since it is flat everywhere why not? what do yall think personally, i am a nbc specialist oddly enough i been though nerve argents for training, i remember one guy decided that he couldn't stand having his his mopp gear on anymore and lifted his mask people ran into the room then they rushed to him in about 10 secs got him out shot him up with atropine and diazepam(valium) dude could of died but he has seizure problems for life. really nasty stuff this can be, but i say if anyone is using it ,it would have to be the terrorists. with the eyes of the world on the Syrian government assad would have a death wish and is way to smart for that.
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Aug 28, 2013, 04:47 PM #1
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UN inspectors in new Syria mission as West prepares to strike
Aug 28, 2013, 05:09 PM #2Member
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As much as I agree that Chemical and Nuclear weapons should never be used, I still can't understand why we get involved in other Nation's messes? It is quite obvious that other nations do not want us meddling in their affairs. Not to mention that we could save a lot of money that could be put to good use here at home. I can't help but feel that if everyone got to ride a wave at least once, they would have a better view of the world. I know it changed my view.
Sep 1, 2013, 03:29 AM #3
Sep 1, 2013, 11:37 AM #4
Aug 28, 2013, 06:21 PM #5
2007: Joe Biden threatened to impeach George Bush if he attacked Iran without congressional approval. Obama agreed.
2013: Joe Biden and Barrack Obama are ready to attack Syria without congressional approval or UN approval.
Let the UN conduct their investigation so we can get "official" word on who actually used the chemical weapons. For all we know, it could be the FSA or even Al Qaeda. Once we get "official" word, then we can start planning our retaliation with our "allies" and the UN. This will lessen the backlash from any of Syria's homies like China, N. Korea and Russia (future threat alliance?) I mean, China can't get that pissed off if the UN is involved; unless they want to start a fight.
The United States should not be involved anyway, since we can't really afford a war to begin with! Plus, if we fight against the Assad regime, we'll be fighting alongside Al Qaeda militants. That doesn't seem right, does it? What happens when we take out the Assad regime? Do we spend billions of tax payer money to establish democracy and institute our Western principles? Or do you let Al Qaeda run the new Syria? I'll let you decide.
It's certianly an unfortunate situation, but things like this happen almost every single day in other parts of the world. This situation gets the press because chemical warfare was involved. I get it and it's messed up. The Assad family has it coming. I just hope the FSA beats us to the chase....
Right now, there are twelve people that are calling the shots against Syria. You voted for them and I hope you voted wisely. They decide our fate.
Aug 28, 2013, 06:58 PM #6
Aug 28, 2013, 07:17 PM #7
You do realize that there are 193 total member states in the UN, right? In other words, the US makes up 1/193 of the UN, so it's not the "United States show" - it's the WORLD show and the UN is all about world peace. Anytime an infraction - like chemical warfare - occurs, the UN launches an investigation, rather than pulling the trigger prematurely based on an assumption. The consequences of the latter should not require any explanation. It's best to play it safe and wait for the UN to make the call.
"When you assume, you make an ass out of u and me." -Mark Twain
Last edited by dlrouen; Aug 28, 2013 at 07:50 PM.
Aug 31, 2013, 03:11 AM #8
I was in the Navy. But I have doubts about my sons going into the military, ending up in places like Syria and Egypt, and having their lives thrown away while under the command of self-serving fools. We should not be the world's police dept. So many of these countries hate us no matter what we do, how many of our servicemen/women are killed or maimed, or how much money we continue to give them.
Last edited by DosXX; Aug 31, 2013 at 03:14 AM.
Aug 31, 2013, 01:58 PM #9
ask yourself: "who benefits from this conflict?" "who has something to gain out of it?"
answer: the military industrial complex
so who used chemical weapons? the US backed Syrian rebels.
are people going to fall for the lies anymore? this is clearly a false flag event to create the excuse to invade Syria. just like many other false flags that have led to bloody wars that kill and maim innocent soldiers and civilians, while big companies like Lockheed Martin and Halliburton get filthy rich off the conflict.
Gulf of Tonkin incident was a lie that led to 10 years in Vietnam.
False claims of WMDs in Iraq that led to another decade of war.
this is just another. Assad using WMDs during a UN inspection defies logic. Does the NWO think people are really that dumb?
its all lies lies lies.
listen to Kerry's speech. he waves the bloody shirt of children killed in Syria to play on peoples emotions so that they will support the war. he condemns anyone who might think that Assad is not to blame. he says the use of chemical weapons is intolerable. (umm, Agent Orange in Vietnam? Depleted Uranium in Iraq?) then he goes on to say it doesn't matter who used the chemical weapons, we have to invade.
Doesn't matter!? WTF? is this lala land?
clearly the people who stand to gain and who are pushing for this conflict don't give a F*CK about anyone. not the Syrians not the US citizens. no one!
POWER CORRUPTS, AND ABSOLUTE POWER CORRUPTS ABSOLUTLY.