Tuesday, October 9, 2012

NATO Uses Turkey, Who Uses Free Syrian Army, To Self-Authorize NATO Attack On Syria

[This Israeli government spokesman is appealing to the world to accept the proposition that any stray bullets or shells coming across the border from Syria are an "attack" upon Turkey, and by extension, an attack upon NATO. This statement is intended to back-up the recent Turkish Parliament authorization for military operations inside Syria. So Turkey is now ready to do what Israel has been afraid to do, go to war against Syria.

It would almost seem as though Israel and Turkey had planned all of this from the beginning, were it not for that ugly little incident with the Gaza Flotilla and the IDF attack upon the MV Mavi Marmara aid ship, on May 31 2010. Less than one year later, in March or April 2011. the civil war was beginning inside Syria.

Is it more likely that two bitter antagonists could completely reverse their animosity in less than a year, to suddenly emerge united with one purpose, or is it more reasonable to assume that Israel and Turkey were secretly working hand-in-glove all along?

The anti-Syria project is part of the Greater Middle East strategy of the United States. Therefore, we are at this critical juncture in the anti-Syrian project (Israel supporting Turkey's call for NATO intervention, while Obama appears to be cautioning against it) because that has been the plan all along, to give the President the appearance of having "clean hands." Either that, or this has been an Israeli operation from the beginning, to force Turkey and the US/NATO into eliminating Syria for Israel. For that matter, you would then have to credit the Israelis for the entire Greater Middle East project, even though the whole thing fell apart when US/NATO forces failed to pile-on on the side of Israel against Hezbollah in 2006. If Israelis had been in charge of the terror war at that time, Syria would have been bombed back to the Stone Age long ago. Therefore, the only reasonable assumption to make is that Israel has been handling the CIA's dirty work in laying the groundwork for this latest anti-Syrian operation, in order to maintain plausible deniability for Washington. Read More