Hello ATS this is my first post. I have been a bit outraged in our (USA) involvement in these Middle Eastern conflicts. A video was posted on
YouTube on August 12, 2012 showing a mass of rebels throwing people from rooftops while many others lay dead in the street. The two thrown from the
rooftop appear to be wearing military attire while the bodies on the ground are dressed in civilian clothing. A video that raises questions as to who
is REALLY murdering civilians in Syria. These U.S. supported "Freedom Fighters" are seemingly nothing more than a group of savage terrorist. We have
been strategically going throughout the Middle East taking out regimes one by one in the name of OIL. We have been supporting rebels with known
Al-Qaeda ties along with Al-Qaeda itself in order to take down these regimes. These are NOT freedom fighters. These people have no interest in a
true democracy. Their actions speak for themselves. What we are supporting is unconstitutional and no amount of western propaganda can blind us from
the truth. Anyways here's your Freedom Fighters and tax dollars at work.
Anyone who can support this sickening display of inhumane behavior for whatever reason, is a monster. Simple as that. I don't care how evil Assad is,
if this is Syria's future, The west should be ashamed of themselves for supporting any group capable of committing such atrocities. Of course, it's
the true monsters who have orchestrated this nonsense to begin with.
Terrorists in Syria Hang Shiite Child after Killing Family Members
Iraqi human rights activists said that armed rebel groups attacked the house of a Shiite Iraqi family... in the capital city of Damascus, killed
all members of the family and hanged the last one, a little child.
The massacre is said to have badly damaged the western-backed rebels and opposition forces' ability to claim the moral high ground in their fight
against Damascus and showed their accusations that Syrian President Bashar Assad's forces are conducting war crimes are nothing but lies.
The biggest problem is no one knows who is on the roof.
It certainly looks like insurgents using a fear and terror campaign to prevent the citizens from turning on them, but more information needs to be
obtained from witnesses to know exactly who was up there and who those thrown off are.
It looks like Maluhia was able to fill in some of the blanks, thank you, my slow typing prevented me from reading your reply before I finished
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The Media including Aljazeera is all corrupt
and support the foreign murderer killing innocent syrian and their familly
if they dont support and help them against assad
if you refuse to curse assad when they catch you .. its over for you
kids or elders
See this letter to Kofi
wonder why he have quit his mediator role last week
because nothing he will do will change the situation
Kofi was used for a facade PR
Letter from First Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs and Expatriates in the Arab Republic of Syria, Walid Al Moallem, to Kofi Anan, UN Special
Envoy. In this letter, the truth about Syria is explained, a truth that is radically different from the nonsense fueling the FUKUS* Axis'
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There is nothing shocking about this video.....
Dont you people uderstand this IS just business as usual for most insurgents........day in day out...killing killing thats all they do man.....
There is no way to tell who killed who or why.....This is just baseless propaganda.....a tear jerk for the anti war
guys, another accusation/ guilt trip for the anti americans,
another anti rebel statement with no proof whos doing what....Those people may have been cheering the killing onwards like the various turncoats got
treated after liberation in WW2.....
Is there real iformation to go with this video, and a confirmation its Syria, not Yemen, orN igeria, or wherever whenever....?
Other wise wasted thread wasted time...
True enough but that's what I'm saying about jumping to conclusions.
There are a lot of people in government who wear civies. I don't know if that's the case here like I said earlier war is nasty business.
The whole damn thing is just sad because it was so preventable.
You are also jumping to conclusions. It doesn't make it "right" just because you offer a different narrative, based on your paradigm.
Either way, this is not good conduct. I don't care to hear "that is just war" or have someone try to "bargain" with me. The point is that the US is
supporting the rebels, this isn't just an observation and then people making a judgment. The US took a side in this, so that means we are
partly responsible for all of this. I think this is what most people are upset about.. the interventionist policy that is driving this
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I am now 100% convinced that the FSA are nothing more than hired terrorists. I know there is no verification of where this took place or who is doing
it but I certainly don't think this is the work of the Syrian pro Assad army. I agree with the above poster. The USA and the rest of the rag-tag
countries involved are partly responsible for this and the likes of Hilary Clinton and co, should be arrested and charged with wars crimes. This is
what our tax money is paying for, congratulations... Well spent, hey?
You all sit on your high horses making judgements about people you know nothing about.
As somebody else stated how do you know this is Syria? How do you know this isn't from Libya, Iraq, or some other god forsaken place?
You all talk about how brainwashed most Americans are by the msm but you are just a bunch of hypocrites!
You see some random video posted on YT telling you what is happening and you automatically take it for face value no questions asked?
I am very disappointed........I expected more from ATS.
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