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Donald Trump Has Just Committed The United States To A Disastrous War In Syria

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Rumors of war are percolating in Washington D.C., and if the Trump administration is not extremely careful it may find itself fighting several disastrous wars simultaneously.  Just one day after threatening North Korea with war, Donald Trump has committed to taking military action against the Assad regime in Syria.  Trump is blaming the chemical attack in Syria’s Idlib province on Tuesday on the Syrian government, and he is pledging that the United States will not just sit by and do nothing in response.  Unfortunately for all of us, military contingents from Russia, Iran and Hezbollah are mixed in among the Syrian forces, and so any strike on the Syrian military could potentially spark World War 3.

In this article, I am going to share with you several quotes from President Trump and members of his team over the past couple of days, and if you read them carefully you will see that Trump has clearly painted himself into a corner.

This first quote comes from CNN, and it is a portion of Trump’s response when he was asked about the chemical attack in Syria by a reporter…

It crossed a lot of lines for me. When you kill innocent children, innocent babies … with a chemical gas that is so lethal that people were shocked to hear what gas it was, that crosses many, many lines — beyond a red line.

Trump has very harshly criticized Barack Obama in the past for doing nothing in Syria once Obama’s “red line” was crossed, and so for Trump to use the exact same phrase is very meaningful.  And in his remarks about this new chemical attack, Trump once again pointed the finger at Obama for making “a blank threat”

“I think the Obama administration had a great opportunity to solve this crisis a long time ago when he said the red line in the sand,” Trump said. “And when he didn’t cross that line after making the threat, I think that set us back a long ways not only in Syria, but in many other parts of the world, because it was a blank threat.”

But now that Trump has also accused Syria of crossing “a red line”, the only way that Trump can avoid the same kind of criticism that he was casting at Obama is to take military action.

White House spokesperson Sean Spicer underlined this point when he read a prepared statement to reporters during “an off-camera White House briefing”

Today’s chemical attack in Syria against innocent people, including women and children, is reprehensible and cannot be ignored by the civilized world. These heinous actions by the Bashar al-Assad regime are a consequence of the past administration’s weakness and irresolution. President Obama said in 2012 that he would establish a “red line” against the use of chemical weapons and then did nothing. The United States stands with our allies across the globe to condemn this intolerable act.

And UN Ambassador Nikki Haley made it crystal clear that the Trump administration was quite prepared to “take our own action” if the UN Security Council failed to address the chemical attack in Syria…

“When the UN consistently fails in its duty to act collectively, there are times in the life of states that we are compelled to take our own action,” she said.

Of course the UN Security Council is not going to condemn Syria, because Russia would veto any such resolution.

So the Trump administration is going to be faced with a choice.

Either they will back up their words and take military action in Syria (which would be totally disastrous), or they will be accused of making threats that turned out to be completely empty just like Obama did.

A much wiser approach would have been for the Trump administration to say that they were going to study this attack to determine who was behind it before pledging to take any action.  Because the truth is that previous “chemical attacks” that were blamed on the Assad regime have turned out to be false flags that were designed to draw the western powers into the war…

The U.N. thoroughly investigated the first 2013 attack. The U.N Commission of Inquiry’s Carla Del Ponte ultimately said the evidence indicated the attack was carried out by the Syrian rebels — not the Syrian government. Despite this, support for the Syrian rebels from the U.S. and its allies only increased, raising serious questions about Obama’s sincerity when condemning chemical attacks.

Pulitzer-Prize winning journalist Seymour Hersh found the second major attack was committed in a similar manner. Hersh found that the U.S. quite deliberately attempted to frame the evidence to justify a strike on Assad without even considering al-Nusra, a terror group with access to nerve agents that should have been a prime suspect.

And I have a feeling that this new attack is another false flag, because it wouldn’t make any sense for the Assad regime to use chemical weapons at this point.  Thanks to the assistance of Russia, Iran and Hezbollah, the Assad regime is winning the civil war, and the only thing that could possibly turn the tide now would be military intervention by the United States.

So if Assad did actually use chemical weapons against a bunch of defenseless citizens on Tuesday, it would have been the stupidest strategic move that he possibly could have made.

In any controversy such as this, you always want to ask one key question: Who benefits?

Of course the answer to that question in this case is exceedingly clear.  The radical Islamic rebels that are being backed by Saudi Arabia and Turkey will greatly benefit if they are able to draw the western powers into the war on their side.

But what would the U.S. have to gain by getting involved in such a war?

ISIS is almost totally defeated in Syria thanks to Russia, and most of the country has already been reduced to rubble at this point.  But if we did get involved a lot of Americans could end up dead, and as I will discuss in Part II of this series, there is a very real possibility that we could end up in a military conflict with Russia, Iran and Hezbollah.

Back in 2013, a much wiser Donald Trump tweeted the following

AGAIN, TO OUR VERY FOOLISH LEADER, DO NOT ATTACK SYRIA – IF YOU DO MANY VERY BAD THINGS WILL HAPPEN & FROM THAT FIGHT THE U.S. GETS NOTHING!

I could not have summed it up better myself.

Hopefully Donald Trump will take his own advice and will keep us out of a war that would be absolutely disastrous for our nation.

  • Bill

    Someone is painted into a corner with the downed armed fighter jet 10 miles from DC. Eye witness accounts tell the real story.

    • socalbeachdude

      The F-16C plane near Washington DC crashed due to mechanical problems which developed while it was on a test flight.

      Fighter jet crashes, narrowly misses homes in Pr. George’s County

      WASHINGTON DC — A National Guard fighter jet experienced mechanical problems just a few minutes after taking off from Joint Base Andrews and crashed before the pilot could return to the base Wednesday morning, guard officials said.

      The pilot, whose name was not released, was on a training mission with three other F-16 jets when the plane crashed, narrowly missing a cluster of homes off Temple Hill Road about 9:15 a.m. He was taken to the base for medical treatment of minor injuries and later released. The National Guard pilot, who has flown with 121st Fighter Squadron for about a year, was said to be in good spirits.

      http://wtop.com/prince-georges-county/2017/04/plane-southern-maryland/

  • Guest

    Senator John McCain probably ordered the chemical attack covertly.

    And I wouldn’t put it past him to order a nuclear hit on the United States as a false flag then go on Fox News and blame the Russians.

    I don’t buy any of this.

    And it’s scary that Trump doesn’t know what he is doing and is going along with this orchestrated farce.

    I thought he was his own man. Not even close.

    He has a big mouth. Can’t shut up. And is to engrossed with his own existence to understand any of this.

    We are so screwed.

    • David

      sounds like something insane Mcain would do. Those Terrorists um excuse me (Moderate Rebels) are bosom buddies with Mcain.

  • R.C. Gerber

    I agree. We must find out who did it (and we can) before making a false assumption and wasting our effort and resources. Not necessarily starting WW 3. WW 3 may be reserved for what we do about N. Korea.

    • GSOB

      Just a firecracker

  • Mark

    The reason for all calamity is very simple. Go look in the mirror and quit blaming everyone else. God is not mocked, we reap what we sow. Repent for your sins and turn to Jesus Christ, our ONLY hope.

  • Cinderella Man

    Who are you to judge or second guess anything? Being a president means having to make the tough calls. What do you want him to be a paper tiger like Obama treated the military? He inherited a terrible mess. If it’s a false flag where is your speculation or conspiracy theory? At least have something to go off of! We elected Trump because he is a strong man who commands respect from other nations of the world. I feel confident that he will figure this out. Why don’t you do a real article about how Obama spied on the Trump team for over a year? Now that’s a story. Bigger than Watergate. Susan Rice is going to jail. The deep state spy apparatus is being exposed.

    • GSOB

      You are light;
      keep pure then,
      shine far into the dark.
      And then other men,
      as already you,
      shall become light in the Lord.

      • SnodtBlossom

        there is no god

        • Mark

          You will find out when you die god, who is the real God….then it will be too late for you. REPENT!

          • SnodtBlossom

            nope

          • Ghoster

            כֵּן

          • Chappie

            Да

          • GSOB

            You do look better in purple

        • Ghoster

          יש בטוח

        • Chappie

          確かにある

  • RedPillPlease

    I don’t believe for a second that Assad is responsible. No one is that stupid, er … uh, except maybe a democrat.

    • Zlatko Milanovic

      …or you.

    • LIZ THE SHIZ

      Putin says the check’s in the mail Red Pill

  • socalbeachdude

    Trump Calls Syria Chemical Attack ‘Affront To Humanity’; ‘Cannot Be Tolerated’…

    Russia denies Assad to blame…

    https://ca.news.yahoo.com/russia-denies-assad-blame-chemical-attack-course-collision-090747126.html

    • GSOB

      Rah Rah Rah!

  • socalbeachdude

    There was no use of any chemical weapons by Assad or the Syrian government, and allegations of such are just more TOTAL LIES from the US unintillegence community.

    Nutter Haley Slams Russia Over Syria Chem Attack (Zero Proof) – Warns US May Take ‘Own Action’

    http://www.foxnews.com/politics/2017/04/05/haley-slams-russia-over-syrian-chemical-attack-warns-us-may-take-our-own-action.html

    • David

      finally something you & I can agree on.

      • Joe Trevors

        One of the main reasons I voted for Donald Trump was because he said he approved of Russia intervening to help stop Isis & to defend the legitimate government of Syria. Now he seems to be doing the opposite. Trump attacked Bush for lying about Iraq. It is probably a lie to blame Russia & Assad for using chemical weapons.

        • HE WILL NOT DIVIDE US

          Turmp is no diff than any other pres..they do what is told by their bosses

          • Craig Washington

            Exactly – This is one of many signs that he will turn out to be no different than Obama. These individuals putting their hope and faith in Trump will be let down very soon.

      • Louis Sartor

        I can’t believe that socalbeachdude and I agree on this as well….maybe the far left and far right really do have shared perspectives, at least when it comes to the neoconservatives and their love of war, any war, at any time, because it means major profits for the war contractors, who typically fund their think tanks and foundations.

        I know people who voted for Mr Trump because they thought he would be resistant to this.

    • Roger Smith

      We NEED to send a message here…..Let’s bomb another Doctor’s without borders hospital and then pretend like it’s an accident. Awesome!……or better yet, we could blame that on Assad too. Wow, I just thought of that on the fly….I wonder if there’s a job for me at the C.I.A.?

      • Joe Trevors

        How can President Trump rush to judgment against Russia & Syria so quickly for using chemical weapons just because of accusations? When lie after lie comes out against Trump? It is the same accusation Hillary Clinton used to have Syria bombed to start the war? It now seems Trump is doing what I feared Clinton would do if she were elected!

        • Traylor Jones

          Trump and Clinton aren’t really that different. He and the republicans just use different means to achieve the same goals the Democrats work towards. During this relative calm this country is experiencing we all better use this time to do some research and get right with God. These government lies and foolishness will be turned on the american people before too much longer.

      • Lennie Pike

        Either there or Mossad – no difference. You won’t be working for real Jews though if that’s what you were expecting.

        • LIZ THE SHIZ

          I like your posts on Zero Hedge too Lennie ??

          • Lennie Pike

            That’s the major league – tried posting there twice – the first was a funny which they liked, but I was ostracized for the second – not because of substance, but only due to my simple and crude style. I hink you need an advanced college degree and high I.Q. to be accepted there instead of average intelligence and from the school of hard knocks.

            I didn’t want to be their snot or socaldude.

          • Lennie Pike

            But still I visit Zerohedge about everyday. Great source of true news and opinions from freedom lovers and lovers of the truth with very insightful commentators.

          • Lennie Pike

            Which translates into the two aforementioned having no education whatsoever and much lower than average I.Q’s.

            At least Socaldude seems to be a nice guy – except for the interntional lies concerning the fed.

    • Rick

      I cannot help but agree with you. I gave you a well deserved up mark for it.

    • Mark

      I agree 100%.

    • The Real Farmer

      Dude shush up! You have no idea what you are talking about. So all the intelligence the Pentagon received is wrong, and YOU know better?

  • socalbeachdude
  • socalbeachdude

    Russia – UN Res On Chem Weapons In Syria ‘Unacceptable’

    https://sputniknews.com/politics/201702271051077106-russia-syria-chemical-weapons/

  • put up or STHU time

    trump ran on “all talk and no action”well he talk the talk will he walk the walk?obammy had no credibility so no one cared what he spouted out,trump is all bout credibility it’s what he ran his entire campaign on

  • socalbeachdude

    China – Far Too Early Fix Blame For Syria Chemical Attack

    https://sputniknews.com/politics/201702281051131588-syria-chemical-weapons-china-unsc/

  • James Staten

    I am not going to say this to pat myself on the back, but for the Lord’s sake. You must wake up. Approximately twelve years ago my wife and I ran a small Christian ministry. We had a DVD put together from another ministries videos that dealt with Russia, Iran, Syria and Israel. We bought a duplicating machine and gave these away like pancakes. Most people would look at me like I was a nut. It’s Front Page News today. Bibi spoke I believe yesterday and told the world they had better remove these weapons from Assad. Isaiah 17 and Jeremiah 49 were both written approx. 500-600 years before Christ. Damascus will cease from being a city. It is the oldest continually inhabited city in the world approx 5,000 yrs old, and many scholars believe when it is destroyed, perhaps over night? Scripture seems to indicate that Israel will get the blame as always…literally what have those Jews done now. This would then start the dominoes perhaps for Russia and Iran to attack Israel. Ezekiel 38-39. Iran is listed as Persia in Ezekiel 38:5..she changed her name in about 1935 from Persia to Iran…This is the short version. Regardless your only hope is 1 Corinthians 15:1-4…The Gospel is Good News. Jesus is Coming

    • socalbeachdude

      Russia has no interest whatsoever in “attacking” Israel in any manner and is a friend of the State of Israel. Many Jewish folks in Israel migrated there from Russia and have Russian families and backgrounds.

      • LIZ THE SHIZ

        yes and a lot of them are former Russian nuclear scientists who took Russia’s most secret technology with them

    • SnodtBlossom

      there is no god

      • Mark

        There is a God and He created you so why do you continue to want to waste your life acting like you are a god. Give it up. Your not a god, except in your own mind.

        • SnodtBlossom

          no, there isn’t

          • GSOB

            Romans 4:17

          • Chappie

            ESAD!!! Bwahahahahahahaha!!!!!

      • Mark

        One thing is for sure. If I am wrong, and there is no God, than I have lost nothing, But if I am right and there is a God, you have lost everything. Are you willing to take that chance? Only and idiot (fool) can look at the proof all around them and still deny His existence.
        Time to put away your sense and reason, intellect and intelligence and become child like, believing the Truth, Jesus Christ. God so loved the world that He gave His only begotten Son, that whoever believes in Him will have eternal life. The choice is yours.
        The so smart, the smarter than God, are so ignorant that they act like a god and try to tell everyone else, there is no god. Get a life!

        • SnodtBlossom

          chicken

          • GSOB

            Romans 14:17

          • Chappie

            mierda

      • James Staten

        Three things come to mind. Ignorance is not bliss, sometimes what’s written on white paper with black ink means exactly what it says, and I declare unto you the Gospel…Good News. Snottly, you born a sinner, and unless you believe this Gospel, you will die a sinner. The Remedy 1st Corinthians 15:1-4

        • SnodtBlossom

          All babies are totally innocent non-sinners

          • James Staten

            Well I don’t believe you fall into that category, and babies would be a different discussion.

      • GSOB

        He is good.
        Eating, multiplying and defecating are an
        enjoyment.

        • LIZ THE SHIZ

          ah the simple things in life are the best but Snodt would put them in a different order

          • SnodtBlossom

            yes Liz, just because it’s easy for you to buy your women off Craig’s list doesn’t make it a good thing

        • SnodtBlossom

          Spoken like the celibate geezer we know you are gsob

          • GSOB

            It boosts (non-sexual) intimacy.

      • Ghoster

        כן יש

      • Chappie

        כן יש

      • sister soldier

        Still at it Sunny….. Help her Jesus.

    • Mark

      Finally! Someone who has common sense! What is so difficult to understand. We were born sinners. The wages of sin is eternal death. That is what we all deserve. The free gift of God is eternal life through Christ Jesus. If anyone believes in Him in their heart and confesses Him with their mouth they will be saved from eternal damnation. You have the right to believe and say anything you want but the truth is the Truth whether your pea brains believe it or not. God will not be mocked by the intellectual, intelligent community of sense and reason. God has poured out His love and grace to all of mankind and will accept any person who humbles themselves before Him, right now. Make no mistake about it. Those who refuse and reject His sacrifice for our sins on the cross, will suffer eternal separation from God in hell. Today is the day of your Salvation. Who will you choose?

      • James Staten

        Mark, Amen…Keep Looking Up

  • socalbeachdude

    MORE BOILED RICE!!!

    Rice denies leaking Trump names in intercepts…

    Growing calls for her to testify under oath…

    CNN Instructs Viewers to Ignore Story…

    MSNBC: Controversy Racist and Sexist…

    http://www.foxnews.com/politics/2017/04/04/susan-rice-defiant-amid-growing-calls-for-her-to-testify-under-oath.html

    • Lennie Pike

      Misdirection to divert attention from what really matters and which is unfolding in foreign affairs and in the collapsed western financial system. THERE ARE NOT TWO SIDES!!! Westerners must be fooled into thinking that “their” governments consist of two philosophically diametrically opposing sides so to buy more time so that world goverment can be otally implemented. WTFU!!!!!!

      Control fiat money and control everything – and “they” want a world currency to be used by all who will accept it.

  • socalbeachdude

    Trump Team Takes Steps to Keep Chinese From Westinghouse Nuclear Reactor Business

    The Trump administration is so alarmed that Chinese investors may try to purchase Westinghouse Electric Co.’s nuclear business that U.S. officials are trying to find an American or allied buyer for the company instead, two people familiar with the matter said.

    Cabinet members including Energy Secretary Rick Perry and Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin have discussed preventing Westinghouse’s purchase by a Chinese-linked company, three U.S. officials said.

    For years, Chinese entities have been interested in the nuclear reactor builder, and the company has been a repeated target of Chinese espionage. Westinghouse filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection on March 29 and its parent company Toshiba Corp. is seeking a buyer for its money-losing reactor business.

    https://www.bloomberg.com/politics/articles/2017-04-04/trump-officials-alarmed-chinese-may-bid-for-westinghouse-unit

  • John Francis

    I hope Trump doesn’t let the Neocons lead him around the nose. I voted for Trump. God give him wisdom and discernment at this time.

    • Joe Trevors

      Amen! President Trump needs proof, not just accusation from NATO allies like Great Britain. I suspect it was Isis or Israel or Turkey or Saudi Arabia more likely because they want Assad & Syria destroyed.

      • Horiboyable .

        It will be the Saudi’s. This war was start because they wanted to put gas pipelines through Syria into Europe to halt Putin’s strangle hold on European gas. Assad said no, well the rest is history playing out now.

      • John Francis

        Spot on!

    • Zlatko Milanovic

      Oh, how foolish of you…what did you think was gonna happen?

      • Meccaisbabylonthegreat

        We all knew it…. We were just holding out for that, “maybe…”

      • John Francis

        Foolish of me? I don’t have the slightest regret! I’m proud of Trump on the world stage!

    • LIZ THE SHIZ

      too late,

      • John Francis

        Too late? Not at all. I love Trump! He’s in there fighting every day for those who elected him, I’ve never seen a harder working president. Every day he is exposing more what a con-man and farce Obama was.

        • LIZ THE SHIZ

          look around you, it’s never going to change , it never was the world was set up in 1945 to be a globalist corporatocracy

  • socalbeachdude

    The evil deranged bellicose warmongering neocons have been trying to start a war with Syria for years to depose President Bashir al-Assad complete with all sorts of FALSE FLAGS, LIE, ABSURD BOGUS ACCUSATIONS over “chemical weapons” and the like and have totally failed just like they will fail once again in that endeavor with their current lies about Syria and Assad.

    Flashback to 2013…

    Brzezinski: ‘Global Political Awakening’ Making Syrian War Difficult

    http://www.storyleak.com/brzezinski-global-political-awakening-making-syrian-war-difficult/

    • Joe Trevors

      Yes, I believe that it was more likely some of the same conspirators who masterminded the World Trade Center bombings who organized a chemical attack on the poor people in Syria & then blame Russia & Assad. Just as you say in comment “warmongering neocons” for the one world government or new world order. It is their agenda & I fear Trump may be deceived to conspire with them even though he said the opposite when running for president. I believed him. I think President Trump is blindly following Israel also. It seems Israel wants the new world order also.

      • Lennie Pike

        Yeah they want it – since they’ll be in charge. Nazi Germany in reverse including execution chambers for anyone who will not pledge allegiance to the world goverment and it’s leader who will not be a follwer of the God of the Real Jewish People.

        • MorningDew Reynolds

          Ultimately it is the Vatican/Babylon who pulls all the strings and rules the world with wars. They even rule the “Jews” and Muslims.
          The unholy Roman Authority has a history going back 1700 years of controlling the “rulers” of the world. They even put the Rothchilds in charge of the banking cartels.
          All roads (and evidence & money) truly DO lead to Rome.
          It is Rome that is working to unify the whole world behind the NWO and the one world/universal religion.
          Kings, queens, presidents, prime ministers, etc. have been bowing to the will of the papacy for almost 2 millennia. What makes anyone think they are going to stop now when they are so close to achieving their goals?

      • SnodtBlossom

        I believe it was rogue henchmen who chose to do their own bidding.

    • CASTIEL

      They did the same with Saddam….but now is different, the russians are there, they can bark what they want, its irrelevant.

  • GSOB

    Pipeline…related.
    Syria is center of a competing effort by Sunni Islamic kingdoms and western nations to pump cheap middle east gas supplies to Europe and beyond.
    Ah… that precious oil…
    America has to protect her best interest.
    Don’t trust Russia.

  • GSOB

    Of course,
    ………..all of this is mere propaganda,
    as the U.S. has long planned
    to topple Syria.

  • GSOB

    Russia eyes profits of bringing Iranian oil and gas online for Europe. What’s going on in Syria is really about controlling the flow of energy resources within the region.

    • GoldenGirl

      Exactly right.

  • GSOB

    Russia and Iran has opposed intervention into Syria.

  • GSOB

    Assad’s mistake was to reject
    the Arab pipeline in for the Iran-Iraq-Syria pipeline……

  • James Staten
  • GSOB

    Who has the largest natural gas reserves in the world?

  • GSOB

    What country has the second largest natural gas reserves in the world? Hey socalbeachhead… you connecting the dots here?

  • NARENDRA MODI KING of WORLD

    Not to worry, remember NARENDRA MODI will come to the aid of trump

  • GSOB

    Russia’s alliance with Syria has much more to do with Iranian gas Mr. Putin wants to flow into Syria.

  • GSOB

    The U.S. Dollar is issued and loaned to the United States government by the Federal Reserve.

  • GSOB

    Fiat currency is backed up only by decree…..

  • GSOB

    128 tril of unfunded obligations and liabilities……is it any wonder?

  • Midwest Values

    Save your powder for North Korea. Forget Syria.

    • GSOB

      Smoke screen for the smoker screens.

  • GSOB

    A fiat dollar that’s a debt instrument and an entire global economy built on it… WOW

  • GSOB

    Saudi Arabia is the best friend of the USA, not Israel.

    • Gay Veteran

      Saudi Arabia?
      bilge

  • David

    just like last time it was the US Backed Terrorists that are fighting Assad & Gladly accepting America’s Tax Dollars & weapons. I really hope Trump can see through the crap our Deep State is involved in.

  • Cinderella Man

    M i c h a e l h a s t h i n s k i n

    • Spatial Memory

      No surprise there after markets have skinned his predictions alive.

  • Cinderella Man

    S t o p c e n s o r i n g people’s posts

  • Cinderella Man

    M i c h a e l c e n s o r s anyone who dosent buy his f e a r p o r n

  • Mark

    Jesus Christ, the Way, the Truth and the Life. No one comes to the Father except by Me.

    • mtntrek3

      Amen, brother.

  • Marc

    Will the USA be the country that destroys Damascus completely?

    • Lennie Pike

      Well, there’s not much left of it as we speak

      • Marc

        Hi Lennie – are you able to say what percentage of it is gone? I am asking respectfully and out of curiosity. I am sure you know why I am asking. I have seen drone footage of the destruction but it has not been reduced to a ‘pile of dust and rubble’ as yet

  • mtntrek3

    Jesus in Matthew chapter 24 tells us what is going on. We need to place our faith in Him as our Savior. The world as we know it has little time left. Christ has the Words of eternal life. He is the Way. : ) Concerned for all of us. Chris.

  • chris

    Well it seems that the swamp has indeed drained Trump and not the other way round. This guy is becoming a warmongering disaster of a president. Was everything he ran on in the election and before a lie? Has he become the swamp?

    • SnodtBlossom

      I told the board that T.Rump would be the first to drag us into wars.. non-experienced..unproven..t.rump

  • Spatial Memory

    Avatar
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    3 minutes ago
    Hold on, this is waiting to be approved by The Economic Collapse.
    The 1928 Red Line Agreement
    Introduction

    The 1928 Group Agreement (better known as the “Red Line” Agreement) was a deal struck between several American, British, and French oil companies concerning the oil resources within territories that formerly comprised the Ottoman Empire within the Middle East. The origins of the Red Line Agreement can be traced back to the initial formation of the Turkish Petroleum Company (TPC) in 1912.

    The TPC was formed as a joint venture between Royal Dutch/Shell, the Deutsche Bank, and the Turkish National Bank, in order to promote oil exploration and production within the Ottoman Empire. In March 1914, however, the British Government, which controlled the Turkish National Bank, managed to have its shares within the TPC transferred to the Anglo-Persian Oil Company. The following June, the Ottoman Grand Vizier promised an oil concession to the reconstituted TPC to develop oil fields within the Ottoman provinces of Baghdad and Mosul.

    Seven Sisters

    During World War I, the Allies expropriated Deutsche Bank’s share in the TPC and transferred them to the French Government during the San Remo Conference of 1920. At the time, Royal Dutch/Shell hoped that it could purchase the French Government’s shares so as to balance out Anglo-Persian’s 50% stake within the TPC. Prime Minister Raymond Poincaré of France, however, brushed aside any such suggestions, since he was determined to create an independent French oil company that could compete with major British and American oil companies, which became known collectively as the seven sisters. The seven sisters were the Standard Oil Company of New Jersey (later Exxon), the Standard Oil Company of New York (Socony, later Mobil, which eventually merged with Exxon), the Standard Oil Company of California (Socal, later renamed Chevron), the Texas Oil Company (later renamed Texaco), Gulf Oil (which later merged with Chevron), Anglo-Persian (later British Petroleum), and Royal Dutch/Shell.

    The San Remo Oil Agreement excluded American oil companies from participation in the TPC. This fact provoked strong protests from both American oil companies, who feared that the Europeans would deny them access to foreign oil sources and dump cheap Middle Eastern oil on the world market, and the U.S. Department of State, which opposed any attempts by foreign governments and businesses to discriminate against American firms in their search for new markets and business opportunities. In order to discourage the Europeans from treating American oil companies unfairly, the U.S. Congress passed the Mineral Leasing Act in February of 1920, which denied drilling rights on publicly-owned land in the United States to any foreign company whose parent government discriminated against American businesses. Neither the British nor the U.S. Government, however, wished to jeopardize relations over the issue. In 1928, the TPC was reorganized to include the Near East Development Corporation, an American oil syndicate that included Jersey Standard, Socony, Gulf Oil, the Pan-American Petroleum and Transport Company, and Atlantic Refining (later Arco). Jersey Standard and Socony later assumed total control over the NEDC after they bought out their partners during the 1930s.

    Signing the Red Line Agreement

    On July 31, 1928, following the discovery of an immense oil field in Iraq and TPC negotiating regarding the division of crude oil output between the partners, representatives from the Anglo-Persian, Royal Dutch/Shell, the Compagnie Française des Pétroles (CFP, later Total), and the Near East Development Corporation signed the Red Line Agreement in Ostend, Belgium. Under the terms of the agreement, each of the four parties received a 23.75% share of all the crude oil produced by TPC, which was allowed to operate anywhere in the Middle East between the Suez Canal and Iran, with the exception of Kuwait. The remaining 5% share went to Calouste Gulbenkian, an Armenian businessman who was a partial stakeholder within the TPC. The most important feature of the Red Line Agreement, however, was its ‘self-denying’ clause. It stipulated that the participating companies would agree not to develop oilfields within the territory comprising the TPC unless they secured the support of the other members.

    The deal became known as the Red Line agreement because, supposedly, during the negotiations between TPC members, none of the participants was exactly certain of the pre-war boundaries of the Ottoman Empire. Consequently, during one of the final meetings, Gulbenkian drew the boundaries from memory on a map of the Middle East with a red pencil. In fact, the question had been resolved well before, during negotiations between the British and French foreign ministries. Nevertheless, the name stuck.

    The Red Line Agreement proved to be a difficult arrangement, since it could not keep non-member companies from seeking concessions within the area covered by the TPC (which was renamed the Iraqi Petroleum Company in 1929). In 1928, Socal secured a concession to search for oil in Bahrain and, in 1933, they managed to gain another concession from the Saudi Government that encompassed the province of al-Hasa. In 1936, the Texas Oil Company purchased a 50% share within the California Arabian Standard Oil Company (the Saudi subsidiary of Socal, which was renamed Aramco in 1944) in order to further develop Socal’s concession within Saudi Arabia.

    In 1946, Socal and Texaco invited Jersey Standard and Socony to join them as partners in Aramco, but the latter two were barred from doing so under the terms of the Red Line Agreement unless they invited the other members of the TPC to join them. Consequently, Jersey Standard and Socony joined the U.S. Government in pressuring the other members of the IPC to abrogate the terms of the Red Line Agreement. Although the French Government and Gulbenkian protested, both had withdrawn their objections by November 1948, in exchange for a greater share of the output of the IPC, whose boundaries were now redrawn to exclude Saudi Arabia, Yemen, Bahrain, Egypt, Israel, and the western-half of Jordan

    • mtntrek3

      Oil. Greed. ……. There are atrocities happening all around the globe. The main concern is in countries with what the rest of the world wants. Sad.

      • Spatial Memory

        Innocent victims of imperialism = off the charts sad. 🙁

        • mtntrek3

          Capitalism is the best way, until morals and ethics are thrown out the door. Then, it’s dog eat dog. Fairness and justice must take precedence. Otherwise…… . Sadly corruption tends to rule what is left of our society.

          • Meccaisbabylonthegreat

            Of which…. there may not be much left soon.

    • GSOB

      Source?

      • Spatial Memory

        ROFL

  • Spatial Memory

    QQQ 131.34 = MOST SIGNIFICANT technical analysis level – “17 confluences ‘line'”

    Jmho:)

  • Spatial Memory

    TMV BTFD ?? 🙂

  • chilller

    Trump is posturing…a little psychological warfare. Kim runs around like a spoiled brad with his head ready to explode any moment…imagine what a legitimate threat will do to his fat, empty, mellon……”POOF”

  • XSANDIEGOCA

    One War at a time, please.

    • GSOB

      New Currency Order 1

  • Cinderella Man

    Not making a decision is a biiiiiiggg decision!!! – Negan. A certain someone whether he likes it or not a senator came on the news last night and said their intelligence showed a fixed wing aircraft committed this attack. So whether it was a Russian or Assad regime it was not a certain someone’s assumption that it’s a f a l s e f l a g. Its pretty bad I have to resort to these methods because a certain someone has discus put a comment into approval mode whenever a certain someone is challenged by rationale and facts. A certain someone likes to control the narrative and free thought is not allowed. Sorry but in the real world real leaders deal wiith dangerous threats. You can’t pray away danger. You have to pray for the wisdom to fight it. And sorry certain someone instead of judging President Trump try praying for the man he has a lot on his plate. He’s fighting foreign and domestic enemies right now.

    • chris

      Facts? A fixed wing aircraft committed this attack? That isn’t even a fact. A fixed wing aircraft may have bombed that area but it’s not a FACT that this aircraft used nerve agent in the bombing, unless of course you know something that most of the rest of the world doesn’t, which you don’t. So go and visit your own back channel…

  • Lennie Pike

    Again – Russia must be overthrown and soon. The prevention of the Dollar collapse can not continue much longer. Yes I’m talkin to you Trump Chumps. Control the fiat money – control everything – except for Russia.

    And if someone is uncontrollable – let the consequences be made painfully clear to them.

    Of course it is the west that is responsible for the chemical attack – just like the first chemical attack.

    Wake up America and see that the synagogue of satan totally controls you.

    • Lennie Pike

      What a 180 Trump made with his ME policy and attitude toward Russia huh?

      Fire must be fought with fire – the synagogue of satan will only be kicked out of the U.S. pitchforks and torches style.

  • Zlatko Milanovic

    Well, what did you expect from Insane Clown President? You foolish Republican voters thought you were going to get good government and level headed leadership? Laughable! Now we all suffer for your stupidity. Better start digging that bomb shelter…

  • Cal

    Another undeclared Asian land war to contend with. What else is new? I noticed these undeclared Asian land wards with American participation are getting closer and closer to Israel. Starting with far off Korea in 1950 and moving westward right to the doorstep of the Jewish state. Oh I forgot we did have American troops in Lebanon again no declaration of war in 1958, 1982 & 1983. I think they were called peacekeepers…the all time oxymoron when associated with the Middle East.

  • A.S.

    I don’t think Assad did it. He needs to stay in power. Just like getting rid of Qaddafi and Sadam Hussein, it caused a vacuum that let in more problems than ever imagined. The U.S. needs to protect Assad and his government. Get rid of the revolters, they are the problem.

  • Carl

    Yes it is a false flag brought to you by your very own US government and the CIA.

  • Carl

    Think about the millions that have been slaughtered both civilian and
    soldier in wars throughout the ages. All had hopes, dreams, simple
    ambitions or desires that every single person on this message board can
    relate to.

    Empires and conquest require blood. Keeping your status
    as a super power in this world demands it. Even in life we are forced
    to constantly keep reinventing ourselves or else we become obsolete and
    no longer able to compete to a decent home for ourselves and our
    families.

    It is tiring. To have to keep trying to keep up and get
    by. To always have to gain by someone else losing. And someone is always
    losing even if you don’t see it or pretend not to see it.

    We are
    divided by labels. Democrat, republican, liberal, conservative,
    straight, gay, christian, muslim, main stream media believers,
    alternative news worshippers. All fighting an invisible power when we
    should all be turning to each other for help not taking sides.

  • Rick

    I cannot help but agree with you. I gave you an up mark for it.

  • GSOB

    This decade may be the last for the Petrodollar.

  • Rick

    Another thought. All of this started under Obama and Sec of State Hillary. Why aren’t they behind bars for this and a zillion other crimes? And throw in half of his administration or more, and a few congressman and appointees like The former IRS Director, maybe Holder and Lynch. They should all be detained under the Obama expanded NDAA where American Citizens can be detained indefinitely without charges, and without legal representation. Maybe we should be using some of his BS laws and policies against him now. Wouldn’t that be sweet payback?

  • wahoojed

    It’s so hard for us as citizens to really know what goes on behind closed doors. We really can’t be sure of the intelligence that governments have. One thing I have confidence in, is that Trump is totally in-line with the military. And if anything should be done, Trump will probably do it right. You couldn’t say that about Obama. He was nothing more than a spineless whimp.

  • David

    The American people are not stupid. we know our wishy-washy politicians like to play both sides of the fence. on one hand they tell us ISIS is our sworn enemy and must be defeated while on the other hand neocons like Mcain & Graham are giving away American Tax Dollars & weapons to these Terrorists, um excuse me (Moderate Rebels). I am not positive they are giving them weapons but it looks awful damn suspicious when these Terrorists are found Dead with American weaponry on their bodies.we know for a fact that Saudi Arabia are giving them support the Americans are trying to be discreet about it but American Backstabbers in DC whom should be hung for Treason are giving them support behind the scenes while showing Russia ” our hands are clean!” Traitors, all of them!

  • GSOB

    The dollar will have to step back and we are seeing a global realignment.

    The problem for the US will be to manage the transition.

  • GSOB

    When the dollar loses its current status,
    long term price rises will become the norm.

  • David

    here is something I just thought of:
    Several years ago America under our worthless leader Obama sent warships to the shores of Syria ready to blow them to kingdom com because Assad was accused of using chemical weapons against his own population. It was later revealed it was the rebels I mean Terrorists that unleashed chemical warfare against Assad’s people, not Assad. anyways Russia came up with a plan to defuse the tensions by proclaiming if Assad gave up his stockpile of Chemical weapons then Obama should back down in which he ultimately did. if Assad did give up his stockpile of chemical weapons then what the hell does Assad possess to unleash on his own people if Assad no longer has any Chemical weapons?

  • jerrytbg

    All this BS over a pipeline… nothing but greed is driving this…

    • GSOB

      Genesis 1:26-28

  • GSOB
  • Carl

    Blood must be spilled with every president. Is there any US presidents that have not had to spill blood?

    • Carl

      I was referring to wars and the blood these presidents have spilled under their time in office. It is almost like a right of passage. There has never been a decade of peace. Never a decade without death from war.

      All the presidents have participated in this ritual except Garfield who was only officially in office for 100 days – though he participated in the civil war.

      Think about the millions of people who died in these wars both Civilian and Soldier. All the blood. If it was never washed away our planet would be saturated in it.

      Our rivers, lakes, oceans would be red and not blue.

      But the soil soaks up history and along with it the dead and the reminders of what was done in the name of progress, in the name of freedom, in the name of democracy, in the name of god.

      We cover the ground with concrete and houses but we are still walking on the remains of the dead.

  • J.j. Cintia

    If you like your War you can keep it. Americans don’t give a hang about global villages and “human rice” anymore skippy. Take your plastic rattles elsewhere. They can talk WMDs til Hell freezes over, but they don’t have the troops and no one cares about media hysteria anymore. So Bush League.

    We are not amused. Fire somebody or get off the stage you bum.

  • LIZ THE SHIZ

    this article sounds like somebodies getting paid by Putin hmmmmmmmmmm?????

    • Gay Veteran

      get a clue

  • Alberto Francis

    The following is from Volume 2, chapter 22,
    “Why Democratic Nations Naturally Desire Peace and Democratic Armies, War”, 18th paragraph, in Alexis de Tocqueville book, Democracy in America:

    “No protracted war can fail to endanger the freedom of a democratic country. Not indeed that after every victory it is to be apprehended that the victorious generals will possess themselves by force of the supreme power, after the manner of Sulla and Caesar; the danger is of another kind. War does not always give over democratic communities to military government, but it must invariably and immeasurably increase the powers of civil government; it must almost compulsorily concentrate the direction of all men and the management of all things in the hands of the administration. If it does not lead to despotism by sudden violence, it prepares men for it more gently by their habits. All those who seek to destroy the liberties of a democratic nation ought to know that war is the surest and the shortest means to accomplish it. This is the first axiom of the science.”

  • Ideas Time

    Hopefully Trump will get thousands of tweets telling him no on Assad and that this is an obvious false flag.

  • Ideas Time

    This event was also likely done to take attention off all of the other stories that were in play like the bridge, Rice and all the Gates.

  • Ideas Time

    The surest way to spot a false flag is all the war mongering attention it gets. They rarely report on other bombings and killing going on as they are not designed to divert attention or push an agenda.

    • Lennie Pike

      Nice!

  • Richard O. Mann

    Interesting turn of events. Trump may be the one who kicks off WW3. Mean while, North Korea keeps testing missiles and war heads. Things are getting intense.

    • Lennie Pike

      It’s gotten to the point where I’d have to see those North Korea missle tests with my own eyes unfortunately.

  • chris

    Well this has certainly diverted attention away from the 200 + civilians bombed to death by the USA a week ago in Mosul, Iraq. Very convenient. Why don’t we see pics of these dead children shown to the USA at the UN Security council?

  • alan

    Well its looking like an Obama third term to me.
    Sadly fooling around in Syria puts us face to face with Russia. Fooling around in North Korea puts us face to face with Red China. I don’t really see anything good coming out of either of these distractions. Yes it makes headlines for a day or two, but the economy continues to sink every day. The swamp isn’t drained, Obama care isn’t going away, oh well.

  • dsfafwe

    Hi everyone, i have bveen secretly controling the world fpr the last few weeks. i try to stop wars and terrible stuff, ut sometimes leaders do not listen to me, .

    Dont worry, im not going to harm anyone, i use my power to get everythiong i want for free

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  • Stan

    It seems like they are actively looking for somebody to blame on for the market drop that’s gonna happen sooner or later. And they are using always the same pattern.

  • infidelijtihad

    As I understand, the US is already engaged in disastrous wars all over the world.

  • Carl

    I was referring to the wars and the blood on ALL our former presidents hands. Plus the hands of members of congress.

    • GSOB

      Job 5:6-8

      • Carl

        And your point? It always amazes me that people think they have a relationship with a being that never answers them (the voice you hear in your head don’t count).

        • GSOB

          Christ is the point. You need Christ as life

          • Carl

            For what? God is impotent on this planet. Call it unable or unwilling it is still impotency.

          • GSOB

            All the fullness of God dwells in Christ and Christ is the Spirit. All the riches of God’s grace is in Christ. Christ is the centrality & universality of God’s economy.
            Look at Isaiah 9:6

  • SnodtBlossom

    black is black.. I want my avatar back

    • Chappie

      There is no black.

  • tacoma

    But of course the world knows now Trump ordered unilaterally 60-cruise missile attack on Syria.

    Trump cries croc tears about children being hurt by chemicals. The hundreds of women and children killed by U.S. ‘mistaken’ air strikes in Syria over the years is ‘innocent’.

    In any case, chemicals being used in Syria (and we talking a tiny bit) is not against the U.S. Therefore Trump attack on Syria is unprovoked, not authorized by UN Security Council and illegal. Syria may now attack the U.S. with legitimacy. Will Syria and its allies declare war on the U.S., an act in full compliance to law of self-defense?

    The U.S. have acted with military impunity around the world, many wars and battles, since WW2. This is the role that earned it ‘policeman of the world’. It alone decides who, why, how. From small central America states, Caribbean island, all the way to 15-year Vietnam War and outright Iraq invasion based on lies. Actually there is no need for lies or excuses. Presidents and Pentagon believe they can war on anybody for any reason. Entire political and military class grew up with this attitude – that only the U.S. military can do as it pleases.

    Use of chemical weapons is banned by the UN Convention. It is up to the UN Security Council to decide action. Trump says the UN is useless and he alone decide for the UN. He says in effect America alone is police, judge and jury of 7.5 billion people of the world. In fact Trump did not even bother to consult with NATO. Therefore will he get NATO support is the war is enlarged?

    But why Syria? Simple. It’s part of Neocon strategy to conquer a swat of countries in the Middle East – from Afghanistan, Iran to Syria. To encircle Russia, to protect Israel, to mess up Islam, and to exploit for profit. Imagine an American military circular band from Pakistan to Syria, then link up with NATO to Finland, unbroken. A perfect encirclement of Russia, ready for destruction at a push of a button. Syria is a hole in this band the Neocon want to fill. American global domination is not wet talk – it is real wet dream filled with blood. Turns out Trump is Neocon wildest dream come true.

    The world now awaits the response, the reactions, the retaliations, if any. If other big powers believe American Impunity must stop, we will have WW3. If they do nothing, we will also have WW3.

  • Brian David Andersen

    The gas attack was as fake as Hillary & Bill promoting they have a monogamous relationship

    Does anyone have solid proof the missiles were fired? Does
    anyone have solid proof the missiles hit the stated targets?

    When they show bombed out debris, does anyone have proof the
    destruction was caused by the missiles supposedly launched related to Trump’s announcement?

    Journalism has no proof or truth in the New World Order because real journalism does not exist in the New World Order

  • The Real Farmer

    Trump has not committed to any war. There are already many troops in the ME. Go look at the pictures of the dead kids, what do you think the UN will do? Talk about it, say of we don’t support this. We have a President that took action and made it clear he was not having it. Seems there are lot of pantie waist around here. You all preppers? You ready to deal with hard core people coming your way after SHTFD arrives? Or maybe you plan to condemn their actions.

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