Military strike on Syria still an Option, says the liar John Kerry.
While U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry has stated that a military strike against Syria is “still an option” because the Israeli regime in Tel-Aviv awaits “results” and “not words” from the chemical deal on Syria’s chemical weapons stockpiles by Russia and the United States, the UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon has finally received the report about the chemical weapons attack in suburbs of the capital Damascus (e.g. Jobar) on August 21.
The United Nations (UN) Secretary General Ban Ki-moon has received the first report by the chemical experts on a chemical weapons attack that has allegedly killed many Syrian civilians in suburbs of the capital Damascus on August 21.
According to the statements by the UN spokesperson Martin Nesirky from Sunday, UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon will discuss the information of the report by the UN experts in the UN Security Council (UNSC) today. The statements by UN spokesman Martin Nesirky say that Ban Ki-moon will brief the UN Security Council (UNSC) about the findings of the experts, which were in Syria under the lead of the Swedish arms expert Ake Sellström, today.
The spokesperson of the United Nations (UN) also said that the report by the UN mission to probe and investigate the allegations of the use of chemical weapons in Syria was finally given into the hands of the UN Secretary General Ki-moon on September 15.
The Swedish arms expert Ake Sellström, the head of the recent UN mission to Syria, gave the first report to Ban Ki-moon, who will provide the findings of the UN mission to the member states of the UN Security Council (UNSC) today morning. During a closed consultation, UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon will brief the members of the UNSC (UN Security Council) on the report by the UN experts.
In the meantime, U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry, who has recently lied towards congressmen in his home country about the “absence of Al-Qaeda in the Syrian conflict”, has said again that a US-led military strike on Syria is “still an option” as the Israeli regime in Tel-Aviv would await “results, not words” from the Russian-American chemical weapons deal in terms of the stockpiles of chemical weapons on Syrian soil. The Russian-US proposal and four-stage plan includes the idea that the Syrian government places its chemical weapons arsenals under an international supervision of the United Nations (UN) and that the toxic substances are destroyed later.
The Syrian President al-Assad and the governance in Damascus seems ready to fulfil the four-stage plan. However, there are again and again timeframes and threats by foreign governments, although Damascus has already submitted documents about its chemical weapons stockpiles to the United Nations and the relevant organizations. It remains to be seen what will exactly happen in the next days.
U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry has arrived in Jerusalem in order to brief the Prime Minister of the Israeli regime, Benjamin Netanyahu, on the agreement between the Obama administration in Washington and the Russian leadership in Moscow about the chemical weapons stockpiles in Syria. John Kerry and his Russian counterpart Sergey Lavrov met in Geneva to discuss the proposal and four-stage plan in regards of Syria’s chemical weapons.
Afterwards, John Kerry travelled to Israel in order to brief the Israeli Prime Minister Netanyahu about the agreement and ideas surrounding the chemical weapons arsenals in Syria. Israeli Prime Minister Netanyahu has already said that the deal between Moscow and Washington on Syria’s chemical weapons stockpiles will “be judged on whether it achieves results, while the primary result is the “complete destruction of Bashar Assad’s chemical weapons stockpiles,” of course.
But people who live in glass houses shouldn’t throw stones. In case Syria puts its chemical weapons arsenals under an international control to completely destroy the toxic arsenals later, it is also Israel’s turn to do the same with its chemical weapons and hopefully also with all the nuclear weapons.
The agreement between Washington and Moscow includes the request that the Syrian government of President Bashar al-Assad will provide all information on its entire chemical weapons arsenals on Syrian soil, which will afterwards be utilized by international inspectors until the summer of 2014.
During the meeting between U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry and the Prime Minister of the Israeli regime, Benjamin Netanyahu, Kerry assured to Israel that the agreement and deal about Syria’s chemical stockpiles between the United States and Russia would have “the full ability… to strip all of the chemical weapons from Syria.” This statement could underline the belief that U.S. President Obama has looked for a way out of his desperate situation and that the recent slip of the tongue by John Kerry was no real slip of the tongue, but intended to happen.
In his meeting with the Israeli Prime Minister in Jerusalem, US Secretary of State John Kerry also repeated that a military strike on Damascus is still on the table in case if the government of Bashar al-Assad in Damascus fails to comply with the deal on its chemical weapons.
In advance of his reception of US Secretary of State John Kerry, the Israeli Prime Minister Netanyahu said in a speech that there is “hope that the understandings between Washington and Moscow on Syria’s chemical weapons will be fulfilled.” Netanyahu added that “the determining factors will be actions and results – not words.” As mentioned, in case the Syrian government of President al-Assad complies all details of the agreement and the four-stage plan, there is also hope that the Israeli regime will destroy all its chemical and nuclear weapons. However, while there is hope, there is sadly no real belief in it.
According to the remarks by the Israeli Prime Minister in advance of his meeting with John Kerry, the “understandings” between Moscow and Washington will “be judged by their results,” which is the “complete destruction of all of the chemical weapons stockpiles.”
Of course, the Israeli Prime Minister Netanyahu further repeated the baseless accusation that the “Syrian regime has used the chemical weapons against its own people.” Not to mention that Netanyahu said it to maintain the propaganda against the government in Damascus. Afterwards, the Prime Minister of the Israeli regime pointed out that Israel “must be poised and ready to defend itself, by itself, against any threat – and this capability and readiness are more important now than ever.”