Syria, Rus­sia the real threats to U.S.

The Washington Times Weekly - - Letters To The Editor - MIKE SUT­TON Sher­man, Texas

We are not on the thresh­old of nu­clear war with Rus­sia be­cause of a taped con­ver­sa­tion Don­ald Trump had 11 years ago. Civ­i­liza­tion it­self is not un­der im­mi­nent threat be­cause Mr. Trump pinched a beauty con­tes­tant on the be­hind in 1986. We face our cur­rent crit­i­cal hour be­cause a “former” Mus­lim named Barack Obama and a sec­re­tary of state with deep ties to the Mus­lim Brother­hood named Hil­lary Clin­ton or­ches­trated the so-called Arab Spring to over­throw the govern­ment of one Mus­lim na­tion af­ter the other in or­der to cre­ate a caliphate of na­tions un­der the um­brella of the Brother­hood.

Now Syria, the last domino they seek to top­ple, is em­broiled in a bit­ter civil war, with Pres­i­dent Obama send­ing bil­lions of Amer­i­can tax dol­lars to sup­port al Qaeda and Is­lamic State fight­ers against the govern­ment of Syria. Yes, these are the same ter­ror­ists with whom Mr. Obama is pre­tend­ing to be at war.

But the great com­pli­ca­tion in Syria is that it is a vi­tal and strong ally of Rus­sia, whose troops are also in Syria, fight­ing the very Mus­lim rad­i­cals that Mr. Obama is bankrolling. A con­fronta­tion be­tween Amer­ica and Rus­sia looms on the hori­zon, and the Cuban Mis­sile Cri­sis of 1962 will pale in com­par­i­son to it.

But don’t take my word for it. Go to the web­sites of the Daily Mail, the Moscow Times and other news­pa­pers in Europe and Aus­tralia and read for your­self the news that the me­dia in Amer­ica refuse to print or broad­cast.

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