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Thursday, October 8, 2015

Is Russia's military better than ours??? Or is it the west had a different policy, than they where telling us?

In One Week, Russian Airstrikes Destroyed Forty Percent of ISIS’s Infrastructure

Syria’s Ambassador to Russia Riad Haddad said that around 40 percent of Islamic State infrastructure in Syria has been destroyed since Russia began its military operation in the country.
Around 40 percent of Islamic State infrastructure in Syria has been destroyed since Russia began its military operation in the country, Syria’s Ambassador to Russia Riad Haddad told Sputnik on Wednesday.
“According to our data, about 40 percent [was destroyed]. In addition, a lot of terrorists have been killed. Now, they are retreating toward the Turkish border, as this country has traditionally provided them with protection,” Haddad said
Not taking this as truth, but if it is, and not propaganda, we in the west will look extremely weak or it will seem that we where not telling the whole truth and secretly siding with terrorists. Taking decades to destroy terrorism....Either way, if Russia succeeds in just a few months to destroy terrorists, many more of our so called allies in the area will side with Russia.
Them we might end up in an all out war between the Shias and the Sunnis... Dragging us into it.

The other thing that seems to be obvious is, after what happened in Iraq and Libya, and the non ending war in Afghanistan, maybe, for the moment, it is better to leave the secular governments in place, because if Syria's government falls, the so called Free Syrian army(if it ever did existed since they are allies with al qaida) will be wiped out by al nusra and isis, and we will have another base for terrorism....
Maybe what Russia is doing is better survival policy than the one we have, which seems to be to install more and more Islamic radicals in some of these states, eventually this will come back to bite us in the ass.
Just saying.

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