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kristyan benedict Jun 17
Replying to @jonsaccount
So let Assad’s criminal regime go unpunished because there is impunity elsewhere? Decide if you want more impunity & war crimes or to build on positive examples of justice like these efforts against Syrian war criminals.
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brian g Jun 17
It's not 'Assad criminal regime' its 'Syrian govt led by Assad. And stop pretending you care for Syrians : Assad does ; you don't
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Ahmad Al-Issa Jun 17
I am a citizen. I have not authorized you or your colonial regimes to speak for me. is our democratically elected president. We the love him & support him. He is not killing his people. He is saving his people from you & your terrorists. 🇸🇾
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kristyan benedict Jun 18
The party will approve of this..
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Angelis Dania Jun 19
I think you’re right, but boy this is one really big party. Why, you’d almost think it was representative of the majority!
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kristyan benedict Jun 19
Assad’s mafia bans free & fair elections - Many Syrian reformists pre 2011 who called for democracy were detained & torturered. You’re assessing ‘support’ in a prison state by what the prison guards tell you.
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Angelis Dania Jun 19
It’s a mafia now? It’s the biggest mafia I’ve seen. I’d wonder if an election would be representative of the huge display of support across the country, except that it was, and independent observers confirmed it was free and fair.
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kristyan benedict Jun 19
So naive
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Angelis Dania Jun 19
How silly of me. I guess mass country-wide rallies and independently observed elections are no way to gauge the views of the people if your aim is to rob them of their agency and replace their reality with a narrative that manufactures consent for their continued destruction.
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kristyan benedict Jun 19
Regardless of any support the regime has, it does not justify the torture Assad’s regime has inflicted on Syrians.
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Angelis Dania Jun 19
In your experience, is this level of support usually engendered among the people through their torture? Or could it be that the majority of Syrians who are living the crisis are better informed than remote observers who’ve tried and failed for 7 years to overwrite their reality?
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kristyan benedict Jun 19
If you’re denying the regime does not use torture it’s clear you don’t understand how the regimes security forces operate - can’t really take your view seriously.
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Sabeen Syed🌏 Jun 19
According to whom though? The British funded Syrian Observatory for Human Rights? 🙄Trump is allowing Saudi Arabia starve millions of Yemenis to death but not so much as a squeak of condemnation or call for regime change. So if police brutality happens in the US which it does,
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kristyan benedict Jun 19
Read the article - according to Syrians who’ve been tortured and who represent torture survivors.
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Angelis Dania Jun 19
The article is a summary of allegations without any actual evidence, and embarrassingly relies on the Qatari funded Caesar files which upon review don’t actually demonstrate torture on the part of the Syrian government. Rick Sterling exposes that here:
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kristyan benedict Jun 19
Sure - I’ll listen to that crank over thousands of Syrians..! Regardless, the process of bringing the torturers to justice is progressing - read the article. No amount of conspiracy theories, pro fascist dogma or atrocity denial is changing that so keep barking..
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Angelis Dania Jun 19
For you it’s a matter of who to listen to rather than what evidence and analysis can confirm. You’ve chosen to listen to “thousands” of Syrians over literally millions. Your irresponsible affirmation of unevidenced claims is a vote of support for the forces butchering my people.
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kristyan benedict Jun 19
The evidence is overwhelming-I’m not looking to convince you - the justice process is progressing regardless of your atrocity denials and conspiracy theories. Have a good day.
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J J Scott Jun 19
Kristyan, Are you capable of a tiny bit of critical thinking, do you have no curiosity? There is nothing negative about Assad before 2009, the 'Syrian civil war' was yet another set up, like all the others, evidence is all around, how can you not know? Assad's mates before 2009
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vanessa beeley
Tony Blair to Bush - after invasion 'give a chance at "different" relationship' - all went wrong when Pres. Assad said "NO" to US backed Qatar/Turkey pipeline among other stances that did not comply with U.S Unipolarity & hegemony of vassal states in region.
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