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2013-08-26 05:36:29 PM  
So we know they gassed their own people.

How will the public react when we invade to end WMD's and don't find any?
 
2013-08-26 05:37:03 PM  

21-7-b: Can you read?


Allow me to explore your train of logic:

1.  Iran supports the Assad regime.
2.  Therefore we should bomb Syria.
 
2013-08-26 05:37:46 PM  

Darkrover2: So we know they gassed their own people.

How will the public react when we invade to end WMD's and don't find any?


I ask again, how in the fark do we know that?

Because Zionist media and leaders who pick up millions in AIPAC money said so?
 
2013-08-26 05:38:06 PM  
encrypted-tbn3.gstatic.com
 
2013-08-26 05:38:07 PM  

cc_rider: 21-7-b: Kit Fister: So, let's see. We have Al Qaeda/Muslim Extremists on one side, and we have an assholish dictator on the other. Meanwhile, the one side is supported by the likes of Iran, and the other the likes of China and Russia. With as much support as China and russia give Assad, this could easily end up worse than either Iraq or A-Stan.

HOW THE fark COULD GETTING INVOLVED POSSIBLY BE A GOOD IDEA?!

Iran is supporting Assad. Get a clue

Yes, a lot of us do understand that for the neo-cons, Syria has always been about a "back door into Iran". That still doesn't explain why it's a good idea for the US to get involved.


Read the comment I was replying to, ffs. Middle East expert Kit Fister stated the Iranians were supporting the rebels
 
2013-08-26 05:39:11 PM  
So, Obama's hubris for declaring 'redlines' will get America into another Mideast War opposed by over 80% of Americans. I hope the 2014 elections become a referendum on America's unwanted role in the Syrian War.
 
2013-08-26 05:39:52 PM  
and there was also undeniable evidence of WMDs in Iraq
 
2013-08-26 05:40:20 PM  

GoldSpider: 21-7-b: Can you read?

Allow me to explore your train of logic:

1.  Iran supports the Assad regime.
2.  Therefore we should bomb Syria.


Can't you even be bothered to read the comment I was replying to? I was correcting a poster who stated that Iran was supporting the rebels. Stop being so damned lazy
 
2013-08-26 05:42:43 PM  

Apik0r0s: Darkrover2: Not to be the Devil's Advocate......

...but there is the issue of 9 billion people on a planet built for about 3 billion...max.

Discuss....

We need a way to do mass-sterilization from the air. No killing. Put countries/tribes/regions on notice to get their houses in order or else. They don't, then they can live out their lives watching themselves fade.


The sad part is that you assume I mean only poor/undeveloped/disadvantaged people. Nothing along those lines matters!

No matter what equation you are doing....

Not enough food
Not enough land
Not enough energy
Not enough water
Not enough health care                           vs                TOO MANY FARKIN PEOPLE
Not enough jobs
Not enough.....
 
2013-08-26 05:42:49 PM  

Darkrover2: Not to be the Devil's Advocate......

...but there is the issue of 9 billion people on a planet built for about 3 billion...max.

Discuss....


That part comes after steps 2 and 3

2. ?
3. Profit
4.Kill all the poor.
 
2013-08-26 05:44:15 PM  

21-7-b: Can't you even be bothered to read the comment I was replying to?


I've been told that reading is for people with ambiguous sexual preferences at best.
 
2013-08-26 05:44:20 PM  

the money is in the banana stand: What exactly would the conditions for "winning" be? That has pretty much has been the problem with modern warfare with respect to US intervention for quite some time now. If the conditions for winning were to simply decimate the opposing force, that would be easy. You can't kill ideals and fix the problem in the Middle East with bombs. So Syria is gassing its people, we roll up and stomp strategic military targets and Assad is deposed. Then what?


First they install a private central bank to issue the state currency as loan to the new "government" with interest.  Next all Public/Government Natural resources and rights to them are sold off to foreign Corporations.  Now the country is in perpetual debt slavery to foreign banks and can never possibly pay back the loans because more debt then wealth is created.  This has been done time and time again, usually orchestrated by arming both sides of a conflict and then telling them that the other side wants to kill them.  All War is war by deception for the profit of banking interests.  War is nothing more than Financial transfer from the people to the elite through fraud.
 
2013-08-26 05:44:34 PM  

Darkrover2: During Obama's first campaign, I asked people why we should elect as President someone that had less than half of the national political experience of the much lampooned Dan Quayle had when he ran for Vice-President.

Apparently the reason is to set a socialist course for the US and generally Fark everything up more than it was when he was elected.

P.S. Note: Socialism worked out economically very well for Italy, Spain, and Greece, who not only had nearly 6 decades of peace, but peace paid for by the US, not their own GDPs...didn't it? How can you not have to pay much for your defense for 60 years and still go broke?

Socialism....good course to plot, Barack Hussein...


Only 63 seconds for the first bite

8.5/10
 
2013-08-26 05:44:52 PM  

Brontes: TuteTibiImperes: As long as we limit ourselves to air and missile strikes only we should be able to handle this quickly.  If we try to put boots on the ground and built a government over there we'll be looking at another Iraq.

The Iraq where we are greeted as liberators?  Sign me up!


flowers and candy! won't take but 6 weeks and the oil will pay for it.
 
2013-08-26 05:46:06 PM  

Pumpernickel bread: and there was also undeniable evidence of WMDs in Iraq


It's the same weapons that were in Iraq.  You're not paying attention. Liberals are counting on it.
 
2013-08-26 05:46:07 PM  

cameroncrazy1984: TuteTibiImperes: Old_Chief_Scott: oldfarthenry: Yes - only a monster would poison-gas his citizens. Let's humanely bomb the f**k out of them instead!

Ding!

What can we possible hope might be accomplished by air strikes?

Hit munitions dumps, power plants, communications arrays, airfields, military bases, command HQs, etc.  Basically reduce the Syrian armed forces to rubble and put them on equal footing with the rebels.  Then leave and let them finish fighting it out and figure out how to rebuild.

Pretty much exactly what happened in Libya.


I hear leaving a country in rubble after you help them is a good way to make friends.   Thats why al qaeda has such a hard time establishing a foothold in Afghanistan.
 
2013-08-26 05:46:09 PM  
Um...Christopher Hitchens?
 
2013-08-26 05:46:48 PM  

21-7-b: cc_rider: 21-7-b: Kit Fister: So, let's see. We have Al Qaeda/Muslim Extremists on one side, and we have an assholish dictator on the other. Meanwhile, the one side is supported by the likes of Iran, and the other the likes of China and Russia. With as much support as China and russia give Assad, this could easily end up worse than either Iraq or A-Stan.

HOW THE fark COULD GETTING INVOLVED POSSIBLY BE A GOOD IDEA?!

Iran is supporting Assad. Get a clue

Yes, a lot of us do understand that for the neo-cons, Syria has always been about a "back door into Iran". That still doesn't explain why it's a good idea for the US to get involved.

Read the comment I was replying to, ffs. Middle East expert Kit Fister stated the Iranians were supporting the rebels


Sorry, I missed the previous comment, so I guess got ahead of myself there.   ;)
 
2013-08-26 05:47:01 PM  
Assad is a brutal dictator who killed his own people. If he gets his comeuppance because he got cause using chemical weapons, that's good enough.
 
2013-08-26 05:47:45 PM  

mark12A: Soon, the water off Syria will turn white as USS Ohio spews forth 154 Tomahawks in a stunning display of American ability to shiat away money on something that really doesn't threaten America directly.


LET them die...
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That was fantastic Kirk usage... it played perfectly in my mind.
 
2013-08-26 05:48:18 PM  
rstvideo.com

Comin' again to save the mother-farkin' day.

/hot
 
2013-08-26 05:48:20 PM  

thnksqrd: Darkrover2: During Obama's first campaign, I asked people why we should elect as President someone that had less than half of the national political experience of the much lampooned Dan Quayle had when he ran for Vice-President.

Apparently the reason is to set a socialist course for the US and generally Fark everything up more than it was when he was elected.

P.S. Note: Socialism worked out economically very well for Italy, Spain, and Greece, who not only had nearly 6 decades of peace, but peace paid for by the US, not their own GDPs...didn't it? How can you not have to pay much for your defense for 60 years and still go broke?

Socialism....good course to plot, Barack Hussein...

Only 63 seconds for the first bite

8.5/10


ts3.mm.bing.net
'Sometimes I amaze even myself....'
 
2013-08-26 05:49:13 PM  

Darkrover2: Apik0r0s: Darkrover2: Not to be the Devil's Advocate......

...but there is the issue of 9 billion people on a planet built for about 3 billion...max.

Discuss....

We need a way to do mass-sterilization from the air. No killing. Put countries/tribes/regions on notice to get their houses in order or else. They don't, then they can live out their lives watching themselves fade.

The sad part is that you assume I mean only poor/undeveloped/disadvantaged people. Nothing along those lines matters!

No matter what equation you are doing....

Not enough food
Not enough land
Not enough energy
Not enough water
Not enough health care                           vs                TOO MANY FARKIN PEOPLE
Not enough jobs
Not enough.....


If I were the King, development and money would have nothing to do with it. Having a bankrupt culture that breeds only hate and war would have everything to do with it. Texarkana would be just as viable a target as Northern India. I know, I know, I'm somehow racist for citing India, but let's see how everyone feels in 50 years when we're choking to death on curry farts.

The Renaissance was only possible because of the Black Death. Suddenly, the mail carrier could be the Postmaster because everybody was dead.
 
2013-08-26 05:50:17 PM  
Is it not painfully obvious that the Sarin attack was launched by Russia?

They take the moral high ground, only reluctantly allowing America to fire Tomahawks at Syria.  And in the meantime, they get to watch closely to see how their missile defence systems work in a real assault.  And, to top it all off, it drives one of their buyers back in the store to restock all their munitions.

America spends bajillions on yet another failed war in the middle east, further diminishing their economy, and humiliating themselves in the process.

Well played, Mr Putin.  Well played.
 
2013-08-26 05:50:56 PM  

Apik0r0s: Darkrover2: Apik0r0s: Darkrover2: Not to be the Devil's Advocate......

...but there is the issue of 9 billion people on a planet built for about 3 billion...max.

Discuss....

We need a way to do mass-sterilization from the air. No killing. Put countries/tribes/regions on notice to get their houses in order or else. They don't, then they can live out their lives watching themselves fade.

The sad part is that you assume I mean only poor/undeveloped/disadvantaged people. Nothing along those lines matters!

No matter what equation you are doing....

Not enough food
Not enough land
Not enough energy
Not enough water
Not enough health care                           vs                TOO MANY FARKIN PEOPLE
Not enough jobs
Not enough.....

If I were the King, development and money would have nothing to do with it. Having a bankrupt culture that breeds only hate and war would have everything to do with it. Texarkana would be just as viable a target as Northern India. I know, I know, I'm somehow racist for citing India, but let's see how everyone feels in 50 years when we're choking to death on curry farts.

The Renaissance was only possible because of the Black Death. Suddenly, the mail carrier could be the Postmaster because everybody was dead.


We are a bit overdue for a pandemic...
 
2013-08-26 05:51:11 PM  

21-7-b: Radioactive Ass: 21-7-b: I don't have enough information to say that I know who used the chemical weapons. The administration thinks it does

I think the time for some sort of Western intervention has come, though.

The administration needs to lay out that information to the voters then because if the administration is going  to attack someone in their name then they need to be shown exactly why it is justified. Both sides have a motive for doing it or not doing it and both sides have denied it. One side is lying. How about we do that before shooting $200+ million dollars worth of missiles on them and give assistance to what amounts to Al Queda?

Unless they go outside of their own borders we need to stay out of it.

I don't get this argument that we shouldn't intervene because we would be strengthening the syrian Al Qaeda franchise. Obviously we need to intervene in a way that doesn't strengthen Al Qaeda. What has so far strengthened Al Qaeda is our not intervening, and the longer time passes without us intervening the stronger they look set to become. They slaughtered 450 Kurds the other day, for example, and their ranks are now being daily swelled by underequipped FSA fighters


So why do WE need to get involved?  Why can't Germany, UK, France, Italy etc take care of it.  Why does it always have to be us?  We aren't even on the same side of the damn planet.  Seems it should be a little more pressing of an issue for their own neighbors.
 
2013-08-26 05:54:03 PM  

debug: So why do WE need to get involved?


USA! USA! USA!
 
2013-08-26 05:55:16 PM  
debug:
So why do WE need to get involved?  Why can't Germany, UK, France, Italy etc take care of it.  Why does it always have to be us?  We aren't even on the same side of the damn planet.  Seems it should be a little more pressing of an issue for their own neighbors.

Maybe they're not worried because A) It is not a threat and B) They don't have Wolf Blitzer et al shrieking Arabs! at them on the news every night.
 
2013-08-26 05:55:54 PM  

scottymac: karmaceutical: Is this the thread where garden variety Fark conserva-trolls pretend to be against this sort of thing?

Nope. This is the thread where the Fark regulars rationalize it this time around because, you know, Obama.


So what you are saying is that us Lefties get to deliver a big fat "I Told Ya So!"
 
2013-08-26 05:56:46 PM  
Your killing was all fine and dandy until you killed the wrong way. Now we will have to kill you and then rebuild you in the most expensive way possible.
 
2013-08-26 05:57:16 PM  
The nation ain't gonna build itself!
 
2013-08-26 05:57:24 PM  

debug: 21-7-b: Radioactive Ass: 21-7-b: I don't have enough information to say that I know who used the chemical weapons. The administration thinks it does

I think the time for some sort of Western intervention has come, though.

The administration needs to lay out that information to the voters then because if the administration is going  to attack someone in their name then they need to be shown exactly why it is justified. Both sides have a motive for doing it or not doing it and both sides have denied it. One side is lying. How about we do that before shooting $200+ million dollars worth of missiles on them and give assistance to what amounts to Al Queda?

Unless they go outside of their own borders we need to stay out of it.

I don't get this argument that we shouldn't intervene because we would be strengthening the syrian Al Qaeda franchise. Obviously we need to intervene in a way that doesn't strengthen Al Qaeda. What has so far strengthened Al Qaeda is our not intervening, and the longer time passes without us intervening the stronger they look set to become. They slaughtered 450 Kurds the other day, for example, and their ranks are now being daily swelled by underequipped FSA fighters

So why do WE need to get involved?  Why can't Germany, UK, France, Italy etc take care of it.  Why does it always have to be us?  We aren't even on the same side of the damn planet.  Seems it should be a little more pressing of an issue for their own neighbors.


Europeans have defunded their militaries to the point they simply cannot carry out such a mission. Hell, they needed US support for the much less difficult removal of Gaddaffi. They know we will pay for it and bleed for it, so why bother.
 
2013-08-26 05:57:51 PM  

Apik0r0s: debug:
So why do WE need to get involved?  Why can't Germany, UK, France, Italy etc take care of it.  Why does it always have to be us?  We aren't even on the same side of the damn planet.  Seems it should be a little more pressing of an issue for their own neighbors.

Maybe they're not worried because A) It is not a threat and B) They don't have Wolf Blitzer et al shrieking Arabs! at them on the news every night.


The first two....budgetary and political issues....the second two, military issues...
 
2013-08-26 06:00:27 PM  

Lt. Cheese Weasel: Pumpernickel bread: and there was also undeniable evidence of WMDs in Iraq

It's the same weapons that were in Iraq.  You're not paying attention. Liberals are counting on it.


So, what you're saying is that there are no WMDs in Syria?
 
2013-08-26 06:00:38 PM  

21-7-b: Kit Fister: So, let's see. We have Al Qaeda/Muslim Extremists on one side, and we have an assholish dictator on the other. Meanwhile, the one side is supported by the likes of Iran, and the other the likes of China and Russia. With as much support as China and russia give Assad, this could easily end up worse than either Iraq or A-Stan.

HOW THE fark COULD GETTING INVOLVED POSSIBLY BE A GOOD IDEA?!

Iran is supporting Assad. Get a clue


okay, my mistake. That still doesn't explain to me why getting involved militarily in the middle east in YET ANOTHER country is doing us any favors? We support Assad: we lose. We support the rebels: We lose. No matter what happens, we end up the bad guy.
 
2013-08-26 06:01:44 PM  

dr_blasto: Lt. Cheese Weasel: Pumpernickel bread: and there was also undeniable evidence of WMDs in Iraq

It's the same weapons that were in Iraq.  You're not paying attention. Liberals are counting on it.

So, what you're saying is that there are no WMDs in Syria?


What he's saying is that the conspiracy theorists believe Saddam moved his WMDs to Syria before the US got there.
 
2013-08-26 06:03:13 PM  

basemetal: [850x567 from http://www.popularresistance.org/wp-content/uploads/2013/07/Pepper-Spr ay-Officer-Pike.jpg image 850x567]

I want to know what type of chemical weapon first.  We talking VX, Sarin, or some strong tear gas that caused some asthmatics to go nuts.


It's a food product, essentially.
 
2013-08-26 06:04:20 PM  

Kit Fister: dr_blasto: Lt. Cheese Weasel: Pumpernickel bread: and there was also undeniable evidence of WMDs in Iraq

It's the same weapons that were in Iraq.  You're not paying attention. Liberals are counting on it.

So, what you're saying is that there are no WMDs in Syria?

What he's saying is that the conspiracy theorists believe Saddam moved his WMDs to Syria before the US got there.


It's more fun to call them out as if they were being honest or not crazy.
 
2013-08-26 06:04:36 PM  

TuteTibiImperes: The way Morsi was going he wouldn't made Mubarek look like Mother Theresa.  The Egyptian Military stepped in to fix the problem before it got out of hand, and once they've handled the Muslim Brotherhood situation hopefully they step down and allow for democratic elections.

Israel is our strongest ally in the region, and we need to consider their needs in our operations over there.


The Egyptian military never stopped running things. Morsi tried to stand up to them and they proved that. They let that experiment last precisely as long as it took for the westernized urban minority to once more realize it was a minority, and when enough of them were willing to play along with their grandparents' deal to support military rule in exchange for second-hand modernization, they went right back to doing things more or less the way they have been since the Officers' Revolt.

At best, they'll allow a greater patina of powerless civilian control to sit in front of their rule; most likely, they'll just run it as an oligarchic council and shy away from the Strong Man excesses Nasser introduced and which threatened to transform into de facto monarchy under Mubarak(remember, he was trying to pass everything off to his son, whereas typically Head of State status has passed on to the next highest ranked military official when one "President" has stepped down or died).

As to Morsi, you need to understand exactly what he did. He tried to cut out the military and old military political clients from government. The power to legislate without judicial approval was necessary because all those judges are hold overs from the military regime. He attempted to re-install a democratically elected legislature -that yes, was mostly members of his Islamist part but that's because those are who the Egyptians freely elected; that party won for a reason, and that reason is its candidates got the most votes- which the military had disbanded through the Supreme Constitutional Court, which it controls. He declared nullified checks on Presidential and legislative power which the military had "passed" through the Supreme Council of the Armed Forces. His government also did and said some other things that worried upper-class Egyptians, but what do you expect; proper political behavior within a democracy is a tradition you build, not a switch you flip. In any new democracy not headed by the inhumanly humble and fanatically Republican personage of George Washington is going to run into some hiccups in its early days, particularly when it has a hostile military -and an upper class with a decades long history of supporting that military so long as it keeps the poors down- breathing down its neck.

What he was trying to do was put the Egyptian military back in its barracks permanently so they'd never play kingmaker again. Their response was to orchestrate shortages and foment hysteria through their allied media networks, which led to unrest, which they then used as the basis for orchestrating a coup. This stuff isn't new, and it wasn't even well hidden; hell, Morsi's wikipedia page covers all of it. The reason you didn't hear about this in that way is because the Europeans, particularly Cameron, were emphatically behind the Egyptian military on this(that's why the BBC led the way on pro-coup coverage), and our gov didn't really care one way or another because Morsi, in playing to his base to shore up his position against the military, had promised to do certain things we weren't comfortable with, like seek the humanitarian extradition of Omar Abdel-Rahman, and include clauses in a new Constitution declaring it in-line with "Islamic Law", which doesn't really mean much. Bahrain claims to be in-line with Islamic law and it's covered in brothels and bars; Saudi Arabia claims the same and it has roaming religious police who will behead you in public for blasphemy. "in-line with Islamic Law" covers a lot of ground, but it sounds scary to pants-wetting ignorant westerners who've never bothered to crack a single damn book about foreign policy or history, and don't know what "real politik" actually means, so there we are.

Morsi's term was the forces of genuine Egyptian democracy, which in this instance were lead by the Islamic Brotherhood, trying to stand up to the military that has suppressed them for decades. Morsi thought the military was weakened by Mubarak's fall, he thought that the participation of the upper-class urbanites in bringing that about was a sign of a schism between the military and its historical base of support, and he picked his fight accordingly. He thought wrong, he lost, and the military made sure to murder his daughter in public and violently crush his supporters in front of the world to drive the point home. Eat the propaganda if you want, I certainly can't stop you, but this wasn't some heroic and wildly ahistorical example of the Egyptian military suddenly finding it cared about democracy and valiantly standing up to a power-mad, universally hated tyrant. This was a military dictatorship that had temporarily stood aside and allowed its chosen "leader" to get taken down after he started entertaining visions of kingship reasserting its authority over the people, with the renewed support of at least some of the urban elites who'd abandoned it due to Mubarak's excesses and the political trends of the time.
 
2013-08-26 06:05:47 PM  

Old_Chief_Scott: oldfarthenry: Yes - only a monster would poison-gas his citizens. Let's humanely bomb the f**k out of them instead!

Ding!

What can we possible hope might be accomplished by air strikes?


Kosovo. Or Libya. Pick one.
 
d23 [TotalFark]
2013-08-26 06:07:12 PM  

Darkrover2: TOO MANY FARKIN PEOPLE


userserve-ak.last.fm
 
2013-08-26 06:08:21 PM  

Mike_LowELL: Benghazi
Libya
Taxbongocare
Benghazi
Katrina
Iraq
Iran
Benghazi
Kosovo
Battle of Tours
Syria

Congratulations, Taxbongo!  Another disaster on your hands!


Saw Benghazi, almost highlighted you in dumbfark orange. Saw Taxbongo just in time, highlighted you in satire grey instead.
 
2013-08-26 06:08:36 PM  

debug: UK, France, Italy etc take care of it.


Sure, as soon as the Euro becomes the new Reserve Currency of the World Economy. Better yet, lets walk away from NATO, that is sure to have a positive effect on our world alliances and in no way embolden Russia and China to flex their muscles.
 
d23 [TotalFark]
2013-08-26 06:08:58 PM  

ciberido: basemetal: [850x567 from http://www.popularresistance.org/wp-content/uploads/2013/07/Pepper-Spr ay-Officer-Pike.jpg image 850x567]

I want to know what type of chemical weapon first.  We talking VX, Sarin, or some strong tear gas that caused some asthmatics to go nuts.

It's a food product, essentially.


www.robertcaplin.com

Megyn, boobs are GTFO
 
2013-08-26 06:09:57 PM  

d23: Darkrover2: TOO MANY FARKIN PEOPLE

[500x428 from http://userserve-ak.last.fm/serve/500/57807999/Land+of+Confusion.jpg image 500x428]


Yea, 3 too many as far as Genesis goes...Exodus and Leviticus as well...
 
d23 [TotalFark]
2013-08-26 06:10:18 PM  

NathanAllen: Sure, as soon as the Euro becomes the new Reserve Currency of the World Economy.


Quick, Shelly... put a bill in the hopper!
 
2013-08-26 06:11:36 PM  

Kit Fister: dr_blasto: Lt. Cheese Weasel: Pumpernickel bread: and there was also undeniable evidence of WMDs in Iraq

It's the same weapons that were in Iraq.  You're not paying attention. Liberals are counting on it.

So, what you're saying is that there are no WMDs in Syria?

What he's saying is that the conspiracy theorists believe Saddam moved his WMDs to Syria before the US got there.


Which he did. Potty Poot didn't give them to Syria.  And neither did Iran. Leaves only one source. Get a big crayon and connect those dots. durrr.  As badly as Curveball has been discredited, it's likely his data had some truth to it.  He had to be discredited after we found nothing in Iraq.  I wonder what Colin Powell is thinking about these days?
 
2013-08-26 06:12:01 PM  

Apik0r0s: Darkrover2: So we know they gassed their own people.

How will the public react when we invade to end WMD's and don't find any?

I ask again, how in the fark do we know that?

Because Zionist media and leaders who pick up millions in AIPAC money said so?


We don't know that.  Yet.  But I think there is some evidence that the Syrian government gassed its own people even though the Zionist media and the AIPAC shills said they did.  To wit:  3600 people who all came down in the same morning with symptoms that led doctors to believe they had all been exposed to a neurotoxin, the Syrian government's conventional bombardment of the area where those people lived over the course of the next several days after the symptoms were first reported, the fact that just about all the people affected were Sunni Muslims, and the dearth of reliable evidence that the rebels possess chemical weapons or that they know how to handle and deliver them.
 
2013-08-26 06:12:20 PM  

basemetal: [850x567 from http://www.popularresistance.org/wp-content/uploads/2013/07/Pepper-Spr ay-Officer-Pike.jpg image 850x567]

I want to know what type of chemical weapon first.  We talking VX, Sarin, or some strong tear gas that caused some asthmatics to go nuts.


Based on the videos and reports from Doctors without borders, I'm going to go with Sarin or Tabun.
 
2013-08-26 06:12:43 PM  
When do the anti-war protests start? It's been years since the last good protests.
 
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