The Syria Hoodwink – ISIS and the Phase II Invasion
by ZenGardner Besides using ISIS as the new bogeyman to whip up justification for more war abroad and draconian control at home in the NATO countries, Syria has all along been their next target to be followed by Iran. The first attempt for a frontal assault was shot down by an angry, motivated public, so this new weapon was cooked up, and was perhaps their plan all along to bring in the next level of fear to accompany their war drums. To see an admission of their intentions watch this famous clip of General Wesley Clark who was briefed soon after the staged 9/11 “new Pearl Harbor” event as to what the Middle East plan was that was already in place. Whether he’s genuinely sounding an alarm or just a tool being used for their ceremonial “revelation of the method”, it’s extremely and very plainly revealing. Now to recent news revealing preparations for the next step about to be taken against Syria. The same propaganda warfare as always, now being used daily against Russia and to prop up the US imposed Ukrainian mafia. How people can buy into this is beyond me. This is another reason they want to throttle free speech on the internet, so people will only be able to access the party line, a direct fulfillment of Orwell’s global totalitarian vision in 1984. When we see these events for what they truly are, it brings clarity and empowerment. The Stage Is Set For The Syrian Invasion ZeroHedge:
One week ago, when reporting on the latest bizarre plan presented by the Pentagon, namely providing Syrian rebels (but only the moderate ones, not the jihadists like al Nusra, or, well, ISIS) with B-1B Bomber air support in their attacks on ISIS, when we wrote that this “means in the coming weeks and months look forward to a surge in false flag “attacks” blamed on the Assad regime, aiming to give Obama validation to expand the “War against ISIS” to include Syria’s regime as well.” We didn’t have long to wait: in an entirely unsourced Time article written today by Aryn Baker, the Middle East Bureau Chief, the stage for the second attempt at invading Assad regime is finally set. The article, titled “Why Bashar Assad Won’t Fight ISIS” is essentially an essay that, as the title suggests “proves” that the Syrian leader is, in fact, quite close with ISIS and derives strategic benefits from his relationship, which is why he won’t attack them, and thus by implication is just as bad as ISIS and worthy of America’s wrath.