Former FBI Security Intelligence Asset: We Are 18 Days Away From WWIII
I am not certain if you had a chance to tune-in to my radio show last night. I spent the better part of an hour talking about the fast-developing situation in the Middle East regarding Syria. The short-and-sweet of it is that we are now in very grave danger. When I say “we” I mean me, you, our families, friends . . .country . . . . all of us. This is not an exaggeration.
I have been in regular contact with my former colleagues from the FBI and other government agencies and they concur with my analysis! We are very rapidly approaching a conflict the likes of which the world has not seen since the 1940’s and this one is highly likely to go nuclear very early. Tactical (Battlefield) nukes absolutely, positively, WILL be used. There is no avoiding it. I will explain why, below.
Here are the terrifying facts you need to know
Syria, in the Middle East, is suffering from a Civil War which has been going on for several years. Rebels have been trying to overthrow Syrian President Bashar Assad. The Rebels are backed by Saudi Arabia, Turkey, Qatar, Kuwait, Pakistan and other Sunni Muslim countries. Those Sunni Muslim countries do not like that Syria’s President, Bashar Assad, is an Alawite Muslim, with beliefs closer to Shia Islam – the Iranian version of that “religion.” Shias and Sunnis are ideological enemies on a horrific scale.
It is in the interest of the Sunni nations to have Assad overthrown, so they can enjoy hegemony over Syria and bring it into the Sunni sphere of influence as opposed to Syria getting closer to Iran and their Shia version of Islam.
The US also backed the rebels because, for whatever reason, we wanted Syria destabilized, as we did with Iraq, Libya and pretty much every other nation we’ve screwed-up for the past decade! In short, we in the U.S. and our allies, are backing rebels who are trying to overthrow the Syrian government. We’re backing “the bad guys.”
Syria has always been a military ally of Russia. Russia has a deep water port in Syria which is important to the Russian Navy. When it became clear to Russia that Syria was going to fall to the Rebels, Russia announced they were coming to the aid of their ally, at the request of Syria and with its permission.