URGENT: U.S. One Step Closer to Bombing Syria
Today the United States has virtually declared war on the nation of Syria by shutting down its embassy and putting out the call for all nationals to return home.
After stiff sanctions and much deliberation, the U.S. action to close down its embassy is a frightening precursory event which signals that bombs are indeed about to fall.
For some time the U.S. has been pressing Syrian leader Assad to step down from his post. The U.S. pressure against the Islamic state of Syria have all played a critical role in western mid-east dominance for oil and other such resources.
Both Russia and China have vetoed a UN measure which would have forced even tougher sanctions on Syria than what has already been leveraged by the west. Just as in dealing with tensions over Iran, the east has vowed support for its oil partners in the middle east.
The U.S. government via the controlled press has claimed for many months that it seeks to remove Assad from power because his regime has shown no respect for civil rights. Perhaps the U.S. government should first look in to a mirror before tossing about such accusations.
War is erupting in the middle east and it could trigger an even greater, global conflict- especially if Russia and China stay diligent in their continuing to remain partners with many nations that the U.S. considers a threat.