8 Sep 2013

President al-Assad Interviewed By Charlie Rose: Highlights

Tyler Durden's picturearlier today, Charlie Rose who traveled to Damascus previously, interviewed Syria's president al-Assad at the presidential palace. The interview will air in its entirety on PBS's "Charlie Rose" show on Monday night just as Obama's full media campaign to push for a Syrian war is peaking. In the interview, previewed by Rose on CBS's "Face The Nation" on Sunday morning, Assad denied that he had anything to do with the chemical weapons attack that took place on August 21, 2013 and that there was no evidence that he had "used chemical weapons against my own people". Rose also said the Syrian president would not confirm or deny that the regime has chemical weapons. When asked if Assad though there would be an attack, the president told him "I don't know."

Below is the Rose's "Face the Nation" preview as transcribed by Politico:

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US regime continues to struggle to link Assad to chemical attack but still makes case for murderous strike

By Madison Ruppert: While the U.S. government continues to struggle in their effort to directly link Syrian President Bashar al-Assad to an alleged chemical weapons attack, Secretary of State John Kerry attempted to make the case for a military strike alongside his French counterpart.
Kerry’s provocative rhetoric echoed that of President Barack 'baby bomber' Obama who recently claimed that the credibility of the United States and the international community is on the line over the response to the alleged attack in Syria.
The latest statements came as Kerry, who dined with Assad in 2009, traveled to Europe for a three-day visit aimed at garnering international support for a retaliatory strike on Syria.
Despite Kerry comparing Assad to Adolf Hitler and Saddam Hussein, the European Union said that any military strike should not occur until the United Nations weapons inspectors have delivered their findings.
“This is our Munich moment. This is our chance to join together and pursue accountability over appeasement,” Kerry said on Saturday, according to The Guardian.
Kerry was referring to the 1938 Munich Agreement made between the leading powers in Europe and Nazi Germany, as he did earlier in the week.

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By Michael Snyder: Can the U.S. really afford to greatly anger the rest of the world when they are the ones that are paying our bills?  What is going to happen if China, Russia and many other large nations stop buying our debt and start rapidly dumping U.S. debt that they already own?  If the United States is not very careful, it is going to pay a tremendous economic price for taking military action in Syria.  At this point, survey after survey has shown that the American people are overwhelmingly against an attack on Syria, people around the globe are overwhelmingly against an attack on Syria, and it looks like the U.S. Congress is even going to reject it.  But Barack Obama is not backing down.  In fact, ABC News is reporting that plans are now being made for a "significantly larger" strike on Syria than most experts had expected.
If Obama insists on going forward with this, it will be the greatest foreign policy disaster in modern American history.
Right now, both Russia and China are strongly warning Obama not to attack Syria.  And Russia is not just warning Obama with words.  According to Bloomberg, Russia has sent quite a collection of warships into the region...

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Aswath Damodaran is a Professor of Finance at NYU’s Stern School.  Aswath recently weighed in with his own valuation on Tesla that priced the stock at $67 rather than closer to the $170 you would have to pay for a single share.  Dave had an interesting encounter just over a year ago with a vehicle designer from NASA’s Goddard Space Center.  Dave and this particular gentlemen were actually discussing an automobile design when the gentlemen told Dave that he was a vehicle designer for NASA.  Evidently this fellow actually designs the features and configuration of mostly what seemed to be the inside of manned rocket ships and the space shuttle.
What Dave recalls most clearly from that conversation was how the gentleman who works for NASA described the relationship with SpaceX.  In so many words, and I paraphrase, the gentlemen said we could do everything that SpaceX does for the benefit of our country but we’re just too slow and we have too many layers of bureaucracy.  Space X gets done in one year what would take NASA five years to do.  He went on to explain in some detail how our government puts up the money and takes the risk and SpaceX shareholders will see the benefits.
This scenario reminds Dave of the heydays of Fannie Mae.