In the past hour the UK and the US have said that the Russian airliner was probably downed by a bomb on board, making this the biggest terror attack since 9/11.
What kind of response will we see judging by their reactions to Chechen terror attacks in the past? They're already dropping some crazy shit like pic related, how might they step it up from here?
>1500kg laser guided conventional bomb
No, no really, what?
That's not even something to raise an eye about. The US drops similar bombs all the time and no one bats an eye.
Anyway, expect the exact same thing to happen that happened the last time Putin false flagged something to get into power.
>Maybe finally someone will eradicate IS
And then no one will take their place. Just like IS didn't take Al Qaeda's place. After IS is gone no one in the middle east will want to bomb the west/Russia
> a coalition
Lol everyone that says this can never name who would be in the coalition because most of the countries that want anything done in Syria want Assad removed. Will that coalition fight in Syria or Iraq or both? What about IS in Africa, going to send another coalition for them them? Maybe we should start by executing the Saud family
Nobody really cares about putting in the sheer amount time, money, and lives wasted trying to fight them when some other nutjob extremist group will pop up basically immediately to continue shitting up the middle east for years to come.
It's about time we just start glassing shit until they take a hint.
All we're seeing is rebellions in the modern age. The world is globalized, and communication is instant, which makes it both in your face and easy to back a cause at the same time.
Historically the best way to deal with an rebellion is to make it not worth the fight. stamp it out or improve the living conditions of the group that seems asspained.. Obviously, given ISIS ideology, I think that leaves the world one option.
Basically the world has gone soft, and ISIS needs to be taken out back and dealt with but can't because of muh human rights and all that bullshit. Russia is the country that I'd expect to do it, at least on the superpower level.
>inb4 superpower. They're relevant enough on the world stage to cast their lot in the Syria problem, that's enough for me.
>expecting vatniks to do anything good for the world
Their response will be to continue denying ISIS had anything to do with it. Russia only objective is to keep Assad in power, and actually having to get serious about going after ISIS will derail them from that objective.
Gayest. Countryball. Ever.