- Trump’s Bosses Pushing for Nuclear War with Russia
by For the second time in a month, combined Syrian and Russian forces came under air attack. February 2018 is a turning point in US policy as Trump policies, “stated policies,” such as cooperation with Russia against terrorism and respect for Syria’s territorial integrity, have fallen away.
With Syria firing missiles at US planes for the first time in response to an unprovoked US attack on a Syrian Arab Army base near Deir Ezzor, we see only the beginning. Next, the New York Times has accused Syria of working with North Korea to build poison gas producing facilities, an outrageous charge.
This, of course, is timed to coincide with staged chlorine gas attacks in the Ghouta pocket outside Damascus as Russia threatens to retaliate against an artillery attack from US backed forces there. This points to the Russian Embassy in Damascus. Sighting for such a target would require access to US military satellite systems and specialized artillery shells available only through the US or NATO partners.
The question of course is why Trump is allowing the military a free hand or is he behind it. Secretary of Defense Mattis and Secretary of State Tillerson are nowhere to be seen, “disappeared” as it were, no longer part of the equation. America’s congress is fully engaged in a blame game, Russia, the “liberal,” or gun manufacturers, anything but governing.
Perhaps we need to assess global events and the idea of permanent war as it exists, an economic tool to enslave. What is the endgame here? The analysis is inexorable, permanent war, total surveillance, a world “police state” and a capability to reduce world population in support of a broader agenda.
What we now recognize is that Trump, as with so many other politicians around the “free world,” has “handlers” and serves an agenda. That agenda clearly threatens human survival. Who profits by this?