Syria, the US, Russia, and Iran May Wind Up in a Huge Regional Conflict

August 26, 2013 at 2:19 PM 2 comments

syria_chemicalHouston, we are approaching a problem of epic proportions…

Unless you simply have not been paying attention, the US – under the direction of Barack Obama – is positioning itself for war (unless he calls it another “kinetic military action”) with Syria. Apparently, we have Patriot missiles ready to fly into Syria with chemical weapons the intended target. How asinine is that? When Obama was elected, didn’t he promise to shut down the wars and get us out of wars that we were in? Why has he done the exact opposite? Because he is a puppet politician who takes his orders from the global elite. It’s really simple once you see it. He is doing what Bush did, except he is doing more of it.

Today, John Kerry talked about the chemical weapons attack that allegedly occurred in Syria as being “undeniable” and “real.” Funny how Kerry can present himself so unequivocally here but when it comes to Benghazi, that’s another story. Every word is nuanced to only seem to say something.

It may very well be that the chemical attack didn’t really happen. If it did happen (and can be proven), it’s also very likely that it did not happen by Assad’s forces. Why would he wasted the effort when it is clear that he is winning against anti-Assad forces? All he has to do is wait them out. Besides, Russia and Iran seem to have Syria’s back and even China is interested in that area of the world. Who wouldn’t be since it has oodles of oil?

Doug Hagmann writes, “The anti-Assad ‘rebels’ are losing, they’re in retreat, because the exposure to the arms and weapons running from Benghazi caused the architects of this conflict to lay low for a while. That gave us some time, but it did not change their objective of overthrowing Assad and taking Syria for the Muslim Brotherhood. The anti-Assad rebels cannot survive without Western assistance. Considering that, what sense would it make for Assad to use chemical weapons, especially as international observers were getting in position to investigate the situation, against rebels in retreat?”

Ever since the early 1970s when Nixon made a deal with the Saudis to have the American dollar backed by oil, we have had to rely on oil to make our economy go round. It seems as though everything we’ve done in the Middle East and that area of the world is guided by our need for black gold.

Here’s the big problem though (apart from that). If the US starts firing off Patriot missiles indiscriminately into Syria (Damascus anyone?), Russia will join the fray. If they join the fray, Iran will almost certainly do the same thing. Israel could also become embroiled in a large regional conflict too.

In other words, if a war with Syria happens, it could well be the start of WW III. If that happens, then the chances are really good that America’s economy will tank even further, possibly to the point of killing the dollar altogether. If that occurs, then a new currency would need to be introduced. Bollocks! Can you see the mess coming?

The reality is that I firmly believe America was taken over by the globalists quite some time ago. Woodrow Wilson was an avowed socialist. His chief adviser – Edward Mandell House – was a dyed-in-the-wool Marxist. If we look back through history, it becomes clear that many of our presidents used democracy as the reason for getting into wars. Who doesn’t want that? Yet, in spite of this, were does democracy exist in places like the Middle East? It doesn’t so why haven’t we learned from our mistakes? Because the global elite needs to destroy the dollar, replacing it with something else so that they can control it easier.

I think what we may be missing here is that these forces that are forcing a match-up with the US and ultimately Russia, seem to have more in mind that just gaining oil rights. It appears – and I’ve alluded to this before – that the powers that be are interested in reshaping “the entire power structure of not just the Middle East, but of the world.” If a regional war turned into anything larger than that, it could easily happen.

History shows us that the banking cartel stands to make a lot of money and gain tremendous power from these wars, if things go in their favor. It’s been that way since before Rothschild and it’s simply gotten worse since that time.

War is profitable. Peace earns bankers nothing. It is more beneficial in many ways for the banking cartel to keep wars going because it keeps people on edge, they can make a good deal of money from it regardless of the side they invest in, and ultimately, wars help redefine or restructure power centers. That is ultimately what the banking cartel wants and needs. If they can gain even more power through a hard-fought, drawn out, regional battle in the Middle East, they could shift the entire power structure to their favor, while decimating economies like America’s, which is already suffering greatly.

We’ll see what happens, but I cannot think of anything good that will come out of the United States being involved in yet another war.

Entry filed under: Barack Hussein Obama, Politics, Socialism.

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2 Comments

  • 1. Pam Goolsby  |  August 26, 2013 at 5:57 PM

    we have missed your posts, good to see you back and this is one that everyone should read, it is just what’s happening, but we (hubbie and I) fell it’s not going to be just there, and I would like to see what you think on that million muslim march on 9-11, this is some thing people need not take lighty, trouble on the horizon, and by the way have you cought wind of a gov.office and his hate web site on killing a whole lot of white people it’s called war on the horizon.com it’s all over the search sites we use gibiru search thanks for your posts Pam

    Date: Mon, 26 Aug 2013 21:19:17 +0000 To: pam.56@hotmail.com


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