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Movng Farther South With Little Indication of Restraint

Reader comment on item: Turkey's Expulsion from NATO Remains Unlikely
in response to reader comment: Odds-Making Portends to Further Shifting of Balance - Chechen Sabres Now Heard in Background While Belarus Still Gearing Up

Submitted by M Tovey (United States), Aug 9, 2022 at 00:34

Nothing in the way of indicating humanity towards the innocents being targeted for no other reason than being in the way of selfish ambitions provides no assurance or reassruances that the war in the Ukraine might be over; or ever further down the line in the Middle East where the border wars between Syrian and Turkish forces swap both Russian and American technologies in a proxy battle that has every indication to corrupt the complexities of the Middle East in a way too few understand.
But, as has been prognosticated many times, the increase of tensions is unmistakeable; restraint is fading and before too long, even the most restrained empathies will be battered enough to get out of the way and then, no holds will be barred and the futilities of all will saturate the circumstances in the blood of interminable anguish of those previously mentioned innocents whose only illfortune was being there.


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