What will the PTB do now?

Can’t attribute this comment without permission but it’s a fellow pundit’s view of the current situation:

All seems to hang on the Syria situation and whether the PTB can bounce us into another war to cover up the collapse. Some good articles on zerohedge, particularly the one about Saudi supplying the chemical weapons to the rebels and the comments made by Saudi’s Defence Minister to Putin.

Egypt appears to have closed the Suez to US navy but not seen it in MSM.

Let’s see if the puppets bypass the due process and what repercussions that brings. The historian Andrew Roberts (think that’s his name) wrote a piece in the Mail saying we are wrong not to go to war, but most commenters shot him down in flames. They really are going to try hard to cause this false flag to happen but maybe enough people are aware to tip the balance against Them.

To that we might add today’s Telegraph piece about intelligence sharing still going ahead, so the Uk will be involved but not on the ground.

This one’s a pretty good standoff between the people and the PTB and everyone’s watching the machinations of the PTB now.

17 comments for “What will the PTB do now?

  1. john in cheshire
    September 1, 2013 at 2:37 pm

    The saudi prince who has been mentioned in the MSM, Mr Bandar or some such, sounds to be quite a sinister being. He seems to have far too much influence on our government and possibly others in the Western world. If his machinations are true, then no wonder we are being swamped with muslims.

  2. September 1, 2013 at 7:09 pm

    Saud al-Faisal, the Saudi Arabian foreign minister, urged Arab countries to back calls by the Syrian opposition for strikes on the Damascus regime.

    He made the remarks on Sunday at a news conference in Cairo ahead of a meeting of Arab League foreign ministers to discuss the Syria crisis.


    So again we see Saudi Arabia stirring the pot, but not making any move to involve themselves in the messy stuff.

    • john in cheshire
      September 1, 2013 at 8:34 pm

      Ian, why would they when they have dhimmis to do their dirty work for them? But that is the arab way – pay for others (untermenschen, in their view) to do their bidding. Until we in the West recognise what these beasts are up to, we will continue to do their bidding. The first thing we have to recognise is that all that glisters is not gold. The old adages were prescribed for a sensible reason.

      • September 3, 2013 at 7:13 am

        What makes you think the PTB don’t realise what they are up to? Maybe they just don’t care?

        • September 4, 2013 at 9:22 am

          The pollies – yes. There are some who do seem to though – the ideologues.

  3. mona
    September 2, 2013 at 9:06 am

    I have read in today’s Indy that Britain exported to Syria Potassium Fluoride and Sodium Fluoride which is used to make Sarin nerve gas, you know Fluoride that stuff they put in rat poison and childrens toothpaste.

  4. Able
    September 2, 2013 at 9:59 am

    I’m a little frustrated/disappointed.

    Even those questioning the spurious basis for a ‘war’ seem to blindly accept the ‘fact’ that chemical weapons were used.

    Search the web, the real experts (as opposed to the political bumblers) have always doubted it was a chemical attack. Consider those photos/videos of medical personnel etc. wandering around unprotected and unharmed – in a real CW attack site there’d be residue and they’d be dropping like flies (also no ‘lab tests’ in Finland needed, on site testing would have confirmed in short order)

    The consensus opinion is that an attack with FAE (thermobaric) rockets occurred. Even in a western military a significant proportion of this type of ordinance fails to ignite, imagine the rates in a Syrian army/AQ maintained/operated system. If such a rocket does fail to ignite you get the fuel spread over a wide area, (in this case Syria/Russia/etc. use ethylene oxide) which would cause exactly the deaths and symptoms seen at Ghouta. The additional evidence (photos/video) in the area of shattered buildings and ‘cleared of all vegetation’ farmland would be consistent with ‘the rest’ of the weapons operating as designed. (A number of dead also show injuries consistent with thermobaric weapons)

    Then there’s the who. Both sides use such weapons and there’s some doubt over which side fired this batch.

    So? No CW attack. No ‘excuse’ and they want us to attack what may be the ‘innocent’ (or the closest approximation you will ever find in Syria) side.

    • September 3, 2013 at 7:16 am

      “Consider those photos/videos of medical personnel etc. wandering around unprotected and unharmed…”

      Is that not possible with some other nerve agents? Everyone assumes sarin because it’s the ‘brand leader’…

      • Able
        September 3, 2013 at 9:04 am

        It isn’t an ‘area denial weapon’ ie. long term, but residues remain (for days on ‘protected’ surfaces, and in tissues for weeks). Would you wander in to touch all and sundry knowing/suspecting such an agent, I wouldn’t. So all those family, friends. aid-workers, medics, investigators and press wandering touching, patting, carrying, undressing and treating victims – and yet not one was affected?

        If you follow Brown Moses blog, the ‘weapon’ consensus has almost settled on a ‘weird’, Syrian army ordinance, rocket. But still not a clue ‘who’ fired it or ‘what’ was fired (could be HE, FAE or CW)

        The interesting thing is, kerry claims to have found ‘traces’ whilst on-site and the labs supplied with samples first have yet to even re[port – what does that mean?

        • September 3, 2013 at 11:53 am

          It means Kerry is a cunt

    • September 5, 2013 at 10:46 am

      Con trick and people see through it.

  5. mona
    September 2, 2013 at 5:32 pm

    Alex Jones on Prison Planet there is an article US Military does want to fight for Al-Qaeda Christian killers in Syria. Obummer may have a rebellion on his hands.

  6. September 3, 2013 at 10:52 am

    Chemical weapons are lethal. More so than bullets and bombs which often just bounce off people. Rockets of course can be deflected with cricket bats. That’s another problem with Arabs: no middle-order batsmen. Yes, we have to have special fear of chemicals floating in the air. As for using them on one’s own population, well that’s just barbaric. Just look at the huge outcry and threats to invade when the FBI used chemical weapons on the looney church people at Waco. That really drew a Red line. The UK PM has ‘talks’ with his French counterparts, I heard. They are supposed to be used on some other country’s people, not in Texas !! READ THE INSTRUCTIONS. Then there is the women and children bizzo. We don’t bother about the dead men of course. But women and children ?? They are supposed to be refugees, not be amongst the men’s dead bodies. What is the world coming to.

  7. wiggia
    September 3, 2013 at 6:33 pm

    Well DC has cracked it, having failed to convince Parliament that bombing Syria was a good thing and not (temporarily) being able to join his friend in the White House in his jamboree, his solution is “we are going to lead the world on aid”, good on yer Dave you just love giving our money away in foreign aid.
    This engineered farce is getting sillier by the day, let the Arab League who are after all supplying weapons to the rebels-whoever they are-spend some money on aid, they never have to any degree, but why should they with mugs like Cameron.

  8. wiggia
    September 3, 2013 at 7:07 pm

    I jumped the gun on the Arab world giving aid, a few have, makes no difference to my opinion of Dave, his largesse with our money abroad is unbelievable.

  9. September 4, 2013 at 9:23 am

    Engineered farce is right.

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