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The Syrian opposition: who's doing the talking

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posted on Sep, 23 2014 @ 04:36 AM
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With Syria coming once again into the media headlines today with America leading the way to bomb ISIS let's take a closer look at the SNC a group that both the UK and USA and other countries see as the legitimate government of Syria

Here is a post from the Guardian from about 2 years back and the reporter has done an intricate job of getting to the heart of who they are and where they are and indeed what countries are behind them

Untill ISIS reared it's ugly head in Syria,the FSA were being beaten back and the desired outcome to topple Assad was diminishing rapidly,now that's another story

www.theguardian.com...

This one story highlights the deception and lies we have been told and other media sources lapping it up and printing stories from people with an agenda




posted on Sep, 23 2014 @ 05:06 AM
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a reply to: Whereismypassword

It's all become very murky over there.

Just a week or so ago, it's reported that the entire leadership of the "moderate rebels" is taken out in a single explosion.
Then Obama pledges $500 Million to the rebels, who at the same time suddenly agree to a non-aggression pact with ISIS.

You only have to look at the sudden appearance and rise of ISIS, their sudden offensive, crossing the land in all those nice shiny new Toyota 4x4's with machine gun mounts, and the US insistence that "we didn't see that one coming" to realize we are all being lied to on a very grand scale. The rebels, who oppose ISIS, all get blown to bits in the same location, by as yet unknown means, and the new leaders suddenly agree to not fight ISIS, leaving them unopposed?
What a bloody mess!



posted on Sep, 23 2014 @ 05:22 AM
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Hey all.


Unfortunately , I think this will become a retrospective.

No intelligent nation is going to telegraph intentions of engagement, unless it is a last chance warning.

Or a statement of intent.

I fear the latter ! Yet it seems to be for the greater good !

NWO .... Nah !





posted on Sep, 23 2014 @ 05:24 AM
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IMO the FSA were failing at their required task that being regime change so a new angle was used,ISIS is the excuse to bomb Syria and all it takes is one American aircraft to be shot down and blamed on Assad and we will have Libya version two

A clear path bombed all the way to Damascus and the FSA can topple the president while the ISIS are sacrificed as the pawns they are blown to tattered remains never knowing that was the desired outcome as the FSA takes advantage of out arial superiority

If one aircraft of ours gets shot down and they blame Assad,that's the game changer

Look out Iran,your on the list as well



posted on Sep, 23 2014 @ 05:33 AM
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a reply to: Whereismypassword

Precisely!
They wanted to go bomb Syria and everyone was against it. So, think of another plan, promote a nastier crazier group, have a few beheading videos of westerners in the mix to get everyone baying for revenge, then it's game on!

It's so amazingly transparent, it's bewildering that so many people still fall for it every time.



posted on Sep, 23 2014 @ 01:22 PM
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originally posted by: Britguy
a reply to: Whereismypassword

It's all become very murky over there.

Just a week or so ago, it's reported that the entire leadership of the "moderate rebels" is taken out in a single explosion.
Then Obama pledges $500 Million to the rebels, who at the same time suddenly agree to a non-aggression pact with ISIS.

You only have to look at the sudden appearance and rise of ISIS, their sudden offensive, crossing the land in all those nice shiny new Toyota 4x4's with machine gun mounts, and the US insistence that "we didn't see that one coming" to realize we are all being lied to on a very grand scale. The rebels, who oppose ISIS, all get blown to bits in the same location, by as yet unknown means, and the new leaders suddenly agree to not fight ISIS, leaving them unopposed?
What a bloody mess!

This is the exact reason why funding the "rebels" instead of Assad would be a huge mistake.
With Assad you have a person and a party to adress if something goes wrong, but if you fund the rebels, I guarantee that they will be joining ISIS as soon as they got the money.
There are no clear structures, it is just a mess in Syria and the West tries to push its agenda without wanting to acknowledge that Assad is fighting ISIS since years...
ISIS could already been deleted from earth if the West would just swallow it and work together with Assad.
Seems like they do not want it.



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