Monday, November 2, 2015

U.S. Gov’t Semantics To Aid In Deploying Ground Troops To Syria

Scrambling to protect the terrorists it has funded, armed, trained, and directed for several years against the secular government of Bashar al-Assad, the United States is now openly considering the option of ground troops in Syria. Of course, the term “ground troops” is not being used in general discussion. Instead, “enablers” is the semantical redirection of choice.
Ground troops – sorry, “enablers” – have been active in Syria for some time in the form of Special Forces soldiers taking place in direct combat support missions for terrorist actors as well as in logistical organization and spotting maneuvers. The new discussion, however, is surrounding the open deployment of “ground troops” to Syria under the guise of “fighting ISIS.” In reality, of course, those troops will be stationed in Syria to support ISIS and the alleged-but-never-proven-in-the-slightest-to-be-moderate “rebels” who are also raping and beheading their way across Syria in exactly the same fashion as ISIS.
These troops will be a further step in the direction of direct US military involvement in Syria of the open war variety. These troops will also be sitting ducks and potential “collateral damage” from Russian airstrikes actually aimed at ISIS/jihadist fighters and a potential spark for the powder keg of propaganda that would be launched in the event of Russia “killing our troops.”
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