JP Cusick wrote:
In Syria the rebels or the opposition does not even have electricity unless the USA allows it by not bombing the infrastructure.
If the US had as much control as you say, why do the rebels / opposition even exist? Why are they not all dead? ISIS have control of whole regions at one time. They are losing but still hold a large chunk of Syria and Iraq.
There is not even any real ISIS because they do not have any headquarters and no real leadership, they have no army, and the USA is simply bombing civilians while calling them as terrorist when they are not terrorizing anyone.
Where are you getting that from?
And yet Americans think they are publishing a magazine and chatting over the internet, because after 15 years the massive American military can not seem to murder all of them.
Puts a hole in your conspiracy theory doesn't it?
The status quo is Bashar al-Assad.
Right, so why aren't the Russian exposing the US?
China is getting rich as the fastest growing economy, and China is arming itself so that the USA will never do to it as being done in Syria and Afghanistan and Iraq.
And I imagine that China and other Countries are saying a lot able the American war mongering, just as the best links that I can find come from the BBC because the British are much better informed then are the American people.
Then why aren't the Brits and Chinese exposing the US? You keep saying more and more stuff but never got round to explaining why others aren't exposing the US.
Russia does have the same agenda as the USA.
They both seek money and power and territory and access to oil and military conquest, and of course to murder as many Muslims as they can.
But they are in competition, even if their aim are the same.
Yes that was the same Kurdish attack.
The Kurds are backed by the American military.
See the BBC link I gave in my previous comment.
Where the hell are you getting that from? Nothing in that link said the Kurds were responsible for the attack in June.
" The unrest in Syria, part of a wider wave of 2011 Arab Spring protests, grew out of discontent with the Assad government and escalated to an armed conflict after protests calling for his removal were violently suppressed.
Where exactly are you getting "the USA called the Syrian people as ISIL and ISIS and murdered them by the hundreds of thousands" from that passage?