Pompeo Wants Missiles for Turkey… To Confront Russia in Syria

When Turkey found itself in a bit of trouble in Idlib, Syria last week – a Syrian army advance had taken back much of the province and a Syrian air force strike had killed Turkish soldiers embedded with jihadist fighters – Ankara signaled to Washington that it needed help, including Patriot Missile batteries on Turk soil. The response was cool from the Pentagon, but Pompeo’s State Department is all for it – even if it means war with Russia and Iran. On today’s Ron Paul Liberty Report

Reprinted from The Ron Paul Institute for Peace & Prosperity.

4 thoughts on “Pompeo Wants Missiles for Turkey… To Confront Russia in Syria”

  1. Pain is not the problem, pain tells us that we are doing something wrong, when we treat or ignor the pain we are asking for trouble. My guess is the percentage of people that die from the flu or this virus is almost entirely proportional to the way we medically treat these infections. Kill the pain reduce the fever with meds, the patient is back on his feet spreading the virus around while the virus is steadily multiplying in his body working its way into his lungs. He gets to the hospital, the first thing they do is reduce the fever which is curtains for the patient. The fever is evidence of and an important part of the immune system doing what it is supposed to be doing trying to keep you alive. A super hot bath and a warm bed can save your life especially if the flu comes back on you or just won’t go away, and trash the meds.

  2. Turkey is a mess, much like Pakistan.

    Giving the sophisticated weaponry is a very complicated game.

    They my have some interests like the US in terms of trying to limit Iranian war efforts, but they are driven by some theocratic ideologies almost akin to Iran.

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