Impending Attack on Syria


Impending Attack on Syria

Tracking the latest developments involving the impending military assault on Syria.

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NBC Poll: Nearly 80% of Americans Demand Congressional OK of Strike


Will the West Stage a Chemical Attack To Justify War in Syria?

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It appears the United States is determined to engage in yet another war without having been attacked or even having their allies attacked. The brazen Obama doctrine of preemptively bombing civilians to prevent a humanitarian crisis may soon be coming to another lucky country; Syria.

Although the build up to this conflict has been brewing for some time, it has now begun to boil..

Syria loads chemical weapons into bombs; military awaits Assad's order

The Syrian military is prepared to use chemical weapons against its own people and is awaiting final orders from President Bashar Assad, U.S. officials told NBC News on Wednesday.

BULL BISCUITS! This is just a repeat of the Saddam's nuclear weapons lie used to start that war.

This will backfire on the US. As soon as they stage a false-flag attack on the Syrians using chemical weapons they hand Iran the perfect political justification to abandon the mutual defense treaty and stay out of Syria.

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Comment by Nobody Will Observe on September 5, 2013 at 2:16pm
Comment by Maria De Wind on September 3, 2013 at 10:09pm

Comment by Maria De Wind on September 3, 2013 at 10:06pm

List of countries bombed by the United States under the pretext of establishing democracy since the end of World War II:
- China 1945-1946
- Korea 1950-1953
- China 1950-1953
- Guatemala 1954
- Indonesia 1958
- Cuba 1959-1960
- Guatemala 1960
- Belgian Congo 1964
- Guatemala 1964
- Dominican Republic 1965-1966
- Peru 1965
- Laos 1964-1973
- Vietnam 1961-1973
- Cambodia 1969-1970
- Guatemala 1967-1969
- Lebanon 1982-1984
- Grenada 1983-1984
- Libya 1986
- El Salvador 1981-1992
- Nicaragua 1981-1990
- Iran 1987-1988
- Libya 1989
- Panama 1989-1990
- Iraq 1991
- Kuwait 1991
- Somalia 1992-1994
- Bosnia 1995
- Iran, 1998
- Sudan, 1998
- Afghanistan, 1998
- Serbia 1999
- Afghanistan, 2001
- Iraq in 2003
- Libya 2011

Answer this question :
How many times was democracy recognized by these American military interventions?


Comment by Maria De Wind on September 3, 2013 at 10:04pm
Comment by Maria De Wind on September 3, 2013 at 10:03pm
Comment by Maria De Wind on September 2, 2013 at 9:50am

Female Veteran Arrested and Brutalized After No War With Syria Rally

Comment by Roy Patterson on September 1, 2013 at 11:50am

The Report I read, from a reliable source, a long time NPR reporter, in the middle east was the following:" Saudi Arabia had given the chemical weapons to the rebels and they accidentally used them". The Syrian government did not use any chemical weapons. Both Obama and the Secratary of State are both Liers with the news media following along like sheep.

Comment by Maria De Wind on September 1, 2013 at 9:22am

Obama's choice



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One of Obama's friends

The choice is perfectly simple: President Barack Obama will show he deserved the Nobel Peace Prize, or else insult it and all its long list of proud holders, tarnishing the Nobel Institution, spitting in the face of humankind, disrespecting the will of his people, who are today in syntony with the hearts and minds of the international community.

If Barack Obama deserved the Nobel Peace Prize, he is intelligent enough to have accepted it knowing that it came with a tacit agreement that Washington would turn away from a bloodthirsty and failed policy of trying to import democracy from 30,000 feet, strafing civilian structures with military hardware, murdering men, women and children indiscriminately, destroying electricity grids, water supply networks, attacking schools, hospitals and children's homes with "precision weaponry".

This policy has earned the United States of America the very worst reputation in the hearts and minds of the international community, a reputation which in the last decade has morphed into a seething, white-faced, clenched-fist hatred, translated into so many American travelers claiming to be Canadians when they travel abroad.

Since business and dollars and the bottom line are the only things that seem to hold any meaning for those who dictate US policy, then let us also point out that moves are under way to boycott US goods, and the companies which sell them, which will signify the loss of millions of jobs for US citizens, ....Source and more...

Comment by ĦƟǁÿWʘʘt! on August 31, 2013 at 10:19pm
Comment by Frances Farmer on August 30, 2013 at 6:28pm Washington’s statements threatening to use military force against Syria unilaterally are unacceptable, Russian Foreign Ministry spokesman Alexander Lukashevich said.

Given the lack of evidence, any unilateral military action bypassing the UN Security Council – “no matter how limited it is” – would be a direct violation of international law and would undermine the prospects for a political and diplomatic solution to the conflict in Syria and will lead to a new round of confrontation and victims, Lukashevich concludes.




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