Black People : Does Washington think People Are Stupid? Another War Based on fake WMD?

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  1. Alarm Clock

    Alarm Clock Well-Known Member MEMBER

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    Christof Lehmann (nsnbc),- Following the recent French and British decision to lift an embargo on delivering weapons to armed terrorist groups in Syria, the USA has followed suit, giving US companies permission to sign contracts with outlawed terrorist groups operating in Syria.
    The White House decision is accompanied by strongly biased “chemical weapons use” rhetoric and false claims of “evidence”, while Syrian and Russian demands for a full investigation of all incidents of chemical weapons use are omitted.
    http://nsnbc.me/2013/06/14/washington-pushing-for-middle-east-war-on-fabricated-wmd-claims/
     
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    You see it coming too, huh?
    Then, when another attack happens, people will be all crying and wanting to nuke Syria.
     
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    Published on Saturday, June 15, 2013 by Common Dreams
    Chemical Weapons Experts Not Sold on US Claim in Syria
    We are 'yet to see the telltale signs of a sarin gas attack'

    - Jacob Chamberlain, staff writer
    The White House claimed Thursdaythat they have evidence of chemical weapons attacks by the Syrian government, including the use of sarin, but has not yet published their evidence.
    Such an attack, the Obama administration claims, crosses the "red line" over which the U.S. will now increase its "military support" for the rebels.
    According to McClatchy News, the Obama administration has their work cut out for them to prove such claims.
    McClatchy reports:
    Chemical weapons experts voiced skepticism Friday about U.S. claims that the government of Syrian President Bashar Assad had used the nerve agent sarin against rebels on at least four occasions this spring, saying that while the use of such a weapon is always possible, they’ve yet to see the telltale signs of a sarin gas attack, despite months of scrutiny.
    “It’s not unlike Sherlock Holmes and the dog that didn’t bark,” said Jean Pascal Zanders, a leading expert on chemical weapons who until recently was a senior research fellow at the European Union’s Institute for Security Studies. “It’s not just that we can’t prove a sarin attack, it’s that we’re not seeing what we would expect to see from a sarin attack.”

    http://www.commondreams.org/headline/2013/06/15-2

    http://www.mcclatchydc.com/2013/06/...utm_medium=twitter&utm_term=news#.Ub8UvJwlsQb
     
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    Obama faces Congressional Backlash for supporting Al Qaeda Syria Rebels

    ....Obama changed course earlier this month and said he would provide military support to Syria’s opposition forces. McCain and Democrats like Senate Armed Services Chairman Carl Levin (Mich.) and Foreign Relations Chairman Robert Menendez (N.J.) cheered the move but urged him to go further by creating a no-fly zone in Syria.​
    The administration is trying to keep out of the crossfire as it makes the pitch to Congress for increased involvement. Vice President Joe Biden briefed the Senate Intelligence Committee on Syria on Thursday.
    While the debate in Congress is focused primarily on what the administration should do in Syria, it is also impacting legislation that isn’t explicitly aimed at limiting U.S. involvement. ..,
    After a decade of war in Iraq and Afghanistan, there is public opposition to participating in another war in the Middle East. A Pew Poll released last week found 70 percent of respondents opposed the United States and its allies arming the rebels, while just 20 percent supported it. .......​

    http://www.globalresearch.ca/obama-...-for-supporting-al-qaeda-syria-rebels/5341091
     
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    They said that there will be no boots on the ground...So lets brace ourselves...I see that becoming a lie also.

    Peace!
     
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    but why support those, who they claim blew up the trade centers, and have enslaved our privacy to so called protect us from folks they are aiding?
     
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    IMO, politics represents the human condition, especially when we are kids. The child you fight and don't like today will be your best friend tomorrow. Your friend...(a) comes to you...(b) and say that he doesn't like boy...(c). But you and boy (c) are friends. So your friend (a) says that you and him can't be friends if you continue to be friends with boy (c). So most kids side with the friend who can benefit them the most at the present time.

    Peace!
     
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    brother all due respect did you just rationalize being in bed with terrorists? And all due respect would you have done so if the president was White?
     
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    Yes, Washington, does believe we are stupid...they capitalize on the stupidity of AmeriKKKa.
    It never ceases to amaze me nor surprise me when they pull stunts such as these.
     
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    How far do you want to go back to this the type of behavior in play? This is nothing new, for years Bin Laden was our friend when we had him help us fight the Russians when they occupied Afghanistan in the 80s. These western governments play this type of game. Recognizing a condition is not the same as rationalizing it. Color has nothing to do with it, as you can see, it was in the 80s. Obama wasn't president back then. Why does every thing be predicated on color? If color mattered, the black caucus would not have sold us out to Regan back in the 80s either. It was politics.

    Peace!
     
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