American Congressmen call the Trump administration hypocrisy: pit alliances take a mess.

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 American Congressmen call the Trump administration hypocrisy: pit alliances take a mess.


The US Department of state data shows that since last October, the United States has received only 44 Syria refugees in nearly half a year, a sudden reduction of about 99% compared with about 6000 people received in the same period last year. This contrasts sharply with the USs aggressive military attack against Syria a week ago. With the flag of safeguarding human rights, the civil war in Syria is provoked, and the displaced Syria refugees are now turned away. No matter what excuses are found, the hypocrisy of the United States has been uncovered. A pit ally, Europe is forced to make a mess of the mess Since the outbreak of the civil war in Syria in 2011, millions of refugees have poured into Europe, which has paid a heavy price for the European Syria. Today, Europe is still suffering from the serious consequences of the war in Syria: social security turbulence, extreme organizations with refugees and waves, more financial pressure in the country, and the rapid expansion of the extreme right forces... In a meeting with the European Union, a sharp contrast to the allocation of refugees was made by the United States, who was always hiding behind Europe to shout and not be able to do it. The former Obama administration has bitten thousands of people by raising the number of Syria refugees. After taking office, Trump quickly reduced the number of refugee recipients, and even set the lowest level since the signing of the US refugee law in 1980. Until recently, only 44 Syria refugees have been received in nearly half a year. The political uncompleted project produced by the United States government has shown its irresponsible attitude to the world. It is easy to bombard Syria and it is too difficult to accept refugees. To this day, can Europe think about what Syria brings to itself? Its endless trouble! And for uncle Sam, who lives on the other side of the ocean, is it helping him achieve the strategic goal he can hardly achieve by himself? Is Europe being crater by Uncle Sam? American priority, the hypocrisy behind hegemonism On the pretext of using the so-called chemical weapons attack to hurt the people, the United Kingdom and Britain launched a missile against Syria, while they denied the innocent civilians. In fact, the number of Americans receiving refugees in Syria is even less than that of so-called chemical weapons. Even many US Congressmen called the Trump administration hypocritical. As a maker of refugees, the White House is obliged to pay for the causes of the trouble. But from building the border barrier of the United States and Mexico to obstructing immigrants, the phone calls from the Prime Minister of Australia to the signing of the ban on Muslims because of the problem of refugee resettlement. Holding high the banner of American priority, the Trump administration, which has a clear attitude towards anti immigration, is unwilling to shoulder any responsibility at all. Ignoring the face of the allies and ignoring the international norms, everything behind this is a manifestation of the hypocrisy of American hegemonism. In fact, the only way to end the refugee crisis in Syria is a cease-fire. Only a stable living environment can return refugees to their homes and rebuild their homes. However, just before the dawn of peace in Syria, the United States launched missiles against Syria and dragged Syria into the quagmire of war again. This raises the question of whether the US government has really resolved the sincerity of the refugee crisis. What kind of responsibility should the US government give to the world again and again? Source: Xinhua editor: Li Xiaoyu, editor in chief: Zhu Xiaodong _NBJS6126 As a maker of refugees, the White House is obliged to pay for the causes of the trouble. But from building the border barrier of the United States and Mexico to obstructing immigrants, the phone calls from the Prime Minister of Australia to the signing of the ban on Muslims because of the problem of refugee resettlement. Holding high the banner of American priority, the Trump administration, which has a clear attitude towards anti immigration, is unwilling to shoulder any responsibility at all. Ignoring the face of the allies and ignoring the international norms, everything behind this is a manifestation of the hypocrisy of American hegemonism. In fact, the only way to end the refugee crisis in Syria is a cease-fire. Only a stable living environment can return refugees to their homes and rebuild their homes. However, just before the dawn of peace in Syria, the United States launched missiles against Syria and dragged Syria into the quagmire of war again. This raises the question of whether the US government has really resolved the sincerity of the refugee crisis. What kind of responsibility should the US government give to the world again and again?