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While we have Theresa Mayhem working as the US’ puppet, we also thankfully have a rational human being acting on the simple fact that is the state Libya and Iraq are in today.

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Corbyn has been very quiet on the role played by Russia in Syria or anywhere in general, were it the US and he'd been going apoplectic. That's political relativism, were the Americans bombing Syria the way Russians have and he wouldn't shut up about it. All the dying children and all that, with his fans nodding in approval at what a caring bloke he is...
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Corbyn has been very quiet on the role played by Russia in Syria or anywhere in general, were it the US and he'd been going apoplectic. That's political relativism, were the Americans bombing Syria the way Russians have and he wouldn't shut up about it. All the dying children and all that, with his fans nodding in approval at what a caring bloke he is...
Dude stop watching mainstream media omgggg mate. There is no evidence to suggest Russia has been bombing innocent civilians. And if you’re going to bring up the fact that they’ve vetoed all investigations into this, it’s justified. Why will you allow international intelligence personel (bearing in mind there’s an ongoing feud between the West and Russia) to carry out investigations. Perfect opportunity to tamper with evidence. Lastly why would Assad bomb his own citizens when he’s basically winning the war. Moreover, knowing this provides a red flag for the US to ATTACK???? Just THINK for god’s sake.
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Dude stop watching mainstream media omgggg mate. There is no evidence to suggest Russia has been bombing innocent civilians. And if you’re going to bring up the fact that they’ve vetoed all investigations into this, it’s justified. Why will you allow international intelligence personel (bearing in mind there’s an ongoing feud between the West and Russia) to carry out investigations. Perfect opportunity to tamper with evidence. Lastly why would Assad bomb his own citizens when he’s basically winning the war. Moreover, knowing this provides a red flag for the US to ATTACK???? Just THINK for god’s sake.
are you posting from St Petersburg ?
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I support Corbyn, we don't need anymore misplaced people.
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Corbyn has been very quiet on the role played by Russia in Syria or anywhere in general, were it the US and he'd been going apoplectic. That's political relativism, were the Americans bombing Syria the way Russians have and he wouldn't shut up about it. All the dying children and all that, with his fans nodding in approval at what a caring bloke he is...
Russia was invited by the Syrian government, the United States was not.
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Dude stop watching mainstream media omgggg mate.
So... who dunnit? Or did it ever happen, what is the real media saying?
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So... who dunnit? Or did it ever happen, what is the real media saying?
I wouldn’t bother mate. She has a go at you for following the “main stream media” while she quotes sky news in her OP.
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are you posting from St Petersburg ?
Jokes old find a new one cretin
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Jokes old find a new one cretin
you are a rude one
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(Original post by icequeenTM)
While we have Theresa Mayhem working as the US’ puppet, we also thankfully have a rational human being acting on the simple fact that is the state Libya and Iraq are in today.

https://news.sky.com/story/jeremy-co...rikes-11326596
Good in him. I’m not a big fan of his but it seems he is the only one with any common sense.
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you are a rude one
I don’t understand her point. She says MPs should vote because of Iraq and Libya, but yet MPs voted on both of those.
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I don’t understand her point. She says MPs should vote because of Iraq and Libya, but yet MPs voted on both of those.
it is all very mysterious :rolleyes:
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Really not a fan of us getting involved in another conflict. Assad has pretty much won the civil war most moderate opposition against him has collapsed, who would we even be supporting if we did invade or take militairy action?
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(Original post by zhog)
Corbyn has been very quiet on the role played by Russia in Syria or anywhere in general, were it the US and he'd been going apoplectic. That's political relativism, were the Americans bombing Syria the way Russians have and he wouldn't shut up about it. All the dying children and all that, with his fans nodding in approval at what a caring bloke he is...
Funny, you could say the same about Theresa May and Saudi Arabia.
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Really not a fan of us getting involved in another conflict. Assad has pretty much won the civil war most moderate opposition against him has collapsed, who would we even be supporting if we did invade or take militairy action?
That’s the issue. The Syrian Kurds are the only faction who are remotely viable, but they are getting a battering from the Turks.
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Russia was invited by the Syrian government, the United States was not.
That's very true.
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Really not a fan of us getting involved in another conflict. Assad has pretty much won the civil war most moderate opposition against him has collapsed, who would we even be supporting if we did invade or take militairy action?
Any 'moderates' in the country quickly became refugees in Lebanon, Jordan, Turkey and the EU.
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That’s the issue. The Syrian Kurds are the only faction who are remotely viable, but they are getting a battering from the Turks.
No way Turkey sits idly back and allows the kurds to form their little state next to their borders, if they do there is nothing stopping the kurds in turkey joining with the kurdishstate so I highly doubt the kurds are going to be a viable fighting force for long; if they go there is no moderate opposition to support.
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Funny, you could say the same about Theresa May and Saudi Arabia.
That's very true, albeit on a different scale. Most things political are relative.
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