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US Troops Stage in Jordan to Defend Al Qaeda in Syria
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Quote:Massive US arms/aid deliveries prop up Al Qaeda in Syria, while US troops stage in Jordan to defend terrorists they spent last decade fighting.

April 18, 2013 (LD) - CNN reports that some 200 US troops are staging along Syria's border, this as reports reveal huge amounts of US-provided flour smuggled into Syria have formed the foundation of Al Qaeda's public relations strategy. Together with huge amounts of US-provided weapons, the aid is fueling Al Qaeda's continued operations and atrocities inside Syria. The addition of US troops along Syria's border appears to be a response to recent and significant gains made by the Syrian government in stamping out terrorist operations nationwide.

Syria's "Rebels" are Same Terrorists US Fought for Last 10 Years

As reported in October 2012, the networks used to flood Iraq with weapons and Al Qaeda militants during the US occupation, had been positively identified by the extensive academic efforts of the US Army's own West Point Combating Terrorism Center (CTC). Two reports were published between 2007 and 2008 revealing a global network of Al Qaeda affiliated terror organizations, and how they mobilized to send a large influx of foreign fighters into Iraq.

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It is the same thing we always do. We pick both sides of the fight. Now it is flour and weapons. Next we will help them "liberate" a country, while putting someone we like in charge. Hussein anyone?

We will walk the razors edge for a few years, until they get to big for their britches. Then we will claim WMD, or oil, and go knock them out.

It enrages me, but it is what is always done.
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Although I don't know all the particulars to this story, one thing to remember is al qaeda took over the resistance in Syria. The rebels had nothing to do with them until a well armed, well funded neighbor offered assistance and I think even though they sure needed help it will wind up hurting them in the long run.

Here's to hoping the original Syrian rebels have success...
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Maybe they can borrow those F-16s from Egypt. . . . .
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