Quote:President Obama is sending a small number of Special Operations troops to northern Syria[...]
Russian President Vladimir Putin said he has ordered his country’s military to strike Islamic State forces, but White House officials said that the Russians are indiscriminately targeting all rebel forces arrayed against the regime. [...]
Read more: washingtonpost.com
In other words, team IMF still thinks they can topple Assad with 5 or 6 so called "moderate terrorists" if they can actually find them and give them weapons and Toyotas... uh huh.
So they will once again, be in the business of attempting to topple a legitimate government, operating uninvited in a hostile region.
What is the definition of doing the same thing over and over and expecting different results? *ahem*
I guess there are 50 or so more American lives team IMF has deemed expendable.
In response to this latest round of dubious developments, Russia had this to say:
Quote:Russia has warned of the risk of a "proxy war" in the Middle East after the US said it would send special forces to Syria.Read more: bbc.com
So, this could signal a real crap storm, or will this be benign and will they actually fight ISIS with the Russians?
It's been shown that all the IMF pawns want is Assad ousted and a central bank put in.
There's a lot of blah blah about human rights and such that are an obvious meaningless excuse to get the bank in there.
Until now, there has been no good reason to eliminate ISIS from the equation until Russia made more progress in a few days than the west made in a year, which has tremendous worldwide support and left team banking cartel with egg on their faces.
I hope for the best, but expect the worst. It always goes bad when there are ulterior motives behind these shenanigans, but if there is one thing the west has learned from failed foreign policy, it's that the west learns nothing from failed foreign policy.