It is a fact that we are all at our jobs 24/7, but some of us have a heightened level of alertness. To help you understand if you are one of those lucky ones, here are three reasons why.
First, the government has decided to air-bomb the country of syria, an ally of the US in the Middle East. The reason I put this here is because this is a very, very old tactic, dating back to the Cold War. The tactic was often used to get rid of undesirables (people who were seen as a threat both to the government and the US).
On September 27th, 2012 President Obama ordered air strikes against Syria and the rebels on the ground. The air strikes were initially claimed to be in response to a chemical attack by militants. The actual purpose of the strikes was to destroy what was seen as a military site in the mountains that was seen as being used to store chemical weapons. The US government had stated by the end of 2012 that they were planning to use chemical weapons on a terrorist group that had been using it for years.
The US government said that they were launching a “limited military strike” against Syria in response to chemical use last year. The US government also claimed that the strike was in response to a chemical attack in an area not far from where the chemical attack took place.
The incident took place in the city of Homs, where a man named Abu Ghraib was found guilty of trying to poison his wife with a chemical weapon. The incident was a huge embarrassment for the Syrian government and it resulted in the US government calling it a “redline” moment. The US government also claimed that the chemical attack was part of a broader US campaign to degrade Syrian President Bashar al-Assad’s forces.
It’s still unclear exactly what happened. The chemical attack was claimed to be part of a chemical weapons attack, and the US government was accused of using the chemical attack as a way to degrade the Syrian government.
The first few episodes of russian air strike really weren’t enough to satisfy the curiosity of the Syrian people, and they were also a huge embarrassment for the Syrian people because they got all kinds of stupid assholes into russian air strikes, and not just the US government, but some other foreign government agents.
The Syrian people have a right to know the facts on what happened in russia and what happened in syria. The US government was clearly trying to undermine the Syrian government and create a pretext for another intervention, so it must be a big mistake for the US to now be trying to sabotage Syrian democracy. If they werent, they would find more than enough evidence to prove the opposite. However, that does not excuse the Syrian people from asking questions.
The Syrian people have the right to know the facts. The US government is clearly trying to undermine the Syrian government and create a pretext for a military intervention, so it must be a big mistake for the US to now be trying to sabotage Syrian democracy. They were clearly trying to destabilize the Syrian government, which is why the US intervention became necessary. However, that doesn’t excuse the Syrian people from asking questions.
russia is a country that has a history of foreign interference. It is the largest country to go bankrupt, and it has been on a path of internal decay for many years if not decades. The US is the biggest supporter and backer of Assad, and also the country that has been trying to destabilize Syria for many years. What are they trying to do? To do what? The US has been trying to destabilize countries for years, and has had success.