Syria Could Become a Rallying Point Against the Banksters

Monday, September 2, 2013
By Paul Martin

Dave Hodges
TheCommonSenseShow.com
September 2, 2013

For a brief moment, Obama and his banker bosses met the world and the world punched Obama in the mouth. Through our collective efforts, with regard to Syria, average people have made every elitist banker blink and these gangsters have temporarily backed up. However a man’s work is never done, because what do military historians advise generals to do following a big victory? They advise them to follow up on that victory and smash their enemy. This is precisely what humanity needs to do with regard to the recent positive events involving Obama’s plans to attack Syria.

We Have Bought About Two Months Of Time

Both my insider sources and some of my prominent colleagues in the alternative media are now reporting that Obama may have to wait as long as eight weeks, or more, to launch a decisive military strike against Syria. To our foreign friends and our fellow countrymen, I say take a bow as we have won some breathing room, but we must press on.

Syrian Officials Waste No Time Claiming Victory

Syria’s official newspaper, al-Thawra, stated in a front-page editorial on Saturday that “Obama announced yesterday, directly or through implication, the beginning of the historic American retreat.” Syrian Deputy Foreign Minister Faisal Mekdad stated that Obama is showing signs of indecision. Even the British Parliament rejected the Obama war initiative against Syria.

Recent polls show that American citizens are against this war by a 9 to 1 ratio. One of the major players in what was to be the upcoming attacks, France, has been clamoring for war against Syria for quite some time. France loss control over Syria in 1946 as they were unable to hold onto their colony following World War II. Of course, the French have not won a military battle since the early 19th century and with Obama meeting significant roadblocks, they are unwilling to enter the conflict alone. This is a wise choice for the French, because they simply couldn’t fight their way out of a wet paper bag. For the moment, the Assad led Syrian government remains in power.

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