There Is More To Syria Than We Are Being Told
Have you seen this story?
“Were these rebels being armed with weapons collected in Benghazi? Again, there is reason to believe this may be the case and a clear explanation is warranted,” Wolf asked, according to a copy of his prepared remarks obtained by the Washington Free Beacon.
Did you know about this one?
A former U.S. attorney representing Benghazi whistleblowers is claiming that 400 surface-to-air missiles were “stolen” and “taken from Libya” and are now “in the hands of some very ugly people.” He also said the Obama administration is “deeply concerned” that the weapons may be used to shoot down airliners.
In an interview with WMAL radio, Joe DiGenova explained that the stolen missiles also represent one of the reasons the U.S. State Department shut down 19 embassies across the Middle East last week.
Do you suppose that the allegations that Beghazi is connected to gun running, by the Obama Administration, to the Al Qaeda-connected rebels in Syria might also be connected to the weapons mentioned in the story above and the reports in the two stories below?
That’s the claim today from Republican Rep. Frank Wolf.
The Virginia congressman took the House floor this week to comment on the ongoing investigation into the Sept. 11, 2012 terrorist attack on American diplomatic personnel in Benghazi, Libya. During his remarks, Rep. Wolf noted that his office had received reports that survivors of the attack that killed four Americans have been asked or directed to sign non-disclosure forms to prevent them from discussing details of the event:
“Since January, some CIA operatives involved in the agency’s missions in Libya, have been subjected to frequent, even monthly polygraph examinations, according to a source with deep inside knowledge of the agency’s workings,” the bombshell report reveals. “The goal of the questioning, according to sources, is to find out if anyone is talking to the media or Congress.”
But why: why would we want to support the Syrian rebels – especially since they are connected to Al Qaeda? To find the answer to that question, you have to ask some more questions. Why did we go into Kuwait? We invaded Kuwait to protect the oil interests of the Saudi-led OPEC nations. And why did we go back into Iraq after 9/11? Again: we invaded Iraq to protect the interests of Saudi Arabia. The connection between our government (both Parties) and the Saudis has been clearly made, and much of U.S. foreign and economic policy only makes sense in relation to protecting the interests of the Saudis. This is what Syria is all about: the continued use of U.S. military, economic and political might to protect the Saudi oil interests. But, this time, there is strong opposition because Syria is a key player for the other global oil powerhouse: Russia.
Beck explained that there are two oil and natural gas pipelines that have been vying for access to Syria, one of which would go through Iran and Iraq, the other of which would go through Qatar and Saudi Arabia. The latter was denied by Syria, Beck said, much to the dismay of Qatar and Saudi Arabia.
Beck then noted that John Kerry said certain Arab countries have offered to pay for a U.S. strike on Syria.
Watch the two videos in this story, and understand this: Beck has all but told us that he is just reporting the information he gets from insiders; people such as Rep. Wolf. This is how real patriots are trying to get the word out and warn America: through the alternative, free media. Beck just happens to be one of these voices, and I have come to pay attention when he explains matters such as this because history has proven he is usually way out in front of key stories, and he is usually right. There is nothing about Beck’s background to suggest he should or actually has any special knowledge or expertise that would explain this repeated accuracy – other than what he has told his audience: he is merely reporting what he can tell us that he has been told by people in better position to know the Truth. As always, you’ll have to decide for yourself, but you should reserve your judgment until after you have given Beck a fair hearing and due consideration to the information he presents.