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Obama Itching to Accelerate Global Collapse

Posted by feww on August 31, 2013

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Russian President Vladimir Putin has challenged the US to present to the UN Security Council evidence that Syria attacked the so-called rebels with chemical weapons near Damascus, saying the idea that Syrian government has used chemical weapons on its own people was “utter nonsense.”

US President Barrack Obama said on Friday the US was planning a “limited, narrow” military action against Syria after intelligence reports that 1,429 people were killed by chemical weapons on  August 21.

President B-O
A confused President with a corrupt moral compass, “driving the world closer to the brink of war and destruction.” Photo credit: Reuters. Image may be subject to copyright.

Mr Putin said it was ridiculous to suggest that Syrian government was to blame for the chemical attack on its own people.

“Syrian government forces are advancing, while the so-called rebels are in a tight situation, as they are not nearly as equipped as the government,” Putin told ITAR-TASS.

“What those who sponsor the so-called rebels need to achieve is simple – they need to help them in their fight… and if this happens, it would be a tragic development,” he said.

“In these conditions, to give a trump card to those who are calling for a military intervention is utter nonsense.”

“So I’m convinced that is nothing more than a provocation by those who want to drag other countries into the Syrian conflict.”

Putin said that the US failure to present evidence to the international community was “simply disrespectful”.

“If there is evidence it should be shown. If it is not shown, then there isn’t any,” he said.

Russia has previously warned that “any unilateral military action bypassing the UN Security Council” would be a “direct violation of international law.”

Both Moscow and Beijing have vetoed two previous Security Council draft resolutions on Syria.

Mr Putin urged Mr Obama—a Nobel Peace Prize laureate—to consider future victims in Syria before taking military action.

Syrian President Assad has vowed his country will defend itself against any “aggression.”



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3 Responses to “Obama Itching to Accelerate Global Collapse”

  1. Fatti Maschii said

    In direct response to the above Barry “O” said:

    “I’m not itching for military action … I have been criticized for the last couple of years by some of the folks who are now saying they would oppose these strikes for not striking.”

  2. Marie H. said

    Institute for Public Accuracy – Wednesday, September 4, 2013
    Facts on Syria:
    * Rebels Refusing to Talk
    * 43 Percent of 100,000 Dead are pro-Government Combatants

    Parry is founder of and has written a series of articles on Syria. Most recently, he writes: “Two weeks after an apparent chemical attack in Syria, the Obama administration continues to tout its ‘scrubbed and rescrubbed’ intelligence as proving that the Syrian government is to blame. But not a single piece of verifiable evidence has been presented to the American people.”

    In another piece, Parry states: “Though many Americans may believe — from absorbing the mainstream U.S. news — that it is Syria’s President Bashar al-Assad who needs to be pressured to the negotiating table, the reality is that Assad has repeatedly offered to join peace talks in Geneva. It is ‘our’ opposition that has refused to go.

    “The rebel leaders have offered up a host of excuses: they want the U.S. government to provide sophisticated weapons first; they want all Hezbollah fighters from Lebanon to withdraw; they want to be in a winning position before talks begin; they want Assad to agree to resign as a precondition of talks.

    “In other words, the fractious rebels, whose most effective fighters are allied with al-Qaeda, don’t want peace talks; they’d rather wait for the United States and other outside powers to be drawn into the civil war and ensure Assad’s ouster, an outcome that also could make Syria the new hotbed for terrorism in the Middle East.”

    RANIA MASRI,, @rania_masri
    Masri is assistant professor in the Department of Environmental Sciences at the University of Balamand in Lebanon and is currently visiting the U.S. She said today: “There are a host of falsehoods being made about Syria. The issue is falsely being framed as either bomb or ‘do nothing,’ ignoring the host of diplomatic and nonviolent options … Some are starting to note that the administration is using a much higher figure for the casualties from the recent chemical weapons attack (see FAIR’s ‘John Kerry’s Very Precise Death Toll: Where Does It Come From?’) But that’s just the tip of the iceberg. It’s become a media cliche to say Assad ‘slaughtered 100,000 of his own people’ and the regime certainly has committed crimes, as the rebels have, but consider the best estimates we have for this: 43 percent of the 100,000 fatalities are pro-Syrian army combatants. Approximately 14 percent are rebel militants. And the remainder are civilians. The source is the pro-opposition Syrian Observatory for Human Rights.”

    John Kerry’s Very Precise Death Toll: Where Does It Come From?
    “But the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights, an organization that monitors casualties in the country, said it has confirmed 502 deaths, nearly 1,000 fewer than the American intelligence assessment claimed.”

    “And Hannah Allam and Mark Seibel of the McClatchy news service (9/2/13) noted that substantially lower death tolls were released by Britain (more than 350) and France (281).

    “Much of the case the U.S. is making against Syria is based on intelligence that the government is so far unwilling to make public (Washington Post, 9/2/13)–and some of what is available is not terribly convincing.”

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