Obama Considers Using US Soldiers as Human Shields to Protect CIA’s Terrorists in Syria

by Scott Creighton


The depths to which these people will descend down the sewers of deep-state politics in order to secure their regime change operation in Syria is breath-taking sometimes. It really is.

Now that Russia is launching successful airstrikes against both “ISIS” and the CIA’s moderate terrorists in Syria and the Syrian army is making serious headway in driving these mercenary Wahhabist terrorists from their nation, TPTB and their puppet Obama are getting desperate.

Because of the Russians getting involved, there are considerably fewer terrorists destabilizing Syria on behalf of Western Big Business (and a shitload of billionaires)

I imagine it’s a much harder sell to those Wahhabists in Jordan and Saudi Arabia: trying to get them to go up against Russian forces as opposed to Syrian ones. The paycheck from our Peace Prize President is only good if you live long enough to cash it.

With that in mind, our left-cover White House administration is desperate not to be out-manuvered by the Russians and Putin himself.

So, what do they come up with:

… using US soldiers as human shields by embedding them with the CIA’s al Qaeda-linked terrorists such as al Nusra and other factions of the so-called “Free Syrian Army”

You got to be shitting me…

President Obama’s most senior national security advisers have recommended measures that would move U.S. troops closer to the front lines in Iraq and Syria, officials said…

The debate over the proposed steps, which would for the first time position a limited number of Special Operations forces on the ground in Syria and put U.S. advisers closer to the firefights in Iraq

Senior U.S. officials, however, warned that such measures had the potential to put the United States in direct conflict with the Syrian regime and the Russian and Iranian forces backing it. Washington Post

The Washington Post article states they wont put them in Syria and Iraq to be involved in direct conflict, and I guess that means they will just station them close enough to our destabilization terrorists to be hit by Russian cruise missiles and airstrikes if they continue.

Essentially, that makes US soldiers human shields for the CIA’s terrorists in two countries.

The move is based, according to officials, on the “fact” that the conflict has stagnated and something must be done to shake things up.

The recommendations came at Obama’s request and reflect the president’s and his top advisers’ concern that the battle in Iraq and Syria is largely stalemated and in need of new ideas to generate momentum against Islamic State forces. Washington Post

That is total bullshit. Everyone knows the terrorists in Syria and Iraq both are on the run. The only thing that is stagnating is the CIA’s terrorist recruitment drive.

They are losing in this effort and what is needed is a major crisis to shake things up… either that or a motivating factor which keeps Russia from targeting the CIA’s terrorists.

That is exactly what this move will be about if President Obama agrees to it.

The article from the Washington Post is clearly an attempt to gauge public opinion and see what the level of public outrage is generated by it.

The Syrian government has requested help from the Russians to deal with the “moderate” destabilization terrorists our CIA has installed in their country.

The Iraqi government is doing the same as are the Afghanis.

The Russians and the Syrians will not hesitate to fire on these terrorist targets even if they are shielded by President Obama’s own troops. If that happens and a US soldier is killed, clearly the administration hopes they can use that event to oust Russia from the Security Council so they can pass a vote allowing them to regime change Syria in earnest.

That’s a risky gamble at best.

And God forbid, US forces target Russian planes in Syria or Iraq as it is my guess that Putin would not hesitate to target and destroy US military installations in both Iraq and Afghanistan as a result. And if nothing else, that will be his default position in any future talks with the US if and when President Peace Prize decides to use US troops as human shields to protect terrorists in Syria with links to the group that supposedly attacked us on 9/11.

How desperate and disgusting these people are. Hopefully if he does do this, it will show our military service members what our leaders really think of them and perhaps another Foxtrot Tango Alpha movement will follow. One’s got to be brewing by now anyway.

7 Responses

  1. If he does it, he might find his impeachment papers on his desk….

  2. You might be interested in this online open letter–which at this moment has 86,156 signatures from around the world–thanking Pres Putin and the Russian people for supporting the Syrian people. The letter includes an appropriate quote from the 2nd Secretary General of the UN, Dag Hammarskjold: “We are on dangerous ground if we believe that any individual, any nation, or any ideology has a monopoly on rightness, liberty, and human dignity.” You can sign your support here http://dearputin.com/

  3. Wouldn’t it be more correct to call such troops “bait” or “casus belli’?
    No, I guess they couldn’t do that …

  4. incredibly sadly funny how desperate TPTB are to save their sinking “freedom fighter” ship in the M/E…. more blood/treasure soaking into the desert sands of another nation that didn’t attack us, threaten us in any way and is being brutalized by TPTB, just for existing, in an area “they” consider “strategic”, for whatever reason… As Pepe Escobar likes to style it, “Pipeline-istan”, anyone?

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