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#628187 09/10/19 04:46 PM
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Thanks to Turkey and condoned by Trump (big mouth but small balls if any)

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Abandoning the Kurds is a disgrace, however the U.S have a history of this.Disgraceful.


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Originally Posted By lumba
Abandoning the Kurds is a disgrace, however the U.S have a history of this.Disgraceful.


Spot on lumbs.

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Moan when they interfere, moan when they go home.

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Originally Posted By wilkij1975
Moan when they interfere, moan when they go home.


And there's the problem. They interfere and leave an almighty mess behind them then go home.

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As far as I understand they went to help rid them of ISIS. The problem wasnít if their making and what they went to do is done. Should they have just let the Kurds try and fight them back? Is it the USís responsibility to rebuild Syria after Al Assad, ISIS etc. destroyed it? Not really sure what you want from them?

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Originally Posted By wilkij1975
As far as I understand they went to help rid them of ISIS. The problem wasnít if their making and what they went to do is done. Should they have just let the Kurds try and fight them back? Is it the USís responsibility to rebuild Syria after Al Assad, ISIS etc. destroyed it? Not really sure what you want from them?


To mind their own business.

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So they shouldíve let ISIS run wild out there? Iíd suggest itís more damned if they do damned if they donít.

This wasnít a problem of their making and have helped get rid of one of the nastiest group of mentalists thereís been yet still you moan. Just an excuse to have a go.

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Originally Posted By wilkij1975
So they shouldíve let ISIS run wild out there? Iíd suggest itís more damned if they do damned if they donít.

This wasnít a problem of their making and have helped get rid of one of the nastiest group of mentalists thereís been yet still you moan. Just an excuse to have a go.


and how exactly did ISIS come into existence?

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So they shouldíve let ISIS run wild out there? Iíd suggest itís more damned if they do damned if they donít.

This wasnít a problem of their making and have helped get rid of one of the nastiest group of mentalists thereís been yet still you moan. Just an excuse to have a go.


and how exactly did ISIS come into existence?


ISIS came into existence because of the illegal war Bush and Blair started in Iraq, when the Saddam regime was defeated there were a lot of armed Sunni soldiers who were left behind and were not integrated in the US backed government. They ended up creating ISIS.

Turkey/Erdogan does not want powerful Kurds and he basically told Trump he was moving in and didn't want US troops to get involved. For whatever reasons Trump just bent. Now let's see what Europe including UK does when its ISIS nationals return, would be interesting. The US will be much less impacted so Europe should have stepped in, but then they rely too much on the US for their army. That's why a European army would have made sense. They understand now that they cannot keep on relying on US. The Kurds will just be the collateral damage but nothing new there

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