Wednesday, 11 September 2013


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Judge Jeanine Pirro DESTROYS Obama On Syria.

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Published on Sep 7, 2013

Judge Jeanine Pirro uses her opening statement to rip Obama over Syria. judge Jeanine opening statement blasts amateur president Obama on his handling of the Syria crisis.

Judge jeanine pirro uses her opening statement to rip Obama over Syria. judge Jeanine blasts amateur president Obama on his handling of the Syria crisis.

Exposed: The Obama Invasion of Syria

[According to US Defense official] “We are going to attack and destroy the government in seven countries in five years.  We are going to start with Iraq (quoted by General Wesley Clark), then Libya, Syria, Iran, Sudan, Lebanon

The United States has been supporting Al Qaeda and they are supporting Al Qaeda in Syria.
Outstanding anti-war video by FORA TV.
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Warmonger Cong. Schiff
Misrepresents Anti-War District;
Attracts Widespread Protest
Peace Vigil
Oppose US Military Strikes on Syria
Join thousands of Americans throughout the USA
to speak-out against US Military Intervention
Hosted by ANCA Glendale and
Monday, September 9, 2013 at 7:00pm
The Krikor and Mariam Karamanoukian
Glendale Youth Center
211 West Chestnut Street, Glendale
For more information email
Glendale, Burbank, Crescenta Valley, Hollywood, and Pasadena Residents to
Hold Candlelight Vigil Monday to Urge US Senate and House Members to Vote Against Bombing Syria
Vigil to Take Place at 7:00 pm at the K&M Karamanoukian Glendale Youth Center
211 West Chestnut Street, Glendale, 91204
Event is Part of National Day of Action Happening Across Country
Glendale, CA – Residents of Glendale and surrounding areas will hold a candlelight vigil at the Krikor and Mariam Karamanoukian Glendale Youth Center on Mondayevening to urge their U.S. Senators and House of Representatives to vote against bombing Syria.  The event in Glendale is part of a national day of action being organized by the progressive organizations Civic Action, CREDO Action, Progressive Change Campaign Committee (PCCC), and Win Without War.  Similar vigils will take place in nearly one hundred cities across the country on Monday.
At the vigil, local residents will urge Senators Dianne Feinstein and Barbara Boxer as well as Representatives Adam Schiff, Howard McKeon, Judy Chu, Karen Bass, Xavier Becerra and others to avoid another unnecessary and costly war and vote against the Authorization for Use of Military Force resolution expected to be debated soon in Congress.
The local organizer for the event, the Armenian National Committee of America – Glendale (ANCA-Glendale), spokesperson Berdj Karapetian, said, “We are opposed to military intervention in Syria because it will not save the lives of innocent civilians caught in the crossfire between the supporters of Syria’s ruling faction and armed opponents trying to topple the Syrian President.”
WHO: ANCA-Glendale and local residents opposed to military intervention in Syria
WHAT: Candlelight vigil to urge Members of Congress to vote against military action in Syria.
WHERE: 211 West Chestnut Street, Glendale, 91204. Glendale Youth Center between Brand and Central, 3 blocks south of Colorado Street.
WHEN: Monday, September 9, at 7:00 pm.
To see a list of vigils being held across the country, visit:
The ANCA-Glendale and its parent organization the Armenian National Committee of America (ANCA) issued action alerts last week calling on Armenian-Americans to communicate their opposition to US Military Action.  The letter sent by the ANCA and its supporters to members of Congress states it is taking into account the horrific human suffering that armed conflict has already visited across Syria, including the death and destruction being endured, to this day, by Armenians and other Christian communities.  The ANCA letter goes on to state, “An escalation in aggression can neither save lives nor help bring about peace.”  The full ANCA action alert can be found at
Syria is home to more than 100,000 Syrian’s of Armenian ancestry. Armenians were marched  into the deserts of Syria during the 1915 Genocide perpetrated by the Turkish government of the time.  Survivors settled in Aleppo, Damascus, Kessab and other cities and help rebuild Syria after the fall of the Ottoman Turkish Empire.
The Armenian-American Community has raised several million dollars in relief aid for residents of Syria.  To learn more about the Syrian Armenian Relief Fund based in California visit:

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