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les États-Unis financent ISIS 31 janvier 2017

Congresswoman Who Went to Syria Says the US Funds ISIS

 
 
Une députée qui est allée en Syrie dit que les États-Unis financent ISIS

31 janvier 2017  
 
(ANTIMEDIA) Le député démocrate Tulsi Gabbard, qui a accusé le gouvernement américain de financer et d'armer l'Etat islamique et a présenté un projet de loi pour empêcher cela, a récemment révélé avoir rencontré le président syrien Bachar al-Assad lors de son récent voyage en Syrie. . Le mouvement aurait irrité beaucoup de ses collègues congressmen et les femmes.

Au retour de la nation frappée par la guerre, Gabbard a publié la déclaration suivante sous la forme d'un communiqué de presse:
"Ma visite en Syrie a clairement montré que notre changement de régime contre-productif ne sert pas l'intérêt de l'Amérique, et ce n'est certainement pas dans l'intérêt du peuple syrien.
«Lorsque j'ai visité des gens de partout au pays et entendu des histoires déchirantes sur la façon dont cette guerre a dévasté leur vie, on m'a demandé:« Pourquoi les États-Unis et leurs alliés aident-ils Al-Qaïda et d'autres groupes terroristes? ? La Syrie n'a pas attaqué les États-Unis. Al-Qaïda a fait: «Je n'avais pas de réponse.


 

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Selon le communiqué, Gabbard a rencontré des réfugiés, des dirigeants de l'opposition syrienne qui ont conduit les manifestants en 2011, des veuves et des membres de la famille qui se battent aux côtés d'Al-Qaïda, des troupes pro-Assad, des travailleurs humanitaires et des étudiants. M. Gabbard a également rencontré des hauts responsables comme le nouveau président libanais Aon et le Premier ministre Hariri, ainsi que l'ambassadeur américain au Liban Elizabeth Richard, le président syrien Assad, le grand mufti Hassoun et l'archevêque Denys Antoine Chahda de l'Église catholique syrienne de Alep
Initialement, Gabbard n'aurait pas eu l'intention de rencontrer Assad, comme elle l'a déclaré dans une interview avec Jake Tapper de CNN.

"Quand l'occasion s'est présentée de le rencontrer, je l'ai fait parce que je sentais qu'il est important que si nous professons nous soucier vraiment du peuple syrien, de sa souffrance, alors nous devons être en mesure de rencontrer toute personne dont nous avons besoin s'il y a une possibilité que nous puissions parvenir à la paix », a-t-elle dit à Tapper.
La rencontre avec Assad est extrêmement controversée à cause des nombreuses allégations de la part de l'armée américaine selon lesquelles Assad a commis des crimes contre l'humanité.

"Quoi que vous pensiez du président Assad, le fait est qu'il est le président de la Syrie", a-t-elle ajouté. "Pour tout accord de paix, afin que toute possibilité d'un accord de paix viable puisse avoir lieu, il doit y avoir une conversation avec lui."
Il n'est pas surprenant que les médias aient qualifié cette visite d'extravagante, mais ont omis certaines hypocrisies très flagrantes qui se sont produites à la suite du voyage de Gabbard en Syrie
 

(ANTIMEDIA) Democratic Congresswoman Tulsi Gabbard, the lawmaker who accused the U.S. government of funding and arming ISIS and introduced a bill to prevent it from happening in future, recently disclosed that she met with Syrian President Bashar al-Assad during her recent trip to Syria. The move has reportedly angered many of her fellow congressmen and women.

 

Upon returning from the war-stricken nation, Gabbard released the following statement in the form of a press release:

“My visit to Syria has made it abundantly clear: Our counterproductive regime change war does not serve America’s interest, and it certainly isn’t in the interest of the Syrian people.

“As I visited with people from across the country, and heard heartbreaking stories of how this war has devastated their lives, I was asked, ‘Why is the United States and its allies helping al-Qaeda and other terrorist groups try to take over Syria? Syria did not attack the United States. Al-Qaeda did.’ I had no answer.”

 
 
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According to the press release, Gabbard met with refugees, Syrian opposition leaders who led protesters in 2011, widows and family members who fight alongside al-Qaeda groups, pro-Assad troops, humanitarian workers, and students, to name a few. Gabbard also met with high-ranking officials such as Lebanon’s newly-elected President Aon and Prime Minister Hariri, as well as U.S. Ambassador to Lebanon Elizabeth Richard, Syrian President Assad, Grand Mufti Hassoun, and Archbishop Denys Antoine Chahda of the Syrian Catholic Church of Aleppo.

Initially, Gabbard allegedly had no intention of meeting Assad, as she stated in an interview with CNN’s Jake Tapper.

 

“When the opportunity arose to meet with him, I did so because I felt that it’s important that if we profess to truly care about the Syrian people, about their suffering, then we’ve got to be able to meet with anyone that we need to if there is a possibility that we can achieve peace,” she told Tapper.

The meeting with Assad is incredibly controversial because of numerous allegations by the U.N. that Assad has committed crimes against humanity.

 

“Whatever you think about President Assad, the fact is that he is the president of Syria,” she added. “In order for any peace agreement, in order for any possibility of a viable peace agreement to occur there has to be a conversation with him.”

Not surprisingly, the media has hyped up this visit as outrageous but has omitted some very glaring hypocrisies that arise as a result of Gabbard’s trip to Syria.

First, the Obama administration and Bush administration both drew serious allegations of war crimes, but if Gabbard had met with either of those former presidents, it’s doubtful anyone would have batted an eyelid.

Second, former Secretary of State John Kerry met with Assad in 2009, even though, after nine years in office, Assad was clearly responsible for all of the things western media has been relentlessly accusing him of doing since 2011.

Third, Gabbard’s meeting symbolizes the ridiculousness of America’s foreign policy decision-making system. A few hundred old men and women who have never been to Syria — nor care to go — sit in a room and deliberate a piece of paper deciding whether or not to drop million dollar tomahawk missiles on a relatively poor country. Even when these decision-makers are well aware of the horror their edicts will unleash, they are never required to visit the country, talk to its people, or understand the situation and better educate themselves. In the case of Syria, Congress wasn’t even required to approve the air campaign that began in 2014, as Obama authorized airstrikes without their approval anyway.

Gabbard’s move should be applauded — not ridiculed. Singling Assad out as some sort of mass-murdering psychopath while foreign leaders routinely meet with alleged war criminals such as Israel’s Binyamin Netanyahu, Saudi Arabia’s leadership, and Henry Kissinger, to name a few, is the epitome of U.S.-NATO arrogance.

Gabbard may have met with a mass murderer, but she also met with numerous people on the ground — the people who matter most. After doing so, she concluded:

“I return to Washington, DC with even greater resolve to end our illegal war to overthrow the Syrian government. I call upon Congress and the new Administration to answer the pleas of the Syrian people immediately and support the Stop Arming Terrorists Act. We must stop directly and indirectly supporting terrorists—directly by providing weapons, training and logistical support to rebel groups affiliated with al-Qaeda and ISIS; and indirectly through Saudi Arabia, the Gulf States, and Turkey, who, in turn, support these terrorist groups. We must end our war to overthrow the Syrian government and focus our attention on defeating al-Qaeda and ISIS.”

No one can criticize her strategy because, for the last six years, no one has even attempted it.

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