Western leaders consider tougher sanctions on Russia and Syria after gas attack

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  1. litwin

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    what Muscovites are gonna do? its clear that they can not support Assad anymore, without hardcore confrontation with the Free-World, Turkey, Israel , and Sunni- world. Muscovite kleptocracy has believed that they will dictate to USA forever like they did it in Syria last 4 years. so whats new?

    http://www.smh.com.au/world/western...d-syria-after-gas-attack-20170410-gvi6g9.html
     
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    Ahahaha .... At a time when the "collective west" is fanning its cheeks, demanding the continuation of existing sanctions and imposing additional sanctions against Russia, well-known businessmen who are hard to suspect of incompetence and no inclined to reckless actions continue to invest in the Russian economy.
    For example. According to the American edition of Forbes, Jim Rogers, formerly a colleague of George Soros in the investment bank Arnhold and S. Bleichroder, and then a partner in the Quantum Fund, decided to invest heavily in Russian agriculture.
    Rogers, who has a wealth of investment experience and is known as a world-class financial consultant, has already acquired stakes in several large Russian companies - Aeroflot, the Moscow Stock Exchange, and FosAgro, the largest fertilizer producer in Russia. In "FosAgro" Jim Rogers became a member of the board of directors.
    A few more years of such sanctions and, it is likely, in the queue of foreign investors wishing to invest their money in the Russian economy, we will see the very same George Soros, who has worked all his life on the disintegration of Russia.:roflol::roflol::roflol:
     
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    Well they have considered the demand for more sanctions from Boris and as I expected have said no. They also think that it would be a good idea to wait until there has been more clarification on the chemical attack before anything else is decided and that 'isolating or putting Russia into a corner' would be wrong.

    G7 rejects UK call for sanctions against Russia and Syria
     
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    one for sure west will not talk with assadits , and never listen Muscovy, Iran ...we will see soon a lot of action there ...
     
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    Litwin, sooner pechenegs burn Kiev, than Musco-

    Oh, right - we're in XXI century.
     
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    Anexate the Baltic states? :headbang:
     
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    Name an example when even sovok (which was 20 times bigger then Muscovy) has annexated a NATO country?
     
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    Litwin;

    1- There will be NO confrontation between Turkiye and Russia. You'll understand soon, hopefully on 17th of this month.
    2- Are these "tougher sanctions" promising any steps towards Mr. REXXON Tillerson's "very hard earned" privileges in the Arctric of Rus?
     
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    This chemical weapons being off limits is a waste of time. bullets, rockets, chemicals, what difference does it make? i think the west is scared of having a major weapon 'on the other side' like they have nukes, yes? i mean, nukes are far worse than chemicals - chocking to death of melting, hey?

    Then, the likeliness of terror coming to russia is very slim, as no arabs are welcome there. this means they can relax regarding the threat of terror in russia, and they are only helping syria due to some other reason. if russia wants to kill i.s.i.s. then that is good, yes?

    Maybe if the near east was to put forwards some quite suport for syria, it would make the mighty americans see that, "lo, the enemy has at least one friend. wow. it is not like us with the whole world singing praises for us as we ignore places like burma and somalia, among others, to fight a popular war that will get us votes. if we go there then the media will be able to film us posturing in front of our futuristic weapons."

    It is a sad day when the americans actually get involved in something like this. the reasons are obvious if seen clearly.
     
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    That's how we roll:

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    It's funny how you force yourself repeating the same nonsense over and over again while you've already been told in detail that Turkiyes realities are different. Facts don't change when you close your eyes to them. Erdogan is NOT commander in chief. He's just a pro-US leader. I'm so sorry but you seriously don't have much information about Turkiye.
     
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    i see, when you guys (geo-strategists) are planing come to power? correct me if i am wrong, sunni - -Muslim turkey (majority) supports attack on Alawite dictator and the shias , specially after they saw the videos of gas - attack , right?
     
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    So... Tempted...

    But I must resist, and remain distant from mere mockery. Even if I am really-really-really tempted.
     
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    I don't think Rogers could have foreseen what happened in the last week, Trump was all BFF with Russia just over a month ago, many investors would have seen that as a green flag. I'm thinking he's popping a pill every two hours atm to keep his heart palpitations under control.... no one really knows where we are going to be 6 months from now.. pfft make that a month from now.
     
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    Where do you get that sort of bs from? We got pollsters working in the field regularly. At least 70% is AGAINST the US plans in Syria (some results show 80% disapproval) More than 60% think Assad is the only way to keep Syria as a unitary state. Same portion believes unitary Syria is definitely in Turkiye's favor.

    Great majority of the population, don't care about the sects. The main reason for that is Turkish Anatolian religious culture and traditions were shaped by Mevlana's views. Not by imams of the middle east. Alawites can marry to sunnis freely. People have tons of relatives from whole bunch of different sects and there are millions like that. We are a secular nation.

    AKP tries to use sectarian arguments on the stage but sends officers to Assad behind closed doors because they know their sectarian arguments are not embraced by the majority. 80% of Akp voters say they vote for Akp because they build roads and have brought financial stability back. Nobody gives a damn to their sectarianism.

    If even a small part had seriously cared about it the US would have already managed to creat deep divisions back in the 70s when almost every single day first Alawite citizens and then following that random sunni mosques were getting targeted. People knew who were behind those attacks even back then (google operation gladio turkey or counter-guerilla). Thats why we managed to stick together. Majority of my people don't get politicized with stupid and divisive sectarian views.

    So, since Turkish nation does not define itself by any sectarian identity they dont care about sects as Arabs or Persians do. Azerbaijan is your answer there. 98% of Azerbaijan is Shia muslim whereas 98% Turkiye is Sunni muslim. Both sides (Turkiye and Azerbaijan) have one motto: "we are 1 nation 2 states". (google it) Why is that? Because neither Azerbaijani Turks nor Turkiye Turks give a single flying f_uck to sects. Because both are Turks and Turks are not Arabs, nor Farsi. Arabs and Farsi are very close friends to us not because their religion but because our common history. Turks define themselves only by 1 thing: NATIONALITY! You don't believe me? Go to ANY Azerbaijani forum and tell what I just told you.

    You got a lot to learn about us litwo..!
     
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    Assad needs russian air strikes, without it he's done like dinner and knows it.
     
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    man, + Iran´s shia army , ...so once USA take out of "Syria" , Iran or Muscovy, Assad will be gone ...
     
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    Maybe he could, maybe he could not .... At least he understands that sanctions for Russia are like for elephant - water pistol. They only benefit the Russian economy.
     
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    you can make a case, but you didn´t answer to my question straight , then if Azeris are Turks, why 1/4 of Republic of Azerbaijan under Muscovite occupation?
     
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    You supposed Turks were against Assad because of his Shia/Alawite background. I proved that wrong by giving example from a 98% Shia muslim country called Azerbaijan -who are true brothers to us- and now you come up with that stupid aljazeera link. Whenever you get your answers this full, that's what you always do. Russian-Azerbaijan relations got nothing to do with our discussion. Ludicrous !
     
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    USA can only take out a menu with sweet tea from Wendy's.
     
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    Makes me wonder... 'occupation' is Dagestan republic, Nagorno-Karabakh republic, Armenia, or just you talk random shιt, not expecting anybody to actually demand from you the explanations?
     

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