The US and its allies are playing a dangerous game in Syria as they count on Islamic State to weaken President Bashar Assad, but at the same time don’t want the terror group to seize power in the country, Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov said. Trends Islamic State, Russian anti-terror op in Syria Despite announcing ambitious plans for its coalition against Islamic State (IS, formerly ISIS/ISIL), “the analysis of those [US-led] airstrikes during over a year lead to conclusion that they were hitting…..
The world is grieving, with millions on social media declaring their solidarity with France. Millions more are asking why so many are outraged now, when thousands of people are killed daily in conflicts the world over.
In the aftermath of the attack, several realities have become clear. Taking history into account, three things will undoubtedly occur in response to the terror attacks in Paris…
War is such a wonderfully profitable human endeavour!!
And to think that the same folks that bring us war, death and human carnage are soon going to use the same tactics that are getting us all ready for blood lust, in order to impose upon us all the tyranny of climate control dictates and United Nations induced destruction of our national sovereignties.
And just think, several years ago America sold the Saudi’s $600 million dollars worth of fragmentation bombs that they have used to kill thousands of innocent people in Somalia (that the Western press totally disregards). Bombs that most countries signed a treaty banning years ago, due to the efforts of the late Princess Diana. But hell, war is the lifeblood of the nation, right?
I will bet anyone an unlimited sum that President Assad has not come close to the record for beheadings and other gruesome techniques of death that has wonderfully been achieved by our close friend and allies, the Saudi Royal Family!!!
The Pentagon’s Defense Security Cooperation Agency, in charge of overseeing foreign arms sales, said in a statement that deal with the Saudis has been approved. The US Congress still has 30 days to block the deal, but is unlikely to do so.
The agency said that the sale would keep the Royal Saudi Air Force from running out of weapons, as well as provide sufficient weapons stocks for military action in Yemen and Syria.