Sometimes good timing can be great timing

A Russian ally Assad (ahem: a reformer who was controlled and got the chemicals out) facility goes boom, thanks to 59 cruise missiles. How interesting that it took place when Xi Jinping is in town, and talk will be about North Korea — another place that needs to go boom soon. Mr. Xi will no doubt be listening with greater interest as of today. And we note that the Sunni king of Jordan and the Egyptian president both had very nice things to say about a guy who is clearly anti Iran and pro traditional gulf allies. If he can get the Saudis to stop proselytizing in favor of horrible Wahhabi sharia, it could be a great four years done within 90 days.

Question: what happens to the Putin conspiracy narrative, since these recent moves are 180 degrees against Russia?

2 Responses to “Sometimes good timing can be great timing”

  1. Bosun Says:

    Time will tell, but I’m afraid he’s in way over his head. How out of 330 million people did we end up with the choice of Hillary or trump? Way past time to declare victory and get out of the Middle East and Afghanistan. What’s trump going to do, borrow more money to fight more wars? Off and rolling on being a one termer. Can you say FALSE FLAG?

  2. feeblemind Says:

    Is there a link where it is explained how bombing Syria was in the National interest? Because I just don’t see it.

    Is it good policy to bomb one country to ‘send a message’ to another?

    If Assad survives, he won’t forget this. Don’t know if he will ever be able to hit us back by use of proxies but he now has an incentive to do so.

    It would be very interesting to know how the decision to launch the cruise missiles was made. Did Trump act on the advice of generals, senior diplomats and aides or was this his idea?

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