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    beejean

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    36 hours after Noon in D.C.

    Post  beejean on Wed 18 Jul 2012, 11:29 pm

    36 hours after Noon in D.C.

    I just watched TV news with various FOX interviewees and administration spokespeople claiming that the Syrian government leader Pres. B. Assad will be ousted within 36 hours.

    scratch

    I have heard of the peaches being so ripe they fall from the tree, but this is nothing of that sort. Why President Obama consulting with President Putin? I think this is a much longer game of chess than a simple 1 building strike bringing along a sudden cessation of a whole functioning country. The Russians are in the vicinity in numbers. Anybody have the inside skinny on this ? No confused
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    Post  beejean on Sun 12 Aug 2012, 2:59 pm

    Overblown and Over-Hyped - 36 Hours till fall of Syria

    Following a bomb attack that left several Syrian regime officials dead, a State Department source forwarded to Fox News an assessment from an independent Middle East analyst who monitors social media in the region and provides occasional guidance to the department.

    "Tweet trends on #Damascus indicate something will collapse in #Syria next 36 hours," the message said. "Looks a lot like Tripoli did a year ago."

    The note was a reference to the atmosphere in Libya's capital before Muammar Qaddafi's regime was overthrown, and Qaddafi was captur

    Read more: http://www.foxnews.com/politics/2012/07/18/us-policymakers-brace-collapse-syria/#ixzz23LLHZCbM

    Don't believe everything you read. tongue

    Take one of the most complicated little nations with a big infrastructure and multiple factions and you get an alphabet soup.

    Intelligence above has proven out by events to win an Olympic rating of 0 out of 10 among a field of judges - the people who know the factions and the country.

    The United States doesn't have a chance unless its foreign affairs intelligence amps up from where it is now.


    I can say that in this transition we think it's essential to make sure that state's institutions stay intact and that we send very clear expectations about avoiding sectarian warfare. We have to think about what we can do to support a Syrian-led democratic transition that protects the rights of all Syrians. We have to figure out how to support the return of security and public safety, and how to get the Syrian economy up and going. We are working with our allies, we're working with the "Friends of Syria" and we're working directly with the opposition in our efforts to plan for that eventuality and to help the Syrians make that transition in a way that gives them the best possible prospects for the future.
    - Carney from White House Press Briefing of August 7, 2012.
    http://www.whitehouse.gov/the-press-office/2012/08/07/press-briefing-press-secretary-jay-carney-8712 [/quote]

    Foreign Secretary can't steer this thing from the WH. Nobody can steer this train wreck. What policies of WH have wrought = a failed state with lapses in security combined with WMD storage and transport to places unknown. Enemies with grudges- again, and again, and again. Maybe our National fate has become to repeat the blunders of England in relation to her Empire - but squared to the relative land mass of the USA divided by the land mass of the UK.




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