Wednesday, October 24, 2012

Video of Sunni against Shiite as Syria killing Lebanese leaders trying to spread their civil war throughout middle east


Three people died and 126 were injured in the explosion that killed al-Hassan, according to a final casualty count carried by Lebanon’s official National News Agency. The recent violence has raised concerns about a possible spillover of the conflict in neighboring Syria. March 14 supporters gathered at the rally’s venue in Beirut’s Martyrs’ Square, waving Lebanon’s flag and that of the Syrian rebels fighting Assad’s government. “We’re expressing our support for the Syrian people and opposition to Bashar,” said Ali Majzoub, 16, holding the rebel Syrian flag. 

  Lebanese army responds to gun battles between Sunnis, Shiites in Beirut: Video: Lebanese soldiers fired guns and tear gas to push back hundreds of protesters who broke through a cordon and tried to storm the government headquarters in Beirut. The crowd came from the funeral of a top intelligence official assassinated.

The total middle east breakdown Sunnni against Shiite we have written about numerous times is well under way. Sadly the world is not going to sit idly by but will and is interfering plus Israel and the Kurds are pushing for their new status in the new middle east.  We can only hope we keep it from erupting into WW3.

In closing: You know Putin just got himself reelected as President, he did this so he could be at the helm of Russia as he like me knows 100% that world war is our future. He plans on marshaling China who is rapidly building a more formidable military and whoever he can to take on US hegemony.

Russia watched helplessly as we had our way in Libya. Putin blames what is happening in Syria on our interference and Libya for training the protesters to fight against Bashar Al-Assad.

Putin is going to do everything possible to keep us from helping the Syrian people and I really feel for them. I do not see this going down the way Libya did and Iran and Russia are going to make sure it does not.

 I am afraid the Syrian people are going to be sacrificed, sacrificed in what is merely an opening salvo in this the wars for future dominance. I  heard that Russia is gathering forces to go into Iran via Armenia for a quick strike through Georgia. 
We have a showdown setting up that looks disastrous for the worlds future. It will be a miracle if we can keep this from turning into WW3!

James Joiner
Gardner, Ma

1 comment:

Demeur said...

Here's the problem. The Lebanese government has had ties to Syria for quite some time. So it makes one wonder who is behind the attacks. At present there are so many factions in Syria you'd need a score card to sort them all out. Assad to this discredit has been bombing even his own supporters. If that isn't madness I don't know what is.
I can't see this going on a whole lot longer. Syria's economy is slowly going down the toilet and eventually even those who supported Assad will turn against him if they aren't gaining anything. But of course the big question will be: What happens after Assad leaves, then what? There is no government to take over even in the interim.