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US, France, Britain launch strikes on Syria

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Washington (United States) (AFP) – The United States, Britain and France launched punitive military strikes against Bashar al-Assad’s Syrian regime in response to its latest alleged chemical weapons atrocity, President Donald Trump announced Friday.

Shortly after Trump began a White House address to announce the action, large explosions were heard in the Syrian capital Damascus, signalling a new chapter in a brutal seven-year-old civil war.

“A short time ago, I ordered the United States armed forces to launch precision strikes on targets associated with the chemical weapons capabilities of Syrian dictator Bashar al-Assad,” Trump said in a primetime televised speech to the nation.

“A combined operation with the armed forces of France and the United Kingdom is now under way. We thank them both. This massacre was a significant escalation in a pattern of chemical weapons use by that very terrible regime.”

A US official said the strikes had targeted chemical production facilities. Another official said multiple types of bombs were used, and a variety of targets chosen.

Trump also warned Russia and Iran not to stand by their ally in Damascus.

“Russia must decide if it will continue down this dark path or if it will join with civilized nations as a force for stability and peace,” he argued.

The strikes had been expected since harrowing footage surfaced of the aftermath of the alleged toxic gas attack in the Damascus suburb of Douma, which took place a week ago, and Trump reacted in an emotional tweet.

“Many dead, including women and children, in mindless CHEMICAL attack in Syria,” he declared.

“President Putin, Russia and Iran are responsible for backing Animal Assad. Big price to pay.”

Trump’s anger and apparent determination was quickly matched by France’s President Emmanuel Macron, who signed his country up for a joint response.

Britain’s Prime Minister Theresa May was more cautious, but by the time the first precision cruise missile was launched, Trump had a mini-coalition.

May said there was “no practicable alternative” to the use of force against Assad.

Trump’s language was more brutal: “They are crimes of a monster.”

– ‘Proof’ –

In the six days between the attack and the US-led response, Washington and Moscow clashed repeatedly in duelling press statements and US debates.

Moscow denied its ally Assad had any role in the outrage, pushing a variety of alternative theories that peaked with a claim that Britain had staged the event.

More practically, at the United Nations, Russia’s diplomats vetoed a US motion to re-establish an international investigation into chemical weapons use in Syria that could have established blame.

Washington, Paris and London have nevertheless insisted that their own secret intelligence points to Assad’s guilt, and on Friday, a US spokeswoman said they had “proof.”

The western leaders apparently found this convincing enough reason to launch a punitive strike, but other observers are concerned that the crisis could escalate.

The Russian military had vowed to respond to any attack, and Russian President Vladimir Putin’s administration had repeatedly warned that Trump was taking America down a dangerous path.

That concern was mirrored by United Nations Secretary-General Antonio Guterres, who on Friday warned the rival camps against “full-blown military escalation.”

“Let us not forget that, ultimately, our efforts must be about ending the terrible suffering of the Syrian people,” he urged the United States, Russia, China, France and Britain.

And he stressed the need “the need to avoid the situation spiraling out of control.”

– Decision to act –

But Trump has long criticized his predecessor Barack Obama for failing to enforce a previous US “red line” in 2013 after earlier chemical attacks blamed on Assad’s forces.

And he set his own precedent just over a year ago when he ordered a cruise missile strike on a Syrian air base after sarin was fired at civilians in the town of Khan Sheikhun.

Backed by his hawkish new national security adviser John Bolton, who took office on Monday, Trump has been meeting with advisors and generals all week to plan.

Defense Secretary Jim Mattis has reportedly been arguing for a cautious response that would minimize the risk of the US being dragged deeper into Syria’s civil war.

But other advisors want to use the opportunity to convince Trump, who wants to pull US forces out of Syria once the Islamic State jihadist group is defeated, to take a tough stance.

These hardliners, along with influential US allies Israel and Saudi Arabia, want Washington to counter Iran’s growing power in Syria — even if it means risking a perilous stand-off with Russia.

Yahoo



250 Comments on "US, France, Britain launch strikes on Syria"

  1. makati1 on Sat, 14th Apr 2018 7:48 pm 

    Davy, ALL in your fave site, ZERO HEDGE. LOL

  2. makati1 on Sat, 14th Apr 2018 8:02 pm 

    MM: “…“In the event of a threat to our military servicemen’s lives…” Since there was no threat to their (Russian servicemen) lives, there was no Russian retaliation. Russia moved their assets away from the target site prior to the attack according to other sources. Not to say that Russia is not going to do something in the future, that may be financial or cyber, they did not specify. We shall see.

    BTW: Newsweek is a Us propaganda source. Try for some site OUTSIDE the Us MSM Iron Curtain next time.

  3. makati1 on Sat, 14th Apr 2018 8:21 pm 

    BTW: MM, you put down my 3AM attack on the Us as unrealistic. Do you know what time the Us struck Syria? About 4AM!

    https://www.globalresearch.ca/trump-is-playing-a-dirty-game-report-from-damascus-at-4am-at-the-height-of-the-bombings/5636201

    Do you think an enemy waits until you are awake, had breakfast and are ready for a new day? Most attacks during wartime are BEFORE the sun comes up on the battlefield. LOL

  4. MASTERMIND on Sat, 14th Apr 2018 8:30 pm 

    Madkat

    Do you think Russia wants to go to war with the US, Uk, Israel, and France? I think not..They are a paper tiger…With an old 1980’s military equipment! They backed down bad last night! Putin got his bitch cord pulled!

    USA USA!!!

  5. MASTERMIND on Sat, 14th Apr 2018 8:37 pm 

    madkat

    Where were those 3am flashes you were scaremongering about? I slept great through the night! Its spring time here baseball season is up and running! Might go to a cubs game later this week! Too bad your shit hole country doens’t have baseball parks! LOL

  6. makati1 on Sat, 14th Apr 2018 8:50 pm 

    MM, I think Russia is too smart to be suckered into a war with anyone, especially the Us losers. You need to get an education on Russia past and present and then think about your uneducated remark. You also need to realize that the Us has not won even a serious battle, and certainly not a war, since WW2, 73 years ago. Not one. Doesn’t say much for the “Us Military” does it?
    Talk about paper tigers. The Us is not even a paper toger cub. 17 years in Afghanistan and they are losing to goat herders.

    Russia doesn’t want war. No country outside the Us and Israel want war. The Us is desperate to start a war to distract from the financial collapse happening at home. If the Us doesn’t get a war going soon, the American serfs are going to finally wake up and erect guillotines on the National Mall. Then it is game over for America.

    Stop sounding like a third grade idiot and start sounding like the educated 20 something you say you are. Or are you so brainwashed that you cannot even question your masters ptropaganda? I think the latter. Prove me wrong.

  7. onlooker on Sat, 14th Apr 2018 8:51 pm 

    It is a dangerous game the superpowers are playing. Calling each other out and challenging each other. Alot different than a little fat man in Korea threatening. By the way, should WWIII erupt it is game over for EVERYONE.

  8. MASTERMIND on Sat, 14th Apr 2018 8:52 pm 

    Madkat

    I know everyone besides you is brainwashed. You are so arrogant its laughable. You just dont want to admit that Russia is a paper tiger. all bark and no bite..Putin is the worlds richest man and is one of the most corrupted leaders in the world. You are putting all of your eggs in one rickety basket. Not wise.

  9. makati1 on Sat, 14th Apr 2018 8:55 pm 

    MM, be patient. The race is on between those flashes and 3rd world America becoming a reality. You may get to experience both.

    BYW: This is not ‘my country’. I am a Us citizen. This is my ‘adopted’ country. meaning I choose to be here over the Us.

    As for sports, they are a waste of time ans money. Commercial for profit organizations. Baseball is for sandlot players by school kids, Boring! I don’t even know the teams or their players. More stupid distractions for American serfs while their government bleeds them dry.

  10. makati1 on Sat, 14th Apr 2018 8:58 pm 

    MM, billions of us are free of the brainwashing you enjoy. Billions. You have ZERO knowledge of the real world outside the Us MSM Iron Curtain. ZERO. Travel and get a real education.

    All you do is parrot your masters. Think for yourself, if you can. I doubt it.

  11. MASTERMIND on Sat, 14th Apr 2018 9:14 pm 

    Madkat

    Enough with your scaremongering. I have enough real issues to be frighted about without your nonsensical babble. When the US economy collapses that will collapse the world economy as well. Like Dominoes falling. Sorry the facts are with me not you. You have no facts just hope and wishful thinking. Typical since you grew up working in a church!

    https://imgur.com/a/pYxKa

  12. MASTERMIND on Sat, 14th Apr 2018 10:07 pm 

    Madkat

    Too bad Russia oil is going to peak soon. And last time that happened their economy collapsed…Per IEA

    https://imgur.com/a/pYxKa

    You better find another horse to plug. This one died at the gate! LOL

  13. makati1 on Sat, 14th Apr 2018 10:10 pm 

    Worth your time to read, Americans…

    “Being a country the size of Canada, Russia doesn’t escape this, but in the irrefutable monkey-hammering Russia gives, like say destroying 30 German divisions and 5 Million men with little more than hunting rifles and force of will – most of all the fighting in WWII – or killing 500,000 of Napoleon’s 650,000 and sending him back barefoot, well, even the western propaganda and passion for self-delusion can’t hide that…but it doesn’t help Russia any to get shot when finally facing down their violent, meth-addled neighbors. Russia knows this, and they will in fact bomb the West with iron resolve if we don’t cut it out, yet we show no signs of coming to our senses. We never have before. Russia is what stops them, going way back….

    Maybe we — or rather the Deep State — won’t stop until Russia drops a Satan-II missile, a single one of which would destroy New England. Or a nuclear sub drone hits NY. Or their pop-up stealth pods level Charleston. Or they sink every U.S. surface ship on the planet in 5 minutes using the Sunburn missile. Easy as pushing a button. U.S. military power is leveled, the people set back 75 years, 120 Million dead. Is that what you want America? On behalf of whom? Dick Cheney, HSBC, the City of London?”

    https://www.theautomaticearth.com/2018/04/ours-but-to-die-and-die/

    Wake up America!

  14. makati1 on Sat, 14th Apr 2018 10:12 pm 

    MM, still quoting Us propaganda? Delusional just like most American serfs. LOL

  15. MASTERMIND on Sat, 14th Apr 2018 10:16 pm 

    Madkat

    The source I quoted was Russian you idiot. Good job on assuming and getting it all wrong. I have noticed a habit of you doing that. You assume things based on zero evidence. You see what you want to see. i mean you have never said a bad word about Russia ever. You are totally in love with them. And then you call me brainwashed. At least I can criticize the US. You are just a dumb tool of Putin. Putins Asian puppet!

  16. Cloggie on Sat, 14th Apr 2018 10:43 pm 

    http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-5616657/Theresa-faces-public-backlash-bombing-Syria-without-backing-Parliament.html

    “Theresa May faces public backlash for bombing Syria without backing of Parliament”

  17. MASTERMIND on Sat, 14th Apr 2018 10:51 pm 

    Looks like Clogg woke up from his psychotic sleeping schedule. You should smoke a joint and go beat off for a while clogg and leave this nonsense behind. There is not going to be any white populist uprising that will drag the OECD out of its economic depression. There is only collapse. the world is going to be running out of oil soon. And Europe is the second largest oil importer so that means you are totally fucked. If I was you I would enjoy my last few years of peace and harmony before things go sideways forever…
    https://imgur.com/a/pYxKa

  18. Cloggie on Sat, 14th Apr 2018 11:02 pm 

    “i mean you have never said a bad word about Russia ever. You are totally in love with them.”

    Now why would that be? Because Russia stands up against the empire that wants to subjugate the entire world.That’s why I love Putin-Russia and Mak probably as well.

    http://www.spiegel.de/panorama/leute/charlize-theron-ueber-rassismus-vielleicht-muss-ich-amerika-verlassen-a-1202868.html

    Typical whining globalist media piece about a South-African modelling actress turned American Charlize Theron and her two adopted black kids. According to Theron is between NYC and Los Angeles racism a “giant problem”, so much so that the SJW claims to have to contemplate to leave the country. Especially under Donald Trump the “racism problem” has been agravated”.

    There is a lot of land between NYC and LA. She could of course stay in her libtard biotopes and she probably will, but having a modelling and acting career comes with the obligation imposed by her media bosses to act like a SJW. You can safely assume that she realized that the late adoption (2012, 2015) would advance her acting career.

    More signs of a country shortly before the breakup.

  19. makati1 on Sat, 14th Apr 2018 11:12 pm 

    MM: That is a Newsweek source…NOT Russian.

    http://www.newsweek.com/russia-threatens-attack-us-forces-if-trump-strikes-syria-again-843128?utm_campaign=NewsweekTwitter&utm_source=Twitter&utm_medium=Social

    “Newsweek is IBT’s first acquisition…”

    http://www.fortune.com/2013/08/07/the-mysterious-company-that-just-bought-newsweek/

    “Newsweek Media Group is an American global digital news organization with over 90 million monthly readers. It publishes the International Business Times and Newsweek, among others. Newsweek Media Group is headquartered in New York City,”

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Newsweek_Media_Group

    Russian source? LMAO

  20. makati1 on Sat, 14th Apr 2018 11:15 pm 

    BTW: Cloggie is correct. I hope Putin has a secure position in the Russian government for a long time. I also support XI for the same reason Cloggie gives. They are both blocking the Us and working to take it down. The Empire has finally hit the proverbial “Immovable Object(s)”.

  21. Cloggie on Sat, 14th Apr 2018 11:18 pm 

    “And Europe is the second largest oil importer so that means you are totally fucked.”

    Not if we brake away from the empire and play the Russian card.

    Holland:

    Average electricity consumption: 13 GW
    Installed capacity: 29 GW
    North Sea capacity factor: 50%
    That is 26 GW/8 MW = 3300 monopiles

    The Dutch company Sif was the largest monopile producer in 2016 in the world with 182 foundations. Production capacity is rapidly growing. When it will have reached 300 it would only take 10 years to complete the transition at 2018 electricity production level:

    https://deepresource.wordpress.com/2017/08/20/sif-the-wind-tower-company/

    Wind towers can be installed offshore at a rate of one per day:

    https://deepresource.wordpress.com/2017/09/22/crane-aeolus-jack-up-vessel-being-upgraded/

    In Europe we have many of these kind of ships:

    https://deepresource.wordpress.com/2017/05/09/the-giants-of-a-new-energy-age/

    Storage: hydrogen/NH3

    https://deepresource.wordpress.com/2017/12/28/700-mw-renewable-hydrogen-plant-to-be-built-in-france/

    Existing fossil fuel power stations can be retrofitted to operate on renewable produced H2/NH3, like is done here:

    https://deepresource.wordpress.com/2017/08/09/first-climate-neutral-power-station-in-the-netherlands/

  22. Cloggie on Sun, 15th Apr 2018 12:30 am 

    “Make America Cannon Fodder Again”

    http://www.kevinalfredstrom.com/2018/04/make-america-cannon-fodder-again/

    I felt the same outrage during the first hours after the attack as this American right-winger expresses. Yes, the attack was a concession towards the US deep state, but now, more than 24h later, the attack was so inconsequential, so meaningless, so impotent with 0 people killed, most US missiles probably intercepted by old Soviet junk operated by Syrians, that basically nothing happened, because DJT didn’t want a real confrontation with Russia and neither did his buddy Macron.

    Next.

  23. Cloggie on Sun, 15th Apr 2018 1:09 am 

    https://mobile.twitter.com/i/web/status/985365958272303104

    LOL

  24. Theedrich on Sun, 15th Apr 2018 3:35 am 

    The Imperial attack on Syria was nauseating.  Its fecal excuse was its usual trick — the target regime is “guilty” of alleged gassings that might have killed someone.  Never mind the Empire’s devastation of Libya (per Hillary Clit, “We came, we saw, he died — hee, hee!”), to say nothing of Serbia or Yemen, let alone the nuking of Japan.  The pix by the U.S.-paid propaganda artists called “White Helmets” are utterly unconvincing.  Cellphone videos do not explain themselves;  it is only the drivel put out by Yidland and Yankeedom that convinces the TV-watching boobs of what the warlovers want them to believe.

    Only Tulsi Gabbard (D-HI) and Rand Paul (R-KY) tried to halt the mad rush to “punish” Syria with explosive techno-toys for actions no one is sure about, and where apparently no corpses can be found.  The rest of the Congress stood around with carefully studied looks of noncommittal “gee whiz” on their faces.

    With the “mission accomplished,” the Imperial authorities are now convinced that they can easily subjugate the rest of the world.

    But with the rapid advance of weapons development in Russia, China, North Korea, India and Pakistan, plus the relentless attempts of jihadists everywhere to fulfill the commands of their god of death, no one can tell what the future holds for the self-lauding sickhouse.  The rapid metastasis of the narcotics plague and collapsing national educational levels may point the way.

    Somewhere (probably in Der Wille zur Macht) Nietsche said something to the effect that if you see something tottering, push it.  History may soon do that for us.

  25. makati1 on Sun, 15th Apr 2018 5:50 am 

    But … but… those 103 or 110 (depends on the info source) old missiles need to be replaced with ‘new’ obsolete junk to the tune of at least $100,000,000.00 dollars! Ka-ching! It’s ALL about money! And, we we will never be told how many were shot down before they reached their target. I suspect that most were.

  26. Davy on Sun, 15th Apr 2018 6:16 am 

    “I love Putin-Russia and Mak probably as well.”

    get a room neder we don’t need your online romancing here. Are you that lonely?

  27. Davy on Sun, 15th Apr 2018 6:24 am 

    billy 3rd world those missiles determined the functionality of the Syrian defenses for a future conflict. I think that is a small price to pay and money well spent from a military point of view. Not that I approve of the strikes. My point is the face value of these strikes of damaging unimportant targets that were well known were a cover for deeper motives. A militarily uneducated amateur like you and money hungry to boot would not understand the deeper significance of this strike. $100MIL is a drop in the bucket for real time force capability assessment.

    Who is ka-chinging again?

  28. Davy on Sun, 15th Apr 2018 6:28 am 

    “the attack was so inconsequential, so meaningless, so impotent with 0 people killed, most US missiles probably intercepted by old Soviet junk operated by Syrians, that basically nothing happened, because DJT didn’t want a real confrontation with Russia and neither did his buddy Macron.”

    Another military amateur speaks his uneducated mind trying to grope his agenda that is crumbling. He can’t stand the fact the events turned out as they did. The Syrians and Russians where surprised and spoofed. He can’t stand that and he is commenting over and over how it can’t be along with his lover billy 3rd world.

  29. Davy on Sun, 15th Apr 2018 6:52 am 

    “https://mobile.twitter.com/i/web/status/985365958272303104 LOL”

    Come on neder, that twitter twit was a young kid that did not know his ass from a hole in the ground. None of us know what really happened and probably never will with any degree of accuracy. The militaries on both sides do and they are not telling anyone the full story. You are so gullible and it shows how uneducated you are on military matters.

  30. makati1 on Sun, 15th Apr 2018 7:46 am 

    Delusional Davy, $100,000,000. to kill four people, maybe. Really effective! At that rate it would only cost $100+ Trillion dollars worth of antique Us missiles to kill the 16+ million Syrians. Denial that the Us is a loser does not change the fact.

    BTW: Exactly how much military experience do YOU have? I have 11+ years, 2 enlisted and 9 officer. You are full of bullshit as always.

    I doubt that any of YOUR family ever served. My dad parachuted into D-Day. My uncles all served in WW2. My grandfather served in WW1. My Great grandfather served in the Civil War. Not draft dodgers like your family.

  31. Davy on Sun, 15th Apr 2018 8:05 am 

    Dimwit, killing people was not the objective but you are too focused on your lame agenda to understand this.

    Billy 3rd world your military service years ago means nothing. You were just a stupid enlisted guy that served in a lame military period in the 20th century. We are in the 21st century now and you are a stupid armchair military expert. This is typical of so many here and if I make a comment it is in regards to how stupid your comments re not how smart I am. I can see stupid when I see it and you are stupid.

    My family did serve in WWII and the civil war. Besides you are no longer an American so quit talking about your past. If you want to take credit for the past then take credit for your generation that destroyed the country in greed. Yea, you dumb fuck. You could have made a difference but instead you ran off to the 3rd world like a coward.

  32. joe on Sun, 15th Apr 2018 8:12 am 

    Davy could be right. A battlefield test of the s400 is required, just like they went up against migs in North Korea in the 1950s knowing their own stuff wasn’t as good, they learned enough to develop the jets that would take them through. What we don’t know now and won’t know for years publicly is whether or not the s400 was used to shoot down incoming missiles. My guess is yes, probobly. Also America would have used their best missiles to see if they were of any use anymore. The US is developing its own line of hypersonic missiles which are very cheap to build and operate (not very useful to much profit from) compared to tanks and boats and helos with fancy pants radars etc.
    My guess is that tomohawks and stealth fighters are junk and the future of war is hypersonic and robotic and using mercs in private companies. Think drones over head 24/7, ready to call in a two minute strike from some patch a thousand miles away.
    Basically a perfect recipe for disaster. Once a.i. and quantum computing become used more widely we will be in a different world.

  33. Davy on Sun, 15th Apr 2018 8:33 am 

    “My guess is that tomohawks and stealth fighters are junk”

    They are all tools in the tool chest of options. If they are junk why are all the militaries developing and using them? Hypersonic is not battle tested yet. I would say I agree to some degree but the nature of modern warfare is changing so fast it is hard for anyone, experts included, to know what is the optimum weapons platform or combination thereof.

  34. makati1 on Sun, 15th Apr 2018 8:40 am 

    Joe, “My guess is that tomahawks and stealth fighters are junk and the future of war is hyper-sonic…”

    I agree, but the Us is way behind the Russians and Chinese in both areas. Not all the faux dollars is going to catch them up with existing tech in those two countries. The Us will be a 3rd world country long before they can come close as the Russians and Chinese are already designing the next generation of weapons.

    All the Us can do is build billion dollar planes that cannot do the job they were designed for and navy ships that cannot even reach their assigned ports without a tow. LOL

  35. makati1 on Sun, 15th Apr 2018 8:45 am 

    Davy, of course the Us/Israel objective was to kill people. That is all the dying Us can do these days. Mostly innocents, not even military. Losers in every area. The laughing stock of the rest of the world.

    Funny, my passport says that I am an American. The Us IRS still demands that I file a tax return every April 15th. Social Security requires me to declare my status every two years. I guess that means I am an American. I am an intelligent, awake, non-brainwashed American. We are rare these days. LMAO

  36. makati1 on Sun, 15th Apr 2018 8:52 am 

    BTW: YOUR 1%er family group is the Us destroyers, not my ‘generation’. Prove me wrong. Started with Carnegie, Rockefeller, etc. and their secret meetings to control the economy, government and the banking system. They wanted the Federal Reserve to manage the money in their favor. They were/are the power behind the government, not the elected poodles we call Congress, or their spokesman, the Prez.

    Come out of that brainwashed, delusional world you inhabit and see the real world. I dare you.

  37. Cloggie on Sun, 15th Apr 2018 9:07 am 

    “He can’t stand the fact the events turned out as they did. The Syrians and Russians where surprised and spoofed. He can’t stand that”

    What do you mean? I was angry during the first hours, because apparently Trump risked WW3 over a rebel-organized false flag, but now I know the attack was a paper tiger and never intended to be anything else. It was a face-saving retreat to appease neocons. The bottom line is: the US admitted defeat in Syria.

    Another joyfull conclusion is that this is the age of the missile. Not even missiles are safe anymore in this world.lol The US army, navy and airforce is basically one giant junkyard of unusable hardware in the face of a real enemy. In case of war the South China Sea, Black Sea, Gulf and later Meditarrenean have become no-go areas for the US, unless they have a solid death wish. This of course applies to other armies as well, but it is just that only the US has the ambition to “project power world-wide”..

    No more.

    F35’s, carriers, cruisers, Zumwald’s… all useless drains of US fiscal resources and as such effectively frozen assets of the enemy.

    Currently travelling through the Black Forest to the North. Will celebrate the outcome of the attack with a nice diner.

  38. MASTERMIND on Sun, 15th Apr 2018 9:27 am 

    A few years till Anarchy!

    https://imgur.com/a/pYxKa

    Keep bitching ya’ll about shit that doesn’t matter because you are to afraid of peak oil collapse!

  39. Davy on Sun, 15th Apr 2018 9:36 am 

    “I agree, but the Us is way behind the Russians and Chinese in both areas. Not all the faux dollars is going to catch them up with existing tech in those two countries.”

    You have no idea who is ahead you cherry picking google brat. LMFAO You don’t even understand the technology which is constantly evidenced by your many comments on the subject.

  40. Davy on Sun, 15th Apr 2018 9:37 am 

    “Davy, of course the Us/Israel objective was to kill people.”

    More nonsense from the board armchair expert at anti-Americanism. What a lame brain.

  41. Davy on Sun, 15th Apr 2018 9:39 am 

    “I guess that means I am an American.”

    What is it billy 3rd world, you say in your many comments you don’t do any of it because you are so free but now you say you do. Like I have said many times you are a storyteller and your stories cannot be trusted for authenticity.

  42. Davy on Sun, 15th Apr 2018 9:42 am 

    “Come out of that brainwashed, delusional world you inhabit and see the real world. I dare you.”

    LMFAO, calm down old man before you have a stroke. Did I get under your skin? LOL, that means I hit a home run. Mission accomplished. I am surprised you are still up and about because your dumbass handler, greggie, is not here to protect and enable your BS.

  43. MASTERMIND on Sun, 15th Apr 2018 9:46 am 

    Madkat is a retired construction worker and he thinks he understands the worlds military better than anyone. Because we are all brainwashed and he of course is not…The guy is a total tin foil hat whack job. Who left his family and bugged out to a third world shit hole. I understand why his wife left him. I bet marrying him was the worst mistake of her entire life.

  44. MASTERMIND on Sun, 15th Apr 2018 9:47 am 

    Hey Russia, I thought you said that you would attack US military if Trump ordered a strike on Syria. Which he just did. So now it’s like, next time we will be serious. STFU Russia. You are a failing economy with GDP less that Italy, your military is a paper tiger, and your level of corruption makes it nearly impossible do get anything done.

  45. Davy on Sun, 15th Apr 2018 9:54 am 

    “What do you mean? I was angry during the first hours, because apparently Trump risked WW3 over a rebel-organized false flag, but now I know the attack was a paper tiger and never intended to be anything else.”
    Sounds great for your agenda but doesn’t fit the deeper logic behind all this. You fell for all this hook, line, and sinker. Typical msm cherry picking google brat with zero understanding of military operations. It was clear the US top brass was in touch with the Russian top brass and it was made clear Russians were not targets. Targets were known and any Russian personnel was evacuated. That said it was a stupid escalation at a time when we should be de-escalation. Maybe if we could get the Iranians out of Syria that might be possible but with the Iranians there we will have war. That is clear

    “Another joyfull conclusion is that this is the age of the missile. “
    LOL, look how effective the Russian missiles were there nederdummy. They were not even used. They may have been spoofed and surprised. OH, isn’t that inconvenient for the nederliar and the billy 3rd world. There whole military doctrine is about missiles and that Russia and China have them and the US doesn’t. LMFAO at the stupid old men. No wonder you said in an earlier comment you love billy 3rd world. It is a match made in heaven and then you have the dumbass greggie there to support and enable your anti-Americanism. He does this because he does not care if it is the truth what he cares about is that it is anti-American. Greggie could give a shit about the truth. He is all about conspiracies and the end justifies the means so if lying is used so be it. The 3 of you are disgusting liars and that is very clear. What is so funny is you are a magnet for others that love to hear such things and all this does is makes your lies more animated.

    “Currently travelling through the Black Forest to the North. Will celebrate the outcome of the attack with a nice diner.”
    When you go by Nuremberg go say hi to my good German friends. I lived there for a year on the south side of town.

  46. GregT on Sun, 15th Apr 2018 10:15 am 

    “They are all tools in the tool chest of options.”

    In responsible hands they are tools of self defence. In the wrong hands they are offensive tools of conquest, warmongering, destruction, and mass murder.

  47. GregT on Sun, 15th Apr 2018 10:18 am 

    IOW, weapons of mass destruction,

  48. GregT on Sun, 15th Apr 2018 10:26 am 

    “Greggie could give a shit about the truth.”

    GregT agrees with the UN. There should have been a full and complete independent investigation into the suspected/alleged chemical attacks, before any action was taken. Blow shit up first, ask questions later, is not justice. It’s criminally insane.

  49. MASTERMIND on Sun, 15th Apr 2018 10:31 am 

    Greg

    Boo hoo hoo…Some place in the world there are things happening that are not fair! boo hoo hoo..I bet you and your wife cried your eyes out over this gas attack and bombing! And don’t forget the trees are dying cause of global warming! boo hoo!

  50. MASTERMIND on Sun, 15th Apr 2018 10:32 am 

    Greg

    Genocide is as human as art or prayer.

    -John Gray

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