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October 18, 2015 / Fantelius

Elegant Bitches of Iron

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Tony Cartalucci writes about the Syrian conflict in ICH, Oct. 17, 2015

To call it a civil war is a gross mischaracterization. The entire conflict was engineered and fueled from beyond Syria’s borders. … the principle agents driving the conflict are foreigners. They include special interests in the United States … and regional players including Turkey, Saudi Arabia, Qatar, and Israel.

Calling it a civil war is a gross mischaracterization, but so is calling it a conflict. It’s war of aggression. 100s of 1000s of deaths, giga destruction and a tsunami of refugees cannot be confined within a ”conflict”.

Note ”the principle agents driving the conflict”. How bad can IS be compared to this nightmare team of tyrants?

War is the deadliest and most destructive enterprise conducted by humans. It requires enormous resources and energy. The positive side of this worse of all possible endeavors is that right and wrong dance before our eyes. The difference between good and bad stand out with blood splattered clarity.

The war in Syria is also a history lesson in real time.

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  1. sayedhusaini / Oct 18 2015 4:23 pm

    I believe everyone is missing the point. All homegrown indigenous efforts are conviniently hijacked by the imperalists. Let that be, WW2, Korean war, Vietnam, in North Africa (Somalia, Mali, etc.), Central and South East Asia (Afghanistan, Chechnya, etc), Eastern Europe (Bosnia, Kosova, etc.), South America, etc.The quoted comment, though partially correct, but failed to include Russia, Iran, etc. This shows hypocrisy and bias against the indigneous movements, which is expectedly shared by the neighboring and overseas known imperialists.For me I still pray and wish for the success of the indeginuous rebel movements except those who are planted or supported by both Eastern and Western imperialists and their local stooges.

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    • Fantelius / Oct 19 2015 3:26 am

      Thanks Sayedhusaini. I agree completely and I’ve been dealing with this in several posts.

  2. camelien / Oct 18 2015 12:12 pm

    In your list of the principle agents driving the conflict, you left out the dumbed-down of Harperland.

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