December 14, 2012
The Obama administration has upped the ante on Syria by sending Patriot missiles and troops to Turkey. “We can’t spend a lot of time worrying about whether that pisses off Syria,” said Pentagon boss Leon Panetta  after landing at Incirlik Air Base approximately 80 miles from Syria’s border.
The Free Syrian Army and al-Qaeda conduct raids to destabilize Syria from the Turkish side of the border and the Patriot missile system will be used to prevent the Syrian regime from defending itself from attack by the CIA-supported and Saudi and Qatari funded mercenaries.
NATO agreed last week to send Patriot missiles to Turkey. “There is no intention, hidden or public, directly or indirectly, to implement a no-fly zone in the airspace of Syria. There is no operational planning going on any kind of intervention in Syria,” said General Knud Bartels , head of NATO’s Military Committee, on Friday.
Prior to the decision by the United States to escalate tension in the Middle East, a group of Trilateral Commission insiders met with members of Congress to discuss the prospect of a wider military conflict in the Middle East, according to a report by Jim Tucker  and the American Free Press.
“Members of the Trilateral Commission’s North American Group and congressmen who attended the gathering struggled hard to hide their meeting in Washington, D.C., November 30-December 3. They wanted no public viewing of their efforts to get yet another war started in the Mideast,” Tucker wrote on Wednesday, December 12.
The meeting was held in a closed off section of the Library of Congress and members of the press were barred from entry.
Although it was uncertain what Trilateralists were in attendance, Tucker noted that members of the secretive David Rockefeller spawned group of one-world globalists include former United States Secretaries of State Henry Kissinger, Madeleine Albright and Condoleezza Rice, former Deputy Secretary of State Strobe Talbott, former Federal Reserve Chairman Paul Volcker, the neoconservative warmongering academic Eliot Cohen, former Treasury Secretary Lawrence Summers and former Rep. Jane Harman (D-Calif.).
According to Tucker’s sources, several congressional members of the group “were overheard telling their staff escorts that war was looming in the Middle East despite calls for spending cuts, tax increases and the so-called ‘fiscal cliff.’ They anticipated much bloodshed.”
“It could be the biggest [war] we ever had over there,” one was overheard saying, according to Tucker’s report.