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Assad says U.S. troops welcome in Syria to fight 'terrorism'

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US stay away, send your troops home. Stop all support for anyone on any side.

There are no good guys in this war.

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In other developments Friday, the Kremlin said that Russia and Turkey have agreed to improve coordination in Syria to prevent further friendly fire incidents after a Russian airstrike killed three Turkish soldiers and wounded 11 the day before.

Translation - Turkey has to provide the Kremlin with all their military positions and plans in Syria.

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We'll pass. Russia can handle this one, no matter how long it takes them.

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Hopefully with Barrack Hussein Obama gone the money flowing into these terrorist "moderate rebel" groups will come to an end under President Trump and a more rational political thought process in Syria can take shape. Still many Libs want this "Syria War" at any cost.

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@badsey Still many Libs want this "Syria War" at any cost.

Your source? It's OK if you say Russia Today or the Moscow Times, or even if it's just your opinion and you're trying to shore it up by creating fake news.

I'm asking because I've never read anywhere where Libs want this "Syria War" at any cost.

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We'll pass.

"We"?

I think that's the President's decision, not yours.

And since Putin has already ruled out Russian grounds troops it looks increasingly possible that US troops will be operating under cover of the Russian Air Force, perhaps even taking orders from Russian officers.

International coordination against terror, what's not to like?

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And since Putin has already ruled out Russian grounds troops

Yeah he can't afford it. Bombing civilians to keep them in line is a cheapskate way of propping up Assad but it works. As long as you don't care if the rest of the world calls you out for the barbarians you are...

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Very nice of Assad to invite the monster back into the room. What does the CIA have to say about this? Sure would like to extrapolate but so many MSM slaves here, that one mention of independent thought is labeled a conspiracy theory. But just for shits and giggles, two Congress Arab staffers suspected of leaking the Yemeni raid to Al Qiada.

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As long as you don't care if the rest of the world calls you out for the barbarians you are...

Yeah... um... and how much do you care about the 1 million plus casualties of your attack on Iraq which was based on a total lie.

And why couldn't you do it "cheapskate" Russian style with Aircraft only? I guess either your planes or your pilots aren't good enough.

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"Sure would like to extrapolate but so many MSM slaves here, that one mention of independent thought is labeled a conspiracy theory."

Independent thought is independent thought.

Conspiracy theory is conspiracy theory.

The last 'independent' thinkers I read on this site were going bananas throwing out weird and wonderful theories about the murder of a British MP. All were proved to be.....bananas.

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The last 'independent' thinkers I read on this site were going bananas throwing out weird and wonderful theories about the murder of a British MP. All were proved to be.....bananas.

No idea what you're talking about.

A conspiracy theory becomes a conspiracy theory when you say it is. Logic and reasoning thrown out the window. I'll ask again, still waiting for an answer from anyone, how does a 46 story building freefall in less than 7 seconds from fire? When you can logically answer that, and no valid engineers can, then you can start throwing the "tin foil hat" "conspiracy theory" easy out comment around.

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Yeah... um... and how much do you care about the 1 million plus casualties of your attack on Iraq which was based on a total lie.

I seem to remember protesting that at the top of my voice. Comparing your own barbarism to that of the Americans with your fictitious figures is laughable. But then again, it is you after all.Bush, I have a horse in neither race yet anyone can see the Americans poured lives and money to try and make it right. Compare that to the Russian adventure. Nor did they target hospitals or schools to petrify the civilian population into submission, not even at their most barbaric in Falludjha....

No matter what falsehoods you habitually bring to the table, the world has looked on and denounced Russian barbarism in propping up the Assad dictatorship. You own this mess and will for years to come.

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the world has looked on and denounced Russian barbarism in propping up the Assad dictatorship. You own this mess and will for years to come.

Ha! The only "world" that denounced Russia is the corporate/MIC news. Keep trying to spread your false news while the "barbarism" in Yemen stays under the MSM radar because it's US funded and based.

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How about Chinese troops? They have a few to spare don't they?

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@Fizzbit

I have a good memory. I remember you admitting that you jumped the gun in throwing out another half-baked conspiracy theory about the murder of the British MP Cox before the Brexit. I'll dig it up if you like.

Regarding the yawnfest conspiracy theory regarding 9/11, I actually have a decent knowledge of physics and a passing knowledge of engineering. Why do you trust your sources? I don't trust your sources as you don't trust those of anyone else. Give me your view of this.

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@SuperLib "We'll pass. Russia can handle this one, no matter how long it takes them."

Everyone knows that typical libs can do nothing except endless whining.

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