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Saturday, September 26, 2015

Obama's Pentagon: Russia fighting ISIS will strengthen ISIS

Retard Alert!
  • American Policy Explained  -  According to Dear Leader's Pentagon if you dare to fight against ISIS you will only strengthen ISIS.  That explains U.S. foreign policy in a nut shell.  Thank God Putin does not listen.
  • Am I the only one who thinks we are ruled by retards?

(International Business Times)  -  U.S. Defense Secretary Ashton Carter warned Thursday that Russia’s expanded military presence in Syria could worsen the conflict and empower the Islamic State group.
Speaking at a Pentagon briefing, Carter said that Moscow’s buildup in Syria could “pour gasoline on the (ISIS) phenomenon,” because of their backing of one of the extremist group’s top enemies -- the embattled government of Syrian President Bashar Assad.
Carter’s statements came after U.S. officials announced that President Barack Obama’s administration was pushing for a deal with Russia on both Syria and Ukraine, and that the topics would be the focus of talks next week between Obama and his Russian counterpart Vladimir Putin.
“To pursue the defeat of ISIL without at the same time pursuing a political transition is to fuel the very kind of extremism that underlies ISIL, and if that’s the Russian view that’s a logical contradiction,” Carter said. “And the way out of that contradiction is to pursue both of those in parallel. And on that basis I think we’re prepared to discuss a way ahead with Russia where the political and the military move in parallel.”
The Russian president confirmed that he intends to keep Assad in power. “There is no other solution to the Syrian crisis than strengthening the effective government structures and rendering them help in fighting terrorism. But at the same time, urging them to engage in positive dialogue with the rational opposition and conduct reform,” Putin told Charlie Rose in a CBS interview published Thursday. “It's only the Syrian people who are entitled to decide who should govern their country and how.”
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