News Russia raises possibility of ‘world war’ if Syria talks fail! anyone paying attention?

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    Russia raises possibility of ‘world war’ if Syria talks fail

    http://www.hurriyetdailynews.com/ru...-fail.aspx?pageID=238&nID=95131&NewsCatID=352

    WHERE THE FUCK IS OBAMA?? THIS IS GETTING VERY SCARY!
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    Russian Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev raised the specter of a possible “world war” if international powers fail to negotiate an end to the conflict in Syria, warning against any ground operations by U.S. and Arab forces.

    Medvedev, speaking to Germany’s Handelsblatt newspaper on the eve of talks between major powers on Syria in Munich, said the United States and Russia, and even Turkey, must exert pressure on all sides in the conflict to secure a ceasefire.

    “Our estimate is negative because all ground operations, as a rule, lead to permanent wars. Look at what is going on in Afghanistan and a number of other countries,” he said when asked about Saudi Arabia’s offer last week to supply ground troops if a U.S.-led operation were mounted against the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (ISIL).

    “The Americans must consider – both the U.S. president and our Arab partners – whether or not they want a permanent war,” Medvedev said, according to the transcript of the interview published on the website of the Russian Prime Ministry.

    “Are they hoping for a quick victory? This doesn’t happen in reality, particularly in the Arab world. They have everyone fighting everyone,” he added.

    Medvedev said everyone should “sit down at the negotiating table” to prevent a world war.

    “We can do it by using, among other things, the harsh measures that are being implemented by Russia, the Americans, and even, with all reservations, the Turks, rather than start yet another war in the world,” he said. “We know well what scenarios are followed in this context.”

    Meanwhile, Syria's President Bashar al-Assad told AFP he saw a risk that Saudi Arabia or Turkey could launch a military intervention in his country.

    Speaking in Damascus on Feb. 11, he said he "doesn't rule out" such an intervention, but said that his armed forces "will certainly confront it."

    However, as Medvedev was issuing his warnings U.S. Defense Secretary Ashton Carter was saying that the United Arab Emirates had agreed to send special forces soldiers to Syria to assist in the development of local Sunni Arab fighters focused on recapturing Raqqa, ISIL’s self-proclaimed capital.

    Carter made the comment after meeting Feb. 12 at his Brussels hotel with his counterpart from the United Arab Emirates, the Associated Press reported.

    Carter declined to say how many Emirati special forces would go to Syria. He said they would be part of an effort led by the United States and bolstered by Saudi special forces to train and enable local Arab fighters who are motivated to recapture
    Raqqa.

    The U.S. war plan for fighting ISIL in Syria and Iraq is designed to unseat the extremists in Raqqa and Mosul, which is the group’s main stronghold in northern Iraq.

    Carter also told reporters that however the proposed suspension of Syrian civil war hostilities is implemented, as announced in Munich, the U.S. will continue combating ISIL in Syria.

    He vowed there will be “no let-up” in the war effort against ISIL.

     
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    No one cares what that Putin puppet faggot thinks.
     
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    dude its not like that! this is different. russia is acting belligerently, turkey is fanning the flames! and russia is about 1 inch from attacking turkey and turkey is sitting on 60 USA loaded atomic missiles! this is no joke.
     
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    We could use a world war right now.
     
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    Putin proves Obama wrong with his ugly military solution in Syria
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    February 12, 2016 | 8:15pm
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    President Obama declared last year that “There is no military solution in Syria.” Sadly, Russia’s Vladimir Putin has now proved him wrong by imposing one.
    Aleppo, Syria’s largest city and the last rebel stronghold, is about to fall, thanks to withering Russian air bombardment backing government and Iranian troops. That effectively secures Bashar al-Assad’s hold on power in at least a large rump of Syria.
    That left Secretary of State John Kerry with nothing to do but organize a “cessation of hostilities.”
    Kerry hailed that as a significant accomplishment. But it falls far short of a lasting ceasefire: Russia intends to keep bombing, and Assad’s troops will keep fighting.
    “If we negotiate, it does not mean that we stop fighting terrorism,” said the Syrian strongman. “The two tracks are inevitable in Syria.”
    Even Kerry admits Putin may have only engaged in “talk for the sake of talk in order to continue the bombing.”
    Obama’s “no military solution” talk was just an excuse. Putin, by contrast, saw no political solution — and set out to change the facts on the ground, as he now has. Assad — whom Obama and then-Secretary of State Hillary Clinton once loudly and repeatedly insisted “had to go” — is firmly entrenched.
    The key moment came when Obama walked away from his 2013 “red line” on chemical weapons as soon as Assad had crossed it. The world took note: America’s friends learned not to rely on Obama’s promises; America’s enemies learned they could call his bluff.
    Meanwhile, Assad has killed 250,000 of his own people, imprisoned and tortured countless others and turned millions into refugees.
    And the president who once declared that America does not “turn a blind eye to atrocities in other countries” continues to do just that — to the great amusement of Vladimir Putin and Bashar Assad.
     
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    Didn't George W. Dumbshit say that Putin had a good heart?
     
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    its a miscalculation. many things playing out here.

    1. they think like Afghanistan the Russians will become bogged down. total douche bag mistake!!!! Syria is not the afghan mountains!! nowhere to hide from Russian missiles.

    2. maybe they want to see what russia has and their aerial arsenal. maybe but i doubt it although i am sure they are paying attention.

    3. maybe they dont give a shit and are going to let Russia at it.

    the problem this asshole erdogan in turkey. he is not going to be happy until he pisses off Russia in a bad way.
     
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    I doubt it
     
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    im glad you considered all the possobilities. cheers
     
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    Russia and America will not go head to head in infantry combat, and I don't think either side is stupid enough to use nuclear weapons
     
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    Where's Obama? Op, you can't be this dense... What, would you like him to personally call you before during and after each meeting? How can you read a fucking article and come to a conclusion that you or any other person knows jack shit about world affairs of this magnitude? Everything's gonna be alright. And if it's not, than its not
     
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    I think what he's saying is that Russia does not want to see Syria invaded by the US government and its allies under the all too familiar cover of "fighting terrorists".

    Lets be honest.

    Our government wants Assad overthrown, like Saddam, Kadaffi, Mubarak etc.

    Wesley Clark talked about it years ago:





    I dont think its a coincidence that McCain met with the "rebels" whom our government armed, trained and who would eventually become ISIS/ISIL.

    Alleged ISIS Photo Controversy Engulfs Sen. John McCain.

    Main U.S.-Backed Syrian Rebel Group Disbanding, Joining Islamists.

    But Russia has drawn a line in the sand (literally) and that line is Syria.

    So, in order to avert WW III, all that our government has to do, is NOT invade/attack yet another Middle Eastern country under the pretense of "fighting terrorism" or ridding the world of an "evil dictator".

    .Gov will just have to accept the fact that they cant openly attack/invade Syria, that they have to stop arming the anti-Assad ISIS/rebels and that Assad (with Russia's help) will stay in power and will drive out any remaining anti-government groups which hope to depose him.

    The question is, will our government accept the fact that there may be a nation/government that they cant overthrow or will they risk WW III to accomplish their agenda of reshaping the Middle East?
     
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    World War III might be a good thing. The World is in serious need of population control and there's nothing like a World War to cull the herd.:troops:
     
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    he is correct to warn against US ground forces

    we've spilled enough blood on that soil trying to choose sides in a battle where all are insane
    and none are our allies

    we should pack up and let the Russians waste their time and lives trying to control the hurricane
     
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    obama is busy creating jobs.

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    Fuck these assholes.
     
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    Obama's fault. You retards are amazing.
     
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    There all to busy with what Trump says Obamas golfing People jumping over the fence at the white house Where sleeping at the wheel
     
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