…by Jonas E. Alexis
As Jim W. Dean likes to say, you simply can’t make this stuff up. The United States Central Command got caught bombing the Syrian army in violation of the ceasefire agreement. They obliterated at least 80 Syrian servicemen in the process. What is the response from the US military officials?
Get this: it was an accident! They added that their intended target was ISIS. Complete balderdash.
If these people were telling the truth, then why did they refuse to communicate with Russia when the Kremlin demanded an explanation? Lt. Gen. Vladimir Savchenko, chief of the Russian Reconciliation Center in Syria, certainly has a point when he says:
“The United States didn’t reply to any of our appeals containing information on ceasefire violations by US-controlled armed groups. Moreover, the US side declines telephone conversations, including those planned in advance, as it happened yesterday.
“This indicates that the United States does not control the situation in Syria and is not ready to take steps to force US-controlled militants to implement ceasefire.
“Five days into the truce, we can say that only the Russian and Syrian sides have fulfilled their commitments. The United States and the so-called moderate groups under their control have not fulfilled a single obligation.
“Russia has been doing everything in its power to stop the government troops from responding to the attacks in kind. If the US side does not take steps to fulfill its obligations under the September 9 agreement, it will be fully responsible for the breakdown of the cessation of hostilities regime in Syria.”
But let us suppose for a moment that US officials were right in saying that the act was an accident. That response again can get them into a lot of trouble for the following reasons: if they cannot make a clear distinction between the Syrian army and ISIS, if “American commandos [are being] ‘forced to run away’ from US-backed Syrian rebels,” how in the world are they expecting us to take them seriously in the region?
Furthermore, how can they violate a ceasefire without any consequence whatsoever and at the same time expect Russia and the Syrian governments to abide by the same rules? If Vladimir Putin is “a thug and a butcher,” as John McCain and other political whores perversely declare, why does he continue to humiliate those marionettes in Syria? Why don’t Zionist outlets such as the Washington Post focus on these issues as opposed to blaming Putin for any stupid mistake they make?
If either the Syrian government or Russia had violated the ceasefire, wouldn’t political whores and sluts in Washington and elsewhere start barking like Chihuahuas? Wouldn’t the Neocons start grabbing their political pitchforks and sticking them in Russia’s butts?
You see, New World Order agents do not make any sense at all. Jim W. Dean again nailed it when he said:
“All of these wars are a racket by multinational corporate bankster criminal organizations, because you can do all kinds of things during a war to make tons of money that you would be thrown in jail for during peace time…
“Why does our military leadership, that we know is smart enough to see through the whole charade, refuse to participate in stopping any of it? Is it because they feel they have a bigger piece of the pie if the charade keeps on going? Color me suspicious…”
 “US Central Command Says Airstrike on Syrian Army Killing 80 Was an Accident,” Sputnik News, September 18, 2016.
 “Russian MoD: US Fails to Fulfill Obligations Amid Syria Rebels’ Truce Violations,” Sputnik News, September 17, 2016.
 Raf Sanchez, “American commandos ‘forced to run away’ from US-backed Syrian rebels,” Telegraph, September 16, 2016.
 Patrick J. Buchanan, “We Have to Deal With Putin,” American Conservative, September 16, 2016.
 See for example Andrew Roth and Dana Priest, “Russian hacking is Putin’s response to being embarrassed by U.S., experts say,” Washington Post, September 16, 2016.
Jonas E. Alexis has degrees in mathematics and philosophy. He studied education at the graduate level. His main interests include U.S. foreign policy, the history of the Israel/Palestine conflict, and the history of ideas. He is the author of the book, Kevin MacDonald’s Metaphysical Failure: A Philosophical, Historical, and Moral Critique of Evolutionary Psychology, Sociobiology, and Identity Politics. He teaches mathematics in South Korea.