Posts Tagged ‘refugees’

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“Tens of thousands of Syrian children—children no different than your grandmother, whose lives have been marred by a war they did not choose—rely on your sense of compassion.”
Alternet preaches on Syria

 

This is far too sick.

Obama murdered half a million Syrians and you assholes said nothing while it was happening. You said nothing about his demonstrable lies and propaganda, from massacres perpetrated by his terror proxies to be blamed on the government, to chemical weapons used by his terror proxies and blamed on the government, to the “tens of thousands of tons of weapons” arming Al Qaeda and ISIS from his good friends the Saudis and Qataris.

You assholes killed those children.

You.

I’ve been exposing it since 2012.

http://www.foreignpolicyjournal.com/2012/06/22/syria-the-first-casualty/

http://intpolicydigest.org/2015/11/29/why-isis-exists-the-double-game/

 

Americans think…

Posted: January 29, 2017 in -, Joe Giambrone
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…accepting a few refugees makes up for destroying entire regions.

And that they don’t have to keep their own leaders accountable no matter what they do, nor how many they kill. It doesn’t matter if Obama and his CIA burned Syria to the ground, as long as we look like we care.

#hypocrites #demexit

http://intpolicydigest.org/2015/11/29/why-isis-exists-the-double-game/

 

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Trump’s Team of Far Right Hawks & Era of “Fake News”

 

PNAC Revisited

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Turkish Police Arrest An Israeli Man For Trafficking Organs of Syrian Refugees

 

 

In this photo provided by UNHCR officials and taken on Thursday, Aug. 15, 2013. Syrian refugees cross the border toward Iraq at Peshkhabour border point at Dahuk, 260 miles (430 kilometers) northwest of Baghdad, Iraq.  The UN High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) has set up an emergency transit camp in Irbil, where around 2,000 refugees are camping out and UNHCR officials say some thousands of refugees have been streaming into northern Iraq, many coming across a newly-constructed pontoon bridge over the Tigris River at Peshkhabour. (AP Photo/HO)