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You'd think we'd leave a back door disable capability in there somewhere
originally posted by: Krazysh0t
a reply to: ~Lucidity
Just taking a page from the Rothschild play book. Finance both sides of a petty conflict. No matter who wins, you make tons of money.
Wait...now...whose side on are we on again?
originally posted by: MrSpad
The US is not providing air support in Yemen and does not provide air support to forces supported by Iran in the ISIS fight.
Egyptian commentators charged the Obama administration with playing a double game and hindering its war against terror.
"The U.S. administration is continuing to jeopardize its relations with Egypt by appeasing the Muslim Brotherhood. The Muslim Brotherhood is seeking to return to the political arena through the American door and terrorist attacks. The U.S. policy appears to be devious and unreliable," Egyptian columnist Ezzat Ibrahim wrote.
"The U.S. administration says it is combating these groups at home while it is supporting them abroad," wrote columnist Mohamed Salmawi. "This meeting has grave indications because it shows that Washington has not abandoned its policy of double standards toward Islamic terrorism."
originally posted by: ~Lucidity
Wait...now...whose side on are we on again? Yeah...exactly.