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Mon Oct 7, 2019, 02:45 PM

Richard Engel discusses trump's move in Syria

and what it means to the Kurds.

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Reply Richard Engel discusses trump's move in Syria (Original post)
barbtries Oct 7 OP
underpants Oct 7 #1
yuiyoshida Oct 7 #2
Newest Reality Oct 7 #3
barbtries Oct 7 #5
Newest Reality Oct 7 #6
BigmanPigman Oct 7 #4

Response to barbtries (Original post)

Mon Oct 7, 2019, 02:50 PM

1. 👀

Watching later

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Response to barbtries (Original post)

Mon Oct 7, 2019, 02:56 PM

2. Well, Trump, Looks like you found your "Hitler moment"...instead of the Jews its the

KURDS. We're going to see as soon as our troops pull out...bastard needs to be IMPEACHED and Imprison for life. I would say more, but I don't want to be banned from DU>

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Response to barbtries (Original post)

Mon Oct 7, 2019, 03:00 PM

3. Terrorism

Despite all the benefits for Trump/Putin, this certainly plays into the hands of terrorists. This is recruiting material if I have ever seen it.

"America will betray you! Do not trust them! Fight them! Destroy them!"

This is a sad day that our country would be put into such a category after all that we have endured because "terrorism" was the big problem and enemy. Now, America incites it, indirectly? I count two betrayals here, us and the Kurds. Sadly, we watch, but they will suffer if the invasion continues.

Hanging head in shame.

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Response to Newest Reality (Reply #3)

Mon Oct 7, 2019, 04:55 PM

5. i agree.

same with migrants. jailed children, torn up families. will they forget what the US did to them in their hour of need?

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Response to barbtries (Reply #5)

Mon Oct 7, 2019, 05:08 PM

6. Yes,

When you add all that to it, it is a horrible legacy that will ring and echo throughout the World.

I think of everything as completely interdependent and interconnected. We cans even see that from our history of neglect and lack of concern for our impact on the environment and how that works out in a cumulative way. In that sense, the same applies to society, culture and the minds and hearts of people.

The paradigm has to change for us to survive as a species. No more fantasies about the rugged individual as some sort of separated, hermetically sealed, independent unit. It's a total delusion and we see it playing out on many levels and in several ways.

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Response to barbtries (Original post)

Mon Oct 7, 2019, 04:30 PM

4. Genocide by the Turks and a return of Isis....

all as a distraction from the impeachment of a traitor. Blood will be on his hands (more blood that is).

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