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    Obama War Machine Announces Invasion of Syria

    Obama War Machine Announces Invasion of Syria

    Infowars.com
    June 14, 2012

    CNN reports this afternoon that the Pentagon has finalized plans to attack Syria and forcefully depose its leader, Bashar al-Assad, under the cover of securing weapons of mass destruction and preventing “sectarian violence” it has fomented by supporting and training the Free Syrian Army.

    “The U.S. military has completed its own planning for how American troops would conduct a variety of operations against Syria, or to assist neighboring countries in the event action was ordered, officials tell CNN.”

    CNN says the Pentagon has “finalized its assessment of what types of units would be needed, how many troops, and even the cost of certain potential operations.”

    “There is a sense that if the sectarian violence in Syria grows, it could be worse than what we saw in Iraq,” an unnamed Obama administration official told CNN.

    The attack plan is similar to the one used against Libya:


    The military planning includes a scenario for a no-fly zone as well as protecting chemical and biological sites. Officials say all the scenarios would be difficult to enact and involve large numbers of U.S. troops and extended operations.

    CNN reveals that the United States, Britain and France have discussed the attack, which they describe as “contingency scenarios,” and have trained specifically for a military intervention. They are also “sharing of intelligence about what is happening in Syria with neighboring countries including Jordan, Turkey and Israel.”

    In December, Sibel Edmonds reported that “foreign military groups, estimated at hundreds of individuals,” had taken up positions in the city of al-Mafraq in northern Jordan on the Syrian border. The troops had arrived from the Ain al-Assad Air base in Iraq and a U.S. aircraft carrying military personnel landed in the Prince Hassan Air base located about 100 km to the east of the city of al-Mafraq.

    CNN quotes three Defense Department officials as stating that “U.S. special forces are training and advising Jordanian troops on a range of specific military tasks they might need to undertake if unrest in Syria spills over into Jordan or poses a threat to that country.”

    The officials said “Jordan’s major security concern is that if the Syrian regime were to suddenly collapse, then it would face unrest on its northern border, as well as the possibility of large refugee flows, weapons smuggling into Jordan, and potential disarray in Syria’s chemical and biological weapons complex. Jordan also is considering how and where to potentially set up humanitarian assistance bases inside its borders, another matter the U.S. is advising it on.”

    The pretext for the attack on Syria is eerily reminiscent of the elaborate and transparently bogus pretext used prior to the invasion of Iraq:


    U.S. satellites are monitoring the chemical and biological weapons sites around the clock, and so far “there is no reason to believe they are not secure,” one of the U.S. officials said.

    The U.S. believes the facilities are guarded by some of the most elite Alawite troops loyal to al-Assad. But the official noted that the opposition forces appear to be gaining strength in some areas, and that the United States, Jordan and the allies are concerned that as the amount of al-Assad controlled territory shrinks, some of those critical facilities could be open to attacks, pilfering or efforts by terrorist groups to buy material….

    The overall assessment by the U.S. is that in the event some action had to be taken to secure Syrian chemical, biological or weapons facilities, troops from some country would have to enter Syria in a matter of hours.

    On June 11, Tony Cartalucci cited an RT report stating that a false flag involving “Syrian rebels deploying chemical weapons obtained in Libya against Syrian civilians, then blaming the Syrian government for the mass casualty event” would be used as a casus belli to intervene.

    The Pentagon did not reveal a timeline on the planned intervention, but considering the amount of detailed information released to its trusted media asset CNN it is likely the attack will come in a matter of days or weeks instead of months.


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    I wish Ron Paul would just deliver some impeachment papers right now.

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    Who is Obama and Who is Romney?

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    The Pentagon always make plans for how they would deal with potential situations. They have plans for Russia, China, Japan, Korea, European chaos. Doesn't mean action will actually occur. And they did not "announce an invasion of Syria". Misleading headline. The CNN article cited http://security.blogs.cnn.com/2012/0...ing-for-syria/ does not make any claims of using "WMD" as a pretext for an invasion.
    It also adds:
    While there is no current scenario for putting U.S. troops on the ground in Jordan or Syria, the U.S. could wind up providing air support to move Jordanian troops to the border. In addition, American forces could provide a wide range of intelligence and surveillance capabilities to Jordan so they would have up-to-date information on what is happening on the Syrian side of their border region. In one of the most extreme scenarios, a small unit of Jordanian troops could move into Syria to protect a chemical or biological weapons site.
    Last edited by Zippyjuan; 06-15-2012 at 02:39 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CaptainAmerica View Post
    I wish Ron Paul would just deliver some impeachment papers right now.
    Would be nice....
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    Syria is about the size of the State of Washington. The United States should be able to kick their asses in just a few days. After all, we do have the most powerful military the world has ever known.

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    Well they have been training mercenaries from Libya and Syria for 2 months now in Kosovo I guess it is time to unleash them.

    In any case I think that Turkey and Jordan would lead any attack on Syria and whether Russia will sell another ally again.Russia has to be the worst ally ever.
    Last edited by Demigod; 06-15-2012 at 04:26 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Travlyr View Post
    Syria is about the size of the State of Washington. The United States should be able to kick their asses in just a few days. After all, we do have the most powerful military the world has ever known.
    GEN Westmoreland (I was never a fan) asked his grandfather, who fought for the Confederacy how come they lost.

    "We wore ourselves out whipping Yankees." was the reply.
    Out of every one hundred men they send us, ten should not even be here. Eighty will do nothing but serve as targets for the enemy. Nine are real fighters, and we are lucky to have them, upon them depends our success in battle. But one, ah the one, he is a real warrior, and he will bring the others back from battle alive.

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    Add another war of aggression, occupation, and unprovoked violence to our long list. How many do we have going on simultaneously now? Why do arabs hate us again? I'm getting more and more ashamed of this nation (but not more and more ashamed of the country...and entriely separate concept).
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    ^Minimalist state socialism (minarchy) taken to its logical conclusions; communism.

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    see this is more infowars bull$#@!...

    planning to invade Syria is not the same as deciding to invade Syria. The Obama administration may decide to invade Syria around election time, they may decide not to invade Syria. In which case, Infowars and Alex Jones will be wrong....again.

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    We'll see if this actually materializes. I highly doubt it will.
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    Quote Originally Posted by thequietkid10 View Post
    see this is more infowars bull$#@!...

    planning to invade Syria is not the same as deciding to invade Syria. The Obama administration may decide to invade Syria around election time, they may decide not to invade Syria. In which case, Infowars and Alex Jones will be wrong....again.
    Let us know when we should start paying attention to "okay, we're really going to do it official" planning so we'll know when it is not "infowars bull$#@!." Deal?
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    I never like the Alex Jones networks, that guy is just a nut. He even had ad banner years ago, claiming the Moon Landings were faked. What a clown!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Republicanguy View Post
    I never like the Alex Jones networks, that guy is just a nut. He even had ad banner years ago, claiming the Moon Landings were faked. What a clown!
    Lol you really believe we landed on the moon? I hope you're not basing your conclusion on the official tapes.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Travlyr View Post
    Syria is about the size of the State of Washington. The United States should be able to kick their asses in just a few days. After all, we do have the most powerful military the world has ever known.
    And have lost 40% of our wealth in 4 years...

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    The sheeple won't object, so the Congress won't object. So the administration can do pretty much whatever it wants, on behalf of the globalists.



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    Quote Originally Posted by John F Kennedy III View Post
    Lol you really believe we landed on the moon? I hope you're not basing your conclusion on the official tapes.
    You're joking, right?
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    Dude, seriously? We landed on the moon.

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    Quote Originally Posted by KingRobbStark View Post
    You're joking, right?
    Not one bit.
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    Quote Originally Posted by DerailingDaTrain View Post
    Dude, seriously? We landed on the moon.
    I never said we didn't.
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    Quote Originally Posted by thequietkid10 View Post
    see this is more infowars bull$#@!...

    planning to invade Syria is not the same as deciding to invade Syria. The Obama administration may decide to invade Syria around election time, they may decide not to invade Syria. In which case, Infowars and Alex Jones will be wrong....again.
    No, this is a prelude to the act. It is prepping, propaganda, testing the waters. Did they not just pull this same exact BS with Libya and are they not still doing the same concerning Iran?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Republicanguy View Post
    I never like the Alex Jones networks, that guy is just a nut. He even had ad banner years ago, claiming the Moon Landings were faked. What a clown!
    Well, if we really did land on the Moon, why have we not gone back since, not a single mission, nor any attempts to setup a little Moon eco-base, nothing, nada, zilch. And why are there no extreme close-up photo montages of the Moon, no anniversary Apollo 11 landing site revisits, no Moon time capsules, no "our American Flag now" photo shoots? Why were the original mission tapes all destroyed? Why is NASA so occultic?

    The fact that there are more questions than answers, speaks volumes all on its own.
    Last edited by Weston White; 06-18-2012 at 05:24 AM.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Weston White View Post
    Well, if we really did land on the Moon, why have we not gone back since, not a single mission, nor any attempts to setup a little Moon eco-base, nothing, nada, zip. And why are there no extreme close-up photo montages of the Moon, no anniversary Apollo 11 landing site revisits, no American Flag now photo shoots? Why were the original mission tapes all destroyed? Why is NASA so occultic?The fact that there are more questions than answers, speaks volumes all on its own.
    Because it would be an extreme waste of tax payer money to revisit the Moon when we have already been. There is no life, oxygen, etc. so what the $#@! is the point of going back?

    Nobody really cared about the Moon anyway and it was more of a publicity stunt to show that our space program was better than the Soviets.

    Edit: Did you really just say we have no close up photos of the Moon? You mean...like this?

    Last edited by DerailingDaTrain; 06-18-2012 at 06:05 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by John F Kennedy III View Post
    I never said we didn't.
    Quote Originally Posted by John F Kennedy III View Post
    Lol you really believe we landed on the moon?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Weston White View Post
    Well, if we really did land on the Moon, why have we not gone back since, not a single mission, nor any attempts to setup a little Moon eco-base, nothing, nada, zilch. And why are there no extreme close-up photo montages of the Moon, no anniversary Apollo 11 landing site revisits, no Moon time capsules, no "our American Flag now" photo shoots? Why were the original mission tapes all destroyed? Why is NASA so occultic?

    The fact that there are more questions than answers, speaks volumes all on its own.
    If you have not noticed not a single country has the moon as a target for their space program.The Soviets had a number of unmanned missions to the Moon.If they had any evidence that you staged the landing they would have said something.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DerailingDaTrain View Post
    Because it would be an extreme waste of tax payer money to revisit the Moon when we have already been. There is no life, oxygen, etc. so what the $#@! is the point of going back?
    Negative, it affords the space program a ready ability for daily living in space, testing equipment, structures, resources, and tools; insight on managing and configuring structures, hydroponics, water and waste processing, eco-systems, etc.; understanding and putting into live practice (from an external point of view), while remaining in a controlled environment, such aspects as the changing of the seasons, prolonged recycling and redistribution. Also absolutely beneficial would have been to setup a Moon into Space observatory (which would be great for astrologists, while providing much better angles, eliminate sky interference, decrease lens radiation and refraction effects, etc.), including a series of live-streaming HD video and limited interference audio broadcast stations, and to do extensive testing on passing space debris for metal comparisons (including the surface of the Moon itself), for example.

    Certainly, it would be no more of a waste than putting crews above the Earth to sit around in floating space stations or sending around satellites or unmanned crafts anywhere else, which could have just as well included a few passes along the Moon at any time.
    Last edited by Weston White; 06-18-2012 at 06:06 AM.
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    Quote Originally Posted by DerailingDaTrain View Post
    Edit: Did you really just say we have no close up photos of the Moon? You mean...like this?
    Nope, that is not what I meant at all, but since you bring up, do you happen to have one with the supposed Apollo landing site? ...Somehow I highly doubt it (however, I could be wrong).
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    Quote Originally Posted by Demigod View Post
    If you have not noticed not a single country has the moon as a target for their space program.The Soviets had a number of unmanned missions to the Moon.If they had any evidence that you staged the landing they would have said something.
    They would? And you know that because of what exactly? I would say they would be much more interested in using any such knowledge as a bargaining chip than anything else.

    Aside from that, it matters little, for Russia is totally in bed with the same agenda being followed by America’s globalist politicians and would not dare betray their cohorts.
    The object of life is not to be on the side of the majority, but to escape finding one’s self in the ranks of the insane.” — Marcus Aurelius

    They’re not buying it. CNN, you dumb bastards!” — President Trump 2020

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    Quote Originally Posted by Weston White View Post
    Nope, that is not what I meant at all, but since you bring up, do you happen to have one with the supposed Apollo landing site? ...Somehow I highly doubt it (however, I could be wrong).






    That sure wasn't hard to find.
    Last edited by DerailingDaTrain; 06-18-2012 at 06:06 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Weston White View Post
    Negative, it affords the space program a ready ability for testing daily living in space, testing equipment, structures, resources, and tools; insight on managing and configuring structures, hydroponics, water and waste processing, eco-systems, etc.; understanding and putting into live practice (from an external point of view), while remaining in a controlled environment, such aspects as the changing of the seasons, prolonged recycling and redistribution. Also absolutely beneficial would have been to setup a Moon into Space observatory (which would be great for astrologists, while providing much better angles, eliminate sky interference, decrease radiation lens effect, etc.), including a series of live-streaming video and audio broadcast stations, and to do extensive testing on passing space debris for metal comparisons (including the surface of the Moon itself), for example.

    Certainly, it would be no more of a waste than putting crews above the Earth to sit around in floating space stations or sending around satellites or unmanned crafts anywhere else, which could have just as well included a few passes along the Moon.
    All of that is an extreme waste of money for things we already know. If you don't believe me just look it up on the internet.
    Last edited by DerailingDaTrain; 06-18-2012 at 06:07 AM.

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