"In conclusion, the war against Syria is a fabricated war from the United States and other leaders to overthrow the Syrian government.
Corporate media has reported that the conflict began when some teenagers graffiti anti-Asaad lines, were arrested for it, which upset parents and outraged the Syrian public and then created demonstrations that turned violent when President Bashar al-Assad's government violently repressed protests calling for his removal. However, this was all a fabrication. The United States CIA was waiting to make their move, partnering with terrorists which were being funded by the United States government and other organizations with weapons, ammunition, and other war needs. The weapons were being hidden in mosques that were smuggled into Syria.
Syria was just one out of the seven countries the United States government wanted to take down in just five years as claimed by retired general Wesley Clark after the occurrence of the 9/11 attack.
Corporate media does a fantastic job at showing the public negative fabrications of other countries to show reasons for the actions they have taken, to show reasons for breaking international law by entering Syria against Syria’s wishes and thinking it’s alright to do whatever they want to do.
Overall, the United States government is a bully. They think it’s appropriate to try to take over countries because they have a good military and they can use their military personnel and their relationships with other countries and organizations to get what they want.
Based off of what corporate media broadcasts, society, especially in the United States thinks our government and military are heroes, protecting our country from terrorist and other extremist groups. We never get to hear the other side of the story unless we do our own research and dig deep. We definitely won’t be hearing the full truth or possibly half of the truth on our nine o’clock news in regards to this war or any other way.
The sad truth is that our government, the United States government are bullies who do whatever it takes to get what they want, ultimately making them terrorists to other countries. World peace doesn’t seem to be something we can grasp. Where does the never-ending cycle come to a halt? Will it ever?"
June Terpsa Facebook post - 15 March 2017