Paul Weston on the War in Syria

In the following video (which was recorded yesterday), Paul Weston talks about Donald Trump’s new war in Syria and the obvious false-flag characteristics of it. He also discusses the way the Western media’s critical faculties were utterly disabled as soon as the cry of “Och, the puir wee bairns!” was raised:

For links to his previous essays and videos, see the Paul Weston Archives.

14 thoughts on “Paul Weston on the War in Syria

  1. I think the CIA and MI6 were tasked originally to create and equip ISIS, al Nusra and the rest of the murdering scum called jihadists. They were to topple Assad, then neatly disappear while world powers took what they could out of Syria. The intell’ operatives are still backing the same dead horse and spreading the same propaganda. Begun under Obama’s cooperation with the Muslim Brotherhood, it should have been shut down under Trump. He has fallen foul of Deep State trickery and played the globalists game.

  2. Who Wants War In Syria? – Kevin MacDonald & Angelo John Gage

    Red Ice TV 12 apr. 2018

    Dr. Kevin MacDonald has a PhD in Biobehavioral Sciences and is an expert on Jewish influence and identity. He is the editor of The Occidental Observer, an online publication that focuses on White identity, White interests, and the culture of the West. Kevin is also the author of numerous books, including The Culture of Critique: An Evolutionary Analysis of Jewish Involvement in Twentieth-Century Intellectual and Political Movements.
    Angelo John Gage is a United States Marine Corps Veteran, metapolitical activist, and political commentator.

    Henrik convenes an emergency panel consisting of Angelo John Gage and Dr. Kevin MacDonald to unpack the potentially catastrophic geopolitical situation in Syria.

  3. The demoralizing effect of the chemical attack broke the back of the last rebel suburb of Damascus holding out against Assad. i.e. it worked and Assad won.

    • If you listen to the Weston video, you’ll hear that the leaders of the rebel stronghold had already themselves run away. So, without leaders, and surrounded by a victorious Syrian army, how long would they have held out? And did the Syrian Army need a chemical attack on the leaderless, surrounded remnants of The Army of Islam to overrun them?

      So, why would the Syrians risk an immanent, complete, cheap victory that would fall into their laps in a few days, by bringing US forces into the conflict?

  4. To think that Syria was a center of high culture during the times of Ancient Greece and early Christianity. What happened? The Muslims took over. Enough said.

    When an intolerant ideology is underwritten by political greed, then we get the equivalent of the Reformation and all its Protestant-led wars, which continued for a century.

    The map of Europe was forever changed and hatred between Catholics and Protestants poisoned the political well right down to the present.

    Whether it is Assad or a more extreme Muslim tyrant, Islam is making inroads into the West, not only through population invasion, but control of border nations, While we are focusing on Syria, Saudi Arabia is literally buying up Serbia, huge tracts of land at a time.

    The Catholic Church launched a Counter-Reformation in an attempt to survive, but the imbecile Marxist West is happy to be Mohammed’s door mat.

    • The Catholic Church of the time was deeply corrupt; reform was unlikely, so the Reformation was necessary.

      • Initially, Luther thought reform was possible. It wasn’t long before he left the Augustinian order, though.

        England always insisted their push-back against the Pope was not “protestant” but an administrative disagreement. After all, when ‘enry VIII wanted a newer model, there was no papal “infallibility”.

        I do wish he and his kid hadn’t wrecked all those beautiful buildings. They could have been used to house the poor, no?

        • For a different view of the matter, Henry VIII actually wanted to expropriate the riches of the Catholic Church to his own personal treasury, a stance quite common among European kings of the time.

          Law of Civilization and Decay

          • He sure did. They sure did. Having a state-controlled religion was/is a great convenience. Pope Frankie is even now doing a deal with the Chinese on that.

  5. I think that just part of the reasoning behind the U.S. attacks is that they are a warning to North Korea and Iran.

  6. Weston is right on. I used to admire Sebastian Gorka, but on Fox news, during a discussion of the gassing, Gorka acted personally insulted that another military veteran and commentator would question the assertion that the Syrian Army had gassed civilians.

    I’m through with Gorka, and will turn off the sound when he’s being interviewed or giving commentary. It’s not that I object to a view different from mine. It’s that I do not want to listen to someone who mistakes his own emotional reaction for actual facts. Gorka apparently thinks his emotions substitute for factual research and logical thinking, so I’m no longer interested in what he has to say.

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