Looking at the news lately, there is a push to keep people divided. There has been an increase in coverage of the gay marriage issue at the Supreme Court; apparently nothing else newsworthy happened in that time.
There have also been recent reports of Anti-Semitic Hate Crimes ©, and now this news story throwing the Aryan Brotherhood in our face. Booga Booga!
Take this quote for example:
Whether or not the Aryan Brotherhood killed two Texas prosecutors, their increasing emergence from prison should strike fear in all of us.
This is ridiculous, there is no need to provide evidence to associate them with the slaying of the Texas prosecutors. When there is, we’ll judge based on that.
Whenever you see any news like this, be sure its a smokescreen, or a distraction. There is something else going on in the world the mainstream media wants to steer your attention from. It could be about the recent provocations of North Korea, or it could be further U.S. and Israeli involvement in Syria, or the economic collapse of Cyprus. In any case, don’t fall prey to their tactics. Be aware of what is going on and stay away from the divisions of the media.
I’ve been saying it for a while (here, here, here) that the administration in Israel and the United States have been pushing for war with Syria. From Syria, the U.S. and Israel seems intent on provoking some sort of hostile action from Iran.
There were fears late last year regarding chemicals weapons use. These fears have been realized in the past week or so. Reports of chemical weapon use have now surfaced, with both sides pointing the finger at the other. Western media has been working hard to demonize Syrian President Assad. The media, prompted by Israel firsters, has already decided that it was Assad who committed the chemical weapon attack, even though there is strong evidence against that notion.
… a medic at the local civilian hospital – said that he personally witnessed Syrian army helping those wounded and dealing with fatalities at the scene. That Syrian soldiers were among the reported 26 deaths has not been disputed by either side. The military source who spoke to Channel 4 News confirmed that artillery reports from the Syrian Army suggest a small rocket was fired from the vicinity of Al-Bab, a district close to Aleppo that is controlled by Jabhat al-Nusra – a jihadist group said to be linked with al-Qaeda and deemed a “terrorist organisation” by the US.
The US Secretary of State John Kerry is now openly suggesting that the U.S. support the rebels, prior to this the support was somewhat clandestine, and surrounded by obfuscation.
Secretary of State John Kerry pledged an additional 60 million dollars in direct aid to the rebels, marking the first time Washington will directly supply rebel forces…Senator John McCain reiterated his long-held position that the U.S. should intervene more directly in the uprising. Levin and McCain have signed on to a letter urging President Obama to establish no-fly zones and provide more military aid to rebels.
As was reported in Activist Post’s arictle titled “West Drops Syria WMD Narrative As Evidence Points to Western-Armed Terrorists” this support implicates the U.S. in some awful stuff: funding terrorist who would use chemical weapons against a civilian population. The U.S. lost the moral high ground long ago, and seems to have no intent to try to change that stance.
The march to war continues, it shouldn’t be too long now. There doesn’t seem to be any way to stop this train we are on. The only option is to just hold on and prepare the best way you can. It won’t be pretty…
Here my friends, we have the reason for Obama’s visit to Israel.
Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu will reportedly discuss the possibility of joint Israeli-US airstrikes on Syrian arms stockpiles when US President Barack Obama visits Israel later this week.
Today, there were reports of chemical weapons being used in Syria, and now we have Netanyahu and Obama discussing airstrikes. This could very well be the beginning of boots on the ground in Syria soon.
Is this going to be the casus belli for the invasion of Syria? The provocations of Assad have been ongoing for quite some time and show no signs of relenting.
The Syrian government is blaming the first chemical attack on the foreign backed rebels, and the rebels are pointing the finger at the Assad regime.
Syrian state media accused rebels of firing a chemical weapon for the first time on Tuesday in the north of the country, killing at least 15 people in the war-torn Aleppo province. Rebels quickly denied the report and accused regime forces of firing a chemical weapon on a long-range missile.
I wouldn’t be surprised if we see boots on the ground in Syria in just a short time. The U.S. and Israel seem to be itching for a fight in Syria as a pretext for war with Iran. With this news announcement of chemical weapon use (no matter who used them) we could very well see foreign intervention in Syria very soon.
The Syrian conflict has been designed to create more instability in the middle east. Turkey has been poking its head out every so often and getting involved in the Syrian debacle as it escalates. Jordan too has been getting involved, as well as Lebanon.
I can understand why these players are involved, up to a point. They are after all Syria’s neighbors. I didn’t understand why Egypt was getting involved and didn’t think too much about it considering their own struggles at the moment. It seems that the recent issue regarding the Sinai and Israel was perhaps a precursor to their political maneuvering regarding the Syria/Iran disputes in which they are becoming more involved.
Recently Egypt has upset Israel by moving troops to the Sinai border in violation of the Camp David accord was not an isolated incident. Now we see Egypt taking a much more hardened approach to the Iraeli/Palestinian conflict as well. Yesterday it was reported that Egypt, aligning itself with China has “reaffirmed their support for an independent State of Palestine” while also opening diplomatic channels with Iran’s government by attending the NAM summit in Tehran. This marks the first visit by Egyptian government to Iran in decades.
Their involvement lately signals to the West that they are willing to talk with other world powers in order to broker trade agreements and strategic alliances. Egypt knows what is about to happen and is choosing sides (just like Lebanon, Jordan, and Turkey).
The conflicts in the middle east at the moment are designed to cause instability and confusion not only in Syria, but throughout the middle east in order to keep these countries from becoming unified and resistant to Western Imperialism. We can only hope that this drive to invade Iran/Syria can be avoided by a unified effort across the globe.
The Syrian Rebels have claimed to take over chemical weapons.
“We cannot have a situation where chemical or biological weapons are falling into the hands of the wrong people,” Obama told reporters at the White House.
This strikes me as very curious. Recently President Obama has said that any use or movement of these chemical weapons would be enough to trigger US military intervention. This looks to me like a perfect setup for a false flag operation to justify another military escapade in the middle east.
In fact, since it is known that the enemy we fought in Iraq is now being supported via the CIA (al-Qaeda), I’d say these weapons are already in the wrong hands! Again we see more duplicity in the US government; if the chemical weapons are in the hands of al-Qaeda everything is ok, but if a sovereign country has them WE MUST INVADE!!!
The conflict in Syria is rapidly turning into a war just over the horizon. In the days I’ve been away (yes, again) due to computer issues, there have been many developments regarding the West’s pressure to remove al-Assad. President Obama has not ruled out a military strike (independent of any UN or NATO action), and has been issuing ultimatumsto the Syrian government.
The United States has threatened Syria with military action regardless of UN backing.
I think the Western forces underestimated the resistance they would meet when they planned this (mis)adventure.
The US tried to duplicate its “victory” in Libya
while assuming no variances. This has been a mistake so far as the Syrian troops have been able to push back all of the attacks by the rebels. Since the Libyan playbook didn’t work out, the war rhetoric is getting more aggressive.
….the Obama administration has conceded al-Qaeda’s involvement in the Syrian rebellion.
We also learned not very long ago that chemical weapons were found to be in the hands of these same rebels
. So what we have, in my opinon, is a perfect setup for a false flag operation in Syria to justify an invasion.
This would definitely draw in Iran and that is all it would take for a major
military confrontation that would ignite the entire middle east.
In addition to a conflict that will not only affect the infrastructure and economies of the countries in the middle east, but this could also turn into a conflict that spans the globe.
Russia and China have opposed military intervention in Syria throughout 17 months of bloodshed and have vetoed three U.N. Security Council resolutions backed by Western and Arab states that would have raised pressure on Damascus to end violence.
There has been an ongoing campaign to destabilize Russia
which seems to point to this entire debacle being pre-engineered. Coupled with the diplomacy issues we face in Russia, China has also been growing colder in their relation with the US, and aggressively supporting N. Korea.
It appears that we are at the brink of world war and TPTB don’t seem willing to change course. It really sucks being a pleb at times like these…