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Does anyone else see the absurd hypocrisy in this?

This is if the claims are even true that the Syrian gov killed over a 1000 people in a chemical weapons attack.

Egypt's military just slaughtered over a thousand innocent people and we haven't even cut aid to the country...let alone thrown some sanctions in their direction. Assad supposedly used chemical weapons and killed over a thousand citizens and we're ready to launch a full scale military assault against the country.

Am i missing something? Isn't every human life just as precious as the other? Shouldn't there be some sort of consistency in a flawed foreign policy of intervention?

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Obama and the rest of the NWO want thermonuclear war.

They figure they will survive in their bunkers and underground bases while the rest of us either die or are too weak to resist. Then, they will have total control. Mad? Most definitely; but we are dealing with really evil people here, far worse than those portrayed in fiction.

Think about the murals at the Denver Airport and the Georgia Guidestones.These are not fantasy, they are very real and in plain sight.

If you think they could not survive in a radioactive world, think again. If Lt. Colonel Tom Bearden, a nuclear and scalar weapons expert, is correct, nuclear fallout can be decontaminated very quickly.
We already know the government "cleaned up" the BP spill in the Gulf of Mexico using some of the most toxic natural compounds known, even though it had previously been demonstrated than nontoxic materials could do a much better job, as they did off Santa Barbara, California during the Nixon years. The Japanese government allowed Fukushima Daiichi to use a flawed reactor design, with disastrous results, when much safer designs were available. So, is it really unthinkable to believe the NWO would not wage a war and kill most of the world's population to maintain control?

It certainly appears as if gas has been used

but which side used it and why is the U.S. the party who must police this action? Allow the involved parties, particularly a so called ally of ours who is in my view the provocateur in this whole affair, to take care of it. They want the flight path open to reach Iran, let them earn it. The oil pipeline mentioned in other post would be an added benefit for these money changing war mongers but do it without our funding or blood.

There are no politicians or bankers in foxholes.

Difference between rebels and civilians..

Hint: There is probably no difference.

Think about this for a second... It just dawned on me yesterday.

Our government stirs up unrest and incites revolution in these far off countries.

Who are the revolutionaries? Mostly just regular people like me and you... citizens / civilians.

After radicalizing civilians into anti-government rebels via covert ops, our government is quick to flip the script and cry "OMG Assad is attacking civilians with chemical weapons!"

I don't doubt that the Syrian government is at war with rebels. Just remember that these rebels (AKA civilians) are taking part in a revolution that was incited by our government.

tele-entertainers like . . .

Glenn Beck have a lot to answer for--

it's hard to be awake; it's easier to dream--

What's worse

What's worse is there was a slaughter of Kurds in Northern Syria by the rebels and the mainstream media ignored this completely. The Kurds support Assad apparently.

Want to see hypocrisy

Want to see hypocrisy squared? Go read a page of Huffington Post comments on the topic. Luke warm comments at best against another war in the Middle East. The days of Keith Olberman ranting day and night against Bush's wars are long gone.

I think you maybe confusing

Government foreign policy, with Military Industrial Banking foreign policy.

Strange,,,??? I thought they

Strange,,,??? I thought they were one and the same?

“Any man who thinks he can be happy and prosperous by letting the government take care of him better take a closer look at the American Indian.” ― Henry Ford.

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Follow the money.

Hope Russia and China are cut in on all these oil base deals or its, "Katy, bar the door!"

its 'cos I owe ya, my young friend...
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Yep. You're missing the point

Yep. You're missing the point that Qatar wants to build a LNG pipeline through Syria and can't do it as long as the Assad/Russian alliance controls the region.

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Murdoch, Cheney, Rothschild Oil Exploration Contract

Murdoch, Cheney, Rothschild U.S.-Israeli Company Authorized to Drill Oil in Occupied Syrian Golan Heights

The Israeli Ministry of Energy and Water Resources has awarded the U.S.-Israeli company “Genie Energy” a license for oil exploration in the Syrian Golan Heights, occupied by Israel since the 1967 Six Day War and annexed in 1981.

(The company that won the exploration license includes as shareholders Rupert Murdoch and Jacob Rothschild. Former U.S Vice President, Republican Dick Cheney works for the company as adviser.)

The timing of the license awarding has stirred mitigated responses.


If Wars Can Be Started by Lies, They Can Be Stopped By Truth.

I hear ya

and my question was somewhat rhetorical in nature. I just don't see how the american people don't see the true nature of these interventions. Egypt's massacre literally happened a few days before this. How absurd does this stuff have to get before people wake up and say "hey somethings not quite right here"...????