A Syrian woman at a Phoenix town hall meeting this week, ripping into pro-Syria war senator John McCain, seemingly serving as deputy president, was captured on a video, pushed Thursday by a United States leading human rights defender, who wants Americans to send it to every congressperson.
McCain's involvement in the psychological operation involving the U.S. role in creating chaos in Syria, supporting rebels and then wanting to attack the country for its violent unrest, however, is being recognized and confronted by more than one Syrian woman.
U.S. War Crimes and Criminals
At a Phoenix, Arizona Town Hall meeting this week, McCain, 77, was met by hecklers and confronted one-on-one confronted by a Syrian woman, who was cheered for speaking truth to power, a war criminal, according to a legal expert, interviewed by Deborah Dupré this week.
The Syrian woman, who lost a member of her family at the hands of the U.S.-backed Syrian rebels, that would benefit from a U.S. strike against Syria as Arizona Senator John McCain supports, ripped into him about his intention to spill more Syrian blood.
“For me, to listen to you say there is no good option in Syria – I refuse to believe that," the woman told McCain. "The good option right now is to take Saudi Arabia and Iran and force them to stop supporting the two sides in Syria.
"And you could do it. You can do it by diplomacy, not bombs, Sen. McCain. We cannot afford to shed more Syrian blood,” she said.
McCain was seen laughing, again showing no remorse, as seen this week after caught playing poker during the senate committee vote.
The Arizona Republican has been a harsh critic of Obama administration's inaction on Syria for the past two years. He had repeatedly criticized Obama on Libya before the U.S. illegally intervened there and bombed it into the stone ages, committing war crimes backed by McCain.
"John McCain confronted on his warmongering. Send this to every Rep and Senator," David Swanson, leading American human rights defender and author of War Is A Lie, told United For Peace and Justice members about the video in an email Thursday.
[Watch the video of the emotional Syrian woman confronting John McCain on the left side of this page.]
McCain, "accompanied by his wing-man Lindsey Graham, has been all over television since the Syria crisis reached fever pitch. He held forth yesterday on 'Today', 'Fox & Friends', CNN’s 'New Day', 'The O'Reilly Factor'," reported Fox News Wednesday.
Any attack on Syria would be a war crime and every Congressional leader voting for this is complicit in a war crime, according to legal expert and Kuala Lumpur Tribunal Judge Alfred Webre Lambremont in an interview with Dupré this week.
This week's video out of Phoenix, thanks to The Blaze, comes on the heels of Reuters capturing a photo Wednesday of John McCain playing poker on his iPhone during the Senate Select Committee on Foreign Relations, and then, with no remorse, laughing about his game-playing on national Television.
As McCain played with his iPhone, the committee discussed and voted 10 - 7 to attack Syria.
Each congressperson leading Americans to war against Syria, is complicit in Nuremberg-level war criminal, according to Webre.
The video of the Syrian woman confronting McCain also comes on the heels of Brasscheck TV releasing old footage documenting McCain's and now Secretary of State John Kerry's unthinkable former war crimes hidden from Americans, regarding troops during America's war atrocities in the Viet Nam war.
McCain was unhappy with Obama's lack of military action against Libya and supported the illegal military action war crimes there.
Human rights organizations are leading a successful anti-war campaign against Syria war, focusing on making it easy to phone and email congresspersons to demand they vote against striking Syria.
These campaigns have already resulted in United States Senators and Representatives receiving an overwhelming number of calls telling them to vote against attacking Syria: 499 - 1 saying No Syrian War.
Americans are also bombarding Congress with emails, saying ‘No Syria War’ with a new simple email link, thanks to the nation's largest human rights consortium, ANSWER.
U.S. rights organizations have been spearheading major protest actions around the globe, demanding that Obama and Congress halt plans to attack Syria.
McCain has been accused of lying, not only by Americans who know of his covered up sordid past involving war crimes.
At the G20 Summit on Thursday Russian President Vladimir Putin called Obama's Secretary of State John Kerry a liar over his testimony this week before Congress, something too few Americans have done or recognize as true, despite the man’s sordid documented history of lying regarding war crimes.
“We talk to them (the Americans), and we assume they are decent people, but he is lying and he knows that he is lying," Putin said. "This is sad.”
Plans to bomb Syria detailed since 2002, had nothing to do with now U.S. fabricated chemical weapons accusations
Plans to conduct an illegal war against Syria were outlined in detail long ago. In 2002, plans were laid to commit a war crime against Syria, part of the Pentagon's Full Spectrum Dominance goal involving taking over energy-rich nations and subsequent global human rights violations.
On May 6, 2002, then-Undersecretary of State John R. Bolton, in his speech, Beyond the Axis of Evil, condemned Syria, adding them to Bush’s declared “axis of evil.”
It is becoming more widely known that Barack Obama and the Pentagon have planned since November 2012 to invade Syria, saying it would take sending 75,000 troops there, according to the New York Times. That was almost a year before the president accused Syria's government for attacking its people, illogical at best, according to most political analysts.
The West has committed the terrorist atrocities in Syria causing a humanitarian crisis, not Syria, according to head of the Center for Research on Globalization in June. Michel Chossudovsky explained months ago how the United States is backing rebel terrorists to create chaotic suffering in Syria.
Even the UN chemical weapon inspectors in Syria have said this week that U.S.-backed rebels used the chemicals in the recent Syrian massacre.
Samples taken at the site of the March 19 attack and analyzed by Russian experts indicate a projectile carrying the deadly nerve agent sarin was most likely fired at Khan al-Assal by U.S.-backed rebels, outlined in a 100-page report handed over to the UN.
Americans are increasingly recognizing that any US attack on Syria would be, as legal expert and Alfred Webre Lambremont has explained, a war crime.
Sources: The Blaze, David Swanson email to United For Peace and Justice, New York Times, Fox News, Russia Today