What is the deal here?
I seriously do not understand.
Thank you for the correction.
He is going through the same process as with North Korea.
Senator Chris Murphy - "Let me get this straight: we’re going to bomb Syria because Assad attacked civilians, but next door in Yemen we are eagerly participating in a bombing campaign that has killed thousands of civilians?"
Well, it has been over 24 hours. What happened other than alot of people worrying about international affairs......worrying about the fear, uncertainty, and doubt spawned by trump and his administration of the american government.Re: Next 24 hours are super important (huge tensions regarding Syria)
I actually don't.retrofuturist wrote:See what direction NK/US relations are going now?
Hmm...retrofuturist wrote:Expect to see the same with Russia.
Nice.JamesTheGiant wrote:Relax, it's all going to be okay. (Except for the Syrians.)
US of A are impermanent, too. And they should take that into consideration.paul wrote:Putin does not accept impermanence, he fails to accept Russia’s decline from its position as a great eighteenth century empire, therefore he must be brought to 21st century reality.
The "opposition" are a coalition of radicals & mercenaries from over 30 nations. There is no civil war and no rebels. Just an orchestrated regime change agenda that has so far failed & cost lots of money. The Syrian govt has been unbelievably civil, trying to minimize war. 95% of East Ghouta was liberated. It is ridiculous the Syrian govt would use chemicals. It was obviously the "rebels'; who probably killed captives.
Hundreds of women paraded in cages by rebel groups in Damascus as human shields
https://www.mirror.co.uk/news/world-new ... el-6757661
Who would assassinate a call for murder? Most Syrian love him.
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