreme events, they panic and shoot back, but nobody talks about what started it, all MSM shows : " Asad's army firing on protesters " and rest is a few thousand terrorist imported from outside and ruin the country and try to take civilians to their side by spreading lies and false flag operations. "

But no, never think about other possibilities, always believe what MSM says you ! friggin sheeps.
DoomingItUp (OP)

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02/07/2012 03:51 PM

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Re: My take on Syria
bump
American Poet

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Re: My take on Syria
The people of Syria started by protesting for reform, peacefully.

That effort was met with gunfire.

I ask YOU, if your government started shooting, what would you do?
 Quoting: American Poet


Ok, fine, if my government started shooting, I'd start shooting back, just as they did. What's wrong with that? Let them fight it out. It's really not the business of the whole world.
 Quoting: DoomingItUp




I agree with you OP that it is none of our business. We are not world policeman or human rights protector - especially when when we cant even abide by our own constitution. We never should have been involved in Libya for certain. Funny how NATO acted in Libya under the "threat" of what might have happened and here in Syria, it is happening on a massive scale and nobody does anything. I guess oil is more important to secure, so much so that they will even let Libya's weapons just disappear.


To those out there that say it isn't happening, well, deny what is happening here in America too. Maybe it will just go away...
*Insert noble phrase here*
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02/07/2012 04:07 PM
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Re: My take on Syria
You're right, we should stay out of it as we should have done with Libya and Egypt.
Dwayne
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02/07/2012 04:16 PM
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Re: My take on Syria
Is it cos there are no free elections over there thats why we are justified in helping the rebels, we assume 99% of the population wants regime change.

There has been reports of the U.S financially supporting rebel groups.

I don't know what to think, i am thinking Assad is killing lots of innocent people.

His father wiped out an entire town/city when there was a revolt against him. (Many thousands)

I'm inclined to think some sort of regime change would be good(unlike libya).

The main thing that i don't know is : Who actually runs the country, the british public school educated trained dentist Assad or the Mullahs, that may be key, i can't tell, anyone?
DoomingItUp (OP)

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02/07/2012 04:22 PM

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Re: My take on Syria
The so called "free elections" in this country are laughable.
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02/07/2012 04:26 PM
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Re: My take on Syria
The so called "free elections" in this country are laughable.
 Quoting: DoomingItUp


Thats what i thought, so its easy to think the people would like change, and have a choice.
DoomingItUp (OP)

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02/07/2012 04:29 PM

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The so called "free elections" in this country are laughable.
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Thats what i thought, so its easy to think the people would like change, and have a choice.
 Quoting: Dwayne 1192060


I agree it's easy to think that the Syrians would like to have a choice, but they need to fight for it, just like we did so long ago. It's not our battle.
Dwayne
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02/07/2012 04:36 PM
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The so called "free elections" in this country are laughable.
 Quoting: DoomingItUp


Thats what i thought, so its easy to think the people would like change, and have a choice.
 Quoting: Dwayne 1192060


I agree it's easy to think that the Syrians would like to have a choice, but they need to fight for it, just like we did so long ago. It's not our battle.
 Quoting: DoomingItUp


Its easy to say its not our battle, the probability is we sold the regime the weapons that are now killing innocents.

If they do all want regime change and a free democracy is it not the duty of every free citizen worldwide to help our fellow humans who are being oppressed.

Without them having free elections we can't know what they all want, that ain't gonna happen and if it did we wouldn't need to help.

Its a real mess, dammed if we do and dammed if we don't!!!
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Re: My take on Syria
I just wanted to get some opinions on Syria, see if anyone agrees with me.

The way I see it, and in very basic terms, there is an armed opposition to Assad and his regime, and they are trying to knock him out of power. Assad and his military are fighting back against this opposition and innocent people are being "caught in the crossfire". While it's terrible that all these people are dying, why should another country get to come in and say, "well you have an opposition trying to remove you from power, so stop fighting back, step down and hold elections"


Now, lets say that just as a crazy example, the "Occupy movement" here in the U.S. became an armed opposition force and began to fight against our military to gain control of our country. Do you think our military wouldn't fight back? These people would be crushed, and you can't be sure that civilians would be 100% safe. And then lets say Russia came in and said, "ok Obama, you need to stop fighting back against your own people, step down and hold new elections"

How is it any different? I hate to see innocent people being killed, but how would sending in our military (or UN forces) solve any problems? Wouldn't it just lead to more bloodshed?
 Quoting: DoomingItUp


Sorry OP, but the war-mongering shills won't dare to come into this thread. They're scared you'll rip them several new assholes lol
DoomingItUp (OP)

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02/07/2012 05:18 PM

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Re: My take on Syria
I just wanted to get some opinions on Syria, see if anyone agrees with me.

The way I see it, and in very basic terms, there is an armed opposition to Assad and his regime, and they are trying to knock him out of power. Assad and his military are fighting back against this opposition and innocent people are being "caught in the crossfire". While it's terrible that all these people are dying, why should another country get to come in and say, "well you have an opposition trying to remove you from power, so stop fighting back, step down and hold elections"


Now, lets say that just as a crazy example, the "Occupy movement" here in the U.S. became an armed opposition force and began to fight against our military to gain control of our country. Do you think our military wouldn't fight back? These people would be crushed, and you can't be sure that civilians would be 100% safe. And then lets say Russia came in and said, "ok Obama, you need to stop fighting back against your own people, step down and hold new elections"

How is it any different? I hate to see innocent people being killed, but how would sending in our military (or UN forces) solve any problems? Wouldn't it just lead to more bloodshed?
 Quoting: DoomingItUp


Sorry OP, but the war-mongering shills won't dare to come into this thread. They're scared you'll rip them several new assholes lol
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I tend to agree, but bump just in case they want to chime in.

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