War Is Not of Interest to the National Media

For the most part, this conflict doesn’t even filter to the top of “world news.” At least that is what I’ve seen. Tanks Ablaze As Azerbaijani Forces Attack Armenian Troops In Disputed Nagorno-Karabakh

On Sunday morning, Azerbaijani artillery, rockets, drones and combat aircraft began a series of attacks on Armenian positions in the disputed Nagorno-Karabakh region, just two months after clashes in July left at least seventeen dead. The shelling and air strikes were apparently followed by ground attacks.

The new round of fighting has reportedly resulted in civilian deaths and the destruction of multiple armored vehicles and combat aircraft.

I guess there is no way to blame Republicans for this conflict.

4 thoughts on “War Is Not of Interest to the National Media

  1. Quick lets send tens of thousands of troops to defend interests that do not concern us about a region far away of which we know little and care less.

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      • I’m sure that the US media was also not interested when Archduke Ferdinand was assassinated in Sarajevo in 1914. That only escalated into Word War One.

        And I would have to check to see if the US media paid any attention to Neville Chamberlain and his Peace for Our Time speech, when he told Brits to go home and have good sleep. Nothing of interest there either….

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