SECOND POST – FEBRUARY 23, 2013 – READERS’ CONTRIBUTIONS AND OPINIONS

SECOND POST – FEBRUARY 23, 2013 – READERS’ CONTRIBUTIONS AND OPINIONS

Watch this dude named Malek get shot by the SAA as he fires a gun that’s way too big for his brains. And listen to the usual “Allahu Akbar”:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=J1ypx1kye_8

You’re going to love this solemn meeting of rats being interrupted by SAA cannonfire.  Thanks to John Esquire:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Lqzy1FrVIk8&feature=youtu.be

John also sends this article from our friend, Lew Rockwell:

http://www.lewrockwell.com/blog/lewrw/archives/132689.html

John writes this note also with some great links:

 Ziad,

ABC News has a reporter in Syria now.  Reporting on the bombing in Damascus today he said all these bombings are designed to shake the populace, but all they are doing in making the Syrian people more defiant and resolute to confront the terrorists.

In perusing a piece of rebel junk written by CBC reporter Derek Stoffel (who snuck into Syria from Turkey) I read this string of comments to his article:

  • Hey CBC, how about writing an honest story about how the “rebels” are killing every Christian they can find in Syria?

    People here in Canada should be aware of these wonderful “rebels” and their motives and ambitions. While you’re telling us to support them. Thank you.Rating259Agree with comment (404 people agree)Disagree with comment (145 people disagree)Show 13 repliesPolicyReport abuse (0)

  • deirYassinstandard2012/10/31
    at 7:24 AM ET
    2nd try

    Only the hopelessly naive or woefully uninformed believe Western-backed attempts to overthrow Assad have anything to do with the welfare of ordinary Syrians. No matter how distastful Assad’s dictatorship is, the “rebels” include Salafists who if in power would be far more intolerant than Assad towards Syria’s large Christian community.

    The same folks who brought us “success stories” like Afghanistan and Iraq have long had their sights on Iran – and the road to Tehran lies through Damascus.Rating226Agree with comment (294 people agree)Disagree with comment (68 people disagree)Show 7 repliesPolicyReport abuse (0)

  • mgmrtvstandard2012/10/31
    at 6:00 AM ET
    The propaganda continues -“pro-regime forces” …what does that mean? Syria has internationally recognized government with institutions like president, armed forces etc, just like Canada. Labelling, in accordance with its interest, is typical for the ruling elites. People have to be suggested ready conclusions, just in case they dare to use their own minds. Speaking of brainwashing….and so called rebels, would have been the owners of the terrorists’ label, had they been fighting in any of the western country. Don’t dare to think, my Canadian fellows….
    Rating181Agree with comment (285 people agree)Disagree with comment (104 people disagree)Show 7 repliesPolicyReport abuse (0)
  • MaxPointystandard2012/10/31
    at 7:06 AM ET
    Dollars to Donuts: Whatever replaces the old regime will be even worse.

    This message brought to you be Arab Spring: Now available in Roll-On or Stick.Rating144Agree with comment (211 people agree)Disagree with comment (67 people disagree)Show 2 repliesPolicyReport abuse (0)

  • OneFox2010standard2012/10/31
    at 5:31 AM ET
    Once again i am not surprised by the one sided narrative in this short written article where it parishes the Free 

  • What a mess we have made there haven’t we? I noticed a Little propaganda line there in the article.

    “The regime is trying to make life so difficult, so that the people will turn on the rebels,” said Haj Omar, ”

    Yes Haj Omar another fake name that probably doesn’t exist, why wont you CBC contact some rather reliable people in Aleppo like Edward Dark an activist in Aleppo for instance?

    “A Syrian boy walks through rubble where a field clinic once stood before it was bombed by regime forces in Anadan, just outside Aleppo. “

    Derek Stoffelm, CBC alot of Westerns, readers are no longer buying the claims that the Free Syrian Army are actual Syrians they are nothing more then just bunch of armed thugs, long bearded fighters who are been provided with cash and arms from.
    Qatar,Saudi Arabia in the hopes of creating an Islamic state. It seems that You CBC are now ignoring whats happening in Libya to, although i am not surprised by that at all.
    I would rather say that it was destroyed by FSA then by the Syrian Arab Army.

    The Free Syrian Army also has fighters from Hamas a Hamas Commander was killed recently, i am sure CBC could explain why are there Chechen fighters on Syria to the readers to.

    I am Sorry CBC but i am no longer buying your usual one sided reports on Syria, cant you see already? we arent buying it.Rating121Agree with comment (


  • Anonymous sends this message drones:
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  • Anonymous has left a new comment on your post “THIRD POST – FEBRUARY 14, 2013 – SYRPER’S THIRD NO…“:

    I have the feeling that this whole crisis could be solved in a matter of 6 months if some countries could provide drones with firing missile capacity. Russia, Iran, whatever. Especially the border with Turkey. You said once that your sources said that Iran had supplied such drones, but it’s probably not first hand information.


     ANSWER:  My information is that the drones which Syria definitely has have no missile-firing capacity. Ziad

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  •  Enjoy this link which shows an FSA terrorist crying after being captured:

  • http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xIHYOIaso2o
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  •  Anonymous leaves this with us as speculation:

  • Anonymous has left a new comment on your post “FIRIST POST – FEBRUARY 14, 2013 – SYRIAN ARMY LIQU…“:

    Well, it could be as well an old video (regarding the air defenses) because I haven’t seen an official claim by the FSA regarding this today.

    Another Anonymous message:


  • Anonymous has left a new comment on your post “FIRIST POST – FEBRUARY 14, 2013 – SYRIAN ARMY LIQU…“:

    I took a detailed view on the mines video and it seems that the mines was luckily to weak to destroy the tanks. As far as i can see it, the tanks wasn’t stopped (through damage) or exploded.

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  •  More from another Anonymous:

  • Anonymous has left a new comment on your post “FIRIST POST – FEBRUARY 14, 2013 – SYRIAN ARMY LIQU…“:

    Indeed it’s bad, they seem to have taken another air defense base/unit and if they useland mines in a growing way there is no hope for a real victory. The West has planted the seed of something very ugly that will catch it back. And the worst is that in spite of the US denial, I’m sure that Al Qaeda is still helped by some Western capitals or at least Israel.

    Anonymous sends this tale of woe.  I’m not so sure I believe they took over any air base, though:


  • nonymous has left a new comment on your post “FIRIST POST – FEBRUARY 14, 2013 – SYRIAN ARMY LIQU…“:

    Zaid you bring the good news and i’m sry but i have some bad news
    Another taken strategic air defense base
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qaNWEluFvM4
    i’m not sure which it is but could be
    http://wikimapia.org/#lat=32.5964534&lon=36.3546774&z=12&l=5&m=b
    fsa got many new weapons from abroad (maybe croatia) there

    A tank convoy is attacked with many landmines. not visible how big the damage is
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=k4mC5GIr4Ao

    Saw so many videos with land mindes now. Could somebody explain why such convoys drive on unsafe roads instead on raw ground? The army has tanks and vehicles that are for off road. Why it is not using this features?

    I hope SAA is able to clean damascus with its suburbs soon so it can deploy the troops to the regions where there is bigger trouble to stand against the rebels.

    Another from Anonymous:


  • Anonymous has left a new comment on your post “FIRIST POST – FEBRUARY 14, 2013 – SYRIAN ARMY LIQU…“:

    Ziad,

    just a quick question. What really happened at the Syrian-Turkish border? Why erdogan was so furious with the bombing? Information on this so scarce. Thank you.

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  •  ANSWER:  Erdoghan is a very petulant character. It’s almost impossible to tell what angers him.  It is clear that he considers Turkey a safe area for terrorism and doesn’t like it when the SAA pounds his Jihadist terrorist heroes. That’s all I know.  ZAF
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  •  Here’s an interesting comment on the dam and the airbase:

  • Anonymous has left a new comment on your post “FIRST POST – FEBRUARY 12, 2013 – NEWS DIRECTLY FRO…“:

    If you look the Reuters article on the fall of the airbase and the takeover of the dam
    http://www.reuters.com/article/2013/02/12/us-syria-crisis-idUSBRE91A0MU20130212
    you will find as its source the “Sham News Network”! (I am not kidding!) I don’t know about abandoned airbase but the dam was not captured and is fully functional and Damascus is not being invaded. If the rebels are winning, as Reuters indicates, why are they all of a sudden trying to negotiate?

  • ANSWER:  Sham means Damascus or Syria in Arabic.  I know it sounds funny when you hear it in English.  The new car manufactured in Syria is called “Al-Sham”. Pretty funny.  It’s like NOVA for the Chevy in Mexico.  ZAF
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