If honest government is to be restored to America, a great many powerful people are going to have to go to prison. To prison may go Igor
and Lev. Igor and Lev, plus whoever else they can be counted to roll on. We’ll soon be hearing more from Lev, and Igor.
Don’s craven betrayal of the Kurds reflects his belief that the Middle East is a hopeless cause, describing in a speech Saturday, its hopeless, plight;
one less safe, secure and stable, than ever. And he said, “they fight. That’s what they do. They fight.”
“They fight. That’s what they do. They fight.” Don’s betrayal of the Kurds speaks volumes about his Middle East policy, going forward. Peace
there is a hopeless cause he said, yesterday. The Middle-East, President Donald believes, may never know … peace.
The Middle-East President Donald believes, may never know peace. Fighting. That is what they know. And it’s better to save face — fighting
than to lose it, assimilating. And so, they fight. President Donald’s betrayal of the Kurds, volumes … is speaking.
Who urged Don to abandon the Kurds? Not the State Department. Not the Department of Defense. Not the foreign policy establishment. Not,
the American people. Not Republicans; nor Democrats. If not Don, who urged abandonment of the Kurds and to The Don, got?
In other words, in whose interest is it that US get out of the way; clearing the way for the Turks to clear the Kurds from northeastern Syria?
Cleansing northeastern Syria … of Kurds. And clearing the way to base more American troops … in Saudi Arabia.
Ethnic cleansing of the Kurds in northeastern Syria clears the way to base more American troops in Saudi Arabia. To get the troublesome Kurds
out of the way in Syria, it is in the interests of US to clear the way for the Turks, to clear, from Syria … the Kurds.
GOP lawmakers, furious over President Donald’s decision to withdraw troops to make way for a Turkish offensive against our allies,
the Kurds. They’re drafting legislation, forcing crippling economic sanctions on Turkey … up until now … a NATO … ally.