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Putin and Assad are on our side, says new UKIP leader Nuttall

Tuesday, November 29, 2016 4:26
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So goes and article in The Times.

So this is true, is it not?

The Middle East is complicated beyond belief. However, the West has been backing so-called moderate groups in Syria, most of which  have turned out to be terrorist groups.

The US has been bombing mainly ISIS, which is also what Assad has been doing. So have Hezbollah and Iran and Iraq – a coalition of the awkward!

Wow, this is some mess, the main backers of ISIS are Saudi, Turkey and the Gulf States, however they have backed off in recent months.

It is a complete shower of a situation, in Aleppo people are being both bombed by the Government and also held hostage as human shields by terrorists – what a terrible place to be in all respects.

Putin of course has his own ends in mind, mainly to get a Syrian base and keep some Middle East influence, he is hardly in it for a greater good in which he does not believe.

Assad is a murderous bastard too who was the original cause of this by allowing his people to starve despite Syria having more than enough resources to enable a functioning state.

Given where we are though, the quicker ISIS is destroyed and peace returned to Syria and Northern Iraq, the quicker the deaths will end.

There re no good guys to back in this awful situation.

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