Tyler Durden on 08/22/2013 16:22 -0400
We have yet to see secondary confirmation of the following breaking news from the second largest French newspaper, Le Figaro, but if accurate, it means the Nobel Peace Prize winning president has just engaged in yet another unsanctioned by Congress war.
From Le Figaro, google translated:
According to our information, the regime's opponents, supervised by Jordanian, Israeli and American commandos moving towards Damascus since mid-August. This attack could explain the possible use of the Syrian president to chemical weapons.
According to information obtained by Le Figaro , the first trained in guerrilla warfare by the Americans in Jordan Syrian troops reportedly entered into action since mid-August in southern Syria, in the region of Deraa. A first group of 300 men, probably supported by Israeli and Jordanian commandos, as well as men of the CIA, had crossed the border on August 17. A second would have joined the 19. According to military sources, the Americans, who do not want to put troops on the Syrian soil or arming rebels in part controlled by radical Islamists form quietly for several months in a training camp set up at the border Jordanian- Syrian fighters ASL, the Free Syrian Army, handpicke
According to this expert on the region, the idea proposed by Washington would be the possible establishment of a buffer zone from the south of Syria, or even a no-fly zone, which would cause opponents safely until the balance of power changes. This is the reason why the United States has deployed Patriot batteries and F16 in late June Jordan.
And now, the ball is in Putin's court.
I for one is not for this gov--I see them for who they are.. I personally would be willing to join or start a revolution
Me too, its our right to do so too, to alter and or abolish it. Abolishing this 1 will take at least 3% of us I spose.
That should be the M.O. of the Revolution - To Abolish the existing government
I bet those bankers would have a fit, they might come out of their holes even. Then Pop-A-Weasel.
Obviously, don't do something like march on DC to expel corrupt politicians, and march on wall street to excel corrupt banks, until there is like, oh say, 3% on board with the revolution and the strict M.O. of abolishing government and ending the fascism or whatnot. STRICT CLEAR M.O. No bait and switch. No crazy military dictatorships. Go in, do the job, go home, smoke some herb. Don't try to conquer Rome with 10 guys, of which 5 might be FBI. Wait till there is 100,000s. Trap foiled.
I'm not really afraid of FBI and exposing my intent. If the FBI has resources available to the revolution, all the better. Same with CIA. I'd rather it be known I did everything in my power to try and stop these fuckers, rather than sit back complacently as they commit the worst of crimes.
Then don't. No one is forcing you and I don't know if you're trying to talk me out of wanting to join a real revolution or trying to convince others not to, or what?
Because I've been doing this for a while and your suggestion is invalid in my datasets. Two-way street. We've already completed the "wake people up campaign". It can't go much further. If we sit back and wait, alone, they will pick everyone off, one by one.
Thats the spirit!
We stand on the shoulders of these guys. Thats kind of using the tools of our enemy, yes? They enemy is wrong. So everything they do is a tool for our use.
I could spit off a thousand founding father quotes that would agree with me on this.
I firmly believe the key is convincing as many people as we can to join the cause of freedom. That is what I am doing to help. And I don't mean preaching to the choir. I mean the people who call me a conspiracy nut. Convincing them with facts and intelligent, well planned conversation.
I do think most people want to know why other people think as they do, and want to share what they have so are willing to subject their knowledge in conversation for the purpose of coming to agreement. Most. Some refuse. And anyway I'm not sure we have to agree on everything anyway.
The interactions and reflection upon them will strengthen the roots of rebellion in individual hearts. And then, seemingly spontaneously, mysteriously but not really, we will be attracted to one another. That smell. And of course, the enemy smells it too. In Chicago,NATO summit, it was beautiful and amazing and terrible and we all were ready to die for it. At the center of this crowd- I had an experience that I can't articulate. Not saying it has to be violent, which was only a moment or two in the whole weekend. The biggest cop/protester action came right after the medal throw away ceremony. NOT ONE PERSON THERE questioned the remorse,brokenness and determination of those soldiers. Not even the cops. And I swear that is why it got ugly, because they sensed rejection of the "system" and it pissed them off and scared them. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=E8JeL-T6RWk
I just wish to say, at the expense of sounding corny, that we do what we can do, when we can do it, with pure hearts cemented on change, and another something will come and honor it. Feels like a spirit that turns us from individuals into one. Not all protests get it. A heart check before road trip is wise, for sure. But it can happen anywhere, I believe that.
You're right Robert. Well said. This is the only thing standing between us and the beginning- internalizing and embracing disobedience. Its a pheromone!