Actually 91 percent are polled to be against war with Syria, making illustrations like this hopefully a thing of the past… (Photo by Dees Illustrations)
It’s been about two years since this whole Syria debacle started up. It looks like any day now things might crescendo into all-out airstrikes and the usual mayhem.
I could get into all the evidence that points to powers in the west funding Al-Qaeda associated forces (for example Al Nusra), well documented by our own associate, historian Webster G Tarpley who visited the country in 2011. I could get into that even the Counsel of Foreign relations estimates about 60 percent of the rebel fighters are Al-Qaeda. Or that militarily and public-relations wise, it makes absolutely no sense from a cost-benefit perspective for President Assad to gas his own people (as he himself has pointed out)
I could get into any number of those things, but it’s all been said and done here at TLD2012 and elsewhere. I was about to post another article on some random topic tonight when I saw the headline from yesterday’s Infowars’ post; “Flashback: Hacked Emails Reveal ‘Washington-Approved’ Plan to Stage Chemical Weapons Attack in Syria”.
Now that’s getting caught red handed. In an idea world, that would be a drop-your-jaw ‘oh shit’ kinda bombshell news story that would drop the presidency if not most of DC, politically speaking. In an ideal world…
Of course this is a world media consolidation, devious messages and this rare truthful headline was so swept under the rug that even I myself missed it or forgot about it. It’s always obvious when the powers that be are up to no good. But it’s another thing to have an email like this leak…
“We’ll have to deliver a CW (chemical weapons) to Homs, a Soviet origin g-shell from Libya similar to those that Assad should have. They want us to deploy our Ukrainian personnel that should speak Russian and make a video record.”
In the whole email posted just below this post, you can see exactly how they are talking about staging terror to blame Assad. Anyway, I was going to leave it alone but I think sometimes a little commentary is good when something in the news, such as another war, is on the table.
I hope you will all pay close attention and condemn this war, if not on the streets then at least at the dinner table, out with your special someone or drinking with your buddies, wherever the topic may come up (and it probably will this week). Keep up the good fight for truth…