WAR CRIMES ALERT: US SECRETARY OF STATE JOHN KERRY TELLS CNN'S WAR MONGER CHRISTIANE AMANPOUR "US SUPPORTS MILITARY INVASION OF SYRIA" (05.09.2015)
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QUESTION: [...] A huge and important strategy session in Aspen [Security Forum] in Colorado recently concluded that the only way to defeat ISIS is through a ground force. Is there any indication that the United States is moving any closer to gathering some kind of coalition – Western, regional, or both – to defeat ISIS, as you have said it needs to be defeated?
SECRETARY KERRY: [...] You are correct; there will need to be people [occupation forces] on the ground [in Syria]. I am convinced there will be at the appropriate moment, and I believe that that pressure [on the Syrian government] will increase and is increasing even as we’re talking in many different ways.
QUESTION: Well, you just raised the idea of a ground force. I’ve got to ask you – you’re talking about the pressure, you say it will happen, you’re convinced. Who will take part? The United States?
SECRETARY KERRY: Well, I think – no, the President has said that at least for the time being, the President has made it very clear that American troops are not part of that equation, and I don’t think he has any plans to change that. But I do know that there are others who are talking about it. There are people in the region who are capable of that, and I believe that everybody understands – there are also people in Syria, by the way, already who are capable of that and there are Syrian oppositionists of the regime who are also capable.
So I believe that over the next months with our meetings in New York coming up at the United Nations General Assembly and otherwise, this will be very much a topic of conversation. It already is a topic of conversation, and there will be increased focus on ramping up the effort with respect to ISIL
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NB: CNN illuminatingly edited out the following part below of the interview shown on the US State Department website, because the 'policy' of Iranophobia is now widely publicly discredited.
And much of the terrorism that has been supported in the region is done on the cheap, not because of money. So I do not believe, nor does our intelligence community, that the money released by this, which is not hundreds of billions but about 50 to 55 billion, that that money is going to be determinative in any way regarding the security of the region.
QUESTION: Mr. Secretary, a lot of attention was paid to the head of the Iranian Revolutionary Guard this week saying that the United States remains and is the great Satan no matter whether this deal is approved or not. But just afterwards I spoke to the powerful head of Iran’s parliament, Ali Larijani, and he said that that was referring to America’s past actions and that there may be a more friendly future. Just take a listen if you would to what he told me about possible better relations with the United States going forward.
MR LARIJANI: (Via interpreter) And as I said, if the U.S. chooses to adopt a more realistic approach and attitude towards Iran, then those habits and those terms will naturally change. But I think this agreement can be a beginning for a better understanding on different issues.
QUESTION: So Mr. Secretary, do you think that this is an agreement that will do that – have a better understanding and more cooperation on different issues? For instance, on the Syria war.
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