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“The Bomb ’em all and let Netanyahu Sort them Out Policy”

US nuclear weapon exploding in Nagasaki. (Defense Department photo via Wikimedia Commons)

Golly, this indiscriminate policy of bombing various and sundry people at assorted weddings and funerals is more complicated than it sounds.

US-led attacks on the jihadis of the Islamic State (Isis) are the product of a confused policy that is “turning a blind eye” to the crimes of President Bashar al-Assad, according to the leader of Syria’s main western-backed opposition group

Hadi al-Bahra, president of the Syrian National Coalition (SNC), warned in an interview on Monday that air strikes against Isis by the international coalition assembled by Barack Obama were weakening support inside Syria for already embattled non-extremist anti-Assad forces.

Oh for the good ol’ days of carpet bombing, heavens to Curtis LeMay!

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Oops, sorry, that's the biography of Verne Gagne with a touch of Mustafa Kemal.

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