Syria's Assad Will Go, Says US, As UN Vote Nears

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posted on Jan, 30 2012 @ 05:06 PM
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Syria's Assad Will Go, Says US, As UN Vote Nears


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The US has called on countries to decide where they stand on what it calls the Syrian regime's brutality.

Activists say 95 people were killed across Syria on Monday in cities including Damascus and Homs.

The White House said President Bashar al-Assad had lost control of Syria, adding "he will go".

Russia has said it will block a UN resolution calling for Mr Assad to hand power to a deputy who would then form a government of national unity.

Moscow said the text - proposed by the Arab League and backed by the US, the UK and France - was "not balanced" and would "leave open the
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posted on Jan, 30 2012 @ 05:06 PM
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There we have it, "Assad will go".

This is something many of us have been speculating on (rightly so it would seem for quite a while now) and has become officially apparrent.

The conspiring of the West aside, in reality any head of any nation responsible for (5000+, allegedly) deaths of it's own citizens at the hands of government forces can not continue on for long.

The only spanner that has been thrown in the works of the West in this scenario is Russia. Russia, adamantly defending Syria, for the good of humanity or for their interests in the region? You figure it out.

Will Assad concede power to a deputy witht he vision of forming a unity government? That is the question as he seems to be quite stubborn regarding relinquishing power, can the Russians put it to him with enough influence to make this happen? If not, the only other option is a military one, IMO.

We're in the cinema watching trailers, the feature length presentation begins soon.

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posted on Jan, 30 2012 @ 05:45 PM
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If the NATO goon squads and mercs are not stopped in Syria they will show up next in Iran and eventually Russia.

Putin should tell the west to go "bugger off".


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posted on Jan, 30 2012 @ 05:49 PM
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What about the 200,000 odd deaths from Pharmaceutical 'mistakes' in the U.S that the U.S Government allows through the FDA?

Those deaths are on the U.S Governments hands... I don't see any uproar about that.



posted on Jan, 30 2012 @ 05:51 PM
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Another one bites the dust. Then the country will be turned over to the Muslim extremists. In case no one has paid attention. Every Middle Eastern country the west has over thrown is now run by the mullahs and sharia law.





 
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