Tillerson Goes Full ZioCon Vulcan on Assad and Syria at Stanford’s Hoover Institute

by Scott Creighton

President Trump’s Secretary of National Interests (i.e. Exxon Mobil ect.) Rex Tillerson just gave a little address and Q&A session at the Hoover Institute at Stanford University at the invitation of former Secretaries Condi Rice and George Shultz.

“And in that regard, you certainly have a true advocate in your ranks: my friend, Dr. Condoleezza Rice… And I also want to acknowledge the other co-host, one of our nation’s most dedicated and gifted public servants, certainly of the 20th century: former Secretary George Shultz. And George and I have known each other a long time as well, and I’m a great admirer of his work as well.” Sec. of State/Exxon Rex  Tillerson

The talk was titled “Remarks on the Way Forward for the United States Regarding Syria” and it basically comprised of Tillerson declaring an illegal, unconstitutional and unending war on Syria and the people of that country on behalf of our “national interests” which constitute (in part) Big Oil and the Greater Kurdistan project that is still being pushed by the fascist Likud party of Israel and all their apologists over here in the states.

Tillerson laid out his 5-point plan for Syria:

  1. keep military illegally occupying part of Syria until our proxy army “ISIS” is “defeated” (which will be never)
  2. regime change (because Assad will never give into Israel’s demand for Golan Heights or the IMF’s structural adjustments)
  3. create a Zio-friendly regime in Syria to threaten Iran with
  4. fake platitude toward refugees our regime change op created
  5. fake WMDs bullshit line (neutering Syria so it can never resist our “national interests” again

To those ends Tillerson essentially declared an illegal and unconstitutional war and occupation on Syria simultaneously offering up our proxy regime change asset “ISIS” as one threat and al Qaeda, our previous proxy regime change assets, as another.

And yes, for those of you paying attention… there was the obligatory reference to 9/11:

“But let us be clear: The United States will maintain a military presence in Syria focused on ensuring ISIS cannot re-emerge. Our military mission in Syria will remain conditions-based. We cannot make the same mistakes that were made in 2011 when a premature departure from Iraq allowed al-Qaida in Iraq to survive and eventually morph into ISIS. It was that vacuum that allowed ISIS and other terrorist organizations to wreak havoc on the country. And it gave ISIS a safe haven to plan attacks against Americans and our allies. We cannot allow history to repeat itself in Syria…

We understand that some Americans are skeptical of continued involvement in Syria and question the benefits of maintaining a presence in such a troubled country.

However, it is vital for the United States to remain engaged in Syria for several reasons: Ungoverned spaces, especially in conflict zones, are breeding grounds for ISIS and other terrorist organizations. The fight against ISIS is not over...

Similarly, we must persist in Syria to thwart al-Qaida, which still has a substantial presence and base of operations in northwest Syria. As in the years before 9/11, al-Qaida is eager to create a sanctuary to plan and launch attacks on the West. Although ISIS is the terrorist group that has dominated the headlines most in the last few years, al-Qaida is still a grave threat and is looking to reconstitute in new and powerful ways.” Sec. of State/Exxon Rex  Tillerson

And as is par for the course when these warmongers meet and chat each other up, the lies and the shifting of blame were coming a mile a minute:

“Since that time, the story of Syria has been one of a humanitarian catastrophe. Up to half a million Syrians have died. Over 5.4 million Syrians are refugees, and 6.1 million are internally displaced persons, or IDPs. And as a result of conflict between regime and opposition forces, whole cities have been destroyed. It will take years to rebuild an entire nation.

Previous American efforts to halt the conflict have been ineffective. When Assad used chemical weapons on his own people in 2013, in defiance of an American red line threat to retaliate, U.S. inaction emboldened the regime to further disregard civilian lives. In April of last year, the Trump administration responded to Assad’s use of sarin nerve agent on civilians with cruise missile strikes that destroyed 20 percent of Assad’s air force.” Sec. of State/Exxon Rex  Tillerson

Yes, many Syrians have died in Syria because of this conflict. But they died not as a result of a ‘civil war” but because Hillary Clinton and Barack Obama decided they could hand over Syria to the masters of the universe like they did Libya so they could chop it up and turn a profit on the liquidation of yet another nation.

It’s called “mergers and acquisitions” for those of you in the know and our corrupt governments all do it on a nation-state level on behalf of Big Business a.k.a. “national interests”. That’s why they get rich in office on a public servant’s salary.

Just ask the Clintons.

Or just ask Rex now I guess.

What’s interesting about this meeting is it’s similarity to a couple that took place a long, long time ago in a place far, far away.

The Vulcans is a nickname used to refer to Republican Presidential candidate George W. Bush‘s foreign policy advisory team assembled to brief him prior to the 2000 US presidential election. The Vulcans were led by Condoleezza Rice and included Richard Armitage, Robert Blackwill, Stephen Hadley, Richard Perle, Dov S. Zakheim, Robert Zoellick and Paul Wolfowitz, and Wolfowitz protégé, Scooter Libby. Other key campaign figures including Dick Cheney, George P. Shultz and Colin Powell were also closely associated with the group, but were never actually members. During the campaign, Bush sought to deflect questions about his own lack of foreign policy experience by pointing to this group of experienced advisers. After the election, all the members of the team received key positions within the new Bush administration.

The name “The Vulcans” alludes to a huge statue of Vulcan, the Roman god of fire and metalworking, in Rice’s home town of Birmingham, Alabama

In early 1999, the Vulcans held their first meeting in Austin, Texas, which was attended by Cheney and Shultz. The group communicated regularly afterward.[3]

George Shultz is not a master of the universe. He is a servant of their’s like Kissenger for instance.

As some know, Shultz convinced “W” to run for president and then he insisted Cheney be his right hand man which eventually turned into a role as “Vice President” (we all know who was actually in charge don’t we)

Then Shultz put together this group of neoconservative Zionists from PNAC to be “W”‘s core cabinet but first… they had a little “foreign policy” planning to take care of.

You’ll notice in that group are a whole bunch of key 9/11 architects. What do you think they had to “plan” for dimwitted “W”‘s foreign policy debates back then? Do you really think Dov Zakheim and Scooter Libby could have contributed much to that discussion?

They weren’t planning Bush’s foreign policy answers… they were planning 9/11.

And of course, here we are, at a distinct turning point in Trump’s foreign policy world, with North Korea threatening peace with South Korea and Syria looking to kick us and our proxy armies the hell out of their country, thus killing the Greater Kurdistan project for good.

And Tillerson is meeting up with Vulcans laying out plans and making schemes.

Troubling days indeed.

There are a couple good write-ups on this Tillerson/Rice shit-show (here, here, here) but none of them delve into the worrying aspect of the particular history of Rice and Shultz and what it means when they get together and the plans of the masters of the universe aren’t going so well… bad things tend to happen. Things that change everything, as we were told back in late 2001.

Tillerson knows this is not going to go over well with most Americans. So a little “motivational event” like maybe a “new Pearl Harbor” might be just the ticket, huh?

I don’t mean to overreact but when Rice and Shultz get involved… my Spidey senses go off.

Stay away from crowds would be my guess.

4 Responses

  1. A great source informed me that Mobil’s Yemen facilities are to be sabotaged shortly.They hate Trump’s military hardware deal with the Saudi’s. NYC will face actsof violence as retaliation for Yemen suffering.

  2. Staying away from crowds might not help. 9-11 was not a crowd. It was a large office building filled with people working at their jobs.
    If something happens, Trump should be jailed… since he is the commander.

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