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September 10, 2013

U.S. President Barak Obama says the credibility of the international community is on the line if they fail to act on Syria.

No, just his……

As horrible and inhumane as things are in Syria, people have been killing each other in the middle east since the days of Cain and Able. It’s not going to end with a few missiles being lobbed into their borders. They will kill each other next week, next year, and in the next century. It isn’t America’s problem. In recent years the U.S. has somehow gotten into it’s head that they need to stick their noses into everyone else’s business. Afghanistan, Iraq, Libya, were isolated countries that did not have a lot of friends. Syria, however, is different. It has close ties with Iran, Russia, and China. The first one hates America, the second one wants to show the world they are still players in the world, and the third one just sits back watches, and waits. Any military action against Syria could easily bring Russian military action, as they defend their ally. Iran could use the diversion to lob a few missiles at Israel, just because they have been dying to do so. China could then opt in to maintain their interests. Before you know it, we have World War three. Things are playing out very similar to they way they did in the summer of 1914. We all know what happened then. Everyone, it seems, except the politicians…..

It’s the Cuban Missle crisis part two, so to speak. Back then, JFK looked at all the possibilities and possible outcomes, finally standing up to the Generals, and realizing what would happen with a military response. Here, we have a President who wants to do something, regardless of the consequences…..

When asked “Who are the rebels? Do you trust them?” U.S. Secretary of Defence Chuck Hagel replied, “It’s not my job to trust” (the rebels).


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