Wednesday, June 14, 2017

Here Is A Good Question For My American Readers: WHY Are We Attacking The Syrians Who Are Fighting ISIS?

Ever since the fraud Syrian "civil war" started back in 2011 due mostly to the criminal actions of the then US Secretary of State, that lunatic Killary Clinton, the Syrian people along with the Syrian Government Forces, the SAA, have been fighting an uphill battle to keep their nation whole and their nation's sovereignty intact... And only now are we seeing a light at the "end of the tunnel" as reports are now coming in daily about great victories and successes by these good guys against the evil US/Israel/NATO criminal cabal and their fraud "terrorist" groups.....

BUT one major issue has always been a puzzle to me.... WHY are the American people even supporting their own criminal government's actions in Syria considering the fact that the US is in this "war" not for the good of the Syrian nation, but to overthrow the legitimate government in Damascus by replacing it with a US-puppet regime?... Few Americans still do not understand that once that evil US regime is put in place in Damascus, it will be used to destroy the very livelihood of the Syrian people so that the US can put "pipelines" across Syrian territory as well as give Israel the further green light for expansion per its most evil "Greater Israel" project!   Therefore the entire "civil war" in Syria has been diabolical from the very beginning and is aimed solely are having yet another sovereign nation in the region destroyed...

It is so puzzling that most Americans still do not see the reality of what their government is doing in Syria... But at least one high ranking person in American politics is asking the hard questions about Syria, for according to this article from the Lew Rockwell website, at www.lewrockwell.com, apparently Ron Paul himself is asking the simple question: "Why Are We Attacking The Syrians Who Are Fighting ISIS?".... I want to present that article here in its entirety for everyone to see for themselves, and I do have my own thoughts and comments to follow:

Why Are We Attacking the Syrians Who Are Fighting ISIS?


Just when you thought our Syria policy could not get any worse, last week it did. The US military twice attacked Syrian government forces from a military base it illegally occupies inside Syria. According to the Pentagon, the attacks on Syrian government-backed forces were “defensive” because the Syrian fighters were approaching a US self-declared “de-confliction” zone inside Syria. The Syrian forces were pursuing ISIS in the area, but the US attacked anyway.
The US is training yet another rebel group fighting from that base, located near the border of Iraq at al-Tanf, and it claims that Syrian government forces pose a threat to the US military presence there. But the Pentagon has forgotten one thing: it has no authority to be in Syria in the first place! Neither the US Congress nor the UN Security Council has authorized a US military presence inside Syria.
So what gives the Trump Administration the right to set up military bases on foreign soil without the permission of that government? Why are we violating the sovereignty of Syria and attacking its military as they are fighting ISIS? Why does Washington claim that its primary mission in Syria is to defeat ISIS while taking military actions that benefit ISIS?
The Pentagon issued a statement saying its presence in Syria is necessary because the Syrian government is not strong enough to defeat ISIS on its own. But the “de-escalation zones” agreed upon by the Syrians, Russians, Iranians, and Turks have led to a reduction in fighting and a possible end to the six-year war. Even if true that the Syrian military is weakened, its weakness is due to six years of US-sponsored rebels fighting to overthrow it!

What is this really all about? Why does the US military occupy this base inside Syria? It’s partly about preventing the Syrians and Iraqis from working together to fight ISIS, but I think it’s mostly about Iran. If the Syrians and Iraqis join up to fight ISIS with the help of Iranian-allied Shia militia, the US believes it will strengthen Iran’s hand in the region. President Trump has recently returned from a trip to Saudi Arabia where he swore he would not allow that to happen.

But is this policy really in our interest, or are we just doing the bidding of our Middle East “allies,” who seem desperate for war with Iran? Saudi Arabia exports its radical form of Islam worldwide, including recently into moderate Asian Muslim countries like Indonesia. Iran does not. That is not to say that Iran is perfect, but does it make any sense to jump into the Sunni/Shia conflict on either side? The Syrians, along with their Russian and Iranian allies, are defeating ISIS and al-Qaeda. As candidate Trump said, what’s so bad about that?
We were told that if the Syrian government was allowed to liberate Aleppo from al-Qaeda, Assad would kill thousands who were trapped there. But the opposite has happened: life is returning to normal in Aleppo. The Christian minority there celebrated Easter for the first time in several years. They are rebuilding. Can’t we finally just leave the Syrians alone?
When you get to the point where your actions are actually helping ISIS, whether intended or not, perhaps it’s time to stop. It’s past time for the US to abandon its dangerous and counterproductive Syria policy and just bring the troops home.


NTS Notes:  Ron Paul does bring forward some pretty good points, but he does miss the REAL issue here, which is the fact that the entire "War on Terror" has been a fraud from the very beginning, AND that "ISIS" itself has always been a fraud and is nothing more than an instrument of American policies in the Middle East being used to create havoc and to push for "regime change" in the region....

I do have to give credit where credit is due though.. For Ron Paul does bring forward so many hard questions that every American should be asking... However, we must consider the fact that most Americans are still unaware of the truths about Syria and are hopelessly brainwashed by the liars in the Jew spew media that continue to push forward the evil agenda of the US government is sticking to in regards to Syria.... And we must not forget the constant brainwashing of the public that "Assad is evil" and the classic "Assad is a butcher" which have long been proven to be hogwash!

Ron Paul is accurate about one major factor in regards to Syria... And that is the fact that Syria may be the springboard for the future and impending war that the US/Israel/NATO cabal wants against Iran...

So there you have it... A most excellent question that should be asked, and when most Americans actually do start searching for the answers to this question, they quickly realize that ISIS is of course a fraud and that this "war on terror" is in itself a massive fraud... Hopefully most Americans can still wake up to this reality before their government tries to escalate this conflict and in fact start their sick war against Iran...

More to come

NTS

1 comment:

RANDALL HILBURN said...

This morning (6/16)the Pentagon announced that it is deploying long range heavy artillery to Syria to protect the deconfliction zones from the attacks of Syrian Government Forces and their ALLIES. Not a single word about ISSIS. They've shown their hand here, as to what they are doing in Syria. It is nothing but a _______ war of conquest.

NTS - I'll give you a heads up. Keep an eye on Cuba. Trump has just started saber rattling against them as well.