FIRST POST – OCTOBER 30, 2012 – NEWS OF WESTERN HYPOCRISY, TREACHERY AND GREAT VICTORIES FOR THE SYRIAN ARMY

FIRST POST – OCTOBER 30, 2012 – NEWS OF WESTERN HYPOCRISY, TREACHERY AND VICTORIES FOR THE SYRIAN ARMY;

What did the Syrian’s expect?  Consistency?  This is a war of hypocrites.  May God damn Obama, Hollande, Cameron and every atom of slime they leave in their tracks:

http://counterpsyops.com/2012/10/30/security-council-fails-to-condemn-terrorism-in-syria-foreign-ministry/

Let’s hope this is true.  We would love to see my mother’s birthplace of Jaffa reduced to rubble by Hizbollah’s unmanned drones.  Wouldn’t that be the cat’s meow?

 http://www.infowars.com/israel-bases-were-filmed-by-drone/

And Yawn!  For those of you who still believe in a bi-national state, this aggressive article by Mr. Lendman is instructive for it sheds light on the quality of the Palestinian leadership:

 http://www.globalresearch.ca/obama-rejects-palestinian-statehood/5310094?utm_source=rss&utm_medium=rss&utm_campaign=obama-rejects-palestinian-statehood

Trust SyrPer, Abu Ibrahim is dead:

http://www.yalibnan.com/2012/10/30/conflicting-reports-about-death-of-abductor-of-lebanese-pilgrims/

Hurray for the PKK.  They are keeping up their end of the bargain.  The Fake Syrian Army threatens with hot air:

http://www.worldtribune.com/2012/10/29/kurdish-militia-stop-syrian-rebel-advance-in-aleppo/

Paul sends his thoughts to us with this note:

Ziad,

You have undoubtedly seen the US go down the drain over the last few decades. The owners of FUKUS are trying to build a global dictatorship, a dictatorship based on private central banks, control of gas and oil, and an incredible infrastructure of destabilization and attack. The debates center around how to go about this, not whether to do it. One can assume that their biggest challenge is how to keep others from uniting against this agenda. After all, it is basically not logical or profitable for Jordan or Turkey to support the blowing up of Syria. Similarly, there is a large degree of harmful behavior by governments from Turkey to Vietnam, and a large part of this is generated by the Western powers. The recent troubles between China and Japan are obviously based on US desires. In fact, there are reports from those near diplomatic sources that Armitage, Nye, and other interlocutors had a meeting with their Chinese equivalents offering to “help” solve things with the Japanese, and the Chinese said “You can solve things by getting your boss to stop creating all these problems.” One wonders if Egypt’s Morsi won’t also try to “help” solve things.

By the way, some argue that China is more pro-Syria than Russia. It may be possible to get vital supplies from them – if not offensive, at least defensive stuff or spare parts. The unfortunate reality is that China needs the resources of the Middle East and Africa to be available at an affordable price, while Russia may not see $200 oil as a problem.

Paul 

Mike, in Strasbourg, France, sends us this article translated into Arabic from the French.  It’s loaded with interesting facts about a potential U.S.-Russian resolution to the Syrian conflict and merges nicely into the article below, also sent by Mike:

http://www.voltairenet.org/article176403.html

And, in French, a must-read, in conjunction with the Voltairenet article above.  Mike is sending some quality stuff here.  Note that Al-Diyar is a daily published in Lebanon whose editor is a man I respect enormously, Charles Ayoub.  He was a pilot in the Lebanese Air Force (stop laughing) and is a strong supporter of Syria’s government.  Read this for insight into how Wissam Al-Hassan was sacrificed by the French government because he knew too much:

La France aurait assassiné le général Wissam el-Hassan
 
Ad Diyar (Quotidien libanais proche de la majorité-25 octobre 2012)
 
Une source officielle syrienne haut placée affirme que c’est la France qui aurait assassiné le général Wissam el-Hassan en raison de certaines informations confidentielles qui étaient en sa possession.
 
Quant à la Syrie, qui a déjà suffisamment de problèmes, elle ne fera rien qui puisse lui en causer d’autres.
 
Wissam el-Hassan, poursuivent ces sources, aurait commencé, grâce à Michel Samaha, à faire la lumière sur les relations secrètes entre la Syrie et la France : l’ancien ministre l’aurait en effet mis au courant d’informations dangereuses portant sur la relation entre ces deux pays ainsi que sur son propre rôle secret d’intermédiaire.
 
Samaha aurait donc dévoilé les dessous de la relation syro-française, au niveau des services de renseignements en particulier, ce qui a poussé la France à vouloir liquider Wissam al-Hassan.
 
Il n’est d’ailleurs pas exclu que Michel Samaha soit éliminé à son tour pour enterrer les grands secrets relatifs aux renseignements français et syriens.
 
La France ne souhaiterait en tout cas pas que les États-uniens découvrent ses relations secrètes et son rôle en Syrie et dans la région, d’autant plus que Wissam el-Hassan avait commencé à tisser des liens avec les États-Unis.
 
 
 
Les mauvais perdants de la crise syrienne
par Thierry Meyssan – Réseau Voltaire – Beyrouth, Liban – 28 octobre 2012
 
En 2010, la France a fait le choix de relancer sa politique coloniale. Cela l’a conduit à changer le régime en Côte d’Ivoire et en Libye, puis à essayer de la faire en Syrie. Mais face à l’échec de cette troisième opération, Paris se trouve emporté par les événements qu’il a provoqués. Après avoir armé et encadré des groupes terroristes en Syrie, la DGSE a frappé au cœur de la capitale libanaise…
 

AND VOTE FOR ROCKY ANDERSON.  DON’T WASTE YOUR VOTES ON THAT SCOUNDREL OBAMA OR ON SOMEONE WHO’S WAITING FOR THE PLANET KOLOB.  







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Good articles. By the way, have generals been assassinated? This is not really a sign of sufficient competence. It’s one thing if the enemy gets lucky, but it is another if the enemy can get close enough to execute such plans. Speaking of competence or planning, why weren’t valuable historical artefacts protected better? Stated differently, at the beginning of this war, I thought more of the ruthless efficiency of a Hafez would be on display, whereas it looks much more like war by committee is going on, and that committee has too many soft characters in it. This has nothing… Read more »
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