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Saturday, April 8, 2017


The controversial Donald Trump is he making America great in the wrong way?

The controversial Donald Trump is he making America great in the wrong way?

Culled from Huffington Post titled: U.S. Conducts First Direct Military Strike Against Assad Regime In Syria

“Trump says the attack was in the “national security interest” of the use of poison gas to kill Syrian civilians. We want to ask Trump if America deserves impunity by triggering Ebola in Sierra Leone, Guinea, and Liberia because it was just a bio-weapon not in the form of a poisonous gas?”- the writers of 'Secrets of Aids and Ebola."

Statistics reveal that Washington dropped more bombs in 2016 than it did the previous year. The US dropped 26,171 bombs in seven countries, a little over 3,000 more than were dropped in 2015.

The U.S. military launched its first direct attack at the Syrian government on Thursday, marking an escalation of American involvement in the country’s six-year civil war and increasing tensions with Russia, a key Syrian ally.

President Donald Trump said that the strike was retaliation for a brutal chemical weapons attack in the opposition-held town of Khan Sheikhoun on Tuesday, allegedly carried out by Syrian President Bashar Assad's regime. At least 70 civilians were killed in the chemical attack on Khan Sheikhoun.

“Assad choked out the lives of helpless men, women, and children,” Trump said Thursday at his Mar-a-Lago resort in Florida while announcing the missile strike. “Even beautiful babies were cruelly murdered at this very barbaric attack. No child of God should ever suffer such horror.”

Both U.S. officials and allies have indicated that the action was a “one-off” and not an indication of a major policy shift, but the unilateral strike against the Assad regime will undoubtedly strain the already tense relationship between the U.S. and Russia. Moscow has supported Syria both politically and militarily for years and launched an air campaign to support Assad in September 2015.

On Friday, the AP reported that Pentagon officials are looking into whether Russia was involved in the chemical attack. 
The Syrian military claimed that the U.S. strike killed at least seven people and caused extensive damage. However, Reuters reported later Friday that warplanes were able to take off from the air base, indicating the runways weren’t seriously damaged:

Assad condemned the action as “reckless” and “irresponsible,” and said that it only “increased Syria’s resolve” to fight back against opposition groups. 

This is not the first time America has carried out a missile attack on Syria. Smoke rises from the Syrian city of Kobani, the following airstrike by the US-led coalition on November 17, 2014.

This is not the first time America has carried out a missile attack on Syria. Smoke rises from the Syrian city of Kobani, the following airstrike by the US-led coalition on November 17, 2014.

Russia on Friday criticized the U.S. strike as “an act of aggression” and indicated it would help the Syrian military strengthen its air defenses in response. 

While U.S. Secretary of State Rex Tillerson said the military did not coordinate with Russian President Vladimir Putin prior to Thursday’s strike, a Pentagon spokesperson did say Russian forces were notified in advance of the strike using an established “deconfliction line.” Russia agreed to continue communication over the channel in the wake of the strike, despite earlier reports that it would cut off the hotline

“President Putin views the U.S. strikes on Syria as aggression against a sovereign state in violation of the norms of international law and on a made-up up pretext,” a Kremlin spokesperson said in a statement. “This step by Washington will inflict major damage on U.S.-Russia ties.”

Tillerson is set to visit Moscow next week.

Just hours after the U.S. attack, a warplane bombarded the opposition-held town where Tuesday’s chemical attack occurred, activists said. It wasn’t immediately clear if the plane belonged to Syria or to Russia, or whether there were any casualties as a result.

Iran and China have also condemned the strike, while key American allies, including the E.U. and NATO, have pledge support. The U.N. Security Council is expected to meet on Friday to discuss the U.S. action.

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The opinion of the writers on this blog: 

Trump, we understand your frustration and anger after experiencing the most humiliation, disgrace, and discrimination in American politics. But this is not how to begin it if you want America to be great again or to be loved.

Trump, just as the North Korean leader, Kim Jong-Un, knew that America used Africa as testing ground to test its Ebola product for a military defending purpose, the same way world leaders know it. Therefore, Assad also knows it because he is not stupid. 

Thus, if you want to impress the world or Americans to make the country great once again, start bringing those responsible for the Ebola genocide in West Africa, hiding in your country, to justice. That's what will make America great again. Now we know that you are not different from any of the past American leaders.

The attack on Syria is likely to generate another war tendencies between Russia and America since there are reports that the US strikes on Syria 'kills four children' as Russia condemns 'aggression.' 

If politicians haven't learned from past mistakes then we need to pray very hard if you believe in God because what is coming ahead of us is bigger than what we have experienced in the past.

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