Thursday, August 22, 2013

U.S. Feels Lack of Power

I am headed to our weekly conference where we discuss all important business matters such as the performance of our trading accounts, projects and political as well as economic developments which influence our business as well as investors. Only top management and senior aides attend the meetings and as I walk down the corridor I am greeted by our Chief Military Officer who has an update out of Washington.

Apparently it is a tough bite to swallow to see an empire crumble and being helpless on the sidelines with no real influence as most of the world still looks up to you for all the wrong reasons. There have been reports that the Syrian government used chemical weapons in an attack against western-backed terrorists which killed over 100 rebels plus their supporters. The Syrian government denies such allegations and claims it did not commit the atrocity.

Some old cowards in U.S. politics have not received the memo that there is nothing they can do and I am glad the General Martin Dempsey, the Chairman of the Joint Chief of Staff, noted his opposition to any involvement in Syria. His primary reasoning in a letter to Representative Eliot Engel, DemocRAT from New York, is that the terrorist the Obama administration seeks to support will not be friendly towards U.S. interests.

While the U.S. can borrow money from foreign governments and further plunge the U.S. into debt without seeking approval form taxpayers it will not yield any positive impacts. One small thing the old brass in the U.S. has forgotten is that Russia has deployed S-300, the world’s top surface-to-air missile defense system, across Syria. In addition it has manned all systems with Russian troops and the U.S. does not want to bear responsibility for even injuring one Russian soldier as it could escalate to start of World War III. Georgia made that mistake and was crushed, the U.S. does not want to go down that road and it can’t. Europe won’t assist the U.S. and will join the winning side in this conflict.

The Syrian government invited a UN chemical weapons team to visit three previous sites where the western-backed terrorists accuse the Assad government of using chemical weapons. It is the assumption of our CMO that the terrorists used chemical weapons which they stole from an arms depot against their own supporters in order to claim the atrocity and hope more involvement by the western countries which sponsor this civil war.

There are over 50 different terrorist groups and they are not working together. Engel, clearly an idiotic piece of waste, wants to use cruise missiles against Syrian air bases which again would jeopardize global peace. General Dempsey opposes this and said it would not benefit the U.S. and he is 100% right. Dempsey said that the U.S. could expand humanitarian efforts and it appears that he is the only one vocal out of the crumbling empire who wants to avoid World War III.

Right as we pass the first security checkpoint we are alerted that France has now joined the calls for a reaction with military force. I am not sure what is going on in Paris, but I see no reason to send in French surrenderers into Syria. Unfortunately there is widespread support for the terrorists and I am pleased that Russia and China are backing the Syrian government.

The only solution is to end all support for the terrorists and support the Assad government. All efforts should be made to resolve this matter as soon as possible and end the civil war. This is not accomplished by supporting the terrorists, but by assisting the Syrian government to get rid of this infestation.

All of those who support the terrorists’ responsible for the civil war in Syria, answer one question:

Would you support foreign governments sponsoring terrorism in your country?

I did not think so!


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