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American Administrative Chief Executive's 'Palestinian' Objectives From Syrian Overcast

Reader comment on item: Ending a Century of Palestinian Rejectionism

Submitted by M Tovey (United States), Oct 30, 2015 at 16:05

It has become morbidly obvious and tragically clear that while so many observations of the basis of the latest attacks by the 'Palestinians' are fueled by causes of incitements that range far beyond the confines of the region, that the Arab meltdown of the former powers that be can be attributed to the similar reaction of pulling out the fuel rods of containment; only this is not accident, but incident. Remember, the principle protagonists in the background of this ALL WANT THIS TO HAPPEN!

The fact of the matter is that any observer who understands the underlying causes from a world view other than that being promulgated by the UN on the behalf of the 'Palestinian' narrative knows where this is going; and now it is going faster than anyone is going to be ready for. Any one who has read the observations of this reader before know the Biblical implications to be observed here, so a recounting will not be taken here.

Let it be sufficient to say that as this is being written, we are told American troops are being inserted into the Syrian campaign for reasons that will be left for the American Administrative Chief Executive to explain; but in doing so, yet another Biblical mile marker was stormed past at eternal lightspeed. Syria is technically reduced to its previous non-entity political status, hoping to be technically declared the winner after all the dust is settled. Instead, it remains potentially a catalyst for a greater push into Israel.

Film at eleven.......


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