I know somewhere, some Jew or George W. Bush-era Cuckservative is going to whine about what I’m about to propose, but I don’t really care.
As a token of our now-budding goodwill towards the lawful government of Bashar al-Assad, I say the United States should donate at least two squadrons of F-16 fighter aircraft and one squadron of B-52 bombers to Syria immediately for the fight against Moslem “rebel” scum.
We backed and financed the terrorist elements in that region for so long, and we should be willing to redeem ourselves for such idiocy.
I also suggest an immediate arrest and extradition of John McCain to Damascus for crimes against the Syrian people that most definitely include collusion and support for ISIS-linked organizations – the pictures don’t lie, Brothers.
Maybe after those simple tasks are complete, we can move towards a true alliance with one of the last secular regimes left in the Middle East after well over a decade of nation-wrecking and conspiring on behalf of (((alien))) vermin in our government.
Washington’s priorities in Syria have changed with the new administration, and the US will no longer focus on the removal of President Bashar Assad as a condition for ending the six-year civil war, a top official said.
“Our priority is no longer to sit there and focus on getting Assad out,” Ambassador Nikki Haley told a small group of reporters on Thursday.
“Our priority is to really look at how do we get things done, who do we need to work with to really make a difference for the people in Syria.”
Earlier in the day, Secretary of State Rex Tillerson said that the future of President Assad “will be decided by the Syrian people.”
It’s already been decided, and will continue to be decided in the same manner so long as the enemy is kept at bay and eventually broken in their quest to destabilize Syria in the same manner as happened to Lebanon, Iraq, Libya, Egypt, Tunisia, and on and on.
Assad is not our adversary, and could in truth be a useful friend moving forward into the future.
Trump seems to understand this, and for everyone involved, that is a great thing indeed.