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Re: The war against Syria

Postby Robin Hood » Thu Feb 08, 2018 7:54 pm

More on the latest US war crime in Syria ......... I wonder how much longer Putin will put up with US arrogance before he acts, which I have no doubt he will.

BREAKING: US bombs Syrian military east of Euphrates river

US claims its air force ‘retaliated’ against Syrian attacks on the Kurds. :lol: :lol: :lol:

RT reports a statement issued by the US led coalition command confirming the attack as saying the following;

In defence of Coalition and partner forces, the Coalition conducted strikes against attacking forces (Syrian Govt. Forces) to repel the act of aggression against partners (terrorists) engaged (illegally) in the Global Coalition’s defeat-Daesh (Islamic State, IS, formerly ISIS/ISIL) mission,” the Central Command said in a press release. :lol:

The retaliatory attack was carried out after Syrian “pro-regime forces (Syrian Govt. forces) initiated an unprovoked attack against well-established (Illegal foreign insurgents) Syrian Democratic Forces headquarters,” the coalition claimed.

The US-led coalition has also firmly stressed its “non-negotiable right to act in self-defense (Offense),” since its service members are embedded with the “partners” (terrorists) on ground (Illegally) in Syria.

http://theduran.com/breaking-us-bombs-syrian-army-east-euphrates-river/


So .... let me get this right ...... going on this logic; if the Russians air attacked and killed a 100 Ukraine army fighters in Ukraine, threatening the rebels they support on the ground because the Ukraine's were threatening them and Russia had their own forces supporting their rebels and they were in danger ......... that is all ok then? :roll:

The comments are interesting to this article. One suggestion was that US personnel may have been killed in the SAA shelling and the US was retaliating as a warning to the SAA. :?:
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Re: The war against Syria

Postby Paphitis » Fri Feb 09, 2018 2:21 am

As I said, no one has accused the Coalition of any War Crimes or of breaking International Law.

Not a single international body of any worthwhile consequence has even criticised the Coalition.

As a matter of fact, if there are votes in the UN GA, the Coalition would enjoy the support and backing of most UN member States.
There have however been votes against Syria and Assad as being a War Criminal and alleging War Crimes but never against the Coalition.

That is because there is little to no regard for Assad.

Also we are defending our partners and clients - Kurdish Forces. That is all we are doing. World opinion is supportive of our actions.

No one is EVER going to condemn our actions. No one! Espessially since we are defending Kurdish Rebels.

If Pootin does anything:
1) he would be risking direct conflict with Coalition Forces.

If Assad continues to attack our clients, they will be demolished and there is nothing Pootin can do about it. Pootin isn’t a stupid man.
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Re: The war against Syria

Postby Robin Hood » Fri Feb 09, 2018 7:18 am

Paphitis wrote:As I said, no one has accused the Coalition of any War Crimes or of breaking International Law.

Not a single international body of any worthwhile consequence has even criticised the Coalition.

As a matter of fact, if there are votes in the UN GA, the Coalition would enjoy the support and backing of most UN member States.
There have however been votes against Syria and Assad as being a War Criminal and alleging War Crimes but never against the Coalition.

That is because there is little to no regard for Assad.

Also we are defending our partners and clients - Kurdish Forces. That is all we are doing. World opinion is supportive of our actions.

No one is EVER going to condemn our actions. No one! Espessially since we are defending Kurdish Rebels.

If Pootin does anything:
1) he would be risking direct conflict with Coalition Forces.

If Assad continues to attack our clients, they will be demolished and there is nothing Pootin can do about it. Pootin isn’t a stupid man.


So you advocate a society where some are above the law but the law is enforced rigorously on all others? :?:

You live in a fantasy world of your own ignorance. Putin will do something eventually but he won't give warning and boast about what he is going to do ..... he will just do it.
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Re: The war against Syria

Postby Paphitis » Fri Feb 09, 2018 7:31 am

There is no violation of international law by the Coalition.

No International Body has or ever will take issue with our presence in Syria. In fact, put it to a vote and the vast majority of UN Member States will support the Coalition because without our presence a genocide will be committed against the Kurdish Rebels and People.

Pootin can fuck himself. He can’t do a damn thing and he knows it. He got far too much to lose than to pander to Assad’s war crimes. His end game was achieved. If he doesn’t just keep quiet and mind his own business then the end game will be revisited. Savvy?

No authority on the planet will ever criticize us from helping the Kurds.
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Re: The war against Syria

Postby Robin Hood » Fri Feb 09, 2018 8:31 am

Paphitis wrote:There is no violation of international law by the Coalition.

No International Body has or ever will take issue with our presence in Syria. In fact, put it to a vote and the vast majority of UN Member States will support the Coalition because without our presence a genocide will be committed against the Kurdish Rebels and People.

Pootin can fuck himself. He can’t do a damn thing and he knows it. He got far too much to lose than to pander to Assad’s war crimes. His end game was achieved. If he doesn’t just keep quiet and mind his own business then the end game will be revisited. Savvy?

No authority on the planet will ever criticize us from helping the Kurds.


You are blind to the real world ! :roll: YOU are in Syria ILLEGALLY, YOU kill Syrians ILLEGALLY, YOU support terrorists ILLEGALLY. You have the mentality of many Cypriots '..... laws are made for others, they don't apply to us! Arrogantly ignoring the law does not exempt you from it! :x

YOU will pay for YOUR crimes because the whole world sees the evidence ..... every hour of every day ..... and the vast majority of the population/countries are opposed to YOUR conceit!
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Re: The war against Syria

Postby Paphitis » Fri Feb 09, 2018 11:37 am

Who say's we are illegal or breaking International law?

Please show us any ruling from the UN alleging ANY violation committed by the Coalition. Just show me one please. Or a vote that has gone against the Coalition.

Look, I understand you are angry. But we haven't committed any violation. We just fought ISIL and now we are protecting the Kurds. It's only the fair and right thing to do.

No one is going to condemn us for doing the right thing. And no one is going to support Assad over us. it's just not something most countries will stoop low enough to do.

The person who will pay for their crimes one way or another, will be Assad. We will not abandon the Kurds to face certain annihilation. We will remain in Syria as their Guardian Angels.

There is also no peace treaty so we have every right to stay. And there will never be a peace treaty with Assad because we do not recognize him.
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Re: The war against Syria

Postby miltiades » Fri Feb 09, 2018 11:47 am

You are .....protecting the kurds !!!
Mate you are beyond belief. The Turks are bombing the Kurds, General can you ask Your troops to do something about it ?
By the way who told you that Assad is not wanted by his people ??
Mate on the whole Syrian issue you got everything wrong.
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Re: The war against Syria

Postby Paphitis » Fri Feb 09, 2018 12:33 pm

miltiades wrote:You are .....protecting the kurds !!!
Mate you are beyond belief. The Turks are bombing the Kurds, General can you ask Your troops to do something about it ?
By the way who told you that Assad is not wanted by his people ??
Mate on the whole Syrian issue you got everything wrong.


That's bullshit! The Turks wouldn't dare bomb the Kurds. An artillery attack isn't what I would call a bombing.

It's more just to make Erdogan look like a tough guy on the home front for public consumption. The Turks high tail it as soon as our birds are in the air. That is another reason why our planes are critical and will remain in Syria. For as long as the Coalition is there, the Kurds are untouchable.

It's the Syrians who are attacking the Kurds and they are paying the price for it. Our aircraft have attacked and bombed Syrian Forces.

We are protecting the Kurds. If we leave, it is open season on them. We won't be leaving.
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Re: The war against Syria

Postby miltiades » Fri Feb 09, 2018 1:25 pm

What a load of bolloucs!!
I suppose Turkish artillery is ......peaceful, so YOUR troops will take action only if the Turks ...bomb the kurds.
Mate you have lost it. You are, as always making a fool of your self, more so by continuing to refer to the coalition in a fashion including your self.They are NOT your fucking troops, they are NOT your fucking planes. You are just a contributor on publuc forum and YOU have NO influence on what goes on in Syria, just stupid views. I have always supported the west but unlike you I do not blindly support this stupid involvement in Syria. Putin will sort out the problem having been asjed by the ONLY sovereign and legal power of Syria.
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Re: The war against Syria

Postby Paphitis » Fri Feb 09, 2018 1:53 pm

miltiades wrote:What a load of bolloucs!!
I suppose Turkish artillery is ......peaceful, so YOUR troops will take action only if the Turks ...bomb the kurds.
Mate you have lost it. You are, as always making a fool of your self, more so by continuing to refer to the coalition in a fashion including your self.They are NOT your fucking troops, they are NOT your fucking planes. You are just a contributor on publuc forum and YOU have NO influence on what goes on in Syria, just stupid views. I have always supported the west but unlike you I do not blindly support this stupid involvement in Syria. Putin will sort out the problem having been asjed by the ONLY sovereign and legal power of Syria.


And how would you know?

The only information we are getting are some isolated border strikes or what the Turkish media have shown us which look like nothing more than artillery or mortar fire across the border. The Turkish Military hasn't been very adventurous and right now they are not doing very much at all. that is because there are hundreds of Coalition overflights every day from several nations.

The Coalition is very resolute about protecting its on the ground clients -Kurdish Rebels. The Turks do not have the balls. Pootin doesn't either.

The only country attacking is Assad's war criminal forces and they are paying the price for that. they have been bombed every single time. Turkey watches this too.

Don't be so quick to jump to conclusions, because there are attacks and attacks and Erdogan is only interested in portraying himself as Mr tough guy.
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