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Peaceful protester facing live bullets in Syria

Discussion in 'Videos' started by iraniam, Apr 25, 2011.

  1. iraniam Member

  2. anus@qwop Member

    prove to me these are peaceful protesters that need western support or is it just like libya
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  4. Lassirra Member

    US will end up helping the Syrians, I hope.
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  5. lulzgasm Member

    Watch the fucking video and you'll see the fucking proof, dipshit.
    And just for the record, the Libyans started out protesting peacefully, too. but you know what? If some bastard started firing at me with tanks, I would've taken up arms, too.
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  6. lulzgasm Member

    They probably will. But will they do so for the right reasons?
  7. anus@qwop Member

  8. Anonymous Member

    they won't because syria has an army and can fight the US war machine and the russians let the americans have libya and looking at what they've done there i dont think there going to be to keen on leting america "bring freeedom"
  9. Al-Qaeda, the Muslim Brotherhood, the Bilderbergers, and the Illuminati are responsible for Libya's revolt. Just ask Qaddafi. Someone with that much innocent blood on his hands can be trusted to tell the truth.
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  10. lulzgasm Member

    Has some Banksta asshats taken advantage of the situation in the Middle East? Of course they have. Nobody expected the element of surprise would last forever. But should I believe that carefully edited video over pics and vids many of us here saw with our own eyes, coming to us within a day, sometimes mere hours, or live feeds as it was happening? And BEFORE the mainstream media even knew what was going on? Hmmmmm.....let me ponder that one.......nope.

    Pro tip: government-organized "pro-Daffy" protests by people paid to protest and/or doing so with guns pointed at them off-camera does not evidence of "Daffy is good" make. Capiche?

    Besides, me personally, I love watching the "police" stations of totalitarian regimes go up in flames. It serves the bastards right for shooting unarmed civillians. Considering the waves of police brutality here in the U.S. I won't be surprised in the slightest if it happened here too one day. After all, there's a reason our motto is "Don't Tread On Me."

    Also, showing news clips of Daffy offering "ceasefires" etc., (while his overpaid mercs continued shooting at everything in sight) and promising "elections" (which every dictator does just to buy time before the big crackdown) is also not very good evidence of Daffy's alleged "innocence".

    As for NATO's/UNs/USs involvment, I've always found it fishy that they just so happened to wait until the very last minute (literally) to "save the day." Should we be vigilant and keep watch? Certainly. Should we be using videos that show nothing but propaganda that was obviously made by one of Daffy's supporters (possibly one of his intel opseratives)? HELL NO!
  11. anus@qwop Member

    Have you gotten the views from any of gaddafi's supporters?

    if not then you are getting a one sided view of the situation of course the "rebels" are going to say everything bad about gaddafi to justify the fighting.
  12. lulzgasm Member

    No. I'm going by WHAT I SAW WITH MY OWN TWO FUCKING EYES!!!!
  13. anus@qwop Member

    what you saw was an edited clip made to show what they wanted you to see not what was entirly going on
  14. Anonymous Member

    Dox?
  15. lulzgasm Member

    Still waiting for the dox to prove your claim. It's been what, almost 23 hours now? Slowpoke is slow.
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  17. Anonymous Member

    [IMG]
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  20. anus@qwop Member

    The well-known Canadian thinker in the domain of political economy, Michel Chossudovsky, stressed that there is clear evidence on the huge media misleading and fabrication regarding the latest events witnessed by Syria which some Arab and foreign mass media have worked on promoting since March 17th.

    In a lengthy analysis titled / Syria…Who Stands behind the Protest Movement, and Using Fabrications and Lies to Justify Humanitarian Intervention by the USA and the NATO in Syria/ published by the Canadian Globalization Research Center, Chossudovsky added " The Western media tries to depict the events in Syria as part of the Arab demonstrations which spread in Tunisia and Egypt ignoring the big difference between the two issues."

    He added that Syria constitutes the only independent secular state among the Arab countries, and its anti-imperialism popular basis is inherited by the successive generations within the ruling Arab Socialist Party which embraces and integrates all the religions in Syria with great harmony.

    He indicated that contrary to what took place in Egypt and Tunisia, President Bashar al-Assad enjoys a wide base of popular support in the country and in spite of that the media barely mentioned the mass rallies held in support of President al-Assad on March 29th.

    He said that media coverage focused on the Syrian policemen and security members, and accused them of opening fire randomly and killing the protestors without mentioning the armed members and the snipers who were among the demonstrators and who opened fire at the soldiers and the demonstrators themselves.

    He added that the number of the killed people mentioned by some media reports is mostly baseless as it is based on eyewitnesses who speak on condition of anonymity, indicating that photos and videos broadcast by the Qatari al-Jazeera Satellite Channel and the American CNN Channel are not mostly in line with the events covered by the news reports.

    "In an unprecedented misleading campaign, the Western media used the photos and videos of pro-government rallies and claimed that they are demonstrations to convince the international public opinion that President al-Assad is facing mass anti-government demonstrations," Chossudovsky said.

    He indicated that the Western media ignored the existence of organized armed groups which killed the people and burnt the private and public properties, adding that the demonstrations didn't start from Damascus or Aleppo, but from Daraa which was described by the Associated Press as a big challenge for the Syrian Government.

    "Whoever looks to the truth, can see that the demonstrations were not peaceful as the demonstrators used weapons and they used them against policemen…looking at the number of the killed policemen, one can find that it is larger than the number of the killed armed members which may indicate that that the number of the organized armed groups can be larger than the number of policemen," He added.

    He went on saying that the demonstrations which were held in Daraa on March 18th clearly divulged the secrete support for the extremist terrorists by the Israeli Mossad and the Western intelligence.

    He added that since that Soviet War in Afghanistan, the Western intelligence and the Israeli Mossad have worked on using all the terrorist organizations which hide behind religion as a source of intelligence information.

    "The goal of the demonstrations in Syria and of the lies and media fabrications is to create division inside the Syrian society, in addition to justifying the interference in Syria under the pretext of humanitarian goals," Chossudovsky said.

    He added that deploying armed forces and tanks in Daraa was for targeting the armed groups, pointing out that the paradox is that the Western media acknowledged the killing of members of the army and police in Syria while they denied the existence of armed gangs.

    He stressed that it is in the interest of the alliance between the USA and the NATO to depict the events in Syria as quelled peaceful rallies, indicating that the American administration itself is not democratic.

    Chossudovsky went on saying that the final goal of the campaign against Syria is to sow sectarian violence and to create chaos through supporting the terrorist extremist organizations as the USA seeks on the long run to change the regime in Syria and to destabilize the country through a secret process of spreading the so called "democracy" according to the American style or through using military means.
  21. anus@qwop Member

  22. Anonymous Member

  23. حمید Member

    You See this!

    Not Enough?
  24. Anonymous Member

    anus@qwop cites moonbat sources, lives on own planet. Probably never enough for him.
  25. anus@qwop Member

    you've shown me a video of some guy carrying a guy who as been shot

    i'm not saying that there hasn't been shotings
  26. حمید Member

    So you believe it is not enough?
  27. Anonymous Member

    That video has someone who claims that he sponsored or financed the protests in Egypt. Some of the initial Egyptian protestors were here dude. They weren't paid or sponsored or under the direction of outside sources. They gave a fuck and got up off their asses.

    Syrian state video is Syrian state video.
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  28. lulzgasm Member

    And out of the THOUSANDS of AMATEUR videos coming from Syrian that are all over the Internet, show me ONE from Syria that shows a protestor armed and shooting at the police (and it be an actual protestor, not some agent provacateur--I've witnessed enough of those goons from other protests, ex: g20 protests, to spot them). Because I've looked at close to a hundred already and have seen nothing of the sort.

    And, like the Anon poster above me said.
  29. anus@qwop Member

    because the USA have a long history of always supporting democracy and freedom

    Dictators Supported by the US
    Africa
    MOBUTU SESE SEKO
    Dictator of Zaire 1965-1997
    MOHAMMED SIAD BARRE
    President/Dictator of Somalia 1969-1991
    GEN. IBRAHIM BABANGIDA
    Military Dictator/President of Nigeria 1985-1993
    GEN. SANI ABACHA
    Dictator of Nigeria 1993-1998
    HASTINGS KAMUZU BANDA
    Dictator of Malawi 1966-1994
    LAURENT-DÉSIRÉ KABILA
    President/Dictator of the Democratic Republic of the Congo 1997-2001
    GNASSINGBE ETIENNE EYADEMA
    Dictator of Togo 1967-2005
    FELIX HOUPHOUET-BOIGNY
    Dictator/President of the Ivory Coast 1960-1993
    HASSAN II
    King of Morocco 1961-1999
    TEODORO OBIANG NGUEMA MBASOGO
    President/Dictator of Equatorial Guinea 1979-present
    ZINE EL ABIDINE BEN ALI
    President-Prime Minister/Dictator of Tunisia 1987-2011
    ANWAR EL-SADAT
    President/Dictator of Egypt 1970-1981
    HOSNI MUBARAK
    President/Dictator of Egypt 1981-present
    IAN SMITH
    Prime Minister of Rhodesia (white minority regime) 1965-1979
    PIETER WILLEM BOTHA
    Prime Minister of South Africa (white minority regime) 1978-1984, President 1984-1989
    DANIEL ARAP MOI
    President/Dictator of Kenya 1978-2002
    HAILE SELASSIE (RAS TAFARI)
    Emperor of Ethiopia 1928-1974
    WILLIAM J. S. TUBMAN
    President/Dictator of Liberia 1944-1971
    SAMUEL KANYON DOE
    Dictator of Liberia 1980-1990
    Asia
    MOHAMED SUHARTO
    Dictator of
    Indonesia 1966-1998
    NGO DINH DIEM
    President/Dictator of South Vietnam 1955-1963
    GEN. NGUYEN KHANH
    Dictator of South Vietnam 1964-1965
    NGUYEN CAO KY
    Dictator of South Vietnam 1965-1967
    GEN. NGUYEN VAN THIEU
    President/Dictator of South Vietnam 1967-1975
    TRAN THIEM KHIEM
    Prime Minister of South Vietnam 1969-75
    BAO DAI
    Emperor of Vietnam 1926-1945, chief of state 1949-1955
    LEE KUAN YEW
    Prime Minister/Dictator of
    Singapore 1959-1990; behind-the scenes ruler since then.
    EMOMALI RAHMONOV
    President/Dictator of Tajikistan 1992-present
    NURSULTAN NAZARBAYEV
    President of Kazakhstan 1990-present
    ISLAM A. KARIMOV
    President/Dictator of Uzbekistan 1990-present
    SAPARMURAD ATAYEVICH NIYAZOV
    President/Dictator of Turkmenistan 1990-2006
    MARSHAL LUANG PIBUL SONGGRAM
    Dictator of Thailand 1948-1957
    FIELD MARSHAL THANOM KITTIKACHORN
    Prime Minister/Dictator of Thailand 1957-58, 1963-1973
    CHIANG KAI-SHEK
    President/Dictator (Nationalist) of China 1928-1949
    President/Dictator of Taiwan 1949-1975
    CHIANG CHING-KUO
    President/Dicator of Taiwan 1978-1988; Prime Minister 1972-1978
    DENG XIAOPING
    De facto ruler of China from circa 1978 to the early 1990s
    FERDINAND MARCOS
    President/Dictator of the Philippines 1965-1986
    SYNGMAN RHEE
    President/Dictator of South Korea 1948-1960
    GEN. PARK CHUNG HEE
    President/Dictator of South Korea 1962-1979
    GEN. CHUN DOO HWAN
    President/Dictator of South Korea 1980-1988
    SIR MUDA HASSANAL BOLKIAH
    Sultan of Brunei 1967-present
    GEN. LON NOL
    Prime Minister/Dictator of Cambodia 1970-1975
    POL POT
    Dictator of Cambodia 1975-1979
    MAJ. GEN. SITIVENI RABUKA
    Dictator of Fiji 1987-1999
    ASKAR AKAYEV
    President of Kyrgyzstan 10/27/1990-2005
    Europe
    FRANCISCO FRANCO
    Dictator of Spain 1939-1975
    ANTONIO SALAZAR DE OLIVEIRA
    Dictator of Portugal 1928-1968
    COL. GEORGIOS PAPADOPOULOS
    Prime Minister/President/Dictator of Greece 1967-1973
    Latin America
    ANASTASIO SOMOZA GARCIA
    Dictator of Nicaragua 1937-1947, 1950-1956
    ANASTASIO "TACHITO" SOMOZA DEBAYLE
    Dictator of Nicaragua 1967-1972, 1974-1979
    MANUEL ESTRADA CABRERA
    Dictator of Guatemala 1898-1920
    GEN. JORGE UBICO CASTANEDA
    Dictator of Guatemala 1931-1944
    COL. CARLOS ENRIQUE CASTILLO ARMAS
    Dictator of Guatemala 1954-1957
    GEN. JOSE MIGUEL YDIGORAS FUENTES
    President/Dictator of Guatemala 1958-1963
    COL. ENRIQUE PERALTA AZURDIA
    Military Junta, Guatemala 1963-1966
    COL.CARLOS ARANA OSORIO
    Dictator of Guatemala 1970-1974
    GEN. FERNANDO ROMEO LUCAS GARCIA
    Dictator of Guatemala 1978-1982
    GEN. JOSE EFRAIN RIOS MONTT
    Dictator of Guatemala 1982-1983
    MARCO VINICIO CEREZO ARÉVALO
    President/Dictator of Guatemala 1986-1991
    MAXIMILIANO HERNANDEZ MARTINEZ
    Dictator of El Salvador 1931-1944
    COL. OSMIN AGUIRRE Y SALINAS
    Dictator of El Salvador 1944-1945
    CIVILIAN-MILITARY JUNTA, EL SALVADOR
    1961-1962
    COL. ARTURO ARMANDO MOLINA BARRAZA
    Dictator of El Salvador 1972-1977
    JUNTA, EL SALVADOR
    1979-1982
    ALFREDO FÉLIX CRISTIANI BUKARD
    President/Dictator of El Salvador 1989-1994
    TIBURCIO CARIAS ANDINO
    Dictator of Honduras 1932-1948
    COL. OSWALDO LOPEZ ARELLANO
    Dictator of Honduras 1963-1975
    ROBERTO SUAZO CORDOVA
    President/Dictator of Honduras 1982-1986
    GEN. OMAR HERRERA-TORRIJOS
    Dictator of Panama 1969-1981
    GEN. MANUEL ANTONIO MORENA NORIEGA
    Dictator of Panama 1982-1989
    AUGUSTO PINOCHET UGARTE
    Dictator of Chile 1973-1990
    GEN. JORGE RAFAEL VIDELA
    Dictator of Argentina 1976-1981
    COL. MARCOS PEREZ JIMENEZ
    Dictator of Venezuela 1950-1958
    GEN. ALFREDO STROESSNER
    Dictator of Paraguay 1954-1989
    ALBERTO FUJIMORI
    Dictator of Peru 1990-2000
    FRANCOIS "PAPA DOC" DUVALIER
    Dictator of Haiti 1957-1971
    JEAN-CLAUDE "BABY DOC" DUVALIER
    Dictator of Haiti 1971-1986
    MILITARY JUNTA / LT. GEN. RAOUL CEDRAS, GEN. PHILIPPE BIAMBY and LT. COL. MICHEL-JOSEPH FRANCO
    Haiti 1991-1994
    GEN. RENE BARRIENTOS ORTUNO
    President/Dictator of Bolivia 1964-1969
    GEN. HUGO BANZER SUAREZ
    Dictator of Bolivia 1971-1978
    DR. GETULIO VARGAS
    Dictator of Brazil 1930-1945, 1951-1954
    GEN. HUMBERTO DE ALENCAR CASTELLO BRANCO
    Dictator of Brazil 1964-1967
    CARLOS PRIO SOCARRAS
    Dictator of Cuba 1948-1952
    FULGENCIO BATISTA
    Dictator of Cuba 1933-44, 1952-1959
    GERARDO MACHADO MORALES
    Dictator of Cuba 1925-1933
    RAFAEL LEONIDAS TRUJILLO
    Dictator of the Dominican Republic 1930-1961
    Middle East
    MOHAMMED REZA PAHLAVI
    Shah of Iran 1941-1979
    SADDAM HUSSEIN
    Dictator of Iraq 1969 (1979)-2003
    GEN. MOHAMMED AYUB KHAN
    President/Dictator of Pakistan 1958-1969
    GEN. AGHA MUHAMMAD YAHYA KHAN
    President/Dictator of Pakistan 1969-1971
    GEN. MOHAMMAD ZIA UL-HAQ
    President/Dictator of Pakistan 1977-1988
    PERVEZ MUSHARRAF
    Dictator of Pakistan 1999-2008
    ABDUL IBN HUSSEIN I
    King of Jordan 1952-1999
    TURGUT ÖZAL
    Prime Minister of Turkey 1983-1989, President 1989-1993
    SHEIK JABIR AL-AHMAD AL SABAH
    Emir of Kuwait 1977-2006
    Prime Minister of Kuwait 1962-1963, 1965-1978
    FAHD IBN ABDUL-AZIZ AL SAUD
    King and Prime Minister of Saudi Arabia 1982-2005
  30. حمید Member

    Wrong!
    It is because People have not been given the conditions to choose for themselves based on debates...and have been misled by different scenarios. One of these scenarios you are trying right now.

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  31. lulzgasm Member

    And now you try to change the subject. Fail troll is fail.
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  32. anus@qwop Member

    What is different that has made the conditioins so favourable to them now as a pose to 1 year ago or 10 years ago?
    becasue the poverty and human rights abuses have been in these countrys for a long time
  33. حمید Member

    So you believe it is not enough?I can show you some other facts if you are bloodthirsty

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