Saturday, April 14, 2018

No congressional approval. No international consensus (Sarah Abdallah)

  • And what was the strategy under your boss Obama’s administration? Giving arms, money and training to the jihadist terrorists who sought to topple Syria’s secular government and replace it with a Saudi-Arabia-style regime?
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    Why are we helping commit a genocide in Yemen while also bombing Syria cuz we care about people? And you know you'll NEVER ask that question cuz ur owned and have no actual integrity or courage.
  • “The al-Qaeda linked group which originated the claims of a government orchestrated chemical attack on civilians in Syria’s Douma, called the Army of Islam, is and has always been state sponsored by Saudi Arabia.”
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    This is why we have PERPETUAL WAR, cuz "News" anchors are stenographers to power. Can you imagine covering Iraq & Libya and then tweeting something like this? News media is as bad if not worse than when we went into Iraq, these are the willing tools of warmongers with zero shame.
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    Timing of US, UK, French airstrikes on Syria: just hours before OPCW inspectors:
  • No congressional approval. No international consensus. No investigation of the alleged chemical attack and no evidence of the Syrian government being behind it either. Shameful.
  • Leave it to John McCain to keep the drums of war beating. He won’t be satisfied until the secular Syrian government is overthrown and his jihadist buddies declare a new caliphate from Damascus. Lunacy.
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    So now that we’re sending cruise missiles into countries to send a message to brutal dictators who massacre children, when do the air strikes on Saudi Arabia begin?
  • Save it, Power. If you were so concerned about Syrian civilians being massacred, you and the rest of the Obama administration wouldn’t have backed jihadist death squads from the start.
  • John McCain, who has backed the jihadist gangs tearing Syria apart from day one, literally applauds the illegal military strikes on Syria and typically calls for even more war. Color me shocked.
  • “Damascus has come under attack by the US, France and the UK at a time when Syria is returning to peaceful life, after battling a terrorist aggression for years.”
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    ... so refugees can return home & begin to rebuild their lives, then we should work for peace, end our policy of interventionist regime change wars and stop trying to be the policeman of the world. (2/2)
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    The people of Syria desperately want to live in peace & do not want their country to be taken over by genocidal terrorist groups like al-Qaeda and ISIS. If we are truly concerned about the suffering of the Syrian people & bringing about peace & stability ... (1/2)
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    Trump launches airstrikes on the Syrian Army in . Why is the US bombing the people who are fighting ISIS and protecting Syrian Christians? One of the reasons I voted for Trump is because he promised to stay out of Syria. I did not vote for this.
  • Reports emerging that terrorists are using the air strikes as cover to make gains and attack the civilians of Damascus, including Christian neighborhoods.
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    Predictably, America's foreign policy mavens are uniting to praise Trump. The most vivid reflection of the sickness of US political culture is how easy it is to get its elites to switch from "he's a maniacal monster with dementia" to "I'm behind our Leader": just bomb someone
  • My heart is with the people of beautiful Damascus tonight. For seven years, they’ve fought and warded off terrorism. They will overcome this terrible aggression as well. ❤️ 🇸🇾