Really? Were you there? No, you were not! So don't make claims you can't back up.
Once more, just like Libya these clips are flooding Youtube as "proof" of Syrian government murdering innocents. And yet we know nothing from these clips, learn nothing, and nothing can be proved so why waste our time?
Were is Czechmate and the other cheerleaders from the Libya thread? Seems they got a little quiet once their hero's turned out not to be such nice guys after all.
and you consider a guy shooting an AK above your head (without aiming) a brave guy? Because he is an idiot in my book but that's my opinion I guess
So you tell me who is thinking now? I have a thought process that likes to make sense of what I'm seeing. You obviously see 8 hero's shooting up a tank, I see 8 assholes shooting up a bus, you go ahead and take their word on it, I won't.
It's amazing how you guys pick and choose which Arab's you're going to belive, if these were Palestinians or Iraqi's I could bet you and the rest wouldn't be so ready to believe.
Last edited by Laworkerbee; 12-28-2011 at 04:50 PM.
Are you done or did you prepared another rant?
I dont know who is in there and truth to be told I dont really care that much. Nor do I care that much about 8 armed irregulars on the roof of some abondoned building shooting with small arms and MGs on some convoy. Reason for that is simple - I dont live there and it doesn´t affect me at all. However reading the name of the thread and sub-section of the forum I kinda thought that adding video from Syrian conflict/uprising into photos and videos section isn´t that bad of an idea while giving describtion which was used by several media outlets and video itself. Now I don´t trully know if you can´t comprehend this or if you´re just seeking some attention but one way or another I´m done with it, I can waste my time in more enjoyable way than this.
If that makes me a incomprehensible attention whore then so be it.
Since you don't seem to care about Syrians either way what does this make you? War voyuer?
Below is a rough translation of their conversation:
Let us tell you the truth. The problem does not involve observers in person or as a group. The problem lies in the Arab initiative itself. You have come here to supervise the implementation of an Arab League plan which is composed of several items. The first item is to immediately halt the killing.Arab League official:
How can you be available in Homs, when 15 people got killed? We have not benefited from your presence as observers here. You have not protected people from getting killed. Yesterday [Tuesday], 10,000 people gathered at al-Sa’aa Square chanting their demands."
This is our third day here. Do you expect what had occurred in six or nine or three months could be fixed in a day? Please be patient. Give us time. We will continue performing our duties to the point that would lead to dialogue.”To this, a second resident, visibly angry, replies:
What dialogue? How can we reach dialogue while people get killed. We were told that security men would not kill anyone in the presence of Arab observers. But while the head of the observers team was here a child , among 15 other people, was killed. Have you been available there?”Arab League official:
We are keeping a strict track of any incidents that take place here. This is only our first day here."A man who has been watching the conversation then says:
We have been here for five days without bread. This is the first time bread has been distributed in the neighbourhood."