The Lunatic Syrian ‘Revolution’ Godfather Aroor

The Lunatic Syrian ‘Revolution’ Godfather Aroor.

العرعور، عراب “الثورة السورية” المجنون:

لفهم ما يواجهه السوريون، عليكم أن تتعرفوا على الشخص الذي يقود “الثورة السورية” المزعومة ضدهم، ومن أفضل من عراب هذه الثورة المزعومة برأيكم؟ الشيخ عدنان العرعور، الذي يقود الثورة عن طريق محطتيه الفضائيتين صفا ووصال التي تبث من السعودية على نفس الأقمار الصناعية عربسات ونايلسات التي حجبت بث القنوات السورية وابقت على هاتين المحطتين.

في هذا الفيديو، يدعو الشيخ عدنان العرعور الى احراق دمشق العاصمة بكل الوسائل كحرق الأشجار، الحجارة، وسكب ما تبقى من النفط والزيت (بسبب العقوبات الغربية) على الطرقات واحراقها، اغراق السجاد بالوقود واحراقه.. الى ماهنالك..
تمتعوا بمشاهدة هذا الجوكر وتذكروا كيف يعاني الشعب السوري من أتباع هذا المسخ الذين ينفذون تعليماته بحذافيرها (اضغطوا على cc للترجمة باللغة الانكليزية):

The Godfather of the Syrian ‘Revolution’ 

في ظهور ثانٍ له، نفس الشخص يجن جنونه حول الأخبار عن أن أحد أعضاء مجموعة المعارضة السورية المدعومة من تركيا والمسماة “المجلس الوطني السوري” يؤكد بأنه شاهد عناصر من مجاهدي القاعدة في مدينة حلب، يقاتلون تحت لواء بلطجية الجيش الحر المدعوم من تركيا، فيجن جنون هذا الشخص ويسعى الى التغطية على وجود عناصر ارهابية من القاعدة في الاعلام، بالرغم من أن وجودهم قد تم اثباته مرات عدة على وسائل الاعلام، المراسلين الدوليين والمراقبين:

The ‘Syrian Revolution’ Godfather Aroor Gone Mad Watch Why

كل من يقول بأن القاعدة موجودة في سوريا هو خائن – يقول عدنان العرعور، لأن القاعدة هي أحدى أفرع الجيش الحر الارهابي، الذي تحاول وسائل الاعلام بشتى الطرق تحيده واعطاء صورة على انه مكون فقط من جنود سوريين “منشقين” يقاتلون “القاعدة” ..!! اثنان من الفصائل التي يدعمها حلف شمال الأطلسي يتقاتلون فيما بينهم على الأرض السوري؟! حسنٌ، ومن سيصدق هذا؟

The Lunatic Syrian ‘Revolution’ Godfather Aroor

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To understand what Syrians are facing you need to know who is leading the so called Syrian ‘revolution’ against them, and who is better than the godfather of this so called revolution to give you an idea? Cleric Adnan Al Aroor, leading the ‘revolution’ through his Safa & Wisal satellite TV channels broadcasting from Saudi on the same Arabsat & Nilesat satellite channels that removed the Syrian official channels and left these..

Cleric Adnan Al Aroor in this video calls on the burning of Damascus, the capital with all means like burning trees, stones, pouring the already scarce oil & fuel due to western sanctions on the streets and burn it, wrap rugs with fuel and burn it… etc. enjoy watching this joker then remember how Syrians are suffering from the followers of this freak whom follow his instructions precisely (turn English subtitles cc on):

In a second appearance the same person goes rabid over news that one of the Turkey’s sponsored collection of Syrian oppositions known as Syrian National Council SNC members confirm he witnessed Al Qaeda fighters in Aleppo city fighting under the wing of the again Turkish FSA thugs, this guy freaks out and wants to cover the existence of Al Qaeda terrorists in the media, although their presence is more than evidenced in so many media and international reporters and observers (with English subtitles):

‘If anybody says there’s Alqaeda in Syria he’s a traitor’ – Adnan Al Aroor, because Al Qaeda is one of the branches of the so called FSA terrorists, which the western media are trying their best to alienate and give an impression it’s only composed of ‘defected’ Syrian soldiers who are ‘fighting Al Qaeda’..!! 2 NATO sponsored factions fighting each others on the Syrian land?! Yeah, right.

They fool you, they keep fooling you & they enjoy fooling you, not because they’re smart, it’s because you’re foolable.

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FSA Terrorists Burn Aleppo’s Old Souq

FSA Terrorists Burn Aleppo’s Old Souq30SundaySep 2012Posted by ArabiSouri in Journalism, Media, Media, Religion, Syria, Terrorism≈ Leave a CommentTagsAleppo, Assad, Damascus, FSA, Old Souq, SyriaIf you can’t control it burn it, that’s the motto of the Turkish terrorists aka FSA thugs attacking Syrian government and people in order to further a regime change in this sovereign country for so many reasons, not least the New World Order, regional

via FSA Terrorists Burn Aleppo’s Old Souq.

FSA Terrorists Burn Aleppo’s Old Souq

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If you can’t control it burn it, that’s the motto of the Turkish terrorists aka FSA thugs attacking Syrian government and people in order to further a regime change in this sovereign country for so many reasons, not least the New World Order, regional & international gas and oil pipelines projects, israel’s safety among many other things.

We’ve seen what Al Qaeda, a branch of the FSA terrorist group, done to the Bamiyan Buddha Statue in Afghanistan that stood 1,700 years at a 150 meters height when they under the wing of Taliban in 2001 took control of the country there.

Now, they’re in Syria fighting the culture, heritage, history, tradition and the people of this old country, which history is recorded since 12,000 years and invented the alphabet some 7,000 years ago.

The Old Souq in Aleppo, a World Heritage site registered by the UNESCO in the year 1986 is now ruins, the hundreds of shops that make the living of thousands of Aleppo merchants and their workers are burnt to earth by the savage, barbaric, medieval terrorists whom were invented, supported, financed, trained by NATO and smuggled into Syria by Turkey, a NATO’s very faithful member state.

It’s heartbreaking to see lives destroyed and a country being burnt by these mercenaries under the guise of ‘protecting Syrians’ by destroying their properties and lynching the civilians not assisting their fake revolution. Now the source of income of these merchants is in flames. It’s worth mentioning that Aleppo never witnessed any protest in support of the fake revolution, on the contrary, it’s people held several rallies in support of the Syrian state and the president Bashar Al Assad. Here’s one of them on 19 October 2011:

Now the cavemen punished Aleppo residents and of course under the help of the western mainstream media which are ready to accuse the Syrian government while these terrorists ‘were trying to put down the fire’, watch:

the real Syrian Free Press

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Al-Moallem Resumes Meetings in New York.

NEW YORK – 29/09/2012 – Deputy Prime Minister, Foreign and Expatriates Minister Walid al-Moallem, who is heading the Syrian delegation to the 67th session of the United Nations General Assembly in New York, resumed official meetings at the UN headquarter in New York.

Al-Moallem held talks with the Iranian Foreign Minister, Ali Akbar Salihi, and discussed with him the latest developments in bilateral relations and mutual cooperation in light of the outstanding relations.

The two sides also discussed means of developing cooperation and consultations in all fields and exchanged views on the mission of the UN envoy, Lakhdar Brahimi and means of backing his mission as to ensure non-interference in the Syrian affairs and launching a Syrian-led political process according to agreed-upon national principles.

Al-Moallem hailed the good offices…

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Zionists Use al Qaeda to Attack Syria

Zionists Use al Qaeda to Attack Syria.

It came as no surprise to students of Middle East history yesterday when al Qaeda leader Ayman al-Zawahiri called for the ouster of Syria’s “pernicious, cancerous regime,”.  Progressive Syria has been targeted by al Qaeda in the past, and is currently under attack by Islamists from the CIA/Mossad-trained Free Syrian Army.

When al-Zawahiri headed Egyptian Islamic Jihad in 1984, Reagan’s CIA brought his mujahadeen buddy Ali Mohammed to the US where was put to work training Afghan terrorists in Brooklyn and Jersey City on weekends.  During the week he instructed US Special Forces at Fort Bragg.  In 1998 he helped bomb the US Embassies in Kenya and Tanzania.  Blowback’s a bitch.

Later the CIA helped Islamic Jihad terrorists escape Egyptian justice by sending them to fight with Bosnian Muslims assigned to tear apart Yugoslavia, and with the heroin-infested Kosovo Liberation Army.  Islamists were used to murder Gaddafi and privatize the Libyan central bank for the Rothschild Cartel.

Now these creations of Western intelligence – Israel, Turkey, the GCC and NATO – are being used to attack the Assad government in Syria and to capture Syria’s central bank for the Zionist Illuminati banking cartel.

And the road to attacking Iran runs straight through Damascus.

The following article by Dr. Boris Dolgov – senior research fellow of the Centre for Arabic Studies of the Russian Institute of Oriental Studies – is the best I’ve read on the situation.  It appeared on the excellent Oriental Review website –http://orientalreview.org/

The current situation in Syria remains one of the most important components of the Middle Eastern and international policies. Using Syria’s domestic crisis and pursuing their own goals NATO, Israel, Turkey and the monarchies of the Persian Gulf are trying to undermine the Syrian regime.

Since the beginning of the crisis in Syria I have made two trips to that country as a member of international delegations in August 2011 and in January 2012. If we watch the dynamics of situation’s development over that period on the one hand we can state intensification of terrorist groups in Syria and on the other hand we see a broader people’s support of President Bashar Assad and a clear demarcation of political forces’ positions.

“Two car bombers blew themselves up outside the heavily guarded compounds of Syria’s intelligence agencies, killing at least 44 people and wounding dozens more in a brazen attack in December 23, 2011.

In the last two months Syria has seen a number of terrorist attacks. The terrorist attacked Syrian servicemen and military facilities, law enforcement agencies institutions, blasts on oil pipelines, railroads, murders and taking of hostage among peaceful citizens (In the city of Homs insurgents killed five well known scientists), arson of schools and killing of teachers (since March 2011, 900 schools have been set on fire and 30 teachers have been killed).

Terrorist attacks in Damascus became one of the bloodiest. Two of them were carried out on December 23, 2011 when cars loaded with explosives went off in front of the buildings of state security service killing 44 and injured about 150 people. On January 6, 2012 on a busy street a suicide bomber attack killed 26 and wounded 60. There were officers of the law enforcement agencies among the victims but most of the victims were occasional by-passers.

In January 2012, Damascus has a more severe look in comparison with summer of 2011. Security officers check passports on the way to the airport, asking people what country they are from. Entrances of many state institutions are protected with concrete blocks. There are check points with sand bags near the police stations which are protected by soldiers in bullet proof vests. Lifting gates which close entrances to some of the streets are also by guarded by soldiers and young people with machine guns – these are volunteers from pro-governmental youth movements. But everyday life has not drastically changed. There are no servicemen, armed vehicles or document checks in the city. Damascus is still a busy city, with no vacant seats in internet cafes and on weekends streets are crowded with family couples and young people.

After terrorist attacks in Damascus demonstrations with slogans supporting Bashar Assad and condemning terrorists were held everyday. Similar demonstrations were organized in other large cities such as Aleppo, Homs, Hama, Daraa, Deir az Zor. These demonstrations were covered by the Syrian TV. During our stay in Syria we could move around the city freely and speak with people as we liked but we did not see any single anti-governmental rally. Most of the rallies’ participants were young people.

Syrian President Bashar al-Assad waves at supporters during a public appearance in Damascus on January 11, 2012 in which he vowed to defeat a “conspiracy” against Syria.

The most massive rally which gathered tens thousands of people was held on January 1 in the center of Damascus. At that rally Bashar Assad addressed to the nation starting his speech with the words: “Brothers and sisters!” He was speaking about a thousands year long history, the need to fight terrorism and the support terrorists receive from abroad. Assad’s speech was received with real enthusiasm and there were no signs that this reaction had been staged.

The whole square (tens thousands of people) shouted a popular slogan “Allah, Syria, Bashar!” (“Allah, Syria va Bashar bas!”). On January 8, in the memory of victims of terrorist attacks in Damascus a commemoration ceremony was held in St. Cross Cathedral in Damascus. The Mufti of Syria Ahmad Badr Al-Din Hassoun, the metropolitan of the Syrian Orthodox Church and the prior of the Catholic monastery spoke at the ceremony. In their speeches they condemned “the killers and those who put weapons in their hands and sent them to Syria”. The tragedy of the mufti of Syria, whose son was killed by the members of the Islamist terrorist group after the mufti had refused to act on the side of the foreign opposition, which goal was to overthrow Bashar Assad, is a telling example in itself.

After the adoption of a new law on political parties an active process of their creation has been underway in Syria. Although formally the constitution envisaged a multiparty system and seven parties were represented in the parliament, in compliance with clause 8 the leading role belonged to the ruling Baath party. Currently there is a wide discussion in Syria about this clause. An official with the Syrian Foreign Ministry told us that in the new constitution (on which the national referendum would be held in February), this clause would be abolished if most of the public and political forces spoke for it.

In his address to the nation Bashar Assad said that the new constitution would be approved in March 2012. The parliamentary elections are to be held in May-June 2012. Along with the law on political parties new laws on general elections, local administration and mass media were adopted. In compliance with the new law in December 2011 elections to the local governments were held. But because of the threat of terrorist attacks the turnout was only 42%, which was confirmed by the Baath officials. Nevertheless, the local administrations were elected and began to work. Under the recently adopted law new mass media are being formed in addition to the current 20 TV channels, 15 radio stations and 30 newspapers.

At present there are three main trends in the Syrian patriotic opposition – democratic, liberal and left, which is mainly a communist one. The Syrian Social Nationalist Party is the most influential party among the democratic forces. It is also the oldest party which was established in 1932. As Iliah Saman, a member of the political bureau of the Syrian Social Nationalist Party said, the party’s program is more conservative in comparison with the Baath’s program. Nevertheless there are no differences of principle between the two parties. According to him, the policy of the US, France and England is the main destabilizing factor in Syria. He said that those countries were acting in the interests of Israel and had the goal to divide Syria into five state formations on the basis of religious and ethnical differences.

The liberal trend of the opposition is represented by the recently registered secular democratic social movement led by Nabil Feysal, one of the Syrian intellectuals, a writer and a translator. He is an outright opponent of the Islamic fundamentalism, supporter of the liberal democracy. His goal is to turn Syria into “Middle Eastern Denmark”.

The National Committee for the Unity of Syrian Communists is the most influential component of the left (communist) trend of the opposition within the country. Recently it has changed its name for the Popular Will Party which is headed by Qadri Jamil, a prominent Syrian economist and the professor at the Damascus University. He is the only representative of the opposition who entered the committee on the design of the new constitution. Jamil believes that the national dialogue and creation of the government of the national unity (which would include representatives of the patriotic opposition) is the only way out of the crisis. At the same time he thinks that it is necessary to remove all the politicians who are not interested in conduction of reforms from the government, to clean up the opposition from destructive factors and to suppress its radical members who tend to use violence.

The coordination committees are also significant political force which has contacts with the Popular Will Party. These committees on the one hand organize demonstrations demanding concrete reforms and better living conditions on the other hand act as self-defense units which armed people protect their districts from attacks of terrorist groups in particular from a so called Liberal Syrian Army. It should be noted that although in the beginning of protests in Syria, part of the population, including intellectuals shared the opposition discontent with the regime and supported demands on democratization now, after intensification of terrorist groups, they tend to support the regime and the reforms proposed by the government.

A telling example of terrorist crimes was the shelling of a quarter in Homs on January 11 which killed eight local residents. Giles Jacquier, a reporter with France-2 TV, became one more victim of the attack. We spoke with Jacquier shortly before his tragic death and he was convinced that people’s protests were suppressed by the authoritarian regime in Syria. He was looking for the opposition everywhere trying to make a report. On failing to find it in Damascus he moved with a group of Dutch and Swiss colleagues to Homs. But in Homs he also met people who were supporting Bashar Assad and demanding to protect them from terrorists. A group of local residents and Giles Jacquier who happened to be near came under a grenade thrower fire, which was a common thing in that district. Commenting the tragic death of the French reporter Mother Agnes Mariam, who is the prior of the St James Catholic Cathedral in Damascus, said that there is no protesting opposition in Syria but only bandits who are killing people.

Many people we contacted in Syria including independent foreign reporters told us about the information war against Syria. According to them, Qatari channel Al Jazeera, for example, in order to broadcast a report on mass anti-governmental rallies in Syria made a fake footage with the help of computer editing using dozens of atmosphere players and decoration of Syrian streets, a kind of “Hollywood village”.

As for the Syrian opposition abroad, its political part is represented by the Syrian National council with the headquarters in Istanbul. It is headed by Burhan Ghalioun, a Syrian-French political scientist at the Sorbonne University in Paris. It is quite a heterogeneous formation which comprises groups with different goals. They represent the Muslim Brotherhood and other Sunnite organizations, Kurdish separatists, Liberal-Democratic dissidents who usually reside in Europe and in the US.

The armed opposition which conducted terrorist attacks in Syria is represented by a number of groups from a military wing of the Muslim Brotherhood to the Libyan radical Islamists and Al Qaeda. According to the information we receive from our Syrian colleagues there are training camps for insurgents in Lebanon and Turkey. The officers of security services of NATO, Turkey and some Arab states are in charge for the training and armament of the insurgents, while the monarchies of the Persian Gulf provide the financing.

The future development of the situation in Syria depends in many ways on the ability of the ruling regime to consolidate public forces and conduct the announced reforms. Other priorities are the liquidation of terrorist groups and stabilization of the domestic situation. In its turn this issue is directly linked to the development of the global policies and will depend on the activities of the leading countries of NATO, Turkey, the Arab League (which sent its monitors to Syria) Russia and China.

As for Russia, it firmly declares that repetition of the “Libyan scenario” in Syria is inadmissible.”

Dean Henderson is the author of Big Oil & Their Bankers in the Persian Gulf: Four Horsemen, Eight Families & Their Global Intelligence, Narcotics & Terror NetworkThe Grateful Unrich: Revolution in 50 Countries and Das Kartell der Federal Reserve.  Subscriptions to his Left Hook blog are FREE at www.deanhenderson.wordpress.com

http://www.tehrantimes.com/world/101527-western-narrative-on-syria-is-crumbling-us-journalist

A U.S. journalist says the United States and its allies are taking serious steps to launch a military strike against Syria.
“We can expect to see the mechanisms at play in undermining, dividing, and destroying Syria next turned on Lebanon and Iran if and when critical mass can be reached to topple Syria’s government,” said Tony Cartalucci in a recent interview with the Tehran Times.
Cartalucci, who is based in Bangkok, Thailand, writes for different news websites including Global Research and Activist Post and is currently co-authoring a book with geopolitical analyst and photographer Nile Bowie, titled, “Subverting Syria” available through Progressive Press.
Following is the text of the interview:
Q: You’ve written on unrest in Syria extensively. The opponents of the government of President Assad claim that his government has resorted to violence and killed many protesters and civilians, while the Damascus says that certain Western countries are providing the insurgents with weapons and money. Please comment over this. 
A: The violence began from the very beginning of the so-called demonstrations. There were undoubtedly well-intentioned demonstrators in the streets. Unfortunately, many of the organizations that gathered them had very sinister intentions.
Acts of vandalism, arson, and assault were being reported by even Western news agencies by March of 2011. This, by necessity, would bring armed security forces onto the streets in any country — as was the case in Los Angeles during the 1992 riots. In LA, the protesters were more lightly armed, and the overwhelming presence of thousands of National Guard soldiers and Marines quelled the violence in days. Still government forces killed several people, and in total 53 would die in the violence.
The difference in Syria is that the unrest was designed to be sustained and increasingly violent. To introduce this increasing cycle of violence, third party groups began targeting unsuspecting protesters as well as security forces charged with minding the protesters. These “mystery gunmen,” usually firing from rooftops, were reported not only by official Syrian government reports, but also by protesters and bystanders. The goal was to radicalize protesters and justify increasing violence and its subsequent support by Western backers.
We saw the same thing happen in Bangkok, Thailand in 2010 where these “mystery gunmen” targeted both protesters and security forces from the rooftops in an attempt to spike the violence and increase the stakes. In Bangkok, as in Syria, deadly crossfire would ensue, giving opposition groups and their foreign sponsors the propaganda they needed to demonize the government, while attempting to justify an increasingly militant opposition.
Now, without a doubt, this violence has escalated to the point where combat operations are being carried out by organized foreign-backed militant groups. The U.S., Qatar, Saudi Arabia, and Turkey have all made outright admissions of supporting the funding, logistics, and arming of these militants. What is evident is that the West and the Persian Gulf States have also illegally entered Syria with “journalists” serving as embedded propagandists. What is neither admitted, nor overtly evident, but most certain, is that special operations from NATO and the Persian Gulf are on the ground inside of Syria along with agents of their respective intelligence agencies.
This tactical environment was exactly what the West was seeking, and was the goal of covert violence in early 2011, and well as the gradual increase of arms and fighters sent into the crisis.
Q: Some political commentators say attack on Syria will be a prelude to an all-out military strike against Iran. Your views. 
A: Commentators are saying this precisely because it is written in nearly 10 years of U.S. policy papers. Citing some examples, there is the 2007 Seymour Hersh piece in the New Yorker titled, “The Redirection.” Hersh’s conclusion that the U.S. was attempting to undermine Syria as a means of subsequently undermining and executing regime change in Iran wasn’t one he drew himself, it was an enumerated policy that members of the  Bush administration had relayed to him; a policy that already at the time had been set in motion.
In 2009 in the Brookings Institution’s “Which Path to Persia?” report, Syria is again mentioned as a necessary factor that must be neutralized before proceeding on to Iran. The document details the use of violent, listed-terrorist organizations to undermine Iran, namely MKO, means of provoking a war with Iran it neither wants nor will benefit from, and mitigating perceived U.S. complicity if Israel were to strike Iran. While all of these strategies, in the 2009 report, are directed against Iran, we see many of them now playing out against Syria.
With this in mind, we can expect to see the mechanisms at play in undermining, dividing, and destroying Syria next turned on Lebanon and Iran if and when critical mass can be reached to topple Syria’s government. Also, an interesting reoccurring theme in Brookings’ “Which Path to Persia?” report is how the U.S. can lure Iran into an armed conflict. The destruction of Syria seems to be a potential means of doing this, though Iran has been very careful and adept at avoiding this pitfall.
The West lacks the political capital at home and abroad to launch an attack on Iran. An attack would unify the Iranian people further, is estimated to have little chance of destroying Iran’s civil nuclear program or setting back Iran’s armed forces, and leaves open the possibility that Iran may not even retaliate — this in order to accentuate the moral depravity of an unprovoked Western act of military aggression. Without the West committing to total war, something they can neither justify, nor politically afford, Iran will continue to exist as a growing and enduring countervailing force in the Middle East.
The West is undoubtedly seeking to undermine Iran politically, socially, morally, economically, as well as destroy it militarily. Doing this however, is becoming increasingly complicated. Even the prospect of justifying an “invasion” using a catastrophic false-flag event is waning as global public awareness of such a plot grows. The bus bombing in Bulgaria that was immediately blamed on Iran and Lebanon’s Hezbollah — even before the flames were extinguished — was met globally by doubt, even indignation at the U.S. and Israel’s rushed, dubious, and politically-motivated accusations.
As the conflict in Syria drags on, regional shareholders in Western hegemony, namely the (P)GCC and Turkey, may want to begin divesting in this losing strategy and preparing to co-exist with Iran. When that begins to happen, the prospect of a successful attack or invasion of Iran will become even more unlikely.
Q: Have you noted that the recent UN report on Syria published when Kofi Annan was the UN-Arab League envoy to Syria was produced by a number of people who have certain neoconservative attitudes and were allied with the reactionary monarchies of the Persian Gulf. Who has selected these people to provide reports on Syria? 
A: Representatives of Western corporate-financier interests are pervasive throughout the United Nations. Kofi Annan himself is a trustee of the Fortune 500-funded International Crisis Group and a member of the JP Morgan International Council along with many of the very engineers of Syria’s current unrest. Likewise, a 2011 UN Human Rights Council report, and the most recent August 2012 “expert panel” report regarding Syria have been compiled by a commission headed by Karen Koning Abu Zayd, a director of the Washington-based Middle East Policy Council. Indeed, Exxon, the Saudi Bin Laden Group, former ambassadors to (P)GCC members, the CIA, the U.S. military, and combines representing the collective interests of Al Jazeera, Boeing, Chevron and many more all have representation on the board of directors next to Mrs. Abu Zayd.
These people are “selected” by the UN members that dominate its various councils — and of course the collection of corporate-financier interests that dominate each respective member. The largest corporations on Earth, emanating from Wall Street and London clearly stack initiatives with their own people, thus habitually undermining both the credibility and authority of the UN.
Clearly, not only does an immense conflict of interest exist with the appointments of Kofi Annan or Kraen Koning Abu Zayd, but immense improprieties arise with them. For the latest UN report on “war crimes” carried out by the Syrian government, we are once again treated to “interviews,” many of which were not even conducted inside of Syria, but in Geneva, Switzerland. And who was interviewed? Opponents of the government, alleged defectors, and so on.
It is not that interviews like this have no value. However, interviews alone do not make a case. They make a starting point for a real investigation, an investigation Abu Zayd’s commission failed to conduct. And because she failed to conduct a proper investigation, the result of her “interviews” is a report fit for propaganda value only; propaganda immediately capitalized on by the West for several news cycles and will be continue to be cited for dramatic effect until Abu Zayd’s next performance.
Q: What’s your viewpoint regarding the role of Iran in resolving the Syrian crisis? You have praised Iran’s initiative in hosting 30 countries in a consultative meeting over Syria. Is Iran capable of neutralizing the efforts made by the United States and its allies in isolating Syria?
A: As the conflict drags on and the West increases the cost its shareholders must pay for what appears to be a losing strategy, it will benefit these shareholders to consider divesting from Western hegemony and consider a multipolar co-existence with each other and with Iran.
Iran, by providing a forum for some 30 nations representing around half the world’s population, shows that it — contrary to Western propaganda — is not interested in unilaterally exerting its influence. By recognizing the need for reform in Syria, but recognizing the current violence is a manifestation of foreign terrorism, not rebellion, the 30-nation International Consultative Conference on Syria seeks to provide a sheltered forum for genuine parties in Syria to resolve the conflict.
In theory, this was the intention of the UN and Kofi Annan. Annan’s actions along with his affiliations attempted to undermine these efforts from the very beginning, however, and the UN has proven to be entirely compromised. Iran, by organizing this meeting, is attempting to create a true multipolar alternative to the UN in regards to Syria. Iran, Russia, and others, with true geopolitical acumen, seek non-invasive measures to solve Syria outside the UN, while the U.S. and its combine attempt to justify acts of military aggression beyond any semblance of international law.
As far as neutralizing efforts by the West to isolate Syria, it is working. The Non-Aligned Movement (NAM) intends to further undermine efforts to isolate Syria in the court of public opinion and give alternative options to shareholders currently entangled in the West’s unraveling assault.
Of course, this is a good first step, but ultimately to stop the foreign subversion of Syria, the weapons, cash, and foreign fighters flowing over Syria’s borders must be stopped. Hopefully, Iran’s efforts in breaking Syria’s isolation can lead to growing international condemnation of the West’s funding of foreign terrorists, a necessary first step in implementing further measures to politically and physically block foreign intrusion.
Q: The Non-Aligned Movement summit was just concluded in Tehran and high-ranking officials from 120 member states as well as UN chief Ban Ki-moon attended the event. What’s your view regarding the efforts made by Israel and United States to undermine the summit and dissuading the world leaders and Ban Ki-moon from attending?
A: It is clear that the entire Western narrative in regards to Syria is crumbling. The use of Israel to attempt to “shame” UN chief Ban Ki-moon from attending the 2012 NAM conference smacks of desperation. The idea is to undermine both NAM and its leading members, more specifically Iran, Russia, and China, who have consistently opposed efforts to divide and destroy Syria. This too, seems to be a losing strategy for the West.
For example, the last UN General Assembly vote on Syria came with some telling results. A growing number of nations are beginning to abstain or skip votes on resolutions proposed by the West and laundered through the (P)GCC. This included India who may now be realizing the U.S. has only interests, not friends, and the destabilization Syria suffers today can easily be on any one of India’s borders as well as deep within them. Sustainable economic prosperity and progress, not to mention viable self-preservation, comes only from stability at home and abroad. Stability does not preclude reform, but requires that it is done sensibly, peacefully, and incrementally.
I believe many nations are beginning to realize that by promoting violent subversion abroad, they are further enabling its use against them at home, and are now shying away from further enabling the West’s methodology. I think the Persian Gulf states in particular are really starting to understand this in recent months.
Q: In one of your articles, you had pointed out some self-censored facts and truths which the Western mainstream media hide about Saudi Arabia, including the fact that women are not allowed to drive, the world’s foremost terrorist organization Al-Qaeda is a furtive ally of the Saudi government, the political prisoners are brutally tortured, etc. However, the United States, which constantly preaches human rights and values of Western democracy to other nations, has never protested these flagrant violations of human rights in the Arab nation. Why?
A: Corporate-financier interests in the U.S. spend an inordinate amount of money and time investing in NGOs that promote “human rights.” This is not because they believe in human rights, but because it is a convenient point of political leverage when attempting to mobilize public opinion against its geopolitical adversaries. Amnesty International, Human Rights Watch, Freedom House, the National Endowment for Democracy, and many more are all funded and headed by some of the most notorious advocates for war and atrocities, and contrary to what one would expect, many of these characters are card-carrying Neo-Conservatives.
Consequently, this point of political leverage is only used when geopolitical interests are in play, while an otherwise “media black-hole” forms around notorious human rights violators like Saudi Arabia who currently serves and is entwined with U.S. interests. Another good example of this is how the U.S. is leveraging “human rights” against Syria while U.S.-backed, deposed Thai PM Thaksin Shinawatra is currently on tour of the U.S. People might remember his notorious 2003 “War on Drugs” which saw over 2,800 people killed extra-judicially over the course of 90 days.
However, this doesn’t mean extensive catalogs of atrocities aren’t being compiled against the Persian Gulf states. On the contrary, just as was the case with Saddam Hussein who committed his most egregious atrocities with both U.S. support and an arsenal made possible by U.S. arms dealers, the Persian Gulf States will be retroactively convicted when, not if, the time comes.
The “human rights” racket maintained by the U.S. State Department is not only a form of political extortion, it also undermines real human rights advocacy, leading many well-intentioned people toward a false sense of security, falsely believing “someone” is watching.
The eradication of Libya’s Africans, particularly the emptying out of the entire city of Tawarga, exemplifies this better than any other recent example. Here, Fortune 500-funded Refugees International, recorded the atrocities that took place in Tawarga, and instead of using its immense influence to make it headline news, it merely published a YouTube video that garnered a few hundred views. Why? Because the militants that committed the atrocities now form the NATO-backed government in Tripoli.
The same can be said of U.S. support for state sponsorship of terrorism. These are tools clearly at their disposal and moral objections to such tactics are for public consumption only.
Q: In another article, you wrote that BBC has just received a considerable amount of money from the U.S. Congress to launch media attacks on the independent, non-aligned countries such as Iran and Cuba. What’s your viewpoint toward BBC’s and other mainstream media outlets’ coverage of Iran affairs? Isn’t their attitude toward Iran some kind of a misinformation and propaganda campaign?
A: The BBC, along with a myriad of other news agencies and pseudo-news NGOs are all underwritten and representative of the West’s corporate-financier interests. Powerful interests buying up media to control public perception is a reoccurring theme throughout the history of the printed and now broadcast word.
These corporate-financier interests, many familiar Fortune 500 companies, fund the think-tanks that produce both national policy and daily talking points for the evening news. These are disseminated to politicians for approval and to the desks of large corporate news networks to then be presented to the public. What’s worse, is that many of these news organizations share representation amongst the very think-tanks producing policy and their corresponding talking points. At face value, there are already tremendous conflicts of interest at play.
So clearly, if corporate-financier interests seek to undermine and eliminate those opposing their global geopolitical-economic hegemony, they will use the media houses they own to spread propaganda. The BBC is guilty of many very high profile incidents of outright fraud and misrepresentation, but it is their daily, and very persistent dissembling that gradually poisons the perception of Western audiences against nations like Syria and Iran.
Iran, no matter what it does in reality, will be portrayed by the West as a belligerent, irrational, and backwards threat to humanity. Increasing public awareness and alternative media’s successful challenging of the corporate-media’s monopoly has eroded the effectiveness of this propaganda. Additionally, Iran’s own very persistent efforts to counter this propaganda, not only through the skillful use of its own media organizations, but through its own actions both at home and abroad, have also helped hobble the West’s perception management.
The biggest impetus for war is public ignorance. Organizations like the BBC work ceaselessly to maintain and compound that ignorance. Nonetheless, as ignorance fades in the information age, so do the prospects of habitual warmongers.
Q: What do you think about the assassination of Iran’s nuclear scientists? The families of the victims have just filed a lawsuit against Israel’s Mossad, UK’s MI6 and America’s CIA for their possible role in the killings. What’s your viewpoint? 
A: The U.S. and Israel have tacitly admitted they were behind the assassinations. They openly admit they are training, funding, arming, and regularly deploying the Mujahedeen e-Khalq (MKO). U.S. politicians openly lobby for MKO in full-page columns bought in large U.S. papers. It would interest many Americans to know that many of these lobbyists include stalwart supporters of the so-called “War on Terror,” including Rudy Giuliani, Ed Rendell, Tom Ridge, and even former-USMC Commandant James Jones. Americans should note that their own U.S. State Department lists MKO as a foreign terrorist organization.
It would also interest Americans to know exactly why MKO is listed as a terrorist organization. It had carried out a series of terrorist attacks not only in Iran against Iranians, but there was also the attempted kidnapping of U.S. Ambassador Douglas MacArthur II, the attempted assassination of USAF Brigadier General Harold Price, the successful assassination of Lieutenant Colonel Louis Lee Hawkins, the double assassinations of Colonel Paul Shaffer and Lieutenant Colonel Jack Turner, and the successful ambush and killing of American Rockwell International employees William Cottrell, Donald Smith, and Robert Krongard.
The Brookings Institution in their 2009 report, “Which Path to Persia?” admits, “undeniably, the group has conducted terrorist attacks” including attacks on civilian targets. To this day, MKO is considered even by its own supporters in Washington, a “cult-like organization” with “totalitarian tendencies.”
And like the West’s double standards regarding human rights, its policy on state sponsorship of terrorism is determined by convenience and opportunism. In other words, the U.S. is using terrorists against its enemies while accusing its enemies, in many cases, of supporting the very militants it has armed and funded.
And indeed, had Iran assassinated U.S. citizens on U.S. soil, immediate war would break out. In fact, false-flag events running along this theme, most notably the alleged “assassination plot” against a Saudi diplomat allegedly masterminded by Iran which turned out to be yet another patsy led along by US federal agents, were tried but failed.
The MKO will continue its terrorist activities with or without a spot on the U.S. State Department’s Foreign Terrorist Organization list. It was reported in March 2012 that MKO was handed by the U.S. State Department, control a former U.S. military base in Iraq to operate out of, this being with MKO currently on the U.S. State Department’s own terror list.
It appears that laws in the U.S. and across Europe are vestiges of an age where rule-of-law, or at least a semblance of it, prevailed. Those days are over. Whether the West’s abandonment of its own rule-of-laws has created the current undermining of its global legitimacy, or its declining legitimacy allowed it to discard its own laws is debatable. What is certain is that the West’s current foreign policy and agenda is unhinged both from its own population’s approval and any sense of legitimacy.

On the road of destruction

On the road of destruction
Part one

   Syria-the cradle of civilization…Syria – the target of Zionism…Syria the magic place they are trying hard to destroy…
     In the past years we have witnessed big changes on each level of the international political or economical stage and there were enough puppets to apply the big plan and enough idiots who swallowed the change without a comment .The wave of “change” reached Syria too.I think it is a proven fact -the external influence- so I will not insist on this point.But I would like to ask questions and to analyse some facts.

Lavrov stressed,yesterday 27/09/2012, speaking in English. “We will not let him go…Not because we believe that he is indispensable. It does not matter to us who can rule Syria as long as Syria is democratic, free and comfortable to all minorities.””If Assad decides to step down, this will be his decision…We are not looking for someone who could replace him” the Russian diplomat said, adding that “personalities don’t matter.”What is the reason behind the Russian stance?What is the reason of other allies? What is the reason of most of Syrians for making such a choice?Why is the price to pay for independence so huge?Well,everyone is aware of the big lost in the Russian economy and military industry and the gate of Mediterranean,but why not accepting the change of the actors?Maybe because the option of dealing with the “opposition” was cut since the beginning ,when those based outside the borders of Syria defaced their servant attitude for the Zionists invaders?The same ones who intoxicated the “jihadists” minds with the idea that “the system” refused to fight for Golan while they were sharing bed with Israhell in hidden meetings,as their Gulf sponsors too?The “opposition” also claimed that they are not Al Qaeda ,as pictured by “the regime” but rebels fighting for freedom and later the Al Qaeda infiltrated Syria ( the Al Qaeda leader Ayman Zawahri called for “Jihad” against the Kuffer (infidels) in Syria since 2011)…WHY??? didn’t they start fighting those monsters instead sharing beds and food with them? Why did they keep fighting against the protectors of the homeland if they were not agreeing Al Qaeda?Maybe because they knew that America imposed as a payment of the huge arm influx?Is a seat in the political arena worth it? Or maybe international recognition? The Syrian fools ,with no education got stuck  in it:yes there were Syrians involved but who are they?We can observe two parts:the elite-some of the rich bastards with business in Gulf countries,Turkey or Europe who were affected by the crisis or who just wanted the aura of power …the second part are the bedouins or the villagers who would sell their mothers for money and who were given the illusion of being an important hero or a future “emir” of the targeted areas or one of the religious extremists who do not ask for payment but believing in his sick mind that slaughter is done in Allah’s name .Yes there are such believers:remember when the mujahedeen in Afganistan destroyed some of the ancient statues of Budha?America asked the “screen sheiks” and imams from Mecca to liberate fatwas against this destruction,with historical value ,and so they did.What about the slaughter of humans we witness these days?How many “screen sheiks” as Qaradawi or the monkey Araour,or worse,the sheiks of Mecca did speak against it? How many of them did you hear say:”it is haram to kill your neighbor,your partner in business?!It is “haram ” to behead humans?”.Were those monuments more important than life?
A few days ago we saw a few lunatics of the FSA saying they were wrong and they regret the choice they’ve made and they will be back with the Syrian Arab Army-I would send them straight on Israhell border and push them in front line of fire or just made them hunt their latest bed companions with slaughter habits and jihadist claims-but that is just me…one good point in it,thou:when you realize you were fooled you try to fix it…they saw the foreigners fighting against Syrians and they switched camp (again)…or is it that they realized they are on the edge and they have no chance in confronting the Syrian Arab Army?The national army that they targeted and bombed trying to make it weak?And what for?To give an advantage to the Zionist one? To accomplish the plan of the enemy who needed the Syrian army focused on internal protection while on Syrian borders the bloody bastards neighbors are preparing to invade?
Last night a TV station was airing a report from Quseir- a nest of rats feeding with Syrian blood and hiding in sewers:one of them was saying:we have no bread ,no fuel  because the Government does not allow it to enter the area…I wanted to kick the screen.Do you know why?He was downloading a truck filled with bread …an optical illusion?Or an idiot drugged on the screen:just one example of the dirt coming out from filthy minds!

to be continued these days

 

iSecular: to save the variety of Syrian community

**I ll speak about Radio Stations in another post.

Before the “Syrian Revolution” (the salafi spring) started I was like any another youngman with 0 interest in politics, never cared about politicians or regime changes anywhere in this world. I never watched a single news broadcast unless I have to as my father is the one watching.
So basicly I watched movie channels, MTV and Nat Geo on TV nothing else that.
On the web it wasnt deffirent, I was only there for fun and passing time..

But you know, things changed! And the news that used to worth nothing for me became something important as my life and family became connected to the situation in our area and the near ones.
Soon I stopped watching any movies or other channels unless news, stopped using internet to have fun but to collect information about what is going on as the…

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