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Breaking News: US Begins Bombing Syria



The US has begun bombing the nation of Syria last night. The war in the country has escalated to the point of once again violating international protocol.

Source:

U.S. Launches Air-Strike Campaign Against ISIS in Syria, Time

US and ‘partners’ launch airstrikes on ISIS targets in Syria, Russia Today

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  1. Didn't Syria say this would mean war?  If so… Iran and Russia… and China, might get involved.  Emphasis on 'might' because they haven't exactly drawn a red line, at least to my knowledge.  I think they are just trying to scare the US, but obviously the US has become a crazed animal, it has lost all it's fear.  The US government just keeps pushing the bar, just slugs it's way forward.  If Syria falls, I swear Iran WILL be next… honestly, how much more can Russia and China take?!?  A PLA professor is even saying that war with the US is inevitable within a decade.  Admittedly, I am starting to grow deeply concerned.  Al-Qaeda didn't concern me, ISIS doesn't concern me, domestic "terrorists" don't concern me.  This does.  I think the reason China and Russia aren't being more aggressive right now is because they aren't ready, that's a fact.  Their militaries are still behind the US military in multiple categories.  Plus, the US would love it if they struck first.  What are you're thoughts on a possible third world war Jason?

  2. RevolutionNewsUS posted a video showing Biden saying Obama is gonna end wars (for israel) so they can be elected. See "with the jews you lose". That guys slogan is pretty simple. When jews control the media and are the biggest funders of your presidential select they get to choose who you can elect. Israel brags in its leading news Harretz that american goyim will get to choose who Jewish Oligarch Sheldon adelson selects them to elect. This was the article on the jewish only (+goyim leaders) meeting that sheldon adelson had.

  3. The U.S..that have bomb ISIS in Syria will take more days & months ,,,but  if the IDF will Strike ISIS it is a matter of Days…War is War,,every thing you have poses is to Use in the  warfare..When IDF strike without Hesitation..every point hit will be burn to Ashes.,when third world war begun,,,the earth will become barren Land..Israel will born again,,ang History will repeat itself..Nobody will own the World,,,we Human Beings are only Given a Previlege to live..Whoever Will start the Fire will be Burn All to Ashes.This war has begun,,either You will argue or not…these fire will spread,,throughout middle east..,the Ball of Fire Will Wipe..either you like or not like only One country in Middle east will survived..alas.. 

  4. I can imagine now what Bush will say about this, " We gonna bomb those towel— ah, Arab Meslim terrorists, for freedom!". 

  5. Great. Another 10 year war in the Middle East that no one asked for and no one wants. And knowing Harper, Canada's going to be sucked into this one.

  6. we seen Syrian people get slaughtered and the president over there is a fucking maggot if I was Obama I would turn that country into a parking lot and take all the fucking oil get a few blow jobs off your whores then bounce back to America and kick back and watch the foot ball game u bunch of fu cking  animals

  7. Jason you are wrong again about the US reasons for bombing Syria. The US will not try to oust ASSAD. Or cripple the regime. And there will be boots on the ground by the end of the year. The US has invested billions in the Middle East. The US will forever be a major player and peace keeper in the Middle East. As long as radical Islam is creating a Caliphate we are there indefinitely. If we kill ISIS there we will not have to risk them killings Americans in the US in the future. 9/11 will never happen again. The US is forever PRO ACTIVE IN THE MIDDLE EAST AS A MAJOR PLAYER AND PEACE KEEPER.

  8. Jason you are wrong again about the US reasons for bombing Syria. The US will not try to oust ASSAD. Or cripple the regime. And there will be boots on the ground by the end of the year. The US has invested billions in the Middle East. The US will forever be a major player and peace keeper in the Middle East. As long as the is radical Islam creating a Caliphate we are there indefinitely. If we kill ISIS there we will not have to risk them killings Americans in the US. 9/11 will never happen again. The US are forever PRO ACTIVE IN THE MIDDLE EAST AS A MAJOR PLAYER AND PEACE KEEPER.

  9. See I'd look more toward the US Vassal States the UK and Australia as the key instigators of this. Both have unelected fascist administrations trying to divert attention from their own crimes against humanity at home by starting more foreign wars.

  10. ISIS intervention into Eastern Iraq always seemed BS to me, given it basically had no chance of succeeding. No doubt the US via their Gulf State allies encouraged ISIS to run amok, lop off a few heads etc so as to create a pretext to start bombing.

    In a few months ISIS fighters will flood into the ranks of the Free Syrian Army and march on Damascus – that is with NATO air support, to take out Assad's command and control systems, air-force and surface-to-air missiles. 

     

  11. The thing i find strange is the Syrian government news said the US had secret negotiations with them. Supposedly the US promised to not hit SAA targets and something about the SAA  in Iraq. But how this is going to go the US will break its promise and still fund the FSA.

  12. The Monroe Doctrine really is the best policy. Most of the "problems" the US has in the middle east are the direct result of US actions and her inability to keep it's nose out of the middle east in the first place.

  13.    Are we trying to damage our own foreign policy?  Funding 'moderate' 'rebels' from even neo liberal/neo conservative foreign policy paradigms.

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