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Russia says the US is scared of an investigation. Bolivia says the US has lied before.

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posted on Apr, 7 2017 @ 11:51 PM
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originally posted by: ErrorErrorError

originally posted by: bigfatfurrytexan
I was mentioning to a friend today that if you do not support Assad, you support ISIS. Its just that simple. Enemy of my enemy.
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Actually it's not that simple. Assad is not only fighting Isis but killing everyone who disagrees with him in the process. There is not much difference,if any, between Assad and Isis.


Well who else is there?

Excluding the Kurds who have some strange on-again off-again alliance with the Syrians.




posted on Apr, 7 2017 @ 11:53 PM
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a reply to: rickymouse

Agreed.And I trust the UN even less.



posted on Apr, 8 2017 @ 12:12 AM
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originally posted by: Ohanka

originally posted by: ErrorErrorError

originally posted by: bigfatfurrytexan
I was mentioning to a friend today that if you do not support Assad, you support ISIS. Its just that simple. Enemy of my enemy.
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Actually it's not that simple. Assad is not only fighting Isis but killing everyone who disagrees with him in the process. There is not much difference,if any, between Assad and Isis.


Well who else is there?

Excluding the Kurds who have some strange on-again off-again alliance with the Syrians.


Who are the Syrians you refer to ?
There are dozens of fractions fighting against Assad. If Assad has support of majority of Syrians than why is there still war in Syria ? Why is Isis still alive and well even after every military superpower has dropped their arsenal on them ?
Syrian cinflict is not Assad vs Isis but rather a royal rumble between doezens of different religious and cultural fractions fighting each other. Its just a big bowl of crap.



posted on Apr, 8 2017 @ 12:17 AM
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a reply to: ErrorErrorError

yes and no
They are getting funding,arms,training from outsiders
The usual suspects
In any other country,a group (regardless of belief) armed and taking territory with the intent of overthrowing the government would be considered terrorists and treated as such.
edit on 8-4-2017 by all2human because: (no reason given)



posted on Apr, 8 2017 @ 12:40 AM
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originally posted by: all2human
a reply to: ErrorErrorError

yes and no
They are getting funding,arms,training from outsiders
The usual suspects
In any other country,a group (regardless of belief) armed and taking territory with the intent of overthrowing the government would be considered terrorists and treated as such.


So fighting against a dictator would technically make you a terrorist ? Is Assad a terrorist for involving Russia in the war ?



posted on Apr, 8 2017 @ 01:40 AM
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Assad will have to accept the new Kurdistan Union. Attacking the airbase removes an immediate threat to US ground forces now blocking SA access to Raqqa from the SW. RU is blocking Turkey from the north.

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posted on Apr, 8 2017 @ 08:00 AM
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a reply to: Discotech

It is probably worth noting, that Bolivia, like many nations in South America, was under quite a bit of pressure from the US throughout the 1900s. In many South American countries, the CIA were responsible for aiding rebellions, helping create effective narco-terrorist factions to suppress left leaning government power, to ensure that anyone taking up a less than capitalist ideal was seen to be ineffectual, partially to promote the idea that people power was no power at all, and also to limit the profitability of those nations, relative to the United States in terms of their ability to utilise their precious metal resources and other natural resources for financial gain. If some of these states had successfully, peacefully and effectively initiated a socially driven governance, it would have looked very bad for the US, given that these would be literally socialisms on its doorstep, a major no no at the time (again, largely because of US Russian relations at the time).

Quite a bit of what went on down there also played into the overall fight against communism, and there are few better tools to ensure that a communist or socialist governance fails, than to create a situation where juntas and narco-terrorists are better equipped, trained and paid, than any government force ever could be.

Bolivia probably has retained a certain degree of its skepticism of United States benevolence, when it comes to events on the world stage, having been so close to situations in which the US acted against the best possible outcomes for its people, and those of surrounding nations over the years. So while they may have an axe to grind, so to speak, with the US, it is a legitimate axe, rather than an invention they are being paid or induced to trot out in order to score points. The middle finger seems strong with them, and rightly so.



posted on Apr, 8 2017 @ 08:33 AM
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Wait a moment here, what in the hell Bolivia have to do with Russia, they last time I checked Bolivia is full of crap and having their own internal problems when it comes to economical crisis and criminal justice against those that oppose the government.

Why Russia is denying UN to enter Syria, I thought Syria is a sovereign country, why the country is not allowing UN and any other agencies to go into Syria and take care of the casualties of the chemical gas attack

That is because Russia and Syria have a lot to hide about what happen, no that they want to exposed the truth of the attack.

They are all full of crap. If they have nothing to hide they should welcome any investigation

Crap, nothing but full of crap.



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