United States, Britain, and France have agreed to increase support for Al-Qaeda in Syria.
It seems now that the former deputy director of the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA), Mike Morell, already knew that the Obama administration will increase its support for the terrorists in Syria although any support with “military aid” for the terrorists fighting in Syria means both more violence in the country and the possibility to deliver “military aid” into the hands of Al-Qaeda-affiliated terrorist groups fighting in Syria.
Not to mention that under consideration of the recent Russian-American agreement about Syria’s chemical weapons and the shown willingness to comply with the four-stage plan by the Syrian government of President al-Assad in Damascus, any further support of the terrorists fighting in Syria against the secular government of the Arab country could hinder such an agreement and snub the government in Damascus.
And as it was even confirmed by a new study from Britain, the majority of the terrorists fighting in Syria are now already affiliated with Al-Qaeda or Al-Qaeda-linked terrorist groups. This implies that any support for the so-called “Syrian rebels” is in reality a support with “military aid” for Al-Qaeda in Syria and even for Al-Qaeda in the entire Middle East.
However, such facts were not able to prevent that the administrations of France, Britain, and the United States have today agreed to bolster the armed terrorist groups in Syria by providing more “military aid” to them. The French Foreign Minister Laurent Fabious announced the new agreement to increase the support of the armed terrorists fighting in Syria today at a joint media conference with the Foreign Ministers from Britain and the United States. Birds of a feather flock together.
At this joint press conference of the French Foreign Minister Laurent Fabious with his American and British counterparts in Paris, also the U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry confirmed that the Obama administration in Washington will increase its support for the “Syrian rebels”. This comes just days after Washington and Moscow in person of John Kerry and Sergey Lavrov have reached an agreement on the four-stage plan and Russia`s proposal for the chemical weapons arsenals in Syria. Syria has to put its chemical weapons stockpiles under an international supervision of the United Nations (UN) and to join the Chemical Weapons Convention (CWC).
The Syrian government of President Bashar al-Assad has already shown its readiness to do so. Further, Damascus has already submitted many documents to the United Nations (UN) and the other relevant organizations in order to join the Chemical Weapons Convention (CWC). The four-stage plan on Syria`s chemical weapons and the destruction of all toxic weapons of the Syrian government / Syria’s Army has hopefully prevented a possible US-led war against the Arab country.
The U.S. administration in Washington has put its plan to launch a military strike against Damascus on hold in exchange for the dismantling of the chemical weapons arsenals on Syrian soil and the joining of the Chemical Weapons Convention (CWC) by Damascus.
At this joint press conference of the three important Foreign Ministers in Paris, which has finally led to the plan to increase the support of the terrorists fighting in Syria against the secular government of al-Assad in Damascus that has shown willingness to support the disarmament of its chemical weapons on Syrian soil, the US Secretary of State John Kerry, who has recently lied towards congressmen in an answer about the “absence / presence of Al-Qaeda in the Syrian conflict”, also confirmed the adherence of Washington to this plan.
However, John Kerry also said, in order to please the Israeli regime in Tel-Aviv, that there have to be consequences for the Syrian government in case if it will not comply all the requested steps. The final disarmament deal will later be formalized by a new resolution in the UN Security Council, certainly based on a draft resolution by France. However, this resolution is yet to be voted on and the French Foreign Minister Laurent Fabious has still to discuss the final draft resolution on Syria with his Russian counterpart, Sergey Lavrov.
And while the United States, Britain, and France call on the Syrian government to comply all steps of the four-stage plan about its chemical weapons stockpiles and to do what it needed for the disarmament of Syria in terms of its chemical weapons in all the stockpiles in the Arab country, the three Western governments have agreed to support the support with military aid for the terrorists fighting in Syria against this government.
It remains to be seen what Russia thinks of such an agreement by France, UK and the United States.