Syria: The Next Iraq

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By Anthony Kort of the Kort Report.

After all of the lies that the people of the United States and the world endured during the Bush-Cheney years, some might think there would be less of a chance that history would be able to repeat itself so soon. Any self-proclaimed liberal, democrat, or anyone who was against invading Iraq based on false intelligence that supported Obama as a solution should be eating their hat by now. “Anyone but Bush,” they said. “ANYONE!”  “A HAM SANDWICH,” some even said…Then they propped up John Kerry, a member of the infamous skull and bones who allowed Bush the win to continue the U.S. footprint in Iraq.

During a planned announcement Monday, Secretary of State John Kerry, said:

“What we saw in Syria last week should shock the conscience of the world,” said Kerry. “It defies any code of morality. Let me be clear: The indiscriminate slaughter of civilians, the killing of women and children and innocent bystanders by chemical weapons is a moral obscenity. By any standard, it is inexcusable. And despite the excuses and equivocations that some have manufactured, it is undeniable.”[1]

This comes from the same man who campaigned against George W. Bush’s administration’s war mongering and somehow found a weapon of mass destruction in Iraq himself that nobody else had ever seen as he claimed in the segment below.

In a previous statement made by President Obama, he criticized the same exact scenario that he is now supporting in Syria, but against escalating the war in Iraq: “We cannot impose a military solution on what is effectively a civil war…”

A breaking report by Anthony Gucciardi of StoryLeak has recently revealed that the U.S. has previously aided Saddam Hussein’s chemical attacks against Iran through declassified documents.[2]

Former Defense Secretary Donald Rumsfeld even cited Hussein’s use of chemical weapons against the Iranians, which we now know were U.S. approved, as a reason to fear they would be used against US troops when attempting to deflect allegations of WMD lies by former CIA analyst, Ray McGovern. (Below)

“When I vote to give the President of the United States the authority to use force, if necessary, to disarm Saddam Hussein, it is because I believe that a deadly arsenal of weapons of mass destruction in his hands is a threat, and a grave threat, to our security and that of our allies in the Persian Gulf region. I will vote yes because I believe it is the best way to hold Saddam Hussein accountable.” —Sen. John F. Kerry (D, MA), Oct. 9,2002 Congressional Record — Sen. John F. Kerry

The USA used this exact scenario that blamed Assad’s government for using chemical weapons to aid the Syrian rebels earlier this year. There was also evidence discovered that put the blame on the use of chemicals on the rebels when a U.N. human rights investigators gathered testimony from casualties of Syria’s civil war and medical staff indicating that it was rebel forces that used the sarin gas.[3]

In a previous report of mine from March of this year, I speculated on the political patterns in the Middle East that pointed to a possible false flag attack to be used for rationalizing a US led invasion into Syria.

See’s recent interview with Tyrel Ventura, of Buzzsaw and Conspiracy Theory, where he gives his views on the current situation brewing in Syria and much more!




One thought on “Syria: The Next Iraq

  1. The duplicity is only too obvious here. The Obama backers should be on the streets with any real american, One article I am not seeing anywhere to help put this in context is a story out of Turkey at the end of May this year. Here is one reference:

    Its just a small story about the turkish police arresting some al nusra tourists who just happenned to have sarin gas in their baggage along with their swim fins.

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