SYRIA: THREE CHEMICAL WEAPONS FACILITIES DESTROYED

First, lets go back in time. On August 20, 1998, the former potus, wild-Bill Clinton, ordered the bombings of two alleged Al Qaeda bases. One in Khost, Afghanistan, and the other being the Al-Shifa aspirin factory in Khartoum, Sudan. The strikes were solely comitted by the Clinton admentruation - w/ out the backing of any of our NATO allies. The attacks occurred right smack-dab in the middle of wild-Billy Clinton's sex scandal where he was impeached by Congress for having lied under oath denying pf his sex acts - not 10yrs before, before he was potus, but in the White House; from within the Oval Office to be exact.

The recent attacks in Syria was in collaboration with Great Britain and France and in response to what was proven to have been yet another chemical attack by the Syrian military.

The response was exact and well thought out. Not the desperate attempts by a potus to deflect from the indictments by merely changing the headlines.

It looks like Putin's psy-ops of warning citizens of an imminent nuclear exchange and deploying more pf his naval ships to the area was a flop. America finally has a genuine leader in the WH again.

ps: Props to President Trump on having granted Lewis "Scooter" Libby a full pardon. Yet something else that pro-globalist George W refused to grant - because he chose to play political (democrat) correctness instead.

Luis

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Comment by Larry Puckette on Tuesday

being a has-been data network guru I have 2¢ on the hacking of government web sites conversation..

there are 2 primary inherent problems at play;

. government implements nothing rapidly, including software security updates which are necessary daily to prevent hacking, maybe multiple times daily.

. shared data circuits (internet) cannot be secure.

imo - the combination surely makes hacking government websites among the easiest targets. Government websites can be much more secure but it takes a design change. Government needs it's own private circuit network with minimum portals to the internet, as it is now each facility is connected to the internet - providing a portal for hacking. Given the inherent slow pace of government to implement change in it's processes, those mass numbers of portals make adequate network security impossible.

another issue is it has implemented tcp/ip across the board, even to the naval ships. I was in classes with a bunch of Navy network guys when it was happening and haven't thought it was a good idea since. Making ship data communications reliant on tcp/ip protocols may have been taking advantage of software innovation we all benefit from, but it also made the ships vulnerable to hackers who know the tcp/ip protocols thoroughly and the hacking weaknesses before anybody else - especially the ship's network security guys.

in short - I believe government websites can be made very hard to hack into. It would take a network design change though, mostly private circuits with minimal portals to the internet, and using a different protocol than tcp/ip on it's internal network. NOT impossible, or even that hard - just acceptance that government data networks cannot be secure enough when designed like every other internet dependent/reliant network.

Comment by Patricia Gillenwater on Monday

My desire is simply do not allow the bad actors to draw the USA in to constant conflict. This strategy is designed to bankrupt America both monetarily and divide us domestically.

100 of thousands of those in conflict regions have died and been displaced. You would think the ones still living would be tired to the bone with constant conflict. 

I am concerned with how quickly the USA complex has and is placing what seems all in to the technology of warfare basket. This is placing us in a basket for Cyberwar on a massive scale. New kind of war what they seem to now refer to as "bloodless war". Not at all bloodless I think. 

Hacking in to criticals big time problem and there seems no real solutions to the problem.

Comment by American912 on Monday

Syria War's Game Theory Is Too Complex to Predict
The number of countries involved in festering Middle East conflicts most closely resembles the situation before World War I. That's frightening.

https://www.bloomberg.com/view/articles/2018-04-14/u-s-syria-strike...

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Iraqi Army Launches Security Operation On Borders With Syria, Jordan And Saudi Arabia

https://southfront.org/iraqi-army-launches-security-operation-on-bo...

Comment by American912 on Monday
Comment by American912 on Monday

You should have posted this editorial as a discussion Luis. imo

Comment by American912 on Monday

I completely forgot about the Hawaii nuclear attack sirens. Good recall. Excellent points Luis!

Am, Putin's psy-ops reminded me of when the dk blue state of Hawaii had those nuclear attack sirens screeching all over the place.  A FAKE-response to DT's stance on NKorea. "WE" are always "the problem". 

Btw, as for the proxy-war in Syria:  The only nation w/ a real "dog" in that fight is ISRAEL. Which is the reason why Iran has its forces there. Russia does NOT need them to fight off the Syrian rebels (ISIS).

Comment by American912 on Monday

"We should be "concerned", huh."

You betcha. And if your not concerned by now, I say, oh well and move on. You can lead a horse to water but you  can't make a horse drink. What is most important for the Individual, family, community, right now, is to prepare for the worst scenario for when the sh*t hits the fan.  

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Iron Triangle Luis, they are all tied together. I have been breaking it down for the viewers on the forum to connect the dots for quite a while. Doesn't seem to work when you hear the cheerleaders praise the presidents thumping chest pimple bomb strike on Syria. Obviously they must have forgotten .....

[2]: If we're going to talk about the "nchecked" and "not accountable" it goes beyond our military. What about the NSA, CIA, TSA, the IRS, the DoJ and the Federal Reserve to name a few? That 50s term "Military Industrial Complex" sounds really intelligent - but it means nothing in todays world. It's become as generic as those "evil corporations" and "the establishment".

Comment by luis✩USA on Monday

Am, Putin's psy-ops reminded me of when the dk blue state of Hawaii had those nuclear attack sirens screeching all over the place.  A FAKE-response to DT's stance on NKorea. "WE" are always "the problem". 

Btw, as for the proxy-war in Syria:  The only nation w/ a real "dog" in that fight is ISRAEL. Which is the reason why Iran has its forces there. Russia does NOT need them to fight off the Syrian rebels (ISIS).

Comment by luis✩USA on Monday

"[1] We should be concerned about our future with the expansion of U.S. Military-Industrial Complex power around the globe and in space. [2] So enormous, one could almost consider it to be its own Military Government left unchecked not accountable to anyone."

Hi, Am. In reply to [1]:  The first line said it all.  Imo, we should have been "concerned about our future" well over a century ago. "We" meaning the American people as a whole. But, we weren't.  S, here we are today, 2018, between a rock and a hard place. Where nations like Russia, China, Iran, NKorea and Syria produce chems, bios and nukes. And have the capability to launch EMPs as well.  Like a used to tell the Ron Paulers: This isn't the 18th century anymore. We can no longer solely depend on our natural boundaries...like OCEANS...to act as our deterent. Submarines have replaced sail boats; ICBMs have replaced cannonballs; and our enemies ARE n space.

[2]: If we're going to talk about the "nchecked" and "not accountable" it goes beyond our military. What about the NSA, CIA, TSA, the IRS, the DoJ and the Federal Reserve to name a few?  That 50s term "Military Industrial Complex" sounds really intelligent - but it means nothing in todays world. It's become as generic as those "evil corporations" and "the establishment". 

We should be "concerned", huh.

 

Comment by American912 on Monday

"It looks like Putin's psy-ops of warning citizens of an imminent nuclear exchange and deploying more pf his naval ships to the area was a flop. America finally has a genuine leader in the WH again."

Give it time Luis. Russia is in no hurry. Cyber threats could cause a big problem for our country and military.

Cybersecurity threats "keep me up at night," said Homeland Security Secretary Kirstjen Nielsen at an April 11 appropriations hearing. "It changes quickly. It’s prolific. It’s non-stop and it’s from many, many, many sectors."

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"No, this limited attack was very much like LAST YEAR’S Tomahawk parade (stock tip: buy Raytheon). It was a Mattis masterpiece of shadowy puppet theater designed to give Trump a way out of his self-painted corner. This was a well-crafted face-saving scenario. And this was a way for Trump to prove that his red line bloviations mean something, unlike the red line sissy-dancing of his predecessor."

The Real Message Behind Trump’s Syrian Strike

https://original.antiwar.com/JP-Sottile/2018/04/15/the-real-message...

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"Western air strikes "might have rained down punishment from the sky, but they will not fundamentally degrade a war machine whose main bases, weaponry, and personal remain in place."

https://www.militarytimes.com/flashpoints/2018/04/15/western-airstr...

https://twitter.com/IvanSidorenko1

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Take The Red Pill - The History Of Syrian False Flags Exposed
"You take the red pill... and I show you how deep the rabbit hole goes."

https://www.zerohedge.com/news/2018-04-15/take-red-pill-history-syr...

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Haley: US Not Withdrawing Troops From Syria "Until Goals Accomplished", Will Hit Russia With More Sanctions Monday

https://www.zerohedge.com/news/2018-04-15/haley-us-not-withdrwaing-...

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