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    G7 Meeting on Syria

    So the G7 took a little sidebar on Tuesday, to meet with "likeminded countries" about Syria and ISIS.

    What to to do about Syrias atrocities. It's mad tyrant. It's oppressive regime. What to do about murderous theologies and ultra violent interpretations of Islam.

    Who was was at the meeting to discuss solutions and united fronts against evil?

    Saudi Arabia and the UAE.


    What a sick fucking joke. What a fucking outrage.

    The West will, eventually, get a reckoning for what we've done, and what we're doing.

    All we we can do is pray our families aren't in the blast zone, and maybe, just maybe, start holding our leaders responsible.
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    Everything happening in the Middle East is a power struggle between Iran and the Gulf States. Everyone in between them lives a hellish nightmare, decade after decade, as these two psychopathic police states fight over their rubble.

    The enemies of humanity are the medieval theology of Saudi Arabia and its Gulf neighbors, and the government of Iran.

    Both of them.

    Our governments continue to support the bad guys. Still. After all the damage we've caused. After all the hard lessons. We do it again and again because it makes our corporate interests obscenely wealthy.

    And as far as I know there's not a single nation or party or politician or political movement anywhere that cares to stop this 100 year death march. None. Even Putin doesn't want to stop it. He just wants in on it.

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    There is no timely internet coverage of the G7 meeting on Syria. All the links are at least 2 days old.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dr.Knuckles View Post
    So the G7 took a little sidebar on Tuesday, to meet with "likeminded countries" about Syria and ISIS.

    What to to do about Syrias atrocities. It's mad tyrant. It's oppressive regime. What to do about murderous theologies and ultra violent interpretations of Islam.

    Who was was at the meeting to discuss solutions and united fronts against evil?

    Saudi Arabia and the UAE.


    What a sick fucking joke. What a fucking outrage.

    The West will, eventually, get a reckoning for what we've done, and what we're doing.

    All we we can do is pray our families aren't in the blast zone, and maybe, just maybe, start holding our leaders responsible.
    What we have to do for the present is demand Congress revisit The Authorization for Use of Military Force and the Congressionally passed resolution from 2001 (S.J.Res. 23) which is allowing US Presidents to bomb anything that moves on their own. We can't bitch about anyone with that stank still making us the prime troublemaker of the world. I mean really? We bombed two different countries in one week and are posturing to bomb North Korea?

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