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Oud 9 februari 2019, 22:37   #27
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Oorspronkelijk geplaatst door Bach Bekijk bericht
Ze heeft het militair industrieel media complex tegen en de Israël lobby. Ik verwacht dat ze een hoop fake news over zich uitgestrooid zal krijgen. Voor de wereld zou het goed zijn iemand te hebben die weet wat het is om anderen de dood in te jagen om nutteloos te sterven op het altaar van een megalomane elite in de VS. Ze durft rechtstreeks met Assad spreken. Dat wordt haar kwalijk genomen...ze zou wel eens de oorlogen kunnen stoppen. Iets wat Trump tot nu toe ook niet lukt. Het monster achter de schermen in de VS laat dat niet toe. Welke president is sterk genoeg om de vijand within te verslaan? Tot nu toe geen enkel. Ze blijken zelfs immuun voor Nobelprijzen voor de vrede.
De georganiseerde karaktermoord van Tulsi Gabbard is nu in volle gang, tot zelfs in het Laagste Nieuws aan toe.

En exact omwille van de redenen die Bach opsomt:

https://gabbard.house.gov/news/StopArmingTerrorists

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Rep. Tulsi Gabbard's Stop Arming Terrorists Act (H.R.608) would stop the U.S. government from using taxpayer dollars to directly or indirectly support groups who are allied with and supporting terrorist groups like ISIS and al Qaeda in their war to overthrow the Syrian government. The legislation is based on congressional action during the Iran-Contra affair to stop the CIA’s illegal arming of rebels in Nicaragua. It is endorsed by Progressive Democrats of America, the U.S. Peace Council, and Veterans For Peace.
https://www.realclearpolitics.com/vi..._in_syria.html

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Democratic Rep. Tulsi Gabbard: President Trump Just Ended Obama Era CIA Program Which "Directly" Funded And Armed al-Qaeda In Syria
https://www.realclearpolitics.com/vi...ed_states.html

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NBC's Kasie Hunt asked: "Do you think Assad is our enemy?"

Gabbard responded: "Assad is not the enemy of the United States because Syria does not pose a direct threat to the United States."

Hunt followed up: "What do you say to Democratic voters who watched you go over there, and what do you say to military members who have been deployed repeatedly in Syria pushing back against Assad?"

"People who have been deployed to Syria have been there focused on their mission, which has been to defeat ISIS. Our troops have not gone to Syria to wage yet another costly destructive regime change war," Gabbard said. "And many troops I hear from express frustration at the fact that our country continues to wage senseless, costly regime change wars followed by nation-building missions, leading to situations like we see in Afghanistan. So many examples of our troops being deployed, their lives put on the line without understanding what the clear mission or objective is and how that mission actually serves the security of the people of the United States."

Pressed repeatedly, Gabbard declined to say whether Assad is a U.S. adversary or an enemy, Gabbard said: "you can describe it however you want to describe it."

"My point is that whether it is Syria or any of these other countries, we need to look at how their interests are counter to or aligned with ours," Gabbard explained.

Asked whether she thinks Assad is a "good person," Gabbard laughed and said: "No, I don’t."
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