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BRKG; US going in for next step? NATO explores places for Patriots in Turkey. US-led-NATO intervention begins in Syria!
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[quote:Denis_469:MV8yMDYwNDQwXzM0Njc2MTI3X0UwQTdDNDgz] [quote:sacrificial altar of war 28226269:MV8yMDYwNDQwXzM0Njc2MDU4XzNFOUIyNUUy] And do you have a Jesuit murdering ass like Stalin running your country this time? Because Vlad Putin wouldn't even exist if it were not for Hitler. Russia got strong from their sacrifices in WW2 and with Stalin's cruel hand pushing them into the abyss, what choice did they have? KGB will fail, as will all Satanic administrations. Sure, that means some US leaders will go as well, because they are Marxist shits. But in WW2, Turkey was neutral even though Hitler was a Sabbatean child bred by them. I am hoping Russians and Americans and all the world can awaken to what Rome has done to us all. Thanks friend. [/quote] You not know God wish, when write poor about Stalin, KGB, USSR, Putin or other. All in Earth in God wish. My english no good for write in english why God wish create USSR and why God wish destroy USSR. And all, who codemnate USSR (Stalin, Putin, KGB and other) really codemnate God. So God is create USSR really in himself wish. And so codemnate USSR is codemnate himself God. [/quote]
Russia warns Turkey against deploying Patriot missiles
Russia on Thursday warned Turkey against deploying surface-to-air Patriot missiles to protect its troubled border with Syria, saying it should instead use its influence to help broker peace in the war-torn country.
“The militarisation of the Syrian-Turkish border is of course a worrying sign,” foreign ministry spokesman Alexander Lukashevich said, adding Turkey should help the two conflicting sides to start a dialogue.
Nato ambassadors met on Wednesday to consider a Turkish request for the deployment of Patriot missiles near its border with Syria
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