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Who needs chemical weapons when you have barrel bombs?

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posted on Feb, 8 2014 @ 10:40 AM
Homeland chief says Syria a U.S. domestic security concern (CNN Link)

"Based on our work and the work of our international partners, we know individuals from the U.S., Canada and Europe are traveling to Syria to fight in the conflict," he said at the Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars.

"At the same time, extremists are actively trying to recruit Westerners, indoctrinate them, and see them return to their home countries with an extremist mission," he added.


posted on Feb, 8 2014 @ 10:56 AM
One only wonders if Iran supports all these countries just to see if America comes over and spends a trillion dollars in an useless effort. How many more trillions do we have left to flush down the toilet.

Also why do we set the world standard? It seems our views are an enigma in a world that has a commonality of brutality, strife and oppression. The problem is no matter what we do this will not go away.

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posted on Feb, 8 2014 @ 11:10 AM

One only wonders if Iran supports all these countries just to see if America comes over and spends a trillion dollars in an useless effort.

This kind of supports that theory, and also makes no sense... Is Iran playing both sides in Syria to draw in the USA?

Treasury's Charge Sees Tehran Enabling al Qaeda in Syria

WASHINGTON—The Obama administration charged that Tehran has allowed senior al Qaeda members operating from Iranian soil to facilitate the movement of Sunni fighters into Syria.

The allegation by the Treasury Department on Thursday would suggest that elements of Iran's government or military were at least tacitly supporting the opposing sides of Syria's civil war.

posted on Feb, 9 2014 @ 10:02 AM

You speak as if there would ned to be some grand military intervention in Syria, when in reality a few well planned surgical strikes followed by a strong warning to change course from a REAL leader would end it and potentially save thousands of lives.

No we chose to accept an agreement to hand over the chemical weapons, because that is the best our leadership could do, in exchange for ignoring war crimes and crimes against humanity, and doing nothing to end further atrocities against a people begging for our help.

I don't even know where to begin.

Fedgov is MASS MURDERING non-combatant men, women and children and you think our federal mafia "government" has any moral high-ground to interfere *anywhere* in the world? We have enough documentation to know that this government is pretty much waging war on humanity (using the battlefield, corporate boardroom and world agencies) for their resources, global strategic position and control.

If you want to drink the coolaid, be my guest, just remember it's death that follows.

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