Which movement do you support in the Syrian Civil War

Posted by: ChosenWolff

  • Assad Regime (Iran, Russia, Hezbollah,Ba'th groups, China)

  • Islamic Front (Free Syria, Al-Qaeda, ISIS, Turkey, United States)

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Cold-Mind says2014-07-04T06:24:10.8766769-05:00
Neither.
ChosenWolff says2014-07-04T06:24:38.8132337-05:00
Which one do you prefer?
ChosenWolff says2014-07-04T06:26:24.2855098-05:00
The Assad shiite regime is already the worst one installed, so I reason if Free Syria took power, then at least their wouldn't be chemical weapon attacks. Only problem is when the democratic army and the ultra theocrats Al-Qaeda win, they'll be fighting over which government to put in place.
XLAV says2014-07-04T06:40:47.6694409-05:00
Both factions are bad. Where is the Kurd faction? I like the Kurd faction.
ChosenWolff says2014-07-04T06:43:39.8598894-05:00
The kurrd faction couldn't convey my point well enough. Although the kurds are allies with Free Syria and Al Qaeda
joning.78 says2014-07-04T07:59:51.6067915-05:00
There should be no more killing. Who start the killing, who should bear the penalty.
ChosenWolff says2014-07-04T08:02:45.1168543-05:00
Assad
Kc1999 says2014-07-04T08:05:30.5784611-05:00
The Free Syrian Army will destroy Syria and Arabic Unity. This is not a fight between oppression and freedom, this is a fight between Arabic Unity and Jihadist oppression. The United States must not intervene; it fails to realize that Ba'athism will shut the highest critics of American companies, i.E Al Qaida and others down, because Ba'athism is secular. The Ba'athist Regime has been lied against, hated, and criticized by the United Nations, only because they interviewed 225 ppl allegedly "PART OF THE PROTESTS" but yet it has not submitted that report for the Assad Regime to analyze. What can the United Nations do? It can only spread lies about Arabic unity to destroy it. If I had to choose between Ba'athism and Jihadism, I'd go for Ba'athism. Glory to the Ba'ath!
ChosenWolff says2014-07-04T08:07:30.1182030-05:00
Lol, the free Syrian Army is democratic. Something Syria is not right now. Only a portion of the country and ethnic arabs support the kurds. If anybody symbolizes unity, it would be a sunni transjordan group, like Free Syria.
Kc1999 says2014-07-04T08:14:53.5227790-05:00
@ChosenWolff: "Riad al-Asaad stated in October 2011 that the Free Syrian Army (FSA) has no political goals except the removal of Bashar Assad as president of Syria" Its second largest ally is the Islamic Front, aka Jihadists. Is this what you want for Syria? Sharia? Theocracy? If we implement *TRUE* Ba'athism, Arabic Unity via the creation of the United Arabic Republic would be preferred than the mock Ba'athist movement of Hussein.
ChosenWolff says2014-07-04T08:15:56.7807790-05:00
The Free Syrian armies official goal is the changing to the old constitution before the Assad Nepotists.
Kc1999 says2014-07-04T08:16:43.4247790-05:00
Its only goal, according to its representatives, is to overthrow Assad.
ChosenWolff says2014-07-04T08:18:26.7435790-05:00
And the restoring of the old constitution. You do realize Free Syria is the paramilitary wing of the Syrian National Council? Who's goal is to form a democratic Syria.
Kc1999 says2014-07-04T08:24:17.7093388-05:00
Yes I do. And I hate all the SNC stands for.
Kc1999 says2014-07-04T08:25:04.1384571-05:00
I'm not going to pretend to be a liberal here. The SNC stands in the way of Arabic unity, a goal that the Arabic people should and must work towards.
ChosenWolff says2014-07-04T08:26:54.6027652-05:00
Assad isn't recognized by the EU, NAFTA, and all but three members of the Arab League. His existence is harming the people of Syria rather than helping it. As soon as he abdicates, Syria will stop functioning as a proxy war sandbox for the foreign powers. If the people of Syria want to be fascist, they can do it democratically. The people should vote their fate.
ChosenWolff says2014-07-04T08:31:24.1722969-05:00
Assad does not prepresent Syrian unity. He's not completely ethnic Syrian, represents and rules using the minority religion, shiite, and has been disgraced by half of the nations in the UN, and the other half refuses to open dialogue. The best way to "Syrian" unity, is by letting the Syrians make unified decisions. Nationalism doesn't have to be a result of authoritarianism.
ChosenWolff says2014-07-04T08:31:42.1746969-05:00
*represent
Kc1999 says2014-07-04T08:32:57.3198969-05:00
The EU has taken away the sovereignty of Greece. NAFTA has literally done nothing but destroy Iraq and Afghanistan. You call the Assadist Regime proxy? What is this? The Assadist Regime is supported by Hezbollah et all, but they are not controlled by anyone else, not even the Arabic Ba'ath Party. The SNC is the one being puppet-controlled by the US and other Islamic movement. A true Ba'athist regime is more preferable than a Sectarian Democracy.
ChosenWolff says2014-07-04T08:38:26.0696728-05:00
Assad himself isn't a proxy. The was that's in place do to his regime is. Assad being in power has made the nation a endless struggle fueled by US and Russian arms, while American and Chinese business man leach off the war economy. He doesn't represent sovereignty, nor does the EU have anything to do with this conversation. A sovereign nation is independent of interpartisian politics, and abides by their constitution. Syria can do that and be Democratic. I would argue that the Russian troops in the nation helping Assad, are making Syria lose sovereignty at the moment. All sides in the conflict are being pulled by foreign strings, and I simply choose the better of the two. The one which seeks European intergration (Technically Syria , Iraq, and Turkey are transeuropean), democracy, and rule based on secular decision making. Assad winning this war means another Russian puppet state. Much like Armenia, Kazahkastan, Belarus, and Serbia are today.
ChosenWolff says2014-07-04T08:38:42.1534790-05:00
* the war
ChosenWolff says2014-07-04T08:39:19.5471584-05:00
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3lKYPp2Kp6s
XLAV says2014-07-04T08:46:24.2437934-05:00
No, the Kurds are also fighting the FSA, specifically the terrorist subgroup.
ChosenWolff says2014-07-04T08:47:56.4422846-05:00
Which Kurd group are you talking about? The Kurdistan declared autonomous region, or the Al-Qaeda subgroup? There are 22 factions involved in the Syrian Proxy War.
XLAV says2014-07-04T09:14:06.2730096-05:00
The one with territory.
Haroush says2014-07-04T14:26:26.7549904-05:00
I agree with Cold-Mind

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