Whole Families Burtchered By Syrian Rebels The West Supported

If those three skunk felchers Obama, Cameron and Hollande had got their way these people would be in charge in Syria by now.

‘Over 80 civilians in a town northwest of the Syrian capital of Damascus have been executed by Islamist rebels, sources within the Syrian military told RT. Many others were kidnapped to be used as human shields.

Government forces are continuing a large-scale operation against Jabhat al-Nusra and Liwa Al-Islam fighters, who captured the town earlier this week. The area is located some 20 kilometers away from Damascus.

According to SANA news agency, around 1,000 militants were in the town when it was enveloped by the army on Friday.

The military sources said the “armed groups have performed an execution of civilians” in Adra, RT Arabic correspondent Abutaleb Albohaya reported from Syria.’

Read more at Russia Today:
Whole families murdered’: Syrian rebels execute over 80 civilians outside Damascus

3 thoughts on “Whole Families Burtchered By Syrian Rebels The West Supported

  1. The Arab peoples, sadly, seem quite partial to blowing each other up and perpetrating mutual mass murder on a regular basis.
    A bit like Africa really,the whole region’s become a f*king basket case, social stability wise.

    Doesn’t detract from the fact that Assad deserves the drop at least as much as Saddam.


    1. I don’t think we can say that when a majority of Syrians support him. Or we have to say Obama deserves to go alongside him, people are dying in a civil war in South Sudan thanks to American meddling now.

      It gets back to my principle of non involvement. We don’t understand these people or what motivates them. We could never live under a dictator like Assad, Gadaffi or Saddam but it seems the only way their nations can live. Unless the west was to recolonise – and you can imagine the knee – jerk reaction of the left to that idea.

      So as a salve for the left wing guilt complex do we bring down the dictators and leave the ordinary people to the tender mercies of the human offal scoffers? And cost our nations vast sums and many lives as we police ongoing tribal conflicts?


      1. Yes but the vast majority of Iraqis would have said ( as they trembled in their sandals) they supported Saddam all the way when he was in power and shooting his hairdresser because he thought he knew too much about him… so quoting most Syrians claiming to support Assad doesn’t count for JS.

        Ruling by fear is what “A sad bastard” and his cute genocidal father before him’s been doing for decades… but there’s definitely a sad element of truth in your observation that the Arab peoples seem to need the big stick leadership just to keep their countries in one piece.

        Look at the mess Egypt’s in now for example, after such high hopes post Mubarak. The average Egyptian male, to me, appears half man / half boy.

        All quite demoralizing for those who dared to hope for permanent positive change via the Arab Spring.


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