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“Let Russia, China or Napoleon Bonaparte Help” - Trump on helping the Kurds in Syria

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The US President held a kind of Twitter briefings about his decision to withdraw the American contingent from the territory of Syria, where the Americans had previously acted in conjunction with Kurdish armed groups. Donald Trump made it clear that the United States is not going to deal with either military support for the Kurds, or guarding the Syrian border.


“Let Russia, China or Napoleon Bonaparte Help” - Trump on helping the Kurds in Syria


In one of his many tweets on the situation in the north of the SAR, the American president wrote that anyone can protect and support the Kurds.

Trump:
I would rather focus on our southern border. By the way, the numbers (of illegal immigrants) are significantly reduced, and the wall is being built! Some people want the United States to defend the Syrian border (...) under the chairmanship of Bashar al-Assad, our enemy. (...) Anyone who wants to help Syria protect the Kurds, let them do it, be it Russia, China or Napoleon Bonaparte. I hope they all do this very well, and we are 7000 miles from there!

Earlier, the US president said that he was not going to engage American troops in the war, which "between these peoples has been going on for 200 years."

Recall that before this, Trump made a statement about the refusal of military assistance to the Kurds in Syria because the Kurds did not help the United States when landing in Normandy during the Second World War. Then Trump referred to a certain article.

Meanwhile, the Turkish operation in northeast Syria continues. At the same time, Turkish President Recep Erdogan said that Turkey "does not need Syrian cities, but needs security along its borders." According to recent reports, Syrian government troops are located in the vicinity of the city of Manbij, which previously Turkish forces controlled together with the Americans.
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  1. FenH
    FenH 15 October 2019 06: 51
    +11
    It’s called to shift from a sick head to a healthy one. Somewhere information flashed that the Kurds didn’t let the SAA into their cities, such as let them stand between them and the Turks. What’s the matter is SAA, let the sultas set their brains on them until the conditions stop setting
    1. Shurik70
      Shurik70 15 October 2019 07: 06
      +55
      Perhaps the most honest president of the United States in their history.
      Without any polites, he stated bluntly - we were shitting there, but we are not going to clean
      1. FenH
        FenH 15 October 2019 07: 08
        +6
        Quote: Shurik70
        Perhaps the most honest president of the United States in their history.
        Without any polites, he stated bluntly - we were shitting there, but we are not going to clean

        He will now blame everything on the Democrats, and a specially appointed commission will find a couple of three Kurds in the genealogical tree of Abama laughing
        1. krot
          krot 15 October 2019 13: 39
          +1
          Kurds didn’t help the USA when landing in Normandy during World War II

          So the Kurds did not help in landing the Americans on the moon! For this they generally need to be punished! laughing
          In general, seriously, are the stripes really so stupid? Tin!
      2. Tusv
        Tusv 15 October 2019 07: 39
        +3
        Quote: Shurik70
        Without any polites, he stated bluntly - we were shitting there, but we are not going to clean

        Well, not chavchem. About 200 years he said, then he translated the arrows into brit
        1. FenH
          FenH 15 October 2019 07: 42
          +4
          Quote: Tusv
          Quote: Shurik70
          Without any polites, he stated bluntly - we were shitting there, but we are not going to clean

          Well, not chavchem. About 200 years he said, then he translated the arrows into brit

          Well, the custodians
          From Serezhenky
          The Americans surrendered the Syrian city to the Russian troops. Further: https://news.rambler.ru/army/42993705/?utm_content=rnews&utm_medium=read_more&utm_source=copylink
        2. Yuyuka
          Yuyuka 15 October 2019 08: 32
          +2
          Quote: Tusv
          Quote: Shurik70
          Without any polites, he stated bluntly - we were shitting there, but we are not going to clean

          Well, not chavchem. About 200 years he said, then he translated the arrows into brit


          in vain he is like this - the queen will be offended ... he had to rewind another 300 years earlier - Columbus is to blame for everything! and it is necessary under sanctions - to deprive a residence permit
      3. Ross xnumx
        Ross xnumx 15 October 2019 07: 59
        +5
        Quote: Shurik70
        Perhaps the most honest president of the United States in their history.

        We will not say anything about the honesty of this US President, for there are rocket attacks, sanctions, accusations of violation of the INF Treaty, and doping hysteria. and North Korea, and Iran, drowning American tankers, and arrogant Russia, but ... stop
        statements on a given topic are definitely not without truth ... yes
      4. Greg Miller
        Greg Miller 15 October 2019 12: 15
        +2
        "What could be more terrible and more dangerous than being the enemy of the Anglo-Saxons? Only one thing - to be their ally!" Alexey Edrikhin-Vandaam
      5. lis-ik
        lis-ik 15 October 2019 14: 02
        +1
        Quote: Shurik70
        Perhaps the most honest president of the United States in their history.
        Without any polites, he stated bluntly - we were shitting there, but we are not going to clean

        Trump is a pragmatist in politics to the bone. That is what I sincerely wish for our bribe-takers from the authorities. He does not need to "shine" in foreign policy, he has achieved everything inside the country.
    2. English tarantas
      English tarantas 15 October 2019 07: 14
      -4
      Somewhere information flashed that the Kurds didn’t let the SAA into their cities, like let them stand between them and the Turks.

      That's right, first stop the external enemy, without quarreling with each other, and then deal with each other. This is in the interests of both CAA and the Kurds.
      let the sultas set their brains on them until the conditions cease to set

      Rather, until the Turks cut all the Kurds, and then they stay there to pump oil, as if you do not understand why the Turks are there.
      1. FenH
        FenH 15 October 2019 07: 16
        +3
        Quote: English Tarantas
        Somewhere information flashed that the Kurds didn’t let the SAA into their cities, like let them stand between them and the Turks.

        That's right, first stop the external enemy, without quarreling with each other, and then deal with each other. This is in the interests of both CAA and the Kurds.
        let the sultas set their brains on them until the conditions cease to set

        Rather, until the Turks cut all the Kurds, and then they stay there to pump oil, as if you do not understand why the Turks are there.

        Nothing right, either let them accept Assad, or let them deal with their problems themselves.
        1. English tarantas
          English tarantas 15 October 2019 07: 21
          -3
          The point is that either Assad is losing Kurdistan with oil, or genocide is beginning against the Kurds, which means the UN is introducing an armed contingent to prevent it and the Syrian spring is continuing. Personally, I see only one way out, it is necessary for the Kurds to help, Assad and GDP, then the Kurds will understand that we can be friends with our side and agree on autonomy (although if the memory of the Kurds does not fail me for Assad and it is not unreasonable). Because the Kurds understand that without external help they are like cattle for slaughter.
          1. FenH
            FenH 15 October 2019 07: 23
            +1
            Quote: English Tarantas
            The point is that either Assad is losing Kurdistan with oil, or genocide is beginning against the Kurds, which means the UN is introducing an armed contingent to prevent it and the Syrian spring is continuing. Personally, I see only one way out, the Kurds need help, Assad and GDP, then the Kurds will understand that we can be friends with our side and agree on autonomy. Because the Kurds understand that without external help they are like cattle for slaughter.

            Assad will protect the Kurds, and then they will howl about the genocide by the Syrians, organize their own republic, and the Syrians will be left with a nose, not oil.
            1. alexmach
              alexmach 15 October 2019 09: 06
              +2
              Assad will protect the Kurds, and then they will howl about the genocide by the Syrians, organize their own republic, and the Syrians will be left with a nose, not oil.

              Well, the east is a delicate matter ...

              But the author is above rights - just to abandon the Kurds - means to finally transfer their territory to Turkey. On the other hand, a direct clash with Turkey should also not be allowed. Plus, the Turks in Syria have their own puppets - CAA.
              1. FenH
                FenH 15 October 2019 09: 17
                +1
                Quote: alexmach
                Assad will protect the Kurds, and then they will howl about the genocide by the Syrians, organize their own republic, and the Syrians will be left with a nose, not oil.

                Well, the east is a delicate matter ...

                But the author is above rights - just to abandon the Kurds - means to finally transfer their territory to Turkey. On the other hand, a direct clash with Turkey should also not be allowed. Plus, the Turks in Syria have their own puppets - CAA.

                Without the full cooperation of the Kurds with Assad, you can put an end to this territory, because the Kurds are the same Turks, they also want to chop off a piece of territory. And the puppets are not SAA, but SSA hi
                1. alexmach
                  alexmach 15 October 2019 10: 48
                  +1
                  for the Kurds are the same Turks, they also want to chop off a piece of territory

                  Yes, in general, the situation in Syria has been and remains very difficult, and so it will probably continue.
                  And the puppets are not CAA, but CCA

                  Already confused in abbreviations ..
          2. Polite Moose
            Polite Moose 15 October 2019 08: 53
            +3
            Quote: English tarantass
            The point is that either Assad loses Kurdistan with oil, or genocide begins against Kurds

            Assad is not going to lose anything. His situation is now quite stable in order to make concessions. And genocide against the Kurds, it has long begun. In Turkey. And now it will continue in Syria. With the tacit approval of Russia. After some time, the Kurds, as a political force, will be healthy low fat. And, most likely, they will be ousted to Iraq. It will be a retribution for friendship with p-sami.
            Quote: English tarantass
            Kurds understand that without external help they are like cattle for slaughter.

            Previously, one had to think when they sniffed with n-selves.
            1. alexmach
              alexmach 15 October 2019 09: 07
              0
              And, most likely, they will be ousted to Iraq.

              Yeah, and they will populate their lands with "irreconcilable oppositionists" under the Turkish umbrella.
            2. English tarantas
              English tarantas 15 October 2019 10: 16
              -2
              And, most likely, they will be ousted to Iraq.

              I doubt very much that someone will supplant them. Yes and who? To oust the Kurds means becoming an aggressor, and this is again the UN and greetings to the foreign contingent.
              Previously, one had to think when they sniffed with n-selves.

              The fact is that the Kurds frankly do not care who is over the hill and who is not friends with them, they need help and a point, and if you refuse to help them because they cooperated with the USA, then what are you better than the USA?
              genocide against the Kurds it has long begun. In Turkey.

              So what am I talking about, not helping the Kurds means allowing the Turkish-Kurdish massacre in Syria.
              His situation is now quite stable in order to make concessions.

              Stable until the Armed Forces of the Russian Federation walk with the SAA. No one risks getting from Russia, even the Turks.
              1. Polite Moose
                Polite Moose 15 October 2019 10: 36
                +2
                Quote: English tarantass
                I doubt very much that someone will supplant them. Yes and who?

                First of all, the Turks. I strongly doubt that they will stop at 30km. from its border. The Sultan will no longer have such a convenient chance to resolve the "Kurdish issue". The Syrian government army will not interfere with this, even if it does not connect. The Kurds made their choice in due time. But, as it turned out, they bet on the wrong horse. Now they are Assad with his Kurdistan and just autonomy and why the heck do not need. Now it is enough for him to "turn on the refrigerator", that is, to keep silence on the phone. do not answer calls. Then, if anything, we can say that he didn’t know anything, that the battery in the phone was dead, that they were all Turks.
                Where else do poor Kurdish peasants go? Not to Turkey, indeed. Iraq remains. There’s a mess in Iraq.
                Quote: English tarantass
                and this is again the UN and hello the foreign contingent.

                While the UN swells the Kurds will roll out into a thin pancake. First of all, from the air. They have no chance without the help of the USA or the Russian Federation. The rest of the helpers can be easily stopped.
                1. English tarantas
                  English tarantas 15 October 2019 10: 39
                  -1
                  https://topwar.ru/163573-ssha-peredajut-kontrol-nad-sirijskim-manbidzhem-rossii.html
                  Here is the answer to the question we are discussing.
    3. dzvero
      dzvero 15 October 2019 07: 35
      +6
      According to the news, it was infa that the Kurds still signed an agreement with Assad and let the Syrian army go to them. In addition to Manbij, the CAA also approaches Raqqa. Soon they will occupy both the power plant and the Tapka airbase. It got to them, sick ... Paws are already up and the situation has changed dramatically - most likely Assad will "drive them into the stall."
      And Trump is handsome - not everyone is able to throw away yesterday's "allies" and make them guilty. The credibility of the United States as a reliable partner will fall below the floor. But for Russia this is also a problem - if everyone rushes to her as an arbiter and a key player, a headache for the Foreign Ministry will be guaranteed for many years ...
      1. FenH
        FenH 15 October 2019 07: 41
        0
        Quote: dzvero
        According to the news, it was infa that the Kurds still signed an agreement with Assad and let the Syrian army go to them. In addition to Manbij, the CAA also approaches Raqqa. Soon they will occupy both the power plant and the Tapka airbase. It got to them, sick ... Paws are already up and the situation has changed dramatically - most likely Assad will "drive them into the stall."
        And Trump is handsome - not everyone is able to throw away yesterday's "allies" and make them guilty. The credibility of the United States as a reliable partner will fall below the floor. But for Russia this is also a problem - if everyone rushes to her as an arbiter and a key player, a headache for the Foreign Ministry will be guaranteed for many years ...

        This is not only Trump, it is a national trait, Georgians are an example of this
        1. dzvero
          dzvero 15 October 2019 07: 49
          +1
          Who are the Georgians and who is Trump - there is already a qualitative leap smile These words are not scattered, and they will be heard for a long time not only personally to Trump, but also to US foreign policy as a whole.
          1. FenH
            FenH 15 October 2019 07: 51
            +1
            Quote: dzvero
            Who are the Georgians and who is Trump - there is already a qualitative leap smile These words are not scattered, and they will be heard for a long time not only personally to Trump, but also to US foreign policy as a whole.

            Depending on who will be the new president. Trump will bring down not Democrats, democrats on Trump
            1. dzvero
              dzvero 15 October 2019 07: 56
              0
              And UTB too. Let's see how events develop - the situation is too dynamic. In my opinion, overcoming a crisis should be outlined within a week. No one will delay. But something seems to me that the solution will be non-trivial for the western man in the street.
              1. FenH
                FenH 15 October 2019 08: 01
                0
                Quote: dzvero
                And UTB too. Let's see how events develop - the situation is too dynamic. In my opinion, overcoming a crisis should be outlined within a week. No one will delay. But something seems to me that the solution will be non-trivial for the western man in the street.

                It seems that soon they will gather in Sochi again, decide
    4. Vend
      Vend 15 October 2019 10: 03
      0
      Nothing changes laughing The USA is shitting, and someone else should clean up after them.
    5. den3080
      den3080 15 October 2019 13: 59
      0
      And let the iron saw work
      Not for work, my mother gave birth to me
      laughing
  2. Hto tama
    Hto tama 15 October 2019 06: 52
    +13
    And speaking of Napoleon, did he mean Macron? what And yes the fence is more important laughing drinks
    1. FenH
      FenH 15 October 2019 07: 04
      +9
      Quote: hto tama
      And speaking of Napoleon, did he mean Macron? what And yes the fence is more important laughing drinks

      His senya rabbit taught how to easily raise money on the fence laughing
    2. 210ox
      210ox 15 October 2019 07: 32
      +5
      He’s doing everything right, his shirt is closer to his body. The fence is certainly more important .. And the Kurds, by the way, are merged ...
  3. Dmitry Potapov
    Dmitry Potapov 15 October 2019 06: 53
    +9
    Well, fine! Get out on your continent, everything in the world will be calmer!
    1. Uncle lee
      Uncle lee 15 October 2019 06: 58
      +6
      Quote: Dmitry Potapov
      Get out on your continent

      If they sat there and climbed out, how many wars in the world!
      1. Aerodrome
        Aerodrome 15 October 2019 07: 15
        +2
        “Let Russia, China or Napoleon Bonaparte Help” - Trump on helping the Kurds in Syria
        no "profit" - no help ... it's simple! Trump is primarily a businessman, and lastly a politician.
    2. Incvizitor
      Incvizitor 15 October 2019 19: 47
      0
      What is your continent? This is the land of Native Americans, let these generally knock down ... wherever you go ... into space, preferably in the sun. laughing
  4. rocket757
    rocket757 15 October 2019 06: 54
    +7
    Those. there is no benefit, but for something ephemeral, such as the principles of dermocracy and something like that, Trump does not intend to "butt"!
    The normal, ordinary logic of a particular businessman .........
  5. Nycomed
    Nycomed 15 October 2019 07: 02
    +3
    And the Kurds did not help the Japanese in the attack of Pearl Harbor?
    1. FenH
      FenH 15 October 2019 07: 14
      +2
      Quote: Nycomed
      А Kurds didn’t help the Japanese attack Pearl Harbor?

      The CIA has suspicions that they lit up in Vietnam wink
    2. Aerodrome
      Aerodrome 15 October 2019 07: 16
      +5
      Quote: Nycomed
      And the Kurds did not help the Japanese in the attack of Pearl Harbor?

      helped. and the Indians also plagued them. yes and the chapel ... wassat
      1. FenH
        FenH 15 October 2019 07: 21
        0
        Quote: Aerodrome
        Quote: Nycomed
        And the Kurds did not help the Japanese in the attack of Pearl Harbor?

        helped. and the Indians also plagued them. yes and the chapel ... wassat

        On the contrary, helped the Indians to remove scalps laughing
        1. Aerodrome
          Aerodrome 15 October 2019 07: 22
          +2
          Quote: FenH
          Quote: Aerodrome
          Quote: Nycomed
          And the Kurds did not help the Japanese in the attack of Pearl Harbor?

          helped. and the Indians also plagued them. yes and the chapel ... wassat

          On the contrary, helped the Indians to remove scalps laughing

          or so ... what's the difference? the main part!
          1. FenH
            FenH 15 October 2019 07: 25
            +1
            Quote: Aerodrome

            or so ... what's the difference? the main part!

            And they help Mexicans dig tunnels under the wall
            1. Alexey RA
              Alexey RA 15 October 2019 14: 25
              +1
              Quote: FenH
              And they help Mexicans dig tunnels under the wall

              There are other specialists in the digging of tunnels in the same area - who are also always to blame for the "civilized world". smile
              1. FenH
                FenH 15 October 2019 14: 54
                0
                Quote: Alexey RA
                Quote: FenH
                And they help Mexicans dig tunnels under the wall

                There are other experts on digging tunnels in the same regions.
                - who are always to blame for everything in the "civilized world". smile

                These "specialists" help with detection, they have rich experience drinks
  6. V1er
    V1er 15 October 2019 07: 06
    +4
    I hope they all do this very well, and we are 7000 miles from there!

    They would always have understood this! That they are 7000 miles away from almost any European and Asian states, and all this does not concern them! I hope Trump will be reminded of this tweet when the Americans begin to climb into the war of peoples again, which has been going 200 years for 7000 miles from its border.
  7. askort154
    askort154 15 October 2019 07: 10
    +3
    "..... The United States defended the Syrian border (...) under the chairmanship of Bashar al-Assad, our enemy ....

    But what about Obama's motto - "Assad must go"? He was picked up by all Western rulers, and for five years he did not leave the pages of the media. We have formed a coalition from as many as 63 countries. Assad is still in place, and the Yankees are forced to go home, and at the same time continue to call Assad - their enemy.
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  9. K-50
    K-50 15 October 2019 07: 31
    +2
    "Let Russia, China or Napoleon Bonaparte help" - Trump on helping the Kurds in Syria. Donald Trump made it clear that the United States is not going to engage in either military support for the Kurds or the protection of the Syrian border.

    This should be remembered by all Ping dos sii "allies". As soon as they smell "fried" they will throw everyone off the tail to survive only for them.
    Particularly "stubborn" can further proclaim striped "messiahs". yes lol
  10. Mavrikiy
    Mavrikiy 15 October 2019 07: 33
    +4
    and we are 7000 miles from there!
    Gold words. And where were the eyelets before? feel
    Will withdraw troops? I do not believe! A trader must steal something.
    1. FenH
      FenH 15 October 2019 07: 44
      0
      Quote: Mavrikiy
      and we are 7000 miles from there!
      Gold words. And where were the eyelets before? feel
      Will withdraw troops? I do not believe! A trader must steal something.

      That's right, they already decided to stay in southern Syria hi
  11. stels_07
    stels_07 15 October 2019 07: 44
    +1
    Trump was probably not told about oil
    1. Mavrikiy
      Mavrikiy 15 October 2019 07: 58
      +1
      Quote: stels_07
      Trump was probably not told about oil

      Everything is correct, everything was told to everyone. It's just that the price of oil is different. Bickering with the Sultan is too expensive, you need to return him to the stall. The nuclear base is worth a lot. They imposed sanctions, and the Kurds have already rushed to Syria, the Turks will have to curtail the operation. Trump on horseback: "As I sanctioned him then. They work, if smartly."
      1. FenH
        FenH 15 October 2019 08: 07
        0
        Quote: Mavrikiy
        Quote: stels_07
        Trump was probably not told about oil

        Everything is correct, everything was told to everyone. It's just that the price of oil is different. Bickering with the Sultan is too expensive, you need to return him to the stall. The nuclear base is worth a lot. They imposed sanctions, and the Kurds have already rushed to Syria, the Turks will have to curtail the operation. Trump on horseback: "As I sanctioned him then. They work, if smartly."

        The sultan has better maps, a striped base and control over the straits, plus refugees. IMHO, this whole operation was conceived in order to spoil the blood of old Europe and the rams (France) to return to the herd hi
    2. Alexey RA
      Alexey RA 15 October 2019 14: 30
      +1
      Quote: stels_07
      Trump was probably not told about oil

      Imagine this picture.
      - Write: "Anyone who wants to help Syria to protect the Kurds, let him do it, be it Russia, China or Napoleon Bonaparte. I hope they all do a great job with this, and we are 7000 miles away!"
      - Mr. President, they found oil from the Kurds.
      - Urgently delete everything! Write: "We will not allow anybody to interfere in the affairs of the independent Kurdistan we support, be it Russia, China or Napoleon Bonaparte. Even though we are 7000 miles away!"
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    1. Mavrikiy
      Mavrikiy 15 October 2019 08: 33
      +1
      Quote: askort154
      I would rather focus on our southern border.

      And between the lines - we lost in Syria, it's time to leave.

      You surely lost in Syria, and we won. feel
  13. Vasyan1971
    Vasyan1971 15 October 2019 07: 48
    +3
    ... and we are 7000 miles from there!

    Nice! And how many miles are they from Georgia, Poland, the Baltic states? Or until they got it?
  14. prior
    prior 15 October 2019 08: 07
    +1
    "The Kurds did not help the US landings in Normandy during World War II."

    Following this logic, America has not yet paid with Russia for support and recognition when creating the United States under the tsar-priest!
    Trump - repay the debts of Russia! Can the territory of Alaska ...
  15. Vitaly Tsymbal
    Vitaly Tsymbal 15 October 2019 08: 22
    0
    As soon as people begin to understand that money for the family must be earned not by killing and robbing neighbors, but by peaceful labor, wars end. If Assad succeeds in convincing the Kurds to surrender the weapons received from "American friends" and create equal conditions for the Kurds for the development of production, trade, participation in the country's political life, then the world will return to this territory. True, it is necessary that the "good uncles" could not supply weapons to the radicals on the territory of Syria.
  16. English tarantas
    English tarantas 15 October 2019 08: 23
    -1
    Quote: FenH
    Quote: English Tarantas
    The point is that either Assad is losing Kurdistan with oil, or genocide is beginning against the Kurds, which means the UN is introducing an armed contingent to prevent it and the Syrian spring is continuing. Personally, I see only one way out, the Kurds need help, Assad and GDP, then the Kurds will understand that we can be friends with our side and agree on autonomy. Because the Kurds understand that without external help they are like cattle for slaughter.

    Assad will protect the Kurds, and then they will howl about the genocide by the Syrians, organize their own republic, and the Syrians will be left with a nose, not oil.

    Well, what do you suggest? Now the Kurds have let the SAA into their lands, I remember when someone enters their troops into the country, even at her request, and then does not withdraw for a long time it does not end well. And the Syrian army in Kurdistan for a long time, as long as there is Turkey, besides, Kurdistan does not end with Syria and the Kurds have fought for independence for so long, they are unlikely to live like that. They need to be agreed with and helped outside of their territory, and not protected within the Syrian part of Kurdistan.
  17. Chaldon48
    Chaldon48 15 October 2019 08: 27
    0
    Trump decided to put himself before the elections as a kind of parent of US interests, and he does not care about some Kurds, because they will not go to the ballot boxes, so he’s washed his hands, as they say.
  18. faterdom
    faterdom 15 October 2019 08: 40
    0
    He did not expect him such a deep knowledge of history.
    Indeed, Napoleon was considering going through Persia to India, at the same time as the Russian army sent by Paul I through Afghanistan to India.
    But, during the campaign that had already begun, as a result of the coup, Paul was killed, and Alexander I changed his alliance with France to an alliance with Great Britain. The campaign, of course, was immediately canceled.
    So, really Napoleon could pass through the Kurdish lands. He would hardly have given them freedom only; he was seated by his marshals as kings of conquered lands, so that both the Persian Shah and the Indian Maharajas could become Davout or Lan. And Platov was the chieftain of the all-Indian Cossack Sikh-Gurkh army.
  19. Campanella
    Campanella 15 October 2019 09: 02
    +1
    The Americans in their repertoire are business and nothing but business.
    Assad is an enemy, therefore we do not support ... You might think that they are harnessed for "friends" too.
    It is necessary to somehow save face while reducing its influence, that’s nonsense.
  20. kunstkammer
    kunstkammer 15 October 2019 09: 05
    0
    Quote: English tarantass
    then the Kurds will understand that ...

    well, others will understand that when ... and by the third they will certainly get it, which is always ... And only the Russians have the rake ready!
    When will it reach the Russians?
  21. Paul Siebert
    Paul Siebert 15 October 2019 09: 12
    0
    The time for the American games in Syria is coming to an end. The territory controlled by the Kurds is returned to the control of Damascus. Oil fields fall under the hand of Bashar al-Assad. The Americans are dismantling their bases and knocking down at home. Kurdish militias are joining the Syrian Arab Army. The flags of the Syrian Arab Republic fly over the American-Kurdish Humvees.
    It is time to reap the fruits of our victories in Syria. Can you do it?
  22. usr01
    usr01 15 October 2019 09: 50
    0
    No, well, that one ... handsome !!!
    First he threw the Kurds, and then he also scoffs !!! am
  23. A man with a capital letter
    A man with a capital letter 15 October 2019 10: 30
    -1
    "we are 7000 miles from there!"
    I wish the author of the declension learned
  24. Alex Justice
    Alex Justice 15 October 2019 10: 31
    0
    and we are 7000 miles from there!

    From other countries even further, but the troops are there. Double standard.
  25. VyacheSeymour
    VyacheSeymour 15 October 2019 11: 03
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    Empires sprang up, weakened, crumbled and rebelled again.
    But always the Kurds who formed them, in difficult moments for the empire, flirted with a higher, more powerful neighbor. They got their own state for that, but as soon as the owner was lame, they flirted with the enemy of their overlord, for which they had not yet fallen as their master (I gave birth to you, I’ll kill you). An eternal desire to be someone’s puppet or to get something from someone’s
    hands and brought them to their current position.
    The Kurdish commander of the Syrian Democratic Forces, Mazlum Kobani (Abdi), proposed that the United States either stop the Turkish offensive or leave the region to make way for Russian forces and Syrian government forces.

    Kobani said the United States refuses to “protect people” and does not allow “other forces,” TASS reports.

    Kobani demanded that the United States answer whether they are able to protect the Kurds and "stop the bombing." If not, then Kobani is ready to negotiate with Russia and the Syrian authorities, "to invite their aircraft."

    Kobani said the US presence in the region "opposed" the Kurds "everyone else in Syria." He noted that the Kurds “cooperated in good faith” with the United States, but if they could not stop the Turkish bombing, then the Americans should “step aside” so that they could “let the Russians in” in their place.

    in the face of the Turkish invasion, the Kurds have already made it clear that they are looking for a new ally in the person of Russia.

    AND OPOPHEOSIS: -
    You sold us. It’s immoral, "said Kobani.

    Thirty silver coins are over ... It is time to find new ones ... The great cosmopolitan Salah ad-Din - sprinkles ashes on his head, looking from heaven at the unholy moralists of his descendants ...
  26. faterdom
    faterdom 15 October 2019 11: 11
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    Quote: VyacheSeymour
    AND OPOPHEOSIS: -

    This is just opupheosis!
  27. Dym71
    Dym71 15 October 2019 12: 07
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    or Napoleon Bonaparte.

    A hint of France? bully
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  29. Next
    Next 15 October 2019 19: 43
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    Doni well done! He says what he thinks and how he is. Fine)))
  30. kamikaze
    kamikaze 16 October 2019 01: 04
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    RUSSIA also needs to criticize America for the fact that in the 13th century it did not help to restrain the Mongol Tatars to KIEV RUSSIA laughing laughing laughing
  31. Vkd dvk
    Vkd dvk 16 October 2019 01: 12
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    Quote: Shurik70
    Perhaps the most honest president of the United States in their history.
    Without any polites, he stated bluntly - we were shitting there, but we are not going to clean

    Cynicism and outright rudeness does not stand next to truthfulness.