If you want to know the truth about wars created by the US and NATO, read this article and WATCH the two short videos. This is a brand NEW report with crucial information gathered to show the deliberate activities the secret agencies and the politicians are involved in. This information proves that 6 million people have been killed in the last few decades from these policies. Keep in mind this information is not a right or left issue, it is a matter of good ethics and what our Constitution stands for in world affairs.
The second video details the new policies by Trump that are calling for safe zones and no fly zones in Syria, which were considered earlier to be a dangerous escalation leading to a direct confrontation with Russia. The end goal is to carve up Syria into several states like it was done in Serbia, creating the Balkan states. This means that we have been lied to and duped, thinking we would have peace after Russia destroyed most of the ISIS terrorists in Syria. The next stage is the deployment of US troops into Syria to help carve up that nation and precipitate the removal of the legally elected government of Assad. That means if Turkey resists the takeover of some of their land to the Kurds, the US troops will be fighting against Turkey. If the Syrians try to defend their land, US forces will fight against them as well. If the Iranians in the area are fighting with Turkey or defend Syria, they will also be targeted. The American troops will have enemies from several different locations, not even including ISIS. These confrontations have already begun, this is not theory or speculation, we have over 1,000 troops already deep inside Syria with several more thousand on the way. Other operations are being planned for neighboring countries, one being Yemen. This means that the people trying to stay independent in Yemen away from Saudi Arabia control will be attacked by US forces. And those people are receiving supplies and food from Iran. That means US forces may be fighting a proxy war against both Iran and Syria. Since the hostilities have ended in the largest city in Syria, Aleppo, the UN has stated that the amount of destruction to a city is the largest since World War 2. It is unknown how the Russians will respond to these latest actions. There are attacks against the capital city from terrorist cells almost on a daily basis. Israel also bombs the Damascus area every month hitting their military bases and warehouses. It is anyone's guess what is planned to oust Assad, assassinate him, or what kind of false flag will be employed for regime change.
By Kurt Nimmo
During his “thank you” tour in December, Donald Trump laid out his noninterventionist foreign policy.
“We will stop racing to topple foreign regimes that we know nothing about, that we shouldn’t be involved with,” Trump said. “Instead, our focus must be on defeating terrorism and destroying ISIS, and we will.”
This caveat—destroying amorphous terror groups (most created by nation states) that do not directly threaten America—diverges from the ideals established by Jefferson and Monroe. Jefferson urged “entangling alliances with none” and Monroe advised only going to war “when our rights are invaded, or seriously menaced.”
The Islamic State does not endanger our rights. Trump cited the Orlando and San Bernardino attacks during the campaign, but the government was unable to link the attacks directly to the terror group, only to people supposedly “inspired” or “radicalized” by the Islamic State. Omar Mateen complained about US foreign policy and the murder of Muslims, but this was underplayed by the propaganda media.
On Monday, Trump gave new authority to the CIA to run its drone program, a departure from the Obama administration policy of constraining the agency’s paramilitary role in the ever-expanding war on terror.
From The Wall Street Journal:
The new authority, which hadn’t been previously disclosed, represents a significant departure from a cooperative approach that had become standard practice by the end of former President Barack Obama’s tenure: The CIA used drones and other intelligence resources to locate suspected terrorists and then the military conducted the actual strike.
On paper at least, the Pentagon was supposed to report the number of people killed in drone strikes, while the CIA operates under “covert authorities” and is not required to do so. This renewed secrecy will allow the CIA extend its drone program.
While U.S. officials said Trump’s action specifically applied to the CIA’s ability to operate in Syria, it means the agency eventually could become empowered under Trump to once again conduct covert strikes in other places where the U.S. is targeting militants in Yemen, Libya, Somalia and elsewhere.