Syria the next Iraq, Assad the next Saddam, & Chemicals the next WMDs, per Obama

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posted on Apr, 30 2013 @ 09:08 PM
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First off, what government's weapons don't use some sort of 'chemicals'?


Hasn't it become obvious by that USA is going down a list of Mideast countries? Pretty much ensuring each's leader is neutralized or assassinated.



Within the past decade or so, the world has seen Iraq's Saddam hanging death, Afghanistan's Massoud assassinated supposedly by his own countrie's rebels coincidentally just 48hrs before 9-11, and Libya's Kadafi, his kids and even his grandkids assassinated through an intense strike by NATO forces including a US predator drone operated from Las Vegas. NTC(Libyan resistance) claimed different accounts, but Libya had no WMDs so what did they have? Gadafi had a new, globally attractive gold standard to roll out: currency in real gold. Not only did western bankers have a problem with that, but after US/NATO forces bombed the 75 of his convoy vehicles, 114 metric tons have gone amiss. Authorities will stick to the story that "Libya" still has it.



So who's next? Kim Jong-Un? That's a stretch, since US isn't finished with the mideast, yet! So more likely, especially with Obama's speech today about his (his?) 'chemicals', Bashar al-Assad is next to be wiped off the slate of the coming NWO!



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posted on Apr, 30 2013 @ 09:17 PM
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Just an FYI on Libya and Syria. Gadaffi had a very advanced and robust WMD program that rather shocked the West for just how advanced it turned out to be compared to "reliable estimates". Libya surrendered it voluntarily to get off our target list after the invasion of Iraq in 2003 and apparently, realized the U.S. really meant to clean some houses after all. Lot of good it did him, of course...and he likely died in part, for having given them up. I imagine no other nation in similar position missed the lesson that screamed. Not the most forward thinking I've seen in policy decisions, to be sure.

Syria most definitely has them and has the most extensive collection and variety still known to exist in the world since both Russia and the U.S. have grown tired years ago of trying to store the garbage for all the headaches it brings ...and weapons they can never realistically use anyway.

Israel made their nukes out of Dimona and the world remained silent with a wink and nod at the time. Syria made their chemical weapons and the world likewise gave a wink and a nod until very recently it seems. The two making difference WMD formed a balance and parity which has kept things fairly stable (relative for that region) since the Camp David Accords, anyway.



posted on Apr, 30 2013 @ 09:38 PM
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Oddly enough the US and NATO installed AlCIAduh! in Libya and just gave 102 mil to alCIAduh in Syria...
after no WMDs in Iraq, and no bin laden in Afgahnistan Id say NATO, at this point has ZERO cred

oh yeah,
The last four presidents were found, by bipartizan review, (Nytimes) to be guilty of warcrimes comparable to the japanese who were executed or imprisoned for life..
The moral highground the US esposes to cling to is a complete and total FRAUD
all those involved should recall Nueremburg and The Hague:
to wit:
Following oders is no defence.



posted on Apr, 30 2013 @ 09:39 PM
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Originally posted by Wrabbit2000
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Just an FYI on Libya and Syria. Gadaffi had a very advanced and robust WMD program that rather shocked the West for just how advanced it turned out to be compared to "reliable estimates". Libya surrendered it voluntarily to get off our target list after the invasion of Iraq in 2003


Thanks for the info, Wrabbit!

So I'm left to wonder why was Iraq the first to go, back in 2003... and not Gadafi nor Assad:

Like was Gadafi a puppet like Obama now is?

And so why isn't Israel held to the same standards? I mean, Syria has some chemicals, meanwhile Israel has at least 200 undeclared, illegal nukes yet Obama handed them another $70 BILLION months ago.

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posted on Apr, 30 2013 @ 09:47 PM
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If the goal is to create a Caliphate, then the independent dictators need to be removed, each country destabilized to a point that would allow for it to form. What we are seeing has nothing to do with weapons, oil, or democracy. This is about creating a Caliphate. Tunisia, Egypt, Syria, Iraq, Iran, Libya, Jordan, Turkey and others have and will be a part of this.



posted on Apr, 30 2013 @ 10:03 PM
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I think Gadaffi was many things and few of those would be nice names I'd use. However, a puppet isn't among them. In fact, I think he danced to the tune of his own drummer (Perhaps one only he could hear ...in his own head..but that's beside the point). I think he died for the fact he wouldn't fall in line and be a good boy for what is forming across that region. After all, he'd given up Chemical, Biological and honest to goodness Nuclear Weapons development equipment and material all by his own choice. He was not showing himself to be a threat. Quite the opposite.

He also had Gold Reserves he stubbornly refused to bank in international holdings and had recently discovered an enormous fresh water aquifer under a part of Libya which I'm sure will prove very useful now that he isn't there to maintain a closed nation.

I don't mention the fact Assad has MASSIVE stocks of Chemical Weapons at full production level quality for warheads to say he's a threat. Quite the opposite. I believe his Father used them 30 years ago and nothing since. Nothing Since. He wasn't a threat and if he'd so much as popped a CS grenade in the wrong spot as a joke, he'd have risked a nuke up his tailpipe from Israel. Likewise, if Israel had nuked anyone, Syria would have had them living in MOPP gear and full respirators for days if not weeks. Balance .....which is about to be shattered, I fear.




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