The Next Stage Of Revamping The Middle East Maybe In Syria

16 Dec

With the restructuring of Middle Eastern nations continuing under the direction of NATO and US the situation in Syria is heating up. There are credible reports of US troops in the regions around Syria.   Many believe that Syria must be dealt with prior to any open conflict with Iran can be attempted by the western powers. As the tensions between the US and Iran are becoming more heated is it time to neutralize the next country on the road to their possible conflict? The Middle East is the last area of the world that is not structured and conditioned for the type of society that the UN and elites of the world desire to bring to fruition. As the list of countries to be restructured is being whittled away, there are only a few, possibly including: Somalia, Sudan, Saudi Arabia, Lebanon, and Iran.

US troops surrounding Syria?


OTTAWA, Dec. 15 (UPI) — About 5,000 Canadians in violence-wracked Syria should get out of the country as quickly as possible, Foreign Affairs Minister John Baird warned Thursday.
At an Ottawa news conference, Baird said 10 months of political rioting and harsh government response was coming to a head, Postmedia News reported.
“The time to leave Syria is now,” Baird said. “The writing on the wall could not be more clear.”
The minister said children of Canadian diplomats had already been relocated to an undisclosed location, while embassy officials in Damascus had been instructed to expedite others’ evacuation.
“The government is ready to provide specialized consular services to those who wish to leave,” he said.
Baird’s call came on the heels of an announcement by the Arab League it was imposing restrictions on air travel into and out of Syria as retaliation for President Bashar Assad’s refusal to draw down his troops against demonstrators.
“I must warn that should Canadians stay in Syria, we will not be able to guarantee the current service at our embassy or that commercial options to leave the country will remain available,” the minister said

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