John McCain may just be beginning his eternity of suffering in hell, but his legacy (and that of the United States government in general) lives on in the aid delivered to Moslem terrorist swine across the Middle East.
The planned chemical weapon provocation in the Syrian province of Idlib is aimed at maintaining the presence of terrorists in the area, Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov said.
The Russian FM, who met his Saudi counterpart, Adel al-Jubeir in Moscow on Wednesday, compared the terrorist presence in the province with an “abscess” that should be swiftly removed.
“Idlib is now the last remaining hotbed of the terrorists, who try to speculate on the area’s status of de-escalation zone; try using the population as a human shield and try repressing the armed groups that are ready for talks with the government,” he said.
The Minister also noted that the overall goal in Washington with regard to war-ravaged Syria, was not really helping the country, but to push for regime change.
“It’s not the first time the US – no matter the administration – has prioritized the task of changing dissident regimes above the common goals of eradicating terrorism and extremism. It happened in Iraq and Libya. Now they’re trying to do the same in Syria. To phrase it more correctly – they tried to do it in Syria, but failed,” Lavrov said.
The chemical attack issue and “the threats that are put forward against the Syrian government, are used with the sole purpose of preventing the expulsion of the terrorists from the de-escalation zone in Idlib,” Lavrov said.
In this case, the Trump administration is simply following the policies of Barack Obama, under whom “the Americans tried to use all means possible to shelter Jabhat al-Nusra, with hope of using it in the fight against, what they call, the regime,” he added.
Know that it takes a very special type of arrogance to be able to move forward with an agenda and/or plan even after being called out in exquisite detail by military and diplomatic figures.
We see it daily with the Jews, and we now see it almost as often with figures in our own government – promises of nonintervention and isolation forgotten as soon as the final ballots are tallied.
Not a very convincing plea for the GOP seeking to maintain their Congressional majority this November – remember that we voted for peace, and not for regime change in Syria and tax cuts for social media corporations.