DR. STRANGELOVE IS BACK IN D.C.; OBAMA DOES IT AGAIN; THE GOOD NEWS AND THE BAD NEWS

The good news is the new Obama candidate for Secretary of Defense is not an artificially inseminated, unmarried black, Hispanic or Jewish lesbian Harvard Law School graduate fighting AIDS.  The bad news is that the president picked a pinkish-white, Gentile reincarnation of General Curtis LeMay; educated at Yale and Oxford as a theoretical physicist; with nary a day of service in the military but infected with a pugnacity worthy of a Pit Bull on amphetamines.  Ashton “Ash” Baldwin Carter is the Anointed One.  The Republican war criminals are already celebrating the reigniting of Cold War II by predicting Carter’s smooth approval at the hands of a demented new Congress of blue-haired imbeciles itching for a new Operation Barbarossa – this time, led by a chastened Germany with America cheering on in the bleachers.  But, will the Germans play along?

Carter is a Ph.D. in theoretical physics which means he sees the universe in terms of unknowns and untestables.  He predicts facts which cannot exist in the real world we inhabit and, therefore, we can expect his tenure at the Pentagon to be other-worldly, possibly even macabre, bizarre or just kooky.  His education in physics probably means he understands Einstein’s General and Special Theories, an especially desirable qualification when one is serving “President Relativity” himself.

He was educated at Yale with a major in physics and a minor in medieval history.  Both disciplines are indicators that our new candidate is equipped to deal with modern scientific concepts, but, with the mentality of a Templar Knight.

He received his Ph.D. in theoretical physics from Oxford University while on a Rhodes Scholarship.  That was former president Clinton’s status, also, at Oxford.  Unfortunately, the once prestigious Rhodes institution has undergone some changes to its presumed grandeur and allure occasioned by the association with America’s sex-addicted, porn-peddling, borderline pedophile and libertine ex-prez who has created an automatic subliminal connection with gross satyriasis, lechery and tawdriness coupled with marriage to a maladroit, carpet-bagging termagant whose porcine orbs are fixated on that 21st Century bawdyhouse on Pennsylvania Avenue.  It almost seems like science fiction, doesn’t it?  Stepford Wives Meet the Body Snatchers on Dune.        

Like George Wallace’s somewhat eyebrow-raising pick for a vice presidential nomination, General Curtis LeMay, whose unique view of the world (and its demolition) was satirized in Kubrick’s “Dr. Strangelove” in the form of Brig. General Jack D. Ripper, played by the late Sterling Hayden, Mr. Carter has his own peculiar methods for initiating Armageddon. By jingo,  he actually and seriously proposed a scheme to wipe out North Korea’s planned launching of an ICBM in 2006 using cruise missiles with tactical nuclear warheads!  If it had not been for George W. Bush’s emergency trip to Crawford to attend to his prize bull, Buford, suffering from some intestinal disorder, SyrPer and its readers may not have been in existence in 2014 to compose and read this elegant draft, (respectively).

John McCain is reportedly “head-over-heels” with the nomination of Dr. Strangelove.  He is everything a war monger could possibly want.  Carter is expected to view Jabhat Al-Nusra (Al-Qaeda) as a natural ally in the war against secularism in Syria.  Given his Oxonian credentials, he’ll find the right kind of sophistry to distinguish America’s actions against ISIS in Iraq from those in Syria.  Already, Saudi monkeys are greeting the news by cracking open thousands of crates of bananas in Jedda and Yanbu’ to commemorate the arrival of their Savior, the One who will bring down the progressive government of Dr. Assad in Damascus and replace it with a mind-strangling bale of mental tortoises with claws tenaciously rooted in the Wahhabist Dark Ages.  Hosanna in the Highest!

    If Curtis LeMay had his way, nobody would have outlived him in the Endloosung he planned for humanity.   

 

Well, as you all begin rehabilitating your bomb shelters and replenishing your supplies of pork and beans, dried prunes, and half-gallon bottles of Kessler Whiskey, remember, it may not all be that bad.  He is an Ivy Leaguer – those same rudderless, epicene stuffed shirts who have been misguiding this country for the last 100 years.  If Carter is as typical an Obama appointee as I think he is, he’ll mostly likely wind up facing his most serious challenges at the Pentagon in covering up his own sexual assault cases, outing gays and buying a cheaper toilet seat.  ZAF


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F.A.
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Prezado Ziad,

acompanho seu blog desde o início e sempre quis comentar aqui. Mas, por ser um estrangeiro, nunca me achei em condições de dizer qualquer coisa a não ser “lamento muito”.
Mas agora que você lembrou do Dr. Fantástico, quero lembrá-lo de outro filme igualmente crítico às elites estadunidenses: “Zardoz”.
O filme é uma metáfora do comportamento alucinado dessas elites, que decidem armar bárbaros para que “limpem” a humanidade de… outros bárbaros!
É incrível a coincidência entre o filme (de 1974, pós-Vietnan) e a realidade atual da Síria.
Espero que assista ao filme e vou gostar muito de ler seu comentário a respeito.
Saudações brasileiras!

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When I read Ziad’s post I want to laugh and cry. These people are beyond evil. They want all of them under their central banking system and want to loot and pillage any and every small country.

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What? A theoretical physicist? …. black holes …. dark matter …. dark energy …. parallel universes …. the Big Bang. Thank you Obama. We are going to have so much fun with this guy.

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Heritage and Cultural Diversity at Risk in Iraq and Syria http://en.unesco.org/events/heritage-and-cultural-diversity-risk-iraq-and-syria#sthash.9PcOo4TS.dpuf UNESCO is organising an International Conference on the protection of cultural heritage and the respect of cultural diversity in Iraq and Syria on 3 December, at its headquarters in Paris. The goal of the Conference is to sensitize decision-makers, humanitarian aid workers as well as those in the world of culture on the critical role of culture within conflicts as well as on the need to better integrate the cultural dimension into security, conflict resolution, humanitarian aid and development policies. Attacks against culture and cultural diversity have become an… Read more »
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Everything that the US or UN touches turns to crap.

ziad
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damn really? all this time i thought it was gold? they told me the streets were paved with it

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Rand Paul introduces declaration of war against ISIS http://www.washingtonexaminer.com/rand-paul-introduces-declaration-of-war-against-isis/article/2556900 Sen. Rand Paul on Wednesday introduced a measure that declares the United States is at war with Islamic State of Iraq and Syria terrorists in the Middle East. Paul, a potential 2016 presidential contender, filed the measure as a joint resolution. “I believe the president must come to Congress to begin a war and that Congress has a duty to act,” Paul said. “Right now, this war is illegal until Congress acts pursuant to the Constitution and authorizes it.” Paul is among many lawmakers who want Congress to debate and vote… Read more »
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Anon: Good luck, Senator. Congress and the administration are comprised of grifters, grafters, liars, thieves, bunco steerers, perverts and the lazy, stupid and the weak. Somehow a half dozen or so Americans are there, but I don’t know why.

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“””Obama candidate for Secretary of Defense is not an artificially inseminated, unmarried black, Hispanic or Jewish”””” lesbian””” Harvard Law School graduate fighting AIDS.”””

Is he is a Transgender from Yale or maybe a Skull an Bone-r?

Z in the paragraph below ” Templar Knight.”Did you type that with the spell checker on?

Fact is no one of stature wanted the assignment .So i am apt to believe he is a yes man.Obama despises the military as do they to him.His tight little group make’s the final decisions but they have to be run thru
President Jarrett before Obama signs off.

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I like this one
“His education in physics probably means he understands Einstein’s General and Special Theories, an especially desirable qualification when one is serving “President Relativity” himself”.
Read more at https://syrianperspective.com/2014/12/dr-strangelove-is-back-in-d-c-obama-does-it-again-the-good-news-and-the-bad-news.html#sr6zvT3ij2QUz8ci.99

although i prefer that relative thing about Obama much more than the war hardliner thing of the neocon .

Arklight
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gamejoe: Has anyone wondered how it came to be that DARPA started going gang busters on laser, microwave and particle beam weapons while this guy was skulking about the Captagon? Carter is bad news all the way, make no mistake about that.

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dear joe I have it on very reliable sources that Iran and US have already come to an understanding, after 35 years of trying to topple the Iranian government our foreign policy makers have come to the conclusion things are just not happening without Iran, Syria and Hezbollah, period. So be ready for a major de escalation in the whole region to the detriment of the House of Zioud and their cronies specially Turkeye.

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Don’t be naive…

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Pukin ‘ell, Ziad, you have excelled yourself. This chap has a major in theoretical schmizicks and minor in mediaeval history!
being that I have the reverse ie with a major in mediaeval history, I can’t say that I am filled with awe – rather, er —— really!?

I dare say he will be swallowed in the Washington quagmire to the benefit of us all.

Arklight
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Johnny: I think you’re dead wrong. This guy is nothing but bad news.

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And the split personality, is that a major or a minor ?

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Syrian troops kill tens of rebels near Lebanon borders http://news.xinhuanet.com/english/world/2014-12/03/c_127271094.htm DAMASCUS, Dec. 2 (Xinhua) — The Syrian troops on Tuesday killed tens of rebels in the countryside of central province of Homs near the Syrian-Lebanese borders, the state news agency reported. The troops carried out “qualitative operation” against the extremist groups in the southern countryside of Homs near the Syrian-Lebanese borders, killing tens of them and destroying their weaponry, said SANA. The report added that the terrorists, most of them foreign mercenaries, infiltrate Syria through the rugged areas between Lebanon and Homs and via the al-Qalamoun region, which is also… Read more »
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Anon: Another good reason to liberat Deir ez Zor, huh?

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Q. — What is a ten of rebels?
A. — A ten of rebels is a one of terrorists, or a one-tenth of a soldier of the Syrian Arab Army.
— Kudos to the mentat Ziad. I go now to jackhammer though basalt ,to dig my fallout shelter.

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Good.
Though I must say I haven’t read that sort of thing before, about ANY war, “killed TENS of…”, it used to be more like “Tens of thousands…”
It’s about numbers that are hard to count as there’s really a blood bath, danger, confusion…
If you find it hard to count a couple dozen, something may well be wrong with your math IQ,
or maybe you’re just too young to write war bulletins.

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Lebanon denies presence of British troops on its soil http://news.xinhuanet.com/english/world/2014-12/02/c_133828221.htm BEIRUT, Dec. 2 (Xinhua) — No British troops but only “technical teams” are present in Lebanon to help monitor the border with Syria against the infiltration of Islamic State (IS) militants, a high-ranking military source said on Tuesday, denying earlier reports. The source, quoted by local al-Joumhouria newspaper, said that the British team only helped the Lebanese army in building 12 towers to facilitate the monitoring of the border near the Christian town of Ras Baalbek in the eastern Bekaa region. “There are no British forces in Lebanon … only… Read more »
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Paul: Dems let down by Obama’s ‘illegal’ actions http://thehill.com/policy/international/225960-paul-dems-let-down-by-obamas-illegal-actions Sen. Rand Paul (R-Ky.) on Wednesday said President Obama has disappointed his supporters by involving the U.S. in a war against the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (ISIS) that the lawmaker believes is “illegal.” Paul said that while on the campaign trail in 2007, Obama vowed to never surpass Congress on the matter of foreign military intervention, but reversed course when he moved ahead with a campaign against the terrorist group. “No president should unilaterally go to war and this is very disappointing I think for even some of his… Read more »
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Whatever else, Rand Paul at least understands a few obvious truths and is not afraid to talk about them. However such truths are taboo in the US, and only strict observers of taboos ever get voted into office. It’s a society that isn’t entirely foolish but rather actively ignores inconvenient facts to be able to say, “hey – we couldn’t of known this ! So we killed everyone, what else ? Had to happen !” For that, taboos in place is the one indispensable thing on Earth you desperately need.

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China’s top paper says West stoking extremism in Middle East http://www.thanhniennews.com/world/chinas-top-paper-says-west-stoking-extremism-in-middle-east-34870.html Western countries are stoking extremism in the Middle East with their support for anti-government opposition movements, China’s top newspaper said on Thursday, repeating a call for non-interference in the region’s turmoil. China has expressed concern about the rise of Islamic State in countries like Syria and Iraq, nervous about the effect it could have on its own unruly far western region of Xinjiang where Beijing says it faces a threat from Islamist extremists. But it has also condemned efforts by Western nations to arm certain groups fighting against the… Read more »
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Bluehaired imbeciles … Americans, why do you elect these cretins?
regards to Ziad the mentat.

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Thank you for your analysis. Our American overlords are relentless in their pursuit of the deconstruction and destruction of all whom dare to defy them. They are the living reincarnation of Hollywoodien Nazi Germans whose Jack Boots stomp upon our world with ever increasing boldness and whose guns and sanctions cause REAL pain to millions upon millions of innocents. For how long? What or who could stop them? I begin to hate them and hate is a foreign emotion to me. I hate their spiritually empty films, of which we are constantly bombarded with. I hate their accents. I hate… Read more »
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Sacking Chuck Hagel – OpEd http://www.eurasiareview.com/04122014-sacking-chuck-hagel-oped/ […] The rebuke on Syria came by way of a two-page memorandum addressed to National Security Advisor Susan Rice. Attacking Rice was tantamount to going on the offensive against Obama, with whom she has become something of a policy appendage. Hagel’s issue was one of fostering clarity – what, exactly, is Washington’s position regarding Syria’s leader Bashar al-Assad? It is a good question, and almost as fumbled as the administration’s stance towards Islamic fundamentalism. (In the argot of Washington’s foreign policy, the goodness of an Islamic fundamentalist seems to vary depending on what geographical… Read more »
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New “Syrian rebel” coalition: tilt to Turkey http://www.ww4report.com/node/13777 Syrian rebels announced formation of a new Revolutionary Command Council at a meeting in Gaziantep, Turkey. The RCC claims to represent over 70 rebel militias. It includes both the Free Syrian Army and the Islamic Front as well as more Salafist formations such as Ahrar al-Sham. It excludes the Qaeda-affiliated Nusra Front. The RCC charter repeatedly uses the terms “the Syrian people,” “civilian,” and “revolution,” anathema to the Qaedist ideology of Nusra Front and ISIS. Each RCC affiliate is pledged to contribute at least 100 fighters to a proposed rapid intervention force.… Read more »
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this guy is nothing more than a MIC wet dream same goes for insane mccaine who should never have been let out of his cane cage,,,knew Hagel’s removal was gonna be bad news ,,btw please have a look at this vid about that supposed nuke site that israhell hit back in 2007 and tell me what is your honets opinion and how is it that israhell was able to go so deep in syrian territory without being shot down? plus the vid states the location was in der el zoor when other source have it to be in abou kamal… Read more »
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Assad: ‘It is also painful for both my wife and I to see our belief that the West will help us in our bid for development and openness go in the opposite direction’

The truth is that Bashar Al Assad is not part of the Syrian culture or civilization, he is a Western puppet, both he and his wife were modelled on their Jordanian counterparts and and made by British PR specialists. I have no personal animosity for Assad and his wife, it’s just that it would have been better for everyone had they both stayed in Britain.

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Basel would have completely overreacted to every situation and Syria would have been completely lost.

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The truth is that Jason is not part of the Syrian culture or civilization, he is a Western puppet, both he and his wife were modelled on their zionist counterparts and and made by anglozionist empire’s PR specialists. I have no personal animosity for Jason, it’s just that it would have been better for everyone had he stayed in Britain.

See, that was easy, no sources needed.

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Syria is multicultural and pro-biotic like yogurt.
Without their Doctor of Medicine as President
with clear view, character and mind, together
with his wonderful wife and children as a symbol
for liberated tolerance,
the wet day-dreaming of the surrounding reptiles
and skunk-apes would have become reality already
long ago.
Be more than yogurt, Bruce Lee would have said today,
BE SYRIA,
with the right President at the right time altogether,

All accusations and decrial are proven wrong or lies
beeing spread by Syria’s enemies and their yokels.

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I’m stacking up olive pots and bread from today !

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