Syria's Civil War 5 Years On Explained - 450k DEAD! EU Failure Prompting UK BrExitPolitics / Syria Mar 19, 2016 - 05:35 AM GMT
This week marks the fifth anniversary of Syria's civil war, that started with Arab spring inspired protests in the city of Derra, that within months engulfed the whole nations and which to date has seen over 450k people killed and 4 million externally displaced as pawns in the games of dictators such as Assad, Putin and Erdoğan of Turkey who today succeeded in black mailing europe into giving access to 80 million Turks for Syrian refugees, and then there is the shame of the whole of eastern europe who having flooded the west with 15 million economic migrants in return closed their borders to refuge seeking syrian refugees.
See how Syria's civil war began and raged for 5 years, the hypocrisy of eastern europe and why Britain urgently needs to exit the european union before it disintegrates.
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