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NATO urges Syria, Russia to halt airstrikes as migrants move

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By LORNE COOK and COSTAS KANTOURIS

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And the assaults on innocent Syrians continue. The only beneficiaries are the defense corporations increasing their profits selling weapons to one of the several factions. And of course the globe's so-called 'elite' owning shares in those defense industries. Until the globe's 'establishment', the fossils running the fossil economy, move their economy away from ones reliant on burning huge amounts of oil and gas, expect Syrian-type slaughters to continue.

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Until the globe's 'establishment', the fossils running the fossil economy, move their economy away from ones reliant on burning huge amounts of oil and gas, expect Syrian-type slaughters to continue.

Oh I think it goes a tad deeper than just fossil fuels. If that is all you say it is, then why aren’t the “establishment” doing this in Austria or Peru? Why don’t you name names? And the biggest name to pop up is Israel and its banker and supplier the US and their petrodollar crime family friends Saudi Arabia.

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NATO should tell Turkey to get out of Syria.

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Russia is the shadowy player here. It's time to crackdown on Russia, freeze assets abroad and put sanctions on the country.

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Russia is the shadowy player here.

What?!!!

Russia (and Iran) is the only one invited by the legitimate government of Syria.

US, "israel", Turkey, and Saudi Arabia are the ones who are deserving of sanctions...

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Keep bombing hospitals and schools until they submit Russia! So brave ... /s

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