Chapo Trap House : Episode 5 – What’s So Civil About War, Anyway? | PODCAST

Then, we are joined by @CarlBeijer to game out the coming #tcot rebellion/Second Civil War and the possibility of the Rascal Scooter demographic waging a successful irregular war against the most powerful nation state in human history. We close out with a reading from friend of the show Kurt Schlichter and some “letters home” from the front lines.

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US begs Russia to stop offensive in the area of Aleppo | Colonel Cassad

The ball is now on Russia’s side, although given the existing coalition commitments towards Iran and Syria, is likely to be chosen a hybrid option, when for example in one aspect of fighting will be suspended (if the US will be able to affect “Green”) and the United States with the Russian Federation will be able to maintain some semblance of a truce, and in other areas the battles continue (especially where the strong position of “AL-Nusra”). The situation has gone too far for it be solved by exhortations, threats, elections and good will.

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The situation in Aleppo 16.04.2016 | Colonel Cassad

By the middle of the month the battle of Aleppo continues to be key to the progress and outcome of the Syrian war. Irrespective of the partly existing truce (which adheres to only a part of the “green” tied to the United States) and the holding of Syria’s elections (which will not be recognized by the West, “green” and the Kurds and de facto little influence on that), the war goes on and all 3 sides of the conflict take an active part in the operations under Aleppo. As before the fights go in different directions, where the parties are fighting among themselves. As previously noted is the fact that all 3 parties are trying to conduct offensive operations to achieve decisive results related to control of roads and settlements in Aleppo, which should provide advantages in the fight for the city itself divided into zones of control.

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