Going To The Wall For His Friends

(4 pm. – promoted by ek hornbeck)

At least he’s going right to the wall to support his friends.

Al-Nusra in Syria funded by US/UK

US funding al qaeda in Syria

Reliable as hell. You can count on this guy.

EXCLUSIVE: Syrians In Ghouta Claim Saudi-Supplied Rebels Behind Chemical Attack

Since obama was murdering innocent kids around the world with drones during his first term and this was no secret but instead was common knowledge at the time of the 2012 election, and it was no secret that he fully intended to go after social safety nets in America with his “sequester”, and it is now no secret that he is supporting and funding al qaeda in Syria, the only reasonable and honest conclusions that can be drawn after the fact are that…

  • obama is a terrorist by all definitions of the word.
  • obama is a terrorist who deserves to be in prison enjoying fairer and more humane treatment than he doles out to his victims with hellfire missiles and sarin gas and to his American torture victims like Manning.
  • obama’s response to being outed as a terrorist has been to escalate and expand his foreign terrorism to include domestic terrorism against US citizens with his sequester.
  • obama is not only sanctioning Iranians, with his sequester he is sanctioning Americans, and cowardly going after the old, the weak, and the sick in America – the people least able to withstand his assaults.
  • Back at home thousands of Medicare patients lost chemotherapy because of obama’s sequester. In one series of clinics in NY, over 5,000 Medicare chemotherapy patients were turned away because of the sequester. Multiply that nationwide.
  • obama belongs in a cell, with Bush and Cheney. He is their getaway driver.
  • Anyone who voted for obama in 2012 and is still supporting him is either consciously and intentionally a terrorist sympathizer and supporter, or is just plain stupid. Or worse…

But this guy is good. Maybe he’ll be able to fire his Tomahawks in time to destroy the evidence. But not the knowledge.

And people will cheer.


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  1. Edger

    Disgusted, too.

  2. TMC

    that this administration is so hell bent to repeat Bush’s greatest follies & more but that this has any support at all from even his sycophant followers.

  3. pfiore8

    destroy the evidence but not the knowledge…

  4. banger

    Anyone who has followed what I have written in recent years knows that I believe U.S. politicians, particularly the POTUS is a power-broker not a power-wielder. I believe Obama, like most Presidents, is faced with the reality of the War Party or the “deep state” which wants to move this war along crush one more independent state in the region.

    I don’t believe Obama is in favor of this policy–he will supervise it because he has no choice–if the power balance tilts towards the War Party then he has to act as they dictate. Obama has no independent power base in Washington so he has to go along to get along or be crushed like a bug.

    The key area in all this is the mainstream media. It has been captured lock, stock and barrel by the War Party. I was stunned watching CNN and MSNBC reporters lecture in a way that would make Goebbles proud about how the U.S. was weak and had betrayed “the Syrian People” and endless blather, particularly by Amanpour but almost matched by that hack Engle. The tone seemed almost hysterical to me. I was actually shocked at the unprofessional nature of their respective reports. Much depends on whether alternative information can seep in. We have a chance to do what we can to influence things. The G-20 should be interesting.  

  5. terryhallinan

    EXCLUSIVE: Syrians In Ghouta Claim Saudi-Supplied Rebels Behind Chemical Attack

    The article above is surprisingly detailed – and less than convincing in my mind.

    It would not be difficult to dredge up articles “proving” Bosnians, rather than Serbs, were killing Bosnians and others in another gruesome war.

    Undoubtedly there were war criminal Bosnians but the main perps were the Serbians under Milosevec.

    The world is still paying a horrendous cost for long ago ethnic cleansings, many of which could have been prevented.

    Whether the U.S. should get involved is a different question than the truth of matters.


    Best,  Terry

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