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Obama ditched CIA plan to topple Assad in 2012 – former agent

Thursday, April 7, 2016 19:20
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Obama ditched CIA plan to topple Assad in 2012 – former agent | 03 April 2016 | CIA not only backed the idea of arming and training Syrian 'rebels' to pressure President Bashar Assad but also developed a detailed plan aimed for ousting the Syrian leader, a former CIA agent revealed in an interview with US media. CIA officials were pushing for a multifaceted plan designed to plot Syrian President Bashar Assad's ouster back in 2012, a former CIA operative Doug Laux, who drafted the “ops plan” revealed in an exclusive interview with NBC. The White House and CIA leaders “had made it clear from the beginning that the goal of our task force was to find ways to remove President Assad from office,” Laux told NBC…However, the final plan that contained many of Laux's suggestions was eventually declined by US President Barack Obama.


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  • 18 USC 2331 Definitions; unequivocally define the so called “moderate rebels” as TERRORISTS!
    18 USC 2339 A-C make it a felony to give any type of aid to any terrorist or even someone you suspect of being a terrorists!

    By the above definitions and the repeated on the record admissions of giving aid to “moderate rebels”, makes the US govt a terrorist organization!

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