by Greg Hunter, USAWatchdog:
Syria is the top story. Before the second round of Geneva peace talks even started, Iran was uninvited to the talks by the U.N. It was because Iran would not agree that the President of Syria, Bashar al-Assad, should be removed as part of any peace plan.
The Syrian peace talks have turned into a name calling event with both sides posturing. This is why the headlines say things like peace talks get off to “Belligerent Start.” The Syrian Foreign Minister says, “The West claims to fight terrorism publically while they feed it privately.” Secretary of State John Kerry says there “is no way possible in the imagination” that Syrian president Assad should be allowed to stay in power. Kerry said Assad is “. . . a one-man super-magnet for terrorism.” Kerry and the Obama White House have long said Assad should go. Russian President Vladimir Putin cut a deal last year to remove Syria’s chemical weapons, and war was averted. Now, the U.S. is, once again, saying Assad should be removed from power as part of any peace plan. The Russians and the Iranians are not going along, and that means more war. The U.S. is considering more funding for the rebels who are, in part, al-Qaeda. The peace talks are solidifying the fact that more war is coming, and it will likely intensify. This shows that after 130,000 were killed in the bloody Syrian civil war, there is no end in sight.
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