Putin urges caution in Syria in New York Times op-ed

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Alja

Matawan, NJ

#1 Sep 12, 2013
Putin urges caution in Syria in New York Times op-ed
September 11, 2013 | 11:37PM ET
Russian leader claims US strike in Syria would trigger new wave of terrorism

Russian President Vladimir Putin, in an op-ed article published by the New York Times Wednesday, said a potential strike by the United States against Syria would increase violence in the Middle East and destabilize the global system of international law and order.

The Russian leader also said he has no doubt poisonous gas was used in Syria, referencing the Aug. 21 chemical attack that the U.S. says killed over 1,000 Syrian civilians on Aug. 21.

“But there is every reason to believe it was used not by the Syrian Army, but by opposition forces, to provoke intervention by their powerful foreign patrons, who would be siding with the fundamentalists,” Putin wrote in the op-ed.

Putin said the U.S.'s proposed military action would "unleash a new wave of terrorism."

Citing the Iraq and Afghanistan wars, Putin said U.S. military intervention in foreign countries had become customary -- something he called alarming and harmful to America’s long-term interests. He also said the U.S. is becoming the symbol of “brute force,” instead of a model for democracy.

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Shinichiro Takizawa

Tachikawa, Japan

#2 Sep 12, 2013
[1]
The U.S. is special, because the U.S. realized democracy first and because only the U.S. realized democracy.

[2]
The problem is,
the top1% of the U.S. think themselves as special.

The top1% of the U.S. think themselves as "the house of Hapsburg" or "the House of Bourbon" or etc.

[3]
And, this is happening too in Russia, Japan, France, British, etc. now.

So, Putin too himself is the problem.

Top1%, Putin, Japan, France, British, emperor, Japanese-emperor,
all of them are denying democracy.

[4]
When we consdier today's world,
a country which can realize democracy completely
may have the right to call itself as special.

Russia is not special.
Japan is not spercial.
Germany is not sppecial.
China is not special.
France is not special.
Europe is not special.

[5]
But, the world must not work against America's efforts.

The U.S. is the closest country to democracy.
Yes, today's America has a lot of problems.
But, the U.S. can achieve democracy first.

(I think that most of the problems were cuased by Japan, Germany, China, Taiwan, South-Korea and Soviet-Union.)

[6]
The true problem is
why those who read lots of girls' comics
can be and will be politicians???

Girls love "the house of Hapsburg" or "the House of Bourbon".

Yes, "the house of Hapsburg" or "the House of Bourbon" are beautified in girls' comics.
Yes, "the house of Hapsburg" or "the House of Bourbon" are beautified in those comics which are targeted at children.

But, politicians must not love such idiot comics.
Shinichiro Takizawa

Tachikawa, Japan

#3 Sep 12, 2013
Maybe,
American-politicians, top1%, and economists and Putin, Europe, Japan, Japanese-emperor, etc.
may want to be
a Hapsburg or a Bourbon.

But, it is not democracy.
Shinichiro Takizawa

Tachikawa, Japan

#4 Sep 12, 2013
American-politicians, top1%, and economists and Putin, Europe, Japan, Japanese-emperor, etc.
are always saying exactly the same things
which girls who read lots of girl's comics and donot study
say.

Girls who read lots of girl's comics and donot study
love "the house of Hapsburg" or "the House of Bourbon".

And,
American-politicians, top1%, and economists and Putin, Europe, Japan, Japanese-emperor, etc.
love "the house of Hapsburg" or "the House of Bourbon".

Those girls
and
American-politicians, top1%, and economists and Putin, Europe, Japan, Japanese-emperor, etc.
are saying the same thing.

I can NEVER respect them.
Shinichiro Takizawa

Tachikawa, Japan

#5 Sep 12, 2013
What is more,
for example,
in junior-high-schools
Japanese-people are forced to learn love-poetries of ancestors of Japanese-emperors.

This is how anti-democracy can be prospered in Japan.

I will be an American.
I cannot understand Japan.

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