Our bases will be in Kuwait, an Islamic state, while our airstrikes will support largely fundamentalist Islamic forces.
The idea of an ISIS lunatic cutting off your head at the local mall is enough to put anyone off shopping.
US Secretary of State John Kerry calls the leadership deal a ‘triumph of statesmanship and compromise.’ That’s one hell of a spin.
What upsets me is not that masked clowns threaten, but that our media would broadcast it, and pundits would then add their gravitas.
The fascist connections to Poroshenko’s government are something that Western media have chosen to gloss over since the first clashes of the revolution.
Canadian troops are now tasked with training a militia whose purpose is to create their own state—one that could destabilize a NATO ally.
Baird insisted the government is committed to revitalizing a new, inclusive authority in Baghdad. This, of course, was something the US spent over a decade attempting.
With no Western country wanting to send troops to Iraq, NATO has instead decided to flood the Kurds with weapons, and Canada is leading that initiative.
In the rush to dehumanize not only Assad, Gaddafi and Saddam but also any of their loyal supporters, virtually no attention was paid to those who were rising up against them.
The irony of all this chest thumping over Putin’s blatant aggression is that NATO redrew the map of Europe in 1999.