Someone should’ve told Obama, “be careful what you wish for.” It’s been his wish—and his mission, from day one, to reduce America’s military power and influence in the world to a minimum. Something like the clout and prestige of Iceland would be about right, in his estimation.
Unfortunately, a major feature of the Obama psyche is a craving for respect, even adulation, from others. But let’s face it: the president of Iceland doesn’t take up much space on the world stage.
So, our dear leader must be in a fugue over Putin’s recent treatment of him: moving armed forces into Syria, then dispatching a three-star general to our embassy in Iraq bearing a démarche—formal diplomatic notice—that American air and ground forces are requested to depart from Syria before air strikes commence. Their targets have been the U.S.-supported rebels who’ve been trying to topple Syria’s Assad since 2011; though the Russians did hit Raqqa, ISIS’s home base on Friday, the third day of strikes.
Sadly, the American people have to depend upon Obama and his Revolutionary Guard: the Media, for information on Syria, and all they’ve gotten is Taqiyya—a mainstay in the Muslim science of deception.
But Putin’s actions have exposed the truth: Obama has no legal standing to be in Syria, and Putin does—the latter is responding to a request from his ally, the president of Syria, what’s left of it after four years of Obama “foreign policy,” trying to unseat Assad with a ragtag band of rebels who can’t decide whether to topple Assad or join ISIS.
Obama’s allies in Syria are a horde of militant fronts, including outright terrorist groups like al Qaeda–faction al Nusra, which the Middle East Monitor reported has pledged “allegiance to the Islamic State (ISIS),” and Jaysh al-Muhajirin wa al-Ansar, “which seeks to establish an Islamic state in Syria. It’s “led by Chechen jihadist … Omar al-Shishani, who has aligned himself with ISIS.”—BBC.com
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