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British, Qatari troops already waging secret war in Syria?

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posted on Feb, 10 2012 @ 03:36 AM
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Well this just gets more and more like Libya re-booted

British and Qatari troops are directing rebel ammunition deliveries and tactics in the bloody battle for Homs, according to an Israeli website known for links to intelligence sources.

You would think the average man on the street would be starting to see the patterns here yet here we are ready to rush headlong into the next massacre

After the Russian veto dealt a severe blow to their agenda, now they are in a state of desperation where they’ll probably stop at nothing to try and regain the momentum again”, said Rizk.


“For the West it’s not about negotiations; it’s about overthrowing a regime which is part of a border block which Western powers want to get rid of.”

Cmon enough is enough this madness has to end or the whole world is going to go down the gurgler
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posted on Feb, 10 2012 @ 04:06 AM
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The war and the protests in Syria are being funded by the west. There is more than enough evidence to support that idea. The progoganda machine is in full swing like some of the bull that is coming from the news...... They want to overthrow just like they have in Libya, Iraq and Afganistan. To insert there central banks...



posted on Feb, 10 2012 @ 04:25 AM
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“For the West it’s not about negotiations; it’s about overthrowing a regime which is part of a border block which Western powers want to get rid of.”


Damn straight. It has gone way past that already because Assad won't budge. One thing I find so funny about ATS is how the left wingers were so adamant that Mubarek had to go based on a tiny % of the Egyptian population (I did not see 81 million people protesting) but yet Assad is defended so vigorously when he is actively involved in performing genocide in his own community to anyone who does not share his opinion. At least Mubarek was not killing people like Assad on a daily basis. Massive double standard. Assad has to go. Just ask the rest of the middle eastern governments (with the exception of their terrorist buddies Iran). The Arab League had to abandon the situation because there was just no chance of resolving the issue.

Do you honestly think the killing in Syria by the government will stop if the pressure is removed? If anything they will become more out of control and more animal like because no one is making them accountable.



posted on Feb, 10 2012 @ 05:10 AM
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Originally posted by purplemer
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The war and the protests in Syria are being funded by the west. There is more than enough evidence to support that idea. The progoganda machine is in full swing like some of the bull that is coming from the news...... They want to overthrow just like they have in Libya, Iraq and Afganistan. To insert there central banks...

Of course they are being funded by the west and they are getting desperate to get the show going,ive covered a lot of this here in this thread
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