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US, British and French Forces Launch Air Strikes on Syria

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... Technically this was the second such operation on Trump's watch.  Its described as being twice as large as the first strike.

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7 minutes ago, Kasanova King said:

This was a "one off and done" attack on their chemical weapons facilities.  Why would anyone think this is some sort of "conspiracy"?  You really think that the UN is going to make it up so that they can launch a few missiles at Syria?

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UN did not have any part in this...

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1 hour ago, -Jaro- said:

UN did not have any part in this...

Stop dodging the question. Do you think that the US, the UK, and France made up some sort of conspiracy so they could launch a few missiles, at a few Syrian targets....for a total of maybe 2 hours? 

 

And the UN was involved...at least after the fact, and they denied Russia's claim during the emergency security council session Russia had asked for. Basically, the UN approved of the strike.

 

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43 minutes ago, soon said:

... Technically this was the second such operation on Trump's watch.  Its described as being twice as large as the first strike.

Good.  Hopefully they did twice as much damage to Syria's ability to use chemical weapons. 

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24 minutes ago, Kasanova King said:

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Stop dodging the question. Do you think that the US, the UK, and France made up some sort of conspiracy so they could launch a few missiles, at a few Syrian targets....for a total of maybe 2 hours? 

 

And the UN was involved...at least after the fact, and they denied Russia's claim during the emergency security council session Russia had asked for....basically, the UN approved of the strike.

 

OK. You're right I am wrong. You have 1st person info and I don't want discuss gepolitics on GNR forum any further...

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