CURRENT INTERNATIONAL POLITICS AND THE WARS IN THE MIDDLE EAST

CURRENT INTERNATIONAL POLITICS AND THE WARS IN THE MIDDLE EAST

KlondikeFox
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17 Aug 2013, 14:06 #1

 Things are heating up in the Middle East, in numerous places, since the Benghazi Gate incident,with violence exploding in Egypt and elsewhere...a ticking time bomb and hopefully not the prelude to WWIII. 
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1196copper
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19 Aug 2013, 07:41 #2

508th PIR   'Please pray for us overhere'

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article ... z2cNruk3xr
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BBMGRBL
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21 Aug 2013, 01:49 #3

It appears that the West is
hoping that the chaos in the Middle East will just go away. If they are waiting
for the Obama administration to take the lead, I suspect they will have a long
wait. The EU, the UN and the US have all decried the events in Syria and now
Egypt (among others) but beyond oratory they don’t seem to be doing much. The
truth seems to be that Western foreign policy has been mostly for show for
years. Meanwhile, others are taking matters into their own hands. I think that
this assessment is pretty accurate:




 


http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-middle-east-23775816





 


BILL  LUDJIN

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1196copper
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21 Aug 2013, 18:35 #4

Absolutely, Bill. Nobody seems to care.

The UN and EU have "inspectors" in Syria now. Oh boy, Assad must be shaking in his boots....

Tell you what though. Since POTUS decided to veto the Keystone Pipeline we are still dependent on Middle East oil.

And when, because of the disaster in Egypt, they decide to shut down the Suez Canal, and gas climbs to $10 a gallon, Americans will start paying attention.
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Ron
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22 Aug 2013, 12:39 #5

I hate to be callous but I think we should stop all aid to Egypt and Syria.
We borrow the money to give them anyway , they never pay anything back , now we give fighter jets and Abrams tanks to Egypt.
I am sure all spare parts and Ammo is free too, where else would they get them, Wal-Mart?
Its POTUS failed policy of trying to cover both sides of each conflict, you know wanting to be loved by all.
Its doesn't work here and it doesn't work there, they see it quicker than the 2 parties do here because they are still not politically correct.
Me, I really don't care if each side kills each other, that is what they do best.
The only aid I would give is "go man go".
They hate us , and always will .They hate everyone that is not with them and hate some that are with them.
Less Muslims the world has to deal with later.
I think after watch the UN training and HLS and Fema , I do believe we are in for some type of war fare in the north east within the next few months.
Germ, nuclear dirty bomb, racial civil ?? something in going on.
I think the people in the area need to stock up and cover their a--.
Ron
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1196copper
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22 Aug 2013, 18:00 #6

Ron, here's an interesting theory on Benghazi. Except that Libyan intelligence says its fact.
It sure is a heck of a lot more credible than the anti-muslim video BS.
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1196copper
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24 Aug 2013, 01:24 #7

Good news of the day: HASAN GOT CONVICTED!
Did anyone else notice our lunatic poodle media is till referring to him as a "soldier"? All that while this administration still claims this was just another mere case of 'workplace violence'

Let's not give Hasan the death penalty. That's what he wants. He wants to be a martyr.

Anyone have any creative ideas?

Major Hasan has never been in combat. He is not, in fact, a soldier. He is a shrink.

The soldiers in this story are the victims, some 45 of them. And the only reason a doctor can gun down nearly four dozen trained warriors (he was eventually interrupted by a civilian police officer, Sergeant Kimberly Munley, with a 9mm Beretta) is that soldiers on base are forbidden from carrying weapons. That’s to say, under a 1993 directive a U.S. military base is effectively a gun-free zone, just like a Connecticut grade school. That’s a useful tip: If you’re mentally ill and looking to shoot up a movie theater at the next Batman premiere, try the local barracks — there’s less chance of anyone firing back.
Yes, liberalism is indeed a mental disorder.
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Ron
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24 Aug 2013, 01:33 #8

Before Benghazi, I had heard reports on the news that "we" the USA was gun running to Syria thru the Turks.

  And even the night of the attach the attackers allowed the Turkish ambassador to leave the compound after having a visit and dinner with Stevens.

  Then the attack took place.

 It may be true and possibly proven thru the Brotherhood or if Morsi lives thru this coop and or gets mad at Obama.

 We in the US know that Obama likes the Brotherhood and Morse. Even though he should be killed like Kaddafi and Sadam.

 They are still backed by Obama and we all know its a cluster screw of the highest order in Egypt.

 Have you ever seen so much indecisiveness of policy on a country in your life.

We cant even call the military take over a coop, as has been used thru history for a military take over of a country.

Also the WH has never observed Ramadan or other Muslim religious days in the WH,

 And ever have we ever done away with the national day of prayer, until this regime takeover.

 Were I holding such an office of power I would not sleep well if I had the Brotherhood and Morsi mad at me,

  That are billions of them and most are extreme radical.

No wonder we have the highest security over one man ever in history, the threats must coming like hail stones.

 Ron   
Many things could have or should have intervened in Hasan' journey, first was the worst that no one caught up with him before he did it, they should be tried also(Same with the government officials that were informed by the Russians that the Czech. brothers were radicalized in Boston).The 9mm should have killed him on the scene, it didn't.Maybe looking forward he will live out life in a hell hole for life, Hanging is too quick and neat for him.If that is what is to be done then please do so with a braided pigskin rope, and let him know when the bag is placed over his head. 
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1196copper
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24 Aug 2013, 01:48 #9

Great idea Ron.

Why don't we indict all the PC commanders and their Pentagon and White House handlers who created the circumstances that allowed this massacre to occur in the first place? And then attempted to cover it up by calling it "workplace violence" and not terrorism???

Now THAT would be an interesting trial!!! Indict them for criminal negligence, aiding and abetting, conduct unbecoming, treason and conspiracy.
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Ron
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24 Aug 2013, 13:28 #10

I see where the special forces that were sent to Bengazhi to apprehend the perps that blew up our Embassy  are pulling out.

   One made a statement that" its only a game of stalling".

 Once they get close they are made to stall and allow the preps to escape, so they can wait then stall again, so they are leaving.

We knew he didn't want to get at the perps anyway and as Hillary said"What difference does it make now" , and that was last year she said that.

   You sure don't want the Brotherhood to be jailed or killed they may spill the beans on Obama???

  Ron
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