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Originally posted by grand489
Anyone see any leads to Hamas in all this? Maybe they are trying to rid themselves of Syria's control??
I think that the what is going on is, the status quo in the mid east had to go, the USA recognized the fact that SOME ACTIONS needed to be undertaken thru the entire region to shake loose those radicle elements that were oppressing/terrorizing people, and give the rest of the population the chance to end business as usual.
Yet another country calling for Syria to pull out of Lebanon...........There is definitely something brewing, and it involves a host of countries that are usually antagonistic towards each other. I mean, Saudi Arabia, France, Russia, America, Israel, (others I'm forgetting) all calling for the same thing...
Lets assume that this statement is true for a moment....
Right now, they are working to get the "hot potato" out of Syria's hands. They are working to help limit the United State's ability to act with aggression.
Could it be that George W. Bush, the president everyone loves to hate, is actually ... succeeding?
Yes it would probably KILL a few to actually admit this....While it IS still to early to determine if Bush was right,
Man would that piss off the Bush sucks crowd to no end. Its premature to say for sure, and some breaks went Bush's way like Arafat moving on etc.
Good for you Gaz.
Now, I despise Bush just as much as most here, but I do wish him (and all of America), luck with this one...
Your so called crusade appears to be showing results now eh?
Many others would have acheived this point two years ago, but that's neither here nor there. Now lets just hope he doesn't muck it up by going on another crusade, shall we?
Originally posted by lost
regardless of the outcome, its the thought that counts - so what if bush and company get a happy ending, what were/are their intentions?
If you thought my last post was cute...
...You'll be blushing at the end of this one.
A great example of an Israeli/"Zionist" think tank would have to be the Institute for Advanced Strategic and Political Studies. They produce a number of documents relating to strategy for Israeli/Zionist regional dominance, one of which would be a little diddy called A Clean Break: A New Strategy for Securing The Realm .
This document urges a new strategy to regional dominance, one "based on an entirely new intellectual foundation, one that restores strategic initiative and provides the nation the room to engage every possible energy on rebuilding Zionism".
The White House Stage Manages the “Get Syria” Move
After 9/11, Administration neo-cons offered a "noble lie" to sell the public on the need to invade and occupy Iraq (The Iraqis will shower our troops with flowers and kisses). The same group has invented a new "virtuous prevarication" to build support for an attack on Syria. Ignoring recent testimony by CIA Director Porter J. Goss that "Islamic extremists are exploiting the Iraqi conflict to recruit new anti-U.S. jihadists" (Washington Post, February 17, 2005), this group of high US officials in Defense, State and the Vice President's office have organized a "get Syria" movement.
Originally posted by flukemol
so iraq under usa.usa should not be there.but there telling syria to pull out from somewhere we cant even see.where are my blinders i can see any truth in all this.oh if the saudis get involded in this oh my.thats right get the beehive all pissed off.this agenda is in nightmare mode.
Originally posted by Seekerof
The Lebanese people, among those nations backing the Lebanese situation with Syria, want a total and complete withdrawal/pullout.
Hezbollah is also an effective political party in Lebanon and holds 12 of the 128 seats in the Lebanese parliament. Since 2000, when it successfully drove Israeli troops from a 40-kilometer “security zone” in southern Lebanon after 22 years of occupation, Hezbollah has increasingly asserted its influence among Lebanon’s Shiite Muslims—the country’s largest religious group—by establishing social programs, hospitals, and schools.