As Egypt Re-Coups And Cairo Violence Escalates, The US Secretary Of State Is …

As Egypt Re-Coups And Cairo Violence Escalates, The US Secretary Of State Is… (ZeroHedge, July 5, 2013):

As the escalation in violence between members of the pro-Mursi Muslim Brotherhood and the military-backed victors of this week’s coup gets worse with at least 6 dead now according to Al Arabiya, the US Secretary of State is busy…a) Getting debriefed and preparing for a diplomatic statement

b) In the air between point A and point B promoting US domestic and foreign interests abroad

c) Informing Warren Buffett about the aphrodisiac benefits of ketchup

d) Spending a (second consecutive) exhausting afternoon on his sailboat.

And the correct answer is… D

From the Weekly Standard

John Kerry, whose State Department office denied he had been out on his boat until picture proof emerged, is back out there today. A CBS producer catches him aboard Isabel:

U.S. & Germany: ‘Russian Missiles Put Israel At Risk’

Oh, sure!

And how exactly will the Russian ‘S-300 Anti-Aircraft Missile Defense System’ put Israel at risk???

Only if Israel would dare to attack Syria (AGAIN!) will its U.S. sponsored fighter jets be at risk.

You can’t make this BS up!

The message from Russia is loud and clear:

Hands off Syria!

No Libya 2.0 in Syria!

Related info:

Britain To Arm Syrian Rebels; Russia Retaliates By Shipping 10 MiGs To Assad

US Secretary of State John Kerry (R) and German Foreign Minister Guido Westerwelle

Russian missiles put Israel at risk: US, Germany (PressTV, June 1, 2013):

US Secretary of State John Kerry and German Foreign Minister Guido Westerwelle say Russia’s delivery of S-300 missiles to Syria will hamper efforts at planned peace talks in Geneva and put Israel at risk.

“It is not helpful to have the S-300 transferred to the region while we are trying to organize this peace [conference] and create peace,” Kerry said at a joint news conference with his German counterpart in Washington on Friday.

“We ask them again not to upset the balance within the region with respect to Israel,” he said. “The weaponry that is being provided Assad whether it is an old contract or not, has a profoundly negative impact on the balance of interests and the stability of the region and it does put Israel at risk.”

Westerwelle also said the Russian missiles would “endanger” the Geneva talks and put Israel’s security at risk.

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‘US Says Syria May Have Used Sarin Gas In Chemical Weapons’

Oh, sure! (Commentary down below.)

From the article:

Barack Obama has said the Assad’s regime use of chemical weapons would be a “game changer” that could trigger a US military response, and Wednesday’s letter restated that position.

US says Syria may have used sarin gas in chemical weapons (Guardian April 25, 2013):

White House sends nuanced letter to Congress saying it has ‘various amounts of confidence’ in reliability of evidence

US intelligence has found evidence that sarin gas, a chemical weapon, has been used in Syria on a small scale, the White House has said .

However, in a letter to Congress the administration made it clear that it did not believe that the evidence was conclusive, saying it only had “varying amounts of confidence” in its reliability. Nor did the evidence prove beyond any doubt that the Syrian government had been responsible for using sarin, though this was “very likely” to be the case.

Later, the US secretary of state, John Kerry, said that chemical weapons were believed to have been used in two separate attacks.

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US Senate Approves George W. Bush’s Skull & Bones Brother John Kerry As Secretary Of State


Bilderberg 2012: Detailed Member Bios, UK Guardian’s Video Report

Goolsbee, Austan D. USA Professor of Economics, University of Chicago Booth School of Business. He is a member of the Skull and Bones Society as were John Kerry and George W Bush. He has been an Obama advisor since 2004. He was Chairman if Obama’s Council of Economic Advisors. He quit advising Obama because he can see where this economy is going.

John Kerry admitting his membership:


US Senate approves John Kerry as secretary of state (BBC News, Jan 29, 2013):

The US Senate has approved Senator John Kerry’s nomination as secretary of state, after he was backed unanimously by the foreign relations committee.

His confirmation after a 94-3 vote was met with applause on the Senate floor.

President Barack Obama chose the Massachusetts Democrat to succeed Hillary Clinton, who is stepping down after four years, as his top diplomat.

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Rand Paul Confronted On Bilderberg: ‘No Comment’ (Video)

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Rand Paul: ‘No Comment’ on John Kerry’s Bilderberg Attendance (Intel Hub, June 11, 2012):

The Bilderberg meeting has been shrouded in secrecy for years. However, it is a known fact that some attendees are committing a crime.

For example: Governor Mitch Daniels or Senator John Kerry’s attendance would be in violation of the Logan Act, a punishable crime.

Wikipedia defines the Logan Act as;

The Logan Act is a United States federal law that forbids unauthorized citizens from negotiating with foreign governments. It was passed in 1799 and last amended in 1994. Violation of the Logan Act is a felony, punishable under federal law with imprisonment of up to three years.

Recently Senator Rand Paul was asked a series of questions, the last one being about John Kerry’s Bilderberg attendance.

His answer might shock you.

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Lawmakers Heavily Invested in Defense

WASHINGTON (AP) – Members of Congress have as much as $196 million collectively invested in companies doing business with the Defense Department, earning millions since the onset of the Iraq war, according to a study by a nonpartisan research group.

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