Gab would not show the thieving USA pirate flag, but instead showed the confederate flag as that is a symbol on the site.
My great grandfather shot invading gang raping little southern children to death yankee “soldiers” under the pirate flag above, when he was not praying with confederate soldiers dying from being murdered by the invading USA War Criminals.
I am damn proud of the Confederate Battle flag, but we were discussing the war crimes of the USA Today, not 159 years ago.
So I switched it to my Texas site, they still will not show the USA pirate flag, they show the Texas Flag.
As you can see, trying to post anything else was locked down because gab shits their pants when the war crimes of Israhell and their blackmailed bitch the USA are shown to folks.
You might also note Gab would not show Voodoo Vaccine Bill Gates Standing Next to his best Buttie Mossad Jeffery the Child Rape Pimp in the lower post.
Truth seems to make Gab $#it their unmentionables.
So how is an enemy of the American people which censors the truth from Americans, an “alternative” or “opposition” platform.
The funding probably came from Mossad or CIA to start the site.
While Syria’s oil resources are modest compared to some of its neighbours, they have been sufficient to guarantee the country’s energy self-sufficiency, and to earn Damascus a modest income from exports. Since 2011, much of these resources have been damaged or looted, first by jihadists and then by the US and their Kurdish allies.
90 percent of Syria’s oil resources are under the control of Washington and its allies, Oil Minister Bassam Touma has revealed.
“Americans and their allies are targeting the Syrian oil wealth and its tankers just like pirates,” Touma said, speaking to Syrian News Channel on Thursday, his remarks translated into English by PressTV.
“What has happened all through the war in Syria has not happened in any country, in terms of preventing us from tapping our wealth and at the same time stopping basic commodities from reaching our country,” Touma added.
The minister estimated direct and indirect damage to Syria’s oil sector of over $92 billion, and stressed that the sector has been targeted deliberately by the country’s enemies because it is a key source of income for the country’s economy.
Touma said Damascus is looking at increasing the exploration of oil reserves in the country’s territorial waters in the Mediterranean, but admitted that such exploration is expensive and time consuming, and requires “calm and stable logistical conditions.”