The universe really does have a cyclical nature to it.
Case in point: this weekend, karma came a knockin’ for Secretary of State and Skull and Bones member John Kerry, as anti-war protesters armed with signs and bullhorns stormed his Beacon Hill home yelling “Hands off Syria!”
Protestors reportedly banged on his doors and windows as well. Some outlets have admonished the protesters for touching John Kerry’s private property (e.g. knocking on his door), but one has to wonder if the point has been completely missed here. Kerry is completely advocating the violation of a sovereign country while disparaging our own, and his actions are directly effecting whether or not the Syrian conflict explodes into a World War III scenario.
It seems things for Mr. Kerry have come full circle on this front: he once protested the Vietnam War.
Now he’s nearly banging more wardrums than President Obama when it comes to potentially striking Syria.
John Kerry used to represent a group called Vietnam Veterans Against the War. He once protested war alongside the likes of Beatle John Lennon:
Source: Think Locally Act Globally
Blogger Think Locally Act Globally saw Kerry speak at the protest along with approximately 35,000 others who rallied in the chilly rain in NYC back in 1972:
The march turned east at 42nd Street and ended in Bryant Park, where a stage for speakers was set up near the southwest corner. Speakers included John Kerry, representing the Vietnam Veterans Against The War (VVAW). It was the day he and Lennon were photographed together. None of us were expecting John and Yoko – they were a surprise. I was a huge Beatles fan and was thrilled beyond words. They spoke briefly and led the crowd singing “Give Peace A Chance.”
What a difference a few decades can make.
Now Kerry appears to be pushing military intervention in Syria based on the premise that Syria bombed Syria so the U.S. must also bomb Syria. Evidence that Assad’s regime actually even carried out the chemical weapons attack has never really been provided by the U.S. government, although Kerry has called it “undeniable”. Putin has called America out for not having any evidence at all. Photos which surfaced showing Kerry and his wife casually dining with Assad in years past have clouded the issue. Over 90% of Americans are against intervention in Syria at this point. Even three-time presidential adviser Pat Buchanan is openly calling this a false flag.
Common sense has gone completely out the window. If the U.S. was really worried about the safety of Syrians and the so-called ‘red line’ being crossed, why would President Obama wait over a week to have a Congressional debate instead of just calling an emergency session? Every day would supposedly put the nation at risk for more chemical weapons to be used on the people there. Quite obviously the agenda behind this ‘intervention’ has nothing to do with peace.
For someone who once gave damning testimony to Congress against war, Kerry certainly seems to be all for it now.
As for being offended that protesters knocked on Kerry’s front door, maybe people would be less offended by it if World War III actually did break out — as it totally could — due in-part to his warmongering: “Knock knock. Oh, hi Secretary Kerry, sorry to bother you, but could you please stop trying to provocateur a global war?”
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