We have new developments in the War on Syria and its leader Assad. It seems the breakaway "Free-Syria Army" (aka Al Qaeda Rebels) who have been waging a 3 year campaign to topple the Syrian Government have run out of steam... or are they just getting old and the story worn. The West have been sitting back, waiting for the Assad regime to fold but it has not happened yet.
Has it been the West's plan to back the Rebels since they certainly haven't supported Assad? Instead they've consistently demonised Assad in the media... Lybia style. So what will they try now?....
Plan B... drive a newly created "Terror" force onto Syrian territory then launch air-strikes on Syrian infrastructure which they can easily claim is held by the Islamic State Terrorists and these actions will help Assad. So let me get this straight, we are helping get rid of these supposedly dug-in enemies by bombing the people we are now trying to help?
Never mind that the very act of waging war in another Sovereign State without the invitation for military aid by that State or with the agreement of the UN Security Council to engage in obvious "Self-defence" is ILLEGAL.
When international law gets in the way of your own agenda, war crimes don't matter especially when it's not happening in your country.
This Syrian steak is smelling awfully fishy!
With all the happenings surrounding the Syrian conflict, it makes me wonder what truths we are getting from this constantly evolving story.
Nobel Peace Prize recipient Barack Obama, is pushing hard for an end to the conflict in Syria and helps to wield the Al Qaeda packed Rebel Army against the Assad "Regime". Ironic how within one decade the US Military will back the proponents of the very organisation it accused of committing the 911 attacks. It's a familiar story to the destruction of Lybia.
The pro-war rhetoric is flowing thick and fast - and the blame for the use of chemical weapons for killing Syrian Civilians will squarely land on the "guilty" party. Who makes these kinds of weapons anyway?
It's the same story, different country!... I just wonder how long it will take for the "Free Syrian Army" to establish a new Rothschild Central bank.
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