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Re: Trump on Syria ? - Alex Jones speaks
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Anybody got any ideas what action Trump will take ?

My best guess is that it will be something like a Cruise Missile strike or another type of Stand Off Weapon on Syrian Air Defences.

(a) Does not risk any dead bodies of any American troops. While not many people instantly think of the tragic attempt to use special forces to rescue the hostages in Iran under President Peanut, the Pentagon and White House have longer memories. Use of Stand Off Weapons

(b) ISIS does not have an Air-force, so it can be spun that Trump is not giving Air Support to ISIS. This is more than a little distorted, as one of the reasons Assad is defeating ISIS is because he has an Air Force. Remember Libya ? Besides which the entire Allied doctrine from 1944 onwards is based on Air Superiority. Anyway, they could sell it to the public via the press.

(c) Putin is to responsible to over react, some thing Trump will have to rely upon. Because the possibility of dead Russian Soldiers around an S-300 battery is a distinct possibility.

Good call.
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Re: Trump on Syria ?
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Good call.

True, but he's still very annoying.
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Re: Trump on Syria ?
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"Six MiG-23 fighter jets, a radar post, logistics warehouse,
educational building, and dining room had been
destroyed in the strike."


US missile strikes:
Russia announces plan to bolster Syrian air defences
and derides Trump over 'extremely low' effectiveness of bombing

Moscow accuses Washington of planning attack on airbase
'long before' a suspected chemical attack that American
officials say triggered the action

Tom Batchelor - Friday 7 April 2017

EXCERPT:
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It also mocked the effectiveness of the attack, saying just 23 of the 59 tomahawk cruise missiles fired from US Navy destroyers had hit their target.

"The combat effectiveness of the US massive missile attack on the Syrian air base is extremely low," the statement continued.

“These actions of the American side are seen as a flagrant violation of the memorandum signed in 2015 on the prevention of incidents and safety during operations in Syrian airspace.”

Russia’s Black Sea Fleet’s frigate, the Admiral Grigorovich, is now heading for the Syrian port city of Tartus in the eastern Mediterranean, according to sources quoted by Russian news agency Tass.

The vessel was on a routine operation but would head for Tartus. It is armed with Kalibr cruise missiles.

“It is obvious that the impact of American cruise missiles on the Syrian
air base was prepared long before today's events,” the statement said.


http://www.independent.co.uk/news/world/middle-east/us-missile-strike-russia-syria-air-defences-bolster-donald-trump-putin-low-extremely-low-effective-a7671921.html
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Re: Trump on Syria ?
« Reply #44 on: Apr 07, 2017, 09:43:40 am »
 

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Trump is just copying what I did in Berlin on 27 February 1933.

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Re: Trump on Syria ?
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... Trump supporters can't make sense of this move.   ???

Nigel Farage and other right-wing populists turn
on Donald Trump after missile strikes

Helena Horton
7 APRIL 2017

Many former Donald Trump supporters have turned on the President after his decision to retaliate against the Assad regime for its chemical weapons attack.

Nigel Farage, Milo Yiannopoulos Katie Hopkins, right-wing vlogger Paul Joseph Watson, Ukip leader Paul Nuttall and Ukip donor Arron Banks are among the Trump supporters who have been disappointed by their hero.

Mr Farage said: "I am very surprised by this. I think a lot of Trump voters will be waking up this morning and scratching their heads and saying 'where will it all end?'

http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/2017/04/07/nigel-farage-right-wing-populists-turn-donald-trump-missile/
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Re: Trump on Syria ?
« Reply #46 on: Apr 07, 2017, 09:45:50 am »
 

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"Six MiG-23 fighter jets, a radar post, logistics warehouse,
educational building, and dining room had been
destroyed in the strike."


Is it a big strike, or a wet as a paper bag strike ?
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Re: Trump on Syria ?
« Reply #47 on: Apr 07, 2017, 09:51:54 am »
 

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... Trump supporters can't make sense of this move.   ???



I still do not want Hillary but

This is NWO 4 U

Two candidates but ONE choice.
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Re: Trump on Syria ?
« Reply #48 on: Apr 07, 2017, 09:58:02 am »
 

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This move by Trump was driven by the globalist neocon sh*tbags:
- Recent visit to Syria by McCain
- King Abdullah of Jordan stops by for coffee
- BOOM - False flag Sarin gas attack (what amazing timing!)
- President of China hangs with Trump at Mar-a-Lago
- BOOM - retaliation by US against Syria's only airbase; how they were killing our US-armed/trained ISIS Al-Qaeda troops

- Trump loses a lot of his base of supporters.
- Trump gains respect from globalist MSM.
- Hillary celebrates.

Did Russia know beforehand? They MUST have known - they have their own bases, defenses against incoming missiles...
but they didn't respond.

I think we've just witnessed a stage production.
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Re: Trump on Syria ? - Alex Jones speaks
« Reply #49 on: Apr 07, 2017, 09:59:30 am »
 

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Trump has been CHUMP and has embraced HYPOCRISY
Sorry Alex, nice try, some very good double speak.
I am very bitterly disappointed.
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Re: Trump on Syria ?
« Reply #50 on: Apr 07, 2017, 10:02:15 am »
 

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This move by Trump was driven by the globalist neocon sh*tbags:
- Recent visit to Syria by McCain
- King Abdullah of Jordan stops by for coffee
- BOOM - False flag Sarin gas attack (what amazing timing!)
- President of China hangs with Trump at Mar-a-Lago
- BOOM - retaliation by US against Syria's only airbase; how they were killing our US-armed/trained ISIS Al-Qaeda troops

- Trump loses a lot of his base of supporters.
- Trump gains respect from globalist MSM.
- Hillary celebrates.

Did Russia know beforehand? They MUST have known - they have their own bases, defenses against incoming missiles...
but they didn't respond.

I think we've just witnessed a stage production.

i once did deal with Stalin, I got most of Poland and a large chunk of Lithuania

i also learn not to poke bear with little stick
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Re: Trump on Syria ?
« Reply #51 on: Apr 07, 2017, 10:10:36 am »
 

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Trump Surrenders Element of Surprise by Warning Russia of Planned Strike on Its Ally Syria
https://theintercept.com/2017/04/07/trump-surrenders-element-surprise-warning-russia-planned-strike-ally-syria/

Robert Mackey
April 7 2017

No doubt fearing the grave risk of killing Russian military personnel on the ground in Syria, the United States military gave Russia advance notice before launching cruise missile strikes overnight on a Syrian air base that is used to store chemical weapons, according to a U.S. intelligence assessment.

A Pentagon spokesman, Capt. Jeff Davis, said in a statement that a pre-exiting “deconfliction” channel, set up to keep American and Russian jets from crossing paths in the skies over Syria, was used to disclose the planned attack to Russia. “U.S. military planners took precautions to minimize risk to Russian or Syrian personnel located at the airfield,” Davis said.

(After the strikes hit, the Russians announced that they were withdrawing from the agreement to share information about their movements over Syria.) (Continued)
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Re: Trump on Syria ?
« Reply #52 on: Apr 07, 2017, 10:13:55 am »
 

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This strike is wrong!  I am extremely sadden by it.   Trump has been NEOCONNED!
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Re: Trump on Syria ?
« Reply #53 on: Apr 07, 2017, 10:20:40 am »
 

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Iraq
Libya
Somalia
Sudan
Lebanon
Syria

Iran


What gets crossed off is debatable does Israel's last 'incursion' count ?
And of course Syria is current . . .

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Re: Trump on Syria ?
« Reply #54 on: Apr 07, 2017, 10:44:43 am »
 

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The Russians . . .

Putin has positioned a Warship off Coast - Admiral Grigorovich
Putin has also ripped up an agreement to avoid mid-air clashes between Russian and US fighter jets over Syria.

All predictable, as in the expected statesman like measured reaction.



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Re: Trump on Syria ?
« Reply #55 on: Apr 07, 2017, 10:47:31 am »
 

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The President of China is arriving in Washington to meet Trump

Live
Donald Trump faces first major foreign policy tests over Syria crisis and visit of Chinese President

http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/2017/04/06/donald-trump-faces-first-major-foreign-policy-tests-syria-crisis/
Xi Jinping arrives in Florida for key summit

Wonder if this is the story behind the story, going into the negotiation with china regarding the s. china sea and trump demonstrating to the chinese american power exersised by a strong man president ?

I think you will hear that talking point again today, live from austin texas.
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Re: Trump on Syria ?
« Reply #56 on: Apr 07, 2017, 11:10:50 am »
 

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Re: Trump on Syria ?
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Re: Trump on Syria ?
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... interesting poll going on at DRUDGE:



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Re: Trump on Syria ?
« Reply #59 on: Apr 07, 2017, 11:22:38 am »
 

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BAD!

When you have the establishment coming out and backing you, you know what you did is BAD!
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Re: Trump on Syria ?
« Reply #60 on: Apr 07, 2017, 11:29:02 am »
 

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Agreed Donna.

Quite honestly, I was worried for this type of thing.  I think it is mind control, and they got him.  At the very least.  It's possible the clone was finally ready.

I don't think we'll see anything but globalist agenda from now on.

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Re: Trump on Syria ?
« Reply #61 on: Apr 07, 2017, 11:33:23 am »
 

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It's time for America to do some serious praying to God.  We need to ask him that if it is HIS WILL, to lead, guide and direction President Trump to have the courage to do the right thing and not cave to the evil.
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Re: Trump on Syria ?
« Reply #62 on: Apr 07, 2017, 11:38:31 am »
 

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Also, the main stream garbage was looking ridiculous.  They were reduced to childlike cartoonish level in their "news."   Now, it's like the main stream media has validity again joining up with and liking what Trump did.

They always demonize the leader of the country they want to take down.  Remember Saddam Hussein of Iraq?  They present the leader as some kind of evil crazy gone wild, when in fact this is what they see in the mirror.

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Re: Trump on Syria ?
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My question is, after Iran, then what?  What does it all accomplish?  I'm sick to death of the globalist war games fun.

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Re: Trump on Syria ?
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My question is, after Iran, then what?  What does it all accomplish?  I'm sick to death of the globalist war games fun.

love, e

First they will over throw every vaguely stable or secular country to the Mujhadeen / Taliban / ISIS / rebranded CIA band of idiots
Apparently the last country will be Saudi Arabia.

Saudi Arabia is where the Wahhabi death cult comes from.

I assume that once the take over is complete, some anti christ like figure will destroy Saudi because of naughty ISIS.
Its sick
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Re: Trump on Syria ?
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It's time for America to do some serious praying to God.  We need to ask him that if it is HIS WILL, to lead, guide and direction President Trump to have the courage to do the right thing and not cave to the evil.

You're right Donna.  God's will is what counts and what we should be accomplishing.

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First they will over throw every vaguely stable or secular country to the Mujhadeen / Taliban / ISIS / rebranded CIA band of idiots
Apparently the last country will be Saudi Arabia.

Saudi Arabia is where the Wahhabi death cult comes from.

I assume that once the take over is complete, some anti christ like figure will destroy Saudi because of naughty ISIS.
Its sick

Totally dismal & evil.  Ridiculous war to destabilize and grab kids.  Humankind could be accomplishing so much more & better.

No, they don't want an *all* robotic society.  They'll keep a good number of breeders to keep the clone reproduction going.  How else can they indulge in their fun of torturing and raping infants and four-year-olds?  In the meantime, wars will do to make sure children are available for their sick evil beyond words.

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Did the Russian Air Defence Shoot Down some of the US Tomahawks ?

Hang on . . .  how come the Russian Air Defence did NOT intercept the cruise missiles - or did they ?
I recall that a heck of a lot of the missiles failed to reach the target - shot down perhaps ?

S-400, S-300 and probably S-500 Growler wikipedia

Range about 230 km for a ballistic missile.
A separate independent air defence system is deployed to protect them from any US/Israel Iron Eagle attempts to take out the battery.

Eh ?

23 Hit Targets
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Re: Trump on Syria ? KATIE HOPKINS:
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KATIE HOPKINS: I'd like to support bombing Assad but is Trump thinking with his head, his heart ... or another part of his anatomy?

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-4391756/KATIE-HOPKINS-d-like-support-bombing-Assad.html

I still cannot quite believe it.

Cannot quite believe I am watching a UN Security Council meeting where US Ambassador Nikki Haley blames Russia for the presence of chemical weapons in Syria.

Where Russia accuses the US of encouraging terrorists and routes its cruise missile-armed warship The Admiral Grigorovich to the Med.

On Thursday night, the mainstream consensus that 'something must be done' in Syria became a reality.

The US launched fifty-nine Tomahawk cruise missiles, fired from two US Navy ships in the Mediterranean.

President Donald Trump said they hit the Shayrat base that launched Tuesday's gas attack in Syria.

Now their ambassador says this was 'a measured step' and 'the US is prepared to do more'.

More? More what? More bombing? More attacks on a sovereign nation? To incurring more of Putin's wrath? More brinkmanship? To what end?

To show that you have a red line?

I am struggling to understand how a President who repeatedly campaigned to stay out of Syria is now right in the heart of it, launching missiles into the country - with Russia watching on.

He has overwhelming support. From the UK, Canada, Australia, Israel and the EU. And from the Democrats – excluding Clinton of course. (She has made the point that Trump cannot in one breath speak of protecting Syrian babies while closing American doors to them.)

But Assad has friends in powerful places too. Russia. Iran. Iraq. Lebanon.

Putin has called it a deliberate act of aggression on a sovereign nation. In case we needed reminding, Putin has red lines too. He has terminated the joint air safety agreement to prevent incidents in the skies over Syria.

Imagine the fall out from a Russian US mid-air collision.

We used to have the Wild West. Trump, Putin, Assad and ISIS just rechristened Syria the Crazy Country.

There are so many arms being discharged there, it is getting to the point no one knows who is firing or why. There are only best guesses. Arguably it is still a best guess that Assad deliberately launched a chemical attack on Syria.

Some question his involvement. Assad is winning the war against the rebels and Islamic State. Trump had previously said he was not in favour of a regime change. So Assad has absolutely NO reason launch a chemical attack to justify the Western intervention it has attracted.

The former British Ambassador to Syria Peter Ford who says he believes it is 'highly unlikely' that Russia or the Assad regime was behind the attack in Idlib.

There is much confusion. But at least the Russia's approach to Assad is clear. A foreign ministry spokesman said: 'He is the legal president of an independent state. What is the US approach?'

And now we know. It is to bomb the airfield of a country that is alleged to have bombed its people.

And – after the depressing inaction in the UK after the Westminster terror attack – at least Trump has actually done something. Moved from empty words, condemning an attack which clearly sickens us all into demonstrable force. Missiles fired.

Trump understands stating the obvious is not leadership. It does not present a solution. It is the same act of nothingness as saying 'we stand united'. Or are 'not cowed'.

We have all seen by now the pictures of tiny babies in shrouds. The twins sleeping too peacefully — dead, in fact — yet still somehow animated by their father's living embrace. We can't imagine how one parent could bear all that. I couldn't.

I wonder why I haven't seen any pictures of grieving mothers in the aftermath of the attack. Where are the women survivors, connected so viscerally to their babies?

But experience tells us reacting with our heart solves nothing. The world reacted with its heart to the death of little Aylun Kurdi, drowned on a beach in Greece, and it is still reeling from the political decisions made in the wake of that one picture.

Trump has acted definitively. Acts like this will not be tolerated.

But did he act with his heart? Or with his head?

My most forgiving explanation for Trump's trigger happy Thursday is that he genuinely, morally believed he had to act. Compelled by a big heart and a love of children. He is adored by his own kids for good reason, he is a great dad.

I worry about what comes next.

There is no doubt Assad is thuggish and brutal. But no matter how repulsive the Assad regime may be, I would argue the alternative — an authoritarian Islamic regime — would be far worse.

Assad is unique in the Arab world. Unlike most leaders of Muslim-majority countries, Assad is not a religious Muslim

Under Assad Syria was a secular nation in which different religions lived side by side. Even Obama recognised that Assad protected Syrian Christians, enabling them to live in peace. Women could drive and had a vote.

Compare this to Mosul, Iraq's second largest city, where ISIS has set about subjugating and terrorising its one million inhabitants in a manner not seen since the Nazi occupation of Europe.

Opponents have been subjected to torture and mass executions, and minority sects, such as Christians, persecuted. Civilians trying to flee are slaughtered. And suicide bombers are just another weapon in their arsenal.

Given this, is deposing the legal president of an independent state, without a viable replacement on hand, really so very wise?

Have we not learned our lessons from the disastrous triumph of the Arab Spring?

Surely we need Trump to think with his head. Strategically. Look away from the images of war, and consider what is best for the stability of the region.

More than six years into the Syrian conflict, Assad appeared to be militarily unassailable in the areas of western Syria where he has shored up his rule with decisive help from the Russian military and Iranian-backed militias from across the region.

He had a clear goal: total defeat of the insurgency. He rejects the federalism sought by Kurdish groups in northern Syria.

'We have a great hope which is becoming greater, we do not have any other option except victory,' he said.

'If we do not win this war, it means that Syria will be deleted from the map. We have no choice in facing this war, and that's why we are confident, we are persistent and we are determined.'

Why would we stand in his way?

This is a brutal war which needs to be over. Assad is the legal president of an independent nation with a clear aim and confidence to deliver it. You may think him a monster, but history teaches us you remove one monster and another horror will come in its place.

It amazes me our world leaders want to betray the only man and the only country who has stood fast against the tide of mediaeval religious fanaticism. Assad wants to rid his country of Islamic extremism.

As news of another terrorist attack with a truck, driven into Swedish nationals near the Parliament building in Stockholm, sent forward and backwards over the bodies by the evil man behind the wheel, I wonder if the world is focussed on the wrong monster.

Assad is a secular leader fighting against ISIS.

Under threat from the death cult of ISIS, capable of radicalising European nationals on home soil, I wonder why the hell we would bomb his airbases or stand in his way.
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US afraid of real investigation into Syria chemical incident – Russian deputy UN envoy
https://www.rt.com/news/383953-us-afraid-of-real-investigation-syria/

The US missile strike in Syria “only facilitated the strengthening of terrorism,” Russia’s representative at the UN Security Council has said, adding that it shows Washington is “afraid” of a “real investigation” into an alleged chemical attack in Syria.

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Re: Trump on Syria ? Russian PM - says Trump has been "got at"
« Reply #76 on: Apr 07, 2017, 05:07:10 pm »
 

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America’s Syria strike ‘on verge of military clash’ with Russia – PM Medvedev
The US attack on an airfield in Syria has been conducted “on the verge of a military clash” with Russia, Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev said, adding that President Trump has been “broken by the US power machine” in just two-and-a-half months.
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Re: Trump on Syria ?
« Reply #77 on: Apr 07, 2017, 06:24:32 pm »
 

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... the crux of the problem is whether or not the
gas attack was 'real' or false flag, and we will go
back & forth, ad infinitum over that, as usual
with this stuff, and we will never definitively know
for sure. I am not going to let this interfere with
my general support of Trump ... this is the first
thing REALLY putting stress on my advocacy,
but will probably prove to be a minor blip in
the big scheme of things.

... AND ... we don't know what he really based
his decision on. For all we know, the US may have
a mole in the Assad war room, who called up Mad Dog
and said, "Dude ... a plane just lifted off to drop a
test sarin bomb on ISIS! Assad says, 'let's just see
if Trump will let this slide ... if so, by Allah, we will wipe
these filthy MF'ers off the face of the Earth in 24 hours!'"
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Re: Trump on Syria ?
« Reply #78 on: Apr 07, 2017, 06:32:16 pm »
 

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I've never heard so much blathering nonsense as Alex Jones and Steve Pieczenik spinning around trying to explain away Trump's massive blunder and capitulation to the zionists, neocons and the mic. military industrial complex.

Apparently Trump is engaged in some ingenious and diabolical '4D chess'. 4D chess? Anyone who talks about '4D chess' almost certainly has no idea how to play regular chess. I have seen no evidence that Trump would be able to play a decent game of dominoes much less regular chess, infinitely more or less this mythical '4D chess'. Do they even know what they're trying to say when they talk about '4D chess'? I think not.

I ask Jones and Pieczenik and the others this: if Hillary was el presidente, and ordered this strike, would you be breathlessly spinning some load of ridiculous old shite about Machiavelli and '4D chess', or would you be calling it what it is - the zionists and neocons asserting full control over their puppet in the White House..? Answers on a postcard.
 

Re: Trump on Syria ?
« Reply #79 on: Apr 07, 2017, 09:23:55 pm »
 

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The Truth About Trump's Air Strike on Syria
Paul Joseph Watson

Published on Apr 7, 2017
Half of you will hate me whatever I say.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EXuV64hp4dk




In this photo released by the White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer on Twitter, President Trump receives a briefing on
the Syria military strike in a secured conference room at his Mar-a-Lago resort.
(Photo: White House Photo)

https://www.usatoday.com/story/news/politics/onpolitics/2017/04/07/white-house-releases-photo-mar-a-lago-situation-room/100167552/
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