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Re: Australian Super Hornets "mistakenly" bomb Syrian Troops

Postby Paphitis » Mon Sep 19, 2016 4:15 pm

I hope you guys understand that the coalition will always get their man. It may be in 2, 3, 5 or even 10 years from now but Assad will eventually front a War Crimes Tribunal in The Hague much like Milosevic before him. Just remember, he is a wanted criminal and the chooks will eventually come home to roost.

No more travel out of Syria for him not even to visit Cyprus because our intelligence will be waiting!

No more shopping at Harrods either.
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Re: Australian Super Hornets "mistakenly" bomb Syrian Troops

Postby Paphitis » Mon Sep 19, 2016 4:21 pm

Robin Hood wrote:The US/coalition forces may have difficulty in coordinating with the Syrians/Russians but there are apparently no such problems in coordinating with ISIS and Al-Qaida ......... or is this just another one of those little unexplained coincidences?

62 Syrian Troops Killed in US-led Attack

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US Alliance Aircrafts Attacks Syrian Army Position in Deir Ezzor, Israeli enemy targets position in Quneitra


http://www.informationclearinghouse.info/article45496.htm


p.s. 14.40: If the Yanks give the Aussies HARM then I am sure the Israeli's have it as well. They lost two aircraft and a drone apparently. I think you'd better think it out again! :lol:


Nothing is what it seems in war. The first victim is the truth.

We are fighting ISIL on our terms but our priorities now has to be assisting civilians in Aleppo as much as we can by trying to get the aid trucks through and stopping further criminal Chemical Attacks.

ISIL is secondary now. We have them on the ropes and that is mostly due to the coalition.

As for coordinating with the Syrians, would you coordinate with war criminals?
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Re: Australian Super Hornets "mistakenly" bomb Syrian Troops

Postby Maximus » Mon Sep 19, 2016 7:23 pm

Paphitis is back.....Hello!

The British airforce admits involvement with the airstrikes too. An MoD spokesman claims that it was an accident and they would not deliberately target Syrian Government forces. Of course not, they would probably get Daesh and the rebels to do it.

Wasn't there supposed to be a ceasefire anyway?
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Re: Australian Super Hornets "mistakenly" bomb Syrian Troops

Postby Robin Hood » Mon Sep 19, 2016 7:31 pm

Maximus wrote:Paphitis is back.....

The British airforce admits involvement with the airstrikes too. An MoD spokesman claims that it was an accident and they would not deliberately tarket Syrian Government forces.

Wasn't there supposed to be a ceasefire?


According to Paphitis, the RAAF got the coordinates wrong and the US/NATO bombed the wrong target .... if you can believe that the Aussies are that incompetent? Or maybe they deliberately got it wrong by accident. So its the Aussies fault. :roll:
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Re: Australian Super Hornets "mistakenly" bomb Syrian Troops

Postby Maximus » Mon Sep 19, 2016 7:36 pm

Paphitis wrote:I hope you guys understand that the coalition will always get their man. It may be in 2, 3, 5 or even 10 years from now but Assad will eventually front a War Crimes Tribunal in The Hague much like Milosevic before him. Just remember, he is a wanted criminal and the chooks will eventually come home to roost.

No more travel out of Syria for him not even to visit Cyprus because our intelligence will be waiting!

No more shopping at Harrods either.


All these war crimes from Assad you see, hear and read about is one big lie.

Getting gas pipelines from Qatar through Syria at any human cost so that Erdogan can become an energy hub is what this is really all about.
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Re: Australian Super Hornets "mistakenly" bomb Syrian Troops

Postby Maximus » Mon Sep 19, 2016 7:42 pm

Robin Hood wrote:
Maximus wrote:Paphitis is back.....

The British airforce admits involvement with the airstrikes too. An MoD spokesman claims that it was an accident and they would not deliberately tarket Syrian Government forces.

Wasn't there supposed to be a ceasefire?


According to Paphitis, the RAAF got the coordinates wrong and the US/NATO bombed the wrong target .... if you can believe that the Aussies are that incompetent? Or maybe they deliberately got it wrong by accident. So its the Aussies fault. :roll:
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They are kind of upside down aren't they?

The coordinates were so wrong it was a miracle that they were spot on. They were miraculously sh!t and broke the ceasefire . Are they going to the Hague Paphitis?
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Re: Australian Super Hornets "mistakenly" bomb Syrian Troops

Postby Maximus » Mon Sep 19, 2016 8:01 pm

Its one big Circus. One despicable spectacle of humanity.

The EU embargoes Russia and needs an alternative energy supplier. so they go to Erdogan, who will buy it off Putin and sell it to the donkeys of Europe while flooding them with refugees from the "accidents" made in Syria. The sh!t they are creating is incomprehensible to the average person.

They just feed them with lies about how great human specimens they are and that they are fighting a worthwile cause for Syria's human rights. But Hypocretin as they blunder along, creating one miraculous accidental disaster after another, worldwide.

The mugs wouldn't believe it.
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Re: Australian Super Hornets "mistakenly" bomb Syrian Troops

Postby Paphitis » Tue Sep 20, 2016 2:39 am

Maximus wrote:Paphitis is back.....Hello!

The British airforce admits involvement with the airstrikes too. An MoD spokesman claims that it was an accident and they would not deliberately target Syrian Government forces. Of course not, they would probably get Daesh and the rebels to do it.

Wasn't there supposed to be a ceasefire anyway?


The French were involved too apparently.

Yes for sure! Believe it was deliberate hopefully and do something about it. There is only one way and that is a direct confrontation. Surely Assad/Pootin want some revenge! :mrgreen:
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Re: Australian Super Hornets "mistakenly" bomb Syrian Troops

Postby Paphitis » Tue Sep 20, 2016 2:41 am

Maximus wrote:Its one big Circus. One despicable spectacle of humanity.

The EU embargoes Russia and needs an alternative energy supplier. so they go to Erdogan, who will buy it off Putin and sell it to the donkeys of Europe while flooding them with refugees from the "accidents" made in Syria. The sh!t they are creating is incomprehensible to the average person.

They just feed them with lies about how great human specimens they are and that they are fighting a worthwile cause for Syria's human rights. But Hypocretin as they blunder along, creating one miraculous accidental disaster after another, worldwide.

The mugs wouldn't believe it.


What's incomprehensible are the Chemical Attacks on Syrian people. What kind of "leader" does this and expect to remain in power?

Assad bought this all upon himself. And he has just marginalized Syria for eternity because the embargoes will never be abolished until he faces justice. Only a matter of time before he falls in our lap.
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Re: Australian Super Hornets "mistakenly" bomb Syrian Troops

Postby Robin Hood » Tue Sep 20, 2016 6:55 am

There is a gulf of difference between making accusations ...... and having the evidence to support them!

So far the US and its coalition have made many accusations but have not managed to present any tangible evidence. When they do present 'evidence' it has more holes in it than a Gruyere Cheese and is usually from a single convenient source. Try ........ 20,000 photos of 'Assad's victim's of torture' .... turned out to be 20,000 photos of unidentified dead bodies, taken in hospital morgues so that there was a record of them for future identification by relatives.

http://dissidentvoice.org/2016/03/the-caesar-photo-fraud-that-undermined-syrian-negotiations/

To the contrary, every action by the US coalition in Syria has been illegal from the very start and constitutes war crimes and crimes against humanity ..... proven without a shadow of doubt. So who will we see in the dock at the ICC in the Hague? Certainly won't be the Yanks, they are an exceptional people, they are above the Law and do not recognise the ICC anyway...... unless it is convenient to their cause, but the rest of the coalition are not exceptional.




If Assad is such a monster, how come the Syrian people still elect him into power as their President after years of this so called abuse? How come it is the government controlled areas that many Syrians flee to directly they break free from the butchery of the US coalition armed and supported terrorists? Chemical weapons, bombing hospitals and schools, deliberately killing civilians, robbing aid convoys ........ are all figments of a deranged and over active imagination ....... but there are always suckers that believe these stories! :x
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