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Damascus is criticizing the US for sending an envoy to Cairo's Arab League discussions about ending the Assad regime’s crackdown on dissent. London-based political analyst Chris Bambery says the US is preparing for a military intervention in Syria.
According to Barbery, sanctions against Syria are only the beginning of Western intervention. "The key ally in this enterprise, Turkey, has been involved with the Free Syrian Army – training them, and we know there are also American advisers in those camps in Turkey," he says. And, "when you combine all that – sanctions, diplomatic moves, the involvement with the Free Syrian Army, it begins to create a dynamic that though perhaps the Americans don’t want involvement in the military operation in Syria, they can pull it in that direction.”
“The United States is one of the parties seeking to rekindle violence by its mobilization and incitement,” said a representative of the Syrian Foreign Ministry.
Originally posted by AllUrChips
I think its interesting that the US is using other rebel armies as pawns to fight the wars for them.
And people say the US is dumb
Well, we knew it had to happen sooner rather than later, but not the best time with the whole strait of hormuz thing going on IMO
Originally posted by sheepslayer247
reply to post by AnswerSeeker2012
Obama's supporters elected him on a premise that he would end the wars altogether. I don't see how a new war will spark support for him unless the Republican neocons decide to back him!
That will never happen!
Stories like this should be evidence that Obama is no different than Bush. This one is the same as the last. They are all told what to do and when to do it.
If you think Obama really has anything to do with it then....well some education would do some people a world of good.
Originally posted by zroth
Gotta love those self-fulfilling prophecy leaders.
The road to Damascus has tales of an apostle and the jump off for the wars described in revelations that lead to the rapture.
After all, what would the US be without war?