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    Syria.

    Well looks like things are heating up a bit..



    http://theopsec.com/index.php/britis...-under-attack/
    Unconfirmed first reports from British, French
    and Turkish sources say British special operations forces
    crossed from Turkey into northern Syria Tuesday, June
    26, and advanced up to 10 kilometers inside the country.
    The same sources report heavy fighting around the
    Presidential Guards compound on the outskirts of
    Damascus.

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    Re: Syria.

    Team Britain - World Police!

    YEAH !!

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    Re: Syria.

    I think maybe el presidente Bashar al-Assad may be a bit concerned the Moussad could step in and blowhisass away any time now.....
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    Re: Syria.

    Well god help the ruling Alawite sect and the sizeable Christian minority if the Islamofascists take over there too.

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    Re: Syria.

    Did their chemical weapons come from Iraq?

    Are they WMD?

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    ^ Thats what a lot of people are starting to think.. If they do have
    them they may have got them from Iraq and it might prove that
    Iraq had a larger cache of WMD's than found.

    Recall how Saddam used them against a Kurdish village in the 80's ?

    As early as April 1987, the Iraqis used chemical weapons to remove Kurds from their villages in northern Iraq during the Anfal campaign. It is estimated that chemical weapons were used on approximately 40 Kurdish villages, with the largest of these attacks occurring on March 16, 1988 against the Kurdish town of Halabja.

    Beginning in the morning on March 16, 1988 and continuing all night, the Iraqis rained down volley after volley of bombs filled with a deadly mixture of mustard gas and nerve agents on Halabja. Immediate effects of the chemicals included blindness, vomiting, blisters, convulsions, and asphyxiation. Approximately 5,000 women, men, and children died within days of the attacks. Long-term effects included permanent blindness, cancer, and birth defects. An estimated 10,000 lived, but live daily with the disfigurement and sicknesses from the chemical weapons.
    Assad is just as deadly as Saddam was, but I agree that Christens
    in Syria will have a hell of a mess on their hands if the extremists
    take over. I guess thousands of people have fled to Turkey.

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    Re: Syria.

    Thomas Jefferson to John Page Fairfeilds Dec: 25. 1762.
    ... But the old-fellows say we must read to gain knowledge; and gain knowledge to make us happy and be admired. Mere jargon! Is there any such thing as happiness in this world? No: And as for admiration I am sure the man who powders most, parfumes most, embroiders most, and talks most nonsense, is most admired.


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    Re: Syria.

    Now this is interesting and confirms something Ive suspected. Just who is responsible for the deaths/killings in Syria

    http://pundita.blogspot.com/2012/08/...keting-of.html#

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    Jim, I agree with ya. Something seems mighty fishy about this
    whole mess. If we've learned anything, NEVER take a person
    from the Middle East for their word on face value. They are as
    snaky as Reptile Wine.


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    Re: Syria.

    Yeah. You know. Wed like to imagine the poor rebels are simply democracy seeking/freedom seeking folks and are being killed by an extremist regime.
    But we know better. I sense a lot of wag the dog stuff going on there where regular citizens are killed by religious zealots to make things appear far different than reality. Toss in lack of press coverage and here we are.

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    ^ False Flag.
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    ^ 4 more years of the now legendary Obama "When in doubt, send an apology over" Middle East policy and things outta be Rockin' right along over there.....by then, Iran should have several bombs at the ready....
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