Syria

The Syrian Mistake

As in all the Middle Eastern Countries,

the US is making a mistake with Syria.

I keep saying that the rest of the world does not live

the same way Americans do,

Look here, the minute that US forces enter sovereign territory

without UN Sanctions,

and without prior invitation of the existing sovereign government,

the US military is considered invaders,

and the act in itself is considered an invasion.

Furthermore, if US military forces train and fight with

an army against the present sovereign government,

this US military forces will be considered as rebels,

and will be bombed as such.

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Syria is unlike Vietnam, or Libya or Afghanistan and Iraq.

There is presently a functioning legitimate government in Syria.

And this is not a third world country, nor a banana republic.

The us military should modify its actions and its purpose

as regards to Syria and Assad.

If war comes out of this thing,

the US will be the provocateur.

One of these days, the Americans will learn a hard lesson

on not getting embroiled with all the troubles of the world.

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Clinton’s Emails

GAD!

If there is one thing that will give Russia

a respite from the media bash

is the discovery of the rest of Hillary`s emails

which may have been forwarded

or sent as copies to another device.

GAD!

I think Putin

has something to do with this!

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It must have been his device

where Clinton`s emails landed!

The Children of Aleppo

The obsession of the Western countries

to bring down the legitimate government of Syria

has now started to claim the children of Aleppo as casualties.

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More so the western countries turn a blind eye on the

rebel shelling of Aleppo.

This is the way that the rebels prove to those who  supplied their arms

that they are actually using these arms for the intended purpose.

But bombing the children of Aleppo is one juicy pointer

for the Human Rights Commission to step in

and stop the shelling.

But no, the HRC just do not follow the rules.

They just follow what they are told to follow.

After all, they must also receive wages to survive.

At any rate, the Western world has never justified

their reasons to change the regime of Assad

and to malign Russia as a state and a nation.

The Western World should realize by now

that Assad will not be toppled

and Russia will finally be understood.