Friday, August 30, 2013

John Kerry Cites THE ARAB LEAGUE, TURKEY, AND FRANCE In Justifying Attack on Syria

Muslims and France.

Islam and the French, who have always been on the side of Islam.

You guys seeing what I'm seeing?

From ABC News:
Citing support from the Arab League, Turkey and France, Secretary of State John Kerry said Friday that "we are not alone in our will to do something about" last week's chemical weapons attack in Syria that he blamed on the regime of President Bashar al-Assad. 
Kerry added that the United States "makes our own decisions on our own timelines, based on our own values and interests" in signaling a possible military response to last week's chemical weapons attack in Syria. 


Anonymous said...


This is pathetic.

At least the case for WMDs in Iraq was backed by at least 7 Western intelligence agencies and now they're presenting the Arab League, the French and the Turks as their sources?

This is like saying, "The moon's made of cheese, I know it because my grandma told me so..."

The White House and the State Dept have been occupied by children...


Charles Martel said...

The Arab League, Turkey, and France? Is that it? The first two are one and the same. As for France? Probably on the same side due to their interests and past associations.

But the first two are clear proof of where our administration alliances are.

Unknown said...

Hi Pasto, Told Abrams this morning it would be the US , Turkey and France, he even fav my tweet, anyway i don't think the Arab legea is completely behind it as well.

Christine said...

Been watching for this:

A lot of the inspection team - interpreters and translators - left Syria Friday, but the core group was due to leave at 7 a.m. Saturday. That departure was accelerated Friday to 4 a.m. Saturday, which is an odd time to travel because the route the inspectors are taking - the road to Beirut - is known to be dangerous, Palmer reports.

It wasn't clear whether the departure change was related to a potential U.S. military strike, Palmer reports, but it does seem to be a last-minute and extraordinary decision.

Pastorius said...

Will, I didn't see your Twitter prediction.

I don't Tweet or Twit.

Pastorius said...

The world is shaking in it's thigh-high boots.

Christine said...

Yes, I do believe it is.