Obama, Willard and Syria







Again, as a person that chose to avoid military service to his country, I put very little stock or weight in the word of a WILLARD. You can whine about mormon “missionary” service, all you want, but that didn’t last forever. Obviously it didn’t, because he found more than enough time to be involved in corporate operations and <b>politics</b>.

In any event, I truly do not care about Syria, or Syrians. They are an enemy country, and should be treated as such. This misfortune that has befallen them is the fault of their own government and people, and it should be their responsibility to do something about it. The US, by demand of the Constitution, should not and can not, become directly, or indirectly, involved in an effort to affect the outcome of this civil warfighting. The only things that should be concerning Hussein and WILLARD are the national security outcomes. If the terrorist backed rebels win, then al-Qaeda is one step closer to calliphate (helped by the bumbling of Obama through such things as facilitating the fall of Egypt to islamofascists, and standing idly by while other similar states fell), which is most definitely a threat to American (and Israeli) national security, if not the international security of the entire peace and freedom loving world.

Traditionally, Syria has been a perennial enemy of the United States and the People, and nothing has changed in that regard.  The only real alteration in this is the fact that, apparently, they have verified the reports that Saddam Hussein, before the Invasion of Iraq, had the bulk of his RCBN weaponry transported by truck to Syria, where the regime took custody of it, and it remains in their custody, to this day.

War On Terror: As the regime of Bashar Assad disintegrates, the security of his chemical arsenal is in jeopardy. The No. 2 general in Saddam Hussein’s air force says they were the WMDs we didn’t find in Iraq.

King Abdullah of neighboring Jordan warned that a disintegrating Syria on the verge of civil war puts Syria’s stockpile of chemical weapons at risk of falling into the hands of al-Qaida.

“One of the worst-case scenarios as we are obviously trying to look for a political solution would be if some of those chemical stockpiles were to fall into unfriendly hands,” he said.

The irony here is that the chemical weapons stockpile of Syrian thug Assad may in large part be the legacy of weapons moved from Hussein’s Iraq into Syria before Operation Iraqi Freedom.

If so, this may be the reason not much was found in the way of WMD by victorious U.S. forces in 2003.

In 2006, former Iraqi general Georges Sada, second in command of the Iraqi Air Force who served under Saddam Hussein before he defected, wrote a comprehensive book, “Saddam’s Secrets.”

It details how the Iraqi Revolutionary Guard moved weapons of mass destruction into Syria in advance of the U.S.-led action to eliminate Hussein’s WMD threat.


Another thing that has changed the calculus, somewhat, is the blatant intervention of the Soviet Union (yes, I still call the Russians the Soviets).



Unfortunately, Obama is opening his mouth, once again, in international matters that do not concern him, and this is a direct result of his ignorance and contempt of the limits of his Constitutional authority, as well as his general purpose ignorance and contempt.


And, naturally, when a wimp threatens a thug, the result is predictable:


Quite frankly, both Obama and Willard need to keep their mouths shut, over this.  I fully agree with LTC Allen West about the folly of allowing civilians to become president, and this is case in point.  As I’ve previously stated, this fighting does not present a direct threat to the US, or even US interests, such as Israel.  Leftist Senator McCain (among others) has suggested arming the faction fighting against their own government (such as it was), which shows his own stupidity.

McCain, who was stupid enough to call Tea Party activists “hobbits”, himself, is too stupid to grasp the realities of the world.  In fact, he seems to have very little of a grasp of reality.  In this warfighting, there are no good guys.  The rebels, their terrorist compatriots and the government:  none of the three are friendly to the US, or US allies/interests.  No, not one.


The only reason for any US intervention should be the insertion of USSOCOM (United States Special Operations Command) personnel, such as the US Army Special Forces, US Army Rangers, Navy SeALs (Sea, Air, Land), or USMC Force Recon, strictly for the purpose of conducting covert operations against all sides.

This would involve DA (Direct Action) missions against known/suspected al-Qaeda HVTs (High Value Targets), so the US could address it’s capture or kill list.  Any captured would be taken into custody and held on a USN (US Navy) vessel at sea, subject to no US Supreme Court intervention, or even their knowledge) for extensive, harsh measure interrogation (such as waterboarding).  Those killed would have as much intel collected from their bodies and the scene, as possible.  Special teams would be mobilized to capture &/or destroy all RBCN (Radiological, Biological, Chemical, Nuclear) weaponry and stockpiles.

Another mission directive would be SR, or Special Reconnaissance.  These personnel would be responsible for gathering intel on personnel, as well as locating regime RBCN (Radiological, Biological, Chemical, Nuclear) weaponry and stockpiles.  In addition, they would keep track on the position of Soviet troops, and gather what intel on them, they could.  While the Special Forces is heralded throughout the world for their unmatched ability to engage in FID (Foreign Internal Defense) missions, such as the training of indigenous (Iraqi, Afghan) troops to form them into armies, police forces, etc., this would not be the focus of the American mission in Syria.  Training insurgents that are cooperating with al-Qaeda terrorists, America’s #1 terrorist enemy, is the acme of foolishness.

Between capturing or killing all al-Qaeda fighters and recovering or destroying special weapons, that should be the full extend of US involvement.  By capturing or killing terrorists, the effectivity of al-Qaeda is blunted, not only against the Syria, but against the rest of the world by the elimination of seasoned combatants from the battlefield (and the rest of the world, by extension).  By dealing with the special weapons, the possibility of those weapons falling into more wrong hands and being transported to the US or Israel is blunted, if not completely eliminated.  In addition to this, the Syria regime would be most directly defended by the Soviet troops, which means they get to bear the brunt of casualties and fatalities, while US forces may, most likely, bear none.  There is a stark, day & night difference between the performance of America and the Soviet Union in Afghanistan.  In over a decade of fighting and nation building in Afghanistan, the US has not suffered nearly as many losses as the Soviets, in their previous (and laughably unsuccessful) attempt to pacify the nation.



(And do not neglect to notice how the leftist NY Times refused to trumpet from the rooftops the death of the 2,000th American combatant, during the Obama regime, as they would’ve [and did] during the Bush Administration.)

There really isn’t anything sophisticated or complex about this strategy, with the except of actually planning a good special operation for the USSOCOM special operators.  Getting the US involved in this serves no purpose, but to underline the inexperience and lack of intellect of Obama (or WILLARD Romney); undermine the credibility of the US; and endanger the lives of millions as the US and USSR begin heating up the Cold War that a lot (foolishly) believed to be long since over.  Covert operations are “plausibly deniable” in the case that there is no proof of who actually engaged in the mission, if the mission is even found out.  This, with the dissemination of a little black propaganda, could go a long way toward causing intensified warfighting between parties that believe the other is responsible, or even causing fracturing of parties, if you are able to cast doubt on their own personnel.  Once again, this would leave the Soviets and the Assad regime holding the bag, in terms of bringing an out of control situation back under control (if such an action even possible).  Sun Tzu says:

“All warfare is based on deception.  Hence, when able to attack, when must seem unable; when using our forces, we must seem inactive; when we are near, we must make the enemy believe we are far away; when far away, we must make him believe we are near.”

This is the advantage of covert operations.  Both the inexperienced Obama and WILLARD seem to be vulnerable to the same stupid mistakes.

“Strategy, without tactics, is the slowest route to victory.  Tactics without strategy, is the noise before defeat.” -Sun Tzu

Both of them seem to be making foreign policy statements and military decisions based on nothing more than feel-good, pre-election, populous bullsh*t.  There seems to be no effort to think things through, and see beyond the end of their own noses, into the near or far future, and examine the possible consequences of their actions.  Sun Tzu says:

“The general who wins a battle makes many calculations in his temple, ere the battle is fought.  The general who loses a battle makes but few calculations beforehand.  Thus, do many calculations lead to victory, and few calculations to defeat: how much more no calculation at all!  It is by attention to this point that I can foresee who is likely to win or lose.”

When dealing with such serious situations as islam (not “radical islam”, because all islam is radical), this is not something any rational country can afford to leap into, without looking and thinking.  Neither can we run blindly into conflict with the Soviet Union.  In just 4 years, Obama has done great damage to the US military, like a swarm of termites to a great oak.  It is crumbling, and if we do not prevent him from finishing his schemes (or controlling WILLARD), that oak will crash to the ground, useless as a method of defense against any enemy.

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“The art of war is of vital importance to the State. It is a matter of life and death, a road either to safety or to ruin. Hence it is a subject of inquiry which can on no account be neglected.” -Sun Tzu

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