Syria: Barack Obama’s White House at War from Within via @CWJonesIII

Syria: Barack Obama’s White House at War from Within

By: Chip Jones on September 3, 2013

While political pundits scratch their heads about the seeming Presidential about-face on Syria, a story of conflict emerges from within the White House. While heated debate rages on about allegations Bashar Assad’s Syrian government used sarin gas against rebel strong-holds, a different debate is raging within the cloistered halls of the White House, which has functionally handcuffed an already weak-kneed President.

On one side of the argument is the President himself, whose sole personal and international ally is Turkey.

Turkey’s immediate interest is to see the al Assad regime toppled, because of its self-interest in controlling the regional gas supplies. Syria holds one of the world’s largest reserves of natural gas on the planet. Strategically, it is in Turkey’s interest to partner with the rebels to overthrow Assad, and provide the pipeline to the Mediterranean to ship gas to a petroleum starved world. This plan is also backed by the Qatar and, oddly Israel.

Then to support this, we look to our new CIA Director, John Brennan who has well-known “pro Saudi Arabia” leanings.

The Saudi’s have had open animosity with Iran, even to the point of favoring a pro-Israeli policy. So, our pro-Saudi (anti-Iran) CIA Director favors policy supporting the Syrian rebels, while Assad finds support form Iran, and Russia.

This alone draws into question “intelligence reports” that assert beyond a shadow of a doubt, Assad’s fingerprints on the chemical weapons. We also have Secretary of State John Kerry championing Brennan’s factually flawed, and geo-politically motivated intelligence, supporting a tactical-intervention by the US against Assad’s assets. This developed into the now virtual fait accomplis of a US attack on Syrian rebels.

Then, in walks “president by proxy” Valerie Jarrett.

A simple look at her pedigree shows her sympathies fall toward Iran. Valerie was born in Shiraz, Iran, to parents who lived there for years. Little more need be said about her alliances, but what is of interest here is the breadth of her power. In the face of administration stated policy, walked out by Secretary of State John Kerry, and supported from behind by CIA Director, and in the shadow of the President’s own personal allegiance to Turkey, the battle was waged and obviously won by Valerie Jarrett.

A President who had already made his intentions clear that he would unilaterally authorize the attack of Syrian arms sites took a walk in the Rose Garden with his Chief of Staff, Denis McDonough. At the end of that walk, the President made an about-face, and turned decision-making over to Congress.

It is clear. The noses are counted. The Sunday talk shows had Congressional leaders on & the votes are not there to take offensive action against Syria. To blunt the embarrassment that President Obama will experience, he did not call Congress back into session to deal with his issue in a pressing manner.

Two weeks of media silence, Barack Obama once again shows his eager support of Islamic fanatics during yet another war, the Congress is allowed debate, and will likely a vote “not to attack Syria” and the citizen apathy that three weeks engenders a victory — for President Valerie Jarrett, once again.

via @CWJonesIII

https://conservativereport.org/obama-white-house-at-war-from-within/

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Comment by Jerseygal on September 4, 2013 at 5:18pm

Thanks for posting this, Robin.  Chip hit it out of the park again!  Tweeting it out!

Comment by Robyn Taylor on September 4, 2013 at 5:33pm

Oh dear, here we go again. Hang on folks!!!!!!

Comment by Dennis Bartlett on September 4, 2013 at 7:11pm

I'm just wondering if there is any doubt here that the Republicans would vote yes on this "very limited" piece of war or is it a police action ?

The folks here at home are against this action knowing that it will eventually lead to something more .

The Saudis ,Turks and others want us to do the dirty deed and I would guess were I in that position I'd want the same . Why get a bloody nose if someone else is willing to get it for you ?

Comment by Jodi180 on September 4, 2013 at 9:39pm

Connecting the dots....the more dots you connect, the clearer the picture.

Arab spring and democracy, my....

Comment by Dennis Bartlett on September 4, 2013 at 11:38pm

You're right Jodi , We have to look at the whole picture and not just Syria . Each day my thoughts of a false flag grow stronger .
It's much like 1984 . Those that read it are now seeing it in real time . What will happen by 2014 ?

Comment by Jodi180 on September 5, 2013 at 9:39am

Don't forget their plan, Dennis.....overload the system.

Man, we need millions to wake up.

Comment by tom dodd on September 5, 2013 at 9:43am

 

"...we need millions to wake up."

...AND THEY need to wake up in a very short period of time!

 

Comment by Dennis Bartlett on September 5, 2013 at 7:31pm

Overloading the system is working very well for them . Anyone that can't see it has  deficient gray matter .

Look at what we're talking about today and it sure isn't the scandals of yesterday .

Comment by tom dodd on September 5, 2013 at 8:35pm

 

...IS THIS really a distraction, or merely another item to put on the list of offenses, wrongs, and disloyalty?  I don't think this is a distraction for those who are paying attention... WHEN with "my people," Syria is a one-liner, then it's on to what's more important and immediate...

...FOR THOSE who aren't paying attention, I'm not sure they're even aware of Syria.  IF THIS IS a distraction, it's only because the talking heads in the media are running with it... for those of us here, I don't think it's much more than a talking point before moving on to the next post...

...IT'S only a distraction if it causes us to stop doing what we've been doing.

 

Comment by Dennis Bartlett on September 5, 2013 at 10:24pm

Tom , It is a distraction and we are a minority when it comes to the scandals . Just watch NBC or ABC . The scandals are phony to them and their followers buy it . It really doesn't matter what we think , it is those that are on the other side with the most power .

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