Last time I went to IBM in Minn. the whole city was guys in white full length robed Saudis
Part of what's frustrating is that so many people are accusing Obama of being this Muslim sympathizer going to war to arm our enemies in the name of Islam. They're looking in the total wrong direction. First of all, the idea that anybody really has control over the MIC is amusing, but what's scarier is that people don't see how influential the Saudi peninsula really is. The Gulf War was essentially us doing the bidding of the Saudi and Kuwait...which was slant-drilling into Iraqi oil fields before they were invaded. We've been their muscle for over two decades now.
Interesting how this is all lining up with the kickoff of the Qatar-backed Al Jazeera America. Quara being one of the countries that would benefit most from Assad's regime falling.
not alone. if they have UN support, YES. we cant be made to look like invading hordes. if they're not stopped, what's next? a rocket with that shit launched on our allies or our embassy's?? i hope this has some actual purpose and not just a 5 day head start to kill nothing but janitors and cleaning people. way too much discussion and notice has already been given. they need to take out head people who were involved in this. blowing up an empty building is a bullshit symbol that wont serve anyone.
Syria crisis: Russia and China step up warning over strike
Russia and China have stepped up their warnings against military intervention in Syria, with Moscow saying any such action would have "catastrophic consequences" for the region.
The US and its allies are considering launching strikes on Syria in response to deadly attacks last week.
The US said there was "undeniable" proof of a chemical attack, on Monday.
UN chemical weapons inspectors are due to start a second day of investigations in the suburbs of Damascus.
The UN team came under sniper fire as they tried to visit an area west of the city on Monday.
A spokesman for UK Prime Minister David Cameron says the UK is making contingency plans for military action in Syria.
Mr Cameron has cut short his holiday and returned to London to deal with the Syrian crisis.
The administration has deliberately left itself almost no room for manoeuvre - its credibility would now be zero if it failed to take some form of military action”
Russian foreign ministry spokesman Alexander Lukashevich has called on the international community to show "prudence" over the crisis and observe international law.
"Attempts to bypass the Security Council, once again to create artificial groundless excuses for a military intervention in the region are fraught with new suffering in Syria and catastrophic consequences for other countries of the Middle East and North Africa," he said in a statement.