Well, Well, Well

by | Nov 28, 2019

More revelations that the media narrative over the past years on Syria is false.

We knew the truth this whole time.  But we’re starting to get the “sanity check” on why the media narrative was stuck in la-la land.  Because they’re no-good dirty liars.

Let’s complete our “check” for the time being: Syria was destabilized deliberately by Western and Gulf Arab powers who aggressively funneled money, fighters, and weapons into the country.  It is not the case that “Assad murdered 200,000 of his own people.”

Assad is like an arsonist who goes to burn down a building or two, and the CIA et al. are the Air Force coming in after to dump napalm and gas all over the city for months on end.  That’s what happened in Syria.  Ah, but barrel bombs!!!  Barrel!  Bombs!

We all know about Bush’s crap Iraq war.  We can barely get anyone to talk about Obama’s BS aggression in Libya and Yemen, to the point where even anti-Trump folks won’t talk about Yemen.  But the greatest sin of all is probably what happened in Syria.  Straight treason, probably.  By both sides of the aisle.

Yeah, but remember Syrians are Islamist monster killer heartless evil bad guy satanists.  My spec ops Army cousin told me that.  Ooh-rah, better over there than over here.  The villagers cry tears of joy when they see the stars and stripes roll into town.

About Zack Sorenson

Zachary Sorenson was a captain in the United States Air Force before quitting because of a principled opposition to war. He received a MBA from Waseda University in Tokyo, Japan as class valedictorian. He also has a BA in Economics and a BS in Computer Science.

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