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US Troop Contractors & SDF vs Assad & his Aramia Institute for Christ's language

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posted on Oct, 10 2019 @ 05:47 PM

SDF = Syrian 'Democratic' Forces

While Trump dapples in announcing withdrawal of troops one month then going back at least on standby the next, in Syria, what remains is several thousand independent military defense contractors working for DoD, supposedly against ISIS in Syria.

Yet US has been bombing Syria off and on since 2017 to present. Damascus and the area north of it to Malula, were decimated last year (2018) inconveniently wiping out the last civilization on Earth who speak Aramaic. Aramaens are now officially extinct. Coincidence? Meanwhile, journal articles - and perhaps history books already? - begin to suggest the 'Islamic State' wiped out the language of Jesus. Seemingly oblivious to Assad's creation of the Aramia institute (in Malula) for preserving Christ's language. Perhaps that is also a target and intended casualty along with Assad?

Anyways, if DoD contractors are supposedly fighting against ISIS, then why is ISIS increasing in numbers instead?! It's like a vicious cycle/game at this point. Who are they kidding?

posted on Oct, 10 2019 @ 07:06 PM
10. Chamicruo

This language goes by other, similar names. It is spoken in Peru, but there are currently only half a dozen people who speak the language fluently. As all of these people are very old, it seems unlikely that this language will be around for much longer.

9. Dumi

Spoken in small areas of Nepal, there were only 8 registered speakers of this language in 2007, many of which were old. Several years later, it is fair to assume that those numbers have fallen even further.

8. Ongota

There are 6 registered speakers of this dying language that is spoken in parts of Ethiopia.

7. Liki

Spoken on a select few islands off the coast of Indonesia, a few years ago there were just 5 speakers of this language.

6. Tanema

This language is spoken in the Soloman Islands and it used to be significantly more widespread than it is today, with only a handful of people thought to still be able to speak the language.

5. Njerep

Once spoken in Cameroon, there are now just a few speakers of this language and all of them live in Nigeria. It has been replaced by a language that is similar, but with a different dialect.

4. Chemehuevi

This language is actually spoken in the United States, albeit by a very limited number of indigenous people. It has been said that there are just three speakers in total, but the census was performed a few years ago. These live next to the “kaiv” in Colorado, which is their word for “mountain”.

3. Lemerig

Spoken on the small island of Vanuatu, there are only two people left who speak this specific dialect of a language that is widespread throughout the region.

2. Kaixana

This language is spoken in a very small area of South America, and whilst there were once 200 speakers of it, there is now only 1.


Also with just one surviving speaker, this language, spoken near the Tigre River, is on its last legs and may soon go the way of thousands of other endangered languages before it.

posted on Oct, 11 2019 @ 12:08 AM

Yet US has been bombing Syria off and on since 2017 to present.

Source that.
Else just tripe rhetoric.

posted on Oct, 12 2019 @ 04:02 PM

The United States attacked a Syrian airfield with nearly 60 cruise missiles
80 civilians died.

More than 15,000 civilians were killed by explosive weapons in 2017, a jump of 42% in a year The rise – driven by airstrikes, which killed almost double the number of civilians in 2017, coincided with US-led military operations to reclaim the Islamic State strongholds of Mosul, in Iraq, and Raqqa, in Syria.

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