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Our Armenian Orthodox Brothers are fighting with the FSA

Postby Paphitis » Thu Feb 18, 2016 12:00 pm

Yes that's right!

I hope Miltiades enjoys the slaughter and anihilation against these Armenian Terrorists!

http://aranews.net/2015/12/dozens-of-sy ... mbat-isis/

Turkmen, Yazidi, Kurds, Armenians and Sunnis in Aleppo, minus any Al Qaeda associated militias, are allies!
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Re: Our Armenian Orthodox Brothers are fighting with the FSA

Postby miltiades » Thu Feb 18, 2016 12:18 pm

Paphitis wrote:Yes that's right!

I hope Miltiades enjoys the slaughter and anihilation against these Armenian Terrorists!

http://aranews.net/2015/12/dozens-of-sy ... mbat-isis/

Turkmen, Yazidi, Kurds, Armenians and Sunnis in Aleppo, minus any Al Qaeda associated militias, are allies!

Rather old General, dont you think?
Events have moved ahead since December 2015.
"One reason the FSA finds itself in this perilous predicament is that, for all the talk of training camps and arms supplies, Western powers have failed to provide adequate support for their erstwhile allies. This abject failure in Western leadership will hardly lend encouragement to traditional allies such as Saudi Arabia, which says it is trying to assemble a 150,000-strong Muslim coalition to tackle Isil. "
http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/worldne ... Assad.html
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Re: Our Armenian Orthodox Brothers are fighting with the FSA

Postby Paphitis » Thu Feb 18, 2016 1:03 pm

miltiades wrote:
Paphitis wrote:Yes that's right!

I hope Miltiades enjoys the slaughter and anihilation against these Armenian Terrorists!

http://aranews.net/2015/12/dozens-of-sy ... mbat-isis/

Turkmen, Yazidi, Kurds, Armenians and Sunnis in Aleppo, minus any Al Qaeda associated militias, are allies!

Rather old General, dont you think?
Events have moved ahead since December 2015.
"One reason the FSA finds itself in this perilous predicament is that, for all the talk of training camps and arms supplies, Western powers have failed to provide adequate support for their erstwhile allies. This abject failure in Western leadership will hardly lend encouragement to traditional allies such as Saudi Arabia, which says it is trying to assemble a 150,000-strong Muslim coalition to tackle Isil. "
http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/worldne ... Assad.html


Really, they would have changed in 2 months.

What are you saying? That they are turncoats like you? They are going to fight with Assad and Hezbollah to lie in a Syria with zero rights.

I got news for you. The Armenians were represented by the SDF in Munich.
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Re: Our Armenian Orthodox Brothers are fighting with the FSA

Postby miltiades » Thu Feb 18, 2016 1:12 pm

Paphitis wrote:
miltiades wrote:
Paphitis wrote:Yes that's right!

I hope Miltiades enjoys the slaughter and anihilation against these Armenian Terrorists!

http://aranews.net/2015/12/dozens-of-sy ... mbat-isis/

Turkmen, Yazidi, Kurds, Armenians and Sunnis in Aleppo, minus any Al Qaeda associated militias, are allies!

Rather old General, dont you think?
Events have moved ahead since December 2015.
"One reason the FSA finds itself in this perilous predicament is that, for all the talk of training camps and arms supplies, Western powers have failed to provide adequate support for their erstwhile allies. This abject failure in Western leadership will hardly lend encouragement to traditional allies such as Saudi Arabia, which says it is trying to assemble a 150,000-strong Muslim coalition to tackle Isil. "
http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/worldne ... Assad.html


Really, they would have changed in 2 months.

What are you saying? That they are turncoats like you? They are going to fight with Assad and Hezbollah to lie in a Syria with zero rights.

I got news for you. The Armenians were represented by the SDF in Munich.

General, I merely quoted Australian media report!!
By the way who is ...turncoat ? Could it be you ? Way back in 2013 you clearly stated that it is better to support Assad!! Why the change ?
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Re: Our Armenian Orthodox Brothers are fighting with the FSA

Postby Paphitis » Thu Feb 18, 2016 1:29 pm

miltiades wrote:
Paphitis wrote:
miltiades wrote:
Paphitis wrote:Yes that's right!

I hope Miltiades enjoys the slaughter and anihilation against these Armenian Terrorists!

http://aranews.net/2015/12/dozens-of-sy ... mbat-isis/

Turkmen, Yazidi, Kurds, Armenians and Sunnis in Aleppo, minus any Al Qaeda associated militias, are allies!

Rather old General, dont you think?
Events have moved ahead since December 2015.
"One reason the FSA finds itself in this perilous predicament is that, for all the talk of training camps and arms supplies, Western powers have failed to provide adequate support for their erstwhile allies. This abject failure in Western leadership will hardly lend encouragement to traditional allies such as Saudi Arabia, which says it is trying to assemble a 150,000-strong Muslim coalition to tackle Isil. "
http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/worldne ... Assad.html


Really, they would have changed in 2 months.

What are you saying? That they are turncoats like you? They are going to fight with Assad and Hezbollah to lie in a Syria with zero rights.

I got news for you. The Armenians were represented by the SDF in Munich.

General, I merely quoted Australian media report!!
By the way who is ...turncoat ? Could it be you ? Way back in 2013 you clearly stated that it is better to support Assad!! Why the change ?


No I didn't! I merely said there has to be careful planning because we do not know what happens after Assad.

Now we don't care, because whatever happens after cant be as bad as the now!
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Re: Our Armenian Orthodox Brothers are fighting with the FSA

Postby miltiades » Thu Feb 18, 2016 1:39 pm

Paphitis wrote:
miltiades wrote:
Paphitis wrote:
miltiades wrote:
Paphitis wrote:Yes that's right!

I hope Miltiades enjoys the slaughter and anihilation against these Armenian Terrorists!

http://aranews.net/2015/12/dozens-of-sy ... mbat-isis/

Turkmen, Yazidi, Kurds, Armenians and Sunnis in Aleppo, minus any Al Qaeda associated militias, are allies!

Rather old General, dont you think?
Events have moved ahead since December 2015.
"One reason the FSA finds itself in this perilous predicament is that, for all the talk of training camps and arms supplies, Western powers have failed to provide adequate support for their erstwhile allies. This abject failure in Western leadership will hardly lend encouragement to traditional allies such as Saudi Arabia, which says it is trying to assemble a 150,000-strong Muslim coalition to tackle Isil. "
http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/worldne ... Assad.html


Really, they would have changed in 2 months.

What are you saying? That they are turncoats like you? They are going to fight with Assad and Hezbollah to lie in a Syria with zero rights.

I got news for you. The Armenians were represented by the SDF in Munich.

General, I merely quoted Australian media report!!
By the way who is ...turncoat ? Could it be you ? Way back in 2013 you clearly stated that it is better to support Assad!! Why the change ?


No I didn't! I merely said there has to be careful planning because we do not know what happens after Assad.

Now we don't care, because whatever happens after cant be as bad as the now!

Yes you bloody well did, here it is again, its on page 21.


"Another thing that confuses me is the fact that the Rebels are backed by fundamentalist Islamists. Sometimes, it is better in helping regimes like Assad, Qaddafi, and Mubarak maintain their power to keep everything under tight control and peaceful"
You stated very clearly that the rebels are backed by Islamists and that it is better to help regimes like Assad.
Now General, who is a turncoat!!
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Re: Our Armenian Orthodox Brothers are fighting with the FSA

Postby Paphitis » Thu Feb 18, 2016 1:45 pm

miltiades wrote:Yes you bloody well did, here it is again, its on page 21.


"Another thing that confuses me is the fact that the Rebels are backed by fundamentalist Islamists. Sometimes, it is better in helping regimes like Assad, Qaddafi, and Mubarak maintain their power to keep everything under tight control and peaceful"
You stated very clearly that the rebels are backed by Islamists and that it is better to help regimes like Assad.
Now General, who is a turncoat!!


No they are not! You are just a fool!

Al Qaeda groups are out and will be excluded from any peace deal. DAESH are also out.

That was a major condition for the coalition otherwise we would not support them.

Use you brain for once. SDF are secularist, otherwise they would not have thew support of Armenians and other Christians.
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Re: Our Armenian Orthodox Brothers are fighting with the FSA

Postby miltiades » Thu Feb 18, 2016 1:53 pm

You are therefore withdrawing your comments made in 2013.
By the way, I fully agreed with you then.
We all make errors of judgement, such as the grave error the west has made on Syria.
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Re: Our Armenian Orthodox Brothers are fighting with the FSA

Postby Paphitis » Thu Feb 18, 2016 2:37 pm

miltiades wrote:You are therefore withdrawing your comments made in 2013.
By the way, I fully agreed with you then.
We all make errors of judgement, such as the grave error the west has made on Syria.


No. My comments were no different to the general consensus within the current coalition countries.

Caution and care! We were not backing anyone in 2013. We didn't know where the FSA were coming from.

Lucky some countries are looking at things pragmatically and not just going in with all guns blazing. We only started to back the SDF in 2015, and we have successfully excluded ALL terrorists groups from our alliance.
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