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Dictator M7 at a count of 1-2-3 you are going down-fellow dictators-Gaddaffi is down,king of kings   09/12/2011  

        DICTATOR MUSEVENI MUST GO REVOLUTION INC

The Enforcer of Federal Revolution 4 Uganda

If “king of kings MAUMMUR  Gaddaffi” who was the most powerful leader in Africa has been brought down.  Dictator Museveni what have you been smoking lately to convince yourself that you are here to stay. Believe it all not,  it is time now, your reign has come to the end.


U.S. May Call for Assad to Step Down in Syria, Official Says

Aug. 12 (Bloomberg) -- The Obama administration may call on Syrian President Bashar al-Assad to step down soon, a U.S. official said as the State Department alleged the Syrian government has detained more than 30,000 people, some in cages.


U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton said she wants to see more pressure on Assad to step down from Europe, India and China, including the sanctioning of Syria’s oil and gas industry, speaking in an interview with CBS News yesterday.


While the U.S. is concerned about the possibility of civil war in Syria, it is more focused on the prospect of sectarian violence promoted by the Assad government and the chance that the Syrian situation will spark instability in the wider Middle East, said the official, who asked not to be identified because the administration is still discussing the issue and considering the timing of a possible announcement about Assad.

A call for Assad to quit would be the strongest U.S. condemnation of his crackdown on dissenters who began an uprising five months ago.


The demonstrations are the biggest challenge to Assad’s rule since he inherited power from his father 11 years ago. Human-rights activists who have compiled the names of the dead say Assad’s forces have killed more than 2,400 protesters and detained thousands since mid-March.

Prisoners in Cages

The Syrian government has detained more than 30,000 people, with some in cages, U.S. State Department spokeswoman Victoria Nuland said yesterday.


“The violence continues at extremely horrific levels” in Syria, Nuland told reporters at a briefing in Washington.

Asked whether Assad should step down, Nuland said, “Syria would be a better place without Assad. This is a decision for the Syrian people.”

The U.S. will “continue to ratchet up the pressure” on Assad, White House press secretary Jay Carney told reporters traveling with President Barack Obama to Michigan yesterday. Carney repeated his Aug. 10 statement that Syria would be “better off” without Assad, stopping short of calling for his removal.

‘Critical’ Period


Momentum may be building for bolder steps to stop Assad after Saudi Arabia, Kuwait and Bahrain recalled their ambassadors from Damascus this week and Turkey said its neighbor is entering a “critical” period.

Their appeal to both sides for an end to the violence came as European nations renewed a push for a UN resolution against the bloodshed and the U.S. imposed new financial sanctions on Syrian banks and telecommunications. Pushing back, Syria’s UN ambassador, Bashar Ja’afari, drew parallels between Prime Minister David Cameron’s response to U.K. riots and Syria’s approach to armed “gangs.”


While further action is needed, getting the Security Council “on board” in light of Russia-led opposition may prove difficult, said George A. Lopez, a peace studies professor at University of Notre Dame’s Kroc Institute who was on a UN panel of experts monitoring compliance with sanctions. “Only massive and tight arms embargo, oil sanctions and further financial freezes can work now,” he said.

Russia has indicated it isn’t convinced that a UN resolution is needed to stop the repression of protesters.

Obama Telephone Call

Obama spoke by telephone yesterday with Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan about the situation in Syria. The two agreed on “the need for an immediate halt of all violence and bloodshed” and “to closely monitor the actions that the Syrian government is taking” in response to anti-government protests, according to a White House statement.


“To the U.S., getting Assad out now would maybe save lives and avoid bigger regional pressures later,” said Theodore Karasik, director of research at the Dubai-based Institute for Near East and Gulf Military Analysis. “However, even if he steps aside, that won’t take care of the problem because it’s not just the person, it’s the system itself.”

Assad this week responded to growing criticism about the crackdown by admitting “some mistakes” were made by his security forces in the “initial stages” of unrest. Diplomats representing Brazil, India and South Africa -- a bloc in the UN Security Council reluctant to punish Assad -- said in an e- mailed statement that they met in Damascus with the Syrian leader, who told them “efforts were under way to prevent” the mistakes from recurring.


At least 39 people have been killed in the past two days in Deir al-Zour in the eastern part of the country, the central province of Homs and northern governorate of Idlib and in Daraa in the south, said Ammar Qurabi of the National Organization for Human Rights in Syria. Abdul-Karim Rihawi of the Syrian Human Rights League was arrested at a café in central Damascus yesterday, Qurabi said.

Over 300 people have been killed by Syrian security forces and the army since July 31, the eve of the Muslim holy month of Ramadan, according to Qurabi and Mahmoud Merhi, head of the Arab Organization for Human Rights


Reader Comments:
The slow decline and fall of the House of Assad. Measured in geoligoc time, it has indeed been very slow but ultimately, at some point, sometime in the future, Assad will fall from power or perhaps die of old age. I would have thought that by now, after more than a year, writers would be more circumspect in predicting the outcome of events in Syria. Assad might fall or he might not. I think it more likely that, measured in human time, the unrest will just continue: Assad not strong enough to suffocate it and the opposition too weak to dislodge him.
- Posted By Leonice on 07/25/2012
The slow decline and fall of the House of Assad. Measured in geoigolc time, it has indeed been very slow but ultimately, at some point, sometime in the future, Assad will fall from power or perhaps die of old age. I would have thought that by now, after more than a year, writers would be more circumspect in predicting the outcome of events in Syria. Assad might fall or he might not. I think it more likely that, measured in human time, the unrest will just continue: Assad not strong enough to suffocate it and the opposition too weak to dislodge him.
- Posted By Shabby on 07/25/2012
We need a lot more isnigths like this!
- Posted By Starly on 12/22/2012

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