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Discussion in 'The War Room' started by mcveteran81, Apr 10, 2018.
Tried to find some source, but there is no way to find how many people support Assad in Syria
I belived iv read somewhere out of something insane like just under 200 rebel groups(the really love their dovisions) invited to talks barely a dozen listed as terrorists worldwide (unless you count russian and syrian def in which case even schoolboys doing graffiti are !!)
If he had popular suppprt he wouldnt need massive russian airpower and a now largely foriegn ground forced to deal with poorly armed locals
I don't want to go find the article, so believe me or dont, but an article cited multiple intelligence experts as saying we don't have a clue where Syria's chemical weapons factories are.
That it isn't developing a nuke, you can't see it with sattelites.
I wonder how self aware you are, in how much you are taking on faith.
Trolling? Rt is a straight up russian propaganda newtwork , even the worst of the free western press are leagues above themnin credibility
Still on that eh? Hint: dictionaries do not trump established legal meanings.
He only cares about rationalizing his Trump support.
Well once upon a time someone told us Iraq sent their chemicals to Syria. That could be it or it could be that that kind of intel would be top secret and you’re not going to hear about it. Assuming your experts are right we took stock of most likely places they’d use and hit those.
How many troops we have in Lebanon?
I certainly wonder why we did not destroy these facilities during our first bombing, after Assad’s alleged first use of chemical weapons.
And if bothering to attack yet again (which I oppose), why not use targeted strikes to destroy Assad and his regime? It is certainly justified if he is indeed gassing civilians (which I question.) These repeated petty strikes make us appear undisciplined and utterly weak. What have they accomplished? The first attack apparently did nothing to diminish Assad’s abilities. This whole thing stinks.
So how are the Russia-fanboys holding up the last couple of days
Must be a bit depressing having your great leader exposed as a paper tiger and having the west call your bluff and shitting over your threats
# Urgent | Our correspondent: aircraft march to the Israeli occupation flying in the countryside # Quneitra
wut? If he had no popular support over throwing him would have been very easy.
Hes been saved by 3 seperate large foriegn interventions now and of course began this with the advantage of heavy firepower +airpower
So seems russia is citing security concerns and no un passes to hold up the opcw team (no such issue for robert fisk pro regime journalist allowed on scene...strange)
Im sure the hundreds of russian mps there are totaly keeping the scene as it was with 0 tampering