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Knight Of Shadows

Syrian people Support Their President

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MichaelW

Th Syrian president is expected to resign later today in a speech.

Perhaps power will be handed over to another member of the Assad clan? Like it was last time?

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Knight Of Shadows

lol erix am putting bet on that he won't resign

want in ? :P

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Knight Of Shadows

a whole gang is annoyed by my way of telling the truth

and accuse me of stuff ... :w00t:

does it annoy you insanic .. mr forget alot

that we support our goverment .. i showed it

video and pics still some of those ignorant people

won't admit whe they're wrong

however i'll report further personal accusing

and go on with my topic :P

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dekker87

Perhaps power will be handed over to another member of the Assad clan? Like it was last time?

i've heard murmurings of trouble between Bashar and his brother.....bashar wants to liberalise things (relatively speaking) whereas his brother (i forget his name) wants to crack down harder on any protests..

Th Syrian president is expected to resign later today in a speech.

source Erix?

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Knight Of Shadows

words spread there will be march today for the speech of our beloved

president Mr. Bashar Alasad

i'll update when possiable and videos or pics

of this will be shown if they occure

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Karlis

Thread has been cleaned of recent personality conflict posts.

Please stay on topic.

Karlis -- moderator team member

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Knight Of Shadows

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the people makes another march of support for the president bashar

today on the 30th of March 2011

the protest started hours before the attempted speech my president bashar

and the speech was made soon after though loud cheering of people's council

" with spirit and blood for you bashar "

president replied " with spirit and blood for my syrians people "

mr.president heard the noise from the outside people chanting his name

saying " allah . syria . and only bashar "

he replied " allah . syria . and only my people " :wub:

i'll update the details of his speech soon

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Corp

http://edition.cnn.com/2011/WORLD/meast/03/30/syria.unrest/index.html?hpt=T1

Seems the state of emerency is going to remain in place. So much for that. Though Bashar has admited that the Syrian people are demanding reform, that there have been anti-government protests, and that not everyone in those protests are non-Syrians.

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Knight Of Shadows

no one ever said those protesters non-syrians

we were talking about the assults and chaos makers

you can read more back in the topic if you like

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Corp

Well Knight you have been painting a very rosy picture of the Syrian government and how all the people love Bashar (who honestly sounds more like a king than a president) so the fact that Bashar has openly admitted that his government has failed the Syrian people and there's a widespread call for reform to be note worthy.

Also Knight how to you feel about the state of emergency remaining in place when before Bashar promised to remove it?

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Knight Of Shadows

goverment did not fail

and who the hell said the emergency law is remaining ???!

another media lie ??!

lol .. not surprised

beside man it's WE who decide wheather we love him or he failed or not

... not you .. it's syrians call

and they have spoken through major marches .. you should be able to see

few pages back

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dekker87

this speech by Assad along with the show of support for him by his supporters is now being reported by all the major news outlets globally...which gives the lie to the nonsense being posted by various members of UM that there is some western media conspiracy to tell lies and stir up trouble in syria..i hope they are man enough to admit to their errors...

for my part i will accept i went a little over the top on assad...tho my criticisms of the syrian political 'system', the baath party and human rights remain but it does appear that Assad enjoys a degree of popular support...whether that support is misplaced and whether Assad has the character to stand up to his 'enemies' with the baath party remain to be seen....how things play out on friday after prayers is now even more interesting than before.

a few links here with some interesting points....

sky news:

My link

bbc news:

My link

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Knight Of Shadows

not anymore ...

ALL media now will strive to tell the truth

to regain the creibility they lost through this crisis

the rebuild the trust they lost by viewers by the bull they made

to remove the fact they paid for eyewitness for report

they paid for videos .. pics .. they paid to give false reports and call

i show the media hippocrecy .. of previous posts videos and pics

which wasn't shown by those media hippocrates

where were these supporters before today ?

why no supporters ever were viewed by media ?

when major marches happened previously which i showed

but were widely ignored

just the messanger of truth :innocent:

President bashar made few light jokes about the media in his speech :lol:

"saying that he double say not every thing is conpericy

coz the media will try to comment me claiming i said it's all conspericy "

:lol:

president bashar made strong point on the media war was going on

the situation and mentioned the " paid " eyewitnesses for them

mentioned the paid false reports :tu:

we :wub: bashar

Edited by Knight Of Shadows

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Corp

goverment did not fail

and who the hell said the emergency law is remaining ???!

another media lie ??!

lol .. not surprised

beside man it's WE who decide wheather we love him or he failed or not

... not you .. it's syrians call

and they have spoken through major marches .. you should be able to see

few pages back

CNN got their information from the speech Bashar gave. As did CBC, BBC, Chinese state news, and Al Jazeera. So if anyone is lying about the emergency law it seems to be Bashar.

Oh and those news sites are reporting on the protests in support of Bashar. They've been mentioned in the last few days. They're also still reporting that police and soldiers have been shooting at anti-government protesters.

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Uncle Sam

I stated a long time ago, that Syia was next. Didn't listen and now look what is happening. As I watch the uprisings in the middle east, all I am seeing is dominos falling with dictators' names on each of them.

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dekker87
"saying that he double say not every thing is conpericy

coz the media will try to comment me claiming i said it's all conspericy "

have you seen Drudge?

chk it out:

My link

:lol:

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The Silver Thong

President Bashar al-Assad signed the resignation today.

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Purplos
there was uprises but as the media would like to show it !

again .. if you wanna comment .. perhaps you should read the whole topic

coz you asked if people have the right to have another leader of course

they do ... but they want bashar .. haven't you seen the video or pics ?

Ha. I've read the whole thread. I did say way back in the beginning that I have seen video of government supporters on the news I watch. I've also seen protesters of your government on the news. I admit I have seen more pictures of protesters that supporters though.

Your above statements contradict each other. First you say there were uprisings, then you say people want Bashar... Well.. if there are uprisings, not everyone wants Bashar... doesn't that make sense?

And now he is resigning... why? Because most of the people wanted him to stay in power?

Very odd. Confusing almost to the point of being... well... unbelievable.

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Corp

President Bashar al-Assad signed the resignation today.

Where'd you hear that Silver?

EDIT: ah you mean the government resigning, not Bashar right?

Edited by Corp

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dekker87

Ha. I've read the whole thread. I did say way back in the beginning that I have seen video of government supporters on the news I watch. I've also seen protesters of your government on the news. I admit I have seen more pictures of protesters that supporters though.

Your above statements contradict each other. First you say there were uprisings, then you say people want Bashar... Well.. if there are uprisings, not everyone wants Bashar... doesn't that make sense?

And now he is resigning... why? Because most of the people wanted him to stay in power?

Very odd. Confusing almost to the point of being... well... unbelievable.

unless i've missed something i don't think he is resigning....his entire cabinet resigned but not the president.

First you say there were uprisings, then you say people want Bashar... Well.. if there are uprisings, not everyone wants Bashar... doesn't that make sense?

i think the nuance a lot of us have missed is that although the Syrian people are demanding change it doesn't appear that Assad is the main target a la Gaddafi or Mubarak...

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The Silver Thong

lol erix am putting bet on that he won't resign

want in ? :P

Sure how about an even $100 bucks :P

Edited by The Silver Thong

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The Silver Thong

Where'd you hear that Silver?

EDIT: ah you mean the government resigning, not Bashar right?

I have seen conflicting reports so I'm not to sure now.

http://www.allvoices.com/contributed-news/8621002-syrian-president-resigns

I may have jumped the gun but who knows.

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Corp

I have doubts about that since it would be huge news and none of the networks seem to be reporting this. Instead they're talking about how he's firm in his power and has a strong following. Don't see him just stepping down like that.

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The Silver Thong

I have doubts about that since it would be huge news and none of the networks seem to be reporting this. Instead they're talking about how he's firm in his power and has a strong following. Don't see him just stepping down like that.

Ya I may have jumped the gun. Damn now I'm out a $100 UM bucks.

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