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President Bashar Assad--welcoming 2015 with the Syrian Army near the front lines of Jobar.

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posted on Jan, 7 2015 @ 12:07 AM
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No fancy suit or fancy salutes. He is there with the men helping him protect their homeland. Eating a meal and shaking hands, thanking the military for their service. Assad is an example of how people follow courage in their leader. 5 years after the invasion of western backed THUGS, they Syrian people still remain solvent and content with President Assad.




posted on Jan, 7 2015 @ 01:04 AM
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a reply to: solarstorm
Well im not exactly sure the Syrians actually are solid and content with Assad....but I give him a 9.9 for ballsyness.....



posted on Jan, 7 2015 @ 01:19 AM
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If they were dissatisfied with him, he would have been removed by the people.

He is protecting the minority Christians well.

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posted on Jan, 7 2015 @ 01:47 AM
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a reply to: stirling

Thats rather comical coming from you i thought you were neutral on the issues it seems that you arent.



not exactly sure the Syrians actually are solid and content with Assad....


Which Syrians arent solid and content with Assad, care to provide me some solid proof and not some articles made by western news media?

If Syrians didn't support Assad this long enough he would already being replaced by the Syrian Muslim Brotherhood if not the SMB then the puppets of Saudi Arabia and Qatar.

Don't tell me you actual prefer Syria to be in the same chaotic mess as Libya is now?



posted on Jan, 7 2015 @ 01:48 AM
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a reply to: solarstorm

He is protecting the minority Christians well.

Indeed he is and the whole Assad family has being protecting the minorities in Syria since they banned the Syrian Muslim Brotherhood during the 70s or so.



posted on Jan, 7 2015 @ 01:48 AM
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posted on Jan, 7 2015 @ 01:58 AM
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Assad was forced to defend himself and his country militarily.
In the process he's done some horrible things, but he's had to.
I don't like what he's done to keep in power, but I'm glad he's in power so I suppose its the lesser of two evils.



posted on Jan, 7 2015 @ 02:59 AM
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If the Syrian population was actually against Assad, he would have been toppled years ago.

How many intelligence agencies have been trying to get rid of him, at least the CIA, Mossad, whatever Turkey, Jordan, and Saudi Arabias are.

The fact that he is still standing shows the solidarity of the Syrian public behind their "dictator"



posted on Jan, 7 2015 @ 04:42 AM
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Assad is an example of how people follow courage in their leader. 5 years after the invasion of western backed THUGS, they Syrian people still remain solvent and content with President Assad.

Nice story....
Exactly 4 years ago (January 2011) small protests began in Syria. Six weeks later, mass protests erupted in Damascus and Aleppo. Three days later the protests turned bloody when the Syrian government shot 15 demonstrators. A week later the civilian death count was over 90. A month later, there are full blown protests in 20 Syrian cities, demanding democratic reforms, release of political prisoners, “freedom”, abolition of emergency law and an end to corruption. Assad responds by starting a series of large-scale deadly military attacks on towns, using tanks, infantry carriers, and artillery. By the end of May 2011, 1,000 civilians had been killed and thousands detained. A significant armed rebellion against Assad's regime, started 5 months after the first protest.
Source

Now, 200,000 dead later, people here saying that "Syrians are content with Assad".... wow..
And if the above statement is not moronic enough, get this: it the west's fault!
It's amazing how Arab Muslims always will blame everyone besides themselves...
Thousands killed by Muslims in Africa - the west's fault!
Every Muslim civil war - the west's fault!
Palestinian kids taught to be suicide bombers from childhood - the west's fault!
ISIS - the west's fault!
Almost every country in the world suffers from Muslim terror - the west's fault!
10 million Muslim killed by fellow Muslim during the last 7 decades - the west's fault!

No need to take responsibility or self reflect, just blame the west!



posted on Jan, 7 2015 @ 04:47 AM
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Even though he has killed innocent civilians in this war ask yourself this. Which president or queen/king/prince does not have innocent blood on their hands? He is and will be the best person to lead Syria. We've all seen what happend after the west/saudi/israhell taken out a legitimate leader. (Iraq. Libya. Tunesia. Egypt. Somalia. And now Ukraine) it's shocking the majority of the people still cant or refuse to see what the hell is happening right in front of their eyes. I geuss thats what years and years of watching brainwashing MSM does to human (slave)



posted on Jan, 7 2015 @ 05:59 AM
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In all the Sunni Arab Uprising there are people fighting for what they believe is democracy dying. Then the Salafi/Wahabbi thinking come forward and the whole thing becomes a mess.

And it is Saudi Arabian leaders who is to blame for everything in the middle east. They are the ones pulling the west strings and MSM is doing everything to deflect that they are the ones giving the orders to USA to do their bidding. Bush and the house of Saud and now Obama as Bush policy 3 and 4. Who pushes Sunni fundamentalism thinking in the Middle east? Pakistan and Saudi Arabia. Who gives money to build churches in Europe for the refugees and push for the most fundamentalism view to be taught so that the people do not assimilate well. Saudi Arabian interests.

Salafi/Wahabbi is like a religious doctrine that gives the false belief that "Salafi/Wahabbi Islam" is better than other religions creating small minded people who will do what they are told. There have been similar doctrines used in history that gives the same effect. For example Nazism and Zionism.

1 Someone is in the way of House of Saud:s interests. Petrodollar or oil/gas plans.
2 Arab Sunni uprising against a "dictator"
3 Western bombings
4 Wahabbi/Salafi appear and help out to remove "dictator".
5 House of Saud get's their way.

Rinse and repeat. Iraq (Oil and Sunni->Wahabbi/Salafi Saudi Control), Libya (Oil, Petrodollar and Sunni->Wahabbi/Salafi Saudi Control), Egypt (Sunni->Wahabbi/Salafi Saudi Control), Syria (Oil, Petrodollar, Sunni->Wahabbi/Salafi Saudi Control, Gas pipeline to Europe).
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posted on Jan, 7 2015 @ 06:28 AM
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originally posted by: LittleByLittle
a reply to: MaxMech

In all the Sunni Arab Uprising there are people fighting for what they believe is democracy dying. Then the Salafi/Wahabbi thinking come forward and the whole thing becomes a mess.

And it is Saudi Arabian leaders who is to blame for everything in the middle east. They are the ones pulling the west strings and MSM is doing everything to deflect that they are the ones giving the orders to USA to do their bidding. Bush and the house of Saud and now Obama as Bush policy 3 and 4. Who pushes Sunni fundamentalism thinking in the Middle east? Pakistan and Saudi Arabia. Who gives money to build churches in Europe for the refugees and push for the most fundamentalism view to be taught so that the people do not assimilate well. Saudi Arabian interests.

Salafi/Wahabbi is like a religious doctrine that gives the false belief that "Salafi/Wahabbi Islam" is better than other religions creating small minded people who will do what they are told. There have been similar doctrines used in history that gives the same effect. For example Nazism and Zionism.

1 Someone is in the way of House of Saud:s interests. Petrodollar or oil/gas plans.
2 Arab Sunni uprising against a "dictator"
3 Western bombings
4 Wahabbi/Salafi appear and help out to remove "dictator".
5 House of Saud get's their way.

Rinse and repeat. Iraq (Oil and Sunni->Wahabbi/Salafi Saudi Control), Libya (Oil, Petrodollar and Sunni->Wahabbi/Salafi Saudi Control), Egypt (Sunni->Wahabbi/Salafi Saudi Control), Syria (Oil, Petrodollar, Sunni->Wahabbi/Salafi Saudi Control, Gas pipeline to Europe).


I think you made 1 mistake. Its the USA controlling the Saudies. They used to be hardcore muslim untill the US came in to claim their oil. Since then they aint hardcore muslim nomore. They have been corrupted. Not saying hardcore muslims arent corrupt in some way



posted on Jan, 7 2015 @ 07:11 AM
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Breaking news -
Charlie Hebdo shooting: At least 12 killed as shots fired at satirical magazine's Paris office

Four years ago a satirical magazine carried a silly caricature of Muhammad. Today 12 of it's employees are shot by Islamic terrorists.
People here are already suggesting it's a false flag - French Magazine which portrayed Profit 10 Dead in Office

As usual... its the west's fault!



posted on Jan, 7 2015 @ 08:04 AM
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a reply to: Annunak1

The house of Saud have US by the balls thru OPEC with the Petrodollar and the day Saudis do not sell oil in Petrodollar the Ponzi economy of the US will implode. Money talks and House of Saud have the money while US have the will to sell itself for the money.


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posted on Jan, 9 2015 @ 11:34 PM
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In all the Sunni Arab Uprising there are people fighting for what they believe is democracy dying. Then the Salafi/Wahabbi thinking come forward and the whole thing becomes a mess.


Saudi Arabia is also Sunni Funny how there wasn't any Arab Uprising protest.



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