Syria's President Bashar Al-Assad has rained death and destruction down on so many of Syria's citizens that outsiders like me are left speechless.
Israel's Benjamin Netanyahu is, for the moment, a less obvious blood-letter. But he's doing his best.
Nevertheless, I wonder if it wouldn't be worth the price of admission to lock these two men in a single room and let them duke it out. Only when one is left standing would the door be unlocked and the victor led to the ceremonial woodchipper.
Proceeds from the videotaped bout could be applied to those dispossessed and left hungering by each of these men.
Don't know. I have to be clear because I am avoiding aggressive chinese communism with every single wit and grit I have. Brexit UK or European Union is likely to be on Netanyahu's side instead of Al-Assad's, this is not a secret but global education. When Adam puts this two side by side, I am sticking with the British, Canadaians, New Zealanders and Australians instead of the Americans, because your next enemy after Syria, not mine, is Cuba then.ReplyDelete
Like it or not, after Syria the US has to guard against either North Korea and China, or Cuba and South America.
They wouldn't fight. They might get snarky, but that would be about it.ReplyDelete