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Saturday, March 2, 2013

Obama declares war on Syria - US Constitution Abolished

Caesar Obama crosses the Rubicon.
The Constitution has no meaning to either Caesar Obama or to Congress. Moronic members of Congress from both parties hide under their desks in either fear or boot-licking support as Caesar Obama conducts unconstitutional wars in Syria, Libya and Yemen while ruling his kingdom by Imperial Executive Order.

"Let there be War." - - - Caesar Obama I
  • Caesar Obama declares war on Syria without a vote of Congress and then directs millions of taxpayers dollars to finance the rebels.
  • The US Constitution no longer exists.  Hail Caesar.

Hail Caesar  -  The elected Dictator of the U.S. has just effectively declared war on Syria and pledged US backing for the overthrowing of the government of Syria.  Our Caesar is funneling countless millions in taxpayer money to fund the rebels. . . . . and there is hardly even a faint whisper of opposition on this overthrowing of the Constitution from either political party or the meek and ball-less press.

Comrade Secretary of State John Kerry on Thursday announced the first direct U.S. "aid" to Syrian opposition fighters (Islamists).  The regime claims that the more-than-$60-million package will not include the arms or high-tech gear the rebels.  What is not mentioned is U.S. that allies are doing that for us with our blessing and help.

Comrade Kerry said the United States would supply food rations and medical supplies to the military wing of the opposition and $60 million to its political arm to help provide basic government services in the areas controlled by forces opposed to President Bashar Assad reports the Los Angeles Times.

Appearing in Rome at an international conference on Syria, Kerry called the new aid a "significant stepping up" of assistance by the United States and promised that, combined with aid from other countries, it would help change Assad's belief that he can remain in power. As many as 70,000 people have died during the nearly two-year war, according to the United Nations.

The U.S. previously gave $54 million in aid to the political opposition and $385 million in humanitarian assistance to Syrian refugees.

Mass Beheadings Message from Abu Hafsوعد من ابو حفص من سوريا بقطع الرؤوس 
A message from Syrian Islamists.

Syria's Christians live in fear
The story you are not told is the secular Baathist government of Syria protects Christians from the insane Islamists.

CNN Report  -  Christians in Syria live in fear
CNN's Nic Robertson reports on the plight of Syria's Christians, and how that helps Bashar al-Assad.

Islamist Saudi Arabia has financed a large purchase of infantry weapons from Croatia and quietly funneled them to anti government Islamists fighters in Syria.

The weapons began reaching rebels in December via shipments shuttled through Jordan, officials said, and have been a factor in the rebels’ small tactical gains this winter against the army and militias loyal to Assad.

Persian Gulf Arab nations have been sending military equipment and other assistance to the rebels for more than a year.
The arms transfers appeared to signal a shift among several governments to a more activist approach to assisting Syria’s armed opposition, in part as an effort to counter shipments of weapons from Iran to Mr. Assad’s forces. The weapons’ distribution has been principally to armed groups viewed as nationalist and secular, and appears to have been intended to bypass the jihadist groups whose roles in the war have alarmed Western and regional powers. reports the New York Times.

The US Government Lies to You.
Americans are not told that the secular Baath Party of Syria protects Christians from the insane Islamists.  Just as the secular Baath Party of Iraq protected their Christian minority.
Many of the weapons — which include a particular type of Yugoslav-made recoilless gun, as well as assault rifles, grenade launchers, machine guns, mortars and shoulder-fired rockets for use against tanks and other armored vehicles — have been extensively documented by one blogger, Eliot Higgins, who writes under the name Brown Moses and has mapped the new weapons’ spread through the conflict.
He first noticed the Yugoslav weapons in early January in clashes in the Dara’a region near Jordan, but by February he was seeing them in videos posted by rebels fighting in the Hama, Idlib and Aleppo regions.
Officials familiar with the transfers said the arms were part of an undeclared surplus in Croatia remaining from the 1990s Balkan wars. One Western official said the shipments included “thousands of rifles and hundreds of machine guns” and an unknown quantity of ammunition.
Croatia’s Foreign Ministry and arms-export agency naturally denied that such shipments had occurred. Saudi officials have declined requests for interviews about the shipments for two weeks. Jordanian officials also declined to comment.

An official in Washington said the possibility of the transfers from the Balkans was broached last summer, when a senior Croatian official visited Washington and suggested to American officials that Croatia had many weapons available should anyone be interested in moving them to Syria’s rebels.

Both Ukrainian-made rifle cartridges that had been purchased by Saudi Arabia and Swiss-made hand grenades that had been provided to the United Arab Emirates were found by journalists to be in rebel possession.
And Belgian-made rifles of a type not known to have been purchased by Syria’s military have been repeatedly seen in rebel hands, suggesting that one of Belgium’s previous rifle customers had transferred the popular weapons to the rebels.

Jutarnji list, a Croatian daily newspaper, reported Saturday that in recent months there had been an unusually high number of sightings of Jordanian cargo planes at Pleso Airport in Zagreb, Croatia’s capital.
The newspaper said the United States, Croatia’s main political and military ally, was possibly the intermediary, and mentioned four sightings at Pleso Airport of Ilyushin 76 aircraft owned by Jordan International Air Cargo. It said such aircraft had been seen on Dec. 14 and 23, Jan. 6 and Feb. 18. Ivica Nekic, director of the agency in charge of arms exports in Croatia, dismissed the Croatian report as speculation.

"The power to declare war, including the power of judging the causes of war, is fully and exclusively vested in the legislature."
James Madison

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