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I Met A Syrian Working at Home Depot.

While shopping at the Home Depot, I asked an employee where I could find a product. After he told me where it was I asked where he was from.
He said Syria.
His name is Sam, short for Samar.

Turns out he was a lawyer back in Syria but his degree's no good here.
- He said all the media reports are completely false
- President Assad is a good man
- Assad is a doctor and has helped the people of Syria
- The Rebels are in fact terrorists.
- Samar is a Christian
- He has family in Syria who were beaten or killed for being Christian.
- He said "good people have a very hard time coming to America"
- And bad people get into America easily... i.e. border jumpers

This guy was so happy to be here even though he's had so much difficulty getting a good paying job, paper work red tape and the fact that Obama is helping out with the extermination of his loved ones at home.

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Even though Sam has only been here 18 months

he totally got it when I said bankster wars and rattled off the list of recent destabilizations America has fomented...

These were all countries that didn't have privately owned, Federal Reserve friendly central banks.

And Iran is on the list too


Libya was also integrated until the US destroyed the country

Qaddafi's Libya allowed blacks and Christians to work in the government and military, even though he himself was an Arab Muslim.

Christians and non-Arabs have been murdered and driven out wholesale since Obama's al Qaida mercenaries toppled Qaddafi's presidency over his threat to support a pan-African gold-backed currency.

What does al-Assad have in common with Qaddafi--not part of the IMF, doesn't play with the European banksters. This is all about gold, money and oil. Period.

Take back the GOP and Restore America Now.

Way to Go!

I always try to confer with people from the regions of US government created conflict, to get a different view of the situation. Many will try to sell a front to avoid possible confrontation, but if you let them know you don't agree with the US government/MSM promoted stories, they will open up to you. I used to have a neighbor who was from Saudi Arabia, and an 'evil' (sic) Whabbist. I learned the Saudi people are forced into the religion, that contrary to what we are told isn't about killing infadels, though many uneducated can be manipulated into believing this by clerics controlled by the phony monarchy, who is controlled by Corporatist Collectivist in the US. I found that really Whabbism is used to keep people in check by using fundemental Islamic principles, to keep them from rising up against the phony monarchy, call the House of Saud, established by the British Empire. One day I was confering with him, and mentioned if he knew about the NAKBA observance going on in Palestine. He said, 'you know about that', and I told him I know what's really going on in Israel. Then he told me he was a Palestinian, and his family moved to Saudi Arabia to flee the persecution by the Jews, when he was 3yrs old. He told me it was the last straw for his parents when his uncle refused to give up his house and land, that was passed down from many generations, and the Jews came at night drug the father and two teenagers out of the house, made them kneel down, and shot them in the back of the head. I also heard the same revelations from a Christian Palestian whos father worked in secrecy (being Christian) in the Iraeli Security Force, who was a personal witness to many of the same actions, and also decided to emmigrate from Israel to Turkey and then the US. I could tell many stories about Israhell, and various other countries who are alleged 'terrorist hotspots', but you can get the gist of the fraud by this single revelation learned by confering with people of the region.

Sam @ Home Depot had a lot to say about

Saudi Arabia -- ALL BAD

And he talked about the cozy U.S. relationship with the evil Saudi Dictators.

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way to engage.

my old neighbor taught me math when i was in 5th grade. He was from Syria and was a good man, he was also a Christian. One of the most happy pleasant persons i have ever met. He had my family over for dinner and we all sat on the ground and ate a leg of lamb on the floor for like 2 hours and talked it was awesome.

James Madison

Second That!

Its always good to get out and talk to people.