Just about the most pertinent comment I have seen to date on the US Neoliberal favoured method of bringing freedom and democracy to people of the middle east and north Africa who have lived quite happily under the ‘tyrannay’ of dictators like Assad and Gadaffi, knowing full well that should those dictators fall, the theocracies that would replace them were likely to be far more brutal and repressive.
Quite how that would serve American interests is not clear, but Washington foreign policy never had a lot to do with global realities.
Turkey and Sadui Arabia Already Have Troops Fighting In Syria
Even mainstream media has been forced to concede that Turkey and Saudi Arabia are apparently ready to send ground forces to the Syrian battlefield as Assad’s forces, backed by Russian air power and Iranian elite troops but continue to grind down ISIS forces equipped with US made arms and ammunition via Saudi Arabia and funded by Turkey’s illegal oil trade with the terrorist group.
Middle East Violence And Chaos Will Not End With Defeat Of IS
EU Bosses Fear Brexit Domino Effect
European leaders met for the first time today to discuss the deal reached over changes to the conditions of Britain’s membership of the European Union. Public opinion in member states has led to fears that an out vote may prompt other EU member states to follow Britain’s lead.
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