It’s interesting that the US is pressing the UN for a regime change in Syria, stating that the current political system is corrupt and limiting civil liberty and freedom. It’s the same rhetoric that the US used against Egypt and Libya to de-stabilize the region and look at what is happening in those countries now. Yesterday, Russia and China both voted to veto any UN resolution move against Syria, thus thwarting US efforts to undermine yet another Middle East Arab nation.
Of course, the US is intentionally blind to the fact that they are doing the same thing to their very own citizens. While they are not using military force, (yet) the groundwork is in place. Meanwhile the US has silently and covertly legislated the end to civil liberties and most US citizens are still oblivious to the fact that they no longer have the freedom they once had. I’m also sure that if other members of the UN demanded that the US stop its current practice of undermining civil liberty and freedom, that those in power would reject any such motion as meddling in their internal affairs, and would veto any attempt of the UN to interfere with what the government has planned. It’s the classic hypocritical golden rule of “do as I say, not as I do.”
The USA took Afghanistan and Iraq by force under bogus claims of 911 terrorism and weapons of mass destruction. Now that they have established an “unopposed” foothold in the Middle East, they are putting plan B into action by de-stabilizing the region. This is not a new plan as they have been planting the seeds, and the ways and means to do this over the past few decades. The old adage “United we stand, divided we fall,” is what they are using to gain control of the oil rich Middle East.
That brings me back to Syria. With Russia and Chine both supporting the present Syrian government, I don’t think that Israel will risk attacking Syria as a way to get to Iran because that would bring the military forces of Russia and China into the equation and that is not something that Israel and the US are looking for. As long as they can fight and over-power stone throwing civilians and poorly armed so-called rebels, they are happy to be the bully and run rough shod over whoever they are attacking.