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I'll just write here briefly to apologize for losing my temper in a
previous message. I have my own failings and should not be so thin skinned.

On Fri, Oct 14, 2016 at 11:42 AM, <hasc.warrior.s...@gmail.com> wrote:

> Louis, if you think readers are so stupid that they can't discern the fact
> I DON'T say that the Saudi government is funding ISIS you are letting New
> York elitism get to your brain. Everyone knows that government policy is
> opposed to al Queda and ISIS while the princes are simultaneously sending
> money to jihadists. The problem is that either you refuse to have any sort
> of nuance about this while libeling people who you have mad delusions about
> or that you are a complete and total nitwit. You make everyone spell it out
> like a grade school teacher in order to avoid your disgusting and
> sanctimonious rants that a speak to the mentality of a stool pigeon.
>
> --I guess so if this is a reference to Russia and Iran intervening in
> Syria to crush that popular uprising.--
>
> And more specifically the US policy that is using their cause to justify
> holding the country hostage until they allow Wall Street to rape their
> economy the way it did Iraq under the de-Baathification policies that
> Clinton and Bush had in the Washington archives for a decade prior to 9/11.
>
>
> On 10/14/16 10:32 AM, Andrew Stewart via Marxism wrote:
>
> Do you understand how politicians can subvert a popular uprising
>
> against a government to serve their geopolitical interests or are you
>
> as stupid as your petty insults?
>
>
> I guess so if this is a reference to Russia and Iran intervening in Syria
> to crush that popular uprising.
>
> But here's the real problem. You write:
>
> "Gee, how ironic that ISIS just so happens to be massed around the areas
> that the Saudis want to gain control of for their fossil fuel cartel.
> Golly, I wonder if any of those maniacal princelings affiliated with the
> House of Saud might be funneling money to ISIS?"
>
> In fact, there are Saudis who are funding ISIS but they do so in defiance
> of the official state policy of opposing ISIS. In fact al-Qaeda and its
> offshoot ISIS are deeply opposed to the royal family.
>
> This confusion is rampant on the Baathist amen corner, which for obvious
> reasons tries to make an amalgam between jihadists and the ordinary Syrian
> rebel who fights not for recreating a caliphate but for the right to live
> in freedom and dignity
>
> Best regards,
> Andrew Stewart
>



-- 
Best regards,

Andrew Stewart
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