President Obama has stated that a military response is the proper action—not in order to get involved in the Syrian civil war or to oust Assad from power-- but rather to enforce a long-standing global prohibition on the use of chemical weapons.
Going into Syria doesn’t appear to have anything to do with chemical weapons. The real reason is to build, along with Iraq and Turkey, a supersized state of Radical Islam. There are two countries that separate Saudi Arabia from Turkey; they are Iraq and Syria. If they’re united as one super state, the entire region including Saudi Arabia, Iraq, Syria and Turkey will be a vile supersized Islamic power who sees Israel and the United States as their enemies. This is the path that Obama, McCain, Boehner and others are leading America.
Obama’s close and personal friend, Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdoğan has stated emphatically that Assad should be deposed. A Turkish reporter, covering their White House meeting in May, has written that at that meeting Obama agreed with Erdoğan that Assad must go. Obama made it crystal clear to Erdoğan that Assad will not stay in power for long. According to the reporter, “this is the most important outcome of the meeting” and the primary source of Erdoğan's delight after the meeting.
Remember, it was Turkey that helped Obama illegally run weapons from Benghazi, Libya through Turkey and into the hands of the Syrian rebels. Now they’re armed and ready to take down Assad. When Assad is out, Iraq and Syria will expand to one big supersized state of radical Islam.
Over a year ago, The State Department confirmed that terrorists from al Qaeda's affiliate in Iraq have migrated into neighboring Syria to fight amid the ongoing unrest between President Bashar Assad and the opposition.
The migration of militants signaled a new opportunity for the Sunni-Muslim group to fight against the Shite Muslim, Assad. Under Obama, radicalism has blossomed over the last year.
The head of the Islamic State of Iraq, Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi, has moved into northern Syria to take tighter control over alQaeda operations in the country. He is seen as a brutal figure with little time for the intricacies of Syria's struggle; he is focused on imposing a radical Islamist rule including religious courts and public executions.
In April, another alQaeda group in Syria, Al-Nusra Front, under the leadership of Abu Mohammad al Golani, pledged allegiance to Sheikh Ayman al-Zawahiri, head of AlQaeda in Iraq.
The Al-Nusra Front was created in January, 2012, during the Syrian civil war and is described as "the most aggressive and successful arm of the rebel force".. The alQaeda forces in Iraq now are fighting for the same cause as the alQaeda forces in Syria.
If Assad is toppled, Iraq and Syria will be one, big supersized state of radical Islam. Is that what American wants?