In March 2007, retired Four-Star General Wesley Clark alluded to the now-infamous classified memo which detailed how U.S. Deep State neoconservatives planned to take out "seven countries in five years."

The game plan started with Iraq, followed by Syria, Lebanon, Libya, Somalia, Sudan and "finishing off, Iran," Clark said during an interview with Democracy Now.

The casus belli for the U.S. invasion of Iraq in 2003 was Saddam Hussein's "weapons of mass destruction."

In April 2017, it's those weapons of mass destruction all over again -- this time, in Syria, second on the hit list for regime-change.

The justification for a likely U.S. invasion of Syria is the deadly sarin gas attack last week that the U.S. government has promptly blamed on Syrian president Bashar al-Assad.

A grave looking U.S. Ambassador Nikki Haley went before the UN Security Council on Wednesday promising to "take our own action" if the UN fails to move against the Assad government.

“Men, women, the elderly, and children gasping for their very last breath,” Haley said as she displayed photos of dead children. “And as first responders, doctors, and nurses rushed to help the victims, a second round of bombs rained down. They died in the same slow, horrendous manner as the civilians they were trying to save.”

Haley then stared down the Russian ambassador and said: “How many more children have to die before Russia cares?”

Ambassador Haley, how many more Iraqi children have to die before Washington cares? Have you forgotten the more than 100 civilians who were killed in a recent U.S.-led bombing raid on Mosul?

Candidate Donald Trump promised to fix America first and he pledged to mend U.S. relations with Orthodox Christian Russia. He vowed to achieve a sensible solution to the middle east wars.

It's just not happening. The Swamp is stronger than we think, but they don't send their children to war.

Why would the Syrian government justify unilateral military action by the U.S. by using chemical weapons -- weapons it said it got rid of in 2013 in compliance with a Russian brokered agreement?

It makes absolutely no sense, given that Syrian forces are now so close to ending the "civil war" in Syria.

According to Fox News, the Trump administration has "pointed its finger at Assad, but Russia has claimed that the chemicals were released when Syrian aircraft bombed a rebel-held factory making chemical weapons. At the emergency session, Haley ripped Russia for getting in the way of the United Nations holding Assad accountable after a prior attack in 2013 and accused Russia of defying 'the conscience of the world.'

When the Clinton administration authorized devastating Iraq sanctions, contributing to the deaths of 500,000 Iraqi children, former Secretary of State Madeleine Albright said on national television she thought "the price was worth it," defying the conscience of the world.

Without any solid proof the Obama regime linked Assad to the 2013 chemical attack. Later, video evidence revealed that members of the Free Syrian Army were the more likely culprits behind the attack using Saudi-made chemical weapons.

If Washington is going to risk World War III its accusations must follow conclusive evidence. Right now, there is none.

Judging by the harsh and inflexible tone of Haley's rhetoric one is given the impression that cooler heads will not prevail in this escalating conflict in Syria.

Please share this on Facebook if the chemical attack in Syria justifies unilateral military action by the U.S.

Source: Independent Journal Review

 

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