- Sep 2, 2013
- The Peoples Republic of Anzacistan
Kind of reminded me of the Solidarity Movement.After some time doing it the protesters look well organised.
I'd bet the truce only allows the Government to I.D./locate opposition leaders, then it's game on again.Hopefully that will change with fresh election bring called & an "all is forgiven clause" for those involved so no charges for anyone. They're a long way off to a feel the love hour but it's a start.
I was looking at other vids of all this & the opposition were organised. They even had a drone to get an overview. In the linked pix one guy in on the phone, others with makeshift riot shields, they captured over 60 cops as well.
They guy with the pistol is a little humerous, probably hit short of his intended targets.Goddam this shit is intense!
Pellet rifles, sling shots and one dude with a pistol pointing it at himself and everyone else. Nice!
Those riot police are getting their asses kicked, literally.
I'm a little shocked that there has not been some tanks and BMPs opening up these crowds. As stated before its funny to me that we the USA make statements that other countries should show restraint during violent riots like this, knowing damn well that American police would open up on crowds doing shit like this. Of course our rioters would not be shooting back with pellet guns and sling shots though.
Crazy shit, the world is going nuts, got me wondering when we will see riots like this here at home.
U.S. officials have said they do not yet view Syria's chemical weapons delay as a formal violation of the agreement. Russian officials said they expect the Assad government to complete the handover of those weapons by the end of March.
Agree 100%!What do you mean, or what? A country doesn't have to use force every single time you know. Often times it's best to just condemn with statements.