Tony Cartalucci – If the US Loses Syria, the US Loses its Empire
The US’ increasingly unhinged rhetoric reached a new level of absurdity this week as US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton called on Western nations and their Arab proxies to ”make it clear that Russia and China will pay a price because they are holding up progress” in regards to the US’ premeditated campaign of terrorism and violent regime change in Syria.
The global hegemony of Wall Street and London has been built behind a facade of ”human rights,” ”freedom,” and ”democracy.” As these principles are eroded back home in the West, their use for dressing up otherwise naked imperialism, corporate monopolization, and military aggression abroad has become overt and increasingly ineffective.
While the US Secretary of State attempts to blame Russia and China for ”holding up progress” in the West’s campaign of premeditated destabilization in Syria, it is more likely that the West’s own loss of legitimacy is the true reason it has not successfully convinced the world to go along with what is increasingly appearing to be a self-serving and very untenable agenda.
Should the US fail in its attempts to overthrow the government of Syria, and quite likely even if it does manage to succeed at this late hour, so much damage has been done to the West’s credibility, as well as to the credibility of its allegedly independent institutions, that future gambits will be even more difficult to execute.
Clinton: Russia & China will ‘pay price’ for supporting Assad
Paul Sheldon Foote, a Middle East expert from California State University
CIA spies in Turkey, Arab monarchies direct arms flow to gangs in Syria: Tarpley
Turkey, Saudi Arabia, Qatar funding terrorists: Syria’s parliament speaker
Syria’s parliament speaker has criticized Turkey, Saudi Arabia and Qatar for fueling the unrest in his country by supporting armed groups fighting against the government, Press TV reports.
In an exclusive interview with Press TV, Mohammed Jihad al-Laham said on Friday that the three countries fund and arm terrorist groups fighting against the government of President Bashar al-Assad.
‘Foreign intervention must be stopped in Syria’
World powers talk and meet to determine the resolution of the Syria crisis; however, of these top level meetings purposefully exclude Syrian representation.
Press TV in its Middle East Today program has interviewed the head of al-Tahrir Party’s media office, Dr. Bakash about agreements made by foreign powers over Syria versus the Syrian’s demand to allow Syria to sort out its own internal issues without foreign intervention.
Syrian troops clear Khan Sheikhun in Idlib of armed groups
Geneva agreement acceptable to Syrian government: Analyst, Press TV has conducted an interview with Talib Ibrahim, political activist
‘Syrians can determine their own destiny: Analyst, Press TV has conducted an interview with George Jabour, political analyst
Syria Is Triumphant, But Turkey Wants To Shuffle The Cards Some More
The vitality, determination, and strength of the Syrian regime has startled foreign observers. The Syrian resistance against NATO, GCC, Israel, and their terrorist proxies shows no signs of stopping. But Washington wants Assad dead, and the regime gone, so we should be on the lookout for future acts of deception and aggression from the United States, England, Turkey, Saudi Arabia, Qatar, and Israel.
Syria should be ready for anything coming its way.