Jan 17

Syria-2011-2015

Syria 4 Years On: Shocking Images Of A Post-US-Intervention Nation:

While US intervention in its various forms has likely been ongoing for decades, March 2011 is often cited as the start of foreign involvement in the Syrian Civil War (refering to political, military and operational support to parties involved in the ongoing conflict in Syria, as well as active foreign involvement).

Since then the nation has collapsed into chaos with an endless array of superlatives possible to describe the economic and civilian carnage that has ensued.

However, while a picture can paint a thousand words, these four shocking images describe a canvas of US foreign policy “success” that few in the mainstream media would be willing to expose…

Mission un-accomplished?

 

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3 Responses to “Syria 4 Years On: Shocking Images Of A Post-US-Intervention Nation”

  1. squodgy Says:

    OK they are Russian, but it’s not inconceivable that other developed Nations are already developing them.

    As a follow on from the drones I guess this is inevitable, and presumably as the software develops they will get more reliable, efficient and effective in the field.

    But this is also a very disturbing development from the point of view of domestic policing and its logical progression for the implementation of Martial Law and the inevitable Police State of the Orwellian kind as power drunk Governments are instructed to implement the controls for the elite banksters.

    Once again, shades of the embryo of Cameron’s “Terminator” ripple through the imagination.

  2. squodgy Says:

    Doh!

    https://www.superstation95.com/index.php/world/783

  3. squodgy Says:

    The future, and a plausible explanation for allowing the immigration crisis.

    There are just too many old people, and intelligent people are thinking twice before producing offspring destined to suffer in an Orwellian/Huxleyan slave world.

    http://www.zerohedge.com/news/2016-01-18/demographic-doldrums-visualizing-100-years-most-populous-countries

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