The truth is that Democrats are not only traitors to America but also the cause of justice: From the American Thinker... President Trump has cut through the lies.
He has said that Qassem Suleimani was not a respected, “austere,” elder statesman.
He said what Iranians already knew, which was that Soleimani was a mass murderer.

From the minute he targeted Suleimani,
Trump has spoken the unvarnished truth,
and has done so in undiplomatic language:
Iran is a dictatorship that spreads terror throughout the world and that practices this terror on its own people.

When Trump invited the Mullahs to lay down their arms, he was telling the people of Iran that he will support them as they fight for liberty.

The left, the democrat party, the American Progressives reject this message.
They call Trump a warmonger and blame him for the Ukrainian crash.
But the Iranians know better
and again are taking to the streets.

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Just want to leave this here as a CANADIAN - The man in the picture is the definition of weak and ineffectual leadership. He may have grown a beard to look more grown up but he can't take a firm stance on anything.

I stand by your POTUS and am quite frankly ashamed of our media coverage over the last several weeks on this issue blaming President Trump. I would like to apologize on behalf our media and our citizens that can't seem to separate their TDS from their sympathy for terrorists like General Soleimani and his Islamic Revolutionary Guard that are listed on both of our countries list of known terrorist entities.

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If a certain country didn't carry out an assassination, we would not be having this conversation, these sorts of actions sadly have consequences, being of which involved a plane load of innocent civillians, both Iran and the US are just as culpable as one another, at least Iran has accepted fault in this tragedy and apologised and no doubt will compensate the victims families, however is america going to take this incident, and continue to push for a regime change and continue the antagonism that exists between these two countries, that is only going to lead to more collateral damage?

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So is this the distraction story, to withhold the request made by Iraq? The Iraqis asked us to leave. But that story is not news, only a tragic mistake. Was our Air Force in Iran and a airliner instead of a stealth aircraft was hit? If that is the case, Iran whether take the blame instead of talking about a better military capability. Either way forced occupation to remain in Iraq is worse than Iran’s shooting down of a plane. Because as Iraqis are gunned down because they don’t want us in their country. You will gladly support calling Iraqis Iranians, Hezbollah, or something else to stay in both Iraq and Syria.

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This is a very sad story. My sincere condolences to the friends and especially the families of those who lost loved ones in this military exercise of miss calculated fate for so many innocent victims. All too often, war games do result in the death of those not a part of the conflict. War is always without a clear understanding of the unintended consequences that follow. Unlike dominos carefully staked to fall in a predictable chain of events, war does not follow an exact patch of predictable consequences. So, perhaps the biggest single question that begs an answer may be; Will humans continue to find reasons to kill one another or will they find a way to apply the benefits of the "Golden Rule" found at Matthew 7:12 which says; "12 “So then, in everything treat others the same way you want them to treat you, for this is [the essence of] the Law and the [writings of the] Prophets." (Amplified Bible). When if ever will humans apply this passage of scripture? What would a world where everyone treated one another the way the desired to be treated look like? What do you think?

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Iran has accepted responsibility. "We have agreed on full legal and technical cooperation, including the issue of compensations," Zelensky said. "The (Ukrainian) government will provide financial assistance to the families of the victims, and the state will make every effort to help them obtain compensation from the airline, insurance companies and the Islamic Republic of Iran." An Iranian military statement, said the plane was mistaken for a "hostile target" after it turned toward a "sensitive military center" of the Revolutionary Guard. The military was at its "highest level of readiness," it said, amid the heightened tensions with the United States. The dead also included 82 Iranians and 11 Ukrainians, as well as nationals from Sweden, the U.K., Afghanistan and Germany. A tragic mistake, that we must not turn into hatred.

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What does justice look like
Who all responsibility and be held accountable
Trump murdered Iran HERO
Iran attack US military air base
Iran soldiers was thinking the Air plane was Trumps response from bombing the military air base. The Iranian soldier had only second to act, his superiors instructed him to fire.

Seem like everyone is equally responsible for the deaths of 176 people.
The soldier only following orders
A soldier only choice is to carry out their orders by their commanders.

Trump, and Iranian authority must be held accountable for murdering 176 people.

The reality is Trump as president will not be detained and process as any other criminal. The same goes for the authorities over Iran.

Therefore what does justice look like

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What some people are saying is, SEND US TROOPS TO BE KILLED BUT DO NOT STOP THE ONES KILLING THEM..... BECAUSE IF YOU KILL THE ONES KILLING THESE TROOPS YOU SAY YOU SUPPORT AND THE ENEMY THEN KILLS CIVILIANS IT'S ALL YOUR FAULT....some will even claim they support our military personnel, even more hypocritical, some may say both in the same breath.
NOTICE TO ALL MILITARY PERSONNEL AND VETERANS: look at the support you really have. Some one can kill you whole sale and then if you dare defend yourselves and don't just die, those killing you can simply kill a bunch of civilians and YOU get the blame. Go ahead, scroll through ther comments and look at the names of your so called support team. Look at the leaders of other nations blaming you for defending yourself and not simply dying.

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It wasn’t The US or any of the troops involved or the ones being deployed to Iran . It was the uneducated bone spur liar and his full of hate racist republican criminals in his administration. They are the ones to blame they keep lying to America that because of them committing that crime the US is now safe . When now they have deployed so many innocent young boys and girls to fight for a crime committed by a bone spur . Isn’t he the one claiming victory that it was all because of him and no one appreciated what he did .

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fu* ck ur justice hypocrite Canada and the Vietnam War Meanwhile, Canadian industry exported military supplies and raw materials useful in their manufacture, including ammunition, napalm and Agent Orange,[7] to the United States, as trade between the two countries carried on unhindered.

"500 firms sold $2.5 billion of war materials (ammunition, napalm, aircraft engines and explosives) to the Pentagon. Another $10 billion in food, beverages, berets and boots for the troops was exported to the U.S., as well as nickel, copper, lead, oil, brass for shell casings, wiring, plate armour and military transport. In Canada unemployment fell to record low levels of 3.9%".[6] Privately, some Canadians contributed to the war effort. Canadian corporations sold war materiel to the Americans. In addition, at least 30,000 Canadians volunteered to serve in the American armed forces during the war. At least 134 Canadians died or were reported missing in Vietnam.[2]

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