General McMaster Ties Himself into a Pretzel Trying to Explain Syrian Strategy

The one thing the good General was clear on, however, was the fact that Russia needed to figure out what they're doing in the middle east. Clearly, the United States knows exactly what to do, which entails wars that never end costing trillions of dollars -- leading to the deaths of millions.

“What we’re saying is, other countries have to ask themselves some hard questions,” McMaster said in an interview on "Fox News Sunday." “Russia should ask themselves, ‘What are we doing here?’ Why are we supporting this murderous regime that is committing mass murder of its own population and using the most heinous weapons available?’”   “I think, as you saw with the strike, that there has to be a degree of simultaneous activity as well as sequencing of the defeat of ISIS first,” McMaster said. “What you have in Syria is a very destructive cycle of violence, perpetuated by ISIS, obviously, but also by this regime and their Iranian and Russian sponsors.”   U.S. goals in the region, McMaster said, are “the defeat of ISIS” and “a significant change in the nature of the Assad regime and its behavior in particular.”

  What?! Watch the entire interview here. It's amazing to see the General try to twist his way out of illogical narratives into clear, concise, policy decisions. He was resolute on his options for N. Korea, towards the end of the interview, which, basically, entailed risking nuclear war in order to 'de-nuclearize' the N. Korea regime. I am sure the good folks living in Seoul and Tokyo are thrilled with U.S. meddling into Asian affairs. Content originally published at


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