Obama under Zionist pressure to retaliate against Syria


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Washington Post editorial says US should hold independent inquiry to confirm veracity of chemical attack reports, deliver vow not to tolerate such crimes; France says world should respond with force if allegations prove true

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The ball is in Obama’s court: The Washington Post, one of the most influential publications in the United States, has posted a scathing editorial criticizing the Obama administration’s handling of the Syria crisis in the wake of Wednesday’s chemical attack and urging it to reconsider its response to violations of what it has repeatedly defined as a “red line.

The West still waits a response from the White House on the Security Council’s decision to avoid an official investigation. On Wednesday, the US said it requested the UN to urgently investigate the allegation.

Meanwhile, France said on Thursday that the international community would need to respond with force if allegations that the Syrian government was responsible for a chemical attack on civilians proved true.

“There would have to be reaction with force in Syria from the international community, but there is no question of sending troops on the ground,” French Foreign Minister Laurent Fabius told French television network BFM.

If the UN Security Council could not make a decision, one would have to be taken “in other ways,” he said, without elaborating.

The Washington Post reiterated the sentiment, adding direct criticism against the Obama administration. “If the allegations of a massive new attack are confirmed, the weak measure adopted by President Obama in June — supplying small weapons to rebel forces — will have proved utterly inadequate,” the editorial said.

“The United States should be using its own resources to determine, as quickly as possible, whether the opposition’s reports of large-scale use of gas against civilians are accurate. If they are, Mr. Obama should deliver on his vow not to tolerate such crimes — by ordering direct US retaliation against the Syrian military forces responsible and by adopting a plan to protect civilians in southern Syria with a no-fly zone.”

The reasons behind the US inaction were revealed in a letter authored by the chairman of the joint chiefs of staff, General Martin Dempsey.

Dempsey does not believe the Syrian rebels would support US interests in case America helps them defeat Assad.

In an August 19 letter to Congressman Eliot Engel (D-N.Y.), Dempsey writes that the US military had the capability to destroy the Syrian air force and thus shift the balance of the two year old war in favor of the rebels. The General however doubts the reasonability of doing so.

Meanwhile, President Bashar Assad’s forces pressed on with a military offensive in eastern Damascus, bombing rebel-held suburbs.

The Britain-based Syrian Observatory for Human Rights said it had no word on casualties in the Thursday morning bombing of eastern Ghouta. It said Syrian warplanes conducted several air raids on eastern and western suburbs of Damascus, including three that took place within five minutes.

  1. #1 by NLG on August 22, 2013 - 8:01 pm

    Man, if you read the original, written by “the editorial board,” it’s like it came straight from Debka! LOL!

  2. #2 by Jean on August 22, 2013 - 9:18 pm

    The war mongers at the Washington Post and the idiot French leaders should be the first to put their own individual boots on the ground if they want to see blood and death. They will be able to
    not only see it but feel it as well. I make a motion for them to volunteer their own useless bodies.

  3. #3 by mlo on August 22, 2013 - 11:03 pm

    Let France send its goy cattle to fight and die for Israel, UK US has had enough.

  4. #4 by Rudy on August 22, 2013 - 11:13 pm

    Despite the feigned shock of Jew-ruled France, isn’t it obvious that Assad would never use chemical weapons and that in all probability it was the mercenary terrorists and Israel who is responsible? In the first case of a chem attack, as soon as the investigation began pointing towards the western-backed rebels, the investigation was abruptly ended and nothing more was said.

    Isn’t it also obvious that the reason that all western nations are Jew-ruled is because of the Rothschild banking cartel? Can’t the Rothschild Mafia be charged with an array of crimes? Something needs to be done with them.

  5. #5 by Joe on August 22, 2013 - 11:42 pm

    The Washington Post is a pro-Zionist rag, so this is no surprise. Of course the Security Council would reject calls for an independent investigation by the UN. They would never allow their false flag event to be exposed, would they? Now that Assad has the terrorists on the ropes the Israelis are desperate to drag the US into another war for Israel’s benefit. This will be a PR nightmare for Washington should they decide to use unlawful military force against Assad, not to mention the response of the Russian military in the region. But if there is one thing we’ve all learned about American foreign policy, it’s outright self destructive stupidity.

  6. #6 by zwf on August 23, 2013 - 9:22 am

    when will putin or the chiners put a nuke on jerusahell and let it be over with?
    sick and tired of these assclowns.

  7. #7 by Vickie Jacobs on August 23, 2013 - 11:25 am

    I wonder. What would France and the rest of the world do if they discovered the source of where the chemical came from? Say, the United States. Isn’t that where Germany got it for the gas chambers?

  8. #8 by Isaac on August 23, 2013 - 7:22 pm

    I wrote my point of view in the news media and said that all this is the work of the Mossad in order to get the US involved in another front for the sole benefit of the Jewish entity in the ME. All the Jewish organizations in the US that amount to more than 80 including Ape-Pack are busy pushing Congress and the Senate to vote for the US intervention in Syria.
    There are many things to consider before America launches another war in the Middle East. They have to consider Russia, China and Iran who might get involved in the conflict and with the more than 18.5 trillion dollars in debt, I do not think the US is in a good position to start another war that might bring the European and the US economy to ashes. But in the end that is what Israel wants.

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