It Does Not Add Up

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Wed, Aug 28, 2013 - 11:34pm
Facts:
(1) George Bush's Iraq war planning and mongering drew large opposition voices;
(2) The USA political left has been absolutely silent on the Nobel Peace Prize winning occupant in the White House and his drone campaign, and now effort to cause more death and destruction in yet another middle-eastern country;
(3) The USA political right, from the perspective of their talking heads on mainstream media, is fractured in their approach to the Syrian developments;
(4) Rush Limbaugh agrees with Dennis Kucinich, seriously, WTF?!;
(5) Crude is up, but gold and silver have not exploded upwards;
(6) The USA is about to have a three day weekend.
What is readily apparent from these data points is DISARRAY, chaos, uncertainty and the like. Traditional alliances are shattering, friends may be foes, foes may be allies, nothing is what it seems.
IF the USA harbored a true military objective to the Syrian conflict, would it not be universally known by now? So, since there is not a true military objective, then does this not explain the confusion? It does to me.
But with that said, since it does not add up, then what is the reason for the almost certain to happen, overt USA entry into the Syrian conflict?
Analysis:
I have said it before, and I will say it again. War is good for the elite for many reasons. I predicted war would break out in 2013, because that is the last possible solution that the current western bankster elite have at their disposal.
Obummer is befuddled. He is taking orders and doing as he is told. The left and right do not agree, yet the do agree, as parts of this Syrian mess are subject to overlapping, like a Venn diagram. Because it is so messy, there is ample opportunity to spin the necessary facts to support any position one would like to take.
Some commentators have correctly, in my humble opinion, suggested that this Syrian conflict is about resources, about redrawing sovereign boundaries, about surrounding Iran, and ushering in a new era in the middle east, one that concerns resources. The USA's role–and goal--is to grab a seat at the table, by using their last tool, the world's best fighting forces. From there, look for a new hegemon, and new international trade rules and exchange parameters.
This is playing out just like expected, if one has read Orlov's book, Five Stages of Collapse.
The subject of my next post, next week, will be his book.
For now, ponder the Syrian situation and prognosticate.

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PuraVida
Aug 28, 2013 - 11:45pm

First?

This isn't as hard as it used to be....

Upon pondering the Syria situation...I'm befuddled too, WTF are we doing? Who the hell broadcasts that they are going to send cruise missiles in "probably on Thursday". I'm sick of war mongering, I'm sick of unconstitutionality, I'm sick of being in the majority opinion and having it NOT MATTER. I pray to god this doesn't turn into WWIII...The 4th turning appears to be upon us and to be totally honest, I'm afraid... not so much for me, but for my children.

Bugzy
Aug 28, 2013 - 11:45pm

good good

You mentioned Orlov last week. Ought to be an interesting read.

treefrog
Aug 28, 2013 - 11:47pm

tooth

secondus amphibianus

perhaps all will be revealed in a vision on the road to damascus? ...hey, at least there's a precedent.
Mr. Fix
Aug 28, 2013 - 11:49pm

I left this on XTY's thread a little while ago,

But it seems a lot more topical here.

Didn't we used to be much better at false flags? I mean really, they used to be at least plausible, but the false flags that we are committing now are just pissing everyone off, because they are too transparent.

I'm only wondering if this is intentional. What I mean by that, is just like Sandy, Sandy Hook, Oklahoma City tornadoes, many of the Western fires, Boston, if one were to actually examine the evidence, the official storyline not only doesn't make sense, but isn't even plausible, with absolutely no supporting evidence whatsoever, and an avalanche of evidence that points to the contrary.

It's like when Obama gives a speech and "scratches" his eye with his middle finger, I think he's being really obvious, for anyone who's paying attention, and doesn't even care what they think. He's been doing this within his own borders for quite some time now, but I think he's taken the charade to an international level. Not only does he not care whether the storyline is believable or not, he seems to be going out of his way to leave enough evidence to ensure that it completely unbelievable.

The arrogance is off the charts, at this point, he's begging for somebody to fight back.

bvwalker1
Aug 28, 2013 - 11:52pm

Syria invasion... Partly right

Great analysis, but Id add the following...

The US may have some interests in their resources, but the main driver is protecting the petro dollar. countries are already getting out dollars and the reserve currency is in jeopardy. If oil isnt settled in USD anymore, that may be the nail in the coffin for USD. Jim Willie has discussed this in more detail.

El Gordo
Aug 29, 2013 - 12:01am

How much do you trust Washington?

If you trust everything else that is going on in Washington to be in our nation's best interests, then I suppose you could trust what they tell us about Syria as well. However, if from time to time you find that reason and logic fail to support some of the Washington commentary, then perhaps you may try to dig a little deeper to discover the truth. If you, like me, are unable to figure out anything on your on, but think that the one thing you can absolutely believe is that whatever Washington is saying is not the truth, then welcome to my world.

¤
Aug 29, 2013 - 12:06am

CA

Good stuff

I burst out laughing at fact #4. Things are indeed getting strange and a bit warped.

Stress is evident in an obvious manner within the TBTF's behind the scene's and on the main stage.

The lack of effective diplomacy in full view of everyone is a bit alarming to myself and it's breaking down even further as each day passes.

Look no further than Obama on TV referring to Putin as a bored child stirring in his seat at some of their meetings. Not a smart move.

Vlad can't be amused.

Mr. Fix
Aug 29, 2013 - 12:08am

It does not add up… Unless…

Obama intends to lose.

At least it would be consistent with the fact that every single other decision he has made has been carefully designed to have the worst possible outcome for the United States.

Why would this be any different?

NW VIEW
Aug 29, 2013 - 12:13am

What do I know?

Do we remember the uproar during the Viet Nam war? Kent State & protests everywhere by the college students -- Where are they and what has changed? We were not worried in those days about it spilling out of N. & S. Nam or working its way to other countries. We have a current situation in the ME that could turn into death and destruction from Cairo the Babylon and Tel Aviv to Moscow. Today we saw the 50 year anniversary of Dr. King's speech. Where were the thousands at to protest this new invasion of the ME? Yes Isaiah 17 is just around the corner and a veil has covered the minds of the people. Yes today we saw the millions watching a 50 year past event and reliving it as if all is well. We are in trouble and there is only one way of escape for now and that will be found within. jmo

Hammer
Aug 29, 2013 - 1:49am

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/ne

https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2404983/Syrias-nerve-gas-massac... What is the truth about the nerve gas massacre... Revenge of tyrant's one-legged brother - or monstrous trick by rebels? By Guy Adams PUBLISHED: 23:49, 28 August 2013 | UPDATED: 00:15, 29 August 2013 Barack Obama warned that the use of chemical weapons in Syria would be crossing a ‘red line’, and prompt US intervention. A week ago that line was crossed – but are we armed with all the facts about the atrocity in Ghouta? GUY ADAMS examines the evidence...

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