US can shut up. its anti ship missles, or as i like to call it, anti imperialist missles. - Comment - Israel News | Haaretz Daily Newspaper
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    they wont be used on civilians. they will be used on oppressive global powers who like to change regimes that dont bend to their will... the USA. there is no law against defending yourself against the US agression. id bet all my money that this conflict started with a CIA agent wearing a wig, approaching syrians with 100k dollars and a promise of 1 million dollars yearly. just like in pre-shah iran, and just like they tried to do in russia. a revolution is only a revolution when its not financed by foreigners. this isnt a revolution. this is a disorganized agression composed of sellouts, bribed deserters, terrorists, and american agents as well as brainwashed farmers and low income workers. once again i repeat, a revolution doesnt take 2 years and achieve nothing. last year when the rebels attached alepo, the media sold that attack as the winning blow for the rebels. sadly for the sellouts, that was merely propaganda targeting the weak minded neutrals, hoping it will convince them to switch sides. however once the rebels got repelled it only strengthened the neutrals' faith in assad's control, and they lost faith in western media and western backed media. anyone can see assad is winning. and he is only winning because of majority support of his people. not because he has an airforce. also it would be great if you hear in the media about the abundant sunnis who support assad because they dont feel like going back 1 century if the radical islamists take control of the government. like what happened in egypt. nobody wants a syrian morsi.

    from the article: U.S. warns Russian missiles may embolden Syria's Assad, prolong conflict
    First published 22:54 17.05.13 | Last updated 22:54 17.05.13
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