Martin Luther King Jr.

Our government asks us to remember the terrorist attacks of September 11, 2001 when we are screened and groped at the airport. They ask us to remember 9/11 when we follow procedure to get a bank account. They want us to remember 9/11 when they tell us they need to use warrantless searches and wiretaps and spy on our phone calls for “safety”. Today they ask us to forget 9/11 as they attempt to arm and support Al-Qaeda1 in Syria. This is not something we at Ary Global Foreign Policy Journal can do.  We can not support dishonoring the sovereignty of another nation to aid a force singing praises of Osama bin Laden2 and slaughtering Christians3.

Remember this: While shuffling the names of men to blow up every morning on “Terror Tuesday”4 5 like a mad man, Barack Obama has a bust6 of Martin Luther King JR in his office watching what has been called the fruition of his dream and legacy.

We may only have days, or less before our country bombs Syria. Here at this journal, we have been concerned about this statement by General Wesley Clark for some time, and it is even more urgent now:

Contact your representatives in congress and demand they vote no on authorization for war.

Citations:

1. Obama backed rebels name brigade Osama bin-Laden

2. Obama backed rebels celebrate 9/11

3. Obama funded rebels behead Christians

4. “Terror Tuesday” Drone Strikes

5. Out of Sight Out of Mind Interactive Drone Strike Map

6. Oval Office Bust of MLK

Links:

Obama funding rebels beheading Christians, using child soldiers

Obama backed rebels praise bin-Laden

FSA rebels name brigade Osama bin Laden

US-backed terrorists behead 40 Syrians including baby

MLK Bust

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Syria

The United States government is currently in support of waging a war in the interest of non-American Bankers against a secular democracy. The American media has been for the last few months, referring to the government of Syria as the “Assad Regime”. Syria has a democratically elected government. The use of the word regime insinuates dictatorship, a sentiment which fails to be supported by facts. Their government could arguably be called corrupt or opposed to the United States, but that does not equate them with a form of government that they are not.

The so called rebels in Syria are Al-Qaeda linked groups, a fact which our government and several members of Congress admit.1 These rebels have been slaughtering Christian villages and Assad forces have been stopping them.2

Today Saudi backed Syrian rebels claim that they set off Saudi supplied chemical weapons by mistake.3 This on the same day that John Kerry and President Obama continue to blame Assad. The President of the United States on the other hand seems to be disregarding the Constitutional restrictions of his office by claiming that he can decide to go to war, even while congress is not in session. Article one of the United States Constitution clearly states that it is Congress that has the authority to declare war.4 On the President going to war, candidate Obama said: The President does not have power under the Constitution to unilaterally authorize a military attack in a situation that does not involve stopping an actual or imminent threat to the nation.”5 This begs the question, is the United States still operating under the constitution? The President has demonstrated that he is not ignorant of Article one of the Constitution, just willing to ignore it. While our government de-legitimizes itself more every day by breaking its own laws and ignoring our civil liberties, it wants us to support it in violating the liberties of the people of the sovereign state of Syria. It wants us to believe that launching cruise missiles against Syria (which will kill civilians) is a necessary response to dead civilians (a la Bill Clinton bombing aspirin factory).

Our government wants us to remember 9/11 when we are groped at the airport and are stripped of our liberties, but want us to forget 9/11 while our government arms Al-Qaeda in Syria and argues for war against a democracy.

The important question in this and any matter of importance is “cui bono?’ The answer is international bankers. The United States has been systematically supporting the overthrow of debt free independent governments who owe nothing to the International Monetary Fund. For example, immediately after coming into power in Egypt Morsi agreed to a $4.8 billion IMF loan.6 When these nations inevitably cannot repay their loans they usually forfeit land, give special deals to American companies or privatize natural resources such as water as repayment.

These are wars of plunder, but President Obama also benefits personally. Every major scandal has disappeared from the news. The NSA scandal, the IRS scandal, and the Benghazi scandal, are all gone. Every single one connected to higher and higher Obama administration officials have disappeared from the airwaves just as Clinton scandals did during the Kosovo conflict.

Wars of plunder and distraction.


Citations:

1. Syria Al-Qaeda Connection

2. Obama backed Al-Qaeda rebels kill Christians

3. Saudi Supplied Syrian Rebels Admit Gas Attack

4. Article One of the U.S. Constitution

5. Candidate Obama quotes Constitution, President Obama ignores it

6. Reuters on Egypt IMF deal

Links:

1. John Perkins Confessions of an Economic Hitman