- The first thing on our radar is Syria
- It wasn’t easy nor practical to think that some protests would get President Assad to resign
- NATO and UN-backed powerhouses then decided that the rebels needed help
- Now it’s time to bring out the ultimate tactics in order to justify a NATO invasion
The Olympics are keeping people distracted for a short period of time and people aren’t concerned with what’s going on elsewhere in the world. We see some interesting events unfolding in the Middle East. The first thing on our radar is Syria. The Syrian problem which started out as protests in the streets against the Assad regime has now escalated into a civil war internally which has killed 18,000 people so far. It’s the government cracking down on the outlaw “freedom fighters.” The world powers that be were unable to unseat President Assad by just having protests.
It wasn’t easy nor practical to think that some protests would get President Assad to resign. He saw what the world did to Saddam Hussein in Iraq and Moammar Gadhafi in Libya and Hosni Mubarak in Egypt and he wasn’t going down the same path. He would retaliate by cracking down hard on protestors and dissenters.
The NATO and UN-backed powerhouses then decided that the rebels needed help. So, they armed the rebels to fight back against the government. However, whenever the rebels got larger weapons, the government just stepped up the retaliatory pace with bigger weapons. Then the NATO-backed forces decided to increase the “humanitarian aid,” which means more weapons and help the rebels forward their cause – even to the point of staging massacres and blaming it on the government. So far nothing has worked; only the killings have increased – mostly civilians.
Now it’s time to bring out the ultimate tactics in order to justify a NATO invasion of Syria. Here comes weapons of mass destruction in the form of chemical weapons and the ultimate boogieman – al-Queda. In fact, it will be said that these al-Queda militants moving into Syria cannot be allowed to gain control of Syria’s weapons of mass destruction – the chemical weapons stash – because al-Queda would use them against American citizens around the world and inside the U.S.. The fear of al-Queda coming into the U.S. and exploding chemical weapons will be the excuse that the military industrial complex needs to justify another war.
ANSWER: Yes, within months, maybe 2 months. We see soldiers being pulled out of Afghanistan and sent to Syria.
QUESTION: How will moving soldiers out of Afghanistan to Syria change Afghanistan?
ANSWER: There will be less troops in Afghanistan and there will be an increase of Taliban activity there.
QUESTION: So, what will be the fate of President Assad and his family?
ANSWER: Part of his family will be killed in raids and only then will he resign and be taken prisoner.
QUESTION: Do you see a timeline for that?
ANSWER: During the remainder of this year.
QUESTION: Who will take over once President Assad is removed?
ANSWER: There won’t be any elections for a long time and a military government will be put in place controlled by the UN.
QUESTION: What’s next after Syria?
ANSWER: Next, will be an excuse or false flag event to go to war with Iran.
QUESTION: Recap the most important points in your message today?
ANSWER: Our message is that for all the covert efforts and killing that have already happened in Syria it’s only going to get worse following this path.
QUESTION: Why is this information timely?
ANSWER: This information is timely because we see an acceleration of things happening in order to gain Western control of the entire Middle East.
QUESTION: How can readers best apply this information to their lives right now?
ANSWER: It’s been said that what you do in your immediate area effects the world – so, we would say be kind to your neighbor and hope that your neighbor is kind to their neighbor.
COMMENTARY: While the summer Olympics are under way people are not interested in what’s happening in Syria right now. On the other hand, the Syrian leader President Assad is also not interested in facing the reality that he is about to encounter – a fate similar to his neighboring leaders. Like those neighboring leaders he is fighting off his inevitable takeover with everything he’s got. In his attempts to fight off the resistance, he is made to look like a ruthless murderer of his people who deserves to be removed. This will be another regime that will be taken over by the powerhouses attempting to control the entire world.