WMDs: From Iraq to Syria and back

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KEVZPHOTOS
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Re: WMDs: From Iraq to Syria and back
In reply to Allochka Emiliana, 10 months ago

Allochka Emiliana wrote:

Well, it seems Syria is returning the favor now...

"Lebanese daily says 20 trucks crossed into Iraq last week, bearing equipment and material used for manufacturing chemical weapons."

http://www.jpost.com/Syria-Crisis/Report-Syria-transported-chemical-weapons-to-Iraq-326141

It remains (yet) to be seen...IF indeed Syria are trying to re-locate some of their chemical weapons in order to avoid having to destroy them, etc.

WE shall just have to wait and see IF this is actually the case.

None of the major news networks are covering this story - at the moment.

Even Israel's i24News has not mentioned it...to date.

However, IF ASSAD is trying to do this...then of course this already would be a complete violation of theproposed agreement...and pretty much throw that potential out of the window.

Nobody will trust Assad nor Putin...IF this turns out to be true.

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Re: WMDs: From Iraq to Syria and back
In reply to Piitts Pa, 10 months ago

Piitts Pa wrote:

LeRentier wrote:

Your link points to a Israeli newspaper which cites "a Lebanese" paper without further detail and no supporting evidence whatsoever.
Kev could have written the article, it's full of unfounded assertions but they serve the purpose, make the current Syrian regime as black as possible.
Slander is a marvellous tool, tell six lies and one unrelated truth and people like you gobble it without asking further questions.

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veni vidi vomi

I hope you realize that you are an anti-Semite and we don't like your kinds of people very much at all.

Wow, that really scares me. I'm cleaning my weapons right now, just in case. .  

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veni vidi vomi

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Re: WMDs: From Iraq to Syria and back
In reply to LeRentier, 10 months ago

LeRentier wrote:

Piitts Pa wrote:

LeRentier wrote:

Your link points to a Israeli newspaper which cites "a Lebanese" paper without further detail and no supporting evidence whatsoever.
Kev could have written the article, it's full of unfounded assertions but they serve the purpose, make the current Syrian regime as black as possible.
Slander is a marvellous tool, tell six lies and one unrelated truth and people like you gobble it without asking further questions.

. . . _ _ _ . . .
veni vidi vomi

I hope you realize that you are an anti-Semite and we don't like your kinds of people very much at all.

Wow, that really scares me. I'm cleaning my weapons right now, just in case. .

Are you allowed to carry weapons in France?

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Re: WMDs: From Iraq to Syria and back
In reply to KEVZPHOTOS, 10 months ago

KEVZPHOTOS wrote:

Allochka Emiliana wrote:

Well, it seems Syria is returning the favor now...

"Lebanese daily says 20 trucks crossed into Iraq last week, bearing equipment and material used for manufacturing chemical weapons."

http://www.jpost.com/Syria-Crisis/Report-Syria-transported-chemical-weapons-to-Iraq-326141

It remains (yet) to be seen...IF indeed Syria are trying to re-locate some of their chemical weapons in order to avoid having to destroy them, etc.

WE shall just have to wait and see IF this is actually the case.

None of the major news networks are covering this story - at the moment.

Even Israel's i24News has not mentioned it...to date.

However, IF ASSAD is trying to do this...then of course this already would be a complete violation of theproposed agreement...and pretty much throw that potential out of the window.

Nobody will trust Assad nor Putin...IF this turns out to be true.

I don't anyway.

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LeRentier
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Re: WMDs: From Iraq to Syria and back
In reply to eroll1, 10 months ago

eroll1 wrote:

LeRentier wrote:

Piitts Pa wrote:

LeRentier wrote:

Your link points to a Israeli newspaper which cites "a Lebanese" paper without further detail and no supporting evidence whatsoever.
Kev could have written the article, it's full of unfounded assertions but they serve the purpose, make the current Syrian regime as black as possible.
Slander is a marvellous tool, tell six lies and one unrelated truth and people like you gobble it without asking further questions.

. . . _ _ _ . . .
veni vidi vomi

I hope you realize that you are an anti-Semite and we don't like your kinds of people very much at all.

Wow, that really scares me. I'm cleaning my weapons right now, just in case. .

Are you allowed to carry weapons in France?

You want to know if it is safer to shoot me in the street ? Give it a try . . 

France is like all other countries, there are laws and regulations, including for weapons.

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veni vidi vomi

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eroll1
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Re: WMDs: From Iraq to Syria and back
In reply to LeRentier, 10 months ago

LeRentier wrote:

eroll1 wrote:

LeRentier wrote:

Piitts Pa wrote:

LeRentier wrote:

Your link points to a Israeli newspaper which cites "a Lebanese" paper without further detail and no supporting evidence whatsoever.
Kev could have written the article, it's full of unfounded assertions but they serve the purpose, make the current Syrian regime as black as possible.
Slander is a marvellous tool, tell six lies and one unrelated truth and people like you gobble it without asking further questions.

. . . _ _ _ . . .
veni vidi vomi

I hope you realize that you are an anti-Semite and we don't like your kinds of people very much at all.

Wow, that really scares me. I'm cleaning my weapons right now, just in case. .

Are you allowed to carry weapons in France?

You want to know if it is safer to shoot me in the street ? Give it a try . .

Why would I want to do that? this forum would be boring without you.

France is like all other countries, there are laws and regulations, including for weapons.

I just thought that by weapons you mean a white flag. 

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