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Re: British issue 24 Hour ULTIMATUM
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Theresa May should ignore the pressure to punish Russia before she knows all the facts






'A Russian spy and his daughter have been poisoned on British soil and the clamour is now growing, in politics and the media, for Theresa May and her government to blame the Kremlin. Unless the prime minister really does have firm information that the Russian state planned and carried out the attack, she should resist this pressure and the accompanying demands that the UK retaliate for a crime that is still under investigation.

Vladimir Putin is an authoritarian leader, who rebuilt a state that can be antagonistic and provocative, but it’s become exceptionally difficult to untangle well-founded allegations against Moscow from a daily onslaught of poorly evidenced, anti-Russian innuendo. There is a longstanding British tradition, dating back to at least the nineteenth century, of blaming Russia for almost everything and a failure to try to understand that country’s worldview has allowed relationships to deteriorate to the point that an objective assessment of the Skripal incident may not even be possible.

Since it emerged that Sergei and Yulia Skripal were poisoned by a ‘nerve agent’ in Salisbury, there has been a profusion of commentary suggesting that the Russian state is almost certainly behind the attack. Curiously, journalists who live and work in Russia are more cautious. In The Independent, Ollie Carroll portrays a more complicated picture, observing that Mr Skripal has many possible enemies who may have planned an assassination, without receiving an order directly from the Kremlin.

The journalist and author Marc Bennetts, who covers Russia for The Times and The Guardian, points out inaccuracies, inconsistencies and mistranslations finding their way into British reports. They’re not particularly difficult to find.'

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Re: British issue 24 Hour ULTIMATUM
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Russia won’t respond to UK ultimatum until samples of alleged chemical weapon received – Lavrov



On Monday, British Prime Minister Theresa May said a chemical weapon developed under a secret Soviet program dubbed Novichok was used in the poisoning of Sergei Skripal. May demanded that Russia provide details of the program, saying otherwise London would consider the poisoning an attack directed by the Russian government.'

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Re: British issue 24 Hour ULTIMATUM
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Flashback 2015 - WMD Britain: How MoD scientists tested chemical weapons including anthrax and the PLAGUE on soldiers and members of the public - and even released dangerous bacteria on the Tube
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'The gruesome reality of chemical experiments carried out by the Ministry of Defence at a controversial 'military science park' over the course of 50 years has been revealed.

Teenager soldiers and servicemen unwittingly volunteered to be human 'guinea pigs' for a series of experiments at Porton Down, in Wiltshire, in the hope of a bit of extra cash.

But the unsuspecting volunteers were exposed to Sarin gas, anthrax and even the Black Death, a new book has revealed.

One victim was left convulsing with ‘terrible stuff coming out of his mouth like frogspawn’; another teenage serviceman believed he had a four-hour conversation with a school-friend who had died years before, after being injected with a brain-incapacitating drug. Spam_A Spam_B Incredibly, thousands of members of the British public were also unknowingly exposed by government scientists who released spores of a 'plague-like' bacteria on the London Underground in 1963.

Although considered harmless at the time Bacillus globigii - or BG to use its military moniker - can in fact cause food poisoning, eye infections, and even potentially deadly septicaemia.

But none of the London commuters were ever told of the experiment.




Scientists at Porton Down assured their thousands of military volunteers that they were 'totally safe' before exposing them to a series of dangerous experiments.

Despite being turned into ‘guinea pigs’ by their own government, 21,000 servicemen between 1939 and 1989 were only offered token payments, a day off, or even just a free bus pass.

Decades later, in 2008, the government finally apologised for the atrocities that had been carried out on human ‘guinea pigs’ and paid compensation to 670 of the victims.

Historian Ulf Schmidt, a leading academic of modern history at the University of Kent, has revealed exactly what the shocking experiments entailed and the horrific effects they had on their ‘participants’.'



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Re: British issue 24 Hour ULTIMATUM
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Labour MP Chris Bryant calls for RT UK to be shut down… despite appearing on it himself
http://www.rt.com/uk/421111-propaganda-ofcom-chris-bryant/





'Labour MP Chris Bryant has called for RT UK to have its license revoked for “broadcasting its propaganda.” Does he need reminding that he had no qualms appearing on the channel when he had a book to sell?

Speaking in the Commons on Monday, after Prime Minister Theresa May was updating MPs on the poisoning of ex-double agent Sergei Skripal, Bryant, the MP for Rhondda need, asked: “Can we just stop Russia Today [RT] broadcasting its propaganda in this country?” May responded by saying she would update MPs on “further measures” this week. Spam_A Spam_B Bryant is seemingly happy to appear on RT when it suits his interests. In 2014, he was a guest on current affairs show ‘Going Underground’ to get some exposure for his book on constitutional reform.











He used the interview to say while he “believes in parliamentary democracy, I sometimes think that we British, we have a slightly self-aggrandizing view of our own history.” He added that there is “a lot of naughtiness” in Parliament.

Bryant also used his screen time to take a dig at the Times’ owner Rupert Murdoch.

“I hope that the British political class – that’s all of us, all of the political parties together – have finally learned that you can’t allow one man to have control of 40 percent of the newspaper market and the largest broadcast value … You can’t put so much power in one person’s hands.”

Will Bryant enlighten his fellow MPs of his own RT past next time he goes on an anti-Russian diatribe? Not likely.'



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Re: Ready for war with Russia?
« Reply #29 on: Mar 13, 2018, 11:22:43 am »
 

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What a joke. On the national news here in the states last night night, they said it was 10 times more powerful than sarin. Then how are they still alive? I just read in one of the above articles that entire sections of the city have been closed down. In the same report here last night they showed people being interviewed with a little yellow radiation tent or w/e over the bench where they collapsed about 25 feet in the background. Lol really? Lots of scary guys in yellow space suits not far from the camera. Uh, and this guy isn't British? I understand being angry about the British policeman being hurt, but what good is a Russian double agent to anyone? Aren't double agents like mercenaries with no provable loyalties? Is he even a British citizen? Why would you even keep him on the island? And just what exactly is Britain gonna do about it? Is she expecting us to nuke them for her or something? Talking about acts of war like it's cheap.



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Re: Ready for war with Russia?
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Russia's Game-Changing Weapons That Were Not Mentioned In Putin's Speech
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NATO is not trying to isolate Russia: Stoltenberg
http://www.presstv.com/Detail/2018/04/04/557438/NATO-Russia-Isolation





'NATO is not aiming to isolate Russia after a nerve agent attack on a former Russian agent and his daughter in Britain last month but had to crack down to show its unhappiness with Moscow, Secretary-General Jens Stoltenberg said on Wednesday.

The alliance last week expelled seven diplomats from the Russian mission to NATO and cut the maximum size of the delegation to 20 from 30 after the attack, which the West blames on Moscow although the Kremlin denies it. Spam_A Spam_B "We continue to strive for a better relationship with Russia because Russia is our neighbor, Russia is there to stay. We are not aiming at isolating Russia," Stoltenberg said in remarks at the University of Ottawa.

Stoltenberg said NATO was concerned by a more assertive Russia that he said had annexed Crimea, destabilized eastern Ukraine, backed Syrian President Bashar al-Assad and meddled in the affairs of other nations.

"That was the reason why NATO allies and partners reacted the way they reacted after the attack in Salisbury. Because that is not a single event," he said. "It is an attack which has taken place (against) the backdrop of a pattern of hatred which we have seen over many years from Russia."'



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US lowering threshold for using nuclear weapons causes deepest concern – Lavrov
http://www.rt.com/usa/423325-us-lowering-threshold-lavrov/





'Russia is worried the US could respond with nuclear weapons to a wider range of circumstances and that its priorities lie in establishing “military supremacy and upsetting parity” when it comes to “strategic stability.”

“The US policy of lowering the threshold of using nuclear weapons causes the deepest concern,” Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov said at the Moscow Conference on International Security. Washington’s latest Nuclear Posture Review expands a number of scenarios in which a nuclear response would be considered. Spam_A Spam_B The US is also planning to replace outdated ballistic missiles with new, less powerful nuclear warheads to have them available and ready to give a “flexible response.”

NATO’s growing military activity near the borders of Russia and further efforts to deploy missile defense systems there is another worrisome factor for Moscow. “In the sphere of strategic stability, Washington attaches priority to gaining military supremacy and upsetting parity,” he said.

The Russian foreign minister also expressed concern over “speculations about spreading within NATO’s framework Article 5 of the Washington Treaty to the problems emerging in cyberspace.” The article states that an attack against one ally is considered an attack against all allies. NATO is working on expanding its guidelines on what could trigger its collective response to cyberattacks. Russia often called for "starting a professional discussion on confidence building measures and resistance to threats in that field " but there were no response either from Washington or from Brussels.'



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‘Russia will never be our friend, we’ll slap them when needed’ – US envoy to UN
http://www.rt.com/usa/423422-us-russia-stalemate-haley/





'Nikki Haley has erupted in another fiery Russophobic rant, warning that Russia will “never be America’s friend.” Moscow can try to behave “like a regular country,” but the US will “slap them when we need to,” Haley said.

The US ambassador to the UN is not known for her friendly stance toward Moscow, but her new take on US-Russia relations stands out among even her most rabid ramblings. Speaking at Duke University in North Carolina on Friday, Haley admitted that friendly relations with Russia is an unlikely prospect, adding that the Trump team has done more against Moscow than any other administration since Ronald Reagan’s tenure. Spam_A Spam_B “Russia’s never going to be our friend,” Haley told students at a Q&A session, responding to a question about “holding Russia accountable” for alleged meddling in the 2016 presidential election. The diplomat said Washington still works with Moscow “when we need to, and we slap them when we need to.”

She then raised the stakes further: “Everybody likes to listen to the words. I’m going to tell you – look at the actions,” Haley urged. “We expelled 60 Russian diplomats/spies, we have armed Ukraine so that they can defend themselves,” she added.

According to the UN envoy, the US is doing “two things Russia would never want us to do,” namely enlarging the military and expanding its energy policy. “So, this president has done more against Russia than any president since Reagan,” she asserted.

“You haven’t seen the end of what this administration will do to Russia. You will continue to see that play out,” she stressed.'



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Re: Ready for war with Russia?
« Reply #34 on: Apr 07, 2018, 06:12:14 am »
 

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Remember back when it was "we got to stop Hillary or its WW3 with Russia" ?



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Re: Ready for war with Russia?
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Remember back when it was "we got to stop Hillary or its WW3 with Russia" ?

These people are lunatics. Let's just declare war on the entire world while we're at it huh?



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Re: Ready for war with Russia?
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These people are lunatics. Let's just declare war on the entire world while we're at it huh?



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I felt a lot safer during the cold war.

I say that despite back then, having a run in with some thugs from an eastern Europe embassy ( agricultural attaches)  looking for an escaped dissident.



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Re: Ready for war with Russia?
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A show of strength is it?

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Re: Trump is (not ) ready war with Russia ?
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Trump continue to tweet:

Never said when an attack on Syria would take place. Could be very soon or not so soon at all! In any event, the United States, under my Administration, has done a great job of ridding the region of ISIS. Where is our “Thank you America?”
— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) April 12, 2018




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Re: Trump is (not ) ready war with Russia ?
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Where is our “Thank you America?”
— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) April 12, 2018

Where is Congress?

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Rep. Tulsi Gabbard's Stop Arming Terrorists Act (H.R.608) would stop the U.S. government from using taxpayer dollars to directly or indirectly support groups who are allied with and supporting terrorist groups like ISIS and al Qaeda in their war to overthrow the Syrian government. The legislation is based on congressional action during the Iran-Contra affair to stop the CIA’s illegal arming of rebels in Nicaragua. It is endorsed by Progressive Democrats of America, the U.S. Peace Council, and Veterans For Peace.

Under U.S. law it is illegal for any American to provide money or assistance to al-Qaeda, ISIS or other terrorist groups. If an American citizen gave money, weapons or support to al-Qaeda or ISIS, he or she would be thrown in jail. Yet the U.S. government has been violating this law for years, quietly supporting allies and partners of al-Qaeda, ISIL, Jabhat Fateh al Sham and other terrorist groups with money, weapons, and intelligence support, in their fight to overthrow the Syrian government. The CIA has also been funneling weapons and money through Saudi Arabia, Turkey, Qatar and others who provide direct and indirect support to groups like ISIS and al-Qaeda. This support has allowed al-Qaeda and their fellow terrorist organizations to establish strongholds throughout Syria, including in Aleppo.



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Re: Ready for war with Russia?
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World War 3: Trump Begins Paying His Penance To Rothschilds
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World War 3: Trump Begins Paying His Penance To Rothschilds
http://yournewswire.com/trump-rothschilds-world-war-3/

The Rothschilds bought out Donald Trump decades ago, and now the President is repaying the globalists by doing the New World Order’s bidding.

As soon as Trump pulled the trigger on Thursday, liberal guests on MSNBC and CNN were gushing praise and John McCain and Hillary Clinton were slapping him on the back.

Let that sink in.

Make no mistake, the U.S. presidential election was rigged even before the first ballot was cast. The Rothschilds were up to their old tricks – funding both sides of the war in order to fuel chaos, derive maximum profit, and ensure they retain ultimate influence when the new order emerges.



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Re: T. May ( not ) ready for war with Russia ?
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Now she needs more evidence, support of Parliament...

https://www.alaraby.co.uk/english/news/2018/4/11/uk-might-not-commit-to-syria-strikes-may-says



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World War 3: Trump Begins Paying His Penance To Rothschilds
http://yournewswire.com/trump-rothschilds-world-war-3/

The Rothschilds bought out Donald Trump decades ago, and now the President is repaying the globalists by doing the New World Order’s bidding.

As soon as Trump pulled the trigger on Thursday, liberal guests on MSNBC and CNN were gushing praise and John McCain and Hillary Clinton were slapping him on the back.

Let that sink in.

Make no mistake, the U.S. presidential election was rigged even before the first ballot was cast. The Rothschilds were up to their old tricks – funding both sides of the war in order to fuel chaos, derive maximum profit, and ensure they retain ultimate influence when the new order emerges.



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Trump Just Booted the Rothschilds From Palm Beach Society and Banned Them From Entering His Mar-a-Lago Club “Under Any Circumstances”
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Donald J. Trump recently informed his inner circle that he completed paying off a debt he had to a Rothschild bank and then, “grabbed Jacob by the scruff of the neck and kicked him out the back door of Palm Beach society.”

This meeting featured the future President pounding his fist on the table and vowing to destroy Hillary Clinton’s corrupt globalist financiers, according to a Mar-a-Lago source. As evidenced by an explosion of interest in Illuminati central banking, Trump is making great strides through his anti-corruption Twitter campaign.

“They do not own the world, and they do not have carte blanch to do whatever they want. If we do not challenge them there will be other issues. We will not be bullied by them!”

http://harddawn.com/trump-banned-rothschilds/



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Trump Just Booted the Rothschilds From Palm Beach Society and Banned Them From Entering His Mar-a-Lago Club “Under Any Circumstances”
Posted on Oct 17, 2016 - 8:16pm by Derby Mack


Donald J. Trump recently informed his inner circle that he completed paying off a debt he had to a Rothschild bank and then, “grabbed Jacob by the scruff of the neck and kicked him out the back door of Palm Beach society.”

This meeting featured the future President pounding his fist on the table and vowing to destroy Hillary Clinton’s corrupt globalist financiers, according to a Mar-a-Lago source. As evidenced by an explosion of interest in Illuminati central banking, Trump is making great strides through his anti-corruption Twitter campaign.

“They do not own the world, and they do not have carte blanch to do whatever they want. If we do not challenge them there will be other issues. We will not be bullied by them!”

http://harddawn.com/trump-banned-rothschilds/



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Re: Ready for war with Russia?
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Yakov Kedmi former officer of Israeli "Nativ" about "Syrian Crisis" and statements of Gen. Valery Gerasimov  the current Chief of the General Staff of the Armed Forces of Russia.



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US demands shared use of Russia’s Northern Sea Route
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US demands shared use of Russia’s Northern Sea Route
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'The Northern Sea Route, which lies in Arctic waters and within Russia’s Exclusive Economic Zone, should be a transport corridor open to the entire world community, Admiral Paul Zukunft, Commandant of the US Coast Guard, said.

Zukunft told journalists that the US Armed Forces still do not intend to conduct operations in the Arctic to uphold the principle of freedom of navigation, as is done in the South China Sea.

“There is currently no pressure to conduct exercises for the freedom of navigation in the Arctic, but… the US approach is that the Northern Sea Route should be open as an international water corridor for, let’s say, a transit passage – as we see this area is being cleared of ice,” Zukunft said, adding that at the moment there’s no certain plan for conducting any exercises in the area. Spam_A Spam_B The US military commander acknowledged that such a position by Washington concerning the Northern Sea Route would inevitably be rejected by Moscow. “This will require a substantial dialogue in the future,” he said.

The Northern Sea Route, which stretches the entire length of Russia’s Arctic and Far East regions, is expected to become a major trade route for goods shipped between Europe and Asia.

Last month, Russian President Vladimir Putin said that the route would become “the key to the development of the Russian Arctic regions of the Far East.”'



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US and UK blame Russia for 'malicious' cyber-offensive
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US and UK blame Russia for 'malicious' cyber-offensive
http://www.theguardian.com/technology/2018/apr/16/us-and-uk-blame-russia-for-malicious-cyber-offensive





'The cyberwar between the west and Russia has escalated after the UK and the US issued a joint alert accusing Moscow of mounting a “malicious” internet offensive that appeared to be aimed at espionage, stealing intellectual property and laying the foundation for an attack on infrastructure.

Senior security officials in the US and UK held a rare joint conference call to directly blame the Kremlin for targeting government institutions, private sector organisations and infrastructure, and internet providers supporting these sectors.

Rob Joyce, the White House cybersecurity coordinator, set out a range of actions the US could take such as fresh sanctions and indictments as well as retaliating with its own cyber-offensive capabilities. “We are pushing back and we are pushing back hard,” he said. Spam_A Spam_B Joyce stressed the offensive could not be linked to Friday’s raid on Syria. It was not retaliation for the US, UK and French attack as the US and UK had been investigating the cyber-offensive for months. Nor, he said, should the decision to make public the cyber-attack be seen as a response to events in Syria.

Joyce was joined in the call by representatives from the FBI, the US Department of Homeland Security and the UK’s National Cyber Security Centre (NCSC), which is part of the surveillance agency GCHQ.

The US and UK, in a joint statement, said the cyber-attack was aimed not just at the UK and US but globally. “Specifically, these cyber-exploits were directed at network infrastructure devices worldwide such as routers, switches, firewalls, network intrusion detection system,” it said.'



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Nikki Haley says more sanctions against Russia coming as soon as Monday
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War Criminal Nikki Haley says more sanctions against Russia coming as soon as Monday
http://edition.cnn.com/2018/04/15/politics/nikki-haley-troops-syria/index.html





'United States' Ambassador to the United Nations Nikki Haley said Sunday the Trump administration will announce more sanctions against Russia as soon as Monday.

On CBS's "Face the Nation," Haley said the Treasury Department will announce the new sanctions and insisted the US has sent "a strong message" about the use of chemical weapons.

"You will see that Russian sanctions will be coming down," said Haley, reiterating what she said earlier on Fox News. "Secretary Mnuchin will be announcing those on Monday, if he hasn't already." Spam_A Spam_B A source familiar with the matter told CNN more than a dozen entities, including banks and equipment suppliers, are being looked at, and at least

everal are expected to be sanctioned. Also under consideration are companies that sell helicopters to Russia, sources familiar with the matter said.

While insisting the action taken early Saturday morning in Syria was "a very strong attack on the chemical weapons program," Haley hit back on more hawkish critics who argue the US didn't go far enough because it did not change the balance of power in the long-running Syrian civil war.

"Our job was never to take Assad out," Haley said, referring to Syrian President Bashar al-Assad. She added that the conflict must ultimately be resolved through a UN-led political process. "Our job was never to start a war."'



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Trump and allies approach World War III in Syria, on literally no evidence
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'“… to punish President Bashar al-Assad for a suspected chemical attack…”

Do we all understand what is gravely wrong with this phrase? It is taken from the lead sentence of the Saturday New York Times story reporting that the U.S. and two European allies attacked Syrian targets in an air campaign the previous evening.

Anyone who needs help with my question suffers from overexposure to American media without resorting to available antidotes. Anyone who does not see the tragedy embedded in these words does not understand that we live amid a radical failure of leadership in the West and the collapse of public discourse into what is now limitless illogic to avoid the truth of this very circumstance. Spam_A Spam_B Do not talk to me about speaking truth to power. Far too few have any right to this incessantly abused phrase.

To put the matter plainly: The U.S.–led assault on targets very close to Damascus on Friday came a few hours after international investigators arrived in Syria’s capital city to seek evidence supporting allegations of a chemical weapons attack last weekend. Bombs and missiles hit three targets a few hours before these investigators were to begin work in the Damascus suburb where the alleged use of chlorine gas occurred. This sequence of events requires no further comment.

We are now closer to a third world war than we have been at any time since the Cuban missile crisis, that interim in the autumn of 1962 when those of us then alive sat before our television sets in a state of wholly unfamiliar existential angst. Nerve-wracking, as one still vividly recalls. Castro and missiles then, the Assad government and chemical weapons now. It is remarkable how few of us seem to give a damn this time. I cannot get over this. It is as if the crisis in Syria unfolds in some distant universe and is of no concern to us. Or as if it is generally understood that it does not matter what ordinary citizens may think at this critical moment: We leave it now to sequestered elites to decide on questions of war and peace. But this is only one of the points worth making after a week that reprised the Cold War’s worst moment 56 years ago.'



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