McCain In Syria. This Is A Very Very Bad Presage. Remember McCain in Benghazi.

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From CNN.

Sen. John McCain visited rebels in Syria today, his communications director Brian Rogers confirmed to CNN. The Arizona Republican is the highest ranking elected official from the United States to visit the war-torn country.

McCain is the leading voice in Congress for a greater U.S. role in ending Syria’s civil war, which has been waged for more than two years. He has suggested establishing « safe zones » for Syria’s rebels and taking out the regime’s air assets, along with providing lethal weapons to Syria’s opposition.

Would Syria follow the Lybian disastrous scheme ? Last time senator Mc Cain entered a foreign country without permission, it was in Lybia through Benghazi, the cursed city. Times after, colonel Gaddafi was murdered. Cynically and mercilessly. Now in Syria, may be the worst is to come, as the senator trails death in his wake. Really bad news for Syrians.

After Lybia, terrorists moved to Mali. From there, they are extending their tentacula in Nigeria, Niger, South Lybia and South Tunisia are also getting contaminated. The web is threatening the whole Sahelien region from Tchad to Darfour. By the time this is over, Boko Haram fundamentalists from the North of Nigeria and Darfour’s connected, the NATO-France intervention would sink in the muddy place of its wrong beginning with senator Mc Cain’s entrance in Benghazi.

This is exactly the worst scenario colonel Gaddafi has been fighting back all along, safeguarding peace, democracy progress and national revendications negociations inside the Sahelien region.

London, Boston have already suffered some retaliations shots. This should lead to a more comprehensive and peaceful decision, not the GOP-McCain’s killing machine one. Those are the same GOP that opposed gun’s extension background controls.

Indeed, this is really bad news.

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