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War Is Coming: 10 Reasons Why A Diplomatic Solution To The Syria Crisis Is Extremely Unlikely
By Michael Snyder, on September 12th, 2013
U.S. Military War With SyriaOver the past few days, there has been a tremendous wave of optimism that it may be possible for war with Syria to be averted. Unfortunately, it appears that a diplomatic solution to the crisis in Syria is extremely unlikely. Assad is certainly willing to give up his chemical weapons, but he wants the U.S. to accept a bunch of concessions that it will never agree to. And it certainly sounds like the Obama administration has already decided that “diplomacy” is going to fail, and they continue to position military assets for the upcoming conflict with Syria. Meanwhile, Saudi Arabia, Qatar and Turkey are all going to continue to heavily pressure the Obama administration. They have invested a huge amount of time and resources into the conflict in Syria, and they desperately want the U.S. military to intervene. Fortunately, overwhelming domestic and global opposition to an attack on Syria has slowed down the march toward war for the moment, but unfortunately that probably will not be enough to stop it completely. The following are ten reasons why war is almost certainly coming…
#1 Assad wants a guarantee that he will not be attacked by the United States or by anyone else before he will give up his chemical weapons.
That is extremely unlikely to happen.
#2 Assad is not going to agree to any chemical weapons deal unless the U.S. stops giving weapons to al-Qaeda terrorists and other jihadist rebels that are fighting against the Syrian government.
That is extremely unlikely to happen.
In fact, according to the Washington Post, the U.S. has been ramping up the delivery of weapons to jihadist rebels in Syria…
The CIA has begun delivering weapons to rebels in Syria, ending months of delay in lethal aid that had been promised by the Obama administration, according to U.S. officials and Syrian figures. The shipments began streaming into the country over the past two weeks, along with separate deliveries by the State Department of vehicles and other gear — a flow of material that marks a major escalation of the U.S. role in Syria’s civil war.
#3 Assad is suggesting that the Israelis should give up their weapons of mass destruction.
That is extremely unlikely to happen.
#4 The Syrian “rebels” desperately want the U.S. military to intervene in the war in Syria. In fact, that was the entire reason for the false flag chemical weapon attack in the first place.
The “top rebel commander” is now declaring that the Free Syrian Army “categorically rejects the Russian initiative”, and he is calling on the United States to strike the Assad regime immediately.
#5 Saudi Arabia desperately wants the U.S. military to intervene in Syria. The Saudis have spent billions of dollars to support the rebels in Syria, and they have been lobbying very hard for an attack.
#6 Qatar desperately wants the U.S. military to intervene in Syria. Qatar has also spent billions of dollars to support the rebels in Syria, and it has been reported that “Arab countries” have even offered to pay for all of the costs of a U.S. military operation that would remove Assad.
#7 Turkey has wanted a war which would remove Assad for a very long time. And CNN is reporting that Turkey has moved troops to the border with Syria in anticipation of an upcoming attack.
#8 Many members of the U.S. Congress want this war. Senators John McCain and Lindsey Graham are virtually foaming at the mouth, and Robert Menendez, the Chairman of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee, said that he “almost wanted to vomit” after reading Russian President Vladimir Putin’s plea for peace in the New York Times.
#9 Obama does not want to look weak, and he seems absolutely obsessed with starting a war with Syria. For the moment, he has been backed into a corner diplomatically by Russia, but the Obama administration is already laying the groundwork for making it look like “diplomacy has failed”. According to CNN, U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry is already talking about the “consequences” that will happen when the Syria deal falls apart…
Any agreement reached must be “comprehensive,” “verifiable,” “credible” and “able to be implemented in a timely fashion,” Kerry said, adding that “there ought to be consequences if it doesn’t take place.”
#10 There have been reports that U.S. soldiers are now receiving orders to deploy to Syria. For example, the following is from a recent article by Paul Joseph Watson…
Venture capitalist Dan Bubalo claims he was told by a source close to Ft. Hood that US troops have been ordered to deploy to Syria.
Writing for conservative columnist Mychal Massie’s website, Bubalo cites a “close and verifiable source” who told him that a friend at Ft. Hood had received news that he was to be sent to Egypt for the next nine months.
“This particular soldier said that while he was not really thrilled about the assignment to Egypt, it was better than the soldiers that remained at the military base BECAUSE THEY HAD JUST RECEIVED THEIR DEPLOYMENT ORDERS TO GO TO SYRIA,” writes Bubalo.
If you want to read the original report, you can find it
For the moment, Obama and Kerry will dance around and make it look like they are considering peace. They will try to get Congress to authorize a strike “if diplomacy fails”.
But they already know that diplomacy is going to fail. Once they are ready, Obama will declare that the conditions for war set forth in the congressional authorization have been fulfilled and then he will start raining cruise missiles down on Syria.
When that happens, will Obama have your support? The video posted below is one of the funniest that I have seen in a long time…
And when Obama does strike Syria, he will officially be allying the United States with al-Qaeda and other radical jihadist groups.
Middle Eastern expert Jonathan Spyer has spent a lot of time on the ground among the Syrian rebels recently. The following is what he has to say about who they are…
“Undoubtedly outside of Syria, and in the Syrian opposition structures, there are civilian political activists and leaders who are opposed to al-Qaida and opposed to Islamism,” Spyer explained to TheDC in an email interview. “There are also civilian activists and structures within the country which are opposed to al-Qaida and Islamism. But when one looks at the armed rebel groups, one finds an obvious vast majority there who are adherents of Islamism of one kind or another — stretching from Muslim Brotherhood-type formations all the way across to groups openly aligned with al-Qaida central and with al-Zawahiri.”
“The ‘moderate’ force which we are told about supposedly consists of those rebel brigades aligned with the Supreme Military Command, of Major-General Salim Edriss,” he continued. ”Most of the units aligned with the SMC actually come from a 20-unit strong bloc called the Syrian Islamic Liberation Front. This includes some powerful brigades, such as Liwa al-Islam in the Damascus area, Liwa al Farouq and Liwa al Tawhid. These and the overwhelming majority of the units aligned with the SMC are Islamist formations, who adhere to a Muslim Brotherhood-type outlook.”
And as NBC News recently pointed out, a high percentage of these “rebels” have come in from outside Syria…
Abu Abdul Rahman, a 22-year-old from Tunisia, sat in a safe house earlier this week in Antakya — a southern Turkey town that’s fast becoming a smugglers transit route. He was waiting for a smuggler to take him across the border to fight in Syria.
“Almighty Allah has made Jihad a duty on us. When our Muslim brethren are oppressed, it is a duty to support them wherever they are, because Muslims are not separated by countries,” he said.
Abdul Rahman is one of thousands of al-Qaeda volunteers who are flocking to Syria to join what they see as a battle to defend Muslims no one is bothering to help.
“This was a dream for me, to wage jihad for Allah’s sake, because this is one of the greatest deeds in Islam, to lift aggression off my brothers, to bleed for Allah and no other,” he said.
Is this really who Obama intends for us to become “allies” with?
Is he insane?
In article after article, I have documented how Obama’s Syrian rebels have been ruthlessly murdering Christians, using chemical weapons and dismembering little girls.
Today, I found an account from a Time Magazine reporter that chillingly describes the brutality of these fanatics…
I don’t know how old the victim was but he was young. He was forced to his knees. The rebels around him read out his crimes from a sheet of paper. They stood around him. The young man was on his knees on the ground, his hands tied. He seemed frozen.
Two rebels whispered something into his ear and the young man replied in an innocent and sad manner, but I couldn’t understand what he said because I don’t speak Arabic.
At the moment of execution the rebels grasped his throat. The young man put up a struggle. Three or four rebels pinned him down. The man tried to protect his throat with his hands, which were still tied together. He tried to resist but they were stronger than he was and they cut his throat. They raised his head into the air. People waved their guns and cheered. Everyone was happy that the execution had gone ahead.
Should the U.S. military be used to help those jihadist thugs take control of Syria?
If Obama gets us into this war, it has the potential to spin totally out of control very rapidly.
Let us hope and pray that it does not happen. Because if we do go to war in Syria, it could ultimately lead us down the road to World War III.
Middle East War Is Coming
|Re: Reasons Why A Diplomatic Solution To The Syrian Crisis Is Unlikely by obadiah777: 9:17pm On Sep 17|
well ww3 on the horizon
|Re: Reasons Why A Diplomatic Solution To The Syrian Crisis Is Unlikely by donlisa: 9:56pm On Sep 17|
wit tomuch uniattack of US in world issues dia hegnomity wil soon come 2 an end.. let watch and c
|Re: Reasons Why A Diplomatic Solution To The Syrian Crisis Is Unlikely by roli21: 9:57pm On Sep 17|
|Re: Reasons Why A Diplomatic Solution To The Syrian Crisis Is Unlikely by penzino(m): 9:59pm On Sep 17|
|Re: Reasons Why A Diplomatic Solution To The Syrian Crisis Is Unlikely by infoscope(m): 10:00pm On Sep 17|
This is getting interesting
|Re: Reasons Why A Diplomatic Solution To The Syrian Crisis Is Unlikely by otijah(m): 10:00pm On Sep 17|
If they like, they should start war they will also end it. Thank God the War no go affect Nigeria.
|Re: Reasons Why A Diplomatic Solution To The Syrian Crisis Is Unlikely by shymexx(m): 10:03pm On Sep 17|
Anyway, Russia just sent its aircraft carriers killer warship over there, making its total number of warships on the Syrian coast 11. This is definitely going to be a showdown and may the best win. There are too much vested interests in Syria - Assad and the Syrian people are the pawns on the chessboard.
|Re: Reasons Why A Diplomatic Solution To The Syrian Crisis Is Unlikely by Ouch_Daddy(m): 10:03pm On Sep 17|
|Re: Reasons Why A Diplomatic Solution To The Syrian Crisis Is Unlikely by JMOI: 10:03pm On Sep 17|
"Reasons why" Sounds like a grammatical error to me
By the way, I strongly believe that none of the parties are really willing to go to war. Obama probably knows the cost of war more than anybody out there, especially with the fragile economy of the US. Secondly, if the US launches an attack in Syria, the latter and its allies are likely to retaliate. They'll most definitely strike Israel as well as US installments in the region. Iran and Lebanon's Hezbollah have always been spoiling for war with Israel and they might see this as the opportune moment to strike. Add Russia and China to the equation and things become even edgier. Of course, if Israel is attacked, they will reply in three folds and that will mean a total annihilation of Lebanon and Damascus.
The US does not actually want to go to war, they are doing this in order to mount pressure on Assad to make him give in to their conditions and also give the rebels an upper hand, because he (Assad) has proven too strong for them. The fact is that there are many parties involved and going to war will be tantamount to Obama declaring War World III, bearing in mind that all the major actors in this game (Russia, Syria, China, Israel, the US, Hezbollah, Iran, Britain and France) possess nuclear weapons.
|Re: Reasons Why A Diplomatic Solution To The Syrian Crisis Is Unlikely by chronique(m): 10:09pm On Sep 17|
History is repeating itself again with america. This is how they funded and equipped osama bin laden's al-qaeda against Russia in afghanistan in 1979. Of course,we all know what the end of it was;osama,a terror to the world. Now,they're funding these same terrorists in syria. The end of America is near cos someday,the world will realise America is the problem of the world and the battle will be fought against America and her allies from all corners.
Pls quote me in the nearest future.
|Re: Reasons Why A Diplomatic Solution To The Syrian Crisis Is Unlikely by searay(m): 10:09pm On Sep 17|
What is war?
|Re: Reasons Why A Diplomatic Solution To The Syrian Crisis Is Unlikely by MostHigh: 10:11pm On Sep 17|
obadiah777: FP TINZ
Its judgement time Sire.
|Re: Reasons Why A Diplomatic Solution To The Syrian Crisis Is Unlikely by 25Calibre(m): 10:11pm On Sep 17|
Assad's demands are only logical, in times of uncertainty like this, it would be foolhardy to give up any leverage you might have without significant concessions from the other side.
We are approaching a new era, an era when Europe and America would experience a new wave of highly sophisticated terrorism. Once the war in Syria ends, the jihad will be moved somewhere else.
|Re: Reasons Why A Diplomatic Solution To The Syrian Crisis Is Unlikely by Bright2(m): 10:11pm On Sep 17|
Obama is really investing! O.P.P
|Re: Reasons Why A Diplomatic Solution To The Syrian Crisis Is Unlikely by tutu1: 10:12pm On Sep 17|
YOU ARE A FOOL FOR WRITING THIS POST, STOP SPREADING LIES AND HATE BASED ON YOUR FOOLISH CONSPIRACY THEORIES.
NairaMinted: War Is Coming: 10 Reasons Why A Diplomatic Solution To The Syria Crisis Is Extremely Unlikely
|Re: Reasons Why A Diplomatic Solution To The Syrian Crisis Is Unlikely by LewsTherin: 10:13pm On Sep 17|
Another anti-obama-anti-us-anti-war-with-conspiracies-pouring-outta-the-ears "report".
|Re: Reasons Why A Diplomatic Solution To The Syrian Crisis Is Unlikely by 1supremo: 10:13pm On Sep 17|
An article based on pure conjectures: op's fabrications, half truths, untruths and unfounded allegations.
|Re: Reasons Why A Diplomatic Solution To The Syrian Crisis Is Unlikely by plaetton: 10:14pm On Sep 17|
You are absolutely right.
There are too many vested interests who have invested too so much on this particular war party.
I am sure they are all disappointed about the recent turn of events, and are most likely working on Plan B this very moment.
So stayed tuned for more drama.
Obama, though, is the unwilling bride in this party. You can see that by his body language and careful choice of words as well his delay tactics.
It is obvious that he is being goaded, blackmailed or threatened to play his own part in this laughable theatre of treachery , blood and intrigues.
I am very sure that he is grateful to Putin for the timely intervention.
The question that everyone should be asking is:
If the President of the United States of America, the de facto most powerful man on earth, is being forced into an armed conflict against his own wishes , his own philosophy, and his own judgement, then who or what are the groups that are capable of wielding such powers?
Such powers represent the real danger to the future of humankind.
|Re: Reasons Why A Diplomatic Solution To The Syrian Crisis Is Unlikely by MostHigh: 10:15pm On Sep 17|
otijah: If they like, they should start war they will also end it. Thank God the War no go affect Nigeria.
Guy get serious, this is the war to end all wars.
This is the paradigm shift.
|Re: Reasons Why A Diplomatic Solution To The Syrian Crisis Is Unlikely by Adatob: 10:18pm On Sep 17|
Eheh this people self! GOD na your hand i dey oh
|Re: Reasons Why A Diplomatic Solution To The Syrian Crisis Is Unlikely by otijah(m): 10:20pm On Sep 17|
MostHigh:all am saying is that they should be fighting their war there at the coast, make e no enter africa talkless of 9ja oooo
|Re: Reasons Why A Diplomatic Solution To The Syrian Crisis Is Unlikely by amuniiopz(m): 10:20pm On Sep 17|
neva undarate d IRANIANS,RUSSIANS AND EVEN D IRAQIS..a drop ov bomb in syria wil b d beginin ov WISDOM...ISREAL wil b d recivin end...4 d AMERICANS de ar yet 2 c dia dooms day..de shuld suport al-qaeda n syria nd fight dem in pakistan...i wil neva suport any country dat legalize HOMOSEXUALITY.i.e U.S ND IT ALLIES..GOD'S anger is abt 2 strike dem al.
|Re: Reasons Why A Diplomatic Solution To The Syrian Crisis Is Unlikely by afinic001(m): 10:22pm On Sep 17|
Let's see how this pans out.
|Re: Reasons Why A Diplomatic Solution To The Syrian Crisis Is Unlikely by otijah(m): 10:25pm On Sep 17|
tutu1: YOU ARE A FOOL FOR WRITING THIS POST, STOP SPREADING LIES AND HATE BASED ON YOUR FOOLISH CONSPIRACY THEORIES.somebody brought out a topic and it made FP and here u are calling him a fool. Pls I need ur own geniune topic mr right
|Re: Reasons Why A Diplomatic Solution To The Syrian Crisis Is Unlikely by Forza p(m): 10:26pm On Sep 17|
Dis post as been witheld
|Re: Reasons Why A Diplomatic Solution To The Syrian Crisis Is Unlikely by The truth sayer: 10:28pm On Sep 17|
I dont know why u.s and its allies hate syria so much to the estent of spreadind false flag news about assad regime. Lets think wisely and deeply: why is u.s funding those rebels/false jihadists in syria, while they are fighting those in other countries. How comes like this?
|Re: Reasons Why A Diplomatic Solution To The Syrian Crisis Is Unlikely by ochukoccna: 10:34pm On Sep 17|
plaetton: @op:The answer to your question is simple
The American War Machine Establishment is baying fot fresh blood and new food.
Hope they don't choke on this
What I do not understand is why Americans are not taking their government to task over their shadowy alliance with Jihadist groups
|Re: Reasons Why A Diplomatic Solution To The Syrian Crisis Is Unlikely by MostHigh: 10:39pm On Sep 17|
otijah: all am saying is that they should be fighting their war there at the coast, make e no enter africa talkless of 9ja oooo
Jer 4:25 I beheld, and, lo, there was no man, and all the birds of the heavens were fled.
Jer 4:26 I beheld, and, lo, the fruitful place was a wilderness, and all the cities thereof were broken down at the presence of the LORD, and by his fierce anger.
My advice is to consider off grid living cause bible don't lie.
|Re: Reasons Why A Diplomatic Solution To The Syrian Crisis Is Unlikely by otijah(m): 10:45pm On Sep 17|
MostHigh:pastor but the bible did not specify the particular city nah.
|Re: Reasons Why A Diplomatic Solution To The Syrian Crisis Is Unlikely by all4naija(m): 10:48pm On Sep 17|
Hahaha... Some haters will continue to hate. No matter what it takes them to do just that. OP,well done for your sh**ts!
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