Sovereignty

With the downing of a Russian Su-24 by the Turkish Air Force,

the killing of the pilot by small arms fire

as he parachuted down,

and the killing of a Russian marine

attempting the rescue in a helicopter,

Putin describes these acts as a stab in the back,

knowing that the people who did this

were considered friendly allies.

All of a sudden, the terrified western countries,

members of the inutile NATO

pleaded for calm to descalate

the tension, saying that every country

has the right to defend its sovereignty.

What about Syria?

Does it not have the right to defend its sovereignty, too?

Didn’t just about everybody in the US-led

coalition enter Syria and Iraq

with invasion forces?

Who then decides which country has the right

to defend its sovereignty?

Doesn’t the United nations

consider Syria as a sovereign state

and Assad as its legitimate sovereign?

It is clear that the US-led coalition

has the obsession to shake the world

as it wants whenever it wants,

to dupe the world

the same way they’ve been duped.

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