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(Info Wars)   Syrian rebels admit using chemical weapons to "kill like Osama bin Laden said"   ( divider line
    More: Interesting, Osama bin Laden, Syrian rebels, Paul Joseph Watson, Syrians, chemical weapons, Nadeem Baloosh, Free Syrian Army, Aleppo  
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2013-09-06 01:29:19 PM  

dehehn: FlashHarry: well, rush limbaugh sided with somali pirates over their american hostages in the maersk alabama hijacking, simply because he hates obama's guts - it shouldn't surprise me that alex jones and the rabid right would side with the butcher of damascus in this case.

So if you're against Al Qaeda affiliated rebels who murder women and children you're for Assad?  I see.

Frankly, either side arguing that the other side is for one side or another is ridiculous and just emotional lashing out.
2013-09-06 01:43:25 PM  
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2013-09-06 02:07:03 PM  

Valis992000: About two days ago Infowars broke the story that you could get chemical weapons ingredients at Wal Mart (the substance they are talking about is the fluoride in dental products). Yes they are a reliable source, here's a quote:

Wal-Mart, Walgreens and other large U.S. retailers have been found selling a chemical that can be used to manufacture deadly nerve gas weapons. The chemical is found in numerous products sold by Wal-Mart and Walgreens, and it is the same chemical that raised alarm when it was discovered that UK companies had been granted licenses to sell the chemical to Syria, where it is now believed the chemical was turned into a deadly nerve gas weapon of mass destruction.

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Yeah, no.  The two you get at Wal-mart have benign purposes as well.  Hell, we regularly have entire threads here on which kinds of the second one we like to drink.  Non-story is a non-story.
2013-09-06 02:22:11 PM  

GhostFish: I find it odd how people frame things.

We don't want to aid a vicious dictator and we don't want to aid rebels that might be Al Qaeda sympathizers.

That's all fine and good. But is that really enough reason to just sit back and do nothing while innocent civilians are stuck in the crossfire?

I realize that we don't get involved in a great many conflicts where innocent people are being hurt. But to just openly say "there's no benefit for us to get involved, so suck it civilians" is a biatchilling.

Syria looks a lot like Iraq.  There are bad guys , worse guys and religious extremists, and a lot of civilians caught in the crossfire.  I don't know how we can help them and there's an excellent chance that our meddling could make it worse.
2013-09-06 02:30:43 PM  

Mrtraveler01: BMulligan: Mrtraveler01: According to the video tape, the rebels said: "I want to kill. I mean, I wanna, I wanna kill. Kill. I wanna, I wanna see, I wanna see blood and gore and guts and veins in my teeth. Eat dead burnt bodies. I mean kill, Kill, KILL, KILL."

That was cool and refreshing.

You need to sit on the Group W bench.

/didn't think that was too obscure

Is sitting him in Group W a case of blind justice?
2013-09-06 07:47:08 PM  

vygramul: BolshyGreatYarblocks: Aristocles: BolshyGreatYarblocks: LOL, how long into the US's war against nefarious chemical weapons users will it be before the US military uses fuel-air explosives, white phosphorus ordnance, or both?

+ 1 for knowing how to spell ordnance

I was a 91A secondary, so I should.

Hmmm... it's almost as if there's a difference, like WP isn't a chemical weapon banned by the chemical weapon convention. It would almost be like missing the point entirely why a gas weapon is included but WP is not.

Whatever, Pointdexter.
2013-09-07 07:20:24 AM  

Graffito: Syria looks a lot like Iraq.  There are bad guys , worse guys and religious extremists, and a lot of civilians caught in the crossfire.

Why exactly guys who aren't Assad or religious extremists are bad?
2013-09-07 09:15:15 AM  

That GeneralJim thinks Infowars is a credible source of information should come as no surprise to anyone who has been in a climate change thread.
Gee, now I'm going to have to call for citations showing I think Infowars is a credible source of information. I think you just made this up. Hang on a sec, let me check.... Nope, I view things published by Infowars with rather intense skepticism. So, where do you get off making up shiat about what I supposedly think, and passing that off as fact? You're obviously LESS reliable than Infowars. Think about THAT for a while.
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