Skip to comments.Obama’s statement on Syria’s deadly violence in Homs
Posted on 02/04/2012 9:20:24 AM PST by ColdOne
Thirty years after his father massacred tens of thousands of innocent Syrian men, women, and children in Hama, Bashar al-Assad has demonstrated a similar disdain for human life and dignity. Yesterday the Syrian government murdered hundreds of Syrian citizens, including women and children, in Homs through shelling and other indiscriminate violence, and Syrian forces continue to prevent hundreds of injured civilians from seeking medical help. These brutal killings take place at a time when so many Syrians are also marking a deeply meaningful day for their faith. I strongly condemn the Syrian governments unspeakable assault against the people of Homs and I offer my deepest sympathy to those who have lost loved ones. Assad must halt his campaign of killing and crimes against his own people now. He must step aside and allow a democratic transition to proceed immediately.
Thirty years after his father massacred tens of thousands of innocent Syrian men, women, and children in Hama, Bashar al-Assad has demonstrat
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They couldn’t exercise their First Amendment Rights because they didn’t have the Second Amendment to back it up.
No one believes what this sob says except the MSM and politico.
Change 30 years to fifteen, and every place is says Assad substitute Taliban. Now read that statement over again and then think about Obama trying to cut a deal with those that subjugate women, destroy historical sites, and blow up schools.
Polutico also doesn't mention how civil the Muslim brotherhood became in Syria after Hussein's action. They moved to Egypt and killed a couple of Presidents because they felt unwelcome in Syria.
You either oppose the Muslim Brotherhood and the World Caliphate, or you support them. Polutico stands where Obama stands.
For Heaven's sakes, where did he get the name “Hussein” anyway? Saddam was the perfect Islamic Marxist in the Nasser tradition that took a primitive savage faith and redirected it into promoting Russian interests in the disguise of “Jihad.”
Thanks ColdOne. Election year, so Zero wants to sound tough. His next move will be to condemn Israel AGAIN for something it has every right to do.
Radical Islam and the American Left
by David Horowitz
Obama’s policy of appeasement and camel-kissing is going to get a lot of good people killed, unfortunately.
Bashar al-Assad is a monster. He is not even “our” monster. He will be missed nevertheless. Bloodbaths? You ain’t seen nothing yet. Thank you President Carter for Iran and thank you President Obama the coming Apocalypse.
The Arab Spring is non-existent; it is a term that the naive of the academic world conjured up to make itself feel good. There are no revolutions in the Arab World, only civil wars. Revolutions in the Arab world are akin to elections in the United States—the only thing that changes is who gets to pick your pocket or hold the boot over your neck.
Sorry. I didn’t write enough.
I meant our people getting killed.
The more the muzzies off themselves, the better.
Yeah. Horowitz has been calling a spade a spade for years now.
Bingo. This “Arab Spring” invention in the media is nothing more than Sunni/Shiite real politic leveling their respective playing fields. The media isn’t erudite enough to figure this out.
“Thirty years after his father massacred tens of thousands of innocent Syrian men, women, and children in Hama, Bashar al-Assad has demonstrated a similar disdain for human life and dignity.”
And what he didn’t say was:
“And for a long time, previous U.S. administations, my administration, friends of mine in and out of government, U.S. political leaders from both sides of the aisle, and myself, all failed to admit that the events of today in Syria are not the consequences of the actions of the Syrian people in their protests. This behavior of the Syrian government was written into the DNA, and the entire methdology of governing by the dictators in Syria. The naive pretense by all of us that engagement could change that DNA is tragic, and because of that we apologize to the people of Syria for the strength and confidence our naivete gave to their dictators for far too long.”
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