Oliver North: Administration Can't Save Situation in Syria President Barack Obama had long said that if Syrian President Bashar al-Assad's regime used chemical weapons it would cross a "red line," spurring U.S. intervention. The regime admitted sarin gas had been used on Syrians earlier this month, (ED NOTE:YEAH BY REBELS RAN BY ZIONIST WEST AND PUPPET GULF MONARCHIES.
the U.S. promised to provide small arms to the rebel forces. [[["Now, if you want a repeat of the creation of al-Qaida, this is the
formula to do it,"]]]]] North said. "And I don’t see how this administration
can save this situation. The Assad regime backed up now by the Iranians,
by Hezbollah, and by the Russians is more than likely going to survive
this experience and come out even more difficult at the back end of it
than it already was before." On the issue of Iran, North doesn't see new president Hassan Rouhani as the moderate cleric others make him out to be."Anybody who thinks Rouhani's a moderate or a reasonable person has
missed what this guy did consistently as their top nuclear negotiator,
which was lie, obfuscate, delay and deceive," North tells Newsmax.
"Ultimately, he's not the person who decides any more than Ahmadinejad
was."The real decision is made by the Supreme Leader Ali Hosseini Khamenei,
the country's leading ayatollah, who isn't about to give up nuclear
weapons, North said. "He knows it gives them an edge, [[it prevents anybody else from
interfering in their country]]
[ed notes;he doesnt like that,and just cant allow an Iran to not be interfered with...
because he's now got a nuclear weapon he
can use, and it's ultimately the undoing of a national security strategy
in that part of the world that we've been working on for 50 years."
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