posted on Sep, 4 2013 @ 06:09 PM
Originally posted by miniatus
Originally posted by CranialSponge
So while you folks are arguing back and forth over who tossed around the chemical weapons...
The military industrial complex is laughing all the way to the bank on how this propaganda crap has worked so beautifully in hiding the REAL agenda
behind why the US is picking a fight with Syria.
Yup, the smoke and mirrors works great every time, doesn't it ?!
"Propaganda does not deceive people; it merely helps them to deceive themselves." ~ Eric Hoffer
And what might that be? since our attack is going to be meaningless it seems.. some ICBM's that won't do much of anything according to most.. no
invasion or anything.. and a 90 day limit .. ICBM's didn't do much for us in Iraq either other than to look interesting on TV .. and this is going to
be much smaller scale
It wont be ICBMs. It'll be cruise missiles. Lots of them.
The intent is clear with heavy use of the term 'Degrade' as well as deter in all the breifings. Also talk of shifting momentum to the rebels.
Its got bugger all to do with chemical weapons and never did have. Its about breaking the ability of Assads forces to fight as a coherent army, then
allowing the Sunni rebel/Jihadis to once again take the upper hand. Assads regime will fall, the minorities will get massacred and there will be
Saudi/Qatar puppet Sunni state on the border with Iraq. The spice will flow.
The USA is the pre-eminent military force in the world, it can do this if it wants to and there is not another force in the world that can stop it.
The Russians cant stop it and they know it. They are trying through diplomacy and posturing to deter but thats really all they have. They will not
engage in a direct US/Russia confrontation as they are not anywhere near ready.
Neither can the Iranians and they know that too. If they sit it out their ally falls. If they engage the west they will also get ruined. They are
China gets mentioned but its a red herring. Their relationship with the US is symbiotic and they are too focused on pacific regional dominance to
start anything over the middle east. (20 years from now maybe).
Assad is a dead man walking and his regime and people are done for. What he does in the face of that will depend on the character of the man and
remains to be seen.
edit on 4-9-2013 by justwokeup because: typo
edit on 4-9-2013 by justwokeup because: correction.