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#46 Davidson Deac II

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Posted 05 June 2011 - 02:45 PM

Fwiw, I don't think NATO ground intervention is really necessary. The rebels in Libya need training, arms, and money. That combined with NATO air support should be enough to overcome the Libyan government forces.

#47 SgtJoo

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Posted 05 June 2011 - 08:22 PM

Of course, the internet has already been taken down in Syria, blacking out all media on the ongoing events that the PTB don't want us to see.



http://www.computerw...et_amid_turmoil


Par for the course in Syria mate.

#48 SorthNarolina

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Posted 06 June 2011 - 02:54 PM

K...

So no more 4 star generals and official government and UN documents. TMZ will quench your thirst for the truth I suppose. Got it.


that's just dumb. I wasn't even talking about your sources anyways so let's put a lid on sarcasm.

#49 ChucktownK

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Posted 09 June 2011 - 01:19 AM

You people will never learn will you?

More war please, we're British: William Hague calls for UN security council to act against Syrian regime


Foreign secretary says draft resolution is in circulation among council members following crackdown on protesters

Britain is to push for a UN security council resolution condemning a crackdown on anti-government protesters in Syria.

The foreign secretary, William Hague, told parliament that the security council had a "responsibility to speak out" and warned of new European Union sanctions unless demands were met.

Hague said diplomats were circulating a draft resolution to secure the necessary support from the nine council members.

He said the proposals would bring action taken against Syria in line with measures imposed on other countries in the region facing political upheaval. However, they fell short of the no-fly zone mandated against Libya under a resolution passed earlier this year that launched a Nato bombing campaign against Muammar Gaddafi's forces.

"We must show the same resolve and purpose in supporting change and democratic development elsewhere in the region," Hague said.

The draft calls on Syria's president Bashar al-Assad and his government to capitulate to the demands of pro-democracy protesters, free "prisoners of conscience", lift internet restrictions and co-operate with UN human rights officials. It does not detail or threaten any UN sanctions.

"We are working to persuade other countries that the security council has a responsibility to speak out," he said. "President Assad is losing legitimacy and should reform or step aside."

Hague said an EU arms embargo, asset freeze and visa ban on 13 officials imposed against Syria last month had proved successful, but tougher measures could follow.

"We must show the same resolve and purpose in supporting change and democratic development elsewhere in the region, for example using the economic appeal of the EU to act as a magnet for positive change in the region.

"Since my last statement our efforts to agree EU sanctions against President Assad and other individuals responsible for the violence and repression in Syria have been successful. We are exploring with our European partners the potential for further sanctions if the violence continues."

Human rights groups claim that more than 1,000 people have been killed in more than three months of demonstrations in Syria.


Edited by ChucktownK, 09 June 2011 - 01:22 AM.


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Posted 09 June 2011 - 08:01 AM

Yeah, saw that a few days ago, you would think that when the same thing happens over and over again people would realize what is going on, but no, the MO is deny deny deny until we create some bogus reason to validate invasion and then people just follow along on their fishing line.

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Posted 09 June 2011 - 08:51 AM

Right, you do realize condemning the actions is nowhere near military strikes?

On top of that Russia is talking about vetoing what amounts to the UNSC saying "Tsk, tsk Syria, stop systematically murdering your rebelling population."