Our USA and world core interests and values are at stake
The status quo cannot continue!
We must send our brave USA Troops and military
resources now :
Saudi Arabia, Turkey, Jordan and France are waiting on USA to take ACTION!!!
the alternative is far worse: Al-Qaeda rebuilding and gaining a new stronghold in Syria
Jabhat al-Nusra has aspirations to attack USA
If we let this situation continue without military intervention we are going to be responding to a terrorist attack originating from a new al-Qaeda enclave in eastern Syria.
Meanwhile Assad continuing his butchery as he has
demonstrated in Homs and using barrel bomb attacks
which kill innocents in this conflict.
Yes – We do have a diplomatic effort by the United Nations in Geneva.
No negotiation with Syrian President Bashar al-Assad and Islamic Jihad Extremeists
One strategy to get Assad to bow to diplomacy is
targeted sanctions on banks that finance arms
shipments to the regime and on financiers of al-Qaeda.
Targeting these institutions would create obstacles to
the regime’s resupply efforts and would place pressure
on Assad’s international supporters to help us achieve a
However [ this strategy has no chance in hell of
working! Why? Both Syrian President Assad and the
terrorists are committed to fight untill death. Russia is
helping President Assad and The Rich Persian Gulf
states are helping to lucuratively finance the terrorists.
We must come to the aid of the little peace and freedom
coalition seeking help at the Gevena peace talks with
USA troops and military resources
A strategy to keep territory liberated from Al-Qaeda
Terrorists is to pay cash to pay salaries in liberated
areas. By helping the opposition’s local government
councils pay teachers, medical workers, civil servants
and police officers, we can help them gain legitimacy
and establish public order, creating a more viable
alternative to the extremists and the Assad regime.
Sources: Source: Samuel R. Berger, The Washington Post
Associated Press writers Kimberly Dozier in Washington and Matthew Lee in Paris contributed to this report.