By Tony Cartalucci
Sep 15, 2013
Terrorists operating in Syria have threatened to "block" UN inspectors. Any bloodshed will be on the hands of the US who is now openly arming them.
In Reuters' "Syrian Rebels Slam U.S.-Russia Deal, Say Assad Is Moving Chemical Weapons To Lebanon And Iraq," Qassim Saadeddine of the so-called "Free Syrian Army" rejected the recent Syrian-Russian proposal to turn over Syria's chemical weapons for independent verification and destruction, vowing to block UN inspectors should they enter Syria to carry out the task.
Qassim Saadeddine, said: "Let the Kerry-Lavrov plan go to hell. We reject it and we will not protect the inspectors or let them enter Syria."
In carrying out these overt threats, the terrorist front will be using US-provided arms, equipment and vehicles, as admitted by US officials in recent weeks. The Washington Post's article, "U.S. weapons reaching Syrian rebels
The CIA has begun delivering weapons to rebels in Syria, ending months of delay in lethal aid that had been promised by the Obama administration, according to U.S. officials and Syrian figures. The shipments began streaming into the country over the past two weeks, along with separate deliveries by the State Department of vehicles and other gear — a flow of material that marks a major escalation of the U.S. role in Syria’s civil war.
Of course, while this is the first openly admitted, direct military aid the US has provided terrorists operating within and along Syria's borders, the US and its axis partners have been pouring fighters, weapons, and cash into Syria via Lebanon, NATO-member Turkey, Al Qaeda-saturated northern Iraq, and Jordan for over two years - intentionally into the hands of Al Qaeda and other sectarian extremists
Not only is the US now openly admitting its role in purposefully perpetuating a clearly sectarian-driven conflict the US is documented to have itself engineered as early as 2007
, it is also now responsible for the crimes carried out by these terrorists they are admittedly arming, including the harassment, obstruction, injury, capture, or death of UN inspectors and those charged with their protection.
Reports of sniper fire targeting UN inspectors
attempting to investigate an alleged August 2013 chemical weapons attack in Damascus, Syria already give a troubling indication of the dangers future inspectors face amongst a landscape plagued with dangerous, lawless terrorists the West has purposefully empowered and is currently perpetuating in Syria.
Exposing America's culpability in any attack upon UN weapon inspectors inoculates the public from fabricated justifications for future US military intervention based on the UN's "failure," including plans to use US troops to "secure" Syrian chemical weapons
. Realizing that the Syrian-Russian plan is already in the process of being purposely sabotaged by US support for terrorists within Syria ensures that America is excluded entirely from participating in any future solution to the Syrian crisis, or any other crisis for that matter.