posted on Sep, 11 2013 @ 07:26 AM
reply to post by AlliumIslelily
Well, first of all, infowars' "Syrian Girl" is a tool of propaganda - no matter which way you cut it. That should be very clear here.
Yes, she has a point that all those countries were attacked anyway, after they gave up their WMD's - albeit a very glossed over presentation of
history. However, her proposal is that the WMD's are the only thing that is keeping the Syrian state alive. Well, perhaps that is true and perhaps
WMD's in the hands of a sane state leader are bargaining chips, much like an arsenal of nukes. Obviously in the hands of terrorists, they are not
bargaining chips but actual tools of death.
I think she is right to some degree. However, they are weak bargaining chips for Assad to use. Basically he is damned if he does and he's damned if he
doesn't get rid of them.
It will NOT be an easy feat at all for either the UN or any other military power to just walk on in there and start putting padlocks on the weapons
storage lockers - in the middle of a war zone. This is actually a much more complex solution than a limited airstrike. Not that simplicity is the
answer here. I think an earlier post was right when they said that Putin is perhaps trying to unveil the actal reason for going into Syria. It is NOT
about the WMD's...this is about the petro dollar, natural gas lines and likely some sick twisted "fate" of the extended version of the crusades.
Also, what she says about Iraq and Iran is not exactly hardcore historical evidence. Not that the Wikipedia is much for that, but it does have
credible references at to where these countries are with their disarmament of CW.
Clearly Iraq and Lybia both are still harboring CW's as the stockpiles are not fully destroyed yet....slated to be done by 2015 for Libya and even
longer for the rest.
Case in point - Syrian Girl is nothing but propaganda from the "truth" propaganda site of Alex Jones. I'm sure she is telling all of her stories a
couple of blocks away from a nice Florida or California beach. Perhaps not, but don't take anything from the AJ propaganda machine as absolute truth.
Especially when he claims to have an "inside" perspective like this.
And the lesson for today - Do your homework!
edit on 11-9-2013 by Sparkymedic because: found more info to cite