MILEIKOWSKI (“NETANYAHU”) DESPERATE FOR ANY DIVERSION; TERRORISTS REDEPLOY AROUND TOWNS IN IDLIB, OSTRACIZE ONE ANOTHER

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Benjamin Mileikowski adopted his father’s alias, Netanyahu, and tried to dispel any suggestion that he was an illegitimate Jew by having a DNA test performed which, according to him, showed that he had a trace of Sephardic Jewish genes, which, of course, means nothing other than he has a miniscule amount of Spanish blood.  Yawn.  Desperate for any connection to Jewish tradition, he regularly appears in front of the star of David, which is nothing more than a 12th Century phenom used by Muslims and Christians as an ornament. (Photo: USA Today)

https://www.britannica.com/topic/Star-of-David

Mileikowski just announced that he is going to annex the entire Jordan Valley if elected PM of the Zionist Settler State.  He has declared that the Iranians had a secret nuclear facility at Abaadeh which he said the Iranians destroyed after learning of its disclosure.  He has sent drones into Lebanon to attack HZB, who retaliated so effectively that his vaunted Zionist trash soldiers were found by Turkish journalist to have abandoned their positions for safer grounds.  Even though HZB filmed the direct hit on a Zionist military unit and subsequent medvac exfiltration, Mileikowski tried to cover up the disaster by suggesting his troops staged the medvac in order to convince HZB not to fire any more missiles.  Oh, really?

And, then, we had the announcement by a Zionist military reporter that the Russian Air Force intercepted a wing of Zionist bombers preparing to strafe an “Iranian base” which Mileikowski suspected had fired rockets at Zionist occupation forces in Palestine.  What drama!

And, then, Mileikowski met up with Putin after Trump unceremoniously fired John Bolton, the Washington chicken hawk, who loves to send other people’s children off to war. Bolton is married with one daughter who is unlikely to join any impending war.  He, himself, openly supported the Vietnam War but, conveniently, managed to join the Maryland National Guard to avoid going there and fighting for his country.  George W. Bush did the same thing.

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Mileikowski is going all out to present himself as the Savior of the Zionist Apartheid State.  By staying in office, he can delay going to prison.  In the meantime, he uses anti-Palestinian rhetoric to fire up his base, deploying language that would be considered unacceptable here in the United States.  Heck, Facebook just took down his site just for that reason.  That’s gotta count for something, don’t you think?

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Trust me, he’s not smiling anymore.  According to my sources and all other sources close to the situation, Abu Muhammad Al-Jawlaani is livid.  Because of his castigating all other groups except his own, the ranks of the terrorist criminals are riddled with invective and disdain.  He has accused Al-Jabha Al-Wataniyya Li-Al-Tahreer (CIA controlled) and Al-Jaysh Al-Watani (Ankara’s boys) of failing to send in sufficient reinforcements to blunt the SAA’s assault on Khaan Shaykhoon.  He has railed against them while his mentor, sponsor and all-around pimp, Recep Tayyip Erdoghan, is fighting for his political life, just like Mileikowski.

He has ordered all terrorists to leave their positions inside towns and villages in order to redeploy in surrounding areas.  This military genius thinks that by “heading for the hills”,  of which Idlib has many, he can attack Russian, Syrian and Iranian forces more effectively.  He couldn’t be more misguided.  Now, with those criminals outside towns and villages, the Russian Air Force will have a field day bombing them into the 3rd Century where they belong.

Russia has also sent whole units of Speznaz commandos to assist the Syrian Army underlining Moscow’s determination to rid Syria of all these miscreants.  Gee, I sure hope they can make it to Germany before Mrs. Merkel gives up the ghost.

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CEC REPORT CELEBRATES SYRIA’S VICTORY — AND TRUMPS’
So proud of my little political party! The Citizens Electoral Council’s Robbie Barwick and Craig Isherwood broadcast their CEC Report podcast each week. This is Robbie Barwick on Trump, on Syria. CEC people are not radicals; they want prosperity, and are subject to the Zionist media. But Robbie and Craig are TRULY ‘woke’. Congratulations to them!
https://youtu.be/cJMiIs7uVN8?t=1092

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This is for Ziad (I think ) who express his concern about économy one or two times .
Alt-market.com , Brandon Smith gives his opinion .” The Fed Created The Bubble of Everything and The Liquidity Crisis -What Happen next ? “

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OK , It look like banstérism but try to decript .

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banksterism

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SAA brings up Elephant guns and Grad rocket launchers to the front lines.

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Dr bouthina Shaaban begs to differ. “Syrian president’s political adviser said that Damascus is categorically against the establishment of Kurdish autonomy in Syria as there are no reasons for that in the country. “Of course we cannot accept it,” Shaaban said in an interview with al-Mayadeen television responding to the question of whether Damascus could accept a “copy” of Iraqi Kurdistan on its territory. “There are no grounds for this [Kurdish autonomy] … We will never be able to speak about it from such an angle, since Syria consists of many ethnic and religious layers, and we do not say… Read more »

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tT, absolutely. Anybody with an ounce of sense would understand it would be suicide, not to mention Erdogan’s justifiable opposition to such a plan. Barzani, who seems to have little influence with Kurds in Turkey, is one thing and limited in scope. PYG dominated Rojava is quite another. Also, Kurds are a much larger minority in Iraq and geographically concentrated. But even with that they’ve been a pain in the ass for other Iraqis.

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i always liked her,,even if assad can’t say it straight she always does and never holds back

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grad and elephant guns? that is the best way to make instant roast turkey

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US withdrawing from Syria’s oil/gas rich region.

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US troops are evacuating their military base in Ash Shaddadi, Al Hasakah Governorate and are heading towards Iraq.

They were occupying the Shaddadi oil fields here.

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are they all pulling out of NES?

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Russia submits proposal on moving UN GA First Committee’s sessions from New York https://tass.com/world/1083870

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Interesting take on Trump versus the Deep State (and just about everybody) by Thierry Meyssan

https://www.voltairenet.org/article207764.html

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I always have trouble understanding what Thierry writes about, and it appears DJT has implemented his policy in Syria, though it remains to be seen how long. One thing Thierry is right about is, “Russia is the only one of these three states whose president is democratically elected and who exercises power on behalf of its people.” Cuts deep, but true.

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The national security viewpoint from Iran: TEHRAN – Ali Shamkhani, secretary of Iran’s Supreme National Security Council (SNSC), on Wednesday voiced regret over Turkish military aggression on northern Syria calling the move a U.S.-orchestrated plot aimed at reviving Daesh in the Middle East. Shamkani’s remarks came in a meeting with Alexander Lavrentiev, the special envoy of the Russian president, during which the sides discussed regional and international issues. Pointing to the U.S. plot to revive Daesh and create insecurity in the Middle East, Shamkhani called on regional nations to be more vigilant about such plots and embark on close coordination… Read more »

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“The Syrian Kurdish fighters commonly referred to as the SDF, were instrumental in defeating Daesh.”

That’s as far as I got.

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Purely for domestic (Iranian Kurd) consumption, as is all the hand-wringing over Turkey’s invasion.

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WINNERS AND LOSERS IN THE TURKISH ATTACK ON THE KURDS IN SYRIA (PART 3 OF 3) The United States of America emerged victorious from the Second World War, and came out stronger than any other country in the world. The allies- notably the Soviet Union- won the war but emerged much weaker. They needed to reconstruct their countries and rebuild their economies, with the US demanding huge retrospective payments for its support. The US became a superpower with nuclear bomb capability and an imposing power of dominance. Industrial countries rebuilt in what the Germans called their Wirtschaftswunder and the French… Read more »

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The Syrian Army will replace all positions the Kurds will withdraw from according to the US-Turkish deal. Russia will coordinate the Turkish – Kurdish and SAA presence in north-east Syria. Syrian Kurds will be part of the modification of the constitution and will be recognised as an important players in the future of Syria. US troops occupying the Shaddadi oil fields are evacuating their military base in Ash Shaddadi, Al Hasakah Governorate and are heading towards Iraq. US and Turkey reach an agreement to suspend military operation in Syria against the Kurds. -YPG leaving heavy weapons and withdraw its troops… Read more »

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32 km is no good: it leaves much of the M4 in the hands of the orcs. Unacceptable. The Astana agreement stipulates FIVE km ‘safe zone’ — and that is only until Turkey has ‘cleansed’ the area of ”PKK”.

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I believe 30 km is the depth to be free of YPG, not the depth of Turkish occupation. SAA will rapidly regain control of the entire border area, while the YPG will be disbanded and/or integrated into the SAA, no longer being an issue or a threat to Turkey at all.

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The Pigeon gets another one…

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US Navy ‘doomsday’ aircraft grounded by bird strike

An investigation into the bird strike is ongoing. Alas, naval investigators missed out on the chance to question the winged saboteur.

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what an effective kamakazi pigeon

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not sure what is going on with the map today,,raqqa city used to be half red half yellow and today its all yellow,has there been some backtracking by the saa or just a temporary glitch? aslo why are the doubayat gas fields just east or arak still black?,,and for some reason there does not seem to be any fighting between kurds and turkroaches in tall abyad like there is in ras al yan and the saa is remaining in ras al yan south of tall abyad,they have tall sim ab just south of ayn isaa so that can be used… Read more »

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correction–saa remaining in ayn issa south of tal abyad

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Holy sheep shit Batman, talking about a massive overhand to the jaw (Venezuela) after taking a hard
left hook (Syria) to the ribs. Heads must be a poppin in DC and Tel Aviv.
https://www.zerohedge.com/political/credibility-stake-venezuela-given-seat-un-human-rights-council

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Venezuela’s Bolivarian republic just got voted to the UN Human Rights Committee, whatever that means. Mucho conniptions in the MSM, the kind we didn’t see when the Ape Kingdom od Backwardness was voted onto this somewhat irrelevant org. Venezeula’s UN delegate is a strong voice; maybe a Bolivarian Chavista can be too.

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Ahead of the pathetic rambling and media lies about Venezuela, the fact is that the Bolivarian nation is the head of the biggest group of countries in the world, the Non Aligned Movement (NAM) with more than 120 members, and bravely supporters of Cuba and Venezuela. When the REALITY shows her true face, all media lies flops down. VENEZUELA elected with 105 votes to integrate the Human Rights Council of UN.

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can we expect nutjob who must be having a fit now to eventually start striking syria again or perhaps take out his anger on gaza?

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first he says he will never stop then says he wont meet us delegation,well lets hope this is good news so long as the yanks stay out of it,,
Pence: Turkey, US agree to temporary ceasefire in Syria
https://www.syrianperspective.com/2019/09/mileikowski-netanyahu-desperate-for-any-diversion.html

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Point being: Ceasefire WHERE? 30 km into Syrian land? Or 5 km, as agreed at Astana? Those 25 km, along hundreds of km of border, will be the critical issue. 30 km means Turks will sit on the M4 highway, a crucial economic artery. My gut says SAA will not tolerate orcs nearby.

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Turks and Yanks will not shoot at each other. Neither has jurisdiction over Syria or Russia.

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wherever they are and right now they have not accomplished much or gone that deep,but whatever turdgay does it only benefits and further strengthens syria’s position

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Russia and Syria do not put their stakes on Turkish opposition Republican party

https:// rusvesna . su/english/1571302910

The statement issued by RPP leader Kemal Kylychdaroglu on the need to stop interfering in the internal affairs of Syria and stop supporting illegal armed groups on its territory.

Opposition Turkish politicians, have been accusing Turkish leaders of supporting terrorist groups and inciting war on Syrian territory. At the same time, they accuse Erdogan of doing business with Israel, oil smuggling, exploitation of Syrian refugees, and in general the policy of Ottomanism.

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Graham E. Fuller – October 16, 2019 – Everybody Betraying Everybody in Syria

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Washington has never gotten over the fact that Syria for over half a century has never bowed to U.S. or Israeli hegemony in the region, and has all along been a strong supporter of Syria’s secular —yes secular —Arab nationalism. The U.S. has therefore shown great willingness to “fight to the last Syrian” if necessary to achieve its ends.

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Graham Fuller is the former station chief of the CIA in Kabul. My initial reaction was, “Yeah, even a stopped clock is right twice a day,” but it’s worse even than that. Fuller is essentially supporting the script that, “…Asad’s brutal put-down of rebel forces, in part because of the strong support he received from Russia, Iran and Hizballah, and in part because large numbers of Syrian elites.” Note his subtle denial of agency to millions of Syrians of the 99% who liked the secularism of Syria and had no desire to live under Shariah. Note the assumption that Assad’s… Read more »

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Fuller should be hanged. He was the handler of the two Tsarnaev boys who were made patsies for the Boston Marathon ”Bombing” hoax. Tamerlan was murdered in custody: Dzhokhar still sits on Death Row, by Obama’s decree, after a rigged trial. Fuller is a CIA criminal.

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The Cocaine Import Agency, or CIA as most people know it by has, of course, long been the global nexus of organized crime… and thus is naturally staffed and run by criminals.

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US Military Bombing Their Own Bases in Syria

US Army Col. Myles Caggins, a spokesman for the coalition of war criminals, said F-15E fighter jets bombed American bases in Syria.

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On my ‘tablet’ that link is a fake ad diversion which messed w/my technology. The author of this post needs to be banished.

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Wouldn’t want to leave all that equipment for the SAA.

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or all that incriminating evidence perhaps?

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Red Sea Tanker Attack: Iran Plans to Send Evidence of US, Israeli Role to United Nations

Footage taken by cameras on board of the tanker points to the three countries, which are locked in a cold war with Iran.

“There are abundant documents and evidence of interference of certain governments in the attack against the Iranian oil tanker and they will be presented to the UN and the UN Security Council,” adding that those behind the attack should “pay the price” for their actions.

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Is Magnier going to blame Iran for this, too?

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October 15, 2019 – Tony Cartalucci – Turkish Incursion into Syria: US Abandons Kurds

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Turkey is at a pivotal moment where it can chose to help end the war in Syria, or take on the torch of Washington’s failure.

This leaves the door open to a variety of possibilities – the most sinister and dangerous being Turkey having cut a backroom deal with Washington to occupy eastern Syria.

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Assad must go… ????
Cut! Cut! Watch your tongue now…

Le président syrien Bachar el-Assad

…a promis ce 17 octobre de faire face à l’offensive turque « par tous les moyens légitimes », après le déploiement de son armée en soutien aux forces kurdes visées par l’opération militaire d’Ankara dans le nord de la Syrie.

Radio France Internacional, Publié le 17-10-2019 Modifié le 17-10-2019 à 16:48

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Tony Cartalucci – October 17, 2019 – US Finally Bombs French Factory in Syria Infamous for Funding ISIS

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As spectacular and indicative of America’s sinking fortunes in Syria as its bombing of its own military base in northern Syria was – it is also an indicator of something else much more sinister.

French Lafarge Facility Served ISIS, then US Occupation of Syrian Territory

French Lafarge was charged with complicity in Syria crimes against humanity.

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Iraq agrees to receive 10,000 ISIS fighters & their families from camps run by SDF in Syria. Iraqi Foreign Minister

Iraqi Joint Operations Command: Syrian Democratic Forces have 13000 ISIS prisoners. 1000 are foreigners, 2000 are Arabs, & 10000 are Iraqis.

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Ein al arab border crossing into turkey

120 hour truce Turkey will suspend its operations to allow YPG to withdraw from the designated safe zone

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Iran vows harsh response to oil tanker attackers

The cowards behind the attack on Iran’s SABITI oil tanker were seeking to create tensions in the region, Ali Shamkhani said during his meeting with Alexander Lavrentiev, president Putin special envoy to Syria.

“Iran’s response would make them regret their action,” Shamkhani added.

On Tuesday, Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif said “one or more governments” were involved in the recent attack on the SABITI.

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Trump Slammed the Military Industrial Complex and Advocated a Sovereign Syria https://twitter.com/i/status/1184552942545920005 (Note: All quotes are paraphrased for convenience) Why are we protecting Syria’s land, Assad’s not a friend of ours why are we protecting his land? This is an overt admission that the land belongs to Syria. I.e., the US has been occupying Syrian land illegally all this time, and by trying to overthrow Assad the US has violated the UN Charter, Are we supposed to fight a NATO member so that Syria keeps their land? It makes no sense. Again, he affirms that it is Syrian land. I.e.,… Read more »

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About 1:48 in, “Everybody hates ISIS.” Not exactly, Mr. President. The Republocrat warmongers associated with the MIC love ISIS and al-Qaeda. They’re the bread and butter of the MIC, which has been arming them and using them as proxies to create chaos since 1979.

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Israel loves ISIS!

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I am kinda shocked he is saying all this at all.. I am sure the contract has already gone out..

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IB, probably. My understanding is that Trump has his own security detail that he pays for above and beyond Secret Service. JFK could have afforded it, but didn’t realize it was necessary. Given that, it’s a bit surprising they got to RFK. It’s also possible they understand that taking him out that way could actually ignite insurrection, which would not be “good for the…whatever,” — elites? Some ethnic minority? Some combination?

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The amazing Russian war correspondent Oleg Blokhin: : “CNNs Clarissa Ward is a dumb sheep”. Meanwhile, the true Syria allies, Russia, Hezb Allah and Iran, continue shield Syria against the filthy Muslin Brotherhood dominated turkish regime and the zio-nazis from the apartheid regime. Soon, Oleg will be moving out from Ayn al Arab to western Aleppo/Idlib, where the new offensive to eradicate turkish backed al Qaeda/Muslin Bortherhood terrorists will continue to take place, even though some supposed analyst continue to tell that there was no offensive in Idlib/Hama so far and nothing will happen there. The 25th Special Forces Div… Read more »

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Awesome interview (another one since a_r posted a very recent interview by Eva with Laith Maarouf), this time it is at Press TV : Erdogan’s invasion of Syria: Marwa Osman with Laith Maarouf. As always Laith is balanced, as many at Syrper as well, he goes through all sides on this conflict with a Syrian view of the situation, no prejudice but analytical, glad to see most at SyrPer is so aligned to a bright Syrian Analyst located in Syria, you sense zero hate speech nor revenge on him, just rational and plain simple, his part takes 10 minutes max.… Read more »

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THIS IS A MUST-READ ARTICLE ! 👀

The Russian Masterpiece in Syria: Everyone Wins
(Strategic Culture – October 17, 2019)

*It explains how recent events in the ME are the result of Putin’s ‘long game’ (that I admit to have failed to appreciate in the past). It is always good to see quality journalism and objective political analysis published by US media.

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Thanks, Oz. Posted to Fecebook with the following comment and to Twitter with something slightly shorter:
If you really want to understand what just happened in Syria, read this article devoid of Republocrat bickering. Putin understand that “War is a continuation of politics (diplomacy) by other means” (Clauswitz) and should only be a last resort. The key is always diplomacy:
https://www.strategic-culture.org/news/2019/10/16/the-russian-masterpiece-in-syria-everyone-wins/

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A partition of Turkey was always an objective of the neocon maximum chaos “divid et impera” plan for the Middle East, something obvious to anyone who looked at the proposed maps of the “new Middle East.” I read an article (by Stephen Lendman?) describing the trap in early 2016, right about the time Erdogan wised up and fired Davutoglu. It was the classic pigeon drop sting used to leverage a mark’s greed. Yeah, there’s $10K available to you in a West African bank. The perfect con for a narcissistic psychopath like Erdogan.

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your vids work now, good job.
That Image was posted all over the military town where I live.
I later met the kid who was doing it and we became friends.
We toured together for 8 years and then went our separate ways.
He was stabbed to death in the utopia that is america by a “random” person last year.

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sorry to hear your friend was stabbed to death. Random violence is a clear sign of the cracks of incipient dsocietal breakdown.

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As a fellow west coaster I Am sure you have seen your fair share.

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The crimes committed at this prison are so foul and inhuman. It is another in a long list of atrocities committed by an imperial army. In 1637 the Pilgrims went to war against the Pequot Indians who were the dominant tribe in Connecticut. They wiped out 400 men, women and children with only 5 escaping. As Wikipedia recounts: The leader, Captain John Underhill justified the killing of the elderly, women, children, and the infirm by stating that “sometimes the Scripture declareth women and children must perish with their parents… We had sufficient light from the Word of God for our… Read more »

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The bloodthirsty God of Judeo-Christian-Islamic supremacist fanatics unmoderated by Christ’s message of love or Muhammed’s rules to be observed when forced to self-defense.

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Just waiting for “Fag of War” to spin this in some way which portrays Putin as selling Syria out….
Any time now.

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Sorry DR, be ready, this will cause a great swelling of the denizens living in the sewer canals of Tel Aviv. Norman Finkelstein is a tower of strength and a destroyer of countless hasbara trolls.

“Self-hating Jew? Norman Finkelstein’s comments on Gaza draws charge of ‘anti-Semitism’ from Princeton”

https://www.sott.net/article/422110-Self-hating-Jew-Norman-Finkelsteins-comments-on-Gaza-draws-charge-of-anti-Semitism-from-Princeton

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I tend not to give great merit to Trump because his choice to withdraw the troops from Northern Syria… Just my opinion but I think it was a compelled decision…the alternative was a strong military build up to create a credible force to counter the Turkish invasion. Particularly considering that Turkey is (for how long time still?)) a nato member. Maybe I am too optimist but I think Usa has no more the capability to shift massive military forces as in the past, I mean 15/20 years ago…also because usa military power is spread in too many fronts around the… Read more »

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Great! I succeeded to become a Syper member! I dont know why i am just a newbie, while I’m hanging around here for at least two years or more.

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Piero – only 2 years? Yeh, you are a newbie!
Only joking.
Best wishes and keep posting.👍

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@ Ozs. I think I began to follow the site during the dark times of the battle in Aleppo when the glorius SAA were spitting blood for every inch gained….But I had already the right understanding of what was going on ih Syria since 2011 when i heard Obama kept on repeating “Assad must go”…and the old risible story of “..the red line..” which shoudn’t be crossed by ” the bloody tyrant Assad” … all that echoed by the italian press-titutes, every single day…Many deep doubts began to grow in my mind that this was reflecting the reality on the… Read more »

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Welcome aboard Piero.
Trumps mini press conference yesterday was one of the most interesting things I have seen in a while.
It was populist driven, but after the fact of actions taken.
I still will never trust american politics again.
In Regards to american logistical ability, simply watch where they put troops on the ground.
The hard part is to determine who they are manipulating, and what capabilities they have given them.

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Thank you for your welcome, Id.
Of course you are referrig to the capability of the empire to implement some proxy wars…as they are doing in Ukraine but I think you cannot compare that with the capability to move many hundred thousands of men as in the wars against Iraq …nowadays it seems to me, when it moves the risible number of one hundred…max one thousand…the empire looks like it be making a big effort. Greeting to England (which is leaving Eu and is going to start to sail the ocean toward uncknown lands)

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A proxy war is just as effective at selling arms for the MIC as a regular army war.
Either one is unconstitutional.
They both have only been effective in causing instability so that globalist institutions (banks) can take over the contested areas.
The difference is that American boys rarely die in a proxy war.
This causes the comfortable American populous to not not notice at all.
Most American people have no Idea what their tax dollars do.
Thus the global banks use both the army and proxy forces as mercenaries for their imperialist ambitions.

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Success in Syria?

Count on the slimy hasbara trolls to slither out of Tel Aviv’s downtown sewage canals, and there they are, right on the dot.

Bye, bye, guys and gals.

Off you go!

You are of no use here.

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Excellent expose by Grayzone contributor Ben Norton. It’s a long detailed article, I am posting the first few paragraphs and the link for anyone who wants to read the rest. This twisted military industrial complex sellout academic Gilbert Achcar, sounds like a complete ass. —— Elite UK military unit secretly trained by leftist regime-change advocate Gilbert Achcar and other academics Government documents show scholar Gilbert Achcar and other pro-regime change academics have given training sessions to UK Ministry of Defense soldiers, helping the British military enhance its counter-insurgency tactics. By Ben Norton Declassified British government documents obtained by The Grayzone… Read more »

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The US military is worried their secrets can leak to the Russians… The kurds are loyal but they can be tortured to give up secrets… My reply was.. Why would the Russians want to learn from losers? Unless you aim is to drug your nation, create mass hysteria and dumb down your civilization.. These people really think their high ‘tech’ is precisely what the world wants to steal from them. A whole bunch of expensive astronomically priced theories that cost ever more to implement and controlled by a few who dont understand what it is they want done other than… Read more »

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SAA preparing to enter Raqqa! See al-Masdar news site….

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they are already in raqqa city and moved north to ayn issa since yesterday

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i dont get tulsi’s negative view on trump pulling out of syria,i though she wanted them out and a stop to regime change endless wars? also many are saying she is tasting the same thing trump went through when her own party is against her now,and why did she jump on the impeachment train?,,

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She was not briefed on what we here have concluded was Trump’s prior negotiations with Russia and didn’t realize the SAA would be allowed into NE Syria to protect the Kurds, so she expected a disaster, and when the SAA did move, didn’t realize that Trump had agreed to it. She went on to criticize the regime change policies of both parties and the enabling or Kurd separatism.

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well i have yet to her from her backtracking then ,if she was not privy why is she not explaining herself with more detail now? and why did she go for the trump impeachment thing?

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You’ll have to look for a more recent video ziad — but don’t expect ANY US pollie to know squat about anything: they’re living inside a crazy fun-house of distorting mirrors.

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‘Any’ US Pollie????
Hello, this is our Tulsi we are talking about.
She’s supposed to be something better 😜

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Enough excuses for Tulsi
In support of ziad’s view, I think Anti-R should not be making excuses for her. As she is currently under the media spotlight, she needs to stay well informed, does she not?
Bit of a bad joke when we posters know more about the situation than her.
Maybe she only reads MSM?

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Look up ”Overton Window”. It’s a thing.

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yeah how can she not be informed as we are? ill give it more time to see what she has to say

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Because she’s still not privy and nobody else is, either. We drew the conclusion here because we are perceptive and we also understand that Trump was forced into this by strategic necessity. What she said about impeachment is that the inquiry should be wrapped up quickly. The hidden meaning is, “Drop it because you don’t have the votes for a legitimate impeachment inquiry that Trump can’t justifiably ignore.”

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Winners and Losers in the Turkish attack on Kurds in Syria? Part 2 of 3 Turkish forces invaded north-east Syria (NES) only when it had coordinated with the US to define the red line of the invasion. Moreover, both superpowers, the US and Russia, protected Turkey by blocking an EU-drafted UN resolution to halt the Turkish advance. Turkey refused to allow the US to arm, train and give an independent state to the Syrian Kurds on the Turkish borders and simultaneously keep Turkey as an ally. President Donald Trump had no choice but to accept Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan’s… Read more »

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interesting footage by russian patrols,,,

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NEWSFLASH — THE KURDS ARE NOT ANGELS ”’President Donald Trump, facing bipartisan condemnation over Turkey’s invasion of Syria, defended his handling of the matter Wednesday as “strategically brilliant” and downplayed the U.S. alliance with the Kurds, who are “not angels,” he said. “It’s not our problem,” Trump said in the Oval Office…”’ [USAToday — I won’t inflict the link on you: they’ll want you to watch their ads…] Check the Dotard’s crass ignorance, let alone his lies, and you can tell how on every fact on every subject this boofhead is skating, fed rubbish by the demons in the State… Read more »

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This has to do with the sayib culture.. Have you noticed how many Russian and Syrian Generals have died far away from home? When was the last time a US general died except in his own bed at home? The US itself is not fully there but its getting closer and closer each day where people who have no clue how to do something are placed in charge of getting something done. The ones doing does know the work but are told how to do it.. by these same people who only know talking points.. What could go wrong??? Og… Read more »

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IB, don’t mean to nit-pick, but you misspelled Boeing.

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Boeing is a noun, boing is a verb 🙂

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Why did you have to ruin it? I was giving you credit for a clever play on words!

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The Seattle company is thinking of re-branding themselves Boing, since their aeroplanes are bouncing off the planet.

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It was a good engineer run aircraft company when it WAS based in Seattle.
Then during the 1980s Wall Street took over the company and moved its headquarters to Chicago and wrecked its engineering culture, imposing a Wall Street culture. It was a bitter process and Boeing has not been the same since.

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Well said.

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I just posted this to Fecebook: The truth about the Syrian Kurds and Rojava. This interview by Eva Bartlett of Laith Marouf, a Syrian with broad historical knowledge of the area, presents a much different view of Rojava and its YPG(PKK) leadership. Trump was truthful when he said the Kurds are not angels. Note Laith mentions loyal Syrian Kurds who had objected to the PKK programs were punished. The interview occurred in January, shortly after Trump announced his intention to withdraw. They discuss attempts to block Trump’s intentions and also sabotage of genuine peace initiatives of Obama’s in 2016. I’ve… Read more »

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i have gmail and usually when i go to reply to ppl that left replies to my comments on yt vids it takes me to the vid page and to the reply but today i am noticing the yt pages are only loading the video and nothing else so i am not able to reply or see comments? anyone else experiencing this today or is it just me?

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My info is that if you use G-mail, Google is surveilling you. That’s why I’m not logged into YT — yet YT seems to have picked up my preferences anyway. Google are evil.

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thank you that was very helpful,,O-0

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Ali Kourani, makes a couple points that only habitual liars and fanatic ideologues could dispute. Ali @Ali_Kourani · 5h The secular, freedom-loving FSA was not magically subbed out and just replaced with awful takfiri mercenaries. Fighters in all factions comprising the National Syrian Army are literally the same people they were in 2012-19. Turkey did not crystallize new jihadis out of thin air Ali @Ali_Kourani · 5h That this jump between secular and takfiri can happen so swiftly and fluidly with a change of uniform here and flag there attests to the simple fact that their ideologies, if they had… Read more »

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I’d regard the Turk Army, the Grey Wolves, Ahrar al-Sham, FSA, ISIS, the ”National Syrian Army” and most jihadi cannibals as part of Erdog’s panoply of terror. they’re all interchangeable, depending on who’s getting paid best. As Thierry Meyssan revealed, Turk MIT spies at one time ran IS’ top strategic command. The major exceptions might — MIGHT — be those gangs controlled by Qatar, or those directly run by Amerika.

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Yeah, agreed Turkey has always been a major benefactor and patron of these fanatic terrorrist mercenaries, but so has Israel been (what were the mossad contractors doing at camp bucca, in Iraq? ) Israel is as deep in this crime, as Turkey, America, Saudi Arabia, Qatar and NATO plus Australia as well are.

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An article written by a patriot of Venezuela that paints a clear and unvarnished picture of just who the Kurds are and why they should be damn thankful that the Syrians don’t allow Turkey to kill every last one of them.
https://nomadicthoughts.blogs.sapo.pt/lets-mourn-the-kurdish-faith-by-luis-21338

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Thank you very much for your comment, but although I stand 100% for Venezuela and Syria, I am not Venezuelan, I’m Portuguese (yes, that pitiful vassal state of the US :p )

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Consider reading Thierry Meyssan’s 3-part essay “ALL THAT IS HIDDEN FROM YOU ABOUT TURKISH OPERATION “SOURCE OF PEACE”.
It is an extensive and detailed resume of “The Kurdish Question” not to be missed:
https://www.voltairenet.org/article207992.html

“The unanimous international community multiplies its condemnation of the military offensive in Rojava and watches helplessly as tens of thousands of Kurds flee, pursued by the Turkish army. However, no one intervenes, considering that a massacre may be the only possible way to restore peace, given the inextricable situation created by France and the crimes against humanity committed by Kurdish combatants and civilians.” — Thierry Meyssan

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These same psychopaths were being described by these same sold out western “free press” mouthpieces as being “moderate rebels valiantly fighting against the monster Assad”. Look how smoothly these Orwellian functionaries of the Ministry of Truth shift to reflect thenew party line, expressing shock and horror when just days before — and even now continue to do so with these al qaeda and daesh freakish psychotic war criminals thatarecommitting these samekinds of outrages against Syrian people, both Christian and Muslim, including Sunni Muslims, who do not conform to the dominionist ideology driving the both the wahabbist and the Muslim Brotherhood… Read more »

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Breaking: SAA enters Ayn al Arab

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photo.-Aleppo Defenders Corps (pictures of SAA troops entering the city)

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If #US presents a draft to the #UN condemning #Turkey invasion in northEast #Syria, don’t be surprised if #Russia veto the draft. #Moscow & #Ankara rather solve their issues away from the UN. Turkey, after Erdogan’s visit to Russia, will stop the ops and meet Damascus officials.

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Tulsi Gabbard says: “Donald Trump has the blood of the Kurds on his hand…”
She is a wolf in sheep’s clothing, what a horrible person, I can’t believe people support her and don’t see through the bullshit.

Trump on the other hand has turned out to be a hero of the people. Greatest President Ever.

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I am under the impression there is a few things she does not understand.

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Probably because you don’t listen to her but take the word (directly or indirectly) from NYT, CNN or disinformation sites that pretend to be antiwar but just spread confusion. TYT anyone?

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I wanted to write this as a reply to another post but it has to do with grammar.. Since I studied and talked in many languages some which are ass backwards like ayrabic, Automatically I transpose nouns and verbs to the sentences to make it fit. This is the same as how we talk using words OF multiple languages but others can understand us. A literal translation would not make any sense. The same goes to understanding a person.. SOmeone can say something.. But it means entirely different to different people depending on their perceptions. Maybe why I dont find… Read more »

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Pedant’s corner: ”missile” connotes an object THROWN. A drone, or a GUIDED rocket is not ballistic (thrown) any longer, as were the ICBMs. Now all Russian ICBMs are guided and flyable, so they have more in common with a plane, and are arguably NOT a ”missile”.

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A_R, may I quote you: “She was not briefed on what we here have concluded was Trump’s prior negotiations with Russia and didn’t realize the SAA would be allowed into NE Syria to protect the Kurds, so she expected a disaster, and when the SAA did move, didn’t realize that Trump had agreed to it. She went on to criticize the regime change policies of both parties and the enabling or Kurd separatism.” So she did not quite understand. Is this your opinion, or did you change it? As to me ‘not listening to her while watching the MSM’, I… Read more »

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Correct. She is not fully informed and therefore can not possibly understand everything. That is my opinion, has always been and has not changed. She has 24×7 to become fully informed on myriad issues in addition to campaigning. Besides, negotiations Trump may have had with Putin and Erdogan are secret, and none of us will know for sure exactly what was said for 70 years. As to listening, the key is context. You wrote your remark in the context of HarryG’s quote, which was distorted because it was fragmentary and did not include all of Tulsi’s words. It seemed from… Read more »

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Hi Harry, just made a longish post which has gone in to moderation. 1. Gabbard is nothing to be impressed about, glad you see that. 2. Trump represents an important portion (maybe silent majority) of the US population that do not want to follow globalism (borderless, genderless world order). a: I’ve criticized him, but he does seem to be keen to quit Syria and under his tenure no new war has been started. b: I don’t think he will be impeached and he isn’t going down without a huge fight and has implicitly hinted at civil war if he does… Read more »

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Hey MD, nice to hear from you. Given that Trump stands hard against the radical left wing Satanic agenda, I have concluded that he has the Divine behind him. There is no other explanation for his VERY courageous positions. Overtly anti-war, pro-life, pro-God, pro-freedom-of-assembly, pro-freedom-of-speech, and pro-right-to-bear-arms. That last one, the right to keep and bear arms, protects all other rights, it is the most important. And everyone must remember, Gabbard’s anti-war position is feckless and flimsy, she would flip in a second with an ounce of pressure (I really can’t stand people like her). Trump’s anti war position on… Read more »

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Hi HarryG, 1. Trump and those conservatives and patriots in the US who support him are not just trying to defend America (a concept which the neo-left now no longer believe in and reject, “America” is hate-speech to them and is an immoral construct according to their woke SJW neo-leftist narrative) but are in fact defending humanity against these Satanic Zio-Luciferian occultists. I can understand non-theists who have an aversion to overtly religious people particularly given the hypocrisy of some ‘religious’ people (there are perverts and paedophiles in both the Christian and Muslim communities e.g. Imams who sexually abuse people)… Read more »

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Trump is a good man.

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Trump is a known Epstein Island pedophile child rapist. How do you reconcile that with “good man”? edit: Y’all anonymous downvoters be a bunch of tea party snowflakes. The evidence that trump raped that 13 year old girl while visiting his very good friend Epstein’s mossad honey trap island is pretty hard to dismiss, as are the subsequent threats made to that child by Trump lawyers. Pretending that all this — and there is a ton of “this” — ain’t so, so that you can pedestal him with fanboy worship and play make believe with your minds that he is… Read more »

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There is zero evidence of such a thing.

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Saying the sky is blue can get you into moderation, hereabouts…

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just do it by editing the post which dont go through moderation.

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She’s running for the leadership of the democratic party… and by extension against Trump, did you think she would praise him ! it’s politics and Trump is a buffoon who surrounded himself with the most reactionary neocons in the USA but he is the greatest…Right…

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sorry I don’t drink kool aide

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Harry, you took a fragment of her quote. She went on to blame both Republicans and Democrats for the intervention that caused everything. As of the latest news she’s likely received, it probably wasn’t clear to her, as it is to us, that Trump worked closely not only with Turkey, but with Russia as well to make sure the operation was as quick and bloodless as humanly possible. Why not the full quote? Did you pull it from some anti-Gabbard smear site, or did you come up with the smear yourself? Which other US candidate do you propose that would… Read more »

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Too bad you only selected that snippet of what she said instead of providing her entire statement:

“Trump has the blood of Kurds on his hand, but so do politicians from both parties along w/ the MSM who champion Syrian regime change war. NYT/CNN have also smeared veterans like myself for calling for an end to this war. Completely despicable.”

That sort of cherrypicking is what cowards at CNN/NYT/WaPost do.

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Precisely, Trump does not have the blood of Kurds on his hands. That’s nonsense. This is holding the train driver responsible for derailment during an earthquake as he did not stop the train any earlier. 1) He largely inherited the situation from his predecessor. 2) He was subjet to the internal mechanisms of the deep state, and the expectations of US allies such as Israel, France, the UK, Germany and also Turkey. 2) He negotiated a way out – I do not see any other solution except handing the entire territory over to the government, which we know is not… Read more »

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Correct. Putin masterfully offered both Turkey and the US a face-saving way out if the Kurds would accept it, which they did as soon as they realized Trump was serious about not opposing a Turk invasion.

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A_R, so we agree. Don’t get me wrongly, I am not particularly fond of Mr Trump (and I would not believe he would care about this circumstance), neither do I dislike your favourite, however, I do believe she does not stand a chance (not very difficult to predict), as she lacks support, and realism to some extent that I find hard to define, and she also appears to flip-flop as she tries to stay in the game without selling out. Again, no judgment, just observation.

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FB, I agree, even to the point of a certain amount of “flip-flopping.” She listens to her supporters, and I like to think she learns from them. Eg, the anti-BDS resolution. I think she got snookered that BDS would eliminate a two state solution, which she still doggedly supports. Reality is that BDS supports either a two state or a one state solution. It’s all about Palestinian individual rights and right of return as specified by UNR 194, which actually imposes a lot of restrictions on the right of return. I don’t think she understood that. She’s limited to 24×7,… Read more »

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I also agree she has a snowball’s chance in hell of being nominated. I don’t support her with much hope she will be nominated, though things that are less likely have happened in the oast. I support her because I think the things she says need to be heard by the American public. If the elites and DNC had their way, foreign policy would not be discussed at all.

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Syrian girl stating what should be obvious.

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ISIS women are not innocent by virtue of being women. Infact they were respond for oppressing Syrian women. Seperate the children and make them face justice. That’s what Syria will do.

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Radical feminists would have you believe woman have not sinned so they cannot be accused of sinning. Me too would logic at work with ISIS

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A typical example of the kind of “culture wars” triangulating distraction that the Oligarchy loves to give oxygen to in order to keep the peasants busy fighting over something of little importance to them as they consolidate their totalitarian hegemonic grip on the masses.

Keep your eyes on the ball: the world is infested by transnational criminal syndicates who are a grave threat to life, liberty and the pursuit of happinness, of everybody — who is not born into this elite multi generational oligarchic class.

Why give this cynical diversionary tempest in a tea cup any oxygen?

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1. The occultists that rule the US and beyond are engaged in an attempt to execute the greatest social engineering program in human history which essentially aims to criminalize gender per se. For example in a school in the UK girls were forbidden to wear female clothing as it would not be ‘inclusive’. 2. David Icke talks about Zionism, globalism, the fake enviromental cult and other things. 3. This site is obviously opposed to American/western imperialism, but that also includes cultural imperialism, which in this context means to spread the anti-gender crusade to the rest of the planet and impose… Read more »

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What school is this? There are perverse schools everywhere. This may include religion-based schools.

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Going to re-iterate that this freak show is an intentional distraction designed to syphon off and mis-direct outrage and anger off stage to some freak show of no importance or consequence to the central struggle of the people versus the hegemons, which is the central struggle of the times we live in… NOW! This is the only struggle that matters and is of historic significance on this planet in our times. On one side there is the people’s resistance and the grouping of states seeking to preserve multi-polarity, on the other side there are the hegemons…. those who seek dominion… Read more »

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PNW, I would say that an important indication they are Mockingbird is the fact that this trash utterly fails at the box office and loses enormous amounts of money.

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“…to spread the anti-gender crusade to the rest of the planet and impose it. It needs to be stopped, to help stop it we can….” No, it’s not our job to stop anything in countries outside our own. They can take care of themselves on issues like this. It’s going nowhere in Russia, China or any Muslim countries. PNW is correct, it’s a distraction in the West, possibly deliberate and organized. Occultism is also a distraction. Sure, it exists but it’s minor compared to the psychopathology, greed and an utterly corrupt system that’s really driving things. Yes, prosecute pedophiles, and… Read more »

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Two tier justice system at work a_r. There is a big club, and you are not in it.

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George Carlin was a prophet

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I imagine they will be punished at the box office, as will a female James Bond regardless of color. Let it go at that. I’m trying to figure out why I loved “The Wiz” when it came out, but am not that impressed with a black Little Mermaid. Maybe it’s because The Wonderful Wizard of Oz is an American story, and African Americans are an integral part of the culture deserving to be recognized as such. On the other hand, the Little Mermaid is about as Northern European as you can get. As far as I’m concerned, the Black-washing of… Read more »

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BBC did the same with a female Dr. Who. Lost me after that. Probably get a few down votes for mentioning BBC, but David Tennant was brilliant.