reply to post by Blaine91555
I find it hard to understand how anyone could say either side in this is right or wrong. It's a Civil War and I'm sure both sides are a mixture of
good or bad.
Really, it's quite simple to understand. It's NOT a civil war, it's a foreign sponsored attempt at regime change via proxy. No one is taking sides, we
are only pointing out the obvious hypocrisy from the West in their repeated attempts to demonize the Assad regime while they continue to support these
blood thirsty terrorists, which most of them are not even from Syria...how is that a civil war? This is JUST like Libya, and will most likely have the
That being said, I am not a supporter of Assad as he and his family have been oppressing the Syrian people for a long time now, but Syria was one of
the most civilized and functional nations in the Middle East before this fake uprising began.
Syria was MUCH better off before this all began, so without taking sides, it's very easy to realize which side is right in this conflict.
In order to fully understand the context of the situation you must first be willing to admit that YOUR country shares a large responsibility in all of
this. Once you can accept this fact, it won't be so difficult to understand.
edit on 3/7/2013 by Corruption Exposed because: (no reason