It would seem I am not the only American who is disgusted by the brazen cowardice of Trump, and his complete betrayal of the Kurds, who helped us crush ISIS in Syria. ISIS now having been freed by our thug “NATO ally,” Erdogan the Ottoman butcher, will soon begin to wreak its revenge, and Trump will have yet more blood on his hands. By the way, when a retired Marine shows such open contempt for the current CIC it shows whatever the “deplorables” think, and no matter how many rally performances Trump holds, where he preens like a Peacock and struts his stuff, the fact his he betrayed and abandoned our Kurdish allies, seems to not be a big deal here in the USA. I can’t remember the Englishman who said, “Britain despises honor and then wonders why she has so many spies and traitors.” It is, apparently, a small thing here in the USA, this shame and dishonor, this lack of truth and integrity, but I think it will all come out in the wash eventually. The thing about shame and dishonor, which the military loathes above all else, since honor, loyalty, and honesty are paramount Military virtues, is it will stick to Trump like how you smell after having been sprayed by a skunk. Our allies will not trust us, and our enemies will be made bolder, because Trump has shown his word is nothing.
Here is the link to the article, which as usual, is from the British press.
A retired four-star Marine general has slammed President Donald Trump saying there is blood on his hands over the unfolding crisis in Syria after he ordered all U.S. troops to withdraw from the northern border area.
General John Allen told CNN on Sunday that the U.S. ‘greenlighted’ the current situation in Syria and that it was ‘completely foreseeable’.
Syria’s Kurds said Syrian government forces agreed on Sunday to help them fend off Turkey’s invasion – a major shift in alliances that came after Trump ordered all U.S. troops withdrawn from the northern border area amid the rapidly deepening chaos.
The fast-deteriorating situation was set in motion last week when Trump ordered U.S. troops in northern Syria to step aside, clearing the way for an attack by Turkey, which regards the Kurds as terrorists.