Wednesday, October 3, 2012

Webster Tarpley : NATO wants Regime change in Syria

NATO after regime change in Syria: Webster Griffin Tarpley NATO is not after a peaceful solution for the Syrian crisis but wants there to be "continuing violence and civil war" ultimately leading to an armed attack followed by "regime change," says an analyst. US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton has warned Russia and China over their support for Syria, saying they "will pay a price" for their actions. During a so-called "Friends of the Syrian People" meeting in Paris on Friday, Clinton launched a scathing attack on Moscow and Beijing and called for imposing pressure against both nations to drop their support for Damascus. "I do not believe that Russia and China are paying any price at all - nothing at all - for standing up on behalf of the [Syrian President Bashar] Assad regime." "The only way that will change is if every nation represented here directly and urgently makes it clear that Russia and China will pay a price," Clinton warned. Russia and China boycotted the latest "Friends of the Syrian People" meeting as one-sided. Press TV has talked with author and historian, Dr. Webster Griffin Tarpley to further discuss the issue.

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