Syria - Was it planned for us to easily defeat Obama politically?Submitted by j_texan on Tue, 09/10/2013 - 01:00
With all of the talk about Syria over the last few weeks, and what seems to be at the moment an apparent victory from those of us that do not believe in endless wars, my hypothetical question is, was it planned this way?
Don’t get me wrong, I enjoy having this movement gaining ground, people waking up to the tyranny that surrounds them and having meaningful debate about the use of the military and war. I am an Air Force veteran and most of the people I was stationed with were Ron Paul supporters. We, for the most part, have the same constitutional views for the use of the military.
What bothers me right now is that this victory seems to have been easily won. We all have fought long, hard battles in the political process, with legislation and waking people up. What made this issue so much different? Did the American people wake up? Based on history and what I see online and offline I doubt it.
This time around, world leaders rejected America and its use of military force in violating national sovereignty. Neo-conservative talking heads got behind being against military action in Syria? Why? Why did the talking heads get behind what we were pushing? Could this fight against military action in Syria have been won without the talking heads and many in the media and Hollywood turning on Obama? I doubt it. I have a pretty good idea of the strength of our numbers nationwide. While people are waking up, I don’t see corresponding areas where people are waking up. This seems to be a very isolated issue. A victory…probably yes, but isolated.
With the governments control of nearly all areas of the media except the alternative news sources, I can’t help to think that if the military, members of congress and the media are turning on Obama…and what looks like turning on big government, something is up. Are being played for fools? I am not exactly sure. However, I cannot see how with all of the government control over these groups that they would be allowed to turn unless it was planned.
The question then becomes, what is their plan? Why make Obama, Biden and Kerry look like utter fools to their supporters and allies? We know they are sociopaths, liars and idiots but their supporters see them quite differently. Is this part of a plan to further create an atmosphere that is ripe for the poor to riot? Is the plan to alienate the US from the rest of the world so that oil gets decoupled from the dollar and our economy collapses overnight? Is this part of a plan for the US to not be taken seriously and give regional hegemons greater influence over world affairs?
I don’t want to belittle any victory that we might have. I do want us to keep an open mind as to what is happening behind the curtain. Nothing is ever as it seems. A seemingly easy victory may not be a victory at all but rather putting us into a position where we are assisting the enemy with their goals.
Before this article gets attacked I want to be clear. I am against war in Syria. No war is a victory for us. Obama, Biden, and Kerry looking like fools and exposing them as the liars they are is also a victory for us. Getting people to start understanding that government is not the answer is another victory for us. My point though is Brzezinski has already admitted it is becoming hard for them to do what they want because of the internet, such as attacking Syria. Since this is the case, it is highly plausible that they will try to give us victories, deceiving us into thinking we are gaining ground, so that they can maintain control of what we are spending our time on fighting, where we have victories, whom we align with and ultimately maintain control of the conversation by framing it in their terms and still discrediting us for trying to expose what the mainstream media won’t touch.
We haven't won the victory yet. It looks like we might, however Obama is set on doing what he wants without the Constitution. Congress could either not vote or vote no and he still decide to do it against the will of the American people. I can't believe any politician is that stupid, since they all make decisions out of fear. Any issue such as this that gets this much support against it is easily taken off the table. We still have work to do and must remain vigilant to what their real motives are.
Is there anything that we can learn from these victories that will help us in the future? Does the DP community think I am off base here or should we be asking why the potential easy victory?