The Free Syrian Army often talk about Syrian opposition and its no secret that Paris is feeling the strain from what is happening and has brought up some old fears of the past. The United States and the Western world equally has a perception of what has been effecting the Middle East, this is a satirical light hearted look at Surface-to-air missile attacks and the recruitment process in place to overcome all the difficulties we are currently reading, watching and listening about when asked about how to fix the problems in Syria and is sponsorship really a good option, its been done before in other scenarios, so why not this one too.
Anton Goryunov is in Paris taking a look at America the Western powers that want to ‘help out’ and arm rebels round the world. Anton explores the thoughts and feelings outside of Syria and explores the variation of views out there on the topic of war and how in the past these things have troubled the world. They key thing to understand is there are no set rules and people have feelings as well you know.
How about launching an international charity called Adopt A Syrian Rebel? It would involve people sponsoring a member of the Free Syrian Army, say for a mere grand a month, getting his photograph on the map of Syria and receiving regular updates on his progress. Perhaps a Free Syrian Army to run a lottery speeding up President al-Assad’s departure.
Become a proud owner of an artillery piece or a heavy machine gun or a surface to air missile, with their names emblazoned on them, going to a place where they would be used to fight for democracy and freedom? #STi Spoiler (Oct 25th 2013)
You can find out more about the Free Syrian Army and try and make your own mind up about who it is called Syrian opposition and how Paris, the United States, the Western world and the Middle East will be interpreting this sort of information like Surface-to-air missiles over on Stirring Trouble Internationally. Why Not Sponsor A Syrian Rebel And Watch Him Kick Butt? A cynical look at Syria, if you cannot be cynical then what is left in the world.
Reactions and theories are coming in from all around the world, the Syrian crisis continues to grow and Barack Obama continues to put pressure on Bashar al-Assad in Syria and the UN inspectors searching for chemical weapons. Halla Diyab explains what is happening as it happens to Syrian people and explains again the newest UN Security Council resolutions. President Barack Obama and the US government are currently on shutdown mode for two days at least along with the museums.
The Syrian civil war has troubled everyone including the US because of the sarin gas attack on Aleppo.
The Syrian rebels have been working together to topple the Syrian government which is experiencing even more difficulties than the USA.
Syria‘s neighbours have been feeling the pinch too and Saudi Arabia are doing their best you know to help situations because there is a chance that rebels could sign up with al Qaeda. Christians have been publicly executed and residents in the area are living in fear for there lives from both sides. President Obama, September 8 and the Syrian Christians leaving Maaloula to get away from al Qaeda the jihadist group reportedly offering false hope to people who pledge allegiance like puppets on a string.
A post made earlier today over on Stirring Trouble Internationally comments and analysis of news and current affairs.
Bertie Thrustworthy reports from New York to help you navigate around the different comedians out there. Comedians and satirists in USA. Comedy in America is shielding President Barack Obama. The shows worth noting are Jon Stewart, Stephen Colbert and Jay Leno shows are all telling jokes about the Nobel Peace Prize winner. In addition read about satirical talks with Senator John McCain and Lindsey Graham to understand the entertainment variables during talks of war. In todays article you can read about the Internal Revenue Service and the IRS support for comedians who fail, find out more about Seth MacFarlane and what exactly Bertie means. Another article that will be rotating around the comedy and entertainment circuit for most of this year.
Ben Delicious reports from London in parliament talking about the proposed military strike that did not win the vote, find out more about Bashar al Assad, PM Cameron and the measures in place to help Syria. Find out more about Tony Blair, President Barack Obama and the war in Iraq as reported in the US, all this and more over on Stirring Trouble Internationally.
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In this week’s Telling It Like It Is, the former Kremlin adviser Alexander Nekrassov and broadcaster James Whale discuss the week’s news with VoR’s Brendan Cole.
Jim Bob‘s insight:
Top of the agenda is the attack in Syria that saw so many people die in what is alleged to have been a chemical attack. Brendan Cole. The attack in Damascus is being discussed in a news podcast over on The Voice of Russia. Mentioned is the extent of damage broadcasted on women, men and children by these awful chemical weapons. Listen in as Alexander Nekrassov, James Whale and Brendan Cole discuss the weeks news.
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Ben Delicious reports from Damascus about Syria, Syrians and how other people might feel if they had UN inspectors knocking one their door looking for chemical weapons. The thoughts that must have gone through Syrian President Bashar al Assad head. Picture the scene a Nobel Peace Prize Laureate US President Barack Obama and British Foreign Secretary William Hague come to visit it must be quite exciting. The Syrian rebels have been accused of all sorts of stuff that has happened in Syria and Egypt recently. What kind of things are the UN inspectors looking at, what sort of chemical weapons did they discover and what is really happening to raise the hearts and minds of people in Syria. Find out this and much much more over on Stirring Trouble Internationally.
Adam Lovejoy writes from Paris about the influx of news. Read all about celebs like Madonna. News about dissonance in Europe and laws on big wars from the past. And takes a predictive look at wars of the future.
Find out more about President Bashar al-Assad. Find out what is happening in the Middle East, Afghanistan, Pakistan and the Taliban. And find out why the world economy could well mean a great big war could be on the cards.
This years topics have revolved around the Middle East, Bashar al-Assad and the Taliban.
The singer Madonna about celebrity singers and live concerts.
On the topic of fashion news reports come in from Paris.
From the Eurozone and life in the UK news you will find out latest news about the world economy and how it changes.
You can also read behind the scenes news reported from Afghanistan, Pakistan and places like that.
Assad it seems is bothering peoples views about Syria, representatives of the USA Barack Obama and John McCain chips in with the discussions. The United States Joint Chief of Staff have to observe Obama and never forget what happened to leaders like Richard Nixon and the situation with the Internal Revenue Service not forgetting the Osama Bin Laden blunder by Washington. Martin Dempsey reveals all in this interesting article.
Dan Majestic reports from Washington about rumours of war in Syria.
So what if the Islamists will be in power in Syria and two million people die? President Barack Obama’s
Richard Dimpsey, who runs the US Joint Chiefs of Staff, has revealed at a Senate hearing that he has provided the commander-in-chief with all the option available to launch a military strike against Al Assad.
The FBI investigation accompanied by the Internal Revenue Service a similar investigation happened years ago with Richard Nixon, the media had a field day. Senator McCain is only too aware of what happened with the PoW losses in the sixties. Drones flying all over Syria so people can watch on television Assad as what happened with Osama Bin Laden in a previous mission. Are the yanks seriously considering invading Syria. Find out over on Stirring Trouble Internationally.
Special relations have existed between US and UK politicians for the past few years. People like Tony Blair and his team have received all types of finances by combining each others interests. Each country has its own interests. The US has a big interest in Gulf oil, British expertise on the matter has been instrumental in helping the US get what it wants. Over the years, British troops have accumulated a lot of intelligence whilst occupying Afghanistan.
The USA has a good way of training soldiers, great at gathering intelligence from around the world. Less known they are good at coordinating relationships during hard times. Libya and Syria is a good example of how this alliance has helped these two countries thanks to Tony Blair. Top company in the US ExxonMobile swapped shared information here in the UK. President Barack Obama spoke over the phone with Britain about telecommunications in Kenya. The problem seems that BP have spilled a lot of oil in the ocean, such as Gulf of Mexico.
Had the British government worked closer with British companies like BP. Things may have been a lot different to the mess we see today. Instead they chose to focus on building relationships in areas of conflict. Find out what Prime Minister David Cameron is up to. Why is he asked to focus on conflicts outside of the UK. Why are UK politicians just doing what they are told to do?
Because Americans do what they told to do without examining the effects. The US does it well by working with the profitable telecommunications companies. The UK has seemed to lost its intelligence on oil in the gulf like it did a few years ago.