Lots of places require 'kinetic action'

Shocking video of Syrian forces firing on protesters

You may have already heard by now that the Jerusalem Post is reporting that over 100 protesters have been killed by Syrian forces. The UK Telegraph got their hands on a shocking video of the shooting just as it started. You can hear the bullets flying right past people:  (Right Scoop)

Christians in Egypt fear Muslim Brotherhood taking over

There are no organized parties that would represent the more moderate or liberal perspective. The only organized people are the Muslim brotherhood. So with a quick election in two months it’s pretty sure that they’ll get the majority of seats in parliament. Right Scoop

‘Kinetic Action’

Gaddafi’s forces have taken a pounding from allied air offensives. The news comes as Italy has warned it may withdraw use of its military bases if no NATO agreement is reached

Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-1368693/Libya-war-Germans-pull-forces-NATO-Libyan-coalition-falls-apart.html#ixzz1Haqs7XHx

Glenn Beck: are we on the wrong side?

2 thoughts on “Lots of places require 'kinetic action'”

  1. http://newstime.co.nz/video-muslim-brotherhood-wants-war-with-israel.html
    Translation of important Muslim Brotherhood book: Jihad is the way …The Jihad is Our Way – The Motto of the Da’wa (Islamic missionary activity)
    … “Allah is our goal, the Prophet is our leader, the Quran is our constitution, the Jihad is our way, and the Death for Allah is our most exalted wish.”….

    In their own words, “… want to destroy Western civilisation from within”

  2. Don’t forget about Yemen … Saleh is still “dancing on the heads of snakes” in the Gulf of Aden, Saudi is making a “parking lot in Bahrain” or the little ruler is (Pearl Roundabout Monument torn down) and Tunisia is running on empty (swarms leaving for greener pastures of Italy thanks to no more border security). What will happen to the “unusual” Sultan Qaboos of Oman with no heirs to take his place and the Gulf of Oman?

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