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Why Trump Isn’t Bragging About Syria


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The United States realm does not seem to mind who dies as long as the tax obligation bucks keep flowing right into the battle equipment. Cenk Uygur, hosts of The Young Turks, breaks it down. Inform us what you think in the remark area below.

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" WASHINGTON/BEIRUT (Reuters) – U.S. Defense Assistant Jim Mattis disregarded concerns on Thursday that the USA was being dragged into a wider dispute in Syria, after a major clash with pro-Syrian federal government forces overnight that might have left 100 or more of them dead.

The U.S.-led coalition stated it fended off an unprovoked attack near the Euphrates River by hundreds of troops aligned with Syrian President Bashar al-Assad, that were backed by weapons, tanks, multiple-launch rocket systems and also mortars.

The occurrence underscored the capacity for more problem in Syria's oil-rich east, where the U.S.-backed Syrian Autonomous Forces (SDF) alliance of Kurdish as well as Arab militias holds swathes of land after its offensive versus Islamic State.

Assad, who is sustained by Russia as well as by Shi'ite militias backed by Iran, has actually said he intends to repossess every square inch of Syria.
The pro-government forces were "likely looking for to confiscate oilfields in Khusham" east of the Euphrates in Deir al-Zor district, said a UNITED STATE authorities on problem of privacy." *.

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  1. Posted by ElChapo Junior, at Reply

    As long as he supports Kurdistan I’m happy

    • Posted by Stranger Happened, at Reply

      +Peyman Turkey has had countless wars with Russia and has lost almost all of them, and Cenk has published over 100 videos about how “the Russians” are under every bed attacking the “democracy” (laugh with me), even though nearly every of those stories is based on the zero evidence claims by MacCarthyites, the intelligence community and pro-Cold War think tanks that greatly benefit from all of it.

    • Posted by Je m'appelle Cihan, at Reply

      you seem salty. butt hurt much? ahaha

    • Posted by khashayar mesgar, at Reply

      oh cute!! you think he cares 😀

  2. Posted by Charlemagne Emperor of The Romans, at Reply

    America supports Al Qaeda and ISIS in Syria. The CIA and the Pentagon actively support radical Islamic terrorism in the fight against Russian and Iranian influence in the Middle East. Congratulations America! ISIS is your ally!

    • Posted by jack johnson, at Reply

      YES….Ovomit DID support ISIS….not no more.

    • Posted by FilmNitrate, at Reply

      Your logic is flawless. Bravo. Clearly, you are destined to do great things in your life. All you have to do now is move out of your parents basement.

    • Posted by Pro Libertate, at Reply

      FilmNitrate says the guy insulting people on YouTube… sad..

    • Posted by Michel Rheaume, at Reply

      spot on ! I love the truth

  3. Posted by javi del, at Reply

    oil, always is oil.

    • Posted by Poochie Collins, at Reply

      *@javi : please link us to an article providing evidence that American oil companies benefit off the Syria conflict.*

    • Posted by Willie Purdom, at Reply

      James Parker, what planet are you from?…Every war we ever fought in that area has been about oil. You think colonizer really care about democracy around the world?…hell, if they did, they wouldn’t stay once the job is done. Either you are extremely ignorant, or you think we are.

    • Posted by James Parker, at Reply

      I don’t think you’re ignorant, I know you’re. You’re ignorant even by youtube comments section standards and that is a low bar.
      “Every war we ever fought in that area has been about oil”
      Really dude? Even the wars thousands of years ago before anyone knew oil was valuable? Even the wars in the countries in the region that don’t have any oil?
      “You think colonizer really care about democracy around the world”
      I don’t remember saying anything about democracy. The United States wants leverage and a say in the final status of Syria. However it isn’t there for oil, because no US oil company in its right mind would invest in Syria’s oil for reasons I have already gone over.

  4. Posted by chickendinner2012, at Reply

    We need to leave all these countries, no more regime change wars!

    • Posted by billybob boingboing, at Reply

      shutup have you ever seen or battled one dem rag heads?

    • Posted by thewanderandhiscomp, at Reply

      Joe Scirrotto starting to reform buddy are u out of date

    • Posted by William Cunningham, at Reply

      How is destroying ISIS regime change? Stopping them from slaughtering Americans and their allies not to mention killing hundreds of thousands of innocent people in Iraq and Syria. Go back to smoking pot and worrying about yourself.

  5. Posted by BloodMoneyLLC, at Reply

    American policy in Syria is to support ISIS, Al Qaeda, and other radical Sunni Muslim groups. They are supposed to be the alternative to the Russian and Iranian backed Syrian regime. The only reason we’re even fighting the Assad regime is that he’s backed by powers that dare to be independent from the international system of the American Empire.

    • Posted by Pro Libertate, at Reply

      Our policy is interventionism, to keep conflicts going anywhere with anyone, to funnel tax money the military industries…

    • Posted by Sarah Bronkman, at Reply

      BloodMoneyLLC tru dat

    • Posted by Dan Sanger, at Reply

      Boring Alex Jones style conspiracy theory. Never attribute to malice that which can be explained by stupidity.

    • Posted by BloodMoneyLLC, at Reply

      Dan Sanger This is not Alex Jones style conspiracy theory. It’s an open secret that there are blurred lines between the “rebels” supported by the US and ISIS (and other extremist Sunni Islamist groups). There is a lot of overlap between US backed rebels, Al Qaeda, and ISIS– which makes sense given the sectarian nature of the civil war. US allies in the region (that hate Iran) like Saudi Arabia, Israel, and the Gulf States are more than happy to support Sunni Islamists in Syria because they are the only logical alternative to a Shia friendly (hence Iran friendly) regime.

      I _am_ explaining American foreign policy in Syria (and the Greater Middle East on into Central Asia) in terms of the of stupidity of the people who implement our policy there:

      The US wants regime change in Syria that will favor American interests in the region, and we will do anything to make that happen.
      There is nothing more shortsighted than supporting Sunni Muslim extremism in a volatile region;

      We are only being this shortsighted because those extremists (ISIS, Al Nusra, Al Qaeda, and associated affiliates) are the mortal enemies of the proxy ethnic and political groups (allied with the Syrian regime, such as Shias, Alawites, Christians, etc) supported by the foreign powers (Russia and Iran) which challenge American hegemony and influence.

  6. Posted by 4T3hM4kr0n!, at Reply

    Man ISIS got EXTERMINATED in Iraq due to the mosul offensive. They’re also losing ground in syria. The cockroaches have nowhere left to run.

    • Posted by Ignar Husky Progressive Maddog, at Reply

      4T3hM4kr0n! Also Raqqa was liberated. ISIS, as a caliphate and organized Jihad, is defeated. They’re down to desert camps and cave hideouts.

    • Posted by horsemalph, at Reply

      That’s when it gets dangerous. They strike abroad with terror attacks.

    • Posted by Ignar Husky Progressive Maddog, at Reply

      horsemalph Yes, but that doesn’t mean they’re a force to be feared. If anything, the number of attempts will rise, but due to the recent years and counter-terrorism tech advancing and the fact ISIS has little resources left and desperate, those attempts will most likely fail or injure people, or even get them before it happens. While I hope we can see their attempts fail and we catch them before damage is done, I don’t believe the number of people dying from an attack from ISIS is miniscule. The risk is still there and there’s a chance they’ll have time to do some damage befkre they’re stopped, but unless they have something planned in wait for the right moment, I don’t think many more people will die specifically from ISIS.

      Other forms of Terrorism exist. And there’s other Terrorist organizations. I can’t vouch for that. I only feel comfortable on my opinion with ISIS.

    • Posted by 4T3hM4kr0n!, at Reply

      not really horsemalph. They’ve lost a tremendous amount of man power and equipment due to the recent offensives and most of they’re command and “civil” structure was killed in mosul.

  7. Posted by Uno G, at Reply

    Not to mention all the Iranian troops fighting ISIS in Syria.

    • Posted by Kong Kong, at Reply

      yes, russia, syria, iran, shites on one side, usa, saudi arabs, isis, sunis on another. fnckall the whole world can see which side who is on

  8. Posted by Jack Daniel, at Reply

    Ask Kissinger, he might know.

    • Posted by Michel Rheaume, at Reply

      or ask Netanyahu the rat

    • Posted by Abdul Dawood, at Reply

      Lmao Kissinger is NOT my friend.

  9. Posted by harry johnson, at Reply

    Question, who said, “I am smarter than all the Generals. I will defeat ISIS in 30 days”? Hint. It wasn’t Hillary Clinton, George Bush (either Bill Clinton, Barack Obama, Sylvester Stallone, and quite a few others.

  10. Posted by thomas petsas, at Reply

    another question not asked by you Cenk Uygur,what is turkey doing in syria,regards from cyprus.

    • Posted by Josh Levinsky, at Reply

      Emhyr – Lol, the same way he paid him to repeatedly call for his ouster. You gotta love it.

    • Posted by immortal champion, at Reply

      Enjoy Cyprus while it lasts we Turks r taking it back soon. You see we r installing weak leaders on Turkish side because we will cause Cyprus to be more aggressive so that we will invade it. We will also kick British out of the island whose d u r sucking

    • Posted by Catastrophic Broccoli, at Reply

      +thomas petsas Cenk has done a number of videos in the past criticizing the current leadership of Turkey. Why aren’t YOU making videos about this? Could it be because you approve of them? yes, that’s what I thought. You’re pro-terrorist. Seem fair?

  11. Posted by Peter Lynch, at Reply

    It’s nice to see some Syria coverage. I hope Cenk does more of this.

    • Posted by erlich, at Reply

      Peter Lynch as long as Qatari money goes in TYT pockets

    • Posted by Alika Ostermiller, at Reply

      I’d rather not. The Turks are pretty bad at foreign policy.

    • Posted by footy vids, at Reply

      he sees russians under his bed

  12. Posted by zahrans, at Reply


    If by *we* y’mean Assad, Russians, Iranians and the Kurds then sure, you lot wiped out ISIS

    • Posted by TheByzantineBeserker, at Reply

      Ramyar Alizadeh. And the Western-back SDF, and special forces from the US, UK, France and Germany.

    • Posted by TheByzantineBeserker, at Reply

      ibkillah. Seems to be.

    • Posted by Spirit of the Fox, at Reply

      “WE” = SDF = mostly YPG, a Marxist Kurdish guerilla, also at war with Turkey in Afrin province (west). Yes, Turkey, the 2nd largest NATO army, a key US ally, who’s also supporting Jihadist terror group while pleasing Russia at the same time. See the problems?
      Also, why TYT doesn’t cover the Afrin situation? AKA major US betrayal of local allies, a NATO member using islamist militias to take them down, Russia manipulating everybody, etc.

  13. Posted by Alfred Epding, at Reply

    As Cenk has stated there has been a near total U.S. media black out about recent events like this in Syria and what coverage we do get is biased against the Syrian Govt., Iran, and Russia. You never hear about mass deaths and destruction caused by U.S. bombings including cruel incendiary bombs that burn people alive and are illegal under International law. Our very presence in Syria is a violation of International law. You also don’t hear of the new Turkish invasion (A NATO ally of ours) into Afrin province where they have stated that any American troops disguised in what the Turks consider to be Kurdish rebel uniforms will be shot as if a terrorist. The invasion started almost two weeks ago and is another escalation of the war we don’t need.

    • Posted by onur meggmet, at Reply

      Alfred Epding I am Kurdish (Turkey citizen) and we support this operation. Ypg pkk dys mlkm etc. are same.

    • Posted by Ron Van Leeuwen, at Reply

      Mad Dog Mattis just recently stated that there is no proof that the Assad Government has ever used chemical weapons .As to Saddam ‘s use of the same , those chemical weapons were supplied to him by the US Government .

    • Posted by Walter Scott, at Reply

      Alfred Epding no mention of Syrian government bombing its own civilians with chemical weapons ?

  14. Posted by Joe Doe, at Reply

    Still no mention from TYT of the Turkey invasion in Syria to attack American backed Kurdish militias.
    Or how Turkey is now threatening Greece again.

    I wonder why that is.

    And now he is pretending America invaded Syria under the pretense of attacking ISIS, because they were arming them. I guess violating international law with war isn’t as important as propagating a Russian hacked election bullshit.

    • Posted by Joe Doe, at Reply

      Je m’appelle Cihan
      How do you determine a person’s nationality because they asked about topics a media organisation decides to ignore.
      If i ask why TYT has ignored the Yemen conflict baring 1 story they did several months ago, does that make me from Yemen.

      And you realise it was the American financial institutions that helped bankrupt Greece, along with draconian terms imposed by German banks. What people with 2 brain cells see as a leveraged buyout.

      But i guess you wouldn’t know anything about that, because you are a myopic moron.

    • Posted by Je m'appelle Cihan, at Reply

      I determine it simply by listening someone talking about a pathetic puppet of a country that nobody cares about other than an overexaggerated holiday destination. There is a war in Yemen and it is a well known subject by every informed person.
      But the butt hurt of the Greek population over the islands is known by Greeks even Turkish people do not care about.

    • Posted by Joe Doe, at Reply

      Je m’appelle Cihan
      You hear what you want to hear, i made a one line remark about escalating conflicts and you proceed to made bigoted remarks towards Greeks. I guess i will assume you are Turkish and that you have a prejudice against them.

      Let’s ignore the fact Turkey is being run by an insane theocrat who is trying to start a war with everyone, a country full of people hated by the world for the aggressive actions and history of genocide.

    • Posted by immortal champion, at Reply

      Joe Doe no it would be Americans hated by the world and butthurt Armenians hated by whole middleeast. Get your facts straight inbred

    • Posted by Joe Doe, at Reply

      immortal champion
      The only people that hate Armenians are the Turks. After all they suffered a genocide at the hands of Turkey, one which people like you deny.

      As a matter of fact the middle east collectively hate the Turks and have for centuries. They are the only faction of Muslims that attack other Muslims, so while the other tribes lived in relative peace the Turks always started wars.

      Congratulations, you are part of a country that is hated by the entire world. Takes a special kind of people for that.

  15. Posted by Tim Dunk, at Reply

    Just another American ILLEGAL occupation. What’s the big deal?

  16. Posted by lolfeg, at Reply

    How can Trump be Putin’s puppet if he is attacking Putin’s ally?

    • Posted by MisterCool, at Reply

      I asked that same question!

    • Posted by Michel Rheaume, at Reply

      He is a jewish puppet , related to Netanyahu

  17. Posted by Syksy, at Reply

    Has TYT said anything about Rojava or Afrin at all? Or even just Turkey’s actions? I haven’t been watching them a lot recently but I’m getting the sense that they’re ignoring the issue…

  18. Posted by Matthew Lewis, at Reply

    Luckily there were no dead Russian’s in the attack.

  19. Posted by W E, at Reply

    The Syrian Army, Hezbollah and Russia have defeated ISIS. The US has been doing the contrary.

  20. Posted by The Redlands, at Reply

    People used to say “I could do a better job than the President!” These days however, it’s actually true for most people.