Tuesday, 3 November 2015

Duplicity in waging perpetual war

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Hi Tim,
"The UK Conservative government has (for now) has decided not to proceed with bombing missions in Syria, responding to a report from the parliamentary Foreign Affairs Committee (FAC), chaired by Crispin Blunt who, hours before the release of the FAC report, addressed an anti-bombing meeting organised by Stop the War Coalition (STWC) Syria: the case against military intervention.

"Blunt, while not disclosing the conclusions of the report, laid out the case for military action with a number of reservations; the overriding thrust of his contribution was the threat posed by ISIS which will only be defeated by "boots on the ground", although he didn't specify whose. Unsurprisingly, there was no mention of US/UK/NATO/Israel creating and supporting ISIS although there was acknowledgement that Saudi Arabia and Turkey need to decide whose side they're on. Everyone on the panel, including STWC, were seemingly ignorant ofMI6 waging Jihad in Syria (as revealed by the collapse in June of the Old Bailey case against Bherlin Gildo under the 2000 Terrorism Act), the 120 SAS troops masquerading as ISIS fighters in operation Shader exposed in August, nor did they seem to know about UK arms shipments to ISIS which came to light in February when Iraq downed two UK transport planes. There can be little doubt that ISIS is US/Israel creation, aided, abetted and funded by the UK, NATO, Turkey and the Gulf States.

"Now Obama is committing to put US special forces on the ground in Syria (in addition to those already there supporting ISIS) ostensibly as "advisers" but more accurately as human shields to protect ISIS from Russian bombs - it would be more than embarrassing for Russia to kill US troops; it could easily escalate and broaden the conflict into WWIII. Think about how WWI started - from a localised event which unleashed pent-up geopolitical tensions.

Obama’s decision to send Special Forces into Syria is being widely viewed as a US military escalation in the country. The troop dispatch also signals that the US trying to forestall Russian successes in wiping out Washington’s regime-change assets in Syria.
In short, the US Special Forces are being used as “human shields” to curb Russian air strikes against anti-government mercenaries, many of whom are instrumental in Washington’s regime-change objective in Syria.

"Regime change isn't just about military action but first requires destabilisation by creating internal conflict and division; that's where NGOs come in.

“The 21st century NGO is becoming, more and more, a key tool serving the imperialist quest of absolute global dominance and exploitation. Global society has been, and continues to be, manipulated to believe that NGOs are representative of “civil society” (a concept promoted by corporations in the first place). This misplaced trust has allowed the “humanitarian industrial complex” to ascend to the highest position: the missionaries of deity – the deity of the empire.”

Perpetual war is the objective; it is a result of the corrupt political economy and serves too many agendas to be stopped without removing the levers of power from those who always benefit from war, the banksters."

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1 comment:

  1. Someone reading this may be interested in the cosy chat on the subject of false flags here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AYjTebEdZLg


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