FAST FIVE: Three Deep State Confessions On Syria
Amanpour, it must be remembered, was married to former US Assistant Secretary of State James Rubin (until 2018), who further advised both President Obama and former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton.
Washington was “actively looking for a new Syrian leader” looong before the civil war in Syria began pic.twitter.com/3wOrtl29Od – In the NOW (@IntheNow_tweet) November 1, 2019 “Mr President you know the rhetoric of regime change is headed towards you from the United States.
How is it that Robert Ford, one of the architects of the Islamist insurgency in #Syria and a man who tirelessly campaigned for the Al-Qaeda tied Ahrar Al-Sham to replace the Assad government, is now being so realistic and actually talking sense.
“The panel featured the two co-chairs of the Syria Study Group, a bi-partisan working group appointed by Congress to draft a new US war plan for Syria,” The Grayzone's Ben Norton wrote of the below clip: She made it a point to stress that this sovereign Syrian land “owned” by Washington also happened to be “resource-rich,” the “economic powerhouse of Syria, so where the hydrocarbons are- as well as the agricultural powerhouse.” At a US gov-funded think tank, this official who oversaw Congress' Syria Study Group outlines the continued regime-change strategy.
We are “preventing reconstruction aid and technical expertise from going back into Syria,” she stressed in her statement. America is not finished, apparently, and it's likely to get a lot uglier than merely seizing the oil.