Russia and the United States are entering more tensed regions as the situation in Syria worsens. According to a top U.S. general, a Syrian “No-Fly” zone could mean an all-out war, while the United States continues to press on Russia about war crimes and barbarism. Could there be a world war around the corner?
Marine Gen. Joseph Dunford told the Senate Armed Services Committee Thursday that enforcing a no-fly” zone in Syria would mean that the United States is declaring an all-out war against Syria and Russia. The official warned about the serious consequences of the policy backed by predominant sections within the Republican Party as well as Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton.
No Fly Zone Ignites War
Previously, Secretary of State John Kerry repeatedly pushed for a one-sided “no-fly” zone wherein Russia is required to adhere but will still allow U.S. warplanes to carry on with airstrikes.
“For now, for us to control all the airspace in Syria would require us to go to war with Syria and Russia,” Global Research quoted Dunford.
“That’s a pretty fundamental decision that certainly I’m not going to make.”
With how things are going, it appears Washington is trying to pursue a continuation of unending wars in the Middle East, according to the report. As if to add more fuel to the fire, the United States has accused of Russia with “barbarism” in Aleppo.
U.S. ambassador to the UN Samantha Power claimed that Russia has been saying outright lies about how it is operating in Syria, as reported by BBC. She added that Russia and the Syrian regime were “laying waste to what is left of an iconic Middle Eastern city.” Russia, on the other hand, claimed it has been attempting to take out terrorists in Aleppo with minimal causalities as much as possible.