What Did the Trump Administration Just Do in Syria?

IMG_0331.JPGThe apparent U.S. strikes against forces backing Bashar al-Assad on Thursday could mark a major shift in the Trump administration’s approach to Syria. Coalition jets reportedly hit Syrian forces and their allies in al-Tanf, near the border with Jordan and Iraq. According to CBS News, the strike was a response to pro-regime vehicles that had moved into the de-confliction zone established around the military base in al-Tanf. Then, on Thursday, Fars, an Iranian news agency affiliated with the Islamic Revolutionary Guard, reported that 3,000 Hezbollah fighters had been sent to Tanf to back the Syrian military in its fight against the United States “and establish security at the Palmyra-Baghdad road.”……Read More

The U.S. Strike in Syria: U.S. aircraft reportedly targeted a Syrian military convoy near the border with Iraq and Jordan.

GAME OVER: We crossed the red line years ago and no one is telling you: The world as we know it is collapsing like a pack of cards

IMG_0126When the White House’s top spokesman, Press Secretary Sean Spicer said this week that President Bashar al-Assad had committed atrocities worse than Nazi leader Adolf Hitler… Hitler, as the rest of the world knows, gassed 6 million Jews in WWII… And a CEO of a top world airline company claimed one of “his” customers acted “disruptive and belligerent” as he was dragged helplessly, screaming and bloodied by 4 airline thugs, down the aisle of a jet after refusing to give up his seat voluntarily, why should he anyway? He paid for it! Or when world leaders are threatening to nuke each other, not each other personally you understand but the millions of poor innocent people who are governed by these people, well it gives us all an idea, just where the state of our global union is at the moment. Not surprising then, suicide has reached epidemic levels around the world…..Read More

Prepare for ‘real war: Putin’s diplomats in London sound an ominous warning of escalating conflict

IMG_0091Russian an Iranian forces last night warned Donald Trump they would retaliate with military action if he launched more airstrikes on Syria. In an ominous threat raising the prospect of war, they said the US President had crossed a ‘red line’ with his surprise missile bombardment on Bashar al-Assad’s forces. ‘From now on we will respond with force to any breach of red lines and America knows our ability to respond well,’ the military chiefs said in a joint statement with Hezbollah.  The Russian Embassy in London last night suggested there could be ‘real war’ if Moscow is presented with an ultimatum over Syria. But Boris Johnson will today lead a push for Russia to face tough new sanctions unless it withdraws its support for Assad…..Read More

West Steps Up Pressure On Russia Over Syria, Assad Allies Threaten To Respond To ‘Aggression’

IMG_0087The United States and Britain kave stepped up pressure on Russia to rein in Syrian President Bashar al-Assad, as Damascus’s allies vowed to respond to any “aggression” against Syria. U.S. Secretary of State Rex Tillerson said in an interview with ABC’s This Week program aired on April 9 that in meetings next week in Moscow, he will call upon the Russian government to live up to a 2013 agreement that was intended to strip Syria of its chemical-weapons stockpiles. “It agreed to be the guarantor of the elimination of the chemical weapons, and why Russia has not been able to achieve that is unclear to me,” said Tillerson, who is to meet with Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov on April 12………Read More

 

Malcolm Turnbull says al-Assad’s ‘war crimes’ disqualify him from future role in Syria

IMG_0080Malcolm Turnbull says president Bashar al-Assad’s “war crimes” disqualify him from any continuing role in Syria after the conflict ends. Turnbull on Saturday offered his second strong endorsement in as many days of the United States’ unilateral military strike on the Shayrat airbase near Homs, following a chemical weapons attack. He said Assad’s crimes meant he could play no further part in Syria after a political settlement is reached.“If President Assad hoped to have a continuing role after a political settlement, his criminal, horrendous actions, gassing his own people, women and children, babies … that surely disqualifies him for a continuing role,” Turnbull said….Read More

 

The Battle Of The Ages Has Begun

Shadow Government Ramping Up Efforts To Get Trump Into WW3

deepstategate8-701x330With America possibly closing in upon a nuclear war with Russia that could lead to the deaths of hundreds of millions of Americans (leaving up to or more than 90% of the US population dead within a year after the war began), based upon what many people strongly believe was some kind of a ‘false flag’ event in Syria, there’s never been an important time than now for the American people to speak up loudly and clearly and draw our own line in the sand. As we’re now witnessing in the mainstream media’s continually pushing of blame upon Syrian President Assad for the ‘gas attack’ in Syria without knowing all of the facts, the very same swamp that President Trump has pledged to drain has come back with a vengeance. And if Trump is now getting his ‘intelligence’ from the same ‘swamp scum’ who fed lies to Barack Obama, Americans and America are now in more danger than ever…….Read More

EU at odds with Trump administration over Assad’s role in Syria

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A mock cemetery set up by Save the Children in Brussels, as a reminder of the impact of six years of war on Syrian children. Photograph: Emmanuel Dunand/AFP/Getty Images

The EU has reasserted that Bashar al-Assad has no future in Syria, just days after the Trump administration said his departure was no longer a priority for settling the conflict. Federica Mogherini, the EU foreign policy chief, said after six and a half years of war it was completely unrealistic to believe that the future of Syria would be exactly the same as its past. The EU wanted “a meaningful and inclusive transition in Syria” open to Syrians from all backgrounds, she said. “It is for the Syrians to decide, but for all Syrians.”MThe French foreign minister, Jean-Marc Ayrault, was more specific: “France does not believe for an instant that this new Syria can be led by Assad.”…..Read More