NYT: ‘Bomb Syria, Even if It Is Illegal’


Obama Inc, Which is Arming Syrian Rebels Fighting to Overthrow Assad, Claims It Isn’t Seeking Regime Change

Of course it’s not regime change. Libya wasn’t about regime change either. What possible reason could we have to doubt Jay Carney’s claim aside from the fact that Obama is arming and training Syrian rebels who want to oust Assad.
US Forces to Punish Syria, not Push Regime Change

Idiotic. “ if you don’t know what to do, don’t do anything…” Miles Davis

To those of us lacking in nuance, that might seem like a regime change move. But clearly that can’t be so. It would mean that Obama Inc. is lying to us. Daniel Greenfield has more….
Iranian Foreign Ministry Spokesman Seyyed Abbas Araqchi has rejected recent Israeli media reports that Syrian President Bashar al-Assad has flown to Iran. (Disputed)
By now it should be obvious that whenever the U.S. interferes in another nation’s politics in the name of “human rights,” that that is only a pretext.
Ketchup Jihad

Kerry Consulting on Israeli Peace Process with Muslim Brotherhood Front Group Co-Founded by Head of Palestinian Islamic Jihad

NYT: ‘Bomb Syria, Even if It Is Illegal’

Unreal. The swine!

Time: Obama Can ‘Strike Syria Unilaterally’

The MuBro’s determine the narrative. Will they determine the outcome too?

Kucinich: US Is ‘Al Qaeda’s Air Force’?

Never thought I would agree with Kucinich on anything….

33 House Members Demand Authorization for Strike on Syria

Only 33?

BBC News uses ‘Iraq photo to illustrate Syrian massacre’

The BBC is facing criticism after it “accidentally” used a picture taken in Iraq in 2003 to illustrate the senseless massacre of children in Syria.

Photographer Marco di Lauro said he nearly “fell off his chair” when he saw the image being used, and said he was “astonished” at the failure of the corporation to check their sources.

American military intervention in Syria is likely to begin this week, and one thing we know amid the general confusion is that the objective is not to oust Bashar Assad: White House spokesman Jay Carney said Tuesday: “I want to make clear that the options that we are considering are not about regime change. They are about responding to a clear violation of international standard that prohibits the use of chemical weapons.” How the Obama Administration plans to deal with Assad’s alleged use of chemical weapons without challenging his grip on power is unclear, but then again, so is everything else about this misadventure.



3 thoughts on “NYT: ‘Bomb Syria, Even if It Is Illegal’”

  1. Re: “Syria: if you don’t know what to do, don’t do anything…”

    Sane, civilized people fear attacking therfore (innocent) others first, because doing so instantly destroys their hopes of peace and no pain, while inflicting fear and the risk of the inevitable righteous counter-attacks.

    Backwards criminals always only fear NOT attacking first, because they only believe in a limited, pain-or-be-pained, fear or cause fear and be feared, zero-sum universe where hope is only another painful trick to be feared and dismissed in advance.

    Liberals (criminals) are masochists who always seek to inflict their imagined worst-case scenarios on them selves and on everyone else first, in order to maintain the illusion of controlling it (“Screw you; I meant to do that!”) and so can always be expected to assert that
    “We must rush in first, lest some other fools beat us to it! Whee!”


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