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Russia’s Foreign Ministry spokesperson turns the table on US Ambassador Power, as she reminds Power that it was US foreign policy that destroyed the once stable nations of Iraq and Libya.
The use of the term ‘barbarism’ by the American envoy drew sarcastic remarks from Russian Foreign Ministry spokesperson Maria Zakharova.
“Historically speaking… a barbarian is someone not belonging to an empire, and we have only one of those today,” she noted on her Facebook page.
“As for the imagery… the world has seen nothing more barbaric in modern history than Iraq and Libya done the Washington way.”
Zakharova believes that Power’s remarks were meant to draw attention from the American attack on Syrian troops near Deir ez-Zor, which happened amid the ceasefire and almost resulted in the Syrian Army’s positions being overrun by the terrorist group Islamic State (IS, formerly ISIS/ISIL), which the US is supposedly seeking to eradicate.
It just goes to show that sometimes, US ambassador Power needs to stop drinking the Kool-aid. Only the unwashed masses are supposed to drink that.
The US-led coalition has spent 4 years to eradicate Al-Queda, and ISIS. But instead they’re bigger than ever before. Even the refugees that are now inside of Europe are harboring repatriated ISIS fighters.
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