What do you think of the Syrian Revolution

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Have you heard of the Syrian Revolution

I want to know if the world has heard us and our Revolution (a revolution of freedom)

Since 9 months and we express our opinion in a peaceful
Did you know that every hour kills 5 Syrians

What Do You Think
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  • Profile picture of the author thunderbird
    Originally Posted by RyanAlsaiad View Post

    Have you heard of the Syrian Revolution

    I want to know if the world has heard us and our Revolution (a revolution of freedom)

    Since 9 months and we express our opinion in a peaceful
    Did you know that every hour kills 5 Syrians

    What Do You Think
    The world is noticing what is happening in Syria. It's in the news. I think it is sad what is happening and hope for the best for the people of Syria.
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    • Profile picture of the author RyanAlsaiad
      Originally Posted by thunderbird View Post

      The world is noticing what is happening in Syria. It's in the news. I think it is sad what is happening and hope for the best for the people of Syria.
      Thank you, something sad, people are being killed every day
      Just two Days 200
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  • Profile picture of the author Gerard Mohamed
    The Syrian situation is a real tragedy and I am dumb-founded that the International Community is not doing more to put an end to the chaotic and inhumane conditions that prevails.
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    • Profile picture of the author RyanAlsaiad
      Originally Posted by Gerard Mohamed View Post

      The Syrian situation is a real tragedy and I am dumb-founded that the International Community is not doing more to put an end to the chaotic and inhumane conditions that prevails.
      Thank You Gerard Mohamed
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  • Profile picture of the author PromoDirect
    What is happening in Syria is what happening in the whole of Arabia. This is the most unfortunate event taking place today in the world. I am not sure where will it take us and how severely will it impact. But I am sure this revolution will create an impact on rest of the people around the world.
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  • It is sad to note how some people fear loosing power than loosing human life. Everything happening in Syria and the entire Arab world is being watched and talked everywhere in the world. We hope it will change to better. It is very horrible to watch. It seems the more we hope for a friendly world the more gloomy it becomes.
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  • Profile picture of the author RyanAlsaiad
    Soon, you will liberate the Arab countries of injustice and tyranny, thanks to the Arab revolutions
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  • Profile picture of the author HeySal
    I know of the revolution - but have no real background in what lead to it - too busy trying to stop the fall of my own country because I don't see it being too long before conditions are the same here now that our habeas corpus is gone.

    The leaders of this whole world have gone completely insane over power and wealth. I just wonder how many have to die before we can overcome these murderous *******s.
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    • Profile picture of the author RyanAlsaiad
      Originally Posted by HeySal View Post

      I know of the revolution - but have no real background in what lead to it - too busy trying to stop the fall of my own country because I don't see it being too long before conditions are the same here now that our habeas corpus is gone.

      The leaders of this whole world have gone completely insane over power and wealth. I just wonder how many have to die before we can overcome these murderous *******s.
      Thank you .. Many of the world leaders so!!
      Just killers .. Only care about money
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    • Profile picture of the author RyanAlsaiad
      Originally Posted by bravo75 View Post

      I would say about a third of the world's population.
      I agree with you in this
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    • Profile picture of the author HeySal
      Originally Posted by bravo75 View Post

      I would say about a third of the world's population.
      I was thinking more along the lines of 2/3. But I also think that natural causes are going to take most of us out soon. 7 bil is over carrying capacity and we're moving out of the inter-galacial period.

      Steve - people are already leaving. There was legislation - not sure if it went through or got dumped or what - they wanted to make it legal to just strip anyone of everything they own if they reonounce their citizenship. We may end up being prisoners. They will let you in....but don't try to get out.
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      • Profile picture of the author Kay King
        Who is "they"?

        There have been laws proposed to prevent people from profiting by renouncing citizenship - it became a profitable game in this economy apparently.

        The basis is that you should not be allowed to increase profits or reduce taxes on property you own in the U.S. simply by deciding not to be a citizen.

        You also don't eliminate previous obligations or wipe out debt by renouncing citizenship...and that clause could, I suppose, lead to loss of property.
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        • Profile picture of the author seasoned
          Originally Posted by Kay King View Post

          Who is "they"?

          There have been laws proposed to prevent people from profiting by renouncing citizenship - it became a profitable game in this economy apparently.

          The basis is that you should not be allowed to increase profits or reduce taxes on property you own in the U.S. simply by deciding not to be a citizen.

          You also don't eliminate previous obligations or wipe out debt by renouncing citizenship...and that clause could, I suppose, lead to loss of property.
          Even THAT is ILLEGAL! It is extortion, devaluing citizenship, etc... People were NOT leaving because it was more profitable to leave(or others gave a better deal)! They were leaving because it was LESS profitable to stay(or people HERE were robbed)! Will I EVER be able to retire? Probably NOT! My estimate is now over 10 times what it used to be. If I take into account current economic situations, it may be 1000 or 10000 times what I used to estimate. Will I REALLY need to be a multibillionare JUST to retire and live for about 15 years? over $100,000,000 a YEAR!?!?!? Are you NUTS? It COULD be that bad, or WORSE!
          BTW had I gone were I wanted to, my estimate would now be the SAME! Alas, I couldn't prove that I had enough, or could support myself well enough, to stay there. A rule the US doesn't have.

          HECK, I have been thinking about this for like 26 years! But you know, the problems that many people use to locate in the US are often not available elsewhere.

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        • Profile picture of the author HeySal
          Originally Posted by Kay King View Post

          Who is "they"?

          There have been laws proposed to prevent people from profiting by renouncing citizenship - it became a profitable game in this economy apparently.

          The basis is that you should not be allowed to increase profits or reduce taxes on property you own in the U.S. simply by deciding not to be a citizen.

          You also don't eliminate previous obligations or wipe out debt by renouncing citizenship...and that clause could, I suppose, lead to loss of property.
          Who is they? Gee, I dunno - who makes laws in this country?

          The problem lies in the fact there is no separation between someone who is just gaming the system and the average Joe who has just decided to go live in another country. Steve's right - the gov is not supposed to be our owner. Money we make and things we own that we paid for our not the government's property - they are our possessions, and if they aren't, then we are actually slaves in every way other than being called such openly.
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  • Profile picture of the author seasoned
    As for the third of the population, I hope it includes all those causing the problems. If they represented 80%, it would be nice if the whole group of them could succumb.

    I hope the US stays out of it all this so that they won't be blamed.

    RyanAlsaiad,

    I hope the best group wins, and triumphs over the land.

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  • Profile picture of the author Thomas Wilkinson
    I think this will descend into civil war. Either Assad will win or he will be replaced by someone much worse from the "other" side. Ten of thousands will die and the nation will be left in ruins. We need to be ready to accept tens of thousands of "political refugees". As much as the rest of the world seems to hate us they all want to come here.

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    • Profile picture of the author seasoned
      Originally Posted by Thomas Wilkinson View Post

      I think this will descend into civil war. Either Assad will win or he will be replaced by someone much worse from the "other" side. Ten of thousands will die and the nation will be left in ruins. We need to be ready to accept tens of thousands of "political refugees". As much as the rest of the world seems to hate us they all want to come here.

      Thomas
      If it keeps happening, people will be trying to LEAVE!

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    • Profile picture of the author TLTheLiberator
      Originally Posted by Thomas Wilkinson View Post

      I think this will descend into civil war. Either Assad will win or he will be replaced by someone much worse from the "other" side. Ten of thousands will die and the nation will be left in ruins.





      We need to be ready to accept tens of thousands of "political refugees".

      As much as the rest of the world seems to hate us they all want to come here.

      Thomas
      Did we take in thousands of Egyptians, Tunisians, Yemenites or Libyans??????????

      Are we planning to??

      Why should we be ready to take in 10's of thousands of Syrians???????????????


      Help me understand.


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      • Profile picture of the author seasoned
        Originally Posted by TLTheLiberator View Post

        Did we take in thousands of Egyptians, Tunisians, Yemenites or Libyans??????????

        Are we planning to??

        Why should we be ready to take in 10's of thousands of Syrians???????????????


        Help me understand.


        TL
        YEP!
        YEP!
        There are agreements. I'm not sure exactly where they are from, but the US, and various european countries, actually have an AGREEMENT to take in refugees! An incident where I am now happened because of a group of refugees that are here ONLY because the US government decided to move them here. HECK, I asked a local store why so many things were so prominently french. They said it was because a particular refugee group is here. They aren't from france, but they happen to speak it.

        HECK, I went to a high school that had a LOT of armenians and iranians. The armenians are hated, by some people in the region, and probably were ALSO kicked out, but about 30 years ago a LOT of iranians were kicked out of iran. Coincidentally, a lot of them appeared in the US!

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    I think it's inspired by the United States and France.
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  • Profile picture of the author RyanAlsaiad
    Will not make a civil war in Syria .. Never

    Revolution all the Syrian people, all communities and religions ... The revolution will triumph, God willing,

    Assad will fall .. Force of the Syrian people ... The peaceful demonstrations

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  • Profile picture of the author TLTheLiberator
    The world community and even the Arab world is slowly moving against him.

    Hopefully Assad will get the hints and leave on his own.

    I'm sure he doesn't want to end up like Mubarak or Qadaffi so he must be assured that he can leave safely and with some of his stolen wealth and not be prosecuted...

    ... or ...

    ... he will fight to the death and a whole lot more people in Syria will die before he is eventually removed from power.

    All The Best To The People Of Syria!

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    Thank You Guys ..
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  • Profile picture of the author Thomas Wilkinson
    IF Assad is forced from power there is no clear idea of who or what would take over. There are vicious radical groups waiting in the wings. The entire mid-east has no tradition or even much of a concept of democracy.

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    • Profile picture of the author RyanAlsaiad
      Originally Posted by Thomas Wilkinson View Post

      IF Assad is forced from power there is no clear idea of who or what would take over. There are vicious radical groups waiting in the wings. The entire mid-east has no tradition or even much of a concept of democracy.

      Thomas
      What Do You Mean vicious radical groups
      Syrian People !!
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      • Profile picture of the author seasoned
        Originally Posted by RyanAlsaiad View Post

        What Do You Mean vicious radical groups
        Syrian People !!
        GIVE ME A BREAK! OF COURSE not.... There are a number of groups that want to, and have been trying to, take over countries in the region. They will do ANYTHING to do so. Eventually, they often are low key, and just wait. They wait for a case like THIS! They have LOTS of followers, agreements, and power, and may just walk in. Half the country may even CHEER. But the rest may get hurt. The same kind of thing happened in Iran about 30 years ago. It has happened elsewhere.

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  • Profile picture of the author chrislangley
    Hopefully this unrest will come to an end and democracy will pervade the Middle East (this is what the majority of the world hopes for Syria)
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    WF rule is No Politics :rolleyes:
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