Secretary Kerry: Doing Nothing In Syria Will Make Al Qaeda Extremists Really Mad

September 6, 2013 8:26 amViews: 3316

John Kerry wants to attack Syria

In a statement that is surely to go down in history as one of the most twisted uses of logic ever known to man, Secretary of State John Kerry told MSNBC's Chris Hayes in an interview on Thursday that if we don't send in a few million dollar cruise missiles to teach Assad a lesson in Syria, the executions we saw on video recently, "will take place more because more extremists will be attracted to this."

So, what Kerry in effect is saying, if we do nothing in Syria, that will make Al Qaeda rebels really mad and they will become more extreme. When you watch the video below it is as if Kerry is trying to shame the media and the American people into buying into Obama's war monger "let's strike Syria" mindset.

This is some of the most mindless meddling in another country I think we've ever seen a president try and get away with. How could this possibly have a good outcome? The rebels in Syria, many who are Al Qaeda based, want to win and they are executing soldiers they capture and preforming barbaric acts of cannibalism and the Assad regime is killing rebels and civilians indiscriminately and each side desperately wants to tip the balance of this conflict in their favor. And how can we make that better by launching cruise missiles to take out Syrian military targets? The simple answer is, we can't!

No, us doing nothing in Syria will have zero consequenses. None. Zero. Zip. Nada. Nothing! What will, and already has, emboldened extremists in Syria and elsewhere is Obama's pathetic bungling of the death of 4 Americans in Benghazi and his joke of a foreign policy around the world. God help us if crackpot Kerry and Obama get their way and we launch an attack on Syria.

Read more on this story below from National Review and watch the video of the Kerry interview after that:

Despite assurances that America will stay out of the civil war in Syria, secretary of state John Kerry gave his first indication that U.S. action may shift the balance of power on the ground. Rebel forces with ties to radical groups will benefit if the United States does not take action in Syria, Kerry argued, though he was careful to emphasize that any U.S. intervention is intended as a statement against Bashar Assad’s use of chemical weapons rather than to shift the balance in the country’s civil war.

“I guarantee you if we turn our backs today, the picture we all saw in the paper today and the media of those people shot, that will take place more because more extremists will be attracted to this, because they will be funded as the only alternative in order to take on Assad,” Kerry told MSNBC’s Chris Hayes on Thursday, referring to a New York Times report that featured a rebel group brutally executing pro-Assad forces.

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