posted on Aug, 30 2013 @ 08:08 PM
Has anyone else been following the recent events in the
middle east and feeling that something doesn't quite add
Why are France so keen to go to war? Why are the USA
so eager to take military action without waiting on the
findings from the weapons inspectors? Why on earth would
Assad decide to use chemical weapons at this point, when
he was finally starting to get the upper hand militarily, and
when he knew that this would bring America into the war? Is
he really this naive and stupid? Of course not.
And why, with chemical weapons being unleashed so close
to their borders, are Israel being so uncharacteristically
quiet? Why have they not responded to recent threats from
Syria stating that if America attacks, then Israel will suffer
The claims being made by America and the west that Assad
decided it would be strategically advantageous at this point
to unleash chemical weapons makes absolutely no sense
whatsoever. Which leads to the obvious question.....
Who would berefit from this turn of events? And how?
As we all know, Israel have been itching for over a year to
attack Iran to put a stop to their nuclear ambitions. But they
have not had the backing of the American public, and
therefore the American military. As we learned from what
happened in the 70s, Israel cannot risk taking on several enemies at the same time and fighting wars on more than
one front without the backing of the USA. But thus far, the
American government has been limited by reluctance from
the American public to get involved.
However, this recent chemical weapon attack changes all
that. Suddenly America is ready to declare war on Syria.
Iran have already stated that they will support their long
term ally Syria in the event of an American attack, so
America will be at war with both countries. Assad today
made it clear that if he is attacked, then Israel will
suffer...... So suddenly Israel and America are at war with
Syria and Iran - just as Israel have wanted for over a year.
So who has most to gain from the recent use of chemical
weapons in Syria? It certainly isn't the Assad regime. Do
Israel have the resources, means and motives to stage this
attack under the guise of the Assad regime? Absolutely. I
suppose the only real question remaining is just how far the
nations involved will allow themselves to be so blindly (or
perhaps not so blindly in the case of some American
politicians and military) manipulated.
I welcome your thoughts and input.