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Could Syria civil war start a new cold war?


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#31    Yes_Man

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Posted 29 July 2012 - 08:04 PM

Libyan rebels are in Aleppo helping the rebels, so what's Iran guna do? stick to its word?


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Posted 29 July 2012 - 11:20 PM

View PostCoffey, on 29 July 2012 - 03:31 PM, said:

I think it reeks of BS.

The moment I heard on  an American news site "Syria has Chemical and biological WMD's".... I was like "Ah here we go again".... "Where are the ones from Iraq?"

I have a question.... Why does the US give Israel a load of money each year and why do we constantly have to help them? What do we get in return? Kinda confused by this and nobody seems to ask it?

In Israel they kill and torture civilians every single day.... Yet we throw money at them and are strong allies with them. But most other countries who kills and tortures civillians we go flying in there like "superheroes" or "freedom fighters"... lol
Straight up inaccurate.  And as NRN said, Syria has admitted to having chemical weapons.  All a country needs is precursor chemicals and a lab like one used for fertilizer/pesticide production.  Iran and NK as well as Saddam's Iraq were most likely the source of the precursors.  And not to stir up such a tired beaten up old subject but there were many convoys of heavy trucks traveling between Syria and Iraq prior to the 2003 invasion.  Some of Assad's actual weapons could conceivably be from Iraqi stocks.

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Posted 29 July 2012 - 11:31 PM

View PostKnight Of Shadows, on 29 July 2012 - 04:35 PM, said:

ohh really .. i bet you don't reliaze that if syria let qatar gas exported to europe
the russian gas will go downhill and no one will buy it no more
since qatar oil is less expensive to extract and more easy therefore cheaper
than russian gas therfore russian gas .. bye bye

am sure your goverments keeps telling you quada and stuff as excuse not to do their duty
toward a country that IS part of UN
the free army is orgarnized .. it's formed by the original army defects got experince
and few volunteers chosen carefully

and it's all about israel isn't ? the west all it cares about israel
well they better hope israel doesn't stick it's nose in our country to save this corrupted system

but like i said really .. and then we never really expected the west to help
they're punch of double standards countries who care about nothing but oil and greed .. or gas
we never really care if they help or not

in case you haven't noticed we are fighting russia , china , iran , hezboallah , syrian army , iraqis shiites mercenries
and the west as it keeps covering up for the regim despite the loud statements .. no action
however in any case we don't care about the west
even if the whole world decided to fight us and stand on the system side
we're gonna take our freedom with a boot on all of their noses
No, I didn't know about the natural gas issue from Qatar.  But that really doesn't help the US - maybe Europe but somehow I doubt they would "rock the boat" with Russia unless the gas was very much less expensive.  You have to face facts.... the west attacking in Syria is a lose lose for the west.  Unless Turkey and maybe the Arab League were willing to actually put in troops an air campaign wouldn't help so much.  And Assad looks to be going down even as it is now.  It just will probably take quite a bit longer and many more dead, unfortunately.

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Posted 30 July 2012 - 09:10 AM

View Postand then, on 29 July 2012 - 11:20 PM, said:

Straight up inaccurate.  And as NRN said, Syria has admitted to having chemical weapons.  All a country needs is precursor chemicals and a lab like one used for fertilizer/pesticide production.  Iran and NK as well as Saddam's Iraq were most likely the source of the precursors.  And not to stir up such a tired beaten up old subject but there were many convoys of heavy trucks traveling between Syria and Iraq prior to the 2003 invasion.  Some of Assad's actual weapons could conceivably be from Iraqi stocks.


How is it inaccurate? I've seen it happening, I've seen people going over there to help them. I've seen the videos of these streets where civilians are being terrorised by the Isreali Military.

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Posted 30 July 2012 - 09:48 AM

View PostCoffey, on 30 July 2012 - 09:10 AM, said:

How is it inaccurate? I've seen it happening, I've seen people going over there to help them. I've seen the videos of these streets where civilians are being terrorised by the Isreali Military.
I just mean that you exaggerated.  No civilians are being tortured and killed "daily"  Kept down with a boot on their necks, yes.  But that's partly justified by the killings during the last intifada.  Don't want to start an argument - just pointing out that there are TWO SIDES to this problem and the Israelis are NOT Satan incarnate like the world portrays them.  They have the land and aren't going anywhere but the Palestinians keep dreaming of pushing them into the sea.  It could be settled - but it won't be.  Not until one side or the other is destroyed.

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Posted 30 July 2012 - 10:26 AM

Reports saying that there is large concentration of naval ships from China, Russia, USA and Turkey in the East Med.


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Posted 30 July 2012 - 10:30 AM

View PostThe New Richard Nixon, on 30 July 2012 - 10:26 AM, said:

Reports saying that there is large concentration of naval ships from China, Russia, USA and Turkey in the East Med.
I hope they all play nice and act professionally.  Mistakes and accidents are dangerous in such a situation.

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Posted 30 July 2012 - 11:37 AM

View Postand then, on 30 July 2012 - 09:48 AM, said:

I just mean that you exaggerated.  No civilians are being tortured and killed "daily"  Kept down with a boot on their necks, yes.  But that's partly justified by the killings during the last intifada.  Don't want to start an argument - just pointing out that there are TWO SIDES to this problem and the Israelis are NOT Satan incarnate like the world portrays them.  They have the land and aren't going anywhere but the Palestinians keep dreaming of pushing them into the sea.  It could be settled - but it won't be.  Not until one side or the other is destroyed.

Didn't say that at all.

I said that I don't understand why the US pays so much to Isreal when Isreal treats is people like other countries do that we have invaded supposedly for that reason.

I've seen the videos of the civilians having military come into their houses and beat them. They harrass civilians and torture them.

View PostThe New Richard Nixon, on 30 July 2012 - 10:26 AM, said:

Reports saying that there is large concentration of naval ships from China, Russia, USA and Turkey in the East Med.

What are the reasons for them being there exactly? That's what I don't understand. You can jsut send a Naval fleet into an area with no explanation? Is it being called a "naval exercise" by all sides? lol

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Posted 30 July 2012 - 12:40 PM

View Postand then, on 30 July 2012 - 09:48 AM, said:

I just mean that you exaggerated.  No civilians are being tortured and killed "daily"  Kept down with a boot on their necks, yes.  But that's partly justified by the killings during the last intifada.  Don't want to start an argument - just pointing out that there are TWO SIDES to this problem and the Israelis are NOT Satan incarnate like the world portrays them.  They have the land and aren't going anywhere but the Palestinians keep dreaming of pushing them into the sea.  It could be settled - but it won't be.  Not until one side or the other is destroyed.

The Palestinians were alarmed and disturbed by Jewish immigrants into their land.

"They treat Arabs with hostility and cruelty, unscrupulously deprive them of their rights, insult them without cause, and even boast of such deeds; and none opposes this despicable and dangerous inclination." Ahad Aham, 1891

"This Western purblindness is itself a hallmark of the Palestinian problem. The Palestinians are not the first and probably not be the last to be dispossessed and banished; but so far they are, perhaps, in the unique position where not only is their Catastrophe ruled out of the Western Court as being irrelevent to their reactions against its perpetrators, but where these very reactions are held to incriminate them". - Walid al-Khalidi, Palestinian historian.

"We are a people. There was no such thing as a Palestinian people. It is not as though there was a Palestinian people and we came and threw them out and took their country away from them. They did not exist." Golda Meir, former Prime Minister of Israel

"I define the Jewish national home to mean the creation of an administration which would arise out of the natural condition of the country - always safeguarding the interests of the non-Jews of the country - with the hope that by Jewish immigration, Palestine would ultimately become as Jewish as England is English."

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"In Palestine we do not propose even to go through the form of consulting the wishes of the present inhabitants of the country... the four Great Powers are committed to Zionism. And Zionism, be it right or wrong, good or bad, is rooted in age-long traditions, in present needs, in future hopes, of far profounder import than the desires and prejudices of the seven hundred thousand Arabs who now inhabit that ancient land... So far as Palestine is concerned, the Powers have made no statement of fact which is not admittedly wrong, and no declaration of policy which at least in the letter, they have not always intended to violate." Lord Balfour, 1919

There are orthodox Jews that believe Zionism is a blasphemy, a violation of the Word of God, who would - in His own time - lead the Jews back to the 'promised land'.

"The cause of unrest in Palestine, and the only cause, arises from the Zionist movement and our promises and pledges to it." - Winston Churchill

"There can only be one National Home in Palestine, and that a Jewish one, and no equality in the partnership between Jews and Arabs, but a Jewish predominance as soon as the numbers of that race are sufficiently increased." Dr. Elder, the acting chairman of the Zionist Commission, speaking before a British Commission of Enquiry in 1921

"To defend the fact that I couldn not accept Arabs in my trade union, the Histradruth; to defend preaching to housewives that they not buy at Arab stores; to defend the fact that we stood guard at orchards to prevent Arab workers from getting jobs there... to pour kerosene on Arab tomatoes; to attack Jewish housewives in the markets and smash the Arab eggs they had bought..." - David Ben Gurion, leader of the Histradruth

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"The Fund strove to avoid the isolation of villages, as this was liable to impair the secure and smooth progress... endeavors were made to create blocks of settlements, a sort of skeleton of Jewish districts... which bore a military value, either because they overlooked centres of Jewish activity already operated or likely to be so in the future or the occupation of which provided control over communications..."

"In the decade preceding the establishment of the state, the decisive stage in the struggle for the future state, a number of land operations were carried out which were of supreme consequence in the Jewish war of independence... When the great day arrived, and the United Nations decided to establish a Jewish state, those who were responsible for defining its boundaries were compelled to include the lands bought by the Jews, together with the settlements thereon. The frontiers of the new state which march in so curiously a winding fashion were largely determined by the success of the Jews in creating faits accomplis."
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Posted 30 July 2012 - 01:29 PM

Can we keep Palestine/Israel debate in another topic? we all know those debates can be heated at times when members talk about that.


@Coffey maybe they are massive sea rave or just a huge stand off lol.


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Posted 30 July 2012 - 05:21 PM

View PostThe New Richard Nixon, on 30 July 2012 - 01:29 PM, said:

Can we keep Palestine/Israel debate in another topic? we all know those debates can be heated at times when members talk about that.


@Coffey maybe they are massive sea rave or just a huge stand off lol.


Hahahaha I love the picture that paints in my head. Loads of UV lights all over the ships with laser shows and huge speakers being carried by Navy helicopters. lol (only if that was how it really was)


They should settle war with dance off's and stuff. lol

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Posted 30 July 2012 - 06:37 PM

NRN I think the Russians are there to show the flag and retrieve their people if the war gets worse.  Putin seems interested in flexing his muscle but I don't think he would intentionally start a conflict that could quickly escalate out of control by anyone.  It's the accidents and mistakes when so many vessels are so close that is troubling.

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Posted 31 July 2012 - 02:11 AM

View Postwittyusernamefailed, on 29 July 2012 - 06:56 PM, said:

Kos, I don't think you understand the vast amount of destruction the west (be it Nato, or w/e) would need to wreak upon Assad to even create a no fly zone. All air defenses need to be destroyed, as well as arms depots, or CC stations. Very rapidly it becomes just another western expedition into yet another mideast country that will welcome us for about 3 weeks before the suicide attacks happen. And we don;t need that ****. Our economy is in the tank, we have tons of issues, and your country really has little use besides a pawn piece in our little chessgame with Iran. I know I'm coming across harsh, and I apologize for the tone, but there is no way that the west can help without it causing us more issues and Syria isn't worth it.
no need for apology i'd rather hear some one admit a harsh truth than to make a sweet nice lie
this is what i been trying to say .. for the west syria is not worth it
not that we need western help anyway
however i'd be angry .. more than angry actually pissed off just as all of my people will
if the west interfer after the fall of system
they won't interfer to save people but after we won they will interfer and invade
hope they don't coz if they do it's going to be a long war for us
coz we won't accept their interfernce after ward an interference soaked in our blood

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Posted 31 July 2012 - 03:04 AM

View PostKnight Of Shadows, on 31 July 2012 - 02:11 AM, said:

no need for apology i'd rather hear some one admit a harsh truth than to make a sweet nice lie
this is what i been trying to say .. for the west syria is not worth it
not that we need western help anyway
however i'd be angry .. more than angry actually pissed off just as all of my people will
if the west interfer after the fall of system
they won't interfer to save people but after we won they will interfer and invade
hope they don't coz if they do it's going to be a long war for us
coz we won't accept their interfernce after ward an interference soaked in our blood
I don't think you'll have to worry about that - except in the case of securing the chem/bio stocks.  It would be a shame, I agree, for the rebels to rid the country of Assad and his thugs only to be attacked for not securing the WMD's.  The world simply cannot have that stuff floating around unsecured.  Air strikes would just leave multiple toxic waste sites in Syria and troops on the ground to actually secure and account for the inventories will lead to combat between the rebels and the West.  Or the rebels could do the smart thing and deal so that the security of the WMD's is assured.

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Posted 31 July 2012 - 03:35 AM

View Postand then, on 31 July 2012 - 03:04 AM, said:

I don't think you'll have to worry about that - except in the case of securing the chem/bio stocks.  It would be a shame, I agree, for the rebels to rid the country of Assad and his thugs only to be attacked for not securing the WMD's.  The world simply cannot have that stuff floating around unsecured.  Air strikes would just leave multiple toxic waste sites in Syria and troops on the ground to actually secure and account for the inventories will lead to combat between the rebels and the West.  Or the rebels could do the smart thing and deal so that the security of the WMD's is assured.
ohh please this WMD will be the excuse for attacking us for sure ..
and based on your opinion western people will completely accept it
and let's face is the west or usa are not the most honest nations ever they been know for dirty schems

however am very pleased that the events in my country have shown the world's power nations real face
which is .. ugly , hideious . and disgusting faces on display for all to see
as they are willing to let many die but when it comes to aftermath they are willing to fight like rapid dogs

still i think should they attack they will get a good come back from the rebels
we won't let our self defense weapons be stolen by greedy nations
who only stood by watching us die and done nothing but talk
we fought a tyrannt for two years from bare hand to small arms to big arms
and few on numbers and we will manage to win

i can't see why we won't manage to win over the westerns forces afterwards " should the decide to attack " too
how on earth they ask us not to dislike the west .. i have no idea :D

Edited by Knight Of Shadows, 31 July 2012 - 03:36 AM.

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