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Re: TRUMP saying it like no one else

Postby Paphitis » Fri Dec 16, 2016 1:52 am

Well people, you are witnessing one of the biggest crimes against humanity unfold before your very eyes.

Summary execution of civilians, and even children took place.

The residents of east Aleppo who were cramming themselves behind Rebel Lines for their protection are now being forcibly cleansed from Aleppo. They will NEVER be allowed to return to their homes. Sound familiar?

I hope you enjoy the misery and war crimes committed against others and can live with yourselves. Obviously, there is NOTHING that can shame some of you.

The Eiffel Tower went dark as a small token of respect for the sad calamity taking shape as Terrorist Groups (Al Quds, Shia and Hesbollah do their worse) which includes rape.

meanwhile, this isn't a victory but a defeat. it is a defeat against human Rights, dignity, the UN, and the International community.

law and order does not exist.

As such, the Coalition will remain in Syria to achieve its objectives in Syria. the war continues on multiple fronts.

There will never be peace and stability.
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Re: TRUMP saying it like no one else

Postby repulsewarrior » Fri Dec 16, 2016 2:30 am

...links, please.

on the face of it, the next few days will be telling; but why Paphitis post this news, this way, here?
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Re: TRUMP saying it like no one else

Postby Paphitis » Fri Dec 16, 2016 3:04 am

repulsewarrior wrote:...links, please.

on the face of it, the next few days will be telling; but why Paphitis post this news, this way, here?


Do these people look like they are ever going back?

Syria: Reports of execution-style killings in Aleppo point to war crimes

https://www.amnesty.org/en/latest/news/ ... ar-crimes/

UNSG briefing at Security Council

http://www.un.org/apps/news/story.asp?NewsID=55789
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Re: TRUMP saying it like no one else

Postby miltiades » Fri Dec 16, 2016 6:55 am

Paphitis wrote:Well people, you are witnessing one of the biggest crimes against humanity unfold before your very eyes.

Summary execution of civilians, and even children took place.

The residents of east Aleppo who were cramming themselves behind Rebel Lines for their protection are now being forcibly cleansed from Aleppo. They will NEVER be allowed to return to their homes. Sound familiar?

I hope you enjoy the misery and war crimes committed against others and can live with yourselves. Obviously, there is NOTHING that can shame some of you.

The Eiffel Tower went dark as a small token of respect for the sad calamity taking shape as Terrorist Groups (Al Quds, Shia and Hesbollah do their worse) which includes rape.

meanwhile, this isn't a victory but a defeat. it is a defeat against human Rights, dignity, the UN, and the International community.

law and order does not exist.

As such, the Coalition will remain in Syria to achieve its objectives in Syria. the war continues on multiple fronts.

There will never be peace and stability.

Can I ask you what gives you the idea that anyone on this forum " enjoys the misery and war crimes" in Syria ?
To have been critical of the rebels and the coalition does not in any way constitute support of this calamity.
Also ask your self this, would the Syrian army and the Russians be bombing Aleppo if the rebels were not there ?
The west has, without a shadow of a doubt, prolonged this wretched war by backing the wrong horse, The rebels were encouraged by the support derived from the western world. Again I shall reiterate what I wrote way back in October 2012. The WEST is making a dreadful error in getting involved.
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Re: TRUMP saying it like no one else

Postby Paphitis » Fri Dec 16, 2016 7:53 am

miltiades wrote:
Paphitis wrote:Well people, you are witnessing one of the biggest crimes against humanity unfold before your very eyes.

Summary execution of civilians, and even children took place.

The residents of east Aleppo who were cramming themselves behind Rebel Lines for their protection are now being forcibly cleansed from Aleppo. They will NEVER be allowed to return to their homes. Sound familiar?

I hope you enjoy the misery and war crimes committed against others and can live with yourselves. Obviously, there is NOTHING that can shame some of you.

The Eiffel Tower went dark as a small token of respect for the sad calamity taking shape as Terrorist Groups (Al Quds, Shia and Hesbollah do their worse) which includes rape.

meanwhile, this isn't a victory but a defeat. it is a defeat against human Rights, dignity, the UN, and the International community.

law and order does not exist.

As such, the Coalition will remain in Syria to achieve its objectives in Syria. the war continues on multiple fronts.

There will never be peace and stability.

Can I ask you what gives you the idea that anyone on this forum " enjoys the misery and war crimes" in Syria ?
To have been critical of the rebels and the coalition does not in any way constitute support of this calamity.
Also ask your self this, would the Syrian army and the Russians be bombing Aleppo if the rebels were not there ?
The west has, without a shadow of a doubt, prolonged this wretched war by backing the wrong horse, The rebels were encouraged by the support derived from the western world. Again I shall reiterate what I wrote way back in October 2012. The WEST is making a dreadful error in getting involved.


Yes it does, because the Coalition has been trying to broker a Comprehensive Settlement for ages.

What you have now, is sectarian cleansing, war crimes, misery and thousands of innocent people being killed by the regime.

And you guys supported this. You also support indefinite war, because there is no way in hell peace will return to Syria for a very long time.

Syria: Reports of execution-style killings in Aleppo point to war crimes

https://www.amnesty.org/en/latest/news/ ... ar-crimes/

UNSG briefing at Security Council

http://www.un.org/apps/news/story.asp?NewsID=55789
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Re: TRUMP saying it like no one else

Postby Paphitis » Fri Dec 16, 2016 8:25 am

BTW, Islamic State and the other so called jihadists were orchestrated by the Assad Regime itself.

The book begins by tracking the pre-2011 history of jihadism inside Syria – almost all of which was orchestrated, one way or another, by the regime itself. It’s fascinating how many of the cities that would become notorious conflict zones post-2011 – from Aleppo to Zabadani, Yarmouk camp, and even Lebanon’s Arsal – witnessed regime-linked jihadist activity many years before the Arab Spring broke out. With that in mind, irrespective of the peaceful and democratic goals of the initial demonstrations in 2011, and irrespective also of the non-Islamist nature of the early Free Syrian Army, was it inevitable from the beginning that some kind of jihadist militancy would emerge once the unrest in the country turned violent?


Syria’s role as the key hub for AQI's and ISI’s foreign fighter recruitment was perhaps the most important indicator for the potential for jihadist militancy to emerge and consolidate within Syria's early uprising. Militants in their hundreds and thousands flew into Damascus and Aleppo airports throughout the occupation and made their way to Iraq through AQI and ISI networks. Syrian government buses even allegedly transported the first arrivals in 2003, when Bashar al-Assad’s Mufti issued religious edicts calling upon the world’s Muslims to travel to Iraq for "jihad against America and Israel.” Likewise, Syrian military intelligence has been accused of involvement in providing training to newly arrived foreign recruits, before their entry to Iraq. This was also how towns like Arsal became important thoroughfares for militants who chose to fly into Beirut or for Lebanese fighters themselves. They exploited Arsal’s long restive population, its mountainous surroundings and proximity to Syria.


All of these cases and many, many more reveal how the necessary infrastructure already existed for the ISI to quickly insert itself into emerging instability in Syria in mid-2011. Naturally, this was something that Assad and his regime sought to take advantage of by releasing hundreds of jihadist militants in the uprising’s early months. Aiming to justify the regime’s claim to be fighting a terrorist insurrection, the release of these detainees – many of whom had been detained in Syria under heavy US pressure between 2007-2009 – directly facilitated the quick formation of Jabhat al-Nusra between August and October 2011. It was some of these released detainees who immediately transferred to old AQI/ISI safe houses and awaited the arrival of Abu Mohammed al-Jolani and six other ISI leaders in August 2011.


https://now.mmedia.me/lb/en/10questions ... les-lister
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Re: TRUMP saying it like no one else

Postby Robin Hood » Sun Dec 18, 2016 10:52 am

Paphitis:
Yes it does, because the Coalition has been trying to broker a Comprehensive Settlement for ages.


A Comprehensive settlement ?..... ON THEIR TERMS .... i.e. Assad must go!

What you have now, is sectarian cleansing, war crimes, misery and thousands of innocent people being killed by the regime.


More rubbish! Syria has a secular Constitution and Society. That maybe not what the Sunnis want but if they don’t like it ......... then go live in Saudi. Assad has not killed thousands of innocent people ........ even the suggestion is laughable! Use some common sense! Why would he do that ? What would he gain from that? The bits of the jig-saw don’t fit! :roll:

And you guys supported this. You also support indefinite war, because there is no way in hell peace will return to Syria for a very long time.


That is not true. For me, it was obvious Assad had to put down a foreign incursion and every government has that right. He could hardly say to them “Now come on chaps be good terrorists, put down your guns and go back home ....please”. This war will end but the terrorism YOU created will live on. Syria will return to almost as peaceful a country as it was before ........ because THAT is what people want. It is YOU supporting regime change and YOUR terrorist proxies used to achieve that on YOUR behalf, that is the problem facing most of the region.


This ‘false news’ story was debunked within hours! Absolutely zero evidence to support it when it was investigated by the Red Cross and other credible humanitarian groups. The information originaly came from anti-Assad activists and was never questioned. It is suggested the reports did not even originate in Aleppo but from Turkey.

Syria: Reports of execution-style killings in Aleppo point to war crimes

https://www.amnesty.org/en/latest/news/ ... ar-crimes/


The UN only said that they had ‘... received reports’ .... see above. It was the media that presented it as fact! The UN are quoted as the source of this story in all the MSM reports.



And such reports are guaranteed to be swallowed by idiots like you .... because it is what you WANT to hear! Take a tip from RT ...... Question More? :roll:
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Re: TRUMP saying it like no one else

Postby Paphitis » Mon Dec 19, 2016 1:42 am

You are all looking at a major conflict on multiple fronts. You will want to wish I am wrong, but the Israelis are not going to be taking this Hezbollah outrage lightly.

You are looking at Civil War in Lebanon, Syria and possible engagement with Israel. and that will be a war Russia can't afford to involve itself with.
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Re: TRUMP saying it like no one else

Postby Robin Hood » Mon Dec 19, 2016 7:33 am

Paphitis wrote:You are all looking at a major conflict on multiple fronts. You will want to wish I am wrong, but the Israelis are not going to be taking this Hezbollah outrage lightly.

You are looking at Civil War in Lebanon, Syria and possible engagement with Israel. and that will be a war Russia can't afford to involve itself with.


What ......"Hezbollah outrage" ?
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Re: TRUMP saying it like no one else

Postby Paphitis » Mon Dec 19, 2016 9:32 am

Robin Hood wrote:
Paphitis wrote:You are all looking at a major conflict on multiple fronts. You will want to wish I am wrong, but the Israelis are not going to be taking this Hezbollah outrage lightly.

You are looking at Civil War in Lebanon, Syria and possible engagement with Israel. and that will be a war Russia can't afford to involve itself with.


What ......"Hezbollah outrage" ?


Terrorism and War Crimes.

I am sure they have met Israel before. They should be well acquainted by now, and soon they will be even more well acquainted.
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