The Council on Foreign Relations believes Syrian concerns about the United States violating its national sovereignty are irrelevant.
The globalist organization that instructs the State Department in foreign policy decisions on Thursday said that
since Assad has demonstrated he is unable to govern and keep the peace within Syria, the United States need not validate the regime’s legitimacy by acknowledging Assad’s threat that, “Any strike which is not coordinated with the government will be considered as aggression.”
The Syrian government is “unable to govern and keep the peace” because the United States, Saudi Arabia, Qatar, Turkey and others have waged a proxy war against the government and its security apparatus. This war, characterized in the West as a civil war, has included the participation of ISIS, a force trained by the U.S. military in Jordan.
The State Department on Monday announced it has no intention of seeking permission to conduct military operations in Syria.
“I think when American lives are at stake, when we’re talking about defending our own interests, we’re not looking for the approval of the Syrian regime,” State Department spokeswoman Jen Psaki said.
The State Department accuses the government of Bashar al-Assad of allowing ISIS to flourish in Syria despite the fact the fanatical jihadist group is attempting to take down the government.
“It is because the Syrian regime has allowed them to flourish that ISIS or ISIL is what it is today. They are directly responsible for the growth of this terrorist group,” State Department spokeswoman Marie Harf earlier this month.
Syria has warned that any attempt to enter Syria without permission of the Syrian government will be considered an attack.
“Any strike which is not coordinated with the government will be considered as aggression,” warned Syrian Foreign Minister Walid al-Moallem in Damascus.