Obama welcomes Saudi Arabia sending ground troops into Syria to fight ISIS

Discussion in 'Politics, Religion, Social Issues' started by aaronvan, Feb 11, 2016.

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    Saudi will fight ISIS, their creation? Right. Sure they will. No doubt the they are really going in at the behest of Obama to fight the Shi'ite Assad.

    Incidentally, the Saudis are one of the most worthless Armies in the entire world. A bunch of ragamuffins in Yemen are whooping their arses and Assad/Putin will deliver even worse. Of course, it's obvious that this is a panicked reaction to Assad's recapturing Aleppo and is occurring solely provide some Arab cover to Obama's manic & obsessive quest to over throw Assad.
     
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    This is very dangerous and what the US is saying is very confused.On the one hand they've told the Turkish government to **** off with regards to Rojava,on the other they appear to be about to support Saudi troops which is a stitch up between Turkey and the Gulf states to try and establish a no-fly,refugee area in northern Syria the reason for which is to attack the Rojava Kurds and keep the supply lines open to Daesh and other jihadists across the border.Russia will likely be circumspect about pissing off the Saudis (because of trade agreements etc) but as they already have a no fly area in northern Syria (the Russians have fingers over the button and just hoping the Turks are stupid enough to fly into Syrian air space.If push comes to shove this could get very nasty.
     
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    If we replace the current neocon in the Oval Oriface with neocon Hillary, the military-industrial complex will be satisfied and we'll get exactly what we deserve: blowback, attacks on the homeland, and endless war.
     
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    Hussein is to afraid too stand up for anything. He's most comfortable being submissive.

    Big talk, hollow words, he's a living example of what happens when elected to a position that one isn't the slightest bit qualified for much less suited too.
     
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    The US should let the Saudis and Iranians fight over what to do with ISIS and gtfo of the sandbox know as the middle east for good.
     

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