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US Prepares For Direct Intervention in Syria? - by Tony Cartalucci
"...The West's problem is that not a square inch of Syrian territory is held by NATO's terrorist proxies. The announcement that indeed the US and France are maneuvering their client regime into place, while they plan on openly intervening on behalf of the so-called 'Free Syrian Army', is the final nail in the 'Opposition's' legitimacy, exposing them as placeholders of Western geopolitical aspirations in Syria and the Arab World..."
Syrians Condemn Murder of Officials (and audio)
"Syrian journalist Yara Ismail believes there is still room for a political solution..."
US Claims Syria Possesses, Intends to Use Chemical Weapons
"In a new offensive against Damascus, Washington has claimed that the Sryian government possesses and intends to use, chemical weapons.."
I think the Syrians themselves have announced that...
[quote] Syria says will use chemical weapons if attacked; The Syrian regime threatened Monday to use its chemical and biological weapons in case of a foreign attack, in its first ever acknowledgement that it possesses weapons of mass destruction.
Foreign Ministry spokesman Jihad Makdissi vowed, however, that Damascus would not use its unconventional arms against its own citizens. The announcement comes as Syria faces international isolation, a tenacious rebellion that has left at least 19,000 people dead and threats by Israel to invade to prevent such weapons from falling into rebel hands.
Syria's decision to reveal the long suspected existence of its chemical weapons suggests a desperate regime deeply shaken by an increasingly bold rebellion that has scored a string of successes in the past week, including a stunning bomb attack that killed four high-level security officials, the capture of several border crossings and sustained offensives on the regime strongholds of Damascus and Aleppo.[/quote]
If this story is true this is still nothing but a hollow threat: chemical and biological weapons are not really that effective against modern troops like NATO that are prepared and trained to react to such attacks; especially now that they know it will happen. They will more likly do more harm to his own troops and the citizens of Syria (almost for sure) than to NATO or whomever.
If the Assad regime falls, and that's still a big if, I think it would be best if Russia and China uses their troops to secure those weapon stockpiles. Neither of these nations have any interest in those weapons getting into the hands of nefarious organizations like Al Qaida and they are on good trems with the regime to organize an operation to secure those weapons without having to fight thier way in. That's my thinking anyways but alas I'm not running the show.
Putin's Geopolitical Chess Game with Washington in Syria
"William Engdahl shows that Russia is indeed pursuing her national interests - which are best served by fostering a just and peaceful world environment and by thwarting the US-Israeli agenda for a Greater Middle East.."
Western Media Says Damascus About to Fall - While Footage of Army Cleaning Neighbourhoods of Insurgents Emerges (and vid)
"The insurgents have fallen into the trap of doing the fighting for the white man so that they die instead of him. Dan Glazebrook's article in the Guardian gives a good analysis about the West's strategy of using 'local' proxies instead of western soldiers in order to minimise their own public's opposition to their wars.."
I was appalled this morning to see headlines trumpeting "Assad strikes back, thousands flee Damascus." Imagine if a thousand foreign-backed troops (and there probably weren't a thousand rebels involved in Damascus) took over several Toronto neighbourhoods. Think of Harper's counterattack! The failure of the rebel offensive was inevitable (since it was only for show anyway, so we could see headlines about Damascus being about to "fall"), but our media frame this inevitable defeat as if it were an atrocity by the Syrian army. Note that this is the second time rebels managed to get a brief foothold in Damascas (the other time was in February). And Mr. Observatory in Coventry told anyone who'd listen that it was all over for Assad that time too. Now Israel has come up with an excuse to really make a mess.
On the other hand, I'm not convinced by Webster Tarpley--seems like a bit of a kook to me. But since we've experienced the U.S. secretary of state standing up and flagrantly lying to the U.N. (Colin Powell on Iraq), and fake atrocities in Libya (air strafing of Benghazi), along with a long string of fake or misattributed massacres in Syria, we should look pretty closely at what shows up headlines. Why can't our media think critically? Le Devoir just keeps reprinting whatever France Presse Internationale sends them. It's crazy!
I am unconvinced by predictions of Assad's imminent fall, which seem to me premature, however some excellent commentators disagree. Here are some...
Taylor: No Condemnation For 'Pro-Democracy Rebels'
"There is little doubt Syrian President Bashar al Assad's days in power are numbered. As every Middle Eastern analyst now agrees, the recent escalation in violence signals the beginning of the end. The jingoism of the international media is matched only by the hypocrisy of Western leaders...
Even though the Syrian crisis has been in the news almost constantly these past few weeks, most North Americans still have little understanding...When you add that 'rebel' moniker, the adjective 'pro-democracy' or as is now the case, the term 'Free Syrian Army,' how can we do anything but support such altruistic fighters?"
Syria: Regime Change and Smart Power - Turkey's Erdogan.. by MK Bhadrakumar
"Israel's emergence from the woodwork can signal only one thing: the Syrian crisis is moving toward the decisive phase. The lights have been switched on in the operating theatre and the carving of Syria is beginning. What is going to follow won't be a pretty sight at all since the patient is not under anesthesia, and the chief surgeon prefers to lead from behind while sidekicks do the dirty job.
So far Turkey, Saudi Arabia and Qatar have done the maximum they could to destabilize Syria and remove the regime headed by President Bashar al-Assad. But Bashar is still holding out. Israeli expertise is now needed to complete the unfinished business. Someone is needed to plunge a sharp knife deep into Bashar's back...
The entry of Exxon Mobil and Chevron is a game-changer in the regional politics of Syria. The point is, the best transportation route to the world market for the massive oil and gas deposits in Kurdistan will be via the Syrian port city of Latakia on the eastern Mediterranean..."
Just received a reply from Paul Dewar on the NDP's Syria policy. He talks only about Assad's attrocities and wants Harper to put pressure on Russia and China, presumably so we can all go in and bomb the crap out of the place under U.N. auspices. I explained to him the error of his ways, but since my initial letter had already covered it all, I don't hold out much hope. I suppose I wasn't all that convincing.
Syria and chemical weapons: the really frightening possibility is that al-CIA'da will get its hands on them
Pro war propagandists resorting to such language as "...could possess" and "little is known" and "Al-Qaeda now appears to have a presence inside Syria", as if everyone is as clueless as they are on the gladio gang's invisible army of darkness marauding into Syria from Iraq, Turkey, and Libya and sponsored by America's bff and allied dictatorships in Saudi Arabia and Qatar.
[quote=the commentator 1963Dalek]Does anyone still believe this neo-con bollocks?[/quote]
Not us, nor even I. And the Angels sang, No way get fucked fuck off!
I suppose the people of Aleppo can feel proud that they were bombed by their own government rather than meddlesome foreigners.
Yes it's too bad about Syria. I suppose NATO and their terrorists for hire will have to destroy the country in order to save it. I think the CIA should go back to assassinating foreign leaders and rigging elections. Supporting Al-CIA'da and Contra-style terrorism might be faster but the optics of it are just terrible.
Mark my words they'll pull the same thing in Iran at some point. Iran will suddenly have problems with Al CIA'da terror and mercenaries marauding in over the borders and bombing people and infrastructure. Iranians will be murdered similarly, and our lapdog newz media will blame it on the Iranian government. And nothing is new under the sun. Team Gladio has been at it since the cold war. We lefties are familiar with their MO.
@ Gonzaga: the ndp are evil sellouts who will never oppose the interests of empire - why should they? Canucklheads will vote for them just the same because their never fail trump card always works: 'the others are worse'..
Washington Steps Up Drive to Overthrow Syrian Regime - by Niall Green
"Following its failure to ram through a resolution against Syria at the United Nations Security Council last week, the administration of Barack Obama has intensified its preparations to gather a 'coalition of the willing' to oust the government of Syria and install a US client regime. The New York Times reported Sunday that the White House is 'now holding daily high-level meetings' on Syria 'to discuss a broad range of contingency plans.'
Senior figures from the Obama administration and the Pentagon are also in discussions with their Israeli counterparts to prepare for an attack on Syria. US National Security Advisor Thomas Donilon was in Israel for talks last week and Defense Secretary Leon Panetta is due to visit Jerusalem in the next few days to discuss the situation in Syria.."
'Obama Uses Al-Qaeda in his Syria Scenario' (and vid)
"...So what happened between Wednesday and Friday of last week seems like a significant defeat, at least so far on the NATO side.." Interview with Webster Tarpley.
Britain's Ex-Army Commdos Train Armed Rebels in Syria: UK Media
"Britain's former Special Air Services (SAS) commandos are reportedly training armed opposition groups fighting against the government of Syrian President Bashar al Assad, reports say. The Daily Mail and Sunday Express have revealed that the mercenaries have set up training camps in Iraq and on the Syrian border for the armed rebel groups and 50 militants at a time are being trained by two Mideast-based private security firms which employ former SAS personnel. Britain has also placed more than 600 troops on standby over the unrest in Syria..."
Who is Fighting in Syria? - by Thierry Meyssan (and vids)
"Though the Western press portrays the Free Syrian Army as an armed revolutionary group, for more than a year Thierry Meyssan has affirmed that it is, on the contrary, a counter-revoutionary body. Who is telling the truth? Who is wrong?.."
The two old line parties have ruled Canada federally for twice as long as the USSR existed.
It's the democracy gap-canyon, er, chasm. Time for a democracy break right here in the northern colony. Syria has a ways to go to beat that record.
That's right, Arab spring is an advertising slogan. And it's false advertising. NATO spring is more like it. NATO was in danger of becoming irrelevant after the cold war ended. They needed a sufficiently evol enemy to replace the Sovs. Colin Powell stated concern that they were down to two measly axes of evol nations, Cuba and North Korea. How in the world could they justify closed economies for the military-industrial complex and massive social programs for rich people with just two tiny countries defying the empire? They had to act before the average American no longer had anything to live in constant fear of. The national adrenaline level would have to be maintained, and so they invented Elvis bin Laden and "Al Qaeda", or their expendable jihadi assets who suddenly found themselves unemployed in after the Afghan job from 1979 to '89.
Neoliberal ideology is inherently undemocratic. Nixon(the madman) and Pinochet(the dictator) both understood this to be true. Arab spring is a Trojan horse for their ideology and to wipe the slate clean in various countries.
These countries where team Gladio are supporting terrorism would never willingly become colonial outposts for the US Military and their multinational corporate friends. And they can't afford long-term military occupations - Vietnam was proof of that. Libya. Therefore they will have to do carpet bombing, like the doctor and the madman did in Vietnam and Cambodia in destroying those countries for decades afterward. It's about democracy prevention and maintaining division among the barbarians. Welcome to the new dark ages.
What the f*ck is this "team Gladio" that you keep going on about, Fidel?
Libya 2.0: Media Hysteria Over Syria 'Bombing' Aleppo
"If tired WMD lies won't convince the public to back foreign intervention, perhaps recycled lies from Libya? Narrations of 'brutal dictators' bombing civilians with aircraft have been used before.."
US Justifies Terrorism Against Syria: Russia
"...This is quite an awful position, I cannot even find the words to make clear how we feel. This is directly justifying terrorism. How can this be understood?' Lavrov told reporters in Moscow.."
Russia Condemns New EU Sanctions Against Syria
"Russia has condemned the new round of European Union (EU) sanctions imposed against Syria, describing the move as a 'blockade' against Damascus.' Essentially, the measures taken by the European Union can be considered a declaration of a sea and air blockade of Syria,' the Russian Foreign Ministry said in a statement on Wednesday. According to the statement the new round of embargoes on Syria violated the UN-Arab League envoy Kofi Annan's peace plan.."
Threat of a Chemical Weapons False Flag Attack on Syria Real: Analyst
"The threat of a chemical weapon false flag attack blamed on Syria is real. On June 10, Russia Today headlined 'Syrian Rebels Aim to Use Chemical Weapons, Blame Damascus - Report,' saying: 'Opposition fighters have chemical weapons. Libyan sources supplied them. Allegedly they're planning for use against civilians. The scheme involves blaming Assad. NATO and regional allies head closer to war. A causus belli remains to initiate it. The horror of chemical attack mass casualties looks perfect.."
And as a member of 'Friends of Syria' and with the support of both the government and the 'loyal Opposition' NDP, and with an almost total disappearance of any sort of anti-war resistance, this is what Canada is supporting in your name...
Syria Weapons Worry Canada
"Foreign Minister John Baird says discussions about a 'post-Assad Syria' are underway, including what to do about the stockpile of chemical and biological weapons held by the country's regime. The wrong hands could belong to Islamic extremists, Baird suggested, including al-Qaida cells that have reportedly infiltrated the clashes...The Israeli government has expressed concern that Lebanon's Hezbollah might try to secure some of the weapons of mass destruction. There has been a run of gas masks inside of Israel..."
If Mr Baird is concerned about AQ militants, perhaps he should raise the issue at the next 'Friends of Syria' meeting he attends, since it is FOS that is funding and supporting them.
US Wants Puppet Regime in Syria: Analyst (and vid)
"Press TV has conducted an interview with Jamal Wakim, a Beirut-based political analyst, to further talk over this issue..."
Foreign Militants Join Armed Gangs in Syria: Western Media
"Western media say a number of foreign militants have joined armed gangs fighting against the Syrian security forces and rebels. The Western news outlets armed militants are now at the Bab al Hawa crossing with Turkey, and are coming from Saudi Arabia, Egypt, Libya and the UAE.."
Syra - The Media Lies of Aljazeera and the BBC (and vid)
Interview with 'Shoruk' of Syrian Social Club, Brixton
So, I wonder when the Not-So-Free Syrian Army will decide to use chemical weapons and blame it on the actual Syian Army?
Or maybe the Turks will chase the Kurds away...
Turkey's Pursuit of Kurdish Rebels: Pretext For NATO Intervention in Syria? (and vid)
"Turkey has warned that it may take action against Kurdish rebels operating in the north of Syria. Middle East expert Franklin Lamb believes this could finally lead to Turkish and NATO intervention in the country..."
or maybe they'll have to invade to fight their own Al Qaeda proxies...?
German Intel: Al Qaeda Behind Terror in Syria
"The German Federal Intelligence Service (BND) has revealed that al Qaeda is responsible for numerous terrorist attacks in Syria, including the Houla massacre.."
Syria Clears More Areas of Rebels, Fighting Continues in Aleppo
"Meanwhile gunmen in Syrian Army uniforms killed civilians in the Salahuddin neighborhood in the city (Aleppo) in an attempt to accuse the Army of masterminding the bloodshed..."
So tell me Fidel, how do you deliver chemical weapons onto a battlefield?
FedEx or UPS.
Syrian Blood Etches a New Line in the Sand - by Pepe Escobar
"No matter what militarized Western corporate media spins, there's no endgame in Syria - yet. On the contrary, the sectarian game is just beginning. It's 1980s Afghanistan all over again. The over 100 heavily armed gangs engaged in civil war in Syria are overflowing with Gulf Cooperation Council funds financing their Russian RPGs bought on the black market.
Salafi-jihadis cross into Syria in droves - not only from Iraq but also Kuwait, Algeria, Tunisia and Pakistan, following enraged calls from their Imams. Kidnapping and raping and slaughtering pro-Assad regime civilians is becoming the law of the land. They go after Christians with a vengeance...
Israel's motives go way beyond the Saudi/Qatari sectarian lust. Israel's Prime Minister Bibi Netanyahu has just excavated a Bushism - calling Iran-Syria-Hezbollah an 'axis of evil'. What Tel Aviv wants in the long run is clear, for Washington, Obama administration or not, to bring down the axis...
For all its production values, NATO's jihad - in conjunction with al-Qaida affiliates and copycats - still has not delivered regime change..."
Video: Damascus, the Volcano Has Been Extinguished (and vid)
Thierry Meyssan reports from Damascus
I doubt either of them delivers in Syria.
How does the world's biggest dope delivery service run drugs from Afghanistan to their mafia friends in Kosovo? From Colombia to inner city ghettos in Miami and L.A.?
How does the CIA manage to rendition people from Asia to Gitmo?
Were the Mujahideen all Afhan locals who brought down the PDPA Army and Sovs using only flintlocks and 19th century British Army throwdowns? Where did the Stinger missile launchers come from, Santa's workshop?
"Secret" torture gulags in Eastern Europe? How can it possibly happen with transparent and accountable government? Let's not be so naive about such things, shall we? I promise not to if you will.
Where there is covert will there is a way. Get a letter off to your Congress person asking about this year's black budget($) and demand a cost breakdown detailing where it's spent. You might receive a reply asking whether you like sex or travel or both.
Aleppo Blame Game: Conflicting Reports From the Ground in Syria
Replacing Government 101: Syrian Rebels Learn Democracy in Germany
"A group of top Syrian opposition figures took courses in governing a country in Berlin. The training, partially sponsored by the US State Department is meant to come in handy after the Bashar al Assad regime falls.."
US, Israel Plan Assad Removal to Hurt Iran: Analyst (and vid)
"...According to an article on the Antiwar.com website, the United States favors the presence of Al Qaeda militants and other Sunni extremists in Syria to help the country's armed groups overthrow the government of President Bashar al-Assad." Analysts discuss
[url=http://globalresearch.ca/index.php?context=va&aid=32086][size=14]US Proxy Al Qaeda Death Squads in Syria[/size][/url]
[quote=Stephen Lendman]On July 11, German writer Jurgen Todenhofer confirmed the presence of Al Qaeda insurgents in Syria. He met with them, he said. He holds them and others like them responsible for mass terror attacks.
He described a "massacre marketing strategy." He called it "among the most disgusting things that I have ever experienced in an armed conflict."
He added that Western media distort what's happening on the ground. Viewers and readers know it's their stock and trade. They're paid to lie. Journalists dedicated to truth and full disclosure need not apply.
On July 24, Asia Times writer John Rosenthal headlined "German intelligence: al-Qaeda all over Syria," saying:
"German intelligence estimates that 'around 90' terror attacks that 'can be attributed to organizations that are close to al-Qaeda or jihadist groups' were carried out in Syria between the end of December and the beginning of July, as reported by the German daily Die Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung (FAZ)."
Die Welt and Bild published similar reports. All three name Al Qaeda behind the May 25 Houla massacre. Russian journalist Marat Musin was there. He said hundreds of "bandits and mercenaries" were responsible.
Washington's imperial tactics involve cutthroat killer atrocities. Human lives have no value. Only wealth, privilege and dominance matter. US officials don't keep body counts. Objectives are pursued lawlessly.[/quote]
In 1980's-90's Afghanistan and Pakistan, they were referred to as Mujahideen - mercenaries and proxy hirelings from more than 40 countries trained and armed by the CIA, Pakistan's Army Intelligence, Saudis and British SAS.
There is no such thing as "Al Qa'eda."
Syrian Troops Start Operations Against Rebels in Aleppo
"The Syrian army has launched a military operation against rebels in Aleppo, the country's business hub and largest city. Fierce clashes between government forces and foreign-backed rebels are underway in several neighborhoods in the city.."
Up To 20% of Aleppo is FSA Controlled (and vid)
Interview with 'Mr Aleppo' from Syria
Syria: Washington's Latest War Crime - by Paul Craig Roberts
"One wonders what Syrians are thinking as 'rebels' vowing to 'free Syria' take the country down the same road to destruction as 'rebels' in Libya. The hegemon is on the march.."
Then why do you keep posting stuff that says they are in Syria?
Clashes Intensify on Syria-Lebanon Border
"Clashes between Syrian security forces and armed gangs have been intensifying along the Syria-Lebanon border while the battle rages on in Homs and Aleppo. Rebels are said to be using civilians as human shields..."
Imperialist Powers Unveil Their Proposed Syrian Military Strongman - by Chris Marsden
"...Whether or not his powergrab is successul, the backing Tlass has received blows a hole in all attempts to portray the anticipated overthrow of Assad as a new democratic era. The goal is to impose an equally militarist and authoritarian regime, but one that is under their [Western] control.."
Uggh! I give up. "head bounces off desk"
Syrian Army Clears Two Aleppo Districts of Armed Gangs
"Syrian security forces have cleared the Salahuddin and Hamdaniya neighborhoods in the northwestern city of Aleppo of foreign-sponsored armed gangs."
'British-Born Jihadists Fighting Assad in Syria' - Captured Photographer
"...If it is confirmed, Oerleman's story will add to reports that Syria has become a magnet for radical Islamists, who are there either as mercenaries or because of ideology. 'As soon as Assad has fallen, these fighters want to introduce Islamic, Sharia law in Syria,' said Oerleman."
CIA's Bandar Assassinated By Syrians? (and vid)
"There are reports that Bandar has been assassinated. The CIA's man in Saudi Arabia is, or was Prince Bandar. Bandar was recently made the boss of Saudi intelligence. Syria reportedly eliminated Badar bin Sultan in retaliation for the Damascus bombing..."
"Free Syrian Army" is Al Qaeda: WikiLeaks Propaganda About Chemical Weapons in Syria
Members of the Free Syrian Army (FSA) are not just tied to al-Qaeda, the CIA-funded fake Islamic terrorist group, they ARE al-Qaeda. In a video of members of the FSA, these men are brandishing AK-47s provided to them by the CIA and have al-Qaeda flags flying in the background.
Al-Qaeda has been used by the US government in insurgent recruitment and in destabilizing Middle Eastern governments. The new recruits, being trained by the CIA in Turkey, then being allocated to the FSA and being used to destroy the Syrian government are directly tied to al-Qaeda. In the mainstream media, al-Qaeda is still touted as a separate terrorist organization with no ties to the US government.
Tayyip Erdogan, the Turkish Prime Minister, is now decrying that his involvement in assisting the CIA has created a backlash of violence in his own country and compromised their national security.[/quote]
Qa'eda = CIA'da
US, NATO To Blame for Syria Violence: Analyst (and vid)
"...A political analyst says the United States President Barack Obama's administration and NATO should be held responsible for the killing of thousands of civilians in Syria.."
Ban's Anti-Syria Stance Threatening UN Existence: American Author (and vid)
Interview with Webster Tarpley
'Assad Better Get the Hell Out' - Panetta
"US Defense Secretary Leon Panetta has advice for Syria's President Assad: 'If you want to be able to protect yourself and your family, you'd better get the hell out now.."
our glorious allies channel Al Capone
Syrian Opposition Meeting Predicated to Overthrow Assad (and vid)
George Galloway MP interviews former Guardian editor Jonathan Steele on Afghanistan and Syria 6: 06
'Ankara Plays Washington's Dangerous Game on Syria' (and vid)
Interviews with experts, Tarpley, Lamb
Turkish Armed Forces Press the Button
"100,000 troops put on standby, army units moving toward Syrian border.."
Turkey Gives Surface-to-Air Missiles to Syrian Rebels
"A report says Turkey has supplied foreign sponsored armed groups in Syria with surface-to-air missiles.."
Israel's Plan for Syria
"Israel retains its ability to control the Syrian 'Islamist' rebels. Netanyahu is not worried about Syria's possible disintegration..."
Rebels Kill Pro-Assad Captives in Syria (and vid)
"New graphic footage has emerged showing armed men killing their captives in the northwestern Syrian city of Aleppo simply for supporting President Bashar al Assad..."
Obama's Secret Order Allows Broad Support for Syrian Militants
"US President Barack Obama has reportedly signed a secret order authorizing more support for rebels fighting against Syrian President Bashar al Assad's government. The decree broadly permits the CIA and other US agencies to aid militants in Syria against the country's army..."
Blackwater Training Anti-Assad Terrorists in Turkey
"The notorious US security firm Blackwater has set up military camps in Turkey's border region with Syria to train armed groups fighting against the government of Syrian President Bashar al Assad..."
Plot to Turn Aleppo into Benghazi 2
"...The Turkish government intends to exploit the lack of Syrian Army rule over the Kurdish region in order to establish a 'free zone' with the capital of Aleppo. There is the possibility that Ankara might drive thousands of Syrian refugees to this region and increase its non-Kurdish population.
The scenario is very clear. If Aleppo falls into the hands of the opposition and the Syrian army fails to recapture it, it will turn into Benghazi 2. The Transitional government will be deployed there and will demand help from NATO and Western governments. Aleppo will become a key point and a move will be made on Damascus again..."
[url=http://globalresearch.ca/index.php?context=va&aid=32139][color=blue]Major Media Admit Presence of Foreign Militants in Syria[/color][/url]
Militants are largely imported, not homegrown. Many are Al Qaeda affiliated. They're brought in from regional countries. Most Syrian regime opponents deplore violence. They want reforms, not war.
The Times said more recently "larger, more organized and better armed Syrian militant(s push) an agenda based on jihad."
At the same time, it claimed "no significant presence of foreign combatants of any stripe in Syria...." It cited an unnamed "activist" saying around 1,000 of 50,000 fighters involved are foreigners. It added that many of them aren't "jihadists."
It tiptoed toward admitting that what Assad said all long is true. It suggested that "Salafist groups" and other Islamic radicals "now receive most foreign financing."
It stopped short of explaining that Syria was lawlessly invaded. It's waging defensive liberating battles. International law legitimizes them. No nation would stand aside and let foreign invaders ravage and control their country.[/quote]
Gladio Gang Inc. waging terrorism in yet another country. Welcome to the new dark ages.
Syria to Clear Aleppo of Insurgents
"Syrian forces are preparing to launch a massive operation to clear the northern city of Aleppo of insurgents.."
US Plays Dirty Tricks : Analyst (and vid)
"US uses armed insurgents, sanctions and peace plans as tools in order to overthrow governments around the world.."
CIA and Mossad on Syria Front Line (and vid)
Pepe Escobar interviewed..
TODAY, the CBC triumphantly announces that the Saudi Arabia and Qatar Olympic teams allow women to complete for the first time. Meanwhile innocent Syrian women are being killed in a brutal civil war that few Syrians wanted but that Qater and Saudia Arabia help to finance with Canada’s approval.
UNGA Passes Saudi Arabia Resolution on Syria (and vid)
"Friday's UN General Assembly session came to order with teh key point of business being a vote on Saudi Arabia's resolution on Syria.."
UN Adopts Tough Resolution on Syria (and vid)
"The bill was passed with 133 votes in favor, 12 against, and 31 abstentions.."
naturally Canada voted FOR the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia's resolution.
Dismembering the Arab World - by Makram Khoury Machool
"The behaviour of the NATO-aligned, anti-Syrian bloc is now blatant enough for us to better understand what is happening in Syria. On the one hand, we find political operators such as the ad-hoc group 'Friends of Syria', and on the other. two Arab personalities, both members of two Gulf sheikdoms.
The first group includes NATO led heads of state, with a barely disguised Israeli master-plan conceived by the likes of Bernard Henri Levy. Rather than being the friends of Syria, thse personalities are arguably working to secure their own financial interests in, around, and via Syria..."
naturally Canada is a member of FOS
[url=http://globalresearch.ca/index.php?context=va&aid=32187][size=14]Al CIA'duh and Media Propaganda directed Against Syria[/size][/url]
[quote]The US government has known that Al Qaeda has been among the Syrian rebels as in February 2012, Director of National Intelligence James R. Clapper stated that “Members of Al Qaeda have infiltrated Syrian opposition groups.”
Thus, the US government has been supporting the rebels since late last year and has been working with Al Qaeda (albeit indirectly) to topple the Syrian government, yet PBS seems to be concerned only with spouting lies.
In the same interview, when Woodruff asked Amrani “How can you be sure that the next government won't be as repressive as this government?,” Amrani replied by saying “Listen, we had some experiences in Libya, in Tunisia, in the Maghreb, that were successful.”[/quote]
Yes Al CIA'da has certainly been successful in Tunisia and the maghreb.
Tunisia’s al-Qaeda mujaheddin flock to Syria A large percentage of foreign fighters against Bashar Assad come from the cradle of the NATO Spring
Obama Does Syriana (and vid) - by Pepe Escobar
"...the spin in Tel Aviv is that Israel is able to 'control' the swarm of hardcore Wahabis and Salafi-jihadis now infesting Syria. Even if that is manifest nonsense, one juicy point is clear; Israel is in bed with al-Qaeda -style Islamists..."
Insurgents Kill Kidnapped Syria TV Presenter
"Mohammad al-Saeed had been abducted by the insurgents from his home in Damascus in mid-July. A rebel group named Al-Nusra Front has claimed responsibility for the execution of al-Saeed. Al Saeed, a well known figure on Syria TV, was executed after being interrogated by the insurgents, reports say..."
Repressive Al Saud Regime Relic of Feudal Barbarism: Author (and vid)
"I don't know how they can do this with a straight face. An absolute monarchy, a relic of feudal barbarism, one of the most backward regimes in the world, is going to give [democracy] lessons to Syria, a much more advanced country,' said Dr Webster Griffin Tarpley in an interview, refering to a recent UN resolution on Syria.."
why are no Canadian media pundits remarking Canada's support of the Saudi monarchy's UN resolution? Why aren't Canadians the least bit interested?
Syria TV Host Kidnapped, Executed by Islamists
"The Heroes of Western Ghoula imprisoned the shabih presenter on July 19...He was then killed after he had been interrogated,' AFP reports.."
US, NATO Seek Repeat of Qaddafi, End for Assad Analyst (and vid)
"The US and the Western military alliance NATO want to see a bloody Gaddafi like ending for Syrian President Bashar al Assad and his government and will do all it takes to see that happens..." Discussion by analysts
Taking Up the Rebel Cause: Woman Trades Toronto Apartment for Battle Zone
"I came from Canada to answer the call of my homeland. To enlist myself in the Syrian Free Army (FSA) and join the Banner of Damascus Falcons Troop of Aleppo Martyrs, special missions..."
Turkey Training Rebels, Says FSA Fighter (and vid)
"Just a few months ago, Thwaiba Kanafiani was leading a normal life with her husband, six year old son and three year old daughter in Canada..."
Perhaps Canada will do as Ezra Levant suggests and make her ambassador to Syria..
Massacres in Aleppo, Syria - by Tony Cartalucci
"Responsibility to Protect' crumbles as Western-armed terror front slaughters civilians while foreign sponsors attempt to tie the hands of Syrian security forces. For the people of Aleppo, their only hope is Syria's security forces restoring order. In pockets of Syria's largest city the so-called 'Free Syrian Army' (FSA) has dug into a campaign of systematic detention, torture and mass murder, carried out against 'enemies of the revolution'.
Demonized as either 'Shabiha' or 'government supporter', men have been rounded up, lined up against walls, and gunned down en mass. Others await barbaric 'drumhead trials' where FSA warlords deal out arbitrary justice under the guise of 'Sharia law'.."
UN Vote on Syria Reflects Changing Battlefield - by Tony Cartalucci
"...Nations who didn't support the resolution included China, Russia, Iran, Cuba, Pakistan, South Africa, India, Brazil, Bolivia, Venezuela, Iraq, North Korea, Belarus, Nicaragua, Myanmar and Zimbabwe. It is an incomplete list that is already far too long and already includes nearly half the world's population to be labeled as an 'Axis of Evil'.
The UN has become a tool, entirely of corporate - financier interests, articulated by UN representatives detached from their own populations, who have hijacked their collective voice and use it to ram through their own narrow, self-serving agendas.."
that would include our government and the 'loyal' opposition, in the present case of Syria, Libya and Iran. Do not forgive or forget what they endorse,approve and execute in our name..
Yes I think Cartalucci may be right. And I think, too, that NATO operators may be too chickenshit to do a Napoleon of it and attempt an invasion of Russia. It was Napoleon's mistake, and I think it would be the end of Team Gladio similarly. And so the vicious empire is reduced to perpetrating terrorism against other countries economically stronger than they are. It's sad, really.
The Western World and the Glorification of Terrorism - by Thierry Meyssan
"...the reversal of the Western doctrine toward terrorism.."
Muslim Brotherhood Establishes Militia Inside Syria. html
"The Muslim Brotherhood has established its own militia inside Syria as the country's rebels fracture between radical Islamists and their rivals, commanders and gun runners have told The Daily Telegraph.."