President Trump in War Action against Syria without Congressional Approval

The gas attacks do not seem to be what the US “officials” claim it to be.  The US Government Service Corporation are PROFESSIONAL LIARS.  Everything they say is not what it seems.

Trump does NOT have Congressional Authority to be attacking another country.  War Powers are only with Congress, and Congress does not have the authority to give their War Powers to the “Executive Branch” of the Corporation pretending to be a government.

If a “CEO/President” were to be allowed to unilaterally attack another country, it would say so in the Constitution and the INCORPORATED CONSTITUTION.

As such, only Congress (representatives of the people, though now the PEOPLE are ARTIFICIAL PERSONS and thus Congress actually and merely represents DEBT masquerading as LEGAL PERSONS-Corporations).

Should CEO TRUMP be impeached over this?  Yes.
Does it matter?  No.  The CORPORATION called the UNITED STATES, INC is a foreclosed, bankrupt, dissolved entity without STANDING to do anything.

These military actions are beyond violations of international and constitutional law.  It’s murder, just the same as those they accused of using “gas.”

UPDATE 2017.04.10:

US Launches Air Strike On Syria: 59 Tomahawk Missiles Hit Syria

As previewed earlier tonight, the United States fired a barrage of cruise missiles into Syria on Friday morning in retaliation for this week’s alleged chemical weapons attack against civilians by the Assad regime, U.S. officials said. It was the first direct American assault on the Syrian government and Donald Trump’s most dramatic military order since becoming president. According to NBC, only tomahawks missiles fired, no fixed wing aircraft involved, for now.

As AP notes, the surprise strike marked a striking reversal for Trump, who warned as a candidate against the U.S. getting pulled into the Syrian civil war, now in its seventh year. But the president appeared moved by the photos of children killed in the chemical attack, calling it a “disgrace to humanity” that crossed “a lot of lines.”

The president did not announce the attacks in advance, though he and other national security officials ratcheted up their warnings to the Syrian government throughout the day Thursday.

The strike early Friday morning in Syria targeted hangars, planes and fuel tanks at one Syrian military airfield, according to a U.S. official. The U.S. attacked with about 60 Raytheon Co. Tomahawk cruise missiles fired from two Navy destroyers.

About 60 U.S. Tomahawk missiles, fired from warships in the Mediterranean Sea, targeted an air base in retaliation for a chemical weapons attack that American officials believe Syrian government aircraft launched with a nerve agent; hangars, planes and fuel tanks were targeted, a U.S. official sais. Two Navy destroyers launched Raytheon missiles against Syria two days after Bashar al-Assad’s regime used poison gas to kill scores of civilians

NBC adds that a high ranking administration official says foreign countries from Arab states to Canada supported tonight’s strikes vs. Syria.

The decision to strike in Syria marks a stark reversal for President Trump, who during his presidential campaign faulted past U.S. leaders for getting embroiled in conflicts in the Middle East

The attack occurred while Trump was at his Florida estate after a dinner with Chinese President Xi Jinping, where they were to discuss what to do about North Korea’s nuclear program and U.S.-China trade disagreements. Traveling to Mar-a-Lago from Washington on Thursday, Trump spoke to reporters aboard Air Force One about Assad, saying “what happened in Syria is a disgrace to humanity. And he’s there, and I guess he’s running things. So something should happen.”

It was not immediately clear if Trump’s action had been precleared with Putin in advance.

Meanwhile, the market’s reaction was immediate:




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