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A New War in Lebanon, Syria, Iraq and Beyond on the Way


Written by Gordon Duff with Nahed al Husaini; Originally appeared at Veterans Today

Sources across the Middle East are reeling with the resignation of Lebanon’s Prime Minister Hariri. Harari’s resignation, ordered by Saudi Arabia and, by our estimation Israel as well, signals a new phase of wars as the “ISIS experiment” draws to a close.

A New War in Lebanon, Syria, Iraq and Beyond on the Way

former Lebanese PM Hariri

Hariri claimed Iran and Hezbollah were planning to assassinate him.  From the UK Guardian:

“We are living in a climate similar to the atmosphere that prevailed before the assassination of [his father, the late prime minister] martyr Rafik Hariri. I have sensed what is being plotted covertly to target my life,” he said in a televised speech on Saturday.

Hariri said Iran was “losing in its interference in the affairs of the Arab world”, and that Lebanon would “rise as it had done in the past” and “cut off the hands that wickedly extend into it”.

However, our sources say Hariri’s resignation signals a new round of conflicts.

The new “proxy war” intended to replace ISIS will have a major terror component and, according to Syrian security sources, threaten the Gulf States, Europe and the US.

“Saudi Arabia has begun radicalizing the Kurds, who normally travel freely in the West.  Their American armed and trained forces in Syria along with factions in “post-Barzani” KRG in Iraq will be Saudi Arabia’s new force.

Were one to take the least conspiratorial view of ISIS, it is still unavoidable noting that it is a Wahhabist proxy group, organized and financed by Saudi Arabia.  Saudi Arabia has always supplied economic and military support for ISIS and has done so publicly while the international community has remained silent.

As of this writing, last of ISIS, their leaders and most dedicated surviving fighters, are being ferried through SDF lines and moved to safe havens among the refugee camps along the Syrian Jordanian border.

Syrian officials report that these camps, which are not open to aid organizations or other NGO’s, are providing terror training and refitting of up 20,000 fighters who survived the Syrian and Iraq battles.

A New War in Lebanon, Syria, Iraq and Beyond on the Way
American vehicles spotted at ISIS basis as terrorists are moved to safe havens through SDF lines

Three weeks ago, Russia published satellite photos showing American vehicles loading at ISIS military facilities inside SDF controlled areas.  There is considerable evidence that the SDF and ISIS have been coordinating inside Syria.

Over the past 60 days, Saudi Arabia has begun buying Syrian Kurdish (SDF) leaders, in an attempt to buy a Syrian civil war that may draw in both the US and Russia.

Along with this, moves across the region, destabilizing Jordan and even the Gulf States, are in motion as well as inside Iraq.

Saudi Arabia and Israel have ordered Lebanon’s Prime Minister Hariri to resign.  We believe a war is planned against Lebanon and Kurdistan where bases of operation for wider war can be established.

The goal it seems, and not for the first time, is chaos.

A New War in Lebanon, Syria, Iraq and Beyond on the Way
US Base at al Tanf inside Southern Syria

Simultaneously, at the US training camp at al Tanf in Southern Syria, the remnants of ISIS are being gathered from around the region and reformed into a new Saudi/US backed “moderate opposition,” to reopen a front on Syria’s southern flank, where Saudi Arabia’s military can be deployed.

US Involvement

The US has built a series of bases across Syria with one inside the city of Raqqah coming online in early November.  There are also bases at Rimelan in Hasakah Governate, Kobani in Aleppo Province and a major base in Sheddai, near Syria’s largest oil deposits, a coincidence of course.

US led convoys from Palmyra and Qualamon were spotted today, as were a dozen or more helicopters gathering terrorists from both Syria and Iraq.

The “Eastern Lion Group,” in Jordan, under the supervision of the MOK, the multi-national war room, US, Saudi, British, Israeli, will be mobilized against Syria. This 20,000 man force will be setting up a “fall back” terror organization against Syria which may well backfire with attacks on Europe and the US according to Syrian officials.

Some SDF Kurdish forces are now being recruited into this organization.  The Syrian Kurds, who according to Syrian sources came to that nation as refugees (always disputed) are being radicalized.

Simultaneously, there are political moves inside Iraq against former Prime Minister Maliki and the governing Shiite coalition. The cards are being reshuffled, for a new war as the cannon fodder remnants of ISIS, the Israeli, Saudi proxy army, are being slaughtered on the Syrian/Iraqi border.

Hariri’s resignation is intended to stimulate a broad Sunni/Shiite conflict, isolating Hezbollah. From Press TV:

Lebanese Prime Minister Saad Hariri declaring his resignation in a speech delivered from Saudi Arabia, November, 4, 2017.

Lebanese Prime Minister Saad Hariri has announced his resignation in a speech broadcast from Saudi Arabia.

Hariri announced his resignation in a televised statement on Saturday, citing many reasons, including the security situation in Lebanon, for his sudden decision. He also said that he sensed a plot being hatched against his life.

Lebanese President Michel Aoun’s office said that Hariri had phoned him “from outside Lebanon” to resign and that Aoun awaited Hariri’s return to hear the “circumstances of the resignation.”

Hariri announced his resignation following his visits to Saudi Arabia. The resignation also comes less than a month after he announced plans to join a coalition government with Lebanese Resistance Movement Hezbollah. He became prime minister in 2016 after serving another term between November 2009 and June 2011.

Saad Hariri is the son of former Lebanese prime minister Rafiq Hariri, who was assassinated in 2005. Hariri has also been the leader of the Future Movement party since 2005.



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  • Axis of Resistance

    KSA must be destroyed for the greater good of mankind.

    • Jens Holm

      Yesrrh ask China and India. They are doing as it is, because they are a part of the world economy not kept down by the Muhammed way of doing things.

      • Axis of Resistance

        You again with another indecipherable shitpost.

        • BlueInGreen

          Ignore him/her/it. I’m not even kidding this guy has to be posting from some third-word shit hole to have the grammar of a cow, he might be stupid… Man this site has like just 2-3 guys who are weird lol.

          • Axis of Resistance

            He is Danish (allegedly) and I know him all too well from liveuamap. I just felt the need to tell him again that he made no sense.

          • Jens Holm

            Dont blame me You have no a,e,i,o,u and y as well as it by some for me unfamiliar reasons are made as was I learned in Highschool.

            I have not made Your language and I am unfamiliar to, why languages are made so different from each other. You write perfect direct translation from Arab or other language in Your head, but thats not how the brittish and american english is.

            You are limited and Your arab to english often is not understandable as well.

            And we do copy Your by writing short, when it make sense. It does in official documents, but mainly not in fast reading.

            We write dont or don`t and not do not. We do write Ill and no I will. Ameriacan english put almost every in to make it shorter fx For You = 4You.

            And we do not know all Your phrases as well as You do not (dont) know ours.

            Very much of our humor are totally non existing in Your languages and being more advanced(sorry) in social structures incl. education, jobs and family relations makes words and explanations You do not know any existence of.

            Your grammer and choise of words are like mine in highschool very limited. I have been reading a lot since that and also seen a lot of movies, where my way of using words incl. spelling is correct.

            I have no intension to go down to be 18 or something again and change to the old car as well as wife.

          • PZIVJ

            I am curious; are the languages of Denmark, Norway, Sweden and Finland closely similar to each other?

          • Solomon Krupacek

            finland not

            but dans had common kingdom with normans (nors; vikings)

          • PZIVJ

            Yes, the Vikings always wanted to raid and migrate south due to bad climate to support the population. And they may have made it to N America well before 1492 and Columbus. But Greenland was not so green :)

          • Jens Holm

            Well, actually Greenland was much greener then now. There was a varm climate periode, where they could grow corn every year. We have found leftovers for that and corn also was used for making light bear.

            When the climate went colder people stayed but we can see at their food choise, that they more and more took their meals from the see eating fish, crabbes, seals and whales.

            One of 2 setlements were abandoned, but the last went on and suddenly wasnt there. There was no last fight. Some guessings say they took their last ship and died in a storm. We see only very small sign in the inúit genes, so they didnt join them.

            I write this because Greenland becomes greener again because of the climate change, and I have just seen they can grow new kind of vegetables there and even expensive, its cheepers them importing them. Thats good, they have a too big unimployment.

            They had a beekeeper there and would like to have bees again. They got only 15 kilos of honey and was sold to their few tourist for sky-high prices.

          • dutchnational

            The “cathedral” in Greenland can still be visited (as a ruin).

          • Solomon Krupacek

            maybe those vikings masked the real way. icy country called greenland, green country iceland :) and the britons hundreds of years did not found them :))

          • dutchnational

            For about 130 years in the late middle ages all the Nordish countries were ruled as one : Union of Kalmar. A very nice city and castle btw.

          • Solomon Krupacek

            something mees me from the lessons of history. :)

          • Jens Holm

            Yes, they are very close exept Finland, which are its own. Finnich once was taken a Hungarian. Its not. But Estonian language is 85% finnich.

            Sweden, Norway and denmark are so semilar is many matters, that You can understand most of the other 2. I have a TV package which gives me 3 swedish and 2 norweigian ones. Thats good because we are only 5,5 mio.

            All 3 of us can hardly understand people from Iceland and Faroe Islands. Those are Norweigian dialects but went away from them 1000 years ago.

            Our history is very close. It has mainly been sweden as the one part and Denmark having Norway & Iceland as the others.

            Twice we were one coutry but maninly by name and same king or queen. Today we are fiends and are in culture very semilar if You look from the outside.

            You can say Norway is a little more semilar to Scotland and UK. Danes are mixted more into germans then we say but at lot to brits and swedes in many matters are more stiff german likes then Norweigians and we.

            Sweden also are related to Russia and Finland, but its mainly as enemies at the russians – too big neighbour. Because of that danes has been more friends to russians then swedes.

          • PZIVJ

            Thank you for your reply,
            Very illuminating and well written.

          • Ace

            Is there any still cannibalism in Denmark?

          • BlueInGreen


            Also you make little sense and sound like Yoda from Star Wars lmao. Please get a life Danish guy, I hear there’s a fuck-ton of immigrants invading your country as we speak.

            Sincerely, from the friendly American ;)

          • PZIVJ

            A “friendly American”
            Tell that to the many dead and injured in Iraq and Syria :(

          • Kira Binkley

            Sounds like you were born in the ghetto, too,

          • BlueInGreen

            lol, sure.

          • Kira Binkley

            A perfect diplomat for America, Blue.

          • Oana Iacob

            And you are happy there are people in the world that run from a war and invade a country?!
            That’s why you iditots deserve your faith and a Trump as president, a 9/11 and lunatics who kills children in schools!
            As we speak i bet there’s another lunatic who voluntary shots people!!!
            Stupid ignorant!

          • Bob

            Appropriate Abraham Lincoln quote, ‘Better to remain silent and be thought a fool than to speak out and remove all doubt.’

          • dutchnational

            People attacking others on their lack of proficiency in another (second or third) language is just petty and they do it to bait you and sidetrack your arguments because they do not like them.

            Just ignore them and do not get sidetracked in pointless discussions you cannot win. Just consider that they are unable to communicate in Danish and do not even try it, so that makes you the better educated and wise one.

          • You can call me Al

            It has nothing to do with language Kurd boy, it has to do with the drivel they write.

          • zencowboy61

            hell my computer is hacked and when I write many of the words are mispelled to discredit my opinions…another NSA trick.

          • You can call me Al

            Don’t ignore – block the effer.

            Click on it’s name – you will see three horizontal dots, click on that then block -> done.

            “It” and the other “it”.. Solomon, they work together or are the same.

        • Jens Holm

          There are only adding to killing more of each other by trying to give a constructed reason filled of non facts.

          • Axis of Resistance

            bla bla bla bla bla

      • Dot

        China and India are two places too big and too hard that you can not destabilize and wake war and bloodshed like you do in the middleeast.

        • Jens Holm

          That wasnt what my intensions about by comment was. It was more, that if US(and EU) will decline those nations just will take over, and You might not gain anything.

          Well, of course You could hope of improvements, but the main reason for many of your problems are, that you dont invent.

      • Gerhard Pleyer

        U must be stupid cow, u don`t know what is realy going on.
        Go and educate yourself

      • You can call me Al

        I thought I blocked you; I’ll try again.

        • You can call me Al


    • Sephy

      If KSA is destroyed, muslims will prosper again. Hope one day the muslims will realize who their actual enemy is.

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    • Nizam

      War on terror must be destroyed.

    • dutchnational

      Reform is always better then destruction.

      Seems KSA is taking its first (baby) steps on the way to reform. Encouragement of that starting reform is better then large scale destruction of at least one and maybe more countries.

  • Jesus

    Since KSA is such a malignant cancer, it needs to be eliminated from the ME affairs. Send them back to the Stone Age by destroying their oil installations and port terminals. The dollar currency reserve status will be eliminated at the same time.

    • Jens Holm

      Those drops of lowQ. oil in Syria filled with suplhur and asphalt mean nothing to USA and west. At the world list its down to nr 60.

      You have no idea about how small You are i those and many other matters. The importence is in having it for own use and some dollars into a poor country means a lot.

      We see it again and again. For some reason You blow Yourself up like smelling ballons not comparing to others. Your lousy armies too even commanding Putin.

      Some Years the BIIIG egypt boycutted our agriculture products. The didnt know, that our export to them was less then 3% and their own to us was close to it in good vegatable.

      Not even a talehair wawing its elephant.

      • Pave Way IV

        “…Those drops of lowQ. oil in Syria filled with suplhur and asphalt mean nothing to USA and west…”

        Syria has two grades of oil:
        Souedieh Heavy Sour (24.1° API, 3.9% sulphur) from the far northeast (Kurd)
        Syrian Light Sweet (38° API, .74% sulphur) from Deir EzZor / Omar

        Deir EzZor / Omar oil fields and pipelines to T2 and T2 itself mean everything to the psychopathic US strategy. The US intends to punish the average Syrian as much as possible for as long as possible because the US doesn’t like Assad. Denying the Syrians their own oil means they have to rely on expensive imports, draining money from the economy and the state. The US strategy also includes preventing Iraqi oil from being transported by truck or pipeline to Syria. Control of both the at Tanf and al Bukamal border crossings and the T-2 pumping station would have accomplished that. A ready supply of new terrorists from the al Rukban Death Camp and US garrison at at Tanf would ensure the rest of the Syrian pipeline and the gas wells/drying plants north of Palmyra were constantly sabotaged, and the al Tanf and al Bukamal border crossings could be repeatedly attacked until the US controlled them again (via whatever they’re calling the new FSA head-choppers).

    • Solomon Krupacek

      you, hero f ussr can go and dismount them

      • Jesus

        Did you get educated on how much value the Russians get from a defense budget of approx 60 billion, while US gets very little value from 600 billion budget?
        Next time stop spouting off your BS, and deal with reality.

        • Solomon Krupacek

          and those 60 billion ois 3 times less then the minimum required.

        • You can call me Al

          I hope you don’t mind me commenting on your comment, but you should have just left it at “Did you get educated ?”.

          I have no idea what he stated as I have him blocked, but I can imagine.

        • L’Obelisk Jewellers


      • Icarus Tanović

        You’re hero of bin sauds dicck.

        • Solomon Krupacek

          balcanian whoreshit, bye, bye!

          • Icarus Tanović

            Have dick in your mouth and smile:D!

          • LR captain

            guys pls leave solomon alone.

            he actually gives good facts if take the time to read them.
            He really is a good counter weight to the “russia can’t do anything wrong” d**k suckers that attack and valid pro-western points

          • Icarus Tanović

            Enough of him and alikes rethoric!

          • LR captain

            you’re insane
            we need two sides to every coin and two points of view for every topic

          • Solomon Krupacek

            let him go. i simply blocked him. he had never argues, only attacks people.

          • Icarus Tanović

            No, I only attack you and your Zionistic trolling.

          • Icarus Tanović

            We’ve been seeing one and the same side of the coin for half of the century.
            Let’s listen to the other one side for change.

    • L’Obelisk Jewellers


  • Mountains

    Man this website is so nonsensical. atleast write something that make sense. This is equal to as saying santa is real

    • FlorianGeyer

      The US/Israel are not gathering her proxy terrorist gangs to have a Bar Mitzvah Mountains.
      They intend to continue their terrorism sponsorship in the Middle East.

      • Jens Holm

        You might be correct, but its certainly not there and by that creation.

    • BlueInGreen

      Go away ass hat.

      • Jens Holm

        Yes, hard with Your smelling naked pictures made under Your bed blancets in deep dark hardly washed every friday.

        • BlueInGreen

          I…actually don’t have anything to respond with since the level of autism displayed in this comment is groundbreaking and truly astounding.

          Did you try to insult me without knowing that my comment was directed towards Mountains? I really do appreciate the effort but you failed and need to work on your english.

          Goodbye and suck one, retard.

          • Garga

            He spams without reading the comments and he rarely returns to buzz some more.
            It’s quite normal.

    • Garga

      Please enlighten us with your version of the events.

      • Jens Holm

        Well, You dont listen. he write to the normal ones, which does.

        Al Tanf is not even a base. I follow things well and US as well as britts has witdrawn strength from it accoding to its loosing importance fighting ISIS.

        The US help there has been and are to FSA-semis. Har dto belive those should join 1000`s of ISIS troops…

        Thats probatly parts of his picture and reflexions about it.

        • Garga

          You’ve got issues son.
          First, I asked @Mountains:disqus to tell us his version of events.
          Second, he hasn’t started so I listen or not.
          Third, Al-Tanaf is very much a base. If not, what is it?
          Fourth, Al-Tanaf is a joint US-Norwegian base, bot British.
          Fifth, the US is not in Syria to fight ISIS. If it was, they had to leave this area much sooner because it’s been months since their lines to ISIS is cut by SAA.
          Sixth, if it’s so easy for ISIS to transform into SDF, why is it difficult for it to transform into FSA?
          Seventh, I appreciate your input, the way you usually do it: by spamming all comments with your usual nonsense which you write without even reading the comment you reply to.

          • BlueInGreen

            Garga, Mountains is a naysayer. His one and only job on this site is to disprove and support the other side.

          • Garga

            Yes I know him.
            I normally find his version to be funny, that’s why I asked him.

  • Rob

    So many US terrorists camps in Syria have some meaning. Actually America preparing for larger ground attack on Syria.

    • Jens Holm

      First those bases are exept Al Tanf, which is nort even a base, in the SDF zone.

      Nothings give any indications of what USA will. Its true, that before ISIS became enemy nr 1 Assads were. They will be again even in another way by PROTECHTING and KEPPING KURDS.

      Americans should attack russians there or what.

    • Icarus Tanović

      Well, that´s exactly what Israel wants. But it is also of Iran´s liking, because if America step into this War, they wont make no difference, they are already bogged down in Iraq and Afganistan.
      That being said, North Korea have all rights to attack South Korea, which is what they exactly wants: to show the World how strong they are.
      And then China will step in, for their own reasons. It is not very likeley that it is gonna happen.

  • Garga

    Hariri returned from SA to Lebanon, had a meeting with Iranian Leader’s senior advisor Dr. Velayati, then returned to SA and resigned. Whatever his reasons was, no doubt it was related to this meeting and the matters which Dr. Velayati accepted or rejected.
    Hariri lies through his teeth. He pretends that Hezbollah assassinated his late father and plots to murder him too. Well, too bad that Israeli spy planes spotted in the area where his father was killed, for a few days before and the day of assassination.

    We had other reports of US strengthening Al-Tanaf position. Based on these news, it seems they won’t resist in BuKamal and instead perhaps to plan directly attack Damascus. If that happens, I think Israel will attack Lebanon simultaneously, taking advantage of the chaos in Lebanon because of PM’s resignation and amassing of the SAA and allies between DeZ-BuKamal.
    It’s all a guess and one that I really want to be wrong. It’s absolutely dangerous if the US attempts to directly attack Syria.

    One more thing is, the terror attacks/harassments in Europe were never a blind terror act. It has always targeted and it’s aim was to change the Europeans’ view towards a new war in ME/NA or short, Muslim countries. If this war starts, we’ll witness a new wave of terror in Europe and it’s NOT a backfire, it is planned.

    There’s more to the recent developments in Saudi Arabia than meets the eye. I’m waiting for a few points to be cleared and then I’ll get back to you about it.

    • RamboDave

      I think Trump wants to stay out of this. That is also what his base that elected him demands. Yes .. he has given his Generals certain amount of discretion to make decisions, especially those who are part of the U.S. Coalition over there. But, when a major important decision about direct conflict with Syria or Russia needs to be made, he has already demonstrated just last April that he wants no part of it. This why the neocons are coming after him.
      His NSA team , headed by H.R. McMaster is also against getting involved in Syria.

      • Bob

        Neo-Cons are foreign policy ideologues, so their reasoning is based on rejecting current international reality and attempting to whole-scale re-engineer that reality to benefit their concerns. This makes them very dangerous, as they will simply never give up on their particular fixations, and they consider aggressive war as a entirely legitimate means to pursue their desired ends.

    • Icarus Tanović

      No, mate, key ally is in largescale chaos. And, of course that´s Saudi Arabia.

  • Bolter10

    Caos continues…

  • Tony Murphy

    The Yinon Plan. Keep Israel’s ‘neighbours’ in a state of constant debilitating warfare.

    • Bob

      And use the United States and its resources as the stick to do it with…

  • Jens Holm

    Very propagandiest version. Some things are possible others are not. I dont see any sign at all for even trying to make some peace.

    The map and the airphotos are old from where SDF`s were blamed not helping SAA, and when they came were artilleystriked by SAA and blamed for taking that bank as well as the oilfields there.

    Its impossible to me to see, that ISIS should move any troops away from Defending places slong the Eufra river. The estmimated numbers can´t be true as well unless You fx count one ISIS veteran like 5 SAA or like that.

    But even that cant be true. Most elite units of ISIS are dead as well as most of their very good Leadeership.

  • John Brown

    This 20 k ISIS 2 army will be crushed easily by the SAA. It is now 2017 not 2014. The SAA military is now much more capable and stronger then before as is Russia, Iraq and Iran and now Turkey and Qatar are on the side of Russia Syria etc. while Saudi Judea Arabia and racist supremacist Israel are all now much weaker, then in 2014. I think Egypt could soon flip all the way to this side of Russia and Turkey and join in a war against Israel should Israel start one.

  • Deo Cass

    The true cause of all the global conflicts is the Zionist luciferian entity of Israel, the proven ad-dajjal or anti-Christ.

  • John Brown

    Now that I have thought about it, it is clear that this new ISIS army is not targeted at Syria at all. With the arrests IN a SHOCKING PURGE, SAUDI KING ARRESTS BILLIONAIRE PRINCE BIN TALAL, DOZENS OF OTHERS IN CABINET CRACKDOWN. It is meant to look like this new ISIS army is to be used against Syria but it really Looks like a Saudi civil war is to be created by Israel with this New Israeli ISIS proxy army to be sent to Saudi Arabia, so its slave USSA and Israel can tighten its grip on Saudi Judea Arabia and its oil and stop them from selling oil Yuan to at least temporarily preserve the federal reserve Jewish dollar through direct Jewish control of Saudis oil fields because if the Saudis sell oil in Yuan racist supremacist Israel and its global Jewish slave empire collapses rapidly

  • Josh

    Looks like the bad guys are seriously stuck on the repeat button here. At least they did not grow an imagination while nobody was looking….

  • Mountains

    Israel and the International community should take action before it’s late. Israel won’t be able to defend itself beyond a decade. It’s now or never. Lebanon has fallen to Iran and Hezbollah that much is official and the military bases on the southern front in lebanon will follow shortly after

    • John Brown

      If Israel is surrounded by nukes it would be a good thing as there would be no more wars in the area maybe the entire planet. israel would still exist but they would have to create wealth the way a normal country does not by stealing it from others by wars etc..

  • RichardD

    Setting up a peer air offense/defense hub in DE to extend air support coverage over the eastern front will allow it to be secured with a joint Syria government coalition/Iraq alliance. The few remaining interior pockets can than be finished getting cleared out. And with the Lebanese and Iraq borders and the interior of Syria secure. The Syrian government coalition can clear the northern and southern border areas and go to work on the Golan. While the Israeli baby rapers panic and demand that their Jewmerican swamp slaves attack anybody and everybody implementing existing and pending UN and other international law resolutions against the Jew organised crime state.

  • Lazy Gamer

    Somebody is doubling down…

    And Hariri’s resignation seems forced by other circumstances. Why now? Why not at the beginning? there’s a lot of maneuvering behind the scenes.

  • The Farney Fontenoy

    “Syrian Kurds, who according to Syrian sources came to that nation as refugees”
    If Europeans had any brains they would see that what’s happening in Syria is coming to them too, some sources are predicting a catastrophic population crash for countries currently importing ‘refugees’ by 2025…. the war is coming, the West will be destroyed.

  • Brother Ma

    No dispute whatsoever for those willing to read and listen and see.
    Almost all kurds arrived in syria after 1938. Almost all were accepted as refugees by Syria and they should be thankful for it!

  • Kira Binkley

    Are the Sauds going to “establish justice” now?

  • Kira Binkley

    The U.S. is committing a new war crime? They’ll be at the ICC for decades.

    • Rodney Loder

      Ryan Dawson says all Yanks aren’t criminals, I agree, some are really Great.

      • Kira Binkley

        Who, Rodney?

        • Rodney Loder

          My mistake I thought when I wrote that like Che Guevara used to think that all US Citizens were Yankees, but after I posted I realised that Texas was in the South, I still haven’t looked up where Colorado Springs is maybe its not in Texas, I’ve been pulling up and cleaning up garlic all morning, and haven’t had time.
          Name some great Yankees,OK, let me think •••|•••! Stacey Herbert, Max is a drop kick, it’s only her mind that I think is great, KiraSEER.

          • Kira Binkley

            Never heard of her.

          • Rodney Loder

            I’m glad you’re not a Texan, because I’ve always been plagued by al-Diablo types and I’ve heard that there is a lot of them in Colorado, there was one called the High Plains Drifter the Italians called him el-Cigerato, wouldn’t even bother to take his boots off, but I trust you completely.
            It’s surprising to me that you don’t watch RT, Max Kaiser and Stacy Herbert, they are married I don’t know why they use different names, Max pushed Bitcoin for 7 years now I never invested because I once had a bank account and couldn’t verify its authenticity mainly because I was on remand finished up I got 6 months for not being able to be out and about, however had you invested 5$ when Bitcoin was 3$ it would be worth about 2million now because of the Malthusianism principle of geometric progression where a ratio effects accumulation, he said that the answer to population excessiveness was abstinence.

          • Kira Binkley

            I don’t watch TV; but I do comment on the RT English language website.
            But I gotta go now, Rodney. I’ll answer this comment tomorrow for sure. George W. Bush is a Texan.

        • Rodney Loder

          Colorado Springs looks cool, you won’t leave and I couldn’t go there.