Source: All News Pipeline, by Stefan Stanford
Now that we’ve all had the opportunity to settle back into a little sense of normalcy since millions of ‘peacenik Trump supporters’ were suddenly ripped out of our perceived ‘safe spaces’, we’ll take a look at several new stories and theories from across the internet that take a deeper look at what just happened in Syria, and the massive response from many Trump supporters, analyzed through Sun Tzu’s legendary book ‘The Art Of War’.
First we’d like to say we’re absolutely thrilled by the overwhelming reponse from the anti-war Trump supporters who may have given new birth to a previously ‘dead’ anti-war movement in America. The outpouring from influential Trump supporters ranging from Michael Savage to Ann Coulter to Milo to Paul Joseph Watson shows a rebirth of those calling for the US to stay away from unneeded wars is unlike anything we’ve seen in many, many years. That is a very good thing!
Yet as Paul Joseph Watson recently tweeted, while he’s unhappy with Trump’s actions in Syria, he’s not going to suddenly stop supporting Trump on other important issues. As anybody knows who’s been through bumpy times in a good relationship, everything isn’t always smooth sailing. And while it sure appears to many, including myself at first, that Trump may have sold us out and we’ve been fooled again, a much bigger and much more complicated battle is clearly unfolding. As we hear in the first video below from Watson, was the Syria strike lunacy…or genius?
As Steve Quayle has warned us, we’re clearly watching a spiritual battle unfolding so maybe, just maybe, everything isn’t really now exactly as it appears. As Scott Adams, the creator of the cartoon strip Dilbert, stated in his most recent story, “President Trump just solved for the allegation that he is Putin’s puppet. He doesn’t look like Putin’s puppet today. And that was Trump’s biggest problem, which made it America’s problem too.”
Adams also stated that while he’s not at all happy with Trump’s decision to take action against Syria in such a manner, he may have just solved numerous nagging problems all at once, and far more dangerous ones. From China to North Korea to Iran, anybody who’d been thinking that the military weakness shown by America during the presidency of Barack Obama would carry over to Trump also just got a very rude awakening.
And while some believe that this first expedition into warfare proves that Trump is no longer in control or has turned over to the ‘dark side’, what if Trump actually just ‘checkmated’ the neocons without any of us, or them, knowing it? While neocons from John McCain to Lindsey Graham applaud Trump’s moves, what if we’re watching something from Trump straight out of ‘The Art Of War’?
“All warfare is based on deception.”
“The supreme art of war is to subdue the enemy without fighting.”
“Supreme excellence consists of breaking the enemy’s resistance without fighting.”
“The greatest victory is that which requires no battle.”
“To win one hundred victories in one hundred battles is not the acme of skill. To subdue the enemy without fighting is the acme of skill.”
The overall long-term best outcome for the Middle East and the world is a peace agreement reached between the US, Russia, Syria, Israel, Iran and all nations and the elimination of ISIS allowing Syrian refugees to return home. The overall best outcome for America is a North Korea that wouldn’t even DREAM about launching an attack upon us. For many decades, there have been those who’ve stood in between peace being accomplished in the Middle East while they were arming terrorists. While we won’t hold our breaths waiting for it, what if this strike upon Syria helps Trump to accomplish all of those goals at once?
Categories: World at WAR