Now I too have no doubts that the attack on Syria has really nothing to do with saving the children or punishing Assad so he doesn't use any more chemical weapons if he actually did use any. One thing I can't understand though is what this limit air strike thing is supposed to achieve really. I mean if Assad really has stockpiles of these chemical weapons and not afraid to use them even on his own people then I don't see the limited air strike doing anything really to prevent future use of such weapons.
Would it not be absolutely necessary to go in and secure these weapons from the "wrong hands". I mean after Assad has been defeated will these weapons not now fall into the hands of other terror groups that also pose a thread to other people and countries?
The whole thing is just crazy, the evidence is crazy, the plan of action planned is pointless and crazy, and the whole thing makes very little sense.
One has no choice but to reach out for some conspiracy theories to find logical reasons for what is really going on here.
A sad state of affairs indeed.
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They are backing the islamists like in all the other countries (jugoslavia, libya, egypt, ...), also with help of arabic allies, to profit in the "human rights, international laws intervention" wars. This stuff was planned already in the 90s, to push the countries with treasures, that are not under control of the organized crime, into destabilization, terror and chaos with the intention to profit from it.
Guess what, there have been huge oil and gas fields discovered in the mediterranian between syria, turkey and greece.. It is not in the western hemisphere`s news, of course.
The countries of the "axis of evil", all of them, had decided to not foreign/oil trade solely in the us-dollar any more because they see creating demand for it as strengthening the finances and military of their aggressor. This is why these countries are put regime change onto, read William Engdahl, independent journalist and author, on that. Indirectly this is an economic war on the well being of the euro, too.
The only other way out would be to recreate the great civil american industries, fill motor city with life and well payed jobs again, for example. But then the power would not be all to the banksters any more. This game is not about vividness, constructiveness, freedom, human rights, life, but destruction, chaos and death. Robbing and murdering is more easy to do, the public pays for it and same time suffers of it in many, many ways indirectly. The handful ppl profiting are very afraid of their own folks now, discovering what is going on while still having more ethic values than angst.
Next step on the list after putting military in all the countries around it: iran.
I think there will be some religious fighters attacking iran from within and there will be another humanitary peace mission to protect them.
Dollar and oil is on the rise as long there is warmongering.
Last edited by CFuture; August 31st, 2013 at 09:28 AM.
Reason: added some more reasoning on who is behind the decade of angst and why this will go on
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I agree with you 100%. This trend has been going on in Africa for the last 100 years. Look to the recent split of Sudan into North and South and also at the "tribal" wars in Mali and other west African nations. The "Western" powers (mainly US and UK) are also losing control of South Africa which along with Zimbabwe are two of the most mineral-rich nations on the planet despite reports of widespread poverty and disease. Mugabe's re-election was a bad sign for them as Zimbabwe was once referred to by the Western powers as the "breadbasket" of Africa following the colonization period between the late 1800's until 1960. Look for more "terrorist" and Islamic fundamentalist activity in sub-Saharan Africa in the coming years because these countries contain the majority of the untapped natural resources. For example South Africa, Zimbabwe and other central African nations have the largest natural reserves of gold, diamonds, copper, nickel, silver, palladium, platinum and aluminum. You can't even make a cell phone, computer or a catalytic converter for car engines without some of these metals. Hence China's huge investment in the region also. For the "Western" powers to continue to exist in the form they are now Africa must be recolonized and destabilized to gain control over these resources as well as the oil and natural gas that exist there also.
What's happening in Syria now is like a trial run for what's coming in the next 10 years or so except it will be on a global scale. South American and "emerging market" nations (as they are referred to) will also be preyed upon. Long story short... it could get very ugly pretty fast. Probably the only thing stopping it from happening more rapidly is the fact that the US and other "Western" powers are really in no economic condition to carry out the wars necessary to put their agenda forward. A slow and steady approach is being used which involves creating fractions in the internal structures of these nations, then swooping down in the name of democracy to control the wealth.
For me personally, I just want to get my trading game up to speed so I can take advantage financially of what looks like is destined to take place.
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This situation is very interesting in regards to the political leverage America has with it's allies to prevent an oil pipeline through Syria. I honestly had to watch the video a couple times to take in what all he had to say because it is a little complicated but in the end makes perfect sense.
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