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With Friends Like ‘Friends of Syria’…

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By Daniel McAdams
LRC Blog
February 24, 2012

As Secretary of State Clinton prepares to convene her “Friends of Syria” conference in that capitol of the Arab Spring, Tunisia, where democratic nirvana has been achieved, she is joined by her willing accomplices from those well-known liberal democracies Saudi Arabia and Qatar.

Under the guise of bringing peace to Syria, which although not in civil war as is often erroneously claimed but rather is being torn apart by a limited but well-armed uprising, Secretary Clinton and her boss will bring instead death and destruction, as they did in Libya, Iraq, Afghanistan, and as her husband did earlier in Yugoslavia. However on the eve of a grotesquely contrived Tunisia “Friends” meeting she is playing coy with already-determined US/GCC/NATO plans to overthrow another — the last secular — regime in the Middle East.

Clinton confidently predicts that this limited and disorganized uprising will coalesce into a full-scale civil war and that a fighting force will be established capable of overthrowing the significant military resources of the Syrian government. She must know something we don’t, as she unequivocally states on the eve of the conference, “There will be increasingly capable opposition forces. They will from somewhere, somehow, find the means to defend themselves as well as begin offensive measures.”

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February 25, 2012 at 3:09 pm

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