Monday, September 02, 2013

Obama the Neocon War President. He is going start World War III. I didn't think he was this stupid about the USA military.

Russia is sending armed troops to Syria (click here) amid escalating violence there, United States military officials told NBC News Friday, in a move certain to frustrate Western efforts to put pressure on the regime of President Bashir Assad.
Moscow has sent a ship carrying a small contingent of combat forces to guard Russia’s deep-water port and military base at the Syrian city of Tartus, the US officials said.
The U.S. officials also said Russia has not sent additional attack helicopters to the Syrian government, but replacement parts for the Russian helicopters the Syrians are already flying....

I'm sorry, but, this is complete moronity in believing this is limited engagement. This is the beginning of a global war. Russia has already drawn a line in the sand, but, Obama is too hideous to recognize it. 

On top of it all, we have a Chairman of the Joint Chiefs that flew a sophisticated drone into Iran. There is no room for these people in the world of power anymore.

And when are the Olympics? I don't know if they are going to happen.

Obama is not going to be a sought after leader at the G20. I just don't see it. Sending him is a waste of taxpayer monies.

Labor Day Address, but, not on Labor Day.

You know you have to be grateful for unions when a long weekend is more important by government than the people that are the reason for it. Thanks so much for the honorable mention before you barbecue. For God Sake, Great Britain has an entire political party with the name Labor written into it. I don't know about anyone else, but, I am feeling a little estranged from the message about now.

For domestic abuses of power there are non-governmental organizations with a high degree of respect the United Nations can rely on.

The record of the USA can be inclusive and bring about a historical account, if the global community cares to accumulate official data as a matter of record for further UN policy.

In the past 30 years, the United States has come to rely on imprisonment as its re-ponse to all types of crime. (click here) Even minor violations of parole or probation often lead to a return to prison. This has created a prison system of unprecedented size in this country.
The US incarcerates the largest number of people in the world. The incarceration rate in the US is four times the world average. Some individual US states imprison up to six times as many people as do nations of comparable population.
The US imprisons the most women in the world. Crime rates do not account for incarceration rates. Local and state facilities across the country are overcrowded, exacerbate prisoner health problems, risk the safety of both staff and prisoners, are in poor repair, and strain taxpayers. The nationwide bill for incarceration is conservatively estimated at $42 billion annually (see AOUSC, May, 2004). Many prison and jail systems have been sued for failure to meet minimum requirements for health and safety. Prisoner rehabilitation and reentry services are inadequately funded....

And the US Congress members voting for violence against Syria have their own records to be known. It is easy to displace the use of violence onto a President when in fact others have played a role in it as well.

If the USA Congress should approve the war powers into Syria, the global community has never had a better case against the USA.

The Global Community needs to present FACTS and POLICY and the history of SUCCESS of those policies. Not rhetoric, standard mind speak or diplospeak. Facts. And how the USA holds responsibility for the war it creates and the suffering it causes. A legal record of USA misdirection of a global and sustainable peace. The USA history of such atrocities are known to it's people and the world. It is time the historical record be replaced without hubris to power. 

Don't forget traditional allies that stand outside the act of war. If a case for abuse of power it to be made there is room for all nations, not just those traditionally opposed. White Phosphorus actually kills less than the climate. Passive or active accountability is in order. The USA military has long cited climate as a driver to destabilizing governments, yet, the USA government did nothing but hold in place it's superpower status. It's all there. The suffering the USA causes is historic. The global economic collapse was not a mistake, it was a strategy.

And the self-righteous Powers should actually be in attendance to come to an understanding of how reduction of casualties and peace actually happens.

The US information is faulty and one sided. The media is pounding away at permission for war and reasons to cause a greater harm all in the name of a humanitarian ideology that has been their dialogue repeatedly. 

The American Media has caused more deaths in the world than it ever would consider having been the impetus and this is yet another case. 

Additionally, the Executive Branch of the USA was not engaged in a meaningful way with the United Nations at important junctures of dialogue. The United Nations was treated as a misguided toy rather than an international body.

If Syria carried out the chemical attacks as Secretary Kerry stated he did, then the chemical weapons are still secure and it would be best for Assad to stop hiding the truth. Syria has had the right for these weapons through international recognition and he is engaged in a civil war. When Saddam carried out atrocities in Iraq there was no war, but, only killing for the sake of ethnic cleansing. There is a difference.

If the chemical weapons are still secure as the USA is confessing, then the regional security is not threatened. 

There is no guarantee that a disarming of Syria would result in better regional security, as a matter of fact there is every reason to believe otherwise. When the American Media ranted and raved about Egypt and Mubarak, the political pressure in the USA forced Obama to take on the cause of a force unknown with the idea the people of Egypt would be safe among themselves. They were not. 

When Assad falls and this so called recognized USA authority steps into the light it will give MORE CAUSE and not less for increased USA involvement as the American media will sight attacks and violence by al Qaeda with the threat of securing the chemical weapon plant from any unstable US authority.

Remember this began with a civil war, the states of Abkhazia and Osettia were attacked and noted by peacekeepers. Yet, they are not recognized and instead seeking a greater advantage over Russia, the USA insists Georgia be made whole. 

There are many double standards in the USA military strategy against sovereign nations without proper reverence for the one standing global superpower. It is those double standards that cannot be ignored. 

The attacks on Syria is a "War of Choice" no different than that of Iraq. It would seem President Obama doesn't enjoy frustration with global peace initiatives and "By damn it, if they won't commit to peace, then we will create the atmosphere that will." That is not a man resolved to peace, but, of tirade.