Hillary Clinton’s Leaked Email Shows US Administration Supported War In Syria To Help Israel

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Wikileaks published an email of the former US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton revealing that the administration of the ex-President of the US Barack Obama may have fueled a war in Syria to assit Israel against the Iranian-Syrian “dangerous alliance”.

In the email, Clinton stressed that the government of Syrian President Bashar Assad must be overthrown “only by force” to assist Israel in dealing “with Iran’s growing nuclear capability”. She affirmed that Assad’s relationship with Iran and Hezbollah had undermined Israel’s security. Thus, Israel wasn’t capable to “respond any provocations” of this “dangerous alliance”. According to the email, this mission could be carried out by “arming the Syrian rebels and using western air power” that could limit the US costs.

Clinton concluded pointing out that “with Assad gone” the US and Israel would agree on “red lines” and Syrian people would see the US as “as a friend, not an enemy.”

Emails released by Wikileaks (source):

UNCLASSIFIED U.S. Department of State Case No. F-2014-20439 Doc No. C05794498 Date: 11/30/2015

RELEASE IN FULL

The best way to help Israel deal with Iran’s growing nuclear capability is to help the people of Syria overthrow the regime of Bashar Assad.

Negotiations to limit Iran’s nuclear program will not solve Israel’s security dilemma. Nor will they stop Iran from improving the crucial part of any nuclear weapons program — the capability to enrich uranium. At best, the talks between the world’s major powers and Iran that began in Istanbul this April and will continue in Baghdad in May will enable Israel to postpone by a few months a decision whether to launch an attack on Iran that could provoke a major Mideast war.

Iran’s nuclear program and Syria’s civil war may seem unconnected, but they are. For Israeli leaders, the real threat from a nuclear-armed Iran is not the prospect of an insane Iranian leader launching an unprovoked Iranian nuclear attack on Israel that would lead to the annihilation of both countries. What Israeli military leaders really worry about — but cannot talk about — is losing their nuclear monopoly. An Iranian nuclear weapons capability would not only end that nuclear monopoly but could also prompt other adversaries, like Saudi Arabia and Egypt, to go nuclear as well. The result would be a precarious nuclear balance in which Israel could not respond to provocations with conventional military strikes on Syria and Lebanon, as it can today. If Iran were to reach the threshold of a nuclear weapons state, Tehran would find it much easier to call on its allies in Syria and Hezbollah to strike Israel, knowing that its nuclear weapons would serve as a deterrent to Israel responding against Iran itself.

Back to Syria. It is the strategic relationship between Iran and the regime of Bashar Assad in Syria that makes it possible for Iran to undermine Israel’s security — not through a direct attack, which in the thirty years of hostility between Iran and Israel has never occurred, but through its proxies in Lebanon, like Hezbollah, that are sustained, armed and trained by Iran via Syria. The end of the Assad regime would end this dangerous alliance. Israel’s leadership understands well why defeating Assad is now in its interests. Speaking on CNN’s Amanpour show last week, Defense Minister Ehud Barak argued that “the toppling down of Assad will be a major blow to the radical axis, major blow to Iran…. It’s the only kind of outpost of the Iranian influence in the Arab world…and it will weaken dramatically both Hezbollah in Lebanon and Hamas and Islamic Jihad in Gaza.”

Bringing down Assad would not only be a massive boon to Israel’s security, it would also ease Israel’s understandable fear of losing its nuclear monopoly. Then, Israel and the United States might be able to develop a common view of when the Iranian program is so dangerous that military action could be warranted. Right now, it is the combination of Iran’s strategic alliance with Syria and the steady progress in Iran’s nuclear enrichment program that has led Israeli leaders to contemplate a surprise attack — if necessary over the objections of Washington. With Assad gone, and Iran no longer able to threaten Israel through its, proxies, it is possible that the United States and Israel can agree on red lines for when Iran’s program has crossed an unacceptable threshold. In short, the White House can ease the tension that has developed with Israel over Iran by doing the right thing in Syria.

The rebellion in Syria has now lasted more than a year. The opposition is not going away, nor is the regime going to accept a diplomatic solution from the outside. With his life and his family at risk, only the threat or use of force will change the Syrian dictator Bashar Assad’s mind.

UNCLASSIFIED U.S. Department of State Case No. F-2014-20439 Doc No. C05794498 Date: 11/30/2015

The Obama administration has been understandably wary of engaging in an air operation in Syria like the one conducted in Libya for three main reasons. Unlike the Libyan opposition forces, the Syrian rebels are not unified and do not hold territory. The Arab League has not called for outside military intervention as it did in Libya. And the Russians are opposed.

Libya was an easier case. But other than the laudable purpose of saving Libyan civilians from likely attacks by Qaddafi’s regime, the Libyan operation had no long-lasting consequences for the region. Syria is harder. But success in Syria would be a transformative event for the Middle East. Not only would another ruthless dictator succumb to mass opposition on the streets, but the region would be changed for the better as Iran would no longer have a foothold in the Middle East from which to threaten Israel and undermine stability in the region.

Unlike in Libya, a successful intervention in Syria would require substantial diplomatic and military leadership from the United States. Washington should start by expressing its willingness to work with regional allies like Turkey, Saudi Arabia, and Qatar to organize, train and arm Syrian rebel forces. The announcement of such a decision would, by itself, likely cause substantial defections from the Syrian military. Then, using territory in Turkey and possibly Jordan, U.S. diplomats and Pentagon officials can start strengthening the opposition. It will take time. But the rebellion is going to go on for a long time, with or without U.S. involvement.

The second step is to develop international support for a coalition air operation. Russia will never support such a mission, so there is no point operating through the UN Security Council. Some argue that U.S. involvement risks a wider war with Russia. But the Kosovo example shows otherwise. In that case, Russia had genuine ethnic and political ties to the Serbs, which don’t exist between Russia and Syria, and even then Russia did little more than complain. Russian officials have already acknowledged they won’t stand in the way if intervention comes.

Arming the Syrian rebels and using western air power to ground Syrian helicopters and airplanes is a low-cost high payoff approach. As long as Washington’s political leaders stay firm that no U.S. ground troops will be deployed, as they did in both Kosovo and Libya, the costs to the United States will be limited. Victory may not come quickly or easily, but it will come. And the payoff will be substantial. Iran would be strategically isolated, unable to exert its influence in the Middle East. The resulting regime in Syria will see the United States as a friend, not an enemy. Washington would gain substantial recognition as fighting for the people in the Arab world, not the corrupt regimes. For Israel, the rationale for a bolt from the blue attack on Iran’s nuclear facilities would be eased. And a new Syrian regime might well be open to early action on the frozen peace talks with Israel. Hezbollah in Lebanon would be cut off from its Iranian sponsor since Syria would no longer be a transit point for Iranian training, assistance and missiles. All these strategic benefits and the prospect of saving thousands of civilians from murder at the hands of the Assad regime (10,000 have already been killed in this first year of civil war).

With the veil of fear lifted from the Syrian people, they seem determine to fight for their freedom. America can and should help them — and by doing so help Israel and help reduce the risk of a wider war.

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  • potcracker2588

    everything for the jew agenda.now black on white from state department.wow.
    and people still dont get it…talking about bs military industrial complex,cia,nsa,right wing,left wing,democrats,republicans, what ever.just like syria,or libya, germany in ww1 and ww2 or russia which was conquered 1917 by the jews…its ALL FOR THE JEWISH AGENDA:A ONE WORLD GOVERNMENT WITH JERUSALEM AS ITS CAPITAL UNDER JEWISH SATANIC LEADERSHIP.

    • Bru

      Indeed,
      and Clinton supported likewise the war to destroy Libya. Re. that war against Libya, the zionist warmonger Bernard-Henri Levy, who moved president Sarkozy against the opinion of defence minister Juppé to attack and destroy Libya, explained several times afterwards that they wanted Libya to be destroyed because Libya was an enemy of Israel, see such phrases (in French) by Levy’s in the video and the text on this page :
      https://www.egaliteetreconciliation.fr/Proces-du-14-mars-2018-1-an-et-6-mois-d-emprisonnement-requis-contre-Alain-Soral-50162.html

      • zika slika

        you as well let me fuck you UNDER JEWISH SATANIC LEADERSHIP

    • zika slika

      YOU IDIOT READ AND JUST AFTER READING YOU COMMENT. YOU ARE IDIOT. THIS HAS NOTHING TO DO WITH SATANIC JEWISH LEADERSHIP…

      because of people like you Arab intellectuals are never taken as honest…

      i fuck your mom according to JEWISH AGENDA: and it will be me my friends roger rabbit, mickey mouse and of course you can already guess by now UNDER JEWISH SATANIC LEADERSHIP

      • Pacificnorthwest

        your rant isn’t even coherent. Did anybody order word salad? Didn’t think so. So why are you serving it?

        • frankly

          Its like a computer throwing out inflammatory expressions with zero coherent narrative, but fragments of clear speech to lend credibility.

          “People like you” the stereotyper’s mantra.

          • Pacificnorthwest

            makes one think it is a bot

  • Serious

    And Sunnis died for israel. XD.

    Of course, when you try to speak with sunnis is like you try to speak with “Dr. Pro Liv”. XD.

    Sunnis are the main loosers of this war as always. USA made a deal with SDF, Russia with the syrian gov. And the sunnis are kept in tiny areas fighting each others like cowards. And I don’t talk about ISIS who made an international adversing making them looking like terrorists. XD.

  • testme2

    The scary thing is, trump is doing exactly what clinton suggest. America first, fighting for democracy etc. its all a the same BS. Even americans can choose in which war to are going to get killed.

    • gustavo

      USA external policy does not depend on the president in turn (Democrat or Republican). This is handle by CIA-Pentagon-Israel and international corporations. The president just does what they suggest to do.

  • Serious

    So now, can you FINALLY tell me who created ISIS ??? XD.

  • Serious

    The Sunnis, the most stupid people on Earth. XD.

    • Pacificnorthwest

      I think you’re winning the contest, buddy

  • Serious

    I think that Assad must forbid sunnism. Sunnism brings you to stupidity.

    • Ivan Freely

      Don’t you mean Wahhabism?

    • Pacificnorthwest

      Most of the Syrian army, including its officer corps is Sunni. You really don’t know a lot about Syria, do you?

      • frankly

        Or anything else for that matter.

    • frankly

      His wife is Sunni numb nuts! She was an investment banker before marrying Bashar. Beautiful , smart, intelligent.

      You even found someone stupid enough to marry you? Your opinions are never grounded in anything but BS. Stop confusing thinking with passing gas and wipe yourself, damn it. You stink!

    • gustavo

      Stop doing some kind of racism.

  • Serious

    And the iraqi gov has seen nothing, Russia has seen nothing. XD.

    My bet is that the iraqi gov is ruled by stupid people and Russia is partner in crime with USA.

  • SFC Steven M Barry USA RET

    Everything the US smears over the ME is about that pestiferous Ghetto Sewer.

  • John

    It didn’t quite work out, just like the plan for the election.

    • Serious

      I think that it worked. Now, USA ans israel can target iranian convoys to Hezbollah. that’s why USA is monitoring both roads passing through Iraq.

      Moreover, Putin is giving free card to israel to bomb Syria whenever she wants.

      • Ivan Freely

        What you’re asking is escalation. It’s already bad enough as it is. Sometimes you have to take a few steps back before you can take any more steps forward. Think football where the midfielder kicks the ball backwards to setup another play.

        • Serious

          To win in soccer, you need a very strong defense. Syria has no defense. So, USA and israel are scoring rather easily. Moreover, Syria has no defense and also no attack !!! So, game over.

          • Ivan Freely

            No attack?! They’re defeating ISIS and friends right now. Yes, with Iranian and Russian help, but the SAA is doing most of the work. Airpower can only take you so far; it’s the boots on the ground that matters.

          • Serious

            Attack is when you attack israel and USA, not when barely manage to defend something.

          • Ivan Freely

            Many Iranian and Russian generals would disagree with your tactics. Otherwise, they would already have done what you’re wishing for. If you think you can do better, why are you not enlisted with the SAA? You could have risen to the rank of General by now.

          • Serious

            Yes, so that USA fire a missile in my head and Putin does nothing. XD. Why should I die for Putin naval bases while he even can’t save soldiers on the ground and collaborate with those who create ISIS ? XD.

            I don’t fight lost battle. I prefer to build a good strategy and to fight when I’m 90% chance of winning.

          • Ivan Freely

            90% chance of winning? LOL

            Prior to Russian intervention, Syria’s fall was assured. It’s a good thing that the SAA don’t have military commanders like yourself.

          • Pacificnorthwest

            Mon… couch potato general, you understand little of war, and I am certain have never been within a thousand clicks of one

          • gustavo

            It is clear that Syria along would be lost before a USA and/or Israel attack, and Syria has not capability at all to attack Israel of USA basis. Only if Russia-Iran-Hezbolah participate, something could be done, but not much since Russia does not want to get to WWIII. About the Syria defense, Russia has been using electronic war fare to stop a little bite USA and Israel missile attack, and has done nothing to stop USA-Israel planes. It looks like that Russia has been somehow dominated by Israel (or some type of jews lobby).

          • Pacificnorthwest

            And… just who do you think has been attacking Syria for the last seven years?

          • Pacificnorthwest

            You are wildly out of touch with reality.

            The Syrian army has just recently obliterated three of the toughest most heavily armed and fortified internal pockets in the Syrian heartland. The heartland of Syria has now been cleared of all mercenary armies, which now are only operating at the periphery of Syria.

            Most of its armour has survived this war intact and is in a ready state to face off against any Israeli invasion. Hezbollah alone has well over 100,000 ballistic missiles in hardened shelters ready to use… Syria has many more than that. I would hardly characterize that as defenseless.

            Of course the cost of thus brutal foreign imposed more than seven year war has been horrible, and the Syrian people have suffered. But don’t ge mistaking this suffering for weakness. Syria is ready to face an invasion… what do you think they gave geen doing for tge last seven years?

          • frankly

            Do you ever actually read or watch SF content? Is the main side affect of your meds delusion? Instead of a mouth, you have an asshole? Yeah I know blah, blah and more blah.

      • Pacificnorthwest

        The Israelis just shoot their rather ineffective and for the most part intercepted missiles into Syria from Lebanese airspace. Israeli pilots know better than to actually over Syria, which is why they favor the stand off scoot and shoot runs they fly over Lebanon.

        You seriously think you are privy to the strategic thinking of the Russian government? Putin did what now… and you know this, how?

    • Serious

      And who tell you that the election wa not rigged ? After WW2, 9/11, ISIS, … rigginf the election is the simplest thing to do. XD.

  • Serious

    I will not be surprised at all if the US election is rigged. First, it’s rigged because of the two-party system and because of lobbysm and pre-filtred candidates.

    • Smaug

      Oh, so you believe the Illuminati runs things. And that’s the sign that the man’s a conspiracy theory troll. Mute.

      • Pacificnorthwest

        We have ourselves a blue pill swallower

        • Smaug

          Him or me? I really not sure on this site. Don’t answer, I don’t care what you think.

          • Pacificnorthwest

            you see… that attitude, in a nutshell, is the root of your problem… from that attitude flows the rest. Of course you don’t care because like all well indoctrinated poeople you already “know” you are right.

          • frankly

            Eh, root nah, you open that can of worms and you are gonna need more than a shower to ever feel clean again.

          • Pacificnorthwest

            indoctrination…. is a can of worms!

  • Ivan Freely

    Meh…No surprises here.

  • Douglas Houck

    Hopefully, we can now stop talking about some oil pipeline as having any part of the Syrian war (Even President al-Assad said the rejected oil pipeline had no bearing on the war). It was to help the Israelis and harm Iran.

    • Pave Way IV

      It was a gas pipeline (Qatar), and Assad never rejected it ‘to protect Russian interests’ because it was never proposed. France’s AFP suggested it was a proposal, but it was just some Qatari inbred royal musing about the prospect. When Assad was questioned about it later, he laughed it off as preposterous because Qatar would have made it conditional on Syria breaking all ties with Iran.

      The Syrian war may not have been exclusively or even significantly influenced by gas/oil pipelines, but the US and Israel have certainly used the opportunity for a number of gas/oil-related schemes. Primarily, Kurdish theft of Syria’s eastern oil region to further punish disobedient Syrians and put them on their knees economically. Then there’s all that Iraqi Kurd oil that belongs to Israel and how to get it to Haifa safely.

      • Douglas Houck

        Here is the interview with President al-Assad where the question of the Qatar pipeline is asked. From Sana

        Question 10: Before this so-called revolution, I’m sure you got offers from your present enemies; some kind of offers, some kind of deals. What they wanted from you? I heard, for example, Qatar wanted to make tube through Syria. Is it true or not? You got some kind of offer before?

        President Assad: The offers started after the crisis.
        Journalist: Ah-ha, okay.
        President Assad: Because they wanted to use the crisis; “if you do this, we’re going to help you.”

        Journalist: But what they wanted from you?

        President Assad: But before the crisis, it wasn’t an offer; they wanted to use Syria indirectly. Not offer, they wanted to convince us to do something. The main issue was, at that time around the world, was the nuclear file of Iran. It was the main issue around the world, and Syria has to convince Iran to go against its interests, that time. France tried, Saudi Arabia wanted us at that time to be away from Iran with no reason, just because they hate Iran.

        Journalist: But what about this tube? It’s real that they wanted to make gas tube through Syria?

        President Assad: No, they didn’t talk about it, but because Syria was supposed to be a hub in that regard, of power in general, a tube coming from the east; Iran, Iraq, Syria, Mediterranean, and another one from the Gulf toward Europe. I don’t think the West will accept Syria – this Syria, Syria’s that’s not puppet to the West – it’s not allowed to have this privilege or leverage, it’s not allowed. So, we think this is one of the factors that they didn’t talk about it directly. After the war, the offer was directly from the Saudis; that if you-

        Journalist: Directly from who?

        President Assad: From the Saudis.

        Journalist: From Saudis.

        President Assad: If you move away from Iran and you announce that you disconnect all kinds of relations with Iran, we’re going to help you. Very simple and very straight to the point.

        • Pave Way IV

          “…I don’t think the West will accept Syria – this Syria, Syria’s that’s not puppet to the West – it’s not allowed to have this privilege or leverage, it’s not allowed…”

          Assad is saying that NO major pipelines (gas or oil) will be accepted by ZATO + Evil Orb through Syria (despite it being the natural transit hub via geography), and that strategic denial is based on the privilege/leverage Syria would acquire by being such a hub. Pipeline transit is another aspect of power and control.

          If Syria was regime-changed or otherwise became a ZATO + Evil Orb puppet, then pipelines serving those masters would be allowed because they would indirectly control them. Those interests would include sending Saudi oil and Israeli and perhaps Qatar v2.0 gas to Europe, preventing Iranian gas from being sent there.

          Israel also fashions itself as the future oil/gas hub of the East Mediterranean. It’s not about money, it’s all about controlling the tap.

          “…So, we think this is one of the factors that they didn’t talk about it directly…”

          Sounds like Assad agrees with me. The power inherent in controlling pipelines as a transit nation was a factor. The entire Syrian war is about control and power: ZATO + Evil Orb instead of Syrian/Iranian/Russian.

          • Douglas Houck

            i see your argument, but I believe it is more nuanced.

            First, the primary reason for the Syrian war is to harm Iran and to help Israel due mostly to the Palestinian issue..

            Second, yes, SA dangled the concept of making Syria an energy hub to entice President al-Assad to split from Iran, but those pipelines were and are very unlikely to ever happen. As oil is heavy, can’t be compressed and therefore takes a lot of energy to transport, it is highly unlikely any oil pipelines going all the way to Europe makes economic sense. As far as natural gas goes, Qatar is fully committed to LNG having spent $billions to construct all the LNG compression facilites it has and has no reasons to spend more on a natural gas pipeline. Israel has made noise about a natural gas pipeline to Europe, but that is all it is, noise. They don’t have enough natural gas reserves, nor is there enough demand at this point to justify such an expensive project.

            Beside, Israel is using most all of it’s natural gas to make fresh water via desalination and doesn’t have that much it can export. Without the hidden subsidy of the stranded natural gas Israel, that is facing it’s fifth year of drought, would be economically hurting to provide all that fresh water for its survival. It is desperately looking for a natural source (and lower cost) of fresh water. If southern California were to use desalination the average residential customer’s monthly water bill would go up back a factor of 10 ($2-500/month to $2-5,000/month). I’m not sure a modern post-industrial society is viable long term with desalination for fresh water.

          • Pave Way IV

            Natural Gas: Syria – by geography alone – is a logical collection/consolidation hub for natural gas sourced from GCC, Iran, Iraq, Egypt and Israel. It doesn’t need to be made into one by KSA or anyone else – regional politics and wars have prevented its development.

            Egypt, Jordan, Syria and Lebanon agreed to build the Arab Gas Pipeline at a cost of $1.2 billion in 2001. Between 2003 and 2008, all the sections and pumping/metering stations were constructed – only the Syria-Turkey interconnect was left. The Nabucco/TAP/TANAP/Southstream wars heated up about then and the Egyptian supply disintegrated. The Arab Gas Pipeline is still there and still capable of exporting gas – that’s why Israel (via a front company) is building their new gas pipeline beyond Jordan’s power station customers right up to the Arab Gas Pipeline in Jordan.

            Oil pipelines are a different matter – I agree that an EU pipeline wouldn’t ever make sense. The oil issues were more about preventing Syria/Lebanon from becoming a hub and Mediterranean tanker port for export of Iraqi (and potentially GCC) crude. Consider the current insane alternative plan the US and GCC have bribed/strong-armed Iraq to agree to build the Basra to Aqaba ‘Strategic’ pipeline. Put billions in a pipeline whose exports are limited to medium-sized tankers that still have to transit the Suez Canal – does that make any sense?.

            Now when Israel taps into the Basra-Aqaba pipeline (and they plan to after Iraq/Jordan pay for its construction), they can outbid Aqaba buyers because there will be no Suez Canal transit fees, restrictions or potential closures. That’s exactly why a pipeline through Syria/Lebanon would make far more sense for Iraq. And that’s exactly why the US intentionally bombed Iraqi’s K-3 in 2003, yet had the SAS ‘guard’ the unused H-1 through H-3 pumping stations. The US and Israel will only allow Iraqi oil to be exported through Jordan to Israel’s benefit, and none will be allowed to flow to/through Syria/Lebanon. In fact, that effort continues today. The US intends to own al Bukamal and prevent T-1 and T-2 from ever being used, discouraging any potential Iraqi plan to revive/enlarge the old Western Pipeline through Syria to Tripoli/Banias. As of late, it looks like the US outsourced the thuggery to a now Saudi-bankrolled Shammar Tribe ‘Border Force’ army. They already guard the stolen oilfields and were on CENTCOM’s payroll until now.

          • Douglas Houck

            Excellent reply, Thanks. While I don’t believe pumping natural gas is going to be in anybody’s near term future, your explaination of trying to stop Iran (and Iraq) from shipping oil through Syria/Lebanon to avoid the Suez Canal rings true. It will be interesting to see what the new Iraqi government does on this issue as the Haider al-Abadi government had made mention of restarting the the old Western Pipeline.Nothing is settled yet.

            Anything to harm Iran and help Israel.

  • Tudor Miron

    As if we didn’t know that Killary is always in support for more wars.

  • Smaug

    The main reason we have to believe these are authentic is that they actually reveal nothing about anyone’s intentions and whether these actions fueled the war depends totally on who’s propaganda you believe.
    Obama was often accused of being anti-Semitic (he was certainly pro-Palestinian in his opinions) but he still continued most of the Reagan era policies because that is what most US voters wanted. So what is so surprising in this article?

    • Pacificnorthwest

      That the US is complicit in genocide. Not just allegedly, but by clear documentation. What was forced upon Syria because of Zionist imperial ambition is a war crime. Both HRC and Obama are implicated in the planning and commussion of this war crime, as this and other documents (and leaks) reveal.

    • frankly

      Smaug in the fog. Another in a long series of preposterous conclusions. You are so like the MSM. Over the top nonsense, delivered with deadpan incredibility.

      George Carlen’s delivery suites me better, bitter honesty, right to the point, lot’s of emotion. He only kissed truth’s ass.

      I would not doubt Obama shitting in Smaug’s mouth, his reply, “thank you sir”.

    • gustavo

      This Hilary’s article is totally irrelevant since she says what everybody knows since long long time ago, but she does not want to disappear from the political map in USA.

  • Xanatos

    Hillary totally took advantage of obama’s ignorance and naiveté. He fell for it hook, line, and sinker. And with his executive decision, half a million died, a peaceful country is in ruins, 6 million fled in exodus and europe had mass terror attacks. from 2011 to 2018, israel lost nothing until an F16 was shot down earlier this year.

    Somehow, The attempt to install a puppet dictator failed. The might of the strongest air forces together with over one trillion dollars spent by gulf monarchs miraculously lost to the bravery of the syrian people and its allies.

  • Rodger

    “The resulting regime in Syria will see the United States as a friend, not an enemy. Washington would gain substantial recognition as fighting for the people in the Arab world, not the corrupt regimes.”
    Hahahaha, this clearly show how completely delussional they are in Washington.

  • Gregory Casey

    I have read the e-mails as downloaded on Twitter and I am at a loss as to why Hilary Clinton is being portrayed as the writer of these Mails. The Mails are from 2012, one year in to the Syrian crisis and make clear that they were written some months following commencement of negotiations on the Iran Nuclear Deal and as far as I can detect, they were written in 2012 at a time when Hilary Clinton had long since departed as US Secretary of State having been replaced by John Kerry. Incidentally, the Mails as they appear on WikiLeaks are unsigned.

    Given the outcome of those negotiations on the Iran Nuclear Deal, it is quite clear that John Kerry and President Obama had a very considerable influence on hauling the American NeoCon Military-Defence Establishment back from the brink of being the prime cause of all-out war in the Middle East but unfortunately, their steadying influence, specifically John Kerry’s influence has been replaced by a belligerent, pro-Zionist and reckless outlook led by Trump in breaking America’s ‘word’ internationally and moving America ever closer to ensuring that American Soldiers return to their homes and towns in body-bags ………….. despite Trump’s Campaign rhetoric.

    Can somebody please elucidate on the Author of these E-mails?

    Regardless, whoever wrote these E-mails has clearly shown American State Department thinking on Israel, Syria, Lebanon & Iran and their publication is extremely helpful in order that we may all gather together to obstruct, deny and ensure that American belligerence and rank stupidity is made known to the world although, knowing our media here in Europe and in America, the chances of anyone taking any notice is slim …….. unfortunately.

    Ignorance is bliss until bodies and pieces of bodies begin to return to US Bases for burial, surrounded by misplaced Patriotism driven by an ignorant media and a population open to outrageous manipulation.

    • frankly

      So try some research on Wikileaks impeccable reputation for accuracy. Last I read of that, they have never been proven wrong.

      It’s a joke right, allowing the US to funnel weapons from Libya to Syria is a steadying influence, that’s actually funny it’s so sick. You another one of those both sides of the mouth dissemblers.

      As to ignorant and outrageous, it is best explained as being a very clever, expensive and effective military propaganda project. But placing the blame firmly on the victims surely serves your master’s agenda.

      • Gregory Casey

        The point I was making and the Question I was asking is whether the E-mails released by WikiLeaks from within the State Department and dating from at earliest, late 2012 and more likely having regard to references to negotiations commenced on Iran Nuclear Deal and therefore, more likely, from 2013, were in fact written by Clinton. If she did write them, she and her State Department should be prosecuted for their Actions in Syria.

        • frankly

          That’s funny Clinton prosecuted, you living under a rock for 40 years and just get out?

          Having listened to her lie, uh speak, I would bet decent money this is her. However the reputation of Wikileaks is impeccable, notice the effort to destroy Julian Assange.

          I would happily settle for one case prosecuting them for what they did in Arkansas, pick a controversy, dozens of them. Getting agencies to investigate just grows bureaucracy.

          It’s kinda like buying drugs, you put money in criminals hands and they grow their business. Lawyers defending Clintons are the same way, the Clintons have literally emerged above any law. Some of their lawyers perhaps chafed at their orders, they are now dead, not a small list.

  • frankly

    Not many comments about the article itself. Clinton’s attitude comes through clearly, self serving, righteous, never a hint of doubt, or lack of knowledge about any of the details she fronts as fact. A seamless blend of truth and illusion. Her references to rebels and deserters without any acknowledgement of the massive sums of money behind their new found allegiances. Not even a casual mention of the disastrous results for the typical individual in Libya. Plainly illustrating her disdain for us less connected Goyim.
    I think this needs to be stressed very plainly. US elections are rigged in two key ways. The whole process is corrupted from start to finish. There is no noble party. It would seem to me the agencies simply look the other way, as immorality and criminality becomes easier for all, when it is pervasive. “Who do you trust?” Well no one, they are all corrupt! If they aren’t the system neuters them.
    Secondly, elections are not predicted accurately by any experts, as when everyone cheats its impossible to have facts. Before or after. So, and here is the heart of the system. Before a candidate is elected, they are shown that the position is a puppet show. The plan is already made, they will have no true power and little if any input to the position. If they balk, they might continue on, but they are informed of how the system works and minimalized in every way when they fight it. JFK found out and every other president who took a bullet knows the true influence of Empire and where the bullets come from.
    It can be lucrative or devastating, those in any position needing changed world wide are given the same deal. Prosper beyond your talent or any reasonable expectation, no wonder they feel indispensable, or suffer intolerable degradations from depraved torturers until you inevitable succumb or simply cease to exist. Oh they are heroes, holidays and libraries named for them, but in the end, the evil ones who call shots, spit on the graves of our heroes and make comments like, serves you right for not submitting. They may earn some begrudging respect but in the end, dead is dead.
    I know, jeez frankly cheer up. Our only salvation seems tied up in finding some morality and building on it instead of ripping it to shreds. Our culture has turned any perceived good into a weakness, a foolish pursuit, laughably naïve. Go ahead, cheat, lie, steal, everyone else does.
    That’s why leaders like Assad and Putin inspire me. Oh I know as humans they have faults and weaknesses. But they seem to be trying to do the right thing. I look at the bridge to Crimea, now there is power projection, explain to me the nefarious intention. They spent a lot of money, employed a lot of people and actually fucking built something that serves a useful purpose. The Ukrainians, well some of them, either want to steal it or destroy it.
    F.uk.us and Co-Conspirators build walls, prisons and weaponry to destroy the efforts and dreams of normal people. In any of the countries where they “brought democracy”, do they have anything remotely resembling the bridges in Crimea? Name it trolls! Hell I read in Iraq large amounts of people still do not have the electricity they once had, back.
    What of the rewards to their faithful slaves in their own countries, name it trolls! What do they give? An opioid epidemic. Rampant obesity with failing health. Suicide becoming a national sport. Education that is merely an extension of the brain washing the video screens provide at home, just as Orwell predicted. Food that buy an accurate scientific label would be called poison. And Police, who protect and serve the evil agenda of psychopaths and punish everyone else.
    Where do all these fucking stupid trolls come from? They neither inform nor amuse, they just tear apart all that is good and glorify evil. God help us please to love those who need love and take away the power of those who offer no good thing.

  • gustavo

    This known by everyboody. That is why this leaking is meaningless and has not effect at all in public opinion since public opinion has supported government actions since the beginning.