OBAMA BOMBS ISIS IN IRAQ & ARMS THEM IN SYRIA

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Posted on 9th August 2014 by Administrator in Economy |Politics |Social Issues

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Elite donors of American allies in the Persian Gulf region have poured an immense amount of resources into rebel groups like IS in efforts to advance on three general goals: opposing Iran, its ally Bashar Assad and his government in Syria, and fomenting the Sunni-Shia divides in the region.

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  1. IraK, who supports US dollar and military world supremacy, says:

    I think you’re undermining your own interests when you post articles like this Administrator.
    You’ve got a well-paying job, a house in the suburbs, a condo at the beach, an institutional pension and social security to look forward to, and probably some gold stashed in a safe in your basement.
    Did you ever consider that your favored position and ours is due to the US military and dollar preeminence in the world. Punishing deviant countries, like IraK, Libya, Syria, Iran, Russia, Malaysia, and others is necessary for the US to remain King of the Hill. Supporting whoever serves our interests is necessary, too. (The government in Iraq and ISIS in Syria.)
    Americans may not like our continual wars and may object paying for them, but they’d like the alternative a lot less.

    9th August 2014 at 9:32 pm

  2. Administrator says:

    US Sends Humanitarian Bombs to Iraq as it Warns Russia Against Humanitarian Aid to Ukraine

    Written by Daniel McAdams

    Friday August 8, 2014

    The US administration began bombing Iraq today, with hopes that the disaster created by the 2003 Iraq War II could be rectified by starting Iraq War III. The pretext was to rescue a religious minority trapped by Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (ISIS) fighters. It was called a “humanitarian” intervention.

    The ISIS menace is one created in Washington through the much-vaunted 2007 “Arab Awakening” in Iraq – where, as Justin Raimondo points out, the US was “arming, training, and bribing the very folks who are now welcoming ISIS with open arms.” ISIS has been significantly strengthened over the past three years by the US program to arm and back Islamist insurgents fighting to overthrow the secular government in Syria. Without US support for the rebels in Syria, ISIS would not be overrunning Iraq right now.

    Nevertheless, the US government has decided to bomb Iraq to address the humanitarian crisis that it caused in the first place.

    Meanwhile, US Ambassador to the United Nations, Samantha Power, warned Russia, as US humanitarian bombs fell on Iraq, that any further intervention in Ukraine, including under the pretense of delivering humanitarian aid, would be viewed as “an invasion of Ukraine.”

    “The humanitarian situation needs addressing, but not by those who have caused it,” she said (presumably with a straight face).

    Recall US Secretary of State John Kerry’s foot-in-mouth criticism when Crimea re-joined Russia: “You just don’t invade another country on phony pretext in order to assert your interests.”

    Irony and self-reflection is totally lost on US foreign policy and its practitioners.

    9th August 2014 at 9:39 pm

  3. Administrator says:

    Irak

    No pension for Admin. Just whatever I save.

    I really need to fall into line and follow our wise sages like McCain, Cheney and Obama.

    9th August 2014 at 9:42 pm

  4. IraK says:

    Now you’re talking Administrator. McCain, Cheney (especially), and Obama are a good start. But I think you could do better by reading the WSJ, the NYT, and/or the WaPo every day. If you have time for only one, pick the WSJ. They print all the news and comments that are fit for us Americans while lesser papers, tv news, and websites only fit up the news as prink.

    9th August 2014 at 10:07 pm

  5. Anonymous says:

    But I think you could do better by reading the WSJ, the NYT, and/or the WaPo every day. -Irak

    Irak says listen to propaganda because it is good for you.

    Tell me Irak, what think stank do you work for?

    9th August 2014 at 11:13 pm

  6. Anonymous says:

    Oh, I get it, Irak is just a trollop. Yanno, troll, for every person that finds you a troll five more believe your hype.

    So, you are a turd floater. Nuff said. Deception with some truth.

    9th August 2014 at 11:16 pm

  7. Anonymous says:

    You’ve got a well-paying job, a house in the suburbs, a condo at the beach, an institutional pension and social security to look forward to, and probably some gold stashed in a safe in your basement.
    Did you ever consider that your favored position and ours is due to the US military and dollar preeminence in the world. Punishing deviant countries, like IraK, Libya, Syria, Iran, Russia, Malaysia, and others is necessary for the US to remain King of the Hill -Irak

    Where in the constitution do you find the US is supposed to be the King of the Hill?

    We aren’t playing Stratego here. The people want peace and war is, after thousands of years, is not the answer to that.

    9th August 2014 at 11:20 pm

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