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|Hillary Wants War
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|The Truth About World War III | United States vs. Russia
|LR, you should like this.
Adam Curtis - HyperNormalisation - HD
|Brilliant. A comparision I have made many times.
Ideology driven, aggressive, irrational - and mentally unstable.
He's probably on drugs too and has a quack doctor.|
|Why I won't leave Assad: Syria’s first lady claims she rejected multiple offers to flee the war-torn country with her children but rejected them all because they were ploys to help bring down her husband
The wife of Bashar al-Assad has given a rare interview on Russian TV
Asma al-Assad claimed she has had multiple offers to flee war torn Syria
But she says she rejected them all so to not make her husband look weak
The death toll in the five-year long conflict in Syria is now at 300,000
By JENNIFER NEWTON FOR MAILONLINE
PUBLISHED: 14:49, 18 October 2016 | UPDATED: 21:44, 18 October 2016
Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-3847796/Syria-s-lady-Asma-Al-Assad-claims-rejected-multiple-offers-flee-war-torn-country-children-rejected-ploys-help-bring-husband.html#ixzz4NTUcpovF
|Turkey is positioning itself to annex syria
Turkey warns that World War Three is inevitable if the Syrian conflict continues because 'America and Russia WILL come to a point of war'
Turkish deputy PM has warned world could be plunged into global conflict
Says it would see America and Russia on opposing sides as tensions surge
Numan Kurtulus says the only way to avoid it is to solve the Syria crisis
Comes as airstrikes continue to bombard the city of Aleppo killing 45 people in 24 hours
By AFP REPORTER
PUBLISHED: 09:47, 17 October 2016 | UPDATED: 18:08, 17 October 2016
Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-3843120/Turkey-warns-World-War-Three-inevitable-Syrian-conflict-continues-America-Russia-come-point-war.html#ixzz4NQTbzOXb|
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|Square up to Putin and ease Aleppo's agony with a no-fly zone? Good idea, writes MICHAEL BURLEIGH... if you're prepared to contemplate World War Three
By MICHAEL BURLEIGH FOR THE MAIL ON SUNDAY
PUBLISHED: 01:18, 16 October 2016 | UPDATED: 01:51, 16 October 2016
Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/debate/article-3840197/MICHAEL-BURLEIGH-Squaring-Putin-Aleppo-invite-World-War-Three.html#ixzz4NEwCljkb|
|The more I read the more I am convincing myself it is time to stock up on tinned salmom and bottled water.
I recall the cold war and it was never as dangerous as this - bar the Cuban crisis.
It has been very noticeable that the West has been increasing the rhetoric and preparing its populations for a possible war based on distortions of what Russia is doing.
History repeating itself - the blundering of 1914 coupled with the evil of ww11.
Let us hope that we can pull back again. Donald Trump, sadly looking like the best candidate to achieve this. The Clintons - a nasty, dishonest couple who have brought havoc and murder on the Balkans and Middle East.|
|Turkey's Dangerous Moves in Iraq
by Burak Bekdil
October 11, 2016 at 4:00 am
Turkey's primary concern is not to drive ISIS out of Mosul but to make it a "Sunni-controlled city" after ISIS has been pushed out. And this ambition jeopardizes the planned assault on ISIS.
Turkey's pretext is that its troops are in Iraq to "fight ISIS." That does not convince anyone.
In a span of five years Turkey has had serious political and military tensions with several countries in its vicinity: Israel, Syria, Russia, Jordan, Egypt, Cyprus and Greece. Most recently, Iraq has also joined the club of hostilities surrounding Turkey.
Despite the Iraqi government's vehement requests that Turkey withdraw its troops in Iraq, Ankara shrugs it off and says it will maintain its military presence in the neighboring country for "Iraq's stability." What a nice neighborly gesture! Behind the Turkish indifference lies sectarian concerns and ambitions.
On October 1, Turkey's parliament extended the mandate of Turkish troops deployed in Iraqi territory by one more year. The troops are stationed near Bashiqa in northern Iraq -- as unwanted guests. That sparked a row with Baghdad and may further complicate the cold sectarian war between the Sunnis in the region, supported by Turkey, Saudi Arabia and Qatar, and their Shiite enemies, supported by Iran and the Shiite-controlled government in Baghdad.|
|10.10.2016 Author: Ulson Gunnar
US’ Destruction of Syria will take UN With it
The United Nations has never looked more impotent, irrelevant and politically motivated in its actions than it has regarding the ongoing conflict in Syria.
It has categorically failed to take an impartial stance on the conflict which has raged for over 5 years now. This includes a failure to properly identify the conflict as a foreign-funded and backed proxy war rather than a “civil war,” as well as identify and hold accountable those nations fueling anti-government hostilities within and beyond Syria’s borders.
By failing to do so, the UN has undermined its own credibility, credibility required to ensure the Syrian government and its allies adhere to international law and observe human rights as they execute security operations aimed at restoring order and stability across the country.|
|The 70,000 post-coup arrests are now at the heart of the Turkish government's propaganda war
From high-ranking military officials to university professors, those imprisoned since the attempted coup now total 70,756 - although some have been released
Robert Fisk Istanbul
The Independent is guilty of hypocrisy on the Turkish issue. As a well-known commentator on Turkish affairs (Google 'robert ellis turkey') I have contributed 18 articles to the Independent since August last year and my latest, "How Erdogan's Turkey is modelled on the Third Reich", on 23 July received 4K shares. The next day it was removed as their foreign correspondent in Turkey had received threats. The understanding was that it would be reposted after he had returned safely but this never happened. Instead the article was deleted from the Independent's archives. There was an outrcry, for example in the Press Gazette, but the Independent maintained this was "an editorial decision". Nevertheless, the impression remains that the Independent - in contrast to The Spectator and Boris Johnson's limerick and the Germans in the Jan Böhmermann affair - has capitulated to Turkish threats. On 18 July the Independent's deputy managing editor Will Gore wrote: "for the media in this country to give Erdogan a free pass would be a gross failing, not least in the eyes of independent Turkish journalists whose work has been hampered by the serious erosion of press freedom in their homeland." But this is precisely what the Independent has done by withdrawing and deleting my article from its archives.|