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Friday, June 14, 2013

Presenting this summer's distraction

If there were any doubts about the wisdom of the US getting militarily involved in Syria, the combination of the Benghazi, IRS, and NSA scandals appears to have resolved them:
The Obama administration has concluded that Syrian President Bashar Assad's government used chemical weapons against the rebels seeking to overthrow him and, in a major policy shift, President Obama has decided to supply military support to the rebels, the White House announced Thursday. "The president has made a decision about providing more support to the opposition that will involve providing direct support to the [Supreme Military Council]. That includes military support," Deputy National Security Adviser for Strategic Communication Ben Rhodes told reporters.
Well, it's better than a false flag event.  It's probably preferable to give the administration the easy foreign policy distraction they are seeking than force them to generate one.  And as an added bonus, the country will receive about 800,000 Syrian immigrants, which will help replace the now-declining native white population.
The Obama administration is considering resettling thousands of refugees who left Syria during the country's ongoing civil war to multiple towns and cities across the United States, the L.A. Times reports. A resettlement plan under discussion in Washington and other capitals is aimed at relieving pressure on Middle Eastern countries straining to support 1.6 million refugees, as well as assisting hard-hit Syrian families.... The United States usually accepts about half the refugees that the U.N. agency proposes for resettlement.
More diversity = more better, right?

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112 Comments:

Blogger Joshua_D June 14, 2013 9:19 AM  

links?

Anonymous Anonymous June 14, 2013 9:21 AM  

I sincerely hope Russia backs Assad in direct confrontation with the US. I also can't believe I'm saying that, but, there it is.

Blogger Nate June 14, 2013 9:22 AM  

/facepalm

Blogger Nate June 14, 2013 9:23 AM  

I am so... so... amused... that the most war prone administration of the last 50 years... got a nobel peace prize...and campaigned as a pacifist hippy.

Blogger Hacked acctount 2018/19? hcaacked! June 14, 2013 9:25 AM  

By all means, bring those poor people here and hopefully they will get along with the Chechens and other multic's. Either way, its a fine plan and this beats a summer ruined by debt theater.

FF1's are false flags, we may have a FF2, a feckless fallout.

Blogger Hacked acctount 2018/19? hcaacked! June 14, 2013 9:26 AM  

Check zerohedge, Russia already weighed in with the obvious.

Anonymous Stilicho June 14, 2013 9:27 AM  

It is the natural human right of AlQaeda members and supporters to become Americans after all. We can't discriminate against them 'cause that would be raciss and nationaliss.

Anonymous jay c June 14, 2013 9:32 AM  

If only foreign policy adventurism would distract the administration instead of the people, I might be ok with it.

Anonymous The other skeptic June 14, 2013 9:32 AM  

I sincerely hope Russia backs Assad in direct confrontation with the US. I also can't believe I'm saying that, but, there it is.

Indeed. It would be very interesting to see if those SA300s can deal with US countermeasures (and if the Syrians--or likely, the Russian--operators have the required intelligence.)

Anonymous Amir Larijani June 14, 2013 9:33 AM  

Paraphrasing Kissinger, the best outcome is for both sides to lose. There is no one worth rooting for in that fight.

Anonymous Anonymous June 14, 2013 9:34 AM  

Send them to Detroit.

RAT64
PS sorry about the anon handle.
don't know how to set up any of the other account types

Anonymous VD June 14, 2013 9:35 AM  

don't know how to set up any of the other account types

You don't have to, just select Name/URL and type in a Name. No registration is required.

Blogger Joshua_D June 14, 2013 9:35 AM  

Thanks.

Anonymous Daniel June 14, 2013 9:42 AM  

Nate, you've been facepalming frequently of late. Uruk-hai?

RAT64, at "Comment as:" just select Name/URL and type in RAT64. You can leave URL blank.

Anonymous MrGreenMan June 14, 2013 9:44 AM  

Park them in the area of the Gadsden Purchase as a buffer population. Demand five years' military service from any of them under 40, and deploy them to defend the border around that same territory. What are they going to do - reproduce, raise a king, use the munitions supplied as part of their military service, seize the capitol?

The Romans knew how to handle these massive migratory waves until it stopped working; we could probably spin the plate another generation following their model.

Blogger IM2L844 June 14, 2013 9:45 AM  

The spiteful bastard will no doubt target red states for refugee resettlement. They're obviously in dire need of diversity enhancements.

Anonymous Noah B. June 14, 2013 9:45 AM  

"Check zerohedge, Russia already weighed in with the obvious."

It doesn't even begin to make sense that Assad would have used sarin and the body count would be as low as 150.

Anonymous stats79 June 14, 2013 9:46 AM  

I wish Russia would kick our asses in the middle east. Pretty sure it ain't going to happen. Millions more need to die before Zionist blood lust is satiated.

Blogger CarpeOro June 14, 2013 9:48 AM  

I can only imagine the NewSpeak news headlines:
Obama Peace Initiative for the Syrian question
More Communities in the US Diversifying
New Business Initiatives with Cheaper Labor

Anonymous stats79 June 14, 2013 9:50 AM  

When ever the jews gather in large numbers, and gain power (seems 6 million is the tipping point) millions of locals start to die. Classic example is the Soviet Union and of course the Middle East. Kind of wondering when the slaughter starts in the United States.

Anonymous Peter Garstig June 14, 2013 9:51 AM  

Russia is already calling the lies...

Anonymous Josh June 14, 2013 9:53 AM  

No way this won't backfire

Anonymous Amanjaw Marc*ntte June 14, 2013 9:54 AM  

"Give me your tired, your poor, your huddled masses yearning to vote Democrat."

Blogger tz June 14, 2013 10:00 AM  

Ah, and maybe if he just lets all the Palestinians and Israeli Arabs move here too, it would solve Israel's apartheid problem.

He did get the Nobel Prize - what was it for again?

Anonymous Edjamacator June 14, 2013 10:04 AM  

Well, at least the refugees will be Christians, not Muslims, right?

Right?

Anonymous Van June 14, 2013 10:04 AM  

Nobel Prize for (War is) Peace.

*pretty obvious, so I figured I'd get it out of the way.

Blogger Nate June 14, 2013 10:06 AM  

"Nate, you've been facepalming frequently of late. Uruk-hai? "

I /headdesk'd yesterday.

Just trying to break it up some ya know?

Anonymous DonReynolds June 14, 2013 10:13 AM  

By any metric you could possibly use, it would be more efficient and effective to provide direct aid (food and shelter and and and) to refugees in their own country (or an adjacent country) than to airlift them to various cities and small towns in the US. What do we owe Syrian refugees (or rebels)? Nothing. What will we owe the Syrians if we openly arm and supply the rebels (successful or not)? Much, to be perfectly honest. The civil war in Syria would have ended long ago had it not been for foreign fighters and foreign weapons. WE keep the Syrian civil war going by supplying the side that would have long-ago ceased to kill anybody.

Anonymous FUBAR Nation Ben June 14, 2013 10:14 AM  

It's over. Make any plans you can to form your own local governance structure with trusted friends and family.

America is turning into Yugoslavia and the Soviet Union and we know how that ended.

Enjoy the Decline.

Anonymous Daniel June 14, 2013 10:14 AM  

Why didn't we just tell Assad not to use nerve gas or we would help the rebellion? It isn't fair to declare it a red line after the fact. I'm sure if he had known that WMD were sort of a sensitive subject for us, he would have used something less likely to drag us, kicking and screaming, into another Summer War.

Anonymous TJ June 14, 2013 10:16 AM  

"the country will receive about 800,000 Syrian immigrants"

This gives the NSA more reason to spy on us all. To protect us from the terrorists ... that
they let into the country. Brilliant!

Cause the problem and present the solution, the modus operandi

Anonymous Lorem Ipsum June 14, 2013 10:17 AM  

I know VD is fond of the Conspiracy Theory of History, I would like to propose an alternative, The Absurdity Theory. Namely where the likelihood of a course of action being enacted is directly related to how ridiculous and counterproductive it is bringing about the end state desired.

Anonymous zen0 June 14, 2013 10:17 AM  

the other skeptic is skeptical:

Indeed. It would be very interesting to see if those SA300s can deal with US countermeasures (and if the Syrians--or likely, the Russian--operators have the required intelligence.)

DP Goldman (Spengler) counters:

The larger scandal is that the West lacks countermeasures against the Russian system, the result of misguided defense priorities over the past dozen years. If the United States had spent a fraction of the resources it wasted in nation-building in Iraq and Afghanistan on anti-missile technology, Russia would lack the bargaining chip in the first place.

Anonymous DonReynolds June 14, 2013 10:19 AM  

tz...."Ah, and maybe if he just lets all the Palestinians and Israeli Arabs move here too, it would solve Israel's apartheid problem."

We already have an entrenched Jewish Israeli population. Should the newcomers from Palestine and the Israeli Arabs be resettled in the same neighborhoods or should Israeli apartheid policies be respected? I guess they would end up in the Ozarks instead or New Mexico, which might remind them of home.

Anonymous Tallen June 14, 2013 10:20 AM  

Breaking News: Osama Bin Laden alive, US to recommend as Syrian rebel leader and replacement for Bashar Assad.

Anonymous Cinco June 14, 2013 10:20 AM  

@Daniel

"Why didn't we just tell Assad not to use nerve gas or we would help the rebellion? It isn't fair to declare it a red line after the fact."

So, how sure are we that the Assad regime did use those weapons? And if it did, why would send our soldiers into the magical land of chemical warfare, when we cant win ground wars in lands without chemical weapons?

This has cover-up/accountability avoidance written all over it. I think back to when Clinton rocketed some country after the sex-gate broke.

Anonymous Difster June 14, 2013 10:21 AM  

I think this is awesome. I mean really, think of all of the advancements in math, science and other components of civilization that the Syrians contributed a couple of thousand years ago. Surely there must be some of that spark left in them just waiting to be released here in Freedom Land.

Anonymous DonReynolds June 14, 2013 10:23 AM  

NO.....800,000 Syrians?

Better idea, if they must be resettled in the USA, take them all to ALASKA. Plenty of room, cheap real estate, and very little conflict with the natives.

Anonymous patrick kelly June 14, 2013 10:23 AM  

"Well, at least the refugees will be Christians, not Muslims, right?

Right?"

As a natrual born US citizen and an Eastern Orthodox Christian who's Patriarch is currently in exile from Damascus AFAIK, this causes me a bit of inner conflict.

One of the reasons I have opposed US intervention in Syria is the likely similar results in Iraq, Christians being slaughtered or driven out as refugees. The Assad regime was a relatively sane, stable, peaceful, and secular one compared to others in that area and his strong hand provided the minority Christian population with protection, but the US appears to be once again on the side of what sure look like Muslim tribal Jihadist wanting to establish yet another Islamic republic on Israel's border.

My limited experience with immigrant Arab Orthodox Christians is that they assimilate quite well and embrace American culture, are relatively prosperous and productive, and tend to lean toward the more traditional, conservative side regarding social and political values. I could be guilty of "not all Arabs are like that" selection bias.

Anonymous Salt June 14, 2013 10:25 AM  

800K Syrians could be relocated to Detroit. That should help property values.

/s

Anonymous The other skeptic June 14, 2013 10:25 AM  

The wages of diversity are manifold. One is the lowered ability of the military to perform the tasks that might be required of it.

Anonymous boomer June 14, 2013 10:27 AM  

If the American people allow congress to support this. we deserve what we get. Of course the only way to stop the idiots is by having a revolutions.

Our methods of involvement with any Islamic/Arab country has always been a mistake.

65 years ago we should of nuked them all and black top their country's. At that time there was no country that could of stop us. had we done this, today there would be no need for the TSA or Homeland security.

Anonymous The other skeptic June 14, 2013 10:28 AM  

The larger scandal is that the West lacks countermeasures against the Russian system, the result of misguided defense priorities over the past dozen years. If the United States had spent a fraction of the resources it wasted in nation-building in Iraq and Afghanistan on anti-missile technology, Russia would lack the bargaining chip in the first place.

I am genuinely interested in a little action in that faraway place. Sure, people will die, but we will get to see the benefits of diversity, no doubt. Call it a natural experiment.

Anonymous Daniel June 14, 2013 10:28 AM  

So, how sure are we that the Assad regime did use those weapons?

Totally, completely 100% sure, of course. WMD causes the US to go to war, with phase 1 being the arming of rebel freedom fighters. We are at war, in phase 1, therefore Assad used WMD.

The only thing left is to occupy and prove it, even though it is sometimes impossible to prove when those bastards use gas, because gas blows away after a little while. Also, the State Department has no reason to lie just to get into a war, after all. War is bad. Obama himself said so a lot of times.

I mean, nerve gas! The nerve!

But yeah, our big mistake was in forgetting to tell Assad not to use it. If he had known, he wouldn't have, I'm sure.

Anonymous zen0 June 14, 2013 10:28 AM  

The Russians believe that the U.S. is creating chaos in the ME to purposely accelerate the destruction of regional and global stability in a fit of strategic insanity, because, as Spengler (again) points out:

It is impossible to persuade Vladimir Putin that the Middle East policies of the past two American administrations were merely stupid, because Putin doesn't believe that stupid people rule great powers. All the stupid people he met are dead.

So the Russians are paranoid about US idiocy thinking it has some overarching purpose. Has everyone forgot DR. Strangelove so soon?

Anonymous Anonymous June 14, 2013 10:34 AM  

I wonder if there was revolution here, would Russia provide us arms?

Anonymous The other skeptic June 14, 2013 10:35 AM  

So, Three areas of science are beyond debate

Climate Change, Vaccines and Obama's policy on the War on Terror.

Anonymous AK June 14, 2013 10:35 AM  

Oops... Unintentional Anonymous Comment.
repost: I wonder if there was revolution here, would Russia provide us arms?

Anonymous allyn71 June 14, 2013 10:36 AM  

Funny that we will now be arming and increase the training we are providing to Al Qeade while we have to spy on all American's at home to protect us from Al Qeade. Orwell was an optimist.

Nevada and Colorado will be ground zero for the Syrian advocates for the religion of peace to protect the nascent demon rat majority there.

Anonymous Stilicho June 14, 2013 10:41 AM  

today there would be no need for the TSA or Homeland security.

Why do you think that the TSA or DHS protect anyone from Arab terrorists?

Anonymous Noah B. June 14, 2013 10:44 AM  

The larger scandal is that the West lacks countermeasures against the Russian system, the result of misguided defense priorities over the past dozen years.

Not that I'm in favor of intervention in Syria, but I don't buy that. S-300's are huge and should be easily locatable via aerial reconnaissance. They can then be interdicted on the ground with drones. The need to utilize in-flight countermeasures should be minimal.

Anonymous Bitter, Clingy, Hatey Guy June 14, 2013 10:45 AM  

800,000 moar for ME TO HAAATE!! ME WANT TO HATE!!!!!!!!

Anonymous Stilicho June 14, 2013 10:51 AM  

800,000 moar for ME TO HAAATE!! ME WANT TO HATE!!!!!!!!

Why on Earth do you limit your hatred to those within the geographic boundaries that define the U.S. Go global or go home.

Anonymous TJIC June 14, 2013 10:51 AM  

800,000

In principal, more immigrants - of the right type - might be a good thing. Hindus, Middle Eastern Christians, etc. - in my experience these types tend to be anti-SWPL-Blue-State and either vote for conservatives or, at the very least, support conservative institutions.

It would be hilarious if the Right decided to fight the Left at it's own game of electing a new people. "You want to bring in 8 million Dem voting Mexicans? OK - we'll bring in 16 million English speaking Christians from Indian, England, Germany, Poland, and Beirut".

Maybe not a great game to play, but since the Left has already been playing the game for half a century, we might as well throw the dice and move a few pieces on the board.

Anonymous realmatt June 14, 2013 10:56 AM  

What makes you think poles Brits Germans want to come here???..

I work with and have known many polish. They hate it here and all plan to return to Poland when they retire, leaving behind their Americanized worthless children who will create even worse children of their own.

I don't want non whites here. We have too many already. This is the problem.

Anonymous Mr. Pea June 14, 2013 10:57 AM  

...today there would be no need for the TSA or Homeland security.

Right. Because today we have a need for the TSA and Homeland Stasi.

As if the TSA and Homaland Stasi had anything to do with the Boo(slim).

I bet if they cracked your head open, Boo-slims would fall out.

You've got to admit though, they did do a masterful mind puck on the psych of the AmeriKan sheeple. Boo. Boo-Boo.

It should be obvious by now.

Keep yer eye on the Boo.

Anonymous Porky, Truffles of Wisdom June 14, 2013 10:58 AM  

Porky said: May 04, 2013 9:14 PM

"Countdown to incontrovertible proof of Assad using chemical weapons on helpless children...3.....2....."

Y'all need to listen to the Wise Pig.

Anonymous Bitter, Clingy, Hatey Guy June 14, 2013 11:02 AM  

Why on Earth do you limit your hatred to those within the geographic boundaries that define the U.S. Go global or go home.

me dumb republican. me not heard of syria before.

Anonymous FP June 14, 2013 11:08 AM  

NSA related but OT

https://twitter.com/SharylAttkisson

Heh, the CBS reporter who covered Fast n' Furious has had it confirmed by CBS hired investigators that her computer/accounts were hacked and "While no malicious code was found, forensic analysis revealed an intruder had executed commands......that appeared to involve search and exfiltration of data."

Anonymous Stilicho June 14, 2013 11:12 AM  

me dumb republican. me not heard of syria before.

Well, there ya go. Fat, drunk, and Republicrat is no way to go through life son.

Anonymous zen0 June 14, 2013 11:12 AM  

Noah B opines S-300's are huge and should be easily locatable via aerial reconnaissance. They can then be interdicted on the ground with drones. The need to utilize in-flight countermeasures should be minimal.

Defense Update site disagrees:

When covered by by point defense missile systems, such as the SA-15 Tor or SA-22 Pantsir S1, an S-300 PMU2 would be virtually immune to standoff attack by precision guided weapons. The system is also designed to operate effectively even when subjected to severe countermeasures and electronic attack, which makes it especially difficult to suppress.

If they were as useless as you claim, why would it be considered a big deal to have them deployed?

Anonymous BlackJack June 14, 2013 11:15 AM  

Aww hell. Well at least we'll have Syrian restaurants.

Anonymous Anonymous June 14, 2013 11:16 AM  

Drones would be easily blown away by the SA300 system. Drones are great for killing civilians. Not so great for killing people with radar-guided missiles.

Anonymous Anonymous June 14, 2013 11:16 AM  

So, 800,000 is "thousands," huh? Let's see, if 800,000 blacks, women, or homosexuals showed up for a protest, do you think the media would describe them as "thousands," or would they be "about a million," or even "countless"?

Anonymous Martel Sobieski June 14, 2013 11:25 AM  

800K refugees is only a downpayment.

http://freepatriot.org/2013/06/12/obama-tells-senior-un-official-the-united-states-will-be-a-muslim-country-by-2016%E2%80%B3/

Anonymous boomer June 14, 2013 11:27 AM  

Why do you think that the TSA or DHS protect anyone from Arab terrorists?

The reason we got those there was bunch of liberals screaming that we had to do something. so they did just that STUPIDITY.

My point was had we dealt with them properly long ago the government would not have the excuse to do stupidity.

Are real problem is we elect stupidity and let them do stupidity

Blogger Ron June 14, 2013 11:29 AM  

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Blogger Ron June 14, 2013 11:33 AM  

@zen0

And yet, the government pursuing these policies now has near total control of your life, so why exactly do you think they have been stupid?

I dont know who is controlling what, all I know is that something very shady and very wicked is going on. I think the Republic may already be dead, and we are all in a lot of trouble.

Blogger Unknown June 14, 2013 11:34 AM  

Vox,what do you care?

You abanadoned the USA years ago!

Redeem youself! Return and join the struggle!

Blogger TontoBubbaGoldstein June 14, 2013 11:34 AM  


800K Syrians could be relocated to Detroit. That should help property values.

****** ******* ********

Totally, completely 100% sure, of course. WMD causes the US to go to war, with phase 1 being the arming of rebel freedom fighters. We are at war, in phase 1, therefore Assad used WMD.

The only thing left is to occupy and prove it, even though it is sometimes impossible to prove when those bastards use gas, because gas blows away after a little while. Also, the State Department has no reason to lie just to get into a war, after all. War is bad. Obama himself said so a lot of times.
/s



Fixed it for y'all!

Somehow the comment system removed the sarcasm tag from Daniel"s comment and placed it on
Salt's where it obviously did not belong.

Blogger Unknown June 14, 2013 11:34 AM  

Vox,what do you care?

You abanadoned the USA years ago!

Redeem youself! Return and join the struggle!

Anonymous liljoe June 14, 2013 11:42 AM  

Finally. The wife and I were just commenting the other day about the scandalous lack of quaint Syrian-style sidewalk cafes in our neighborhood. Imagine our embarrassment when we were entertaining our good friends from NYC! Now we can consider ourselves civilized at last.

Anonymous Anonymous June 14, 2013 11:45 AM  

Movers and preppers just don't realize that moving won't save you, and neither will preps. Only organizing with your compatriots right here in the US gives you any chance. Social and political organizations, with the use of force a distant (but distinct) option.

Anonymous Anonymous June 14, 2013 11:47 AM  

Remember in 2008, when people insisted that we had to vote for Obama, despite his appalling record on issues like abortion, because he would get us out of all the foreign military entanglements that warmonger Bush had gotten us into and surely would in the future?

Anonymous Ferd June 14, 2013 11:47 AM  

I never thought i would say this but i have to admire Putin as he does love his country and would never allow 800K more goat herders into Mother Russia. Our scallywag will let anything crawl into once great America.

Sighs,,,,,, When does the revolution start?

Anonymous TheExpat June 14, 2013 11:50 AM  

800,000

Meh, 300 True Spartans could stop them.

Anonymous DonReynolds June 14, 2013 11:50 AM  

Some dude..."Americans reading this, start moving your assets overseas, and get a second passport. Prepping is a noble idea, but get ready to run if it doesnt work out. Options are a good thing."

Prep all you like. Get three passports, or four. Get some maps and make plans. Do all of that, but remember this....

There is no place to run and no place to hide. Either we stay here alive or we stay here dead. I would rather stay here alive, regardless of what it costs my opponents. In the end, this real estate we call the US will not go cheaply. Not saying our enemies will not prevail, but they may have to swim rivers of blood to win. I do believe they are as willing to pay that price as I am to exact it.

Anonymous fnn June 14, 2013 11:52 AM  

Better idea, if they must be resettled in the USA, take them all to ALASKA. Plenty of room, cheap real estate, and very little conflict with the natives.

No, settle them next to the Somalis-especially the Christians.Though I doubt if even the Muslim Syrians will care much for the Somalis. All based on the current practice of whites outsourcing to Mexicans the job of ethnically cleansing blacks from neighborhoods in places like LA and Chicago. It was for good reasons that Daley II was an early and especially enthusiastic supporter of Mexican illegal immigration. If you're familiar with the demographic history of Chicago over the last several decades you know all this.

Anonymous Lex Rex June 14, 2013 11:53 AM  

It is gearing up, hence the ammunition shortages. The ammunition market consists of two main buyers, federal agencies and conservative whites.

Anonymous Noah B. June 14, 2013 11:54 AM  

When covered by by point defense missile systems, such as the SA-15 Tor or SA-22 Pantsir S1, an S-300 PMU2 would be virtually immune to standoff attack by precision guided weapons.

Actually, your source confirms that the S-300's are vulnerable to the type of attack I suggested. Otherwise, why would point defense missile systems be necessary?

Also, a single MQ-9 can carry enough ordnance to overwhelm three SA-15s. You would need four SA-15s per S-300 to even have a chance of protecting it. I doubt the Syrians have this level of protection in place.

If they were as useless as you claim, why would it be considered a big deal to have them deployed?

First of all, you should be used to the fact that much of what you see in the media is inaccurate garbage. Also, I never claimed S-300s were useless -- I only stated that the US has the means to deal with them in a relatively straightforward manner.

Anonymous Laz June 14, 2013 11:54 AM  

Speaking of refugees, how are those Somali "refugees" in Mass. and Penn. working out for ya? This country is run by morons.

Anonymous fnn June 14, 2013 11:54 AM  

Vox,what do you care?

You abanadoned the USA years ago!

Redeem youself! Return and join the struggle!


You don't know that the same struggle against the globalists is going on in Italy?

Anonymous cheddarman June 14, 2013 12:06 PM  

Expect a lot of dead American soldiers if we get involved there on the ground. Hezbollah fought Israel to a standstill, and they are fighting along side the Syrian Government forces.

Blogger The Anti-Gnostic June 14, 2013 12:08 PM  

Aww hell. Well at least we'll have Syrian restaurants.

Heh. I can take you to a dozen "Meditteranean" grills, cafes, bakeries and whatever other term they can come up with in a desperate attempt to capture market share in my home town.

The US economy is shedding jobs and consolidating jobs. It is not creating jobs. Many will come here and live off welfare. The more industrious will scratch out a living and will have to engage in tax avoidance to do so.

Like mr. kelly above, I too have ties with this community. I'd say half do fine and the other half find it a very hard scramble and end up really isolating themselves.

The whole modern immigration experiment seems more and more a tragic mistake. Successful, diverse cultures are being destroyed.

Anonymous Athor Pel June 14, 2013 12:12 PM  

"AK June 14, 2013 10:35 AM
...
I wonder if there was revolution here, would Russia provide us arms?"




Hell yes Russia, China, and anybody else that wants to destabilize America will be sponsoring internal dissent once things get going. The more distracted the US FedGov is the less it can interfere globally. Leaving all the other major powers a free hand to do what they want in their own backyards. I wouldn't put it past them to get things started. I am doubting that violent US internal dissent will be totally homegrown.

But we're not just talking about providing arms to spontaneous insurgencies. What will be happening will be full blown foreign created insurgencies with everything that entails, media story spinning, false flag ops, psy-ops, all the way up to overt military training and joint operations.

The CIA didn't just find a ready-made Al Qaeda in Afghanistan and begin funding it, they created it from whole cloth. AQ means The Base, as in database, a database of shooters and bomb makers willing to take CIA money to do dirty deeds that also happened to be Islamic jihadists.

Anonymous Athor Pel June 14, 2013 12:20 PM  

" Noah B. June 14, 2013 11:54 AM
...
Also, a single MQ-9 can carry enough ordnance to overwhelm three SA-15s. You would need four SA-15s per S-300 to even have a chance of protecting it. I doubt the Syrians have this level of protection in place.
..."



I did some Google Earth eyeballing of the ground around Damascus a few months ago. It is one military base after another and just about all the ones I saw were SAM sites. I was shocked at the numbers. You would need some serious interdiction assets to deal with it all. I was also shocked at the resolution of the aerial photographs, it was pretty darn good.

You should go look yourself. Actually everybody can go take a look, just use Google Map in your browser. If you can't find Damascus on a globe of the Earth I can't help you.

Anonymous Burt June 14, 2013 12:33 PM  

One of Christianity's greatest enemies was knocked off his ass and converted to one of Christianity's greatest advcotes on the road to Damascus. Pray the same happens to our dear leader.

Anonymous DonReynolds June 14, 2013 12:33 PM  

Most of the major powers are perfectly willing to fight wars with proxies....local allies. Only the USA seems to be willing to wade into local or regional conflicts with their own military. This has given those in "coalition" with the USA a decided advantage, but Syria will prove to be a different situation. Already Russian elite troops are in Syria, not to mention the usual Russian-made weaponry. I warn you, Syria is in the Russian backyard and they are not likely to back down on this one. Stay out of Syria.

Anonymous Gen. Kong June 14, 2013 12:41 PM  

stats79
I wish Russia would kick our asses in the middle east. Pretty sure it ain't going to happen. Millions more need to die before Zionist blood lust is satiated.

As I recall, you were the one who called BS on the IRS and other scandals as being a prod for his magical negretude from the non-existent lobby which cannot be named. Looks like you nailed it. Wonder how long it takes the Duranties who scribble for the Ministry of Truth to develop Alzheimer's about all the scandals. Five minutes or so?

Anonymous Porky June 14, 2013 12:49 PM  

Aww hell. Well at least we'll have Syrian restaurants.

These are the folks who named their most popular dish after a deadly disease.





Anonymous Gen. Kong June 14, 2013 12:50 PM  

"Give me your tired, your poor, your huddled masses yearning to vote Democrat."

The new Republican campaign slogan! I really think the Statue of Liberty is in sore need a glamour re-do. They can use Miss Lindsay Graham, the Pink Palmetto Princess, as a model. Yeeeee-haaaaw!

Blogger Hacked acctount 2018/19? hcaacked! June 14, 2013 1:09 PM  

Oh! We 4got about the youthful refugees who will enroll in college, and my, what lessons will they learn!

I still wonder what else is up? Distractions and diversion from what else?

Anonymous rat64 June 14, 2013 1:16 PM  

no longer anonomous
(thanks for the help)
Still say send them to Detroit
http://www.breitbart.com/system/wire/DA6TK8FO1
talk about urban renewal,,

Blogger John Williams June 14, 2013 1:49 PM  

I did some Google Earth eyeballing of the ground around Damascus a few months ago.
I just spent 5 min poking around. South of Kermit Al-Ward (right next to The Marty's Cemetery) is a little airstrip. Immediately Southeast is a new facility, fresh dirt work, no paving with lots of 3-sided revetments and things dug in circled around a bit rectangular lot.

Just missed the moonless night this month. Next moonless night is July 8th.

Burt, I like the way you think.

Blog OT story: A guy I play online games with is a meteorologist who learned his trade in the military and issues his jobs internal weather reports in the military format which includes a nocturnal illumination factor. One day, a coworker with a Ph.D. told him he was wrong, his posted nocturnal illumination factor changed every day and that it was impossible since the size of the moon was a constant. They argued and the Ph.D. held firm to the fact that the size of the moon was constant so the illumination factor couldn't change. Being educated doesn't make one smart.

Anonymous Concerned Rabbit Hunter June 14, 2013 2:41 PM  

More distractions on the way:

http://www.weeklystandard.com/blogs/obama-campaign-reignites-gun-fight_735285.html

Anonymous Athor Pel June 14, 2013 2:59 PM  

If you want to see a SAM site here's some coords. Just copy this lat/long and paste it into the search term box in Google Maps.

33°28'25.98"N,36° 6'56.00"E

Anonymous geoff June 14, 2013 3:00 PM  

@jon drake

vox might be safer in italy than here

trying to figure where is safer myself

Anonymous Athor Pel June 14, 2013 3:05 PM  

Here's another,

33°21'11.54"N, 36°32'54.41"E

Anonymous Anonagain June 14, 2013 3:17 PM  

Meh, 300 True Spartans could stop them.

800,000 Syrians is the symptom, not the problem. Extinguish the disease.

Anonymous Athor Pel June 14, 2013 3:34 PM  

But here's the coolest thing I found today.

33°16'4.59"N, 36°19'41.33"E


Look at the height of that tower.

Anonymous Stilicho June 14, 2013 3:36 PM  

I really think the Statue of Liberty is in sore need a glamour re-do. They can use Miss Lindsay Graham, the Pink Palmetto Princess, as a model.

Send the old slut back to the socialists who spawned her. Better yet, send her progeny along with her. Offspring following the mother as it were.

Anonymous DT June 14, 2013 6:34 PM  

The Obama administration is considering resettling thousands of refugees who left Syria during the country's ongoing civil war to multiple towns and cities across the United States, the L.A. Times reports.

How do people miss that Americans are being slowly but surely and purposely replaced?

It's like watching a Star Trek episode where evil Spock has the goatee. But no one watching with you knows it's evil Spock. Evil Spock walks in the room and does something evil and everyone around you is shocked, just shocked that it was evil Spock in the room and not good Spock all along. I mean how could you know it's evil Spock?

Can people be this stupid?

Anonymous Joe Doakes June 14, 2013 10:12 PM  

Minneapolis will see your 800,000 and raise you another 50,000. Start shipping them at once, they can live next to the Somali refugees in The Ghetto In The Sky Apartments. I'm sure they'll all get along famously, just like back home.

Blogger TontoBubbaGoldstein June 14, 2013 10:15 PM  

What the hell is that thing?

Any ideas?

Blogger TontoBubbaGoldstein June 14, 2013 10:19 PM  

^
^
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But here's the coolest thing I found today.

33°16'4.59"N, 36°19'41.33"E


Look at the height of that tower.



Anonymous redsash June 14, 2013 11:16 PM  

This has become a world in which Pravda is more honest and truthful that either the NY Times or Wash Post. RT is more truthful than NBC. American and western MSM when not outright lying distorts the truth in order to diminish those who favor small government, less spending, liberty, and being a WASP in general. Putin above all is a nationalist. He loves the Russian people, and he has no qualms about crushing anyone who might harm his people. Simply google a picture of Putin presenting Solzhenitsyn with an award and observe the doting father looking upon his son. Putin was approved of by Solzhenitsyn and that is good enough for me.

I however as an English speaking Anglo-Saxon Protestant and Southern Man have precious few in my corner. In fact, the governing and media elite for the last forty years have DELIBERATELY executed policies and pushed propaganda which intent was to diminish and/or finish off my Anglo-Saxon Christian culture. Excluding Duck Dynasty if one watched the rot coming out of Hollywood, one would be forced to conclude that 50% of Americans were homosexual and the other 50% were Jewish. From the forced bussing of kindergarteners to the Heather has two dads reading material foisted upon our youth, and from Spanish label tags on clothing to Spanish signs in government offices, the ruling elite despises my Anglo-Saxon Christian heritage. Even when Senators Paul and Rubio appear to be grasping the dilemma they falter, preferring not to defend my nation's borders, preferring not to defend my mother's tongue, preferring not to defend my Christian culture.

Putin on the other hand is making it a crime to expose the Russian people to homosexual propaganda. So, God bless Vladimir Putin. God bless everything he places his hand upon. And if this almost Godless and nearly completely lawless, snooping, thieving, lying, degenerate America opposes Putin anywhere on this globe, be it known that the American Anglo-Saxon Christian will have won if Putin wins.

It is to the American Christian's shame and probably to his eternal damnation if he does anything to keep this Beast functioning, from wearing it's uniform to teaching evolution in a 10th grade biology class.

Anonymous Sid June 14, 2013 11:20 PM  

Where in history did the ruling class invite the invaders in and what ended up happening? I'd swear I've read this somewhere before (though maybe it was in a book???).

Anonymous A Visitor June 14, 2013 11:26 PM  

And as an added bonus, the country will receive about 800,000 Syrian immigrants, which will help replace the now-declining native white population. I was talking with a buddy going into protective detail of a certain government agency last night about this. We both agreed that this was ludicrous.

I'm only 26 and yet I'm starting to show my age (when I get back home, that is). I can still remember walking around the bad areas of downtown and only hearing English being spoken. I remember when Plainfield wasn't overrun by the Moors.

This makes me sick. It's not our fight. Assad is a scumbag but he's not Al-Qaeda. Despite what Jarrett, Dear Leader, Power, et. al. think, the mythical Westernized Syrian liberal republic will not come into being.

Going off zen0's comment, how many HARMs or other similar missiles can our UAVs hold to neutralize the S-300s? Since graduating about a year ago, I've lost my ability to log into MilitaryPeriscope at will.

Anyone? Beuler?

Remember in 2008, when people insisted that we had to vote for Obama, despite his appalling record on issues like abortion, because he would get us out of all the foreign military entanglements that warmonger Bush had gotten us into and surely would in the future? Feels like another lifetime…hard to believe it's only been a little over four years with Dear Leader…

There is no place to run and no place to hide. Either we stay here alive or we stay here dead. I would rather stay here alive, regardless of what it costs my opponents. Yep.

How about we stop immigration? Nah, it'd be too easy.

Also, a single MQ-9 can carry enough ordnance to overwhelm three SA-15s. You would need four SA-15s per S-300 to even have a chance of protecting it. I doubt the Syrians have this level of protection in place. Since Noah sorta answered my question, what would be interesting is a UAV vs. piloted aircraft fight. Now, that'd make a good analysis. As much as I don't like Andrew Krepnevich, where is he? Hell, I might just suggest that to my buddy who's starting his PhD in polisci. We're both big on nuclear warfighting and that's what he's planning his thesis on.

Heh, think I might be able to get him to look into the "emerging" field of UAV vs. piloted aircraft.

I was shocked at the numbers. You would need some serious interdiction assets to deal with it all. I was also shocked at the resolution of the aerial photographs, it was pretty darn good. Most people forget we actually lost aircraft to SAM sites in the First Gulf War. Millienium Challenge is another great example. When the enemy starts to flick on their sites off and on at will, kinda makes it hard for HARMs to track them.

Let's see: Fast & Furious, Benghazi, IRS, PRISM, and now this. Can't we just impeach this bastard over general incompetence? I wonder if anyone in the House would ever introduce a bill of impeachment on such a common sense ground.

Anonymous DonReynolds June 14, 2013 11:29 PM  

You are correct, redsash.

Perhaps we could work out a trade....Putin could be president of the United States of America in 2016 (or sooner if we could work out the details) and Obamba could be the new emperor of the Holy Roman Empire...aka the European Union. I can see all kinds of positives in this. Putin could be easily replaced in Russia by yet another young KGB guy. Putin would defend the borders of the US from foreign invasion, the Syrian rebels would stop killing, and AlQeda would find something else to do. (Probably reestablish themselves in their own countries.) The Chinese would be very impressed. (Believe me, the more likely outcomes would be much, much worse.)

Anonymous DonReynolds June 14, 2013 11:40 PM  

Sid...."Where in history did the ruling class invite the invaders in and what ended up happening? I'd swear I've read this somewhere before (though maybe it was in a book???)."

Sid, the only two historical examples I can recall of a ruler inviting foreign power(s) to invade his own country would be:

1. Charles I of England conspired with Roman Catholic Ireland to invade England after Parliament forces had already won the English Civil War in the 1600s. He was justly tried for treason and correctly beheaded.

2. Quisling of Norway conspired with Nazi Germany to turn his country over to the German invaders. They rewarded him with a merit badge and a cushy job, but after the war Norwegian patriots tried him for treason and he was shot by firing squad. Now his name is the word defining that form of treason.

I cannot actually think of any others, off the top of my head.

Anonymous Redsash And Don Reynolds Are Dinosaurs June 15, 2013 10:10 AM  

Enough said...

Anonymous Geoff June 15, 2013 9:58 PM  

and I already loved the Norwegians for being unashamed to be Norwegian-y.

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