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    Re: Should we go into Syria

    Quote Originally Posted by Coin View Post
    yes, and in 2 years with the support of CIA they couldn't bring the regime down
    because it was clearly enough by now that Syrian people does not want so.
    And since they can't beat this regime the way they've been trying 2 years now, let's go bomb them?!

    Syria is not Libya.
    Libya become so independent that made them feel like the GOD of the region. Even Russia started to dislike them.
    Syria is well supported by Russia and Iran.

    And an intervention without UN's mandate is way too stupid, because you break up the war rules and make everyone free will of shooting.
    France and Britain treat eastern countries like they are still their colonies.
    And USA should stop supporting their plans, because simple as hell, France and Britain are too stupid in foreign politics.
    They see the war as an entertainment. They bomb countries and than they let US alone to fix the mess.



    The main reason for bombing the hell out of Assad's military is not regime change.

    The USA is going to do this to show the world that the USA means what it says when it makes a threat.

    President Obama warned Syria that if it used chemical weapons against its people that there would be consequences. What is about to happen in Syria will be a taste of those consequences.

    If the first attacks don't get the job done there will likely be more until Assad gets the message.

    The USA will not be taking this on unilaterally, it will be supported by it's allies who agree that in the 21st century chemical wepons can't be used with impunity and that any country that uses them as Syria has done in this case must pay a heavy price.
    Last edited by shrubnose; 08-26-13 at 01:24 PM.

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    Re: Should we go into Syria

    Quote Originally Posted by Sherman123 View Post
    Western support has been extraordinarily limited.
    Yes but they are always the ones who always love to go in bombing huntings. France wanted to bomb Syria since 2 years ago.
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    Your characterization is also very odd for someone who lists their location as Albania...
    What's that supposed to mean?? Uhh ?!
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    Re: Should we go into Syria

    Quote Originally Posted by Coin View Post
    Yes but they are always the ones who always love to go in bombing huntings. France wanted to bomb Syria since 2 years ago.

    What's that supposed to mean?? Uhh ?!
    It means that Kosovar Albanians were hardly making great progress against the Serbian military until a US led NATO bombardment forced the Serbs to withdraw. Clearly they didn't really want to overthrow Serb authority it was foisted upon them by the US.

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    Re: Should we go into Syria

    Quote Originally Posted by DaveFagan View Post
    Those "amateur" rebels have been funded and armed by US Intelligence agencies. They are not some spontaneous freedom fighters. As a matter of fact, they seem to be Al Queda scumbags and assorted free lance breeders of violence and murder. You should know better than to even suggest we support these pusillanimous dirtbags.
    Are you actually claiming that the US Intelligence Agencies are knowingly supporting AQ??
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    Re: Should we go into Syria

    Quote Originally Posted by Sherman123 View Post
    It means that Kosovar Albanians were hardly making great progress against the Serbian military until a US led NATO bombardment forced the Serbs to withdraw. Clearly they didn't really want to overthrow Serb authority it was foisted upon them by the US.
    Like i said: Kosovo and Serbia were so different with Syria. Their difference is like black and white.
    Kosovo people were not rebels/terrorists who wanted to take power or change regime. They were citizens in their own lands. And Serbia wanted to put them out of their own lands. The cases are so different.
    Quote Originally Posted by shrubnose View Post
    The main reason for bombing the hell out of Assad's military is not regime change.
    The USA is going to do this to show the world that the USA means what it says when it makes a threat.
    No one knows yet who used the chemical weapons. And notice that rebels used twice during 2012 - 2013. No move was made on that time.
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    Re: Should we go into Syria

    Quote Originally Posted by Coin View Post
    Like i said: Kosovo and Serbia were so different with Syria. Their difference is like black and white.
    Kosovo people were not rebels/terrorists who wanted to take power or change regime. They were citizens in their own lands. And Serbia wanted to put them out of their own lands. The cases are so different.

    No one knows yet who used the chemical weapons. And notice that rebels used twice during 2012 - 2013. No move was made on that time.



    Maybe you don't know who used the chemical weapons but the USA and its allies have decided that it was Syria and they intend to make Syria pay a price for that mis-deed.

    I agree with this and I support what is about to happen. Evildoers must be punished.

    If you don't agree with this, well, no one is asking for your help.

    You can sit this one out, but it's going to happen whether you like it or not and there is nothing that you can do to stop it.

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    Re: Should we go into Syria

    Quote Originally Posted by shrubnose View Post
    Maybe you don't know who used the chemical weapons but the USA and its allies have decided that it was Syria and they intend to make Syria pay a price for that mis-deed.

    I agree with this and I support what is about to happen. Evildoers must be punished.

    If you don't agree with this, well, no one is asking for your help.

    You can sit this one out, but it's going to happen whether you like it or not and there is nothing that you can do to stop it.
    Jeez ...
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    Re: Should we go into Syria

    Quote Originally Posted by Coin View Post
    Like i said: Kosovo and Serbia were so different with Syria. Their difference is like black and white.
    Kosovo people were not rebels/terrorists who wanted to take power or change regime. They were citizens in their own lands. And Serbia wanted to put them out of their own lands. The cases are so different.

    No one knows yet who used the chemical weapons. And notice that rebels used twice during 2012 - 2013. No move was made on that time.
    The KLA could rather convincingly be painted as terrorists. There are differences between the two namely an independence movement as opposed to a revolutionary one, but they aren't nearly as different as you are protesting them to be. Moreover this was all aimed at your comment that essentially boiled down to "they haven't won yet which means the Syrian people support Assad" which not only is not a fair measurement it isn't particularly relevant.

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    Re: Should we go into Syria

    Quote Originally Posted by Caine View Post
    Im having a hard time understanding this....... Are you saying we SHOULD go into Syria?
    Our dear friend CP is a self-avowed neocon. He freely owns up to that title and for that I respect him. Have you EVER known a neocon to pass up an opportunity to start a good war?

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    Re: Should we go into Syria

    Quote Originally Posted by Coin View Post
    Jeez ...



    The USA and its allies are going to do what they are going to do with or without your support.

    Deal with it.

    They don't need your approval and I guarantee you that they will never even think of asking you for it.

    You are wasting your own time and others time here.

    What is going to happen in Syria is a done deal and you will not change it.
    Assad brought this on himself by his own outrageous actions - now he is going to pay a heavy price for what he did.

    If you don't think so, I advise you to wait (Not long.) and see.




    War is never a good thing.

    But there is such a thing as a just war.

    For example: When the USA and it's allies went to war against Japan and Germany in WWII, that was a just war.
    Last edited by shrubnose; 08-26-13 at 01:57 PM.

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