Wednesday, April 5, 2017

Should America fight in Syria?



The Neocons are, yet again, agitating for another war in the Middle East. This time their target is Syria. They have decided to dust off the old "poison gas" propaganda that was used in 2013. They figure that showing a few sad kids wearing gas masks will convince war weary Americans to overthrow Assad.

Ironically, the USA has been accused of killing 30 civilians last week:

http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/2017/03/22/30-displaced-people-killed-air-strike-isil-held-raqqa-hits-shelter/

But as we don't have any sad dead baby pictures, it probably really doesn't count.

It is long been the stated goal of the Neocons to hijack the USA foreign policy to topple Iraq, Syria and Iran.

5 comments:

  1. I am still praying Trump is not a set-up. This would be a betrayal beyond anything the Clinton's achieved. Hopefully he is playing a game too subtle for us mortals to comprehend.

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  2. I think the US has been involved in one war after another in the Middle East since the early 1990's. Time to get out of the world saving business because we are not very good at it anyway. Remember Vietnam?

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  3. Bad start for Trump in foreign policy. What a disappontment. What a letdown. I was fearing this since Trump was a candidate for the presidency. You can't fight against the system. Maybe he yielded to the establishment, maybe he is controlled dissidence and maybe he was part of the establishment from the start. I hope I am wrong, but I don't like what I see. Prominent members of his team fired or set aside and now a bombardment. More "traditional" policy under any president or political party.

    I really hope that I am wrong, but I don't like how these things look like. And they look really, really bad.

    Ramz, do you remember my mistrust during the republican presidential debate? I am sad to say that maybe I was right. And the reason that I was suspicious of Trump is because I don't trust politicians, people with contradictions and conflicting interests and people that seek power. I always am suspicious of people that show these signs until they prove me wrong. I judge people by their deeds, not by their words. And the facts are speaking to me very loudly.

    I copy and paste my comment from the 17th of September of 2.015:

    http://www.ramzpaul.com/2015/09/republican-presidential-debate.html

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  4. "I don't trust Trump, I think he isn't being honest. Be very careful about him. Yes, he speaks his mind and tells the things that nationalists and patriots want to hear, but he has some contradictions, even if he admits and explains them. He says he wants a strong economy with strong american corporations and american jobs and tariffs; but he manufactures his clothing in China and Indonesia.

    - Hey, Donald, you are manufacturing your clothing in China and Mexico.

    - Well, you know, you can't do otherwise in the current state of affairs, but if I was president, blah, blah, blah.

    - Hey, Donald, you say you want to close the border with Mexico to avoid illegal immigration, but some of your family were immigrants.

    - Well, you know, they were legal immigrants, because we need some kind of immigrants, but not another kind of immigrants.

    - Hey, Donald, you gave money to the Clintons. And they were marvellous. Now, Hillary is the worst secretary of state. You have given money to the republicans and to the democrats. That's not very honest. Do you support the democrats or the republicans?

    - Well, you know, if you want to make business, that's what you have to do. And that proves that the system is corrupt.

    - But, Donald, if you give money to the politicians, you are contributing to the corruption of the system.

    - Well, if I become president, blah, blah, blah.

    - Donald, you said you are pro choice about abortion, but you say now that you are pro life. How is that?

    - Well, you now, people change their mind.

    - But, Donald, people change their mind when they are 30 years old. You are 69; you should have your opinion formed a long time ago.

    - Well, you know, you have to please potential voters.

    - Well, Donald, we call that in my country being a vane. Now you have this opinion, and then you change it; and later, you change it again. Is this the politics you are going to apply to the United States of North America? You say one thing and, then, you do the opposite thing?

    Donald is pro Israel. I know that his daughter converted to Judaism, but that is not a reason to support Israel. I thought Jew Americans were Americans, not Israelis. Well, we can see where loyalties are. He is another politician that bows to his Zionist masters. And he doesn't want to cut foreign aid to Israel, but to reinforce it, so more money from the American tax payers to Israel.

    Donald wants to reinforce the armed forces, and that means more money from the tax payers to the military-industrial complex and more wars abroad. And, of course, more wooden coffins for young Americans fighting wars that don't concern them. Fighting for the elite's interests... And for Israel, of course.

    He is an actor. He is playing a game. Maybe for the Clintons to win the elections, frightening potential republican voters, maybe for himself because he sees a chance to win and to gather power, or maybe for the system, to divide the people and conquer because, you know, people is pissed off about politicians and banksters, so the system needs controlled dissent to appease potential nationalists and potential popular movements and funnelling their rage and anger.

    Ye shall know them by their deeds.

    Donald, you are a liar.

    You are maybe a puppet or the puppeteer. Or both things."

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  5. Just when we thought we were out, they pull us back in!

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