24-Sep-16 World View -- Syria's al-Assad goes for the kill, turning Aleppo and civilians to bloody rubble

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24-Sep-16 World View -- Syria's al-Assad goes for the kill, turning Aleppo and civilians to bloody rubble

Postby John » Fri Sep 23, 2016 11:59 pm

24-Sep-16 World View -- Syria's al-Assad goes for the kill, turning Aleppo and civilians to bloody rubble

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Syria's al-Assad goes for the kill, turning Aleppo and civilians to bloody rubble
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Generational Dynamics, Syria, Aleppo, Bashar al-Assad, John Kerry,
Sergei Lavrov, Igor Konashenkov, Alawites, Iran,
Ayatollah Seyed Ali Khamenei, Jabhat al-Nusra, al-Nusra Front,
Islamic State / of Iraq and Syria/Sham/the Levant, IS, ISIS, ISIL, Daesh
Palestinians, Ahmet Davutoglu

Anonymous1

Re: 24-Sep-16 World View -- Syria's al-Assad goes for the kill, turning Aleppo and civilians to bloody rubble

Postby Anonymous1 » Sat Sep 24, 2016 3:06 am

The United States has mutual defense treaties with many countries:


they had same with Ukraine. how did that turn out??

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Re: 24-Sep-16 World View -- Syria's al-Assad goes for the kill, turning Aleppo and civilians to bloody rubble

Postby jimweber4881 » Sat Sep 24, 2016 8:58 am

In all of your posts concerning Assad you usually say that he is "even" killing "women and children" and while I might agree that children are innocent tools of Syria's resistance movement the women know fully well what is going on. The women are not innocent and deserve no special sympathy. Women can damage and destroy just like their men counterparts and, therefore, should be subject to the same attacks and counter offensives. All is fair in love and war as the saying goes. Personally, I have no special regard for any Sunni regardless of gender as long as they continue to target innocent civilians themselves.

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Re: 24-Sep-16 World View -- Syria's al-Assad goes for the kill, turning Aleppo and civilians to bloody rubble

Postby John » Sat Sep 24, 2016 9:09 am

jimweber4881 wrote:> In all of your posts concerning Assad you usually say that he is
> "even" killing "women and children" and while I might agree that
> children are innocent tools of Syria's resistance movement the
> women know fully well what is going on. The women are not innocent
> and deserve no special sympathy. Women can damage and destroy just
> like their men counterparts and, therefore, should be subject to
> the same attacks and counter offensives. All is fair in love and
> war as the saying goes. Personally, I have no special regard for
> any Sunni regardless of gender as long as they continue to target
> innocent civilians themselves.


You're absolutely right. If you want to exterminate a population,
then you have to exterminate all the women and children.

The Hutus wanted to exterminate the Tutsis, so they took machetes and
dismembered the bodies of the men, and then the women after raping
them.

Hitler wanted to exterminate the Jews, so he sent all the men, women
and children to extermination camps.

Bashar al-Assad wants to exterminate all the Sunnis, so he's turning
Aleppo to rubble mixed with the blood of men, women and children.

You're right. All's fair in love and war, especially for depraved
psychopaths like Hitler and al-Assad.

jimweber4881

Re: 24-Sep-16 World View -- Syria's al-Assad goes for the kill, turning Aleppo and civilians to bloody rubble

Postby jimweber4881 » Sat Sep 24, 2016 1:30 pm

Anonymous1 wrote:
The United States has mutual defense treaties with many countries:


they had same with Ukraine. how did that turn out??


There was no "mutual defense treaty" as you put it. The Budapest Memorandum, that included Belarus, was not legally binding on the US. Just ask the government of Belarus about the American sanctions imposed in violation of the Memorandum. However, I agree with your sentiment and the US should have imposed some "penalty" on Russia. But there was/is no treaty.


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