Seeking assad's demise by hilarian tactics

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    Assad says will live and die in Syria
    Reuters - November 8, 2012


    DOHA (Reuters) - President Bashar al-Assad said he would "live and die" in Syria and warned that any Western invasion to topple him would have catastrophic consequences for the Middle East and beyond.

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    Syria's president, Assad, thus adopts the words of the Libyan martyr, Gaddafi, who declared he would "live and die" in Libya and who died at the hands of US and EU supported thugs following extreme torture and with a bayonet driven up his ass.

    And it was US Secretary of State, Gentlelady and ex-First Lady of the US, Hilary Clinton,
    who had called for Gaddafi's death and who is now seeking that of Assad.
    Some few will remember the Gentlelady saying we wanted Gaddafi "dead or alive" and who ,
    after Gaddafi's death by torture, proudly proclaimed:

    "We came, we saw and he died."

    I now proclaim Gaddafi's death, and Hilary's past and present tactics, as

    "Hilarian"

    and call upon you to witness that I coined the term in her honor.

    SHOCKLEY
     
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    OBAMA CALLS CAMERON AND CAMERON CONGRATULATES OBAMA

    According to the Telegraph.co.uk.

    US President Obama called UK Prime Minister Cameron after the election
    and according to a Downing Street spokesman for the PM:

    "The Prime Minister congratulated President Obama on his
    election victory after a long campaign."

    How nice of Obama to call Cameron and receive congratulations!

    SHOCKLEY

    (Relationships aren't quite the same as they were when Blair was PM and Bill was President.)
     
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    Assad not in a co-operative mood...
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    Syria's Assad vows he won't be forced into exile
    Nov 8,`12 -- The bravado sounded familiar. Like the leaders of other countries swept away by Arab Spring uprisings, Syrian President Bashar Assad vowed to never be forced into exile and to die in his homeland.
    See also:

    Red Cross says it cannot cope with Syria emergency
    8 November 2012 - Rabab Al Rifai, of the International Committee of the Red Cross in Syria: ''Humanitarian needs are on the rise''
     
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    The past, but not the present, history of the Red Cross shows that it was created as an Agency that could, and was not afraid to, go where other entities could not and/or would not go.

    Perhaps the Red Crescent will replace this new Red Cross.

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    THE CALL TO CAMERON & KERRY OR RICE FOR NETANYAHU

    Returning to the call to Cameron, the UK prime minister, did not call Obama to offer congratulations.
    Instead, for some undisclosed reason,it was Obama who called Cameron who then congratulated Obama on Obama's re-election. Whatever else was said, their conversation, however cordial, is said to have lasted but about five minutes.


    We have yet to learn whether Obama has been offered another Nobel peace prize.


    We understand Netanyahu meant to call but we are not sure what he would call Obama if he did call, but word is that Netanyahu and Romney have spent so much time reviewing the bidding that Netanyahu may not, as yet, have called Obama to tell Obama whether he would prefer Kerry or Rice as successor to Clinton, whose Hilarian policies have made her so persona non gratis in so many places

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    Reading the thread title, I thought the plan might be to forward him humorous emails until he died laughing.
     
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    We could forward him this guy's posts. That just might work. He'll leave Syria screaming :lalala:.
     
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    This guy will slaughter the population of Syria or die. He isn't going anywhere.
     
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    Granny says he's just like his sorry-assed daddy...
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    Analysts Weigh In on Longevity of Syria's Assad
    November 22, 2012 — The Syrian conflict is now in its 20th month and Syrian rights activists say more than 40,000 people have been killed there since the uprising began. The embattled government of President Bashar al Assad appears to be on the defensive, having lost a number of military bases recently. Some analysts view these developments as a sign that the fall of his government is not far off, while others see a stalemate and a protracted conflict.
     
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    So, what should the US do? Back Assad? Support him? Arm him?
     

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