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Washington Still Wants “Coalition of Willing” for War on Syria

Syria: Although Britain is not really willing, Washington still wants war.

The United States and some of the usual proxies and allies, including the Israeli regime in Tel Aviv and the partly Zionist administration of France, are still interested to form a “coalition of willing” for the war against Syria, although the British Parliament has voted against a military response by the UK against the Arab nation and even Germany stated that it will not take part in military actions against Syria.

However, although the United States seem to have lost the usual slaves of Britain for their war intentions, they still maintain their high level of the rhetoric of war against Damascus and feign that such a military strike against Damascus would be underlined by their (imaginary?) evidence that the Syrian government has used chemical weapons in the Syrian conflict against Syrian civilians and the foreign-backed terrorists.

However, if there is convincing evidence for the situation that the Syrian Arab Army (SAA) has used chemical weapons against civilians, Washington, London and Paris should publish such alleged evidence.

But after the recent days and all the empty accusations against the Syrian government in Damascus, the alleged evidence of Washington in terms of the claims that the Syrian government / Syrian army has used chemical weapons smell like the evidence for Saddam’s weapons of mass destruction in Iraq 10 years ago. These WMDs are still somewhere but not in Iraq. Maybe in the living room of Tony Blair, who knows?

But in terms of the aims by Washington, the Israel Lobby and several other backers of the terrorism and violence in Syria, including the potential war profiteers as well as the totalitarian regimes in Saudi Arabia and Qatar, these sides want to implement their agenda in the Middle East, come what may – and even the vote against a military action by the British Parliament seems to not change the war intentions of the U.S. administration in Washington and the government in Paris, France.

For example, the French President Hollande has already confirmed in a new interview that the British rejection for a military strike against Damascus will have no influence on the stance of the administration in France in terms of a military response on Damascus. French President Hollande also said that the UK vote against a war on Syria will even not change the stances of other governments, beside the administration in France.

And indeed, Washington, Tel Aviv and Paris are still threatening with a military strike against the government of Syrian President Bashar al-Assad in Damascus and all over the false claims about the role of Damascus in the recent deadly chemical attack near Damascus – again, there is no convincing evidence so far and even Russia has repeatedly explained that there is no evidence for the accusations of the United States that the Syrian government has used chemical weapons in attacks against Syrian civilians.

Further, in case the Syrian government (i.e. the Syrian Army) would have used chemical weapons against civilians in Syria, the support for Syria’s President and the Syrian Arab Army (SAA) in the Arab nation would certainly be less than it currently still is. If there would not be such a support for the Syrian governance and national army in the country, the situation would already be very different to what it actually is.

However, although the British Parliament has voted against the participation of Britain in a military strike against Syria, it was somehow clear that Washington will still try to maintain its rhetoric of war and to succeed in the formation of the “coalition of willing” for this war against Damascus.

The U.S. Defence Secretary Chuck Hagel, although the term “Defence” seems a bit questionable in these regards, said today, that the United States will continue the efforts to form “an international coalition against Damascus.”

Thus, the Defence Secretary of Washington confirmed the further intentions of the United States to wage war against another country in the Middle East – if there is real evidence or not. At least, they still say they have evidence for their accusations against the Syrian government. However, this kind of evidence seems not to be very convincing for many MPs in Britain, Italy, and Germany.

Docked Submarine
Docked Submarine

The US Defence Secretary Chuck Hagel also said on Thursday that Washington is still in talks with Britain in terms of a potential military response against Damascus in order to “protect the civilians” in the Arab nation. In addition, Chuck Hagel confirmed that another briefing of the U.S. Congress will soon happen and one knows that they have to conduct a new briefing of the US Congress because even many of the Congress in the United States are not convinced by the alleged evidence of the Obama administration for their claims against the Syrian government in Damascus.

It still remains to be seen what will happen. Although the British Parliament has voted against military actions on Syria and although Germany has turned down any (official) role in a military response against Damascus, there are still Washington, Paris, Tel Aviv and some other Western and regional powers in the Middle East that want to launch the war on Syria – with or without evidence and with or without support of the majority of the general public.

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