The warmongering, economy-killing jews care no more for Syrians, than they care for Egyptians, Palestinians, Saudis... or Americans, for that matter.
For those who claim that the above is "anti-semitic propaganda" - we note that EVEN the jewish BLOOMBERG 'news' regards PAUL WOLFOWITZ as "The ARCHITECT of the... IRAQ WAR" - which has seen Iraq carved up between the fundamentalist Sunnis & Shiites, with Iraq's once large Christian (Assyrian) and other religious minorities all but exterminated - driven out - of that Balkanized nation.
THE SAME PATTERN happens WHENEVER the jews get the U.S. to stage another jewish war for them, whether in Libya, in Sudan, in Somalia, in Egypt, in Bahrain, the other Gulf States, or in Syria.
It's a replay of the way the U.S. CIA finally got to and killed Colombian narco-terrorist drug kingpin Pablo Escobar - BY ARMING, SUPPLYING, and SUPPORTING his drug-war rivals:
first, WHIP UP a WAR (whether by Americans buying criminalized cocaine, or by Netanyahu's despicable jews funding al Qaeda terrorists in Libya, Syria, coming soon to Russia & China), and then preside over the Balkanized, hate-filled, disempowered victims.
As always with the jews -
NON JEWS KILLED IN WARS, DON'T COUNT
(when was the last time you heard jews mention any other victims when they invoke the WWII "holocaust"?)
... unless the judeo elites can use the casualty figures "more Chinese died from Mao's famine & repression than died in World War II" [a prominent judeo /Neo-Con academic lie]...
[which overlooks the simple fact, that; A. China's population INCREASED during the period Western critics claim Mao killed 40+ million; and B. overlooks that, as bad as China's economic problems might be at present, those problems would be orders of magnitude worse, if China's population were vastly greater than it is today]
...as a tool to WHIP UP HATRED... against all Chinese.
Dec. 4, 2012
A Syrian [JEWISH FUNDED al QAEDA fundamentalist Sunni terrorist] rebel fighter firing a Rocket Propelled Grenade (RPG) during clashes with government forces in the Salaheddin neighbourhood of Syria's northern city of Aleppo (AFP Photo)