Syria covert op: They had to dump Hillary and bring in KerrySeptember 7, 2013
Pushed and prodded by John Kerry-Heinz, the zombie from the Black Lagoon, the European Union has agreed to look carefully at the upcoming UN inspectors' report on chemical weapons.
The report will determine whether those weapons were deployed in Syria but NOT BY WHOM.
Perfect. The EU will learn nothing.
Kerry-Heinz said the EU has made a "strong statement." Good boy, John, you can come home now. Don't want to miss the Skull&Bones alumni meeting at Yale.
In his early days as Secretary of State, John is certainly proving himself to be an "activist" Secretary. He's doing all he can to elevate Obama to the status of "wartime President," which carries much more prestige than just a guy occupying the White House who can't create a job for Americans.
You see, since war/destabilization/chaos in Syria has been on the drawing board for some time, and since the relevant players knew this episode was coming, they wanted to get rid of Hillary.
She was embroiled in Benghazi. Not the best track record for urging war in Syria. CIA operatives, some of whom were apparently operating under State Department cover, were busy transferring weapons in Libya to terrorists who were fighting against Assad in Syria. Hmm. Better to avoid that connection.
And Hillary subsequently confirmed her handlers' doubts about her. She showed her uncontrolled rage during Benghazi testimony before Congress: "What difference, at this point, does it make?" she exclaimed, referring to the question of who killed Chris Stevens, Sean Smith, Tyrone Woods, and Glen Doherty.
Imagine this sort of press coverage: "Today, Secretary of State Hillary what-difference-does-it-make Clinton said, 'Of course we have to attack Syria. Launch the missiles now.' Is she saying, one more time, 'what difference does it make who used chemical weapons?'"
So they dumped Hillary and dug Kerry-Heinz out of mothballs, dusted him off, propped him up, wound his clock, and sent him into the diplomatic fray.
It's a close call to decide whether people are more fed up with Kerry now or when he ran for President. He keeps pushing the line: OF COURSE Assad used chemical weapons. But where is the evidence?
It's classified. The war, however, won't be. It'll be out in the open unless the attacks on Syria turn out to be much more extensive than we've been led to believe. The quick strike in and out, the token message of punishment, might be a ruse.So Kerry is Obama's wartime consigliere. Obama is now acting in a conciliatory manner. Kerry is carrying the water for a missile attack. He's the hardliner.
Speaking of water, and in case you don't think things are insane enough, ex-State Department advisor, William Polk, claims that global warming is a major cause of civil war in Syria. Drought, farmers, conflict. Therefore, our failure to act on the false science of manmade warming makes it our fault that we're on the brink of war today.
With 50,000 employees and an annual budget of $50 billion, the State Department could possibly trim its activities and budget to, let's see, ZERO. How about that? No more dinners and cocktail parties. No more squab and champagne. No more CIA agents and Globalist operatives working under that false cover.
Kerry could go home, take care of his recovering wife, and worry about moving his boat from dock to dock to avoid taxes.
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