Tuesday, April 17, 2018

The bloodbath in Syria was ignited in 2011 by the US, Saudi Arabia and their allies

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Much of our information on Syria comes from ‘false flag’ outfits set up by western intelligence like the ‘White Helmets’ and ‘Syrian Observatory,’  Britain’s once independent BBC, now a major organ for government information warfare, and the majority of US government ‘guided’ mainstream media hankering for a Mideast war.

Behind President Donald Trump’s bluster and threats over Syria, powerful forces are pushing the US towards war with Russia and Syria: the neocons and the military industrial complex.

For a candidate who once proposed a normal relationship with Russia, just peace in the Mideast, and an end to America’s foreign wars Donald Trump is now hurtling towards a full-scale war with Russia and a new disaster in the Mideast.  Not since the 1962 Cuban missile crisis has the danger of nuclear war seemed to close.

While Trump fulminates about the alleged use of toxic gas in Syria, US B-1 and B-52 heavy bombers are flattening villages in Afghanistan, Iraq, Somalia, Syria and Yemen.

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  1. "We" have blood on our hands, and excuse our actions with lies about bringing democracy to others,
    Falsely claiming to be fighting tyranny, while bringing misery and chaos to other sovereign countries and people.
    This is sad.
    Beyond the "God help us".
    We've gone past the point of no return.

    1. Eisenhower warned us as well as General Smedley, but we ignored both.

    2. Not "we". Real people who have names. Those names are Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton. Elections matter. If you elect political elites you get people who want to rulearn the world. (Or at least loot it).


  2. If we are going to get specific with names, also include chocolate cake eating Trump, the generals, and the pilots and ground troops who blindly follow orders, and others in between.

  3. Exactly. Countries and corporations don't make choices. People do. People have names and should be held accountable by name.

    --generic views