The sooner people realise that the CFR, PNAC, Brookings, etc, are all 'think tanks' controlled by the elites, then they will learn that US foreign
policy is nothing but a game, it's a game of charades, the final outcome has been planned years in advance.
There is is no debate on US foreign policy, it's all set up, here's another Brooking's article on how Annan is wasting his time and action needs to be
taken for the plight of the Syrian people-
The fundamental reason for Annan's failure is more basic than that: His plan is flawed because it was formulated on the misguided belief that the
Assad regime will ever stop using violence against domestic protesters and negotiate with them in good faith.
It is high time to debunk once and for all the popular myths about the Syrian regime. People have believed for too long -- whether out of naïveté or
cynicism -- that Assad has been willing to initiate political reforms and will do so in due time. He has not and will not. Nor will the regime stop
People need to wake up quickly, see that this is just propaganda bull#. They've planned to attack Syria, it was listed back in 2000 in the PNAC's
Rebuilding America's Defences, all these countries were listed as targets to take over- Iraq, Afghan, Libya, Syria, Iran.
And yet, the world still clings to the hope that the Annan plan will somehow bring an end to the violence. It seems that we have lost our moral
compass, unrealistically hoping that Annan will succeed -- and largely doing so because we are too timid to contemplate seriously other options to
assist the Syrian people.
'Assist' the Syrian people.
'Assistance' In Libya meant NATO going through with almost 10,000 air strike missions, 10,000!!
Here's MSM questioning the cost to civilians as a result of NATO liberation-
An attack on what Nato says was a command and control centre in Surman on 20 June reportedly killed two children and their mother.
'Reportedly', yet it was 'reported' accusations against Gaddafi forces that led to a full scale NATO effort to destory Libya.
To this day, there is not one single piece of video evidence of pro government forces, either in Libya or Syria, murdering innocent civilians or
peaceful protestors. I challenge anyone on this forum to show me a piece of evidence that justified the Libyan bombings by NATO and killing of
Gaddafi to make way for the chaos that has resulted in this 'liberation'.
Yet, there is such evidence for Egypt-
That is police brutality against civilians, that is 100% evidence of police brutality. Pure and simple. Yet America and NATO sit back and let the
Egyptians suffer, and for the simple reason they're letting the Muslim Brotherhood take charge there and they'd backed the Egyptians to be Israel's
ally for 30 years. It's all part of a larger plan.
The point is, this whole damn charade of intervention on 'humanitarian grounds' is sickening propaganda and it will be used endlessly until they go
and intervene in Syria.
It will happen, they're plugging it too much, they've armed too many rebels (FSA or Al Quada and memebers of the MB) to kill people and police,
they've started this 'cival war' so they can intervene and carry out the rest of their agenda for the middle east.
To continue with Brookings-
In the absence of clear and determined U.S. leadership, trying to make the doomed Annan plan work will take the international community through the
summer and the U.S. presidential election, making any decisive international action unlikely until the middle of next year at the earliest. This will
be fatal for the future of Syria, leading to more bloodshed, more radicalization on both sides, and a heightened risk of ethnic and sectarian
For anyone familiar with think tanks 'hiding in the open', look for the words 'in the absence', it is code they use to basically refer to false flag
or other sinister secret plans to 'speed up' a process. So now we can pretty much guarantee something will happen to force intervention upon us.
They used it before- before 9/11, it was 'absent an event such as Pearl Harbour'. They talked in 2009 of absent Iranian aggression (false flags in the
pipeline- quite possibly an attack on a US ship in the region etc), and these people don't mess about, they are powerful, influential forces.
The world should abandon the fiction that the Assad regime can be persuaded to reach a political accommodation with its adversaries. Rather, it is
time for a renewed effort to forge a genuine united front, including all groups in Syria's social fabric, dedicated to Assad's downfall and the
establishment of a pluralistic, democratic state in the aftermath.
That's what TPTB want, and that's what they'll get, further isolating Iran and that's the next stop.
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Well, about 3 days ago there were parliamentary elections held, this was something the people wanted, something the opposition forces 'claim' they
are fighting for., but the opposition boycotted the elections and made it where there was not voting in their strong areas.
These people do not want government reform, they are seeking only to oust Assad. When they first started protesting it was on the basis of government
reforms, yet when the opportunity to reform in a democratic manner is given them, they refuse any part of it. This says a lot about what they always
wanted, and why they have been fighting, they want power, and power alone, not a good transition into a better form of government.
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