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Current threats of war on terror and the repetitive harassment of Oil rich Muslim states in the Middle East region only implies one thing, more war, more aggression and more resistance!|
Syria now being the next most likely target, with a population of 18 million and a more inviting terrain, Syria is a more inviting option than Iran, who would have been able to give the Americans a run for their money.
The current turmoil in the Syrian area of influence suggests a complicated political game that is ought to undermine the Syrian government and create a pretext for invasion and occupation, similar to what we have seen in Iraq.
In a revealing comment, the German prosecutor Mehlis told the German newsweekly Stern, "I never wanted to be compared with Hans Blix. But now I know how he must have felt." While not providing a shred of evidence that Iraq had weapons of mass destruction, the UN's chief weapons inspector Blix produced a report accusing the Iraqi regime of failing to give sufficient cooperation. The report was seized upon by the US to promote its case for an unprovoked war.
Claiming that the Syrian's had a hand in the killing is absurd, based on the fabrication that since they were in charge together with the Lebanese, sure they must have known about this plot. Begs to ask, did the Americans know of September 11 and who was held responsible for this act of terrorism?
After all Syria is a backward country with no means of coordinating such an attack, and especially not during such a sensitive time with the Americans to the East. Rather, who has the capacity and experience in years of assassinations? That would have to be a state that practices state terrorism and state assassinations! That same unmentionable state also will never be prosecuted by the UN; neither will this state be punished by Washington or London. The UN of course wishing to prosecute, but not having the political muscle to do so.
There are 2 options for Syria, so Washington says, sanctions or war! The UN's Security Council quite possible won't inflict sanctions on Syria. Russia is an old ally of Syria and China also does not seem too interested to punish Syria for something they did not orchestrate.
The second option being war and like Rice put it, "I don’t think the president ever takes any of his options off the table concerning anything to do with military force."