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PostSat Aug 24, 2013 5:25 am » by Mep630


looks like the PTB are getting nervous and they are going to make a big and possibly fatal push into the mid-east. Obviously USA/Israel/NATO have figured out some way to counter the Russian Isklanders in Syria. Otherwise they would not even be considering an attack there.

I dont think the US is just going to launch a bunch tomahawk missiles. They must be looking at troops on the ground and air strikes.

I dont think Russia is going to back down from this, and it will just escalate. China has been remarkably quiet in all this, except for the few times they informed the USA they were crossing lines in the mid-east.

Personally I think this all leads to an epic defeat of NATO, as their plans have been well known for a long time, our forces are battle tough, but also battle weary. Sure they kick the talabans ass no problem, but what happens when they have to fight much better trained and equipped russian and chineese soldiers?!

I think a lot of our soldiers will crack from the pressure, massive division among our own soldiers and officers. Possible break down of command and or coupe attempt. Even if they hold in, they are setting them selves up perfect for a surprise counter attack. I think the US military just runs thinking they are invincible and again, this just leads to more disastrous possible break down.

Generals always want to fight the last war, but a lot of things have changed in the battlefield. You cant assume what use to work will work again. America is great at adapting but this new robotic battlefield changes everything. You could have a $1,000 drone take out a multi-million dollar air craft carrier.

Everyone who bought into the zionist satanism and doctrine of pain and torture are soon going to find out they were just pawns that were used and discarded. The zionist trained US police, will destroy and dismantle their own liberty and freedom, with a big smile on their faces.

I tell ya, what a mind fuck it is going to be, when all the sell outs figure out they were used and that they have to suffer the same fate as the rest of us. lol - talk about demons in your spirit when you die. You will be enjoying Dante's inferno on the 9th level for many eons.

Just to make it clear, you cant make a deal with the devil and expect to come out the winner.

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The Obama administration is facing rising political pressure for a tough response to the attack, which could have again infringed US "red lines" against chemical weapons use by President Bashar al-Assad's regime.

State Department spokesman Jen Psaki said that Obama had asked intelligence agencies to urgently evaluate claims by Syrian rebels about the attack.

"Right now, we are unable to conclusively determine CW (chemical weapons) use," Psaki said.

But she said the administration had been focused continually since reports of the attack broke on Wednesday on efforts to "nail down the facts."

Secretary of State John Kerry discussed the episode with key counterparts, including Syria's main opposition leader Ahmad Assi Jarba and French Foreign Minister Laurent Fabius.

Kerry also called top officials at the European Union, the United Nations and in Jordan, Qatar and Turkey.

"If these reports are true, it would be an outrageous and flagrant escalation of (the) use of chemical weapons by the regime," Psaki said.

Obama has a range of options at his disposal and would discuss a response with his top national security aides, Psaki said.

The president has been loath to order US military action to protect civilians in Syria, fearing being drawn into a vicious civil war, just soon after he extracted US troops from Iraq.

But revulsion over video footage and photos of dead children blanketing the US media has reopened the debate about a policy Obama allies see as prudent but critics brand as weak.

Republican Senator John McCain warned Obama had given Assad a "green light" to commit atrocities by failing to use military force to respond to previous chemical attacks.

"When the president of the United States says that if he uses these weapons that it would be a, quote, 'red line and a game-changer,' (Assad) now sees that as a green light," he told CNN.

"The word of the president of the United States can no longer be taken seriously, as it isn't throughout the entire region."

The White House concluded earlier this year that Syria had crossed Obama's red line against the use of chemical weapons, but opted not to take military action.

Instead, it decided to directly arm selected Syrian rebel groups battling Assad -- but has declined to publicly specify the extent of the support.

McCain said he wants to see more robust action.

He said that in a "couple of days" US air power could take out Syrian air force runways and up to 50 aircraft being used to dominate battlefields against rebels.

"We can supply the right kind of weapons to rebels, establish a no-fly zone by moving Patriot missiles up to the border," he said.

"This can be done very easily."

America's top military officer General Martin Dempsey has said however that Washington risks being dragged into an open-ended war in Syria if it chooses a military intervention.

White House spokesman Josh Earnest said the administration was appalled by the latest reports.

"The images that we have seen are nothing short of horrifying," he said.

He repeated a US call for Syria's government to permit a United Nations team already in the country to probe previous alleged chemical attacks to examine the new claimed outrage.

The Wall Street Journal cited an unnamed official as saying there were "strong indications" that Syrian government forces had carried out a chemical weapons attack.

French President Francois Hollande contributed to rising heat on the White House when he said it was "likely" Assad forces had deployed chemical weapons in the attack on a rebel-held Damascus suburb.

Fabius had earlier said that the world should respond "with force" if it was proven the massacre was perpetrated with chemical agents. But he ruled out the use of ground troops.

Damascus has vehemently denied it unleashed chemical weapons in the attack.

If confirmed, the attack would be the largest scale use of chemical weapons since Saddam Hussein's Iraqi forces attacked the Kurdish town of Halabja in 1988.

If you help the Oppressors, eventually you and your family will be oppressed.

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