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Re: The war against Syria

Postby Paphitis » Mon Aug 27, 2018 3:42 pm

Kikapu wrote:It may well be that it is Turkey/Turkey's supported rebels who will use chemical weapons in Idlib and then blame it on Assad to get the west to bomb Syria. Turkey at present is very worried losing control of Idlib, because Afrin will be next on the list.


There is nothing Turkey can do to convince the West of anything.

Turkey is on the nose and not on the in. America doesn't care what Turkey wants.

If America or any of its allies decide to attack Syria, it is because it is in our interests to do so to remove Assad. The West does not need any permission from Turkey or even consider what Turkey has to say over the matter.

Turkey and Russia are in the same basket.

The West has its own interests and we also have Israel's interests but Turkey isn't even in the ballpark!

And yes, we do have a score to settle and it will be settled, whether this year or in 2 years time, Assad can't move because we will be waiting for him. The only safe place for assad is in a buncker 20 meters underground.

And yes, if Chemical Weapons are used anywhere in Syria, then the Syrian Military will be attacked by Western Forces and also by Israel. We will not even be asking any questions. The Tomahawks and our planes will already be enroute. :D

We don't care about pootin or Russia. The Russians will NEVER attack us or intervene, because they need us for China. That is their bug bear.
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Re: The war against Syria

Postby Robin Hood » Mon Aug 27, 2018 3:50 pm

Paphitis wrote:
Kikapu wrote:It may well be that it is Turkey/Turkey's supported rebels who will use chemical weapons in Idlib and then blame it on Assad to get the west to bomb Syria. Turkey at present is very worried losing control of Idlib, because Afrin will be next on the list.


There is nothing Turkey can do to convince the West of anything.

Turkey is on the nose and not on the in. America doesn't care what Turkey wants.

If America or any of its allies decide to attack Syria, it is because it is in our interests to do so to remove Assad. The West does not need any permission from Turkey or even consider what Turkey has to say over the matter.

Turkey and Russia are in the same basket.

The West has its own interests and we also have Israel's interests but Turkey isn't even in the ballpark!

And yes, we do have a score to settle and it will be settled, whether this year or in 2 years time, Assad can't move because we will be waiting for him. The only safe place for assad is in a buncker 20 meters underground.


Ahhhhh ..... General Wee Wee ...... do stop spouting your usual illiterate pro US rubbish. :roll:

The US and its coalition of terrorist nations, has lost the contest in Syria and will leave either voluntarily or they will be driven out.(All 2000 of them) ..... their Proxies will do what they have done so far ..... surrender to Assad ..... or die. The majority have gone for the first option. :o
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Re: The war against Syria

Postby Paphitis » Mon Aug 27, 2018 3:55 pm

Yep, just make sure no Chemical Weapons are used because if they are, Coalition will not just sit and watch.

That red line was already communicated, arsehole!

The West will not allow such crimes against humanity go unpunished. Not under any circumstances.

And make no mistake about it, there will be proxies in Syria for the next 20 years. You will be talking about this war for years to come. Until we have assad!

Our secret services have very fertile recruitment grounds. You can't kill 12 million people (Sunnis). Assad is in a no win situation without the Sunnis at the grassroots. The only thing that can save assad is some horse trading between the Russians and Americans over China's containment according to a friend of mine.

Bottom line is this. Assad is at Russia and America's mercy. If the Russians are distracted over China, they will drop Assad like a hot potato and the Americans would even be willing to accept that Syria remains in Russia's sphere because it's not as if they need it.
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Re: The war against Syria

Postby Paphitis » Mon Aug 27, 2018 4:10 pm

One more thing, when the Russians say there is about to be a Chemical Attack, then chances are there is going to be a Chemical Attack.

That is because they are responsible for it, or their lap dog is. And of course they are going to blame the rebels.

Coalition will be waiting and if their is any chemical warfare from any side, the Coalition will respond. And Coalition will not be asking questions either. There will just be a response Assad will not like.

Because ts not as if the Russians are not capable of Chemical Warfare now is it? They got the audacity to use Chemical Weapons against an EU country and that is unprecedented so pull the other one in accusing the rebels because no one is buying Pootin's and Assad's bullshit!
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Re: The war against Syria

Postby Robin Hood » Mon Aug 27, 2018 4:38 pm

Paphitis wrote:One more thing, when the Russians say there is about to be a Chemical Attack, then chances are there is going to be a Chemical Attack.

That is because they are responsible for it, or their lap dog is. And of course they are going to blame the rebels.

Coalition will be waiting and if their is any chemical warfare from any side, the Coalition will respond. And Coalition will not be asking questions either. There will just be a response Assad will not like.

Because ts not as if the Russians are not capable of Chemical Warfare now is it? They got the audacity to use Chemical Weapons against an EU country and that is unprecedented so pull the other one in accusing the rebels because no one is buying Pootin's and Assad's bullshit!


More propaganda!

..... and all the evidence from the last 'Assad did it' attack on Douma proved it to have been a false flag. Even the OPCW inspectors couldn't find proof. :lol: :lol: :lol:
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Re: The war against Syria

Postby Robin Hood » Mon Aug 27, 2018 4:53 pm

Paphitis wrote:Yep, just make sure no Chemical Weapons are used because if they are, Coalition will not just sit and watch.

That red line was already communicated, arsehole!

The West will not allow such crimes against humanity go unpunished. Not under any circumstances.

And make no mistake about it, there will be proxies in Syria for the next 20 years. You will be talking about this war for years to come. Until we have assad!

Our secret services have very fertile recruitment grounds. You can't kill 12 million people (Sunnis). Assad is in a no win situation without the Sunnis at the grassroots. The only thing that can save assad is some horse trading between the Russians and Americans over China's containment according to a friend of mine.

Bottom line is this. Assad is at Russia and America's mercy. If the Russians are distracted over China, they will drop Assad like a hot potato and the Americans would even be willing to accept that Syria remains in Russia's sphere because it's not as if they need it.


More bullshit! Grow up. :roll: :x
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Re: The war against Syria

Postby Paphitis » Tue Aug 28, 2018 1:38 am

Oh, I think the forum understands your bullshit by now.

As to the coalition, everyne knows their position and they will not tolerate any Chemical Warfare. Syria will be attacked if Chemical Weapons are used and this was clearly stated. it is clear cut.
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Re: The war against Syria

Postby Robin Hood » Tue Aug 28, 2018 7:20 am

Paphitis wrote:Oh, I think the forum understands your bullshit by now.

As to the coalition, everyne knows their position and they will not tolerate any Chemical Warfare. Syria will be attacked if Chemical Weapons are used and this was clearly stated. it is clear cut.


The US coalition has failed in its objective ..... get over it! Most people now realize that it is the US backed terrorists that are behind these chemical incidents ...... Assad has absolutely NOTHING to gain ...... but YOUR terrorists do.

I am just relieved that Putin has the sense not to get dragged into the US coalitions pompous petty war of threats. One day his patience will run out! :roll:
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Re: The war against Syria

Postby Robin Hood » Tue Aug 28, 2018 6:03 pm

Paphitis wrote:Oh, I think the forum understands your bullshit by now.

As to the coalition, everyne knows their position and they will not tolerate any Chemical Warfare. Syria will be attacked if Chemical Weapons are used and this was clearly stated. it is clear cut.


To refute that load of garbage ..........

An excellent 30 min interview with Seymour Hersh ....... and it is he that does all the talking ........ who tells it like it is on several subjects from Mai Lai to Skripal but it includes a lot about Syria which flies in the face of the propaganda some like to spread about chemical weapons, who really did use them in Eastern Ghouta in 2013 and why Obama didn't attack Syria! Now Hersh IS a reporter whose views are respected as he is very much impartial when it comes to the blame game!

https://www.rt.com/shows/going-underground/431346-journalist-nato-massacre-skepticism/
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Re: The war against Syria

Postby repulsewarrior » Thu Aug 30, 2018 12:40 am

An expected government assault on Syria's last rebel-held province, Idlib, and surrounding areas could displace as many as 800,000 people already in a dire humanitarian situation, the UN warned Wednesday.

Read more: http://www.al-monitor.com/pulse/afp/201 ... z5PbrO6aAY
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