Comments on: Preventing mass atrocity after Assad Thu, 21 Jul 2016 07:57:19 +0000 hourly 1 By: KyleDexter Tue, 19 Mar 2013 19:38:43 +0000 @reality-again,

Believe me, neither Iran, nor Hezbollah, nor any of these groups are going away either. In fact they have only been getting stronger over time, because of people as delusional as yourself.

Tell me, how is Iraq going??

But for people like you, only Jews can have a democracy, or what your version of it is. The fact is Isreal is a deadly racist country that kills the Palestinians. The Palestians were always there, but where did all of these Jews come from?????
In short, its an aparthied state, worse than South Africa!

By: reality-again Mon, 18 Mar 2013 21:41:22 +0000 @KyleDexter

You couldn’t support an apartheid regime in Israel even if you wanted, since there’s no such thing, and never was.
Israel is a peaceful country, and it’s the only ally and true friend the US has ever had in the Middle East.
And since you can read neither the lines nor what’s between them: Neither the US nor Israel are going away, although your delusional friends in Tehran would like both to disappear.

By: KyleDexter Mon, 18 Mar 2013 19:26:24 +0000 @Realityagain,

I do not support the aparthied regime of Isreal. And for your information, the ALMIGHTY Isreal only has power because we give them power. As soon as we stop being a superpower, which will be in a about a decade, and we cut the flow of arms and funds to Isreal, beause we will no longer be able to afford it, then we will see how ALMIGHTY Isreal really is…..


You are like every typical American. You cant read between the lines. The reality is that Assad is the BEST option for Syria right now. Should he fall, there will be a sunni fundametalist governemnt that will come to power.


By: VultureTX Mon, 18 Mar 2013 12:48:12 +0000 @aussie66 ” destruction of a prosperous state.”

What Syria? A welfare client state of Iran, that wasted billions on its military when it needed only border guards. That interfered in Lebanon when it’s own people needed infrastructure.
that Syria is what you refer to?

By: aussie66 Mon, 18 Mar 2013 07:12:43 +0000 The professor should have put the 12 points to the trigger-happy leaders of western “democracies” before they agreed to take part in this tragic destruction of a prosperous state.
Like Iraq and Afghanistan, Syria is back to stone age. The Russians are the only responsible statesmen. The others are pathetic amateurs, and will one day be called to answer for the atrocities and destruction.

By: EthicsIntl Mon, 18 Mar 2013 01:50:12 +0000 Crony intellectuals here, author & posters, expressing & commenting on matters they have not the slightest idea about.

You should all go and live for a number of months/years in one of these countries and maybe then you could say something of substance.

Only those who have lost their children, family members and friends can speak for what is needed there. War is hell, period, and it is always instigated by profiteers, the scum of civilization.

By: Biscayne Sun, 17 Mar 2013 11:04:09 +0000 KyleDexter,

I am sure you are looking forward to having a Sunni fundamentalist regime take power in Syria, and the more murderous and bloodthirsty it is the more pleased you will be. Just Imagine how wonderful it is to be proven right and to have all that blood shed just to satisfy your sick mind. Hahaha… indeed!

By: usagadfly Sat, 16 Mar 2013 22:14:12 +0000 If the USA is going to be involved in the Middle East, it is going to be involved in mass killings for religious and ethnic reasons. That is what passes for politics there, and most places for that matter. Pick a side, as we have, and you are a participant, one who chose to participate. Now put that guilt on people who had no choice in the matter and you have America’s future.

By: jkf Sat, 16 Mar 2013 15:58:45 +0000 To Kyle, Assad remains the president of Syria and hopefully will remain so. He has more courage, determination, strength of conviction, and good will than almost all western leaders combined. He has made great strides in Syria in spite of the world’s most complex geo-political situation on one border and a major war on the other with a 5 year drought to top it all off. If he has been brutal in his put down of the conspiracies of the Muslim Brotherhood and other extremist factions of the Mideast, God bless him. He has been on the receiving end of a shameful, misleading media and politial campaign.

By: jkf Sat, 16 Mar 2013 14:20:59 +0000 Funny but my comment about Reuters being partially responsible for the current atrocities in Syria didn’t make it on the comments page. Problem is, the problem never was Assad being a brutal dictator. Problem is that Assad squelched the Islamic extremists in Syria to try and promote secularism and stability. His government has been on the receiving end of sophisticated media blitz of misleading “news” stories; most of which originated from al Jazeera and al Arabiya, the media mouths of Saudi Arabia and Qatar who just happen to want…Islamic fundamentalism in Syria! And Reuters got on their bandwagon and never got off.