by Scott Creighton
Sec. of State John Kerry is out to prove to the global financial elites that the days of plenty for them are still in vogue in his state department just as they were under Sec. Killary.
Recently, John Kerry stated that Syria’s leader, President Assad, “must go”. Cynically, Kerry stated that the people of Syria deserve to live without fear of death or bombings and so he and his UK counterpart were continuing to call for forced regime change in that country. He has also said that we must now openly support the terrorists with arms and munitions in the effort to oust or murder a leader of a sovereign state.
How is that any different than what Bush accused bin Laden of doing? Did the Seals not “execute” bin Laden in Pakistan for his involvement in organizing and funding 9/11? Isn’t that the official story? So how is it that we are training, supporting and now calling to openly arm terrorists using terrorism in Syria and it isn’t the exact same thing bin Laden was accused of doing?
Well, here’s one difference: bin Laden didn’t do it. But we sure are.
It’s not President Assad who is targeting and killing the people of Syria but the terrorist mercenaries paid by complicit Middle Eastern nations who are friendly to U.S. and NATO interests who are killing the Syrian people. Nearly every week there is a new car bombing in Damascus or some other city in Syria which targets and kills civilians. These vicious and cowardly attacks are being carried out as part of a destabilization campaign run by the Jordanian, Saudi, Iraqi, Libyan terrorists whom our country is actively supporting with logistical and even military aid.
These are literally terrorists being directed and supported by U.S. politicians in an effort to neo-liberalize the country in favor of the financial interests running NATO linked nations including ours.
Kerry recently jumped on the John McCain bandwagon, calling for direct military support of the Syrian terrorists and murderers.
“With his European tour continuing, Secretary of State John Kerry told students in Berlin that Syria’s
rebelsterrorists are entitled to the formal backing of the US government, insisting they are determined to impose a regime change.
Kerry defended this by insisting that Assad “refuses to negotiate a political solution,” going on to say that he “isn’t going to come and negotiate and he’s just going to kill his people.” He suggested more US support would be offered at tomorrow’s Syrian rebel conference in Rome.
The admonishments of Assad are particularly oddly timed because the Assad government offered talks only yesterday, with the rebels angrily rejecting the offer, as they have several other offers in the past.” Anti War
This guy is a flat out liar and war-monger just like Clinton was. He delivers his lies with the same air of conviction and unquestionable disgust that Clinton did as if to say to anyone listening “this is the official truth and no one can challenge it”
Calling for forced regime change in a sovereign state is one thing especially when the rationalization for that change is based on complete lies and disinformation. But to do that and openly call to support a faction of terrorists at the same time is so far beyond morally bankrupt, I don’t even know if there is a name for it other than evil.
When someone like Clinton or Rice or now, Kerry, come out and openly call for supporting terrorist acts in other countries, how is that any different than what we accused bin Laden of doing? These people aren’t interested in protecting Syrian lives, if they were they would agree to the talks that Assad has offered several times in the past and they certainly wouldn’t support the terrorists who are killing people indiscriminately in the country.
What these people want is to use acts of violence directed toward innocent civilians in order to force a political, social and economic change on the country of Syria just like they did in Libya.
That, by definition is called terrorism.
John Kerry is now nothing more than the monster our leaders made bin Laden out to be.
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