The U.S. occupation of Syria is illegal and immoral

Secretary of State Rex Tillerson on Wednesday staked out the official U.S. policy in Syria and it turns out Donald Trump’s Syrian policy is a mirror image of Barack Obama’s.

According to Tillerson, the U.S. will occupy Syria until al-Qaida is vanquished, Iran is ousted, there is assurance all weapons of mass destruction are gone, Syrian refugees are able to return and Syrian President Bashar Assad is ousted.

I warned Personal Liberty readers six long years ago that the U.S. was out to factionalize Syria and either enthrone a puppet dictator or turn it into a dysfunctional rattrap. Syria is just the latest domino in the New World Order of perpetual war begun by Bush the Elder on behalf of Saudi Arabia, Israel and the U.S. petrodollar. The final domino is, of course, Iran.

Ten days after the attacks of 9/11, Gen. Wesley Clark went to the Pentagon to see Secretary of Defense Donald Rumsfield. While there, he spoke to a general who told him there would be an attack on Iraq. Six weeks later, that same general told Clark of a memo indicating there were plans to destroy the regimes of seven countries in five years (including Libya, Syria and Iran).

Those plans were formed many years before, Clark says, because it was then he recalled a 1991 meeting he had with then-Undersecretary for Defense Paul Wolfowitz who told him Operation Desert Storm had shown military brass that the United States could make war on anyone it pleased and that it was time clean up the old Soviet Mideast client states — including Syria and Iran — before another superpower came along. Wolfowitz said it would happen within 10 years.

That ambitious goal was missed, but the plan to destroy the Mideast continues apace. In 2016 the Center for American Security, a tentacle of the globalist beast that is the Council on Foreign Relations, released a report titled, “Extending American Power: Strategies to Expand U.S. Engagement in a Competitive World Order.”

The paper is as frightening as the title implies. It tells us “an extraordinary group of scholars, practitioners, and journalists” were brought together “to consider how a new administration should respond to the complex challenges confronting the United States and the established international order… [to fulfill] a mandate to examine the degree to which the United States can and should play a leadership role internationally, and with an eye toward policymaking (sic) in a new administration.”

In other words, Trump’s future foreign policy was created by the globalists before he ever took office. That’s why the Bush the Elder foreign policy was the Bill Clinton policy was the Bush the Lesser policy was the Obama policy is the Trump policy.

The perpetual war — the globalist’s and Bush’s New World Order — has two dominoes still to knock down. Syria is teetering and Iran is in the crosshairs.

The so-called Syrian rebels who began the war in Syria after the U.S./NATO-financed destruction of Libya was completed are al-Qaida – the same al-Qaida forces who fought against American troops in Afghanistan and Iraq and then fought on behalf of the U.S. in Libya. So U.S.-backed fighters are the al-Qaida Tillerson wants gone. They won’t leave as long as the U.S. is supporting them, and the U.S. will support them until Assad is ousted.

Iran has all but left Syria now that ISIS has been defeated there. And it was Russia, Syria and Iran that defeated ISIS, which was financed by the U.S. and its proxies.

Assad has already stated he has destroyed weapons of mass destruction, and Russia concurs. The chemical weapons used in Syria were not used by Syrian troops. They were deployed by the so-called rebels the U.S. supports as a false flag.

Syrian refugees cannot or will not return to the region as long as a war is going on and there is mass instability. Assad could stabilize his country – it was stable before the U.S.-backed rebels began the war – if the U.S.-backed rebels were defeated by the Syrian army or the U.S. (and its proxies) quit funding them.

So Tillerson has set up a scenario whereby the U.S. will be in Syria in perpetuity.

Americans have been brainwashed by constant fearmongering from government propagandists to believe there are terrorists under every rock who are driven by a desire to kill us because of our way of life. This is part of a massive disinformation campaign.

The American mission in the Middle East is not to defeat terrorism and establish democracy. It’s subjugation and global hegemony. America’s goal is to factionalize and destabilize the region for America’s benefit and the benefit of Saudi Arabia and Israel. These countries, along with Turkey, essentially own American government through bribes, cronyism, weapons purchases, etc.

The American military-industrial complex always has much to gain through a wider conflict – mass profits. The mainstream media love wars because of ratings. Notice how much they loved Trump for a few days after he rained Tomahawk missiles on a Russian base in Syria after the false flag chemical attack.

But the bottom line is the U.S. is in Syria illegally. Syria did not ask for America’s help in defeating ISIS, nor did it ask for the U.S. to spark a civil war in that country. The U.S. cannot even claim justification for the occupation via United Nations sanction. And it’s not America’s business who rules Syria.

And the U.S.-sparked civil war has led directly to the deaths of millions of women and children. The U.S. has much blood on its hands.

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