State Department spokesperson John Kirby is raising eyebrows after he released a recap of 2015 “success stories” in which he credits the United States for bringing “peace” and “security” to Syria and “stepping up” to help the country’s people at a difficult time.
“The United States and many members of the international community have stepped up to aid the Syrian people during their time of need,” wrote Kirby in his laudatory year-in-review released late last week. He went on to claim that “the United States has led the world in humanitarian aid contributions since the crisis began in 2011.”
And it is doing so fast.
Almost forgot to mention that John Kerry and Obama are doing exactly what they are told to do …
… by the satanic PTB (The Rothschild’s and the other 12 elite families.)
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Our world, as many of you know, is experiencing massive, unprecedented change at an ever increasing pace. Dr. Paul Craig Roberts, is not only one of the foremost economist in the world, but he also has one of the world’s most respected voices covering the geopolitical landscape.
“The United States and our partners are not seeking so-called regime change [and] there is no policy of the United States, per se, to isolate Russia.”
“Climate change isn’t just about Bambi. It’s about us.”
In a speech at Old Dominion University in Norfolk, Virginia, home to the world’s largest naval base, Kerry called climate change a threat to national security.
Kerry warns of severe droughts, rapid sea-level rise, unpredictable and uncontrollable extreme weather events, shocks to the global agricultural system – all due to human activity.
What a snake.
In a speech delivered November 10 at Old Dominion University in Norfolk, Virginia, Secretary of State John Kerry (shown) appeared to be intentionally amping up the already incendiary rhetoric aimed at those scientists and citizens who express doubt or skepticism about — or opposition to — the wild, apocalyptic claims of the climate-change choir. “The science tells us unequivocally, those who continue to make climate change a political fight put us all at risk,” Kerry said. “And we cannot sit idly by and allow them to do that.”
Secretary of State John Kerry says that global warming skeptics should be disqualified from “high public office,” writes Kerry Jackson in Investor’s Business Daily.
“By all means, Secretary Kerry, let’s allow you to unilaterally set the eligibility requirements for elected officials,” says Jackson. “We’ll just turn it all over to you and your astute judgment.”
With both Russia and Iran seemingly prepared to do what’s necessary to ensure Bashar al-Assad isn’t toppled in Syria, John Kerry admits that the US strategy of brining about regime change in Damascus is now in serious jeopardy. Speaking from London on Saturday, Kerry attempted to hang on to the “Assad must go” narrative, but in what might fairly be described as the most conciliatory language yet, Washington’s top diplomat essentially admitted that the timetable for Assad’s exit is now completely indeterminate. Meanwhile, Moscow and Tehran are set to hash out Syria’s future seemingly without any input from the Americans.…
– John Kerry Goes Biking In France, Hits Curb, Breaks Leg; Will Fly Back To US In “Specially Outfitted Aircraft” (ZeroHedge, May 31, 2015):
Over the years, many have tried to prevent John Kerry from inserting his foot in his mouth and failed. Today, none other than Kerry himself achieved just that, both literally and metaphorically. America’s Secretary of State went biking in the French Alps when he hit a curb, and broke his femur. Not to worry: he is expected to make a full recovery and was in good spirits, according to John Kirby. And just to make sure of that, US taxpayers will be invoiced a little over a million so that a specially equipped airplane picks up the SecState “to ensure he remains comfortable and stable throughout the flight.”…
Here we go again!
– John Kerry: “Military Pressure May Be Needed To Oust Syria’s President “ (ZeroHedge, March 5, 2015):
Last week, after reading a Time article titled “Why Bashar Assad Won’t Fight ISIS” written by a journalist whose recent work includes “The YouTube War“, and who sourced two unnamed, anonymous sources to reach the conclusion that Syria’s president Assad is in cahoots with ISIS, we made a simple conclusion: “The Stage Is Set For The Syrian Invasion.” Barely a week has gone by and the wheels for the Syrian invasion are indeed turning: earlier today, US Secretary of State John Kerry (who one hopes doesn’t use kerryemails.com as a work email server) who is on a trip to Saudi Arabia unveiled the next steps when he said that “military pressure may be needed to oust Syria’s President Bashar al-Assad.”
But wait, wasn’t Obama’s war in Iraq, authorized by Congress, solely a means to fight the stateless Islamic State of Syria and Iraq “scourge”? Or was all of that merely a pretext to do what the US tried once already in 2013 and failed?
– Putin Spokesman Says Nemtsov Murder Was “100% Provocation” (ZeroHedge, Feb 28, 2015):
Just a few short hours after the terrible murder of Russian opposition politician and outspoken Putin critic Boris Nemtsov, US’ John Kerry was quick to condemn the actions of the “reformer” and demand Russia’s “expeditious investigation,” and President Obama has since issued a statement “admiring [Nemtsov’s] struggle against corruption.” The undertone was clear – ‘Putin did it’. Furthermore, President Poroshenko has claimed that Nemtsov was on the verge of “exposing direct Russian links to the Ukraine conflict.” As many realise the futility of trying to determine whether it is a Russian act, a CIA act meant to look like a Russian act, or a Russian act meant to look like a CIA act, Putin spokesman Dmitry Peskov says the Nemtsov murder was “100% provocation… It looks like a contract killing.”
Opposition politician Boris Nemtsov died in the center of Moscow after he was shot at four times. A number of leading figures from all sides of political spectrum called his murder a “provocation”.