Critical Thinking Explains US Tactic To Destroy Syria

May 18, 2017 in News by RBN Staff


Source: WHTT

By hook or by crook

Reproduced from Critical Thinking from May 16, 2017

The Israeli/NATO plan to destabilise and destroy Syria as a nation state has been thwarted hitherto by the Syrian army, supported by Russia and some Kurdish forces but the Structural Elite are determined to keep pushing until they’ve achieved their objective. Now there are NATO “boots on the ground”, fighting alongside anti-Syrian government forces. 

Report: U.S., British Forces Enter Southern Syria Alongside Terrorists; Is A Bigger Battle Shaping Up? by Brandon Turbeville
Days after reports that Damascus was on high alert due to increased U.S. troop levels on the Jordanian border and an apparent preparation for an invasion from the south and southeast, the United States and Britain have indeed pushed into Syria from the very location earlier reports suggested would be used.
Fighting alongside jihadist terrorist organization, Jaysh Mughawr al-Thurah, a subsidiary of the Free Syrian Army, U.S. and British forces were filmed traveling through the Tanf border crossing in Homs governate. The troops were apparently heading towards the Hamimah area.

 UK and other special forces have been active in Syria from the outset of this fomented conflict to destroy yet another stable Middle Eastern country but thus far, Russia has been the major deterrent to the use of overt force. This latest reckless escalation is yet another “throw of the dice” which once again raises the prospect of direct confrontation with Russia.

 Banksters wars or the future of humanity? – that is the choice for each and every one of us. The first step is to expose the lies and share real information. Dissolving centralised power requires no violence but we must remove power from those who irresponsibly jeopardise our future. We are the source of their power – it is up to us to take it away by rejecting their false narratives and disengaging from their abusive and destructive system where we can.

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