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    • Plonk
    • 20.01.13 | 19:05 (IST)

    of people like you is the reason that dictators still can rely on stupid supporterslike you in this world. No matter the crimes of Assad and his regime, no matter the number of his victims, you will keep defending him. You chose to be blind for the human toll and still claim Syria and the ME is better off under his rule..I cannot understand a person sane in his mind can utter such a statement. With such an attitude youwill be able to deny any crime in the world, whether it is by Assad, Saddam Hussein, Stalin, Mao Zedong, Pol Pot or Hitler. I don't know in what part of the world you grew up, but I don't think it was in a democracy. For me you showed your true democratic colours. If you really appreciate Assad's 'quiet' it might be a good idea to move to Syria and join his gang? You are a cynical and disgusting defender of dictators and tyrants.

    from the article: Syrian pilot defects, uses jet to bomb army positions
    First published 18:23 19.01.13 | Last updated 18:23 19.01.13
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