Syria Plan B? John Kerry May Have Defused Syria War By Being an Idiot

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Commonsenseconspiracy, By: cscadm, 09/09/2013


One would like to think that the American President and Secretary of State would try to achieve a peaceful resolution to any problem that might be put before them.  One would also like to think that military action would probably be the last option on the table after all other possibilities have been eliminated.  Well, it turns out that after a couple of weeks of political pandering that was poised and ready to lead to the United States openly attacking Syria, all that really had to be done to defuse the situation was to simply ask Syria to turn over its weapons.


Yes, you heard that right.


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Stephen Lendman ~ War On Syria: Dissent In The Ranks

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By: Steve Lendman, 09/03/2013

On September 2, London’s Daily Mail headlined ”‘I didn’t join the Navy to fight for al Qaeda in a Syrian civil war’: Picture of serviceman goes viral… but is it real?” More on that below. The Pentagon goes all out to avoid dissent in the ranks. It surfaced in Vietnam. Until 1967, order was well maintained. After Tet in late January/February 1968, things changed. Mutinies forced the Pentagon to disguise them with language like “combat refusal.” Soldiers disobeyed orders. Most were search and destroy missions. They were put in harm’s way. They faced formidable enemies. At times, entire companies defied commanders. As fear of punishment faded, incidents mushroomed. So did fragging. It’s committed when soldiers target a superior with intent to kill. Fragmentation grenades were used. As frustration and anger grew, so did fragging incidents. They became the price for being ordered in harm’s way against enemies refusing to quit.


After Tet, 1,000 or more incidents occurred. Precise numbers aren’t known. Pentagon officials stopped counting. They downplayed what happened. They suppressed incidents best they could. Officers shot by their men were excluded. They were those listed as wounded or killed in action.


Foreign-backed armed groups targeting Syrian history

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Published on Aug 11, 2012 by PressTVGlobalNews

Castle of Aleppo, is a large medieval fortified palace in the centre of the old city of Aleppo. It is considered to be one of the oldest and largest castles in the world. Usage of the Citadel hill dates back at least to the middle of the 3rd millennium BC.
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