Min. Farrakhan to President Obama: “Your advisors don’t seem to be your friends
By Your Black World
On Saturday evening, Min. Louis Farrakhan showcased the 34th video of his “The Time And What Must Be Done” weekly series. He deviated from his preplanned subject matter to discuss the danger of America’s brewing War On Syria.
Questioning the nation’s interest in attacking the Middle Eastern country, Min. Farrakhan says: ”… Given America’s false flag operations, great doubt exists as to the truth of whether the Syrian government is, in fact, responsible for the use of chemical weapons.” Min. Farrakhan ponders on what he believes to be the real interest in attacking Syria. “Is it ego that’s driving you to go it alone?” he asks, noting that even England does not want anything to do with the war. “Is it that you will be embarrassed if Assad stays in power? I wonder.” Min. Farrakhan continues to probe America’s interest in attacking Syria, referencing an article that challenges America on its own use of chemical weapons.
According to the article:
From 1962 to 1971, the US military sprayed an estimated 20 million gallons of defoliants and herbicides over Vietnam, Laos and Cambodia in a bid to deprive the Vietcong of food and cover.
The Vietnamese government estimates that 400,000 people were killed or maimed and 500,000 children born with birth defects as a result of the so-called ‘rainbow herbicides.’
The minister also cites commentary written by Dave Swanson, who refers to Syria’s use of chemicals as ‘lies.’ Lastly, Min. Farrakhan sites a Global Research News article that claims leaked emails revealed that the White House gave the green light to a chemical weapons attack in Syria that could be blamed on Assad’s regime and in turn, spur international military action in the country. The article was later deleted from its original source (British Daily Mail) following a libel suit. Minister Farrakhan concludes of his references: “America was already arming the Syrian rebels. This was not a civil war in which the Syrian people were rising against their government alone.” He continues, alluding that Syrian rebels were aided by America.
The minister begins to question whether or not President Obama’s advisors are truly working in his favor: “So, may I respectfully say Mr. President, your advisors don’t seem to be your friends.” He continues: ”Who advised you to say that the NSA was not spying on the common American citizen?” Stating that an attack on Syria will be ‘the most devastating war in the history of the world,’ Min. Farrakhan pleads with President Obama to reconsider his position on the brewing war: ”I’m pleading with President Obama. Please don’t let them misguide you.” Minister Farrakhan’s commentary regarding the brewing war on Syria comes just hours after President Obama announced that he’d allow Congress to decide on whether or not the U.S. will attack the country.