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Reblogged: The UK’s illegal bombing in Syria seems to be confined to destroying oil wells rather than fighting the ISIS terrorists

Outstanding blog on the actual reasons behind the renewed NATO air-strikes against Syria:

“This time the plan – at least judging from the outcomes – is to destroy Syria.”

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Why the US, France and Britain are destroying Syria

Since Russia stepped up to the plate, suddenly western countries can’t wait to bomb ISIS. Are they now there to get the job done? Or are they there to stop Russia increasing its influence, and to make sure it doesn’t succeed where they failed?

The world is falling over itself to bomb Syria.

The following statement from Reuters summarizes the situation: “Most of the world’s powers are now flying combat missions over Iraq and Syria against Islamic State. But any consensus on how to proceed has been thwarted by opposing policies over the 4-year-old civil war in Syria, which has killed 250,000 people, driven 11 million from their homes, left swathes of territory in the hands of jihadist fighters and defied all diplomatic efforts at a solution.”

While it may seem to the outside observer that this catalogue of mayhem is…

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