Nobel Peace Prize winner Barack Hussein Obama is hell bent on getting America into yet another war — in Syria.
I woke up this morning to the alphabet TV networks trumpeting the news that President Lucifer will begin an intensive propaganda campaign, via media interviews and talks with skeptical members of Congress, to mobilize support for his war. He will address the nation tomorrow, one day before a vote in the Senate to authorize use of force against Syria’s regime.
Fellowship of the Minds is against this war for the following reasons:
1. Obama’s ostensible reason for the war — as a “humanitarian intervention” to punish the Assad government of Syria for launching a chemical attack on August 21, 2013, on its own people — is not believable because:
2. A U.S. military attack, in the name of “humanitarianism,” itself is anti-humanitarian because it will inflict untold pain and suffering on the Syrian people. (See “Letter from Trappist nuns in Syria: Fear and helplessness at impending U.S. attack”)
3. A U.S. military attack on the Syrian government will only help the jihadist
rebels terrorists, who are many times worse than the Assad regime and who themselves have undertaken chemical attacks in the past and, most likely, on August 21. If Obama means to punish users of chemical weapons, then let’s take out BOTH the Assad regime AND the jihadist rebels terrorists. Moreover, a Syria under the control of the al-Qaeda rebels terrorists will be a country where Christians are hounded and ruthlessly executed. (See “President Lucifer’s Jihad“)
4. Any U.S. “military intervention” is an act of war, as acknowledged by none other than Chairman of the U.S. Joint Chiefs of Staff Gen. Martin Dempsey. (See “U.S. war against Syria: No clear goals, no good guys, will cost tens of millions“) Irrespective of what Obama calls it, a U.S. act of war will be recognized as such by others and will have repercussions, intended and unintended, as well as provoke retaliations. Already, countries such as Iran and Russia have said they will not simply stand by and do nothing:
In other words, what begins as U.S. “no-boots-on-the-ground” missile attacks may conflagrate into, without exaggeration, World War III.
5. Our soldiers are already overstressed and overburdened,suffering from unprecedented high rates of suicide and PTSD. At some point, even a strong elastic band eventually snaps.
6. The American people don’t want another war. (See “Not in our names, Mr. Antichrist… ahem, Mr. President”)
7. America is broke. The federal government is already in debt to the (official) tune of $17 TRILLION. Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel has admitted that the price tag for even “limited strikes” on Syria would likely be in the “tens of millions” of U.S. dollars. That’s tens of millions of dollars that we don’t have, which means the U.S. Treasury will just borrow more by issuing more Treasury bonds and notes. China and Japan now hold as much as 25% of U.S. Treasuries. What if China and Russia were to dump their U.S. Treasuries? In fact, China and Japan have been aggressively dumping (selling) bonds since June. (See “Who Is Going To Buy Our Debt If This War Causes China, Russia And The Rest Of The World To Turn On Us?“)
8. U.S. gas prices will shoot up to stratospheric levels. In other words, this won’t be just a remote war fought in the air over some country that most Americans can’t even place on a map. Every American will immediately feel it at the gas pump.
Join us in saying “No” to Obama’s war! – go here!
1. Support our soldiers who are risking court martial by posting pics of themselves in uniform, declaring their opposition. (See “U.S. soldiers in open rebellion against Obama’s war in Syria”)
Send your pics to FOTM and I’ll post them in our special “FOTM says ‘No!’ to Obama’s War” gallery:
FOTM’s email address: firstname.lastname@example.org
2. Call/write your Congressperson and senators! To find out how to contact your representatives, click here.
3. Join an anti-war protest/demonstration! On Saturday, thousands around the world protested against the proposed Obama airstrikes on Syria. At least 150 protesters picketed the sidewalk in front of the White House and marched to Capitol Hill, chanting anti-war slogans and carrying signs that said a war on Syria would be “Built on a Lie.”
4. Pray! (See “Prayer for Peace in Syria” )