Was the Syrian uprising really a spontaneous uprising?
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11-09-2013, 11:32 AM
Was the Syrian uprising really a spontaneous uprising?
According to wikileaks documents and other evidence, the events in Syria were planned and started several years ago.

http://www.theguardian.com/environment/e...-pipelines

EVIDENCE: - US ARMY FUNDED RAND CORPORATION DOCUMENT
http://www.rand.org/content/dam/rand/pub..._MG738.pdf

In this document strategists lay out how to implement and manipulate a long war, sustain the shia-sunni conflict as part of divide and conquer strategy. The target is Iran and it's allies.

EVIDENCE: - ABC NEWS
Bush authorizes CIA covert plans to begin destabilizing Iran and it's allies
http://abcnews.go.com/blogs/headlines/20...uthorizes/

EVIDENCE: - FORMER FRENCH FOREIGN MINISTER ROLAND DUMAS
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jeyRwFHR8WY

EVIDENCE: - WIKILEAKS
Wikileaks released hacked emails of the stratford company. Stratford company handles security for government and corporate emails. (apparently they didn't do a good job with this group of emails) :laugh at: Drinking Beverage
https://wikileaks.org/gifiles/docs/16714...rawal.html


The answer to the title of this thread? FUCK NO
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12-09-2013, 09:41 AM
RE: Was the Syrian uprising really a spontaneous uprising?
Wow. This is really damning. I'm surprised nobody is commenting on it. I had not heard that there were leaked emails from 2011 showing that the whole thing was planned from the beginning by the US and the UK, and that 2 years ago, before any of the hostilities began, the US Air Force was already debating the challenges they'd face with an ultimate air strike.

The saddest part is when you read the comments to that guardian piece. People just dismiss it as a 'conspiracy theory', even though it's substantiated by leaked emails and documents that have since been confirmed to be legit. Whenever there's strong evidence that one's government has committed horrific atrocities, it seems those who call themselves "patriotic" think that acknowledging what's going on would be treasonous and the best approach is to bury your head in the sand, dismiss the evidence, pretend it's not happening, and insist that YOUR country could never possibly engage in such horrific crimes.

With such a definition of "patriotism" it's easy to see how so many atrocities could be committed without the people objecting, like the Khmer Rouge, the Nazi's, the Gulag's, the McCarthy witch-hunts and Japanese-American concentration camps, etc., etc.,
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12-09-2013, 09:49 AM
RE: Was the Syrian uprising really a spontaneous uprising?
(12-09-2013 09:41 AM)frankksj Wrote:  Wow. This is really damning. I'm surprised nobody is commenting on it. I had not heard that there were leaked emails from 2011 showing that the whole thing was planned from the beginning by the US and the UK, and that 2 years ago, before any of the hostilities began, the US Air Force was already debating the challenges they'd face with an ultimate air strike.

The saddest part is when you read the comments to that guardian piece. People just dismiss it as a 'conspiracy theory', even though it's substantiated by leaked emails and documents that have since been confirmed to be legit. Whenever there's strong evidence that one's government has committed horrific atrocities, it seems those who call themselves "patriotic" think that acknowledging what's going on would be treasonous and the best approach is to bury your head in the sand, dismiss the evidence, pretend it's not happening, and insist that YOUR country could never possibly engage in such horrific crimes.

With such a definition of "patriotism" it's easy to see how so many atrocities could be committed without the people objecting, like the Khmer Rouge, the Nazi's, the Gulag's, the McCarthy witch-hunts and Japanese-American concentration camps, etc., etc.,

Unfortunately facts are not stronger than belief is. People believe in gods or believe their government wouldn't do things like this so they just dismiss it as conspiracy theory.
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12-09-2013, 12:13 PM
RE: Was the Syrian uprising really a spontaneous uprising?
I'm bookmarking the thread for personal interest, and to check up on the claims and sources when I can.
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