Neo-Con Push for Syrian Invasions

The US government is urging all US citizens to leave Syria as the aircraft carrier, USS George H W Bush, stations itself off the Syrian coast.  Looks like it’s time for another no-fly-zone/carpet bombardment/full scale invasion of yet another sovereign country in the Middle East.  And as Syria is a close ally of Iran, how about two invasions for the price of ten?

Russia has also dispatched three warships off the Syrian coast.  All of this taking place as relations between NATO and Russia deteriorate.  You see the United States wants to position missile defense systems in Romania and Poland: Project Shield.

This defense system is laughably being purported as a measure to defend Europe against a nuclear attack from Iran.  Iran does not have any nuclear weapons and Israel has made it clear that they will attack Iran before they will allow them to obtain a nuclear weapon.  This is the industrial war complex moving the chess pieces in preparation for World War III and anyone who thinks the Russians can be defeated short of a thermal nuclear war is a fool.

Make no mistake, once the Great Bear of the North is aroused, it will not cease until total war has been accomplished.  The Russians are not half-assers when it comes to brutal conflict.  Remember Stalingrad.

It would seem things are going according to plan if you are a neo-con, following the doctrine set forth in their Project for a New American Century, which is designed for the takeover and control of all Middle Eastern oil.  And anyone who thinks these war pigs will not sacrifice millions of our lives to establish their international kingdom is beyond naïve.

We all saw their faces and heard their war mongering at the CNN Republican Foreign Policy Debate on Tuesday, wherein Ron Paul was the only voice of sanity.  These people are sick in the head and if we do not stop them they will destroy us.

People; the stage is being set for war and this is not going to be some piddly ass little skirmish in Afghanistan, Iraq, or Libya.  This is going to be another one of those wars to end all wars and it is being orchestrated right now.  And what are the mainstream propagandists talking about?  Black Friday and Christmas shopping, of course, accented with heartwarming scenes of our victorious military personnel returning home.

All we can hope for is that there is someone in our military with the authority to stop this madness and that he or she acts before it is too late.  I think the neo-cons have realized that Ron Paul cannot be stopped short of killing him, which would trigger a full blown shooting revolution.

So everyone get ready, I feel another false flag event coming on.  And when the CIA and the Israeli Mossad do their dirty deed, killing a few thousand innocent Americans in the process, no one should be surprised and no one should believe it and react, because like I said this is no little skirmish this time.

When this war is finished, those that are left are going to look back at the death of a few thousand and laugh because this time, millions are going to die to feed the greed of the neo-con led Jewish Mafia.  Don’t let them have your sons and daughters.  As strange as it may sound, we may have to fight them to stop this war.

God bless the Republic, death to the international corporate mafia, we shall prevail.

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  1. Politicians settling disputes with a pistol

    November 25, 2011 — After the Congressional supercommittee failed to reconcile its differences on budget reduction this week, many disappointed citizens may have the urge to reminisce on America’s Golden Days. But those looking back should be mindful of how far they let their gaze drift. At some points in US politics, the sword, or pistol, was mightier than the pen.

    Nowadays, challenging someone to a duel sounds like a line from the latest Three Musketeers remake, but dueling used to play a part in American society – and Congress. According to a New York Times article from 1859, “all of the Congressional challenges that have been sent … do not exceed twenty-five in number, and not half so many as have been fought by members of the British Parliament.” The article continues in response to British criticism of “the state of civilization” in America and gives a rational-sounding recount of dueling politicians until that point in time.

    The first recorded duel involving a member of Congress was in 1777, all of a year after the signing of the Declaration of Independence. Army Officer Jackland McIntosh and Congressman Button Gwinnett (who actually signed the Declaration of Independence) squared off, and Gwinnett lost more than his honor. “The dispute was of a personal nature,” so the New York Times was hesitant to call it “a Congressional encounter, as it did not grow out of any act of either party connected with politics.”

    At the time, such an “affair of honor” was increasingly commonplace in America, after the practice was brought over by European nobles. Unlike their Atlantic counterparts, though, lower-class Americans elected to engage in gentlemen warfare. According to the PBS website, two servants of the same master, “Edward Doty and Edward Lester, of the Massachusetts colony, fought the first recorded American duel in 1621, just a year after the Pilgrims arrived at Plymouth.”

    Dueling was a practice enjoyed all the way to the top of the society. Before becoming the seventh president and winding up on the 20 dollar bill, Andrew Jackson earned quite the name for himself as a skilled duelist, until an unfortunate encounter with Charles Dickinson (the Tennessee horse breeder, not the British novelist). At the time of the duel, Jackson had already served as a Tennessee senator and was practicing law, according to the History Channel website. What began as a bet on a horse race ended in Jackson and Dickinson crossing the border into Kentucky in 1806 and exchanging fire.

    As the duel began, Jackson took a bullet in the chest next to his heart, but put pressure on the wound long enough to shoot back. His pistol misfired, and in a breach of etiquette, Jackson cocked his pistol a second time and shot Dickinson dead. Jackson’s fighting faux pas was a slight to his honor, but not enough to prevent him from later becoming president.

    Not all politicians were so lucky. In 1804, a political duel shook the nation. Over a series of campaigns, Vice President Aaron Burr and former Secretary of the Treasury Alexander Hamilton engaged in a series of personal attacks. To settle the matter once and for all, Burr challenged Hamilton to a duel. They set the location outside of Washington, where dueling was illegal, and met in the early morning hours near Weehawken, New Jersey. What happened next isn’t entirely clear, according to the History Channel website. Some say Hamilton declared the duel immoral and merely fired into the air. Others say he took a shot at Burr and missed. What then ensued is irrefutable: Burr fired back, the bullet going through Hamilton’s stomach and lodging itself next to his spine. Within a day, Hamilton was dead.

    The country was outraged to lose a man as notable as Hamilton, one of America’s Founding Fathers. Even though Burr was charged with murder in New York and New Jersey, his immunity as vice president prevented a conviction. By the time he finished his term, he had lost so much political standing that he devised a scheme to annex the Louisiana Territory and establish an independent government. When he marched a militia toward New Orleans in 1806, though, he was charged with treason. He was later acquitted, but the public labeled him a traitor, and he left for Europe, never to return to American politics. In Burr’s case, political grievances caused the country a great hardship. If current Congressmen don’t take heed of history, they might find themselves making a similar mistake.

  2. Considering that Iran and Syria are committed to mutual defense and that the Syrians have an agreement that allows the deployment of Iranian weapons on Syrian soil, well it’s not to difficult to see just how easy it would be for the elitest banksters thru manipulation and pressure to construct such a scenario and bring it to fruition. In addition, Iran has a strong trade alliance with both Russia and China so you can draw the obvious conclusions of what may result from that one. The Syrian issue may appear to some as an internal battle that is being waged, but don’t be fooled. It is in fact a regional one with other gulf states involved in the processes. I can’t help but feel that this deployment of arsenal by the U.S. to the region is because very soon Israel is about to take action against Iran and they have sealed the go ahead to do so. Look for more and more Iranaphobia to be spewed. Like those trumped up ridiculous charges about Iran seeking to nail a Saudi on American soil that involved the mexican mafia and a car dealer. I mean….WTF!

    1. I agree about not underestimating the Russians. Hitler had that whole country practically defeated in WWII, but after the Russki’s miraculously defeated the Nazis at Stalingrad, that was the turning point that led to Germany’s defeat.

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