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Mr.United_Nations

Assad 'Planned Gas Attack Last Summer'

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Mr al Ayoubi, an ethnic Kurd who joined the Syrian diplomatic service in 2001, now intends to apply for political asylum in the UK on the grounds he could face persecution if he was to return to his home country.

and so it begins.... :rolleyes:

He said he and other Syrian activists had been left furious by the refusal by some MPs to vote in favour of British involvement in possible military action on Syria.

and already he has the damn nerve to criticise British Parliament...

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I am just so sick of wars, and killing, and hurt

maybe Im not a real human?

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I am just so sick of wars, and killing, and hurt

maybe Im not a real human?

Yes, you are. Hang on to that. Wars and rumours of wars will continue to come and go. I'm sick of it all, too.

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Someone get the rulebook on what levels of violence, and get the list of politically correct weapons, so we can know exactly what the US government would never resort to under any circumstances against its own people. Liberals always make statements of surrender that the federal government has all these big powerful weapons, and therefore trying to take over the country with rifles and shotguns is absurd, but what they're doing is accepting that the government would use those weapons to defend itself.

And then they trust everything to the government???! Govt wants to get into this? No problem. Govt wants to get into that? No problem! Govt wants to get into the other thing? No problem!! Central planning, what a great idea!

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There are so many different stories I've given up on believing any of them.

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There are so many different stories I've given up on believing any of them.

That's the whole point of disinformation. But it doesn't change morality. It just changes WHO or What one tries to change.
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That's the whole point of disinformation. But it doesn't change morality. It just changes WHO or What one tries to change.

Good point, and then.

The waters are definitely murky right now.

You can analyze both sides of the information-jousting match, but if they're both dishonest, there's no real gain.

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well look at it from this angle

who got the massive loads of chemcial weapons ?

who is struggling to end the revolution ?

who tried to invade the places after the chemcial were used on them and failed ?

who been attacking civilians in their homes with all sort of heavy weapons ?

who been accused and proved of commiting every crime against humanity in the book ?

once you get the answer which is logically : the syrian government

you'd also get the answer to who fired chemcials

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