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Originally posted by Happy1
reply to post by spy66
For all of those that don't understand the ambitions of TPTB, and the ability they have to start wars everywhere and leave nothing but chaos (and depopulation) in their wake -
Read Albert Pike WW3 and The Protocols of the Elder Leaders of Zion -
A bunch of people will chime in and say "they've been debunked" Read them for yourselves and see that someone seems to think the ideas are working out pretty well.....
Originally posted by Happy1
reply to post by artemisminion
Syria completely makes sense if you really look at the UN, and it's agendas - especially Agenda 21 - they want depopulation, one world gov't, complete disarmament (don't know if that's really a word) of the world's people, one religion of pagan (mother earth/global warming) model, ect.
Really look at the UN and the clowns involved in it, with an objective eye. Don't fall for their new-age wordy bull# - look at what they have set out to accomplish. No one should own land or have any independent thought or ability to use it. No individual freedom or liberty for anyone. Look at the threads of people not being able to have a simple vegetable garden in their own yard.
When has the UN ever made good on any "mission" they've attempted?edit on 28-8-2013 by Happy1 because: (no reason given)
Originally posted by MrSpad
Thier is a big difference between Assad winning and Assad stopping the rebel advance. He had managed to stop some of the rebel offensives and retake some vital territory with the help of Iran, Hezbollah and Lebanese militas but, he was in no way shape or form winning. Holding on yes but, no chance of beating the rebels. The problem for West is if they do nothing then when the rebels win (and although it would be a long haul Assad will fall) that the radicals would be able to capitalize on the lack of Western support to hijack the revolution. By doing nothing the West would have zero influence on the new Syria and the radicals would have all the influence.
Originally posted by xuenchen
What IF Obama is part of a conspiracy ?
A conspiracy to establish an Islamic Caliphate ?
Congressional Republicans on Sunday ratcheted up pressure on the White House to intervene in Syria, saying the United States “has sat on the sidelines for too long” amid increasing evidence that the Assad regime used chemical weapons on civilians.
Sen. John McCain doesn't think three days of missile strikes against Syria will make a significant impact on the fighting, and said it might even have an "unhelpful effect."
McCain, on the other hand, thinks Obama isn't going far enough.
"The question is, will those attacks just be a retaliation and Bashar (Assad) goes on as normal, or will those attacks degrade his capabilities, particularly his air capabilities, which you could do easily with stand-off weaponry?"
Prominent US Republican lawmakers are lining up behind military strikes in Syria, forming a rare alliance with the Democratic commander in chief.