Kerry Slams Syria Deal, Pushes Idea of Attacking

Insists Syria’s Pledge to Hand Over Arms Not Good Enough

Syria has ratified the Chemical Weapons Convention (CWC) and promised to move forward with a plan within 30 days on the destruction of its chemical arsenal, which will be placed under international control for the duration of its (likely long) process of dismantling them.
Instead of treating the deal as a movie-style happy ending, Secretary of State John Kerry is grousing about the war it has apparently foiled, lashing the deal as “not enough” while pushing the idea that the US might still attack Syria unilaterally in spite of the deal, seemingly just for the heck of it.
Kerry says President Assad’s agreement to the standard international process of dismantling chemical weapons is totally unacceptable because Syria “isn’t standard,” and insists that the US attack could still happen if Assad doesn’t agree to some totally unspecified, less realistic timetable.
The 30 days isn’t something Assad just made up, either, but actually an explicit part of the CWC, just one that annoys Kerry personally, since after several weeks of pushing for a war based on a putative violation of “international norms,” he insists the norms don’t apply to Syria anyhow.
Though some analysts are presenting this as Kerry “testing” the seriousness of the deal in talks with Russia, it is reading more as an attempt to sabotage it outright. With Kerry the primary proponent of the hugely unpopular war that now isn’t happening, the chip on his shoulder and his decision to spurn diplomacy just read like sour grapes.
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8 Responses to “Kerry Slams Syria Deal, Pushes Idea of Attacking”

  1. Anonymous says:

    Why can’t he just admit that the Zionists want Syria’s resources, a Rothschild central bank setting up, a loyal NWO stooge replacing Assad, and a few military bases setting up for even further Israel/American control of the middle-east.

  2. Anonymous says:

    Has Kerry had any military training, will he be leading from the front.

  3. Anonymous says:

    HELO I BE FROM AFRICA, AND IN AFRICA WE NO LIKE THESE AMERICAN PEOPLE WHO PUSH THEIR WAY OF LIFE ON US, IN OUR VILLAGE WE NOW HAVE A MCDONALADS FAST FOOD SHOP AND A COCOCOLA SHOP, AND THES EPEOPLE STEAL OUR RESOURCES AND OUR WATER TO SELL US THIS COCA COLA SHIT
    WHICH WE NO WANT.
    GO HOME AMERICA AND TAKE YOUR RUBBISH WITH YOU NOW
    LATTOYA BANDALOGINSKYEVSKINOVA

  4. Anonymous says:

    Anon @ 9:28 Sir, your comments are right on the money and i do believe the whole world now knows these facts to be self evident. I only hope that public pressure keeps on building and is able to prevent an attack from taking place as the consequences are simply to horrific to contemplate. It’s interesting to see the singular focus with which kohn/kerry is dealing with this as he’s now saying it’s immaterial even if Syria complies in securing it’s chemicals. Kerry/kohn just keeps on putting both feet in his mouth!! He must be under hellish pressure from his handlers and hopefully the entire house of cards will come tumbling down as a result of global exposure. Just pray that in the event of a false flag that it will be seen immediately for what it is and in time to stop any attack on the Assad regime by the U.S. reiverdave

  5. Anonymous says:

    I dont know which item i like best reiverdave or the black lady, BTW if you find out how to get rid of mcdonalns and cocacola, let us know because we want to be rid of tescos
    thanks peter

  6. Anonymous says:

    Had to laugh at this video because it’s so bloody true:

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5rrQAY6gEJA

    Regards,
    – Cobalt

  7. Anonymous says:

    Russian Government: Violation by the US of its Obligations in the Sphere of Nonproliferation of WMD

    http://www.globalresearch.ca/russian-government-violation-by-the-us-of-its-obligations-in-the-sphere-of-nonproliferation-of-wmd/20564

    Chemical and Biological Weapons Status at a Glance

    http://www.armscontrol.org/factsheets/cbwprolif

    Pictures resurface showing US Secretary John Kerry and President Assad dining in Syria together

    Mr Kerry was visiting the region when he was Chairman of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee. He met with Mr Assad at least six times, according to The Daily Telegraph.

    During the visit, he said in a press conference: “President Barack Obama’s administration considers Syria a key player in Washington’s efforts to revive the stalled Middle East peace process.

    “Syria is an essential player in bringing peace and stability to the region.”

    http://www.independent.co.uk/news/world/middle-east/pictures-resurface-showing-us-secretary-john-kerry-and-president-assad-dining-in-syria-together-8796846.html

    Gordon.

  8. salty says:

    Thursday, February 11, 2016.

    Kerry Calls For Peace As NATO Proxies Lose Ground In Syria

    http://www.brandonturbeville.com/2016/02/kerry-calls-for-peace-as-nato-proxies.html

    The pattern is almost unmistakable for any observer with an adequate attention span – when the terrorists are gaining ground, the calls from the NATO corners are a united chorus of “Assad must go!”

    When the SAA is gaining ground, however, that chorus becomes united with calls for a “ceasefire.”

    Thus, as the SAA continues to make immense gains across Syria and as the battle for Aleppo has all but seen the terrorists huddled inside the city completely eradicated, Secretary of State John Kerry is calling for a ceasefire at the top of his lungs.

    As Michelle Nichols of the Huffington Post writes,

    World powers pressed Russia on Wednesday to stop bombing around Aleppo in support of a Syrian government offensive to recapture the city and a Western official said Moscow had presented a proposal envisaging a truce in three weeks’ time.

    Secretary of State John Kerry is pushing for a ceasefire and more aid access to Aleppo, where rebel-held areas are being cut off and the United Nations has warned a new humanitarian disaster could be on the way.

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