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Syria in state of war, says Bashar al-Assad

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posted on Jun, 26 2012 @ 10:44 PM
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Originally posted by ChaoticOrder


Same to you sir. Good use of emotion to hide the illogical premise in your argument. Snappy job.



Glad you're "playing" the role of "Judging" posts......
Too bad you added NOTHING to the thread......




There is NO illogical premise to it.

The dead cant tell you why they died under HIS rule,now can they ?



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posted on Jun, 26 2012 @ 10:47 PM
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reply to post by princeofpeace
 


Sure by killing people, spot of torture too - hear it's quite popular in all sorts of countries these days. I'm just saying that the west steps in and a hell of a lot more people die. If death is a bad thing to our western sensibilities why do we go to these complex countries and mess them up so badly that there's even more death. Should be a simple concept even for an aged mind like your own.

If we're so opposed to unelected leaders then maybe we should focus on Saudi Arabia, Bahrain, China, Turkmenistan, Chad - actually it's a big list can't be bothered to type them all out, there's over 40.

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posted on Jun, 26 2012 @ 11:21 PM
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The US/UK won't put line dogs in this SAS and blanket heads or SEAL since they are in theatre anyway.Maybe PRCs,more deniable.Otherwise no overt activity.We're still in scrimmage for the party in Iran.We have just after all said "screw you" to EVERYONE who we oppose in a really obvious way,the sailors,Marines in the pacific, a well placed NK flag,the rather public announcement we are considering secret missions into Pakistan and a missile sheild for the Bear to be distracted . that is just what we see.



posted on Jun, 26 2012 @ 11:57 PM
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Originally posted by neo96
No US BOOT's on the ground in Syria enough American blood has been shed.


There were never any U.S. boots on the ground in Libya either **officially**



posted on Jun, 27 2012 @ 12:45 AM
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I'm glad he worked it out. Maybe now he can identify the terrorists and put an end to it



posted on Jun, 27 2012 @ 12:50 AM
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Originally posted by sonnny1

Originally posted by ChaoticOrder


Same to you sir. Good use of emotion to hide the illogical premise in your argument. Snappy job.



Glad you're "playing" the role of "Judging" posts......
Too bad you added NOTHING to the thread......




There is NO illogical premise to it.

The dead cant tell you why they died under HIS rule,now can they ?


No different to why dead Iraqis and Afghans cant either. Don't forget Pakistan and Gaza and every other place where yous have left your footprints. I'm sure the body count would be much more than a rag-tag dictator in Syria.



posted on Jun, 27 2012 @ 01:05 AM
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You call it civil war, I call it natural selection. Although I'm surprised the CIA isn't instigating conflict between my two nuts. Those guys think they run the world. Screw you CIA. And screw you everyone else.



posted on Jun, 27 2012 @ 11:06 AM
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reply to post by Aloysius the Gaul
 


the only war is the g5 nations war against terra
oh i mean terror



posted on Jun, 27 2012 @ 11:40 AM
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Either way when he says "state of war" is he speaking metaphorically or is he indicating that he is about to change his military tactics/strategy?



posted on Jun, 27 2012 @ 11:45 AM
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Originally posted by princeofpeace
Either way when he says "state of war" is he speaking metaphorically or is he indicating that he is about to change his military tactics/strategy?


No he was secretly telling us what the situation really was in a way that we can understand.

He said real state of war, meaning real estate war. A proposed terminal of the Silk Road is undergoing a real estate war. Well is that so surprising when you think of the potential the region has? For trade and commerce.



posted on Jun, 27 2012 @ 11:58 AM
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I am going to have to go with NO arming the islamist....

If anything arm ASSAD, the country will be better off with him

then the fanatical christian killers...

Other then that, Syria has been in a state of war for over a year now, funny how
everything was under control now out of the thin blue air they got problems?

Assad should step down and become a comedian if anything because this guy cracks me up



posted on Jun, 27 2012 @ 12:57 PM
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Here is a little background from 2008...
Land ownership laws changed to encourage investment.
www.sebcsyria.com...

So then some investments were made by Arabs, and large amounts spent.

But now it appears as if rampant land speculation accompanied by violence has ensued, due to the fact that when the troops leave Iraq and Afghanistan in 2014 the Silk Road will reopen and trade goods will flow making Syria and Israel and Iran and Turkey key ports for the shipping of goods, backed by gigantic trade moguls in the East.



posted on Jun, 27 2012 @ 01:04 PM
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This is your facist regime right here that your country is planning on nuking and starting World War III over.
www.sebcsyria.com...

Wow how heinous is that? They look like you. What could be worse than that?



posted on Jun, 27 2012 @ 01:21 PM
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So why don't we want to build a dry dock for these people again? Since we are the ones rebuilding the Silk Road. Is that what we are supposed to be discussing in Geneva on Saturday?

Will the IMF be lending money to Syria to build that dry dock? Would it even be politically correct now that he has been defamed by circumstances beyond his control?

May 30th 2010...

500 Syrian Ships Need Drydock for Repair and Maintenance


www.memrieconomicblog.org...

It seems reasonable to me, to invest money in that region, and build trade depots in Syria, Israel, Iran, Turkey, in order to facilitate trade.

And then build a hub as well in Greece and Cyprus and Perhaps Gaza and then on the Suez, and then London, Berlin, Madrid, Amsterdam, and just keep going, since we have 450 billion dollars, and we could build 90 trade depots if we spent 5 billion on each.

Thats economic development. And jobs. Without jobs, you cannot pay rent. Without rent, property owners and investors cannot get a return on investment. Real Estate slumps, banking tightens, business suffers.

But then, retail space goes down and business moves back in. But still until you have growth, no one can go to their shops and buy anything.



posted on Jun, 27 2012 @ 01:31 PM
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Send in the Jewish squatters and we will start inching the border over.
lol

Then we will seize the water rights, and open up a terrorist newspaper.

(rubbing hands)



posted on Jun, 27 2012 @ 01:50 PM
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Whats the ramifications of our trade backbone plan? Well industrial areas, places where goods usually meet for transport, those areas will receive a boost, globally, but its not passenger travel, so basically its an infrastructure boost that will support business development, it is not in itself a business in that sense.

It creates employment, and then it serves the people as modern facilities which allow for the quick reliable shipment of goods. For instance for the Internet.

So then it ends up benefiting the middle class world wide, and as the emerging economies emerge, capacity to move goods is available since we built an infrastructure. And we will take advantage of this and use it to organize global food distribution, to assist in famine relief, and we will store and stockpile surplus when we can for long term storage, and assist the UN that way.

There should be warehouses, and backup power, for cold storage, and of course facilities to ship by land sea and air, but I would hope, that at some point, they may have trade outposts, in cities, where people can just go and pick up their parcels. If that is what they prefer rather than try to connect with Fed Ex or whoever.

Fed Ex can leave it at the depot and people can pick it up.



posted on Jun, 27 2012 @ 02:05 PM
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If we want to help the banks, then we need to give them something to do. So this will give them something to do. Build a whole bunch of trade depots. And wherever possible, get the land for free. If a country wants a 5 billion dollar trade depot they should donate the land.
We don't want to dicker over land.
We are like a non profit organization.

So then if you decide that in order to boost certain banks that have suffered, then you can give them some preferential treatment for certain lengths of time. For instance if they agree to create a new institution that will support this trade network financially then we may help fund it.
That is to say like a storefront banking system for business that exists through the trade network.
There will be a small mall in these centers.


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posted on Jun, 27 2012 @ 02:18 PM
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If we build these trade depots, they wouldn't be ordinary trade depots, these would be money making machines.

If we put a small mall inside, and have a banking institution serving shops, taking deposits insuring inventory all of small business services, and we put forward a good image of reliability and safety, and organization, then they will line up to get in in some areas.

And in there as well, we help people deal with immigration, so shop owners can learn about proper laws and use them to staff their businesses if that is what they are doing. So you have government outposts in there also in the form of inspection offices , customs and duties. In America the system is extremely complex in its trade relationships you need customs agents as do other large countries.

Its a way to clean away the spaghetti from the board, without affecting it, and building a proper trade backbone as a support system for global Internet commerce.



posted on Jun, 27 2012 @ 02:23 PM
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reply to post by Aloysius the Gaul
 


f... the t... lets arm the rebels to the teeth and let them fight it!



posted on Jun, 27 2012 @ 02:28 PM
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Ok, so if its the backbone for Internet shipping and trade, well we are smart people who know how to avoid conflict.

So we will not graduate a scale of size, we will just say, 5 billion each, 90 hubs period.

And you better consider that as 2.5 billion, and that is all you will get, then when you screw up totally, it will under no circumstances whatsoever, exceed your budget of 5 billion.

And you can build a project the size of Singapore Airport for 5 billion. So thats plenty of money for a darn good trade depot, as described, with labs for testing food and all the scientific marvels.

Then we will use the cloud distribution system, which has shown itself to be unstoppable.
Goods will get to market, and people will eat.




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