Syria's Assad Warns of World Apocalyptic War

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posted on Nov, 9 2012 @ 09:42 PM
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In a rare interview with Russia Today TV, President Bashar al-Assad vigorously clarified his stance on the current Syrian crisis created by the West and some regional states including Saudi Arabia, Turkey and Qatar and warned them of the apocalyptic consequences of any foreign intervention in Syria. Read more: www.disclose.tv...


"Apocalyptic Consequences" he says, eh? This guy is a loose cannon. I was more worried about Netanyahu than Assad in the turmoil in the Middle East... looks like I might be wrong!

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posted on Nov, 9 2012 @ 09:46 PM
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That man might actually be on to something. Maybe an epiphany. Ricochet.



posted on Nov, 9 2012 @ 09:50 PM
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Rantings of an Arab mad man. We've seen how many mad Arabs in the last forty years.????



posted on Nov, 9 2012 @ 09:57 PM
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Anyone can set into place a sequence that can cause world war three. Look at how Bin Laden caused a big increase in our national debt. You don't think we are actually paying for the TSA do you, any new expenses are just added to the national debt.



posted on Nov, 9 2012 @ 10:10 PM
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So...do we have a new boogeyman now? I was really hoping Americans would stick with Iran, instead of switching to a new one. At least they are funding Al-Qaeda in Syria, because that makes sense...



posted on Nov, 9 2012 @ 10:11 PM
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I have no love for tyrants like Assad, but he is no "madman" and the "rebels" are almost certainly Western backed mercenaries. The blowback from our actions in the region will hurt us more than help us. If we do go in to Syria, there is no way Iran doesn't get involved. Russia and China may not sit out. The Muslim world would see it as an attack on them. Bush's overdrawn bellicosity combined with Obama's weak turd yellow back policies have created empowered Islamic states who would certainly side with Syria/Iran, maybe even a nuclear Pakistan.

Combine those potential events with the certain economic collapse of Europe and the U.S. As the US just voted to quickly bankrupt itself and destroy its middle class, we'd also be further overstretched through military expenditures. Severe civil unrest at home combined with further militarization would likely result in a highly destabilized homefront confronted with an angry, empowered Islamic world.

Maybe not the apocalypse but US actions against Syria could result in a situation where the consequences far outweigh the reward (whatever that is)



posted on Nov, 9 2012 @ 10:18 PM
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I always ask myself "what would amerika do" hmmm....

So a foreign force has sent mercenaries to the united states, they are bombing buildings, causing terror shooting down amerikan jets, assassinating officials. They are trying to overthrow Obama you have Russia, China, and all those wishing to have our resources. They fund, train, supply weapons, and intelligence to the foreign forces. Canada and Mexico decide to aid these attackers and jump on board.

Well you know in that scenario the great united states of Amerika would just sit on there hands and not fight back because as everyone in europe knows due to propoganda media this is for the good of overthrowing dictator Obama who has been just evil too his people and needs to be gone for not toeing the international line set in stone by the ruling powers.

Sound a little familiar but change the name to amerika arming, training, funding providing intelligence, and causing terror and I believe you have what is happening in Syria at this time. You have the unofficial rulers of the world unhappy a puppet is no longer a puppet and has decided to not end up like Ghadaffi another just "evil" man (face palm) and fight back against a foreign invading force not made up of syrians but mercenaries who are dead set on causing chaos.

Call Assad what you may but wear the shoes of a man under siege form the "greatest country on earth" (snicker snicker) and ask yourself would amerika sit on there hands or fight back against foreign invaders, would amerika stand down and let outside powers dictate the lives of the people under siege. I hardly think so, I think if anything you would see shock and awe instead of fighting in the streets blood would be shed at an incredible rate.

Yet we on this site have the audacity to condemn a country under just the same scenario that I describe and continue to have Assad be the evil person. I by no means think he's some sort of hero but put the shoes on the other foot and tell me that great savior Obama, or any president for that matter would let some outside force take over there country.

Any one with objective thinking who can dig deeper than the BS we are fed understands there is so much more to the syrian conflict than the people unhappy with assad heck we see threads all the time with syrians calling BS on what the western media presents as facts from there country. As long as we the people keep supporting this crap and let our governments wage proxy wars to overthrow those that don't folow there script we are always gonna to be in a perpetual state of war. And anyone that agrees with our governments doing this really needs a lesson in human understanding, cause I am totally not OK with waging wars to overthrow people just cause AMERIKA is a little asshurt that their puppet cut the strings that held him down, and no longer follows there orders

SaneThinking
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posted on Nov, 9 2012 @ 10:26 PM
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More likely a regional crisis.



posted on Nov, 9 2012 @ 10:29 PM
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He may very well have a point..... I believe I've seen Israel recently saying they'd attack outright if they saw the rebels taking control of the chemical weapons where they know the location of it. Assad moved a bunch awhile back if everyone recalls the stir it made. I wonder how much is now in unknown locations. It's his country, so I still don't see where he doesn't have the right...unless he uses them. The same can be said for the U.S. or any 'WMD' power though and Syria has long term stability (by that region's standards) with Assad being old school type leadership that DOES think long term years and not 24hr news cycles.

I really don't know personally if he could or would use them as a first strike. I don't know of anything he's done to show he's that cold if not evil to do that. His father did, but this isn't his Dad now. Whatever the case, we need to stop taking sides in this thing altogether. Before 9/11, the U.S. considered a hands off in internal conflicts of other nations to be a core national value....that of course then got used to justify more war but hey, we didn't do this crap openly.
Now it's front and center public policy.



posted on Nov, 9 2012 @ 10:31 PM
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Well Syria has admitted to having chemical warfare agents that it would use if a foreign country were to invade its borders.



posted on Nov, 10 2012 @ 08:31 AM
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Originally posted by pierregustavetoutant

Combine those potential events with the certain economic collapse of Europe and the U.S. As the US just voted to quickly bankrupt itself and destroy its middle class, we'd also be further overstretched through military expenditures. Severe civil unrest at home combined with further militarization would likely result in a highly destabilized homefront confronted with an angry, empowered Islamic world.

Bush's overdrawn bellicosity combined with Obama's weak turd yellow back policies have created empowered Islamic states


That is painful truth, and as in pack animals, the weak are plucked out by the pack or by a faster, stronger, and hungry predator. That hungry predator could be any number of joined forces.

America has a vast number of enemies now, each one just chomping at the bit, frothing at the mouth in anticipation of taking us down. Economic collapse and civil unrest would be the least of my worries.

"A perfect time to crush once and for all those meddling arrogant Americans...weak and on their knees."

My greatest concern would be China hitting our west, Russia our East, maybe taking Canada while they are at it, sharing the spoils. They are testing our shores now with their subs now. Who knows where we will be in a year. Five years.

Subs Skirt US Coast
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posted on Nov, 10 2012 @ 08:35 AM
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Dr Assad is far from a mad man

He knows exactly whats coming from this conflict and it has been mentioned in Islamic and Christian prophecies.

What happens in Syria will shortly spread in all direction, already we see 2 factions formed.



posted on Nov, 10 2012 @ 08:41 AM
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My personal opinion? I think the last thing Syria wants to do is continue to ruffle the feathers of Turkey. They just need to contain their civil war and everyone needs to stay out of it. Civil war is an ugly thing but it is what it is. When people within a country rise up against the Gov...that is all the players that need to be involved. I will be quite upset if we continue to "dabble" in this country's internal issues. It is none of our business.

Sure-sure....it de-stabilizes a region but again...this is an internal affair. Would we want the Chinese or Russians filtering aid into our country if we had a civil uprising? Only to feel they have a hand in what shakes out? I do not want to go there.

This is an internal Syrian matter and the world needs to mind it's own business.



posted on Nov, 11 2012 @ 09:51 PM
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Originally posted by pierregustavetoutant
I have no love for tyrants like Assad, but he is no "madman" and the "rebels" are almost certainly Western backed mercenaries. The blowback from our actions in the region will hurt us more than help us. If we do go in to Syria, there is no way Iran doesn't get involved. Russia and China may not sit out. The Muslim world would see it as an attack on them. Bush's overdrawn bellicosity combined with Obama's weak turd yellow back policies have created empowered Islamic states who would certainly side with Syria/Iran, maybe even a nuclear Pakistan.

Combine those potential events with the certain economic collapse of Europe and the U.S. As the US just voted to quickly bankrupt itself and destroy its middle class, we'd also be further overstretched through military expenditures. Severe civil unrest at home combined with further militarization would likely result in a highly destabilized homefront confronted with an angry, empowered Islamic world.

Maybe not the apocalypse but US actions against Syria could result in a situation where the consequences far outweigh the reward (whatever that is)


Your post sounds like something out of an alternate universe. Obama's "weak turd yellow back policies" -...and just when most people were thinking how he's much more warlord than they expected, springing off actions in several nations, while giving a nuclear-armed Pakistan the finger, and telling them that yes, we'll fly our drones where we damn well please, and no, we will not accept your telling us we can't invade your country to take out bin Laden and others.

Then the bit about the "certain" economic collapse of the US...you do realize the economy has been growing, and that during the Obama administration, slowed, then reversed the trend of debt increase percentage gains outpacing GDP percentage gains, right? Counting debt dollars is something 4-year-old mentalities do. Analyzing debt to GDP is for the grownups. Those who have, continue to ridicule those who think we're facing some limbaughian debt collapse. The U.S. Economy is STRONG. It just isn't at one of its stronger points. The debt situation isn't as good as it was in the 1960's, but its not as bad as it was in the 1940's.

I really wish fear-mongers would at least use SKEWED facts as opposed to 100% complete and total fantasy. A simple Macro-Economics 101 class, or an occasional glimpse at factual numbers and analysis from any source will convince even the most die-hard "sky is falling" type that we're fine.

The last part is what really confuses me. The US just voted to quickly bankrupt itself? Again, I realize we elected a Republican-dominated House again, and while their fiscal policies these past years have encouraged continued 100-year-low tax rates and all-time-high military spending, what the Republicans have done through their low-tax, big-spending policies has helped to turn around the collapse of 2008. As I stated earlier, the economy is growing, and the Debt:GDP ratio is shrinking. I don't think that would have changed any had we handed over the reins of fiscal policy to the Democrats. That said, your certainty about our collapse and about what Americans voted for seems so far outside the realm of reality as to be something from either a splintered reality, complete and total ignorance of this reality, or just simply trolling sprinkled with un-true statements about the economic realities of today.



posted on Nov, 11 2012 @ 09:57 PM
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He's just relating what he knows from the elite who've been planning just such a

UN AGENDA 21 massive genocidal apocalyptic WWIII for a long time.

It will be as bad as he warns about

and worse.

They are determined to make it so.

They've been setting it up to be so a long time.

They are evil to the bone marrow.

They serve evil with every drop of their blood.

Arrogance and greed and lust for power have sold them out to horrifically real evil to the core.



posted on Nov, 12 2012 @ 03:48 AM
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Your video doesn't work



posted on Nov, 12 2012 @ 05:33 PM
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Your kool-aid sounds delicious, but I'm good, thanks!





 
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