September 7, 2013 in Articles
As America prepares for its next war, despite the cries of people across the globe, it is -as always- falling on the deaf, warmongering ears of congress, and our genocidal president. Syria is merely another stepping stone in the elite’s quest for global fascism. I wonder if the threats of an alliance from Russia and China are feigned as well. It is probably no more than a simple competition for mineral rights in Syria after the bombs are dropped, and the survivors are subdued and starving.
I love the news coverage of the G20 Summit. It looks like the political version of Rocky Balboa vs. Drago in “Rocky IV”. So far it’s a close fight, but we all know how it ends. America does whatever it pleases no matter who supports their proposed actions. The UN has been reduced to the “United Nothing” where US war interests are concerned. Mr. Obama has never had any real respect for international law, nor does he have to. What force on earth will contest his trespassing and murdering in sovereign nations without notice? Here is where to find The Universal Declaration Of Human Rights. A quick skimming will surely be both enlightening and nauseating. The US has no regard for many of these provisions.
There is no doubt that Halliburton is foaming at the mouth to move in before the dust settles so they can begin building plywood palaces for US troops to live in. They need air conditioners and electricity so they can play on their X Boxes. It will most likely be a 21st Century occupation; like we have seen quite a few times in the past twelve years. At least we won’t have to wonder what sort of hardships our volunteer troops will be under, thanks to our super-informative media. Nevermind the Syrian people. It just doesn’t look good on the part of our government to allow the media to show us hundreds of dead, maimed children, deconstructed infrastructure and compromised prisons. Luckily, our benevolent bombs are mostly looking for military installations, in order to minimize civilian casualties. That’s a great notion, but it never turns out that way. Iraq is a great example of how the US military became bored with military targets, and proceeded to reduce great, ancient cities to rubble. It looks like Damascus is next. I hope the UN is preparing well stocked refugee camps.
The news will tell us that this private contractor/quasi-military construction company will show up in order to provide humanitarian aid; very similar to the kind that our bombs will inflict on the innocents. I am having trouble making sense of how bombing and murdering thousands of people can be any sort of humanitarian intervention when an armed military is involved. I’m not a former Harvard lawyer either, so even without a law license our Chieftain must know more about that than a layman like me.
Whatever the case, as soon as American jets begin their sorties of murder, Syria will become a blood bath. The media will surely report total victory a few days in; just as this proxy war turned open war slides into another quagmire.
What will be gained from this victory? This one’s easy; oil, phosphates, chrome and manganese, asphalt, iron ore, rock salt, marble and gypsum -don’t forget oil. The US military needs lots of oil to maintain such a large scale, global occupation.
The only real hang-up for the US president is his failure to garner support nor sympathy from nations who would normally back our actions. It used to come with the territory when we were a “respectable superpower”. The sun is setting on those days now, and much of the globe is tiring of the US playing the cops. There is also the issue of a president who has no good idea how to get his way on a global stage; be it ineptitude, or the idea that he will somehow get what he wants despite popular opinion. Either way, Putin, a.k.a. “Drago” won the G20, and he has Edward (CIA) Snowden living comfortably in his country. That had to have burned Obama’s butt hairs, coupled with his inability to garner support for his war lust.
In case the worst happens, and I have a sinking feeling it will, I wish the best to the Syrian people. Anarchadia, and all of our supporters stand in solidarity with you, and sincerely hope for your safety and survival.