Pat Buchanan tells readers, “In Syria’s civil war — with the army of Bashar Assad battling ISIS and al-Qaida — it is Russia and Iran and even Hezbollah that seem to be more allies of the moment than the Turks, Saudis or Gulf Arabs.”
I have been on this track for a long time. I believe that Turkey represents a serious threat to America’s long-term national interest. I have written that America’s goal should be to cease imports of oil from Saudi Arabia and the other “gangster” Gulf states. I also would cease all economic activity with Saudi Arabia.
I wonder how the international security puzzle would shift if Russia were brought into NATO and Turkey dumped?
Here’s more from Pat:
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