Right on the heels of America’s military intervention against Syria and hawkish allegations President Bashar Assad employed chemical agents to flush out Wahhabi-inspired militants in Idlib, ISIS reverted to its religious cleansing activities.
The US, unlike the UN, is the ultimate guarantor of human rights, says John Hajjar of the American MidEast Coalition for Trump. However, we see the bad results of US world policing in Afghanistan, Iraq, Libya, argues investigative journalist Rick Sterling.
Today, many erstwhile Trump supporters are suffering shell-shock after the Republican leader, who pledged like a populist on the campaign trail to scale back the US military’s overseas footprint, instead took US aggression to the next insane level.
US statements blaming the Syrian government for the chemical attack in Idlib closely resemble the claims the US made about the weapons of mass destruction (WMD) possessed by Iraq in 2003, the Syrian president’s senior advisor told RT.
US Secretary of State Rex Tillerson, nicknamed T-Rex, was in Moscow this week roaring with an ultimatum and threats of isolating Russia. After hours of intense talks, the American meekly quit the Russian capital, more like a wounded vegetable-munching sauropod.