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If Assad Forces Were Behind The Massacre In Houla, Why Are Rebel Supporters Displaying The Image on

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posted on Jun, 25 2012 @ 04:15 AM
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If Assad Forces Were Behind The Massacre In Houla, Why Are Rebel Supporters Displaying The Image on Soical Media Sites?
While i was on facebook i noticed this pattern by few Syrian Rebel Supporters whom most of them had and are still Displaying that horrific, graphic image of those some 80 children or so on there facebook background they added that image on the top of there account as an wallpaper.
They are proudly displaying it even though the facebook rules states the following.

People use Facebook to share events through photos and videos. We understand that graphic imagery is a regular component of current events, but must balance the needs of a diverse community. Sharing any graphic content for sadistic pleasure is prohibited.

This is the user
Source FB

The source claims that he had studied at Harvard University even though he has been trolling facebook with the Videos from Syria from the Rebels apparently.

And yes he even likes Anderson Cooper





REPLACING THE OLD FLAG AT THE EMBASSY WITH SYRIAN INDEPENDENCE FLAG IN WASHINGTON DC

Written in Caps.

Notice anything familiar?

The Anti- Assad picture on His facebook remind so much of those anti Gaddafi drawings, they are very much alike.








Very familiar drawings, maybe the artist did it for both sides apparently. The other issue that i have is this, every time i try and challenge the Syrian rebel supporters i always bring up this question.

Why are there two undemocratic countries of Qatar and Saudi Arabia, helping and funding the Syrian Rebels?

When i do ask them i get either blocked or insulted.

One such response was this.

All these scenes coming out of #Syria & u still want to debate? Shame and disgrace on you!

Shame on me just because i wanted to debate with him? and after that he blocked he never answered my questions.
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posted on Jun, 25 2012 @ 04:27 AM
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Of course it was the Israluminati backed "rebels" that perpetrated the massacre. The evidence is too overwhelming to even bother. Point is overdone. There is no Syrian opposition to Assad, but that which Israel and the US has created..



posted on Jun, 25 2012 @ 07:48 AM
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You cannot start a revolution of hundreds of thousand of people merely on the instigation of Western agents. Terror squads, yes. Coup d'états, yes. But how are you supposed to bring hundreds of thousands on the streets - most of them risking their lives and their childrens etc? Unless discontent is legitimate, because the regime was basically evil and bloody.

I guess you simply do not know the horrors that have been happening inside Syria for decades now under the Assad family. Or you assume they are manufactured by Israeli agents.

Well, I got a surprise. Those horrors mostly did happen. Reality isn't as manufactured after all (unless you are a Scientologist).

Children were murdered in classes as a matter of routine for simple dissent or questioning by the parents. At which point an average man starts to think there is NOTHING LEFT TO LOSE.

There was a book out in Hungary on the regime's abuses against its own people, authored by a medical doctor who decided to come here and learn a new language (he speaks Hungarian perfectly) rather than continue to live under the threats of Assad. (Hungary is a pretty poor country, where most medical doctors make less than the cleaning women of Western countries.)
This book came out way before the current discontent turned into armed confrontation.

If you say Syrian rebellion is helped by the West, I say yes, that is most likely. For its own interests, yes, most likely.
If you say all there is to it is a bunch of agents stirring the pot, then I say, you, sir, know absolutely nothing about human nature, and the psychology of masses even less. And, that the West is pretty much seeing its own reflection everywhere.

Did the West help out Hungary in 1956? Where similar scenes were perpetrated by the Stalinist secret police?
No, all they did was accept a few hundred thousand refugees.
It was all laid out in the cards.



posted on Jun, 25 2012 @ 08:26 AM
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Well, I got a surprise. Those horrors mostly did happen. Reality isn't as manufactured after all (unless you are a Scientologist).

Oh No aren't they you say? Ok i guess you missed the Danny Activist thing have you?

Watch this then reply.

Yes Reality can be manufactured and why? because how the elites want to play it.



posted on Jun, 25 2012 @ 08:29 AM
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I guess by your post you view that the Libyan intervention was a great success don't you?



But how are you supposed to bring hundreds of thousands on the streets - most of them risking their lives and their childrens etc? Unless discontent is legitimate, because the regime was basically evil and bloody.


By the US Dept. of State, country's profile.


"After the Hama uprising, the Islamist insurrection was broken, and the Brotherhood has since operated in exile while other factions surrendered or slipped into hiding. Government attitudes in Syria hardened considerably during the uprising, and Assad would rely more on repressive than on political tactics for the remainder of his rule, although an economic liberalization began in the 1990s"

So even back then the hardcore Islamists were trying to gain power and as of now we are helping them to do just that.

By any means necessary it seems, funny that the US Dept. of State, didn't want to mention the Muslim Brotherhood by name other then calling them as the Brotherhood.



posted on Jun, 26 2012 @ 08:07 PM
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Yes, by itself, I would call the Lybia operation a success. They actually prevented mass tragedies but as alwys, they could have acted sooner.
Coupled with that the old dictator there (an angel compared to Assad Jr.) was promoting an odd style of true Socialism coupled with Pan-African feelings - with some token solidarity to Islam only, radical Islam had not much of a footing. They were marginal - unlike any other country. You see, under Kadhafi, they got free housing, electricity, gas, studies.
Islamists won the election in Egypt, the single most multicultural of Arab Centres.
This points to aggressive Islamic fundamentalism (Arab nationalism) rising in the whole region.
From that point of view, Kadhafi was better. As Arabs, Lybians will be swept up in the coming great Juhad...



posted on Jun, 27 2012 @ 05:37 AM
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Yes, by itself, I would call the Lybia operation a success. They actually prevented mass tragedies but as alwys, they could have acted sooner.

Mass tragedies fabricated by no other then this man, Bernard Henri he claimed that Gaddafi would create mass tragedies even though he was all this in favor for a NATO air strikes which it happened.

Source



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posted on Jul, 2 2012 @ 09:45 PM
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As the moment i reported and had posted about this, it seems the user Saqr Omia has been banned from facebook.

Because he broke the rules.



People use Facebook to share events through photos and videos. We understand that graphic imagery is a regular component of current events, but must balance the needs of a diverse community. Sharing any graphic content for sadistic pleasure is prohibited.


He as a Rebel supporter was using that image of the dead children of the Massacre In Houla, for his sadistic pleasure.
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