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    What happens in Syria now?

    Are lot of dangerous news within last 48 hours.

    1.) US Military attack Russian military private company. ~ more than 200 bodies. Nobody know exact numbers.

    2.) Turkish army and Kurdish rebbels attack each other every day.

    3.) Israel and Syrian/Iranian military also try to attack each other.


    And all of these happens in the same place. From my point of view this is very strange middle east style war. All sides (US, Russia, Turkey, Iraq, Iran, Kurdish rebbels, Persian (Arabian) Gulf coalition and many unknown military groups) declare that they fight against ISIS. But in reality they spend more times and energy to fight against each other.


    From another side ISIS is also the decentralized brand (like BTC) using by many independent military groups and gangs, who also fight against each other.


    From my point of view the situation in Syria is became more and more dangerous in every month.

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    When we add the ever-looming North Korean threat to the equation, then it's not hard to see where the world is headed.
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    Hi Moonlight Cat,

    today we know, that it was Hillary Clinton and Obama, who made the Syria crisis worst. She was again on her ego-trip and has a proven history of desire for war and killing people, and Obama was a lame duck from the beginning and his red line bla bla bla no one took serious, and so more bombs with chemical weapons were dropped on civilians.

    All these countries, Afghanistan, Iraq, Libya and Syria were destroyed by U.S. maniacs. In all cases without any legal mandate, without any wrongdoing of that countries with respect to U.S. citizens before USA invaded all these countries, without good reasons and after they invaded, it was a total flop.

    Without the Russians ISIS would never defeated. The Russians have the best army on the planet right now, with weapons, NATO has not a shred of chance against it, only the nuclear option. The game is just over. Other NATO countries like Poland or Hungary of whatsoever only want to duck under the NATO shield because they feel so threatened by Russia, allegedly. Central Europe is a joke with respect to NATO. Here in my country we have at the moment not one battle helicopter than can fly. But a lot of place for new Kindergarten for the children of soldiers, that our brave cowards can run away in Afghanistan when a firecracker is burning.

    In Syria there are more than a dozen different radical groups now. All hates each other. They kill each other, behead each other, burn each other alive, every single day. There is nothing to repair. Assad is a evil dictator. So Gaddafi and Saddam. But all of them gave that countries some stability and now everything is out of control.

    Gaddafi wanted to install his own Gold backed currency and was chased for that by Hillary and Obama. Saddam never had weapons of mass destructions. No one from Afghanistan was in any plane of 9/11, and Assad simply want rather cooperate with Russia than with the USA and so the witch from the Oral Office and her lame President had the fantastic idea to mess with everyone, with the only thing they can: Dropping bombs!

    Israel, Russia and USA a nuclear forces. They know exactly, that everything is over, when one of them ignites even a small strategic warhead with the power of Hiroshima only.

    There is no hope for the people of Syria. No hope for them in Iraq. No hope in Afghanistan and no hope in Libya.

    It's over.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Moonlight Cat View Post
    What happens in Syria now?

    Are lot of dangerous news within last 48 hours.

    1.) US Military attack Russian military private company. ~ more than 200 bodies. Nobody know exact numbers.

    2.) Turkish army and Kurdish rebbels attack each other every day.

    3.) Israel and Syrian/Iranian military also try to attack each other.


    And all of these happens in the same place. From my point of view this is very strange middle east style war. All sides (US, Russia, Turkey, Iraq, Iran, Kurdish rebbels, Persian (Arabian) Gulf coalition and many unknown military groups) declare that they fight against ISIS. But in reality they spend more times and energy to fight against each other.


    From another side ISIS is also the decentralized brand (like BTC) using by many independent military groups and gangs, who also fight against each other.


    From my point of view the situation in Syria is became more and more dangerous in every month.
    Nothing new here.

    Basically countries trying to gain the upper hand against each other and using Syria as an excuse.
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    Did you guys know Damascus has been continuously inhabited longer than any other city on Earth? It is tragic what has happened to the Syrian people over the last few years.

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    To be honest the present Syrian conflict is pretty complicated, as far as I see it its mostly a "test war" in which different the involved countries are pretty much feeling each other out in the run up to the whole mess North Korea is likely to add to the situation. Though others have more informed opinions and I wouldn't mind to hear more on this topic.
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    Hey Mandy, yes, it's very sad indeed what is going on in Syria at the moment.

    I am referring to your post that is directly above this post.

    It doesn't look like it's going to stop at any time soon either. All we can do is hope and pray for better things to come into our fragile little planet that is already dying. I hate saying that, but it is true though. I still have hope that things are going to improve for everyone throughout the world, somehow.
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