US military planning Syrian Invasion?

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PostTue Dec 04, 2012 4:53 pm » by *WillEase*


There is a degree of panic, and rightly so, over whether the Syrian tyrant Basher al Assad will use chemical weapons against either his own people or foreign attackers. His regime has this week threatened to do the latter, thus finally confirming what was long suspected but never openly admitted, that Syria possesses chemical weapons. It is believed to have mustard gas as well as nerve agents such as tabun, sarin and VX. The fear is either that the Assad regime uses them or that they fall into the hands of Hezbollah, al Qaeda or other Islamic terrorist groups.
Either prospect is utterly nightmarish. Even Russia says it has told Syria it is unacceptable to threaten to use them.

In the last few days, this has been much discussed. What has not been raised, however, is the question of how Syria managed to develop such a chemical weapons stockpile in the first place.
No-one in the western media seems remotely curious about how Syria has managed to arm itself to the teeth with them beneath the radar of international scrutiny.

Dr Danny Shoham, at the Begin-Sadat Centre for Strategic Studies at Bar-Ilan University in Israel, is an expert in chemical and biological warfare. In a Middle East Quarterly article in 2002, Guile, Gas and Germs: Syria's Ultimate Weapons, he set out the extraordinary history of Syria’s chemical weapons programme.

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PostTue Dec 04, 2012 5:08 pm » by The57ironman


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..there had better not be any f*ckin' chemical , biological , or nuclear weapons used ........



............or i'm gonna be pissed

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PostTue Dec 04, 2012 10:13 pm » by mediasorcery


i doubt he will , too many eyes on him, that would bring way too much heat, but it wouldnt surprise me if some others do tho.and blame it on him, perfect opportunity, so who will fill the vacuum if he goes i wonder? look at egypt now, happy days there haint it lol.
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PostTue Dec 04, 2012 10:23 pm » by *WillEase*


mediasorcery wrote:i doubt he will , too many eyes on him, that would bring way too much heat, but it wouldnt surprise me if some others do tho.and blame it on him, perfect opportunity, so who will fill the vacuum if he goes i wonder? look at egypt now, happy days there haint it lol.


The world was watching Saddam too. It didn't stop him from attacking the Kurds though did it?


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