Fighting rages in Syria as world slams Assad speech

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    noriyosan73

    The world's outcry is deafening. Nobody hears it. Assad is not going anywhere in the near future, so the world needs to get used to it.

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    YGHome3

    The headline says that the world slams Assad speech. But who is the world? According to Wikipedia, there are 193 members in the United Nations. How many of them side with the Western effort to bring about a regime change in Syria? How much of the world's population do they encompass? The fact that the UN Secretary-General openly represents one wing of the international public, and does not even try to exhibit a shred of neutrality, is awkward.

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    badsey3

    When people have guns you do not have these outside terrorists (foreigners) running the streets. =this battle would have been over in one or two days.

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