it's gonna turn out he took all that stuff about him being a cuck or whatever seriously and that's why he changed his mind.
i seriously want to fuck up anyone still going on about BENGHAZI after that little fiasco.
https://www.wsj.com/articles/syria-attack-exposes-failed-deal-to-rid-regime-of-chemical-weapons-1491963112So apparently, everyone knew Syria still had the ability to make chemical weapons, and there were investigations around purported uses of them? What the fuck?
best part is Trump going on and on about the cake he was eating when he ordered the strikes
What made it so obvious this time around is that neither Russia or Syria really denied it, beyond the usual perfunctory horseshit.
What made it so obvious this time around is that neither Russia or Syria really denied it, beyond the usual perfunctory horseshit. Not like last time, when Assad was weaving vast conspiracies about how the rebels could have done it. This was just so brazen and unconcerned with consequences, like it was a test to see what they could get away with.
Quote from: tysixtus on April 13, 2017, 07:39:04 AMWhat made it so obvious this time around is that neither Russia or Syria really denied it, beyond the usual perfunctory horseshit.This may be horseshit, but with today's interview, he seems to be going beyond "perfunctory"Syria's Assad: Chemical attack was fabrication
An investment group that U.S. authorities say is run by Russian mobsters and linked to the Russian government sent at least $900,000 to a company owned by a businessman tied to Syria's chemical weapons program, according to financial documents obtained by CNN.
The company allegedly tied to Russian mafia was called Quartell Trading Ltd., and the U.S. Department of Justice claims it is one of the many vehicles into which millions of dollars of stolen Russian taxpayer money was laundered a decade ago in connection with the so-called "Magnitsky affair," perhaps the most notorious corruption case in Vladimir Putin's Russia.Balec Ventures is owned by Issa al-Zeydi, a Russian whom the U.S. Treasury Department sanctioned in 2014 for his connection to the Scientific Studies and Research Center, the hub of Syria's nonconventional weapons program, including its manufacture of Sarin and VX nerve agents and mustard gas.