Skip to comments.Syria very hard a nut to crack for USA (Eastern Perspective)
Posted on 04/26/2013 10:36:42 AM PDT by kimtom
For two years, the West has been trying to convince the international community that terrorists in Syria are not terrorists but fighters for freedom and democracy. Governments of the United States, Europe, Saudi Arabia, Qatar and Turkey have been helping the rebels to conduct military operations against the Assad regime with no results. This made the West fight with Assad through economic methods.
For two years, the West has been trying to convince the world that that black is white, and terrorists in Syria are not terrorists but instead are fighters for freedom and democracy. For the past couple of years, the governments of the United States, Europe, Saudi Arabia, Qatar and Turkey have been helping the rebels to conduct military operations against the Assad regime. Apart from many thousands of victims, this war yielded no results. The West decided to fight with Assad through economic methods.
The West considered its options and realized that if the country cannot be won .........
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If obama goes to war against ANOTHER muslim country with any congressional approval...
Will he get a second Nobel Peace Prize?
Muzzie killing muzzie, so they have no time to kill us. Why would we step in and stop it? We can’t afford the cost anyway. I haven’t run into anyone who really cares. Let the UN go in.
That gun-running thing from Libya into the hands of terrorists in Syria sure did blow up in Obama`s face when Stevens and his gang got shot up dead in Benghazi.
It`s an open secret in Washington only not being discussed because it was classified by Obama so he wouldn`t be Impeached and or arrested for Treason.
So, why not just openly fight for the jihad in Syria the same way Obama did in Libya, Tunisia and Egypt ?
Apart from many thousands of victims, this war yielded no results.And of the tens of thousands, in excess of 90 percent were either killed or murdered by Russia's hideous client, the Assad regime. Pravda Is Bullsh!t ping.
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