Jordan: A Group of warmongers discuss open war against Syria.
The U.S. administration in Washington has sent a top commander of its US military to Jordon (U.S. proxy) in order to discuss possible airstrikes and a military intervention on the neighbouring country of Syria although a foreign military intervention in Syria and an attack of targets in Syria by foreign forces (U.S. military / NATO forces) would only increase the level of violence and bloodshed in the Arab nation and such a military intervention certainly has no chance to resolve the so-called Syrian conflict.
Meanwhile, the Russian administration in Moscow has called on the Western governments to not jump to conclusions on the alleged use of chemical weapons by the Syrian Arab Army (SAA) against the foreign-backed terrorists too fast.
In addition, the team of ANNA-news made several video recordings of the recent military operations by the units of the Syrian Arab Army (SAA) in Jobar and other nearby suburbs of the capital Damascus, and the team of Marat Musin, as well as it is already done by the videos of these military operations from Jobar, is able to testify that the units of the Syrian army have not used chemical weapons in these operations in Jobar.
For example, one is not able to see any smoke on the ground in Jobar as it would have been the situation in case one of the sides would have made use of chemical weapons – e.g. nerve gas. However, it seems that the foreign-backed terrorists have used chemical weapons against units of the Syrian army at the last weekend, after the units of the Syrian forces have found several Saudi-made chemical containers in a warehouse of the terrorists in Jobar.
The reports say that General Martin Dempsey, the U.S. Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, was sent to Jordan in order to meet with his Jordanian counterparts and heads of the Jordanian military as well as with other regional important persons in order to discuss airstrikes against Syria and the Syrian army. According to the reports, these talks are said to be focused on the continued “dynamic security environment”. That these talks in Jordan focus on the ongoing “dynamic security environment” in the Middle East was stated by a spokeswoman of the Pentagon.
The U.S. Defence Department spokeswoman, Lt. Col. Cathy Wilkinson, said in her statements that the exchange is designed to boost the collective understanding of the impact on nations by the conflicts in the Middle East and to foster ongoing dialogue and to improve the security relationships in the region. However, one can take these statements as empty phrases and nothing else. It is the typical way to say in principle nothing and especially not the truth by simply using some phrases, which might sound good for the common people.
The U.S. Defence Department spokeswoman Lt. Col. Cathy Wilkinson also said that the visit of Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff Gen. Martin Dempsey was not triggered by the recent events in Syria and this is certainly true. The visit of Gen. Martin Dempsey to Jordan (U.S. Proxy) was already planned for some time in order to talk about the chances to increase the possibilities of the foreign-backed terrorists in Syria to gain more ground in their battles against the Syrian Arab army (SAA) again.
Not to mention that the focus could now (after the recent events, false-flag action(s) and the propaganda about the use of chemical weapons by the Syrian Army) really be a military intervention in Syria, although this does not resolve the conflict in the Arab nation, just increases the level of violence and even could be able to trigger a new world war (at least, according to some analysts).
The Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, General Martin Dempsey, already said today that any military intervention by the U.S. military in Syria would “not be militarily decisive” in ending the conflict in the Arab nation, but such a military intervention would draw the U.S. deeper into the conflict in Syria. However, if such an intervention would draw the American forces deeper into the Syrian conflict, which is true, of course – such a statement also implies, that the U.S. military is already involved in the conflict and violence in Syria? Of course, this comes as no surprise.
Several warships of the U.S. military are already on station off the coast of Syria and it is said that these U.S. warships are also ready to strike targets on Syrian soil and this includes units of the Syrian Arab army (SAA).
Meanwhile, the known Russian Foreign Ministry spokesman, Mr Lukashevich, said on Sunday that the Western governments should wait for the results of the investigation by the UN team of experts in Syria and “show prudence and avoid tragic mistakes” by jumping to conclusions about the incident in e.g. Jobar near the Syrian capital, Damascus.
Alexander Lukashevich, the spokesman of the Foreign Ministry in Moscow, also warned in his new statements that Europe and America have to understand what catastrophic consequences this kind of politics would have for the Middle East – “for the Arab and Islamic world as a whole.”