posted on Jun, 22 2012 @ 02:04 PM
reply to post by EvanB
Considering this man has bombarded Turkey the past few days and has been murdering his own people and plotting against all peaceful interests, I
believe ti's tame to enter a NATO treaty for talks.
The Syrian leaders cannot run the show and butcher the people at the same time.
One must fall and nobody can say the Syrian leader didn't earn it. Undoubtedly, innocents who die in the ensuing war will be the talk of this forum.
Too bad they don't understand the big picture.
In global affairs, benefit of the doubt reigns. The syrian leader did not earn benefit of the doubt. Just like Saddam and Gaddafi before him, he will
fall having taken one too many liberties with his rule.
I wish I could say it's easier, but it's not. Syria is an ally of Iran and both are working steadfast against the interests of world peace. I don't
see a peaceful resolution to these matters since the leaders of these countries refuse to negotiate fairly and, worse, they kill their own people to
govern. The UN is truly stretching beyond its means to be peaceful, but it's reaching its limits.
It may not happen this year, but I guarantee you that it will eventually. Too many people in that area of the world hold deep hatred of anything not
Islam or not Iranian allied. Their leaders feed them garbage on state-run TV and fill them with equal portions in their state-run school system. The
kids that come out of their schools are indoctrinated into this belief system and will fight to the death to uphold it. Those that break from the mind
control are executed or hunted down and/or refused entry into the country. This all ensures that a war will happen sooner or later unless a miracle
happens. It's so implausible that a miracle would happen that I can't even imagine how it would happen. I keep seeing Zeus striking chosen people with
a bolt of lightning and then somehow everything is fixed. But that's as far as my vision goes. It's not plausible anyway. It's not forgivable to sit
back silently as these regimes murder, kill and steal their way to victory. Peace loving nations must respond to this evil to have hte moral high
ground and to bring justice to that part of the world, especially the kids.
Remember that the children didn't choose to be born in Syria or Iran or whatever. They're thrust into the hands of these tyrants and dragged through
their mind control machines. Who'll save them?
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