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By David Vance On April 15th, 2018

Lock and load, right?


8 Responses to “SEND IN THE MISSILES….”

  1. David left out the context for the image in this post (I am sure unintentionally)

    It is from a February 8th Newsweek article


  2. If he posted nothing you would complain, and he has been against this missile strike from the beginning.

  3. this lil girl, could be yours tells me story?
    is she a paid crisis actor ?

    Syria ‘chemical attack’: Girl seen in hospital video speaks


  4. The communist Morning Star channels Putin (as always), and Rightworld. Strange bedfellows? Maybe not, I suspect there are a few hereabouts who want to believe this bilge so much that they have convinced themselves it’s true:

    “MOSCOW claimed today to have “irrefutable” evidence that an alleged chemical attack in Syria was staged by foreign intelligence agents pursuing a “Russophobic campaign.”

    Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov told a press conference that an unnamed country was leading a campaign against Russia. “We have irrefutable evidence that it was another staging and the special services of a state which is in the forefront of the Russophobic campaign had a hand in the staging,” he said.”

    Russian Defence Ministry spokesman Igor Konashenkov accused Britain of staging the attack. “We have … evidence that proves Britain was directly involved in organising this provocation,” he said.


  5. Remarkable. I post a link showing the US had NO evidence for the previous missile strike and no-one even comments on THAT.

  6. There is a difference between no evidence and no definitive forensic evidence.

  7. Whoops?


  8. jude, on April 15th, 2018 at 10:23 PM Said:

    this lil girl, could be yours tells me story?
    is she a paid crisis actor ?


    I’m just wondering whether this girl could possibly be a crisis actor……….


    Those burns on the face of a girl in Yemen were made by shells provided to Saudi Arabia (the aggressor) from the US


    Saudi Arabia appears to be using U.S.-supplied white phosphorus munitions in its war in Yemen, based on images and videos posted to social media, raising concerns among human rights groups that the highly incendiary material could be used against civilians.

    Russia now has the right to attack the locations in Saudi Arabia where those chemical weapons are stored.

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