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Serious Questions About Chemical Attack in Douma and US Bombardment of Syria


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Serious Questions About Chemical Attack in Douma and US Bombardment of Syria

Reese Erlich

In 1998, al Qaeda killed 224 people when it attacked U.S. embassies in east Africa. In retaliation, President Bill Clinton ordered a missile strike against what he described as an al Qaeda nerve gas factory in Sudan. For years, he insisted that the attack had dealt a tough blow against terrorists.


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History is repeating itself. The American, British & French sheeple are letting it happen. The USA & its allies have killed & continue to kill far more people than Al Qaeda killed in the embassy attacks, New York, DC & Pennsylvania on 9/11/2001. The presence of US & Russian troops in Syria will increase tension between the 2 countries. If China were there, it would cause tension between the USA & China.


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I check the other country’s websites whenever there is a conflict. In this case, rt.com and sott.net. Much more detail. Chose to believe whatever.


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150 million dollar missile attack. That money given to aid war victims would have been much more effective in bringing peace to the region. How stupid does the MIC and MSM think we are?

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Pretty stupid.
This morning I listened to Ray McGovern on the radidio. He says you can sum up the Syrian problem in one word, " Israel ".
You can sum up a lot of the MENA’s problems in three words, " Israel, Saudi Arabia and America ".
Add a bunch of laundered and dark $$$, mix in three ways to say Messiah and stir up a bunch of zealots. Voila!! Chaos, propaganda and endless war stew. Bon Appetit!


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This is all the BS of the Clinton administration‚Äôs ‚ÄúRegime Change‚ÄĚ ‚Ķ

all of it only adds up over and again to US/CIA ‚Äúillegal wars of aggression.‚ÄĚ


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At the moment, four countries have troops in Syria: United States, Turkey, Iran, and Russia. All foreign powers will need to pull out if the people of Syria are to determine their own future.

Iran and Russia were invited in by the duly elected government of the country. The US and Turkey are invaders. Let’s start there.