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There has been a long-held belief, and rumors have persisted that this administration is either willfully ignoring the threat from ISIS, or worst yet in some type of bizarre collaboration, and while at first blush this may sound crazy, there’s indisputable evidence that this administration is purposely not engaging the enemy.

Now, Russia is asking the same question!  “Why is America making it harder to attack ISIS”?

And once again there’s indisputable evidence: MOSCOW, December 28. /TASS/.

The Pentagon, refusing to transfer the data on terrorist targets in Syria to the Russian military, continues to fight against the Islamic State terrorist group “in word only”, Russian Defense Ministry spokesman Igor Konashenkov told reporters on Monday.

Moreover, Pentagon spokesperson Michelle Baldanza confirmed that the US military did not intend to share with Moscow the information on ISIS targets until Russia changes its policy towards Syrian President Bashar Assad.

However to many political analysts what’s truly at play here is Obama’s humiliating mishandling of the Syrian President and his thoughtless and reckless threat, which backfired and his subsequent dismal response, which left many friendly and not so friendly countries questioning America’s resolve and leadership.

Konashenkov went on to explain: “The statement by the US Defense Department spokesperson Michelle Baldanza about the US’s refusal from any cooperation in the fight against Islamic State is a broken record, and it’s high time to change it,” he said.

Once again one must ask is it incompetence or something a lot more sinister with this administration, perhaps the only way to truly judge are with his deeds and his words, “I will stand with the Muslims.”  

Source: Tass


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