Anonymous, the hacktivist movement known for its cyberattacks against governments worldwide, announced on August 23, 2020 its opposition to the government of Bashar al-Assad. They also supported Kurdish autonomy and medical aid being sent to Syria.
The organization tweeted, “We endorse Kurdish autonomy and Syrian rebellion against impunity and corruption; oppose the Assad regime, and support med aid to Syria. Anyone that says otherwise is full of shit.”
We endorse Kurdish autonomy and Syrian rebellion against impunity and corruption; oppose the Assad regime, and support med aid to Syria. Anyone that says otherwise is full of shit.
— Anonymous 🐈⬛ (@YourAnonCentral) August 23, 2020
Then Anonymous is CIA’s pet.
— Auwal Abubakar ™ (@princeauwall) August 23, 2020
Indeed, the U.S’s involvement in the Syrian conflict has made things very murky in an already unstable region. Political elites are obsessed with regime change in Syria at all costs.
Private actors can gladly help out during international conflicts abroad. However, the U.S. and its taxpayers, should not be obligated to prop up factions in a conflict that is not conducive to American interests.
It’s best that the U.S. stay out of the way. Private actors and relevant geopolitical players in the region should sort out the rest of the mess.
In the meantime, the U.S. should be working on bringing back as many troops as possible and putting them on the border and in cities getting ripped apart by the radical Left.