It seems that both leaders have now also spoken with French President Francois Hollande and all three are in agreement. They are to make a committment to support what they call the "opposition" in Syria.
China has made sure that these leaders know they are not in agreement. They believe that the accusation by the Obama administration that Syria will use chemical weapons is merely a distraction being used to justify military intervention. That is what we currently also believe.
The US used chemical weapons when they blasted the Vietnam undergrowth with Agent Orange during the Vietnam War. All of these years later they have finally accepted some responsibility and a clean up operation has begun. Nations often take "holier than though" stands in times of conflict hoping that people have short memories. They rarely have.
The support that some countries in the West are pledging to the Syrian "opposition" is said to be non lethal. We have heard all of this before. In Libya after the event we discovered that the West had been heavily involved in the unrest toward the end.
It is odd isn't it how people who would be called a rabble, a mob, insurgents and more by our leaders if they were acting in a different country are "the opposition" when it suits?
Whilst it seems increasingly likely that our leaders want a war, perhaps on a Global scale most people do not. We are however all too often led like lambs to the slaughter on a vague threat of invasion or a humanitarian mission.
Currently the West has money to burn on conflicts and the like but in reality they are broke. A War would of course solve some of their problems and help some of "their own" make money. Is that what they are angling for?
Today's information below was received by TEK's Peter B Meyer. Read it and see what you think:
"Syria’s civil war has developed into something quite frightening, well beyond the blind insurrections of the so-called “Arab Spring”. So many outside interests (especially U.S. interests) are involved in the conflict it is impossible to tell whether there are actually any real revolutionaries in Syria anymore. This unsettling of the country’s foundation has taken a turn which I warned about recently, namely, the removal of UN monitors from the area, which was announced only days ago:
Accusations of potential “chemical weapons stores” in Syria are being floated by the Department of Defense as a clear cut rationale for invasion, and Israel has essentially admitted that an attack on Iran is not only on the table but beyond planning stages into near implementation. Even Israeli citizens are openly worried that their government is “serious” this time in its calls for preemptive attack, stockpiling gas masks and even protesting against the policy:
But before we can understand the true gravity of this situation, we must first confront some misconceptions…
1) Syria And Iran Will Join Forces
2) Iran Will Shut Down The Strait Of Hormuz
3) Israeli Action Will Draw In The U.S.
4) Syria Will Receive Support From Russia And China
5) Economic Implosion Will Become “Secondary”…To The Banksters’ Benefit
Opinion:- The West wants change in Syria. It does not want this to help the people but rather for economics and the wider picture. You will not need to look much further than Iran and Israel. Russia has now jumped on the bandwagon calling countries such as Tthe USA for "instigating" the Syrian rebels.
Iis time people woke up to what could be just aropund the corner.