Talking Heads Say “To Much Talking, Not Enough Action in Syria”: Remarkable War-mongering Spin on Syrian Regime Change Operation Launched

by Scott Creighton

With the sudden development of the legitimate government in Syria targeting our Glorious Kurds with direct bombing campaigns in order to stop them from breaking off a piece of the country for their Greater Kurdistan project, the lying MSM is screeching in one, single voice, the need to get Barack Obama to unleash the beast in yet another country so they can bomb it back into the stone age like Slick Willy did in Yugoslavia, Bush did in Iraq and Killary did in Libya.

This obviously staged “White Helmet” PR image of the little kid with the make-up sitting in an ambulance jump-seat has sparked a renewal of the war-monger’s cries for more blood, more bombing and more little kids who really are torn apart by Barack’s drones and cruise missiles.

A U.S. air strike in Syrian killed more than 85 civilians, including children, on Tuesday as they were fleeing from Islamic State (ISIS).

A U.S. air strike in Syrian killed more than 85 civilians, including children, on Tuesday as they were fleeing from Islamic State (ISIS).

The unanimous call from all sides of the phony political divide is for more “humanitarian intervention” by Obama because, so far, there’s been “to much talking and not enough action in Syria”

Why don’t you ask the father of that child pictured above if they hasn’t already been enough action in Syria by Barack Obama. Don’t ask the father of that kid wearing Hollywood make-up in the back of the ambulance. We know what he wants. Go ahead, ask this man.

If it is true that the struggle against tyranny is the fight against forgetting here is a little of what those media outlets hope you don’t remember:

Billions of dollars have been spent by the US during the Obama administration’s 5-year regime change operation in Syria on paid mercenaries sent there to kill civilians and terrorize them into fleeing for their lives.

“The U.S. is already training hundreds of vetted rebels in Jordan, and equipping them with weapons. Most of those rebels are fighting under the umbrella of the Free Syrian Army (FSA) — the first major opposition group to form and fight President Bashar al-Assad’s forces in Syria in 2011…

By the summer of 2012, the majority of opposition fighters claimed to be fighting with the FSA. There were hundreds of battalions, some as small as a few men, others as large as a few hundred. But at that time, many of the men fighting on the frontline, especially in Aleppo Province, were Salafists, a conservative sect of Islam.” IBT, 2014

“There was “an excess of 40,000 total foreign fighters [that] have gone to the conflict [in Syria] from over 100 countries,” the State Department’s Acting Coordinator for Counter Terrorism, Justin Siberell, said at a press briefing. ” RT, 2016

So far there have been 4,905 coalition airstrikes in Syria alone (14,522 spread between Syria, Iraq and Libya) since their air attack began on Sept. 22nd, 2014. That means the 699 day-long air campaign being waged by Barack Obama in Syria has averaged 7.02 airstrikes per day.

How many more humanitarian bombing campaigns per day will be enough to fix the problem in Syria?

If you wish to understand just how damaging 7 airstrikes a day can be to a country, you first have to understand the size of the country by comparison to something you are familiar with… like Texas for instance. Syria is .27 times the size of the Lone Star state.


What do you think we would be doing to Mexico if they were launching 7.02 airstrikes against Dallas every day for the last two years? What do you think we would say if Mexican talking heads were saying on national television that they needed to launch even more missiles for humanitarian reasons?

Would we say the Mexicans were barbarians? Psychopaths? Soulless?

They say we are attacking “ISIS” in Syria but that story doesn’t hold water when you look at Manbij. The US and French BOTH bombed civilian targets throughout their 3 month campaign against the Syrian city, they handed it over to the Kurdish death squads this past Friday so they could “mop up pockets of resistance” in the wake of those bombings and then they let “ISIS” simply walk away by the hundreds without being touched by coalition forces.

That doesn’t sound like an attack on “ISIS” to me, that sounds like we are depopulating a Syrian city so we can declare it “lawless” and hand it over to our new freedom fighters, the Glorious Kurds.

And if it doesn’t sound that way to you, maybe you should take a listen to our Sec. of Defense and see what he says about our actions in Syria.

“We have now have momentum in this fight and clear results on the ground… We must ensure that our partners on the ground (freedom fighter Kurds) have what they need to win the fight and then hold, rebuild, and govern their territory (“Rojava”),” Sec. of Defense Ash Carter

That’s not hyperbole, that’s not a “conspiracy theory”… that’s the architect of this 5-year campaign talking about our objectives in the conflict.

I just heard someone on Morning Joe playing in the other room saying “Assad is a brutal dictator and that is what we must remember. THAT is why we are where we are”

Jeffrey Sachs jumped into the discussion and reminded everyone that Obama and Hillary launched a secret regime change destabilization campaign in Syria 5 years ago and have been arming and paying terrorists through proxies like Jordan and Saudi Arabia ever since and said if we wanted to bring this thing to an end, maybe we should stop the CIA’s secret war in Syria.

The war-mongering globalist apologists sat there with their mouths hanging open in dread silence.

Joe tried to retort by saying “Assad is dropping bombs, Russia is dropping bombs, what do we do to stop it now?” and when Sachs simply replied we need to go through the UN and reach an agreement with Russia and stop trying to remove Assad from power… Joe was informed in his little earpiece from the producers it was time to go to break. Don’t expect to see Sachs back on the set after the break.

This is what happens when humanitarian concerns and a little honesty are brought into public discussions of our ‘humanitarian interventions”. Someone gets ostracized.

Here’s a picture of a child pretending to be injured sitting in the back of an ambulance. Real kids are injured on a daily basis in Syria but rarely get any press (or armies of Twitter influence peddlers) because they are dropping at a rate somehow related to 7.02 per day. That’s our humanitarian rate of intervention at the time. The fake picture is being used to demand outrage from the public so our leaders like Mr. Ash Carter up there can justify pushing that rate much, much higher in pursuit of the long sought regime change operation (and nation building operations a.k.a. Greater Kurdistan)

It is a twisted logic that drives these people and based on their reaction to Mr. Sachs this morning, it doesn’t appear they being kept in the dark as to their contributions to the horror of it all.

Could we say these war-monger apologists and sympathizers are barbarians? Psychopaths? Soulless?

Sometimes I thank God I’m not a “journalist”

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6 Responses

  1. Americans are sick and tired of these endless ‘Wars for Wall Street and Israel’ the only two outfits that really benefit from all this carnage.

    We want our troops to come home and the money used to rebuild our shattered infrastructure, that is falling apart right in front of our eyes, since most of our taxes is going to support the destruction of ME and African nations and to support corrupt Wall Street banks.

    Enough is enough, maybe if we stop the madness now, those people whose lives we’ve turned into a living Hell will forgive us.

  2. Scott, could you please clarify the 7,017 figure you mentioned? It reads like 7,017 strikes per day. I’m not doubting it but it really does make for an astronomical number of airstrikes over the past two years.
    Thanks for the good article.

  3. Until someone just states the obvious from a position of political power this won’t stop. All those attacks are unconstitutional since they are not approved by congress. This war on terrorism, as well as all other wars (drugs, etc.) are just a way to bypass Congress.

    They are not officially wars so they can go on with them? No boots on the ground but thousands of contractors on the ground? Billions of dollars lost?

    Congress could stop it by just cutting funding.

  4. Don’t see the picture of the kid in the ambulance you mentioned multiple times.

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