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The Cat’s Out of the Bag: Lavrov Just Told the BBC That the US Supports Terrorist Groups in Syria

from Russia Insider:

In a must-watch interview with the BBC, Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov says the Obama Administration has protected and supported Al-Nusra in Syria.

We’ll keep this short and sweet.

Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov granted the BBC an exclusive 20 minute interview, probably in an attempt to reach out to not-completely brain dead western television viewers.

The questions asked by the sniveling BBC anchor were predictable:

Will you stop murdering babies in Aleppo with cluster munitions and bunker busters?
Will you apologize for bombing the aid convoy?
Will you apologize for shooting down MH-17?
How will Russia survive more sanctions?

True to form, Lavrov very succinctly laid out Russia’s positions on all these “issues”. Oh, and he added a few zingers, like the Obama administration “gave rise and support to Al-Nusra”.

Actually, throughout the interview Lavrov repeatedly points out how the United States has steadfastly refused to distinguish between Al-Nusra and the “moderate rebels”, insisting that they’re all moderate and therefore should not be bombed or hurt in any way.

Imagine, that just a week ago the U.S. agreed to weed out the “baddies”; now that the cease-fire has failed, the Pentagon is arming the same groups they vowed to destroy along with Russia. Incredible.

Oh, and here’s the takeaway: Moscow is tired of Washington’s games. Aleppo will be cleansed of Al-Nusra, with or without Washington’s “help”.

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4 comments to The Cat’s Out of the Bag: Lavrov Just Told the BBC That the US Supports Terrorist Groups in Syria

  • Hugo

    This BBC interview is a must watch to see for all that want to see, what Sean rightly calls, Mocking bird media.

    regards, Hugo

  • Ed_B

    Russia has their proxies in Syria and the US has theirs. According to both countries, the other side supports terrorists. Big surprise, eh? 😉

    • a guy from Ukraine

      “Russia has their proxies in Syria and the US has theirs”
      Russia has been formally invited by a recognized, democratically elected government of another country. Who on earth invited the US to Syria? What is the legal ground for the US meddling into other countries’ affairs other than the primitive right of brute force?

  • petedivine

    I suspect this interview reflects the hard line adopted by our leaders. Sadly, it appears we are marching to war.

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