US President can’t make up his mind

NPP has left a new comment on your post “How to survive the chemical onslaught on our bodie…“: 

Tap. Raw milk ditto. I live close to one of the few raw milk suppliers in the UK. Liquorice stick toothbrush. Stopped using shampoo maybe 5-6 years ago. Avoided doctors and dentist for may be 10 years – I had a discussion with my self, with my cells: we no longer invite unease!

Great stuff on the Syrian business. I have been busy, but clocking in every now and then and noting excellent articles, comments… thumbs up Tap. It all helps. It is particularly encouraging to see the likes of Graham Hancock voicing support for peaceful intentions, his recent newsletter:

“I am pleased to see that the macho posturing and muscle-flexing of Hague and Cameron in Britain has been somewhat reigned in after their embarrassingly belated realisation that the British people do not AT ALL support the lunatic idea of missile strikes and bombing raids on Syria. Further details here:
http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-politics-23879744.
See also here:
http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-politics-23862114.
There are those amongst our politicians who imagine that it will make them look “like men” if they “act tough”. The truth, however, is that the only act of real political courage in the face of massive pressure from the US and Israel will be to take a principled decision NOT to send the bombers and missiles to Syria. Bombs and missiles do not make peace and the death of a fellow human being is a death whatever weapon it is caused by, or whoever fires that weapon. All the more so in the Syria crisis which is so ringed around with ideology, lies and special pleading from all sides that it is impossible to know what the truth is about anything. The safest bet, since they lie about everything else is to assume that our politicians are lying to us about Syria as well.

I am as disgusted with President Obama as I am with our little men here in Britain. This is a President who won the Nobel Peace Prize for goodness sake!! If he had possessed any moral integrity when it was awarded to him so early in his Presidency, before he had done anything, he would have refused it and said something like “let’s wait and see how I do”. Well, we’ve seen how he has done. Another moral coward. Another liar. If he sends the bombers and missiles to Syria he should be stripped of that prize. I understand as of today he is claiming to be still “undecided” about “retaliatory action” against Syria
http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-middle-east-23875121
and
http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/worldnews/northamerica/usa/10272874/Barack-Obama-warns-of-Syria-chemical-weapons-threat-to-US.html

Let us hope that public opinion will sway him also and this mad plan will be called off.

There are grave problems and grave issues at stake in Syria. We need to help the people of the region solve those problems. Bombing them and hitting them with missiles is not the way to solve anything. Love is what is needed here, not more hate. 

TAP – He’s coming under criticism and needs to keep his head down for a day or two.  With Cameron reeling, he can’t make Syrian intervention look like a done deal any more.  No doubt a nasty false flag or sunk US ship would help him out nicely.  They sank the Liberty, and ensured no survivors.  They’re bound to have another try.

CHRISAnyone else believe that this Panorama video being pushed by the BBC, using the heading ‘Syria crisis: Incendiary bomb victims like the walking dead’, at the very least, seems to be somewhat dubious? A very selective use of convenient chemical masks by some but not by others? Shades of over acting possibly?

http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-23892594 

TAP – Just the kind of material to be expected.  the full horror show on a nightly basis until we cave in and demand war from our masters.  Lots of make-up, use of actors, all the skills perfected by Hollywood will be on display to try to draw us in.

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2 Responses to “US President can’t make up his mind”

  1. Chris Jones says:

    Anyone else believe that this Panorama video being pushed by the BBC, using the heading ‘Syria crisis: Incendiary bomb victims like the walking dead’, at the very least, seems to be somewhat dubious? A very selective use of convenient chemical masks by some but not by others? Shades of over acting possibly?

    http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-23892594

  2. Anonymous says:

    Any more of that type of thinking Tap, and readers may think you had a sneak look at Wellaware1 in the past.

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