“And white males are almost exclusively responsible for pedophilia... Shall we treat all white males accordingly?”
EST74 on Aug 31, 2013 at 13:06:02
“No they don't, they give themselves a bad name. Since when do all AA's represent each other? This site has plenty of stories of white people committing crimes yet I have never read one comment from anyone saying they give white people a bad name.”
"FSA forces eventually in control of the nation - and in a position to suppress extremist elements or deal with them from a position of strength."
For your information, Al Nusra/Al Qaeda is the largest, most organized, and the most well equipped faction on the FSA side. You really think after Assad falls, they are just going to pick up their weapons and go home?!”
himac on Aug 27, 2013 at 19:43:16
“And it's worth bearing in mind (as NATO and the Arab league do) that Al Nusra/Al Qaeda are fighting the SAA but are not 'on the FSA side'.
They are jihadists, only on the side of their own interpretation of Islam and their own ideological vision of a fundamentalist sharia law theocratic state.
(Neither inclusive of Syria's minority religions, nor democratic, nor politically aligned with FSA)”
himac on Aug 27, 2013 at 18:10:57
“What? Plainly I don't think so. (For all that matters)
More importantly NATO + Allies don't think so. Hence their underlying strategic aims. One of which is to encourage the preservation of some semblance of a Syrian professional army structure after the tipping point.
al Nusra fundamentalists will find the fountain of their resources reducing to a trickle, just as soon as the Saudis are confident that Iranian influence has been effectively neutralized in Syria.
al Nusra's ability to operate out of the North and East will be severely curtailed once Turkey returns to securing it's border again and conducts long term negotiations with the Kurds. Long term legitimization / recognition of of an extended Kurdish territory will depend on rejection of al Qaeda and Salafist extremists.
As always, the vile brutality toward civilians and prisoners of the Salafist extremists will be marking them as little better than the worst elements of Assad's thugs - so it's unlikely the population at large will have any appetite for rule by Sharia thugs in the long term.So it goes...”
“We are at a crossroads when it comes to our foreign policy, if the US decides to intervene on the behalf of these islamist cutthroat rebels, then we as a country support terrorism!”
MBoyett220 on Aug 26, 2013 at 18:11:23
“We have been doing it for a century. Read "Overthrow" by Steven Kinzer. It tells of the last 100 years of Imperialism and regime change that the U.S. has been involved in. I don't think we have never left a country that we have occupied.”
ZombieSM on Aug 26, 2013 at 18:10:47
“By giving them hundreds of millions of dollars and weapons we have already supported terrorism.”
“No I'm not George Galloway is in it for himself and not for the people of Britain he should represent all the people of Britain and not just some of them. And another thing he trying to cause trouble by blaming Israel for the attack when everybody knows who done it he is just doing what Iran telling him to say appearing on Iranian tv and blaming Israel and the rebels for the attack but not the current government who has the means to launch these attacks. And you think he doesn't put money in front of his morals.”