Trump bombing Syria for Israel wants World War III

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  1. Admin

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    Trump bombing Syria for Israel wants World War III

    With advent of Donald Trump marching American soldiers into Syria, perhaps time
    has come to relieve Bush II as worst president in history of America and recognize
    Trump’s accession to Zionist/Neocon/Israeli throne.
    By Jonas E. Alexis-
    April 13, 2018

    …by Jonas E. Alexis
    A number of historians has rightly crowned George W. Bush as the worst president in the United States because he led America into the most disastrous event in the history of covert and diabolical operations: the war in Iraq. Jean Edward Smith, a biographer and the John Marshall Professor of Political Science at Marshall University, has written:

    “Whether George W. Bush was the worst president in American history will be long debated, but his decision to invade Iraq is easily the worst foreign policy decision ever made by an American president.”[1]

    Other military historians and scholars such as Andrew J. Bacevich have said similar things.[2]

    With the advent of Donald Trump marching American soldiers into an equally disastrous event in Syria, perhaps the time has come to relieve Bush as the worst president in the history of America and to recognize Donald Trump’s accession to the Zionist/Neocon/Israeli throne.

    Why? Well, Trump knows more about the debacles in Iraq, Afghanistan, Libya, and Syria more than any living U.S. official. How? Throughout his campaign he launched a flamboyant attack on Bush and the Neocons saying that they have virtually destroyed American life and precious souls in the Middle East by producing one war after another.

    In fact, the Alt-Right and a large section of Americans voted for Trump because they believed that he would rescue America and much of the Middle East from the Israeli sinkhole, the Zionist ideology in America, and the Neoconservative movement, which never once framed U.S. foreign policy on a moral platform.

    As it turns out, Trump has become a thorough puppet of the Israeli regime and the damage he has done just over one year is almost beyond repair. Trump has recently sent soldiers to bomb Syria because Assad, he said, is using chemical weapons on his own people. The evidence?

    Well, what evidence? Has the Zionist regime presented one over the past fifty years or so? Haven’t they been making things up since the beginning of time? And haven’t Americans been ripped off since the Neoconservatives took over U.S. foreign policy?

    Trump: Iraq was was bad–but bombing Syria is good.
    I have exhausted every possibility in order to give Donald Trump a chance to prove himself, despite the fact that he has been talking on both sides of his mouth since he ascended to the Zionist throne. But Donald Trump has morally and politically humiliated himself and the people who voted for him when he decided that another attack in Syria was the way to go.

    Not a single U.S. official has presented serious evidence showing that Assad was the main culprit behind the so-called chemical attack. US Secretary of Defense James Mattis has said that the evidence against Assad is there,[3] but “mad dog” Mattis hasn’t given any.

    On the contrary, Russia again has shown that the White Helmets, which is supported by U.S. officials, was largely behind the attack.

    Russia has also presented evidence which suggests that both Britain and America were behind the so-called chemical attack. Ministry spokesman Major-General Igor Konashenkov has said:

    “Please, notice. These people do not hide their names. These are not some faceless claims on the social media by anonymous activists. They took part in taking that footage. The Russian Defense Ministry also has evidence that Britain had a direct involvement in arranging this provocation in Eastern Ghouta.

    “We know for certain that between April 3 and April 6 the so-called White Helmets were seriously pressured from London to speed up the provocation that they were preparing.”[4]

    In other words, the so-called chemical attack was staged. It was a false flag. Plain and simple. Lord Alan West, a retired officer of the British Royal Navy, had similar thoughts:

    “It seems to be utterly ludicrous for the military [Assad government] that is in the process of taking over an area to go and do something with chemical weapons, which will draw the wrath of the larger enemy down upon them, If I was advising the opponents of [Syrian President Bashar] Assad, I would be delighted to kill a few people there. Let’s face it, [the insurgents] don’t care if they kill women and children.”[5]

    Responding to tweets by Donald Trump accusing Assad, West moved on to say: “I am not willing to accept tweets. We need to see incontrovertible truth about what has happened there and make a decision on that basis.”[6]

    Trump could have solved the Syria puzzle by just shutting the political door on Israel and looking at the hard evidence which conclusively shows that Assad has indeed been fighting terrorism since the beginning of time. Trump could have also realized that Assad has been protecting the Christian population as well as other minority groups in the country. My friend and colleague Mark Dankof just sent me a statement by Patriarch John X of Antioch and All the East in Syria which said:

    We condemn recent US public statements and threats to Syria based on mere allegations of using banned weapons. We deplore any possible American aggression on our people that will cause the country and the region to be further devastated.”

    In short, by allying with the Israeli regime and the Neoconservative ideology in order to destroy Syria, Trump has found himself in bed with Satanism, which seeks to subvert the moral and political order. In that sense, Trump is seeking World War III in Syria for Israel. In that sense, Trump is not working for the American people. He is working for a regime which always wants to see blood all over the Middle East and elsewhere.

    Israel lost the war in Syria. But Israel didn’t lose their finest puppet in America. So Israeli officials have actually asked for a rematch by sending American soldiers to die for the state of Israel. In other words, Israel is asking for more blood to be spilled, more money to be spent, and more disasters in the region.

    Perhaps Jewish political scholar Norman Finkelstein was right when he said that Israel needs to suffer a major military defeat. Russia can challenge the regime, but Russia cannot do it alone because Russian officials seem to fear that they will be placed under the spell of “anti-Semitism.”

    • [1] Jean Edward Smith, Bush (New York: Simon & Schuster, 2016), 660.
    • [2] Andrew J. Bacevich, Breach of Trust: How Americans Failed Their Soldiers and Their Country (New York: Metropolitan Books, 2013), 94, 105.
    • [3] “Mattis: Still no evidence on Syria chemical attack, but I believe there was one,” Russia Today, April 12, 2018.
    • [4] “Syria ‘chemical attack’ staged to provoke US airstrike, London pushed perpetrators – Russian MoD,” Russia Today, April 13, 2018.
    • [5] Ibid.
    • [6] Ibid.

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    Trump: Prisoner of the War Party?
    Monday - April 16, 2018 at 10:45 pm

    “Ten days ago, President Trump was saying ‘the United States should withdraw from Syria.’ We convinced him it was necessary to stay.”

    Thus boasted French President Emmanuel Macron Saturday, adding, “We convinced him it was necessary to stay for the long term.”

    Is the U.S. indeed in the Syrian civil war “for the long term”?

    If so, who made that fateful decision for this republic?

    U.N. Ambassador Nikki Haley confirmed Sunday there would be no drawdown of the 2,000 U.S. troops in Syria, until three objectives were reached. We must fully defeat ISIS, ensure chemical weapons would not again be used by Bashar Assad and maintain the ability to watch Iran.

    Translation: Whatever Trump says, America is not coming out of Syria. We are going deeper in. Trump’s commitment to extricate us from these bankrupting and blood-soaked Middle East wars and to seek a new rapprochement with Russia is “inoperative.”

    The War Party that Trump routed in the primaries is capturing and crafting his foreign policy. Monday’s Wall Street Journal editorial page fairly blossomed with war plans:

    “The better U.S. strategy is to … turn Syria into the Ayatollah’s Vietnam. Only when Russia and Iran began to pay a larger price in Syria will they have any incentive to negotiate an end to the war or even contemplate a peace based on dividing the country into ethnic-based enclaves.”

    Apparently, we are to bleed Syria, Russia, Hezbollah and Iran until they cannot stand the pain and submit to subdividing Syria the way we want.

    But suppose that, as in our Civil War of 1861-1865, the Spanish Civil War of 1936-1939, and the Chinese Civil War of 1945-1949, Assad and his Russian, Iranian and Shiite militia allies go all out to win and reunite the nation.

    Suppose they choose to fight to consolidate the victory they have won after seven years of civil war. Where do we find the troops to take back the territory our rebels lost? Or do we just bomb mercilessly?

    The British and French say they will back us in future attacks if chemical weapons are used, but they are not plunging into Syria.

    Defense Secretary James Mattis called the U.S.-British-French attack a “one-shot” deal. British Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson appears to agree: “The rest of the Syrian war must proceed as it will.”

    The Journal’s op-ed page Monday was turned over to former U.S. ambassador to Syria Ryan Crocker and Brookings Institute senior fellow Michael O’Hanlon: “Next time the U.S. could up the ante, going after military command and control, political leadership, and perhaps even Assad himself. The U.S. could also pledge to take out much of his air force. Targets within Iran should not be off limits.”

    And when did Congress authorize U.S. acts of war against Syria, its air force or political leadership? When did Congress authorize the killing of the president of Syria whose country has not attacked us?

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    Can the U.S. also attack Iran and kill the ayatollah without consulting Congress?

    Clearly, with the U.S. fighting in six countries, Commander in Chief Trump does not want any new wars, or to widen any existing wars in the Middle East. But he is being pushed into becoming a war president to advance the agenda of foreign policy elites who, almost to a man, opposed his election.

    We have a reluctant president being pushed into a war he does not want to fight. This is a formula for a strategic disaster not unlike Vietnam or George W. Bush’s war to strip Iraq of nonexistent WMD.

    The assumption of the War Party seems to be that if we launch larger and more lethal strikes in Syria, inflicting casualties on Russians, Iranians, Hezbollah and the Syrian army, they will yield to our demands.

    But where is the evidence for this?

    What reason is there to believe these forces will surrender what they have paid in blood to win? And if they choose to fight and widen the war to the larger Middle East, are we prepared for that?

    As for Trump’s statement Friday, “No amount of American blood and treasure can produce lasting peace in the Middle East,” the Washington Post Sunday dismissed this as “fatalistic” and “misguided.”

    We have a vital interest, says the Post, in preventing Iran from establishing a “land corridor” across Syria.

    Yet consider how Iran acquired this “land corridor.”

    The Shiites in 1979 overthrew a shah our CIA installed in 1953.

    The Shiites control Iraq because President Bush invaded and overthrew Saddam and his Sunni Baath Party, disbanded his Sunni-led army, and let the Shiite majority take control of the country.

    The Shiites are dominant in Lebanon because they rose up and ran out the Israelis, who invaded in 1982 to run out the PLO.

    How many American dead will it take to reverse this history?

    How long will we have to stay in the Middle East to assure the permanent hegemony of Sunni over Shiite?