US President Barack Obama (L), French President Nicolas Sarkozy (C), and British Prime Minister David Cameron
The United States, Britain and France seek to carry out a series of false flag operations in Syria, says a political observer.
Middle East expert Peter Eyre said on Sunday that the trio “are again rattling their sabers at Syria.”
“They are waiting for a justification to move in; a 'false flag incident' such as [what] happened on 9/11,” Eyre said.
The political analyst added that the three countries will “also push the UN for permission to go in [Syria] on humanitarian grounds, which is one of the best cons.”
“For sure the French have their experts training militia close to the border in Turkey and also in Lebanon. The US and British continue to push hard for a regime change,” Eyre said.
The Middle East expert also referred to the stance of Israel against Syria, saying that “at the top of the list is Israel waiting to strike and at the same time utilize their vast storage of weapons that have been stockpiled by the United States (almost double the norm)."
Eyre said the plot against Syria is part of a plan by the United States, Britain and France to “take control of the European Union, Middle East and the world.”
“Their plan has three main themes, to take control of the world's natural resources, to take control of the markets for those resources, and to take control of the sea lanes and transit routes for those resources,” Eyre added.
Syrian President Bashar al-Assad has warned against any foreign attack against Syria, saying the military action will cause instability in the whole Middle East.
Syria has been experiencing unrest since mid-March, with demonstrations being held both in favor of and against President Assad. Hundreds of people, including members of the security forces, have been killed in the turmoil.
Damascus blames “outlaws, saboteurs and armed terrorist groups” for the unrest, saying that it is being orchestrated from abroad.