While the word “war” is not mentioned, the stated objective consists in the “handling of a regional crisis”, presumably through military rather than diplomatic means.
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It is understood that Iran, Hezbollah, and their Iraqi and Palestinian allies would militarily react to a US attack on Syria. Moreover, Washington’s posturing against Syria has been a show of force against Syria’s allies, particularly Tehran.
The propagandists of the U.S. war strategy supported by the Western media have been successful in inculcating a shift in consciousness which has been conducive to the self-muting of the anti-war movement.
The Syrian Army’s success in defeating the US led terrorists constitutes a blow to America’s covert proxy strategy. The US “Re-directional” Middle East policy consists in buying time. The current softening of US rhetoric is a smokescreen to enable the US and its allies to shift strategies and proxy allegiances, in their regime change objectives in Syria and Iran.