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  •  Clinton now wants 'discussions' with Assad regime? (0+ / 0-)

    She's starting to talk like Putin. I wonder how she is going to convince the FSA to negotiate? Taking away their weapons might be a constructive beginning.

    Clinton: Rebels must prepare to govern

    Published on Wednesday 25 July 2012 00:00

    Syrian rebels are gaining ground and will eventually control swathes of territory, but president Bashar al-Assad still has time to negotiate an exit, US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton has said.
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    “We do believe that it is not too late for the Assad regime to commence with planning for a transition, to find a way that ends the violence by beginning the kind of serious discussions that have not occurred to date.”

    •  That rich. (0+ / 1-)
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      You want NATO to take weapons away from the FSA, but not Assad?

      I don't mind your posts so much as I do your dishonesty. Clearly you are pro-Assad. Strongly pro-Assad and that is why you keep posting long passages from Russia paid bloggers in support of Assad in the comment section of my diary.

      There is no question but that I support the Syrian opposition and the FSA and I'm not ashame to admit it. That's why I am doing this.

      Clearly you support the other side, thats why you are here trying to neutralize my support for the revolution.

      Remember history, Clay Claiborne, Director Vietnam: American Holocaust - narrated by Martin Sheen

      by Clay Claiborne on Tue Jul 24, 2012 at 05:50:38 PM PDT

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      •  If you check out the source of most of my posts (0+ / 0-)

        you will find they are mostly from US or NATO MSM.

        Clearly you support the other side, thats why you are here trying to neutralize my support for the revolution.
        Neither what you do nor I do will have the slightest difference in what happens in Syria. There are forces much, much more powerful than then few dozen people reading and discussing matters here on DKos.

        As each month goes by, fewer and fewer people even think about Syria and when they do, they have no taste for military intervention.

        Most of the things I post are just to counter your one-sided propaganda pieces. Many of your "Breaking" stories turned out to be hyped or outright false. There are many sides to this story which also needs to be told.

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