The recent push by President Obama to bomb Syria and help the rebels, who are made up of Al Qaeda, the Muslim Brotherhood, and other terrorist organizations to oust the Bashar Assad government, was an awakening for many Americans who previously thought we were fighting such radical Islamist groups since the 9-11 attacks.
This latest push by the Obama Administration to help the Syrian rebels and the anger from the Saudi government because we ended up not doing so, really isn’t surprising if you look at the whole picture of events of post 9-11.
The very first conflict a month after 9-11 was in Afghanistan for the purpose of getting Osama bin Laden. Or this is what we were told. The main objective to get bin Laden disposed of the Taliban government without apprehending or killing him. Bottom line, we ended up occupying Afghanistan and controlling the government without fighting terrorist organizations.
Interestingly, bin Laden denied involvement in the 9-11 attacks shortly after the US suspected him of orchestrating them. The CIA and the White House now admits this, making his denial an irrefutable fact.
The second conflict took place in Iraq on false grounds that the Sadam Hussein government had Weapons of Mass Destruction which had nothing to do with radical Islam or Al Qaeda in particular. The accusation against Hussein was proven to be false.
What should trouble most people about the Iraq invasion, is the fact that it had nothing to do with going after Osama bin Laden or fighting terrorism. Only to dispose of a stable government and again, occupy a second country. Fighting Al Qaeda and organized terrorism was the furthest thing accomplished here since Sadam Hussein always kept a tight rein on any radicalism that might threaten his remaining in power.
In the years since then, the US has lead a bombing campaign in Libya for the primary objective of removing the Muammar Gaddafi government which was also a stable government as well as a staunch opposition to terrorist organizations.
We have also aided terrorist organizations with money, arms, and direct military involvement throughout the Mid East, N. Africa, and around the world.
Egypt is a prime example of the US ousting yet another stable government, which was against radical Islam in helping the Muslim Brotherhood attain power. The majority of the Egyptian people would not allow this to stand however, and have since disposed of the US placed radical Islamist government.
Thanks to information released by WikiLeaks in the Washington Post, published: 4/17/2011.
We now know Syria was on the US list of countries to be invaded because of its central location at the crossroads of Africa, Europe and the oil-rich Middle East, Syria, though not a big oil producer itself, has always held strategic significance. As early as 2005, the Bush administration was secretly jockeying for influence there, according to government documents released by WikiLeaks, via the Washington Post.
“The State Department has funneled as much as $6 million to the [Syrian opposition] group since 2006 to operate the satellite channel and finance other [unspecified] activities inside Syria… The U.S. money for Syrian opposition figures began flowing under President George W. Bush after he effectively froze political ties with Damascus in 2005…”
Seymour Hersh reported in 2007 about a “Redirection” toward destabilizing Iraq’s neighbors, with a new focus on backing Sunni groups to counter the influence of Shi’ite Iran and Hezbollah. Bashar al Assad’s Alawite sect is also Shi’ite. Saudi Arabia, conversely, is a bastion of Sunni Islam.
Hersh’s New Yorker piece indicated that Bandar bin Sultan was already deeply involved as of March, 2007, and that the US regional strategy indicated:
“…the Saudi government, with Washington’s approval, would provide funds and logistical aid to weaken the government of President Bashar Assad, of Syria.”
Just two months after the September 11th 2001 attacks, General Wesley Clark, former commander of NATO forces and a one-time candidate for the Democratic presidential nomination, reports that he learned from an officer in the Joint Chiefs of Staff that the Bush White House planned to attack 7 countries, including Syria, over the following 5 years.
“We’re going to start with Iraq, and then we’re moving on to Syria, Lebanon, Libya, Somalia, Sudan and Iran.”
Thus, the whole “War on Terror” was a hoax perpetrated by the George W. Bush Administration for the sole purpose of getting a green light to occupy oil producing nations.
Since the “War on Terror” proves to be a ruse, meaning the American people were duped into accepting a false threat which ultimately ended up costing the lives of over 1 million people worldwide and thousands of American lives. We must now demand that those who were responsible for this atrocity be tried and convicted. Now that we know no terrorist threat ever existed in the first place, we must demand that all Socialistic laws put in place since 9-11 such as the Patriot Act and NDAA be repealed.
The hundreds of Executive Orders signed by President Obama literally making him a Supreme Dictator, all in the name of protecting us from a conjured enemy which doesn’t exist, must also be rescinded.
The American people have been played as idiots by the Federal government for world domination and total control over every US citizen.
It’s time the American people strike some fear into Big Brother by taking action demanding a return to the Constitution as the law of the land.
There is no War on Terrorism, just a war on the very Constitution of the US itself and sinister desires of the US government of world domination.