The War in Syria and the Mess We Created
Many are cheering President Donald Trump’s decision to retaliate against Syrian President Bashar al-Assad for the chemical weapons attack he allegedly launched against his own people. It isn’t hard to understand how Trump’s decision can garner the support of so many Americans who feel a sense of outrage that a government would attack its own people. Americans, rightfully so, hold a moral high ground concerning the relationship between governments and the people they govern. Unfortunately, there is no solid evidence that Assad is the one responsible for the attack. The fact that so many are behind Trumps action is also problematic in the sense that he didn’t seek congressional approval before launching the attack. People voted for Trump because he led them to believe that he would stand against the global interests subverting our sovereignty as a free nation and that he would return our country to the principles that made us free in the first place. As his administration continues on it seems that he either is a proxy who has been working for the globalists all along, or he simply isn’t as tough and principled as he presented himself. Syria is another in a long line of nations who refuse to participate in The Bank of International Settlements. They also moved away from the U.S. Dollar as it reserve currency in 2006. Saddam Hussein was ready to sell oil in Euros as opposed to dollars and we took him out. The same is true with Libyan President Miramar Gadhafi, he was ready to drop the U.S. Dollar and trade in his own gold backed currency and we took him out as well. Besides Syria, the only other nation not participating in the Petrodollar oil market is Iran, which is why they are one of the original seven countries targeted for regime change in the war plan known as the Project for a New American Century.
Throughout the Obama administration, many people expressed frustration over the fact that Obama seemed to pander to radical Islamists while referring to militant groups such as ISIS as the “JV team.” It eventually became apparent that Obama was actually arming these radical militants and recently released documents show that he was doing so in order to pressure Syrian President Bashar al-Assad. The group was being used to destabilize Syria in order to topple the Assad government. This is to ensure that Syria does not create its own currency. President Obama was a master manipulator and he effortlessly was able to blind the masses through his social justice rhetoric. None of his supporters would have thought that he was carrying on the same war objectives as his predecessor George W. Bush. The truth is that Obama conducted nearly ten times as many air strikes, mostly by unmanned aerial drones, than Bush had. Ironically, these strikes were also conducted in countries targeted for regime change under the Project New American Century doctrine. Gadhafi was killed by Obama’s administration and it was during Obama’s watch that tensions first escalated with Syria. The point is that there is an objective, and Trump’s recent action proves that he is not the independent, principled statesman we were hoping for. He is working to achieve the same globalist agenda through phony proxy wars as Bush, Clinton and Obama.
Many people may not realize the extent in which the United States has contributed to the chaos in the Middle East. The U.S. supported Iraq in its eight year war against Iran and in fact, there is evidence suggesting that the U.S. aided Iraq in launching mustard nerve agents against Iranian forces. The Reagan administration had determined that there was no benefit from an Iranian victory so we threw our full support behind Iraq. Ironically, decades later we would accuse Iraq of having the same mustard gas we supported them using because they threatened to sell oil in Euros as opposed to dollars. The United States also funded and trained the Mujahideen, which would later become the radical militants known as Al-Qaeda, in their efforts to beat back a Soviet invasion of Afghanistan during the cold war. The U.S. later invaded Afghanistan using the September 11, 2001, attacks as justification. The truth has more to do with a natural gas pipeline project sponsored by the corporation Unocal. In1998 congressional hearings were held concerning this project and due to rising political tensions in the region it was put on hold. The September 11 attacks provided the perfect opportunity to go into Afghanistan and ensure that the project would continue. It is important to know the history of how the U.S. has influenced and participated in Middle east wars because we are doing the same thing now in Syria. Not only did the Obama administration arm and train ISIS militants to use as a tool against Assad, the U.S. is also arming and training opposing factions to create a proxy war designed to entirely destabilize the region. Rebels armed by the CIA and Pentagon are now fighting against each other in Syria.
The question before us is a tough one. Is Donald trump just another shill for the globalists whom so many thought he would stand against, or was it necessary for him to attack Syria to prevent further attacks? We will likely never know for sure because the media will work incessantly, as they always do, to fill our heads with disinformation designed to keep us from knowing anything for certain. As far as most Americans are concerned our country is strictly divided along ideological lines between the so-called left and right wings. Two carefully constructed narratives between so-called liberal and conservative worldviews which create the necessary conflict and distractions needed to carry out the objective of worldwide social change. The election of Donald Trump was heralded by many as an intervention from God that prevented a known globalist from assuming power; however, he just carried out Hillary Clinton’s bidding by attacking Syria. America will never return to its founding principles as long as people continue blindly supporting the team they voted for. We have a responsibility to preserve liberty and pass it along to the next generation. This can’t be done if after every election we step back and simply assume our guy can do no wrong. Conservatives mocked Obama voters for years for this sheepish mentality and now, well now those same people are making the same mistake exhibiting the same sheepish, follow along behavior. Just because we voted for Donald trump it doesn’t eliminate the facts presented in this article, nor does it mean you have to stand behind his every action. In fact, liberty depends upon your not doing so.
Article posted with permission from David Risselada