This endless warmongering is a frustrating thing to include in this blog. One gets a strong feeling of the futility of presenting the truth to the public. Nothing seems to change, except for the worse.
With this mention of the degree of involvement in Africa and the frightening inclusion of South America, the picture of how really bad the situation is becomes clearer and clearer.
Regardless of the truth being made available about Syria and the obvious setting up of Iran to be next, the US/NATO military steamroller thunders on.
Why are the general population so ignorant, uncaring and/or apathetic?
Europe is being controlled by financial means, many other countries by the Global Warming scam, all these mentioned here by military intervention with more to come, and the public sit back watching “reality” TV and computer games without virtually a murmur.
In reality, what is going on here is far worse than the Nazi war program. Perhaps not in intensity, but certainly in extent, geographically and demographically, and just as evil!
On the other hand, it may come to pass that Russia will demonstrate their willingness to oppose further interference. That, however, would mean a major, major war situation, unless their open opposition is turns out to be effective as a deterrent.
China are not complacent about the Western warmongering and may be forced to also declare their opposition. Potentially, the world is close to a catastrophic debacle. The blame lays clearly with the West.
- CONFRONTING IRAN, “PROTECTING ISRAEL”: The Real Reason for America’s War on Syria (pakalertpress.com)
- US Attempts to Mass-Murder Its Way to Victory in Syria. (tgrule.com)
- We’re Going to War With Syria (thedailybeast.com)
- U.S.-Israeli War Against Syria Moves To The Next Stage: A Media Coup (theuglytruth.wordpress.com)
- The U.S. may have just started the “Cold War 2.0″ with Russia (investmentwatchblog.com)
- Russia, Iran accuse United States of arming Syrian rebels (mysanantonio.com)
- Russia Sets Out Tough Terms for Resolving Syria’s Civil War (world.time.com)