Russia Tells U.S. Military to Get Out of Syria

Russia ramped up its calls for the U.S. military to depart from Syria on Thursday, contending it has no substantial reasons to be in the country and its presence there “must end.”

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By John Haltiwanger

December 21, 2017 “Information Clearing House” – Russia ramped up its calls for the U.S. military to depart from Syria on Thursday, contending it has no substantial reasons to be in the country and its presence there “must end.”

“Any reasons cited by the Americans to justify their further military presence… are just excuses and we think their presence must end,” Alexander Lavrentiev, Russian President Vladimir Putin’s envoy to Syria, told reporters. Lavrentiev was in Astana, Kazakhstan, on Thursday ahead of peace talks regarding the Syria conflict between Russia, Iran and Turkey, Reuters reports. Russia, a major ally of Syrian President Bashar al-Assad, has played a significant role in the Syria conflict.

This is not the first time the Russian government has expressed such views in recent weeks. Russia seemingly feels the U.S. military has no purpose in Syria now that the the Islamic State militant group (ISIS) has largely…

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5 thoughts on “Russia Tells U.S. Military to Get Out of Syria

  1. I have been trying to figure out what LEGITIMATE business the U.S. military had in Syria anyway. And as far as I can see, there was none. The U.S. just fosters terrorism and then comes the pretense of getting rid of the terrorists that were funded and trained by the U.S. CIA. Thankfully, in steps Russia to at least show some of us who are awake and watching that Russia had to fight the U.S. backed, supported and trained terrorists that the U.S. let loose on Syria and of course the U.S. tried to get everyone to believe that Assad had gassed his own people and so he is a bad man that has got to go! Newsflash, Assad did not gas his own people but the United States of America has dropped atomic bombs on innocent people and so how can the U.S. take the high road when accusing someone else of atrocious behavior?

    White phosphorous was used on the Iraqi people. Napalm and Agent Orange was used in Vietnam. The U.S. used gas in World War I and on and on it goes, but suddenly, the U.S. is concerned over some other leader ‘supposedly’ using gas on his own people. Seriously??!!! Talk about hypocritical. That is beyond the end of enough!


    • Dr. Bramhall, you know better! I would be found mysteriously dead from having shot myself in the head, twice while handcuffed to a KKKop while I was writing out my suicide note. I’m not a “yessum Massa” type, bootlicking, ‘freed slave’. I’d never do, doncha know. LOL!


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