FIRST POST – JULY 17, 2013 – BARZA AND AL-QAABOON ON THE VERGE OF PURIFICATION; RAT DEVASTATION IN IDLIB; DER’AH ALMOST CLEAR; NEWS AND PROPAGANDA

IDLIB:

SyrPer can report with confidence that MI has intercepted dialogue between Saleem Idrees, the comical General Cuckoo of the Fake Syrian Army, and a British-accented officer apparently based in Incirlik.  According to Monzer, the conversation concerned Idrees’ rage over English Parliamentary rules which allow M.P.s to block deliveries of weapons on the grounds that the FSA and its decapitating allies in Al-Qaeda are terrorists.  Monzer would love to send me the tape but for Syrian security regulations.  Monzer says that Idrees closed the conversation in English with an Arabic expression directed at the Brit to the effect that “…If you are desperate to get something from a dog, call him sir.” إن كان لك عند الكلب حاجة قل له يا سيدي Indeed.

Ma’arrat Al-Nu’maan: At the Al-Talla Roundabout,  Jabhat Al-Nusra was eradicated by NDF and SAA forces:

Muhammad Al-Annoof
Yaasser Al-Dibs
Rasool Qiwaazi (?) (Pakistani roach dropping)
‘Ali Qishta
Hassan Subhi

Another 10 were clearly not Syrian.  Wael reports confirmed Chechens and Arabians by the local population.  
  

LE FIGARO ANNOUNCES DEATH OF FRENCH CITIZEN IN SYRIA ON JUNE 19, 2013.  Another rongeur bites the dust, this time in Sinjaar in Idlib Governorate.  Georges Malbruneau, French “specialist” in Near Eastern Affairs, declared the death of ‘Abdul-Rahmaan ‘Ayyaash (a/k/a “Abu Hujr”) to the press in Paris yesterday.  Evidently, ‘Ayyaash was a student of information sciences and was tasked with following the work of “Suqoor Dimashq” (yawn) or “Falcons of Damascus”.  He eventually got so aroused by his porno-violence that he joined up with a Salafist organization which introduced him to traumatic death at the hands of our army.  Good riddance to bad rubbish, we always.  Our condolences to his rat family.
Bon Debarras!! 

عشرات المقاتلين من تركمانستان في قبضة الجيش السوري

They’re probably all dead.  These mean looking hombres have an IQ of about 61 between all of them.  They belong to the “Rodents of Shaytaan Battalions”. (Yawn)

Al-Mastooma: At the Al-Qarmeed Factory, SAA engineers dismantle 6 IEDs (100-150kgs C-4 with remote triggers) after infantry kiboshes 11 muskrats crawling about in the sewers:

Munssef Jabaara
‘Ali Hussayn
‘Alaa’-Al-Deen Subbayra
Muhammad Ni’ma

The rest could not be identified.  

Mu’tarem:  Still clean and purified of rats.

Kafr Shalaayaa:  To the south of Idlib.  2 rats killed.  No details.

Majdalyaa:  Confirmed 1 rodent snuffed out and 3 taken prisoner.

Abu-Dhuhoor – The airbase is still ours but a few rats tried to crawl on to the north fence and were killed.  Wael reports 3 dead and rotting outside the base.  No details.

Mar’uyyaan:  No details about fighting there.

Ableen:  That’s not Abilene, fellas.  Fighting with militia and rats.  2 confirmed rodents dispatched. No details.

Ma’ardibsi:  These crawling insects were snuffed out by militia:

Bahjaat Al-Rudaysi
Muhammad Haani
‘Ali Abshirli

Kafr Roomaa:  Fighting but no details.

Al-Baarra:  RPG direct strike on moving van with rats and weapons brings these vermin to the doors of Lucifer’s favorite spa:

Mahmoud Musallaa
‘Adnaan Khaazen
‘Abu-Fadhdhool’ (Id pending)

1 was captured and warbling.

Kafr Nibbul:  Fighting between militia and rats.  No details.

Ma’arrat Al-Nu’maan:  What is left of this birthplace of the literary giant, Abu Al-‘Alaa, is anyone’s guess.

Dissaamis:  Fighting with SAA expected to kill off last nest of rodents.

Balshoon:  Ditto.

LATAKIA-IDLIB HIGHWAY:  SAA has broken the back of the rat packs’ efforts to block 2-way traffic with 29 rodents killed in a major confrontation.  I will have details tomorrow from Wael.  This is a major setback for Idrees and his team of Ebola-carrying monkeys.

LATAKIA:  

Al-Rubay’ah:  More carcasses dot the countryside between Syria and Turkish-occupied Hatay.  Nobody will go out to check the bodies.  More fertilizer.

Saamiyyat Al-Karak:  Ambush by SAA leaves these stool specimens on the concrete roadway of this sleepy town:

Fu’aad ‘Abdul-Khaaleq Juhaymaan (SAUDI RAT DROPPING)
Hammaad Bikheeti
Muhammad Al-Maan’i
Rasheed Mustafaa
Hizaam Al-Jahmi (YEMENI CAT PUS)

Another 4 had no papers and are presumed non-Syrian.

Khaan Al-Jawz:  

“Abi ‘Abdul-Rahmaan” (LIBYAN BARBARY APE MANURE)
‘Abdullah Al-Sayyed (a/k/a “Abi Rudayna Al-Saraaqibi)

Al-Qasaatel Al-Shamsiyya:  SAA killed 4 rodents:

Wajeeh Sultaan
Muhammad Khayboor

The other 2 could not be identified.

Al-Zawbak:  A mortar was destroyed (sadly) and these killed:

‘Abdul-Rahmaan Al-Haashem
Ahmad Al-Naasser

DER’AH:

Al-‘Abbaasiyya Bakery:  A machine gun was confiscated and the following sent to Mephisto’s Concert on the Styx:

Ahmad ‘Abdul-Qaader Turki (SAUDI MONKEY SPUNK)
Jayyaash Muhammad ‘Abdullah (LIBYAN BARBARY APE CHANCRE)
Muhammad Al-Masaalima
‘Abdullah Al-Suwaydaan
Ahmad Hussayn Qaaboor
Muhammad Bakriyya

DAMASCUS:

Barza:  6 tunnels uncovered with lots of weapons for our militias.  6 rats killed:

Daawood Al-‘Abdullah
Faadi Sillu (Oh! A relative of General Gas himself!)
Muhammad Shirwaal
Taaher Al-Deek
Muhammad Al-Hamawi
Muhammad Jawaad

Doumaa:  10 kilometers northeast of the capital.  Firefight with remnant rats:

Khalaf ‘Abdullah Al-Saalem
Yaasser Yaasseen Badraan (SANA)

This town saw a large demonstration yesterday demanding cleansing of the area by the SAA.

Harmala Tunnel:  In the area of the Electric Company and Daayaa Corp., SAA and militia killed 16 cockroaches and arrested 3.  Only 6 of the dead were identified:

‘Ali Mansoor
‘Abdul-Fattaah Al-Hindi
Ghaazi Al-Feejaawi
“Abu Zubayda” (id pending)
Kifaah Al-‘Eedaani
‘Awadh Khaldoon

Dayr Salmaan:  An RPG operator was killed by an SAA sniper before he could fire at a tank.  His name has not been revealed.

Marj Al-Sultaan:  A large weapons cache was found thanks to locals.  We must stop here and thank PRINCE FATSO HUSBAND OF MADAME BANANA FOR THIS KIND GIFT TO OUR MILITIAS.

Al-Khaamisiyya Village Farms: A rat leader and pack of rats all killed when surrounded.  I have no names at present.

HOMS: 
     
Khaalidiyya:  Still fighting to rid this city of every miserable plague-carrying rodent, the SAA put these down yesterday:

Raakaan ‘Abdul-Jaleel Al-Tashsh
Muhammad Fawzi Hoori Al-Baashaa
Muhammad ‘Abdul-Ghani Al-Turkmaani
Kinaan Fayssal Nu’aasi

AL-HASAKA:

The illustrious “Al-Qa’Qaa’ Brigades” went up in smoke last night in Tal-Al-Ahmar.  According to Wael’s sources, 8 rats were killed and 3 wounded.  No names.  However, Wael is delighted to tell me that this group was mostly involved in selling weapons to rats.  The take was substantial.  Good show.  And thanks to whomsoever made this gift to the NDF.

Al-Hasaka Dam to the south was the scene of more confiscation of weapons.  Zowie!

 DAYR EL-ZOR:

Old Airport:  Police killed this fleeing mouse:

Raafi’ Al-Hamaada

Al-Siyaasiyya Bridge:  SAA killed these of the “Al-Khadhraa’ Brigades” (yawn):

Muhammad Fawwaaz Al-Dandal (Now he’s dangling in Hell)
“Abu ‘Unka” (Id pending)

Al-Muree’iyya:  Weapons seized. No details.

Al-Bukamaal:  A warehouse hid rats and weapons.  SAA raided the warehouse last night and killed 10 rodents.  Confirmed.

Al-Huwayqa, Al-Sinaa’ah, Al-Jubayla and Nazlat Al-Rudaysaat saw much clean-up.  No details.

HAMA:

Al-Hawaash:  A known thief, murderer and rapist belonging to the Jabhat Al-Nusra’s laureled “Ahraar Al-Shaam Brigade” finally bought his first class ticket on the Silver Bullet to Beelzebub’s Infernal Bistro:

Muhyi-Al-Deen Shaaker ‘Ayyaan  (Wael says he had 29 bullets in his carcass)
Yusuf Ramadhaan Al-Fahl
‘Abdul-Wahhaab Fathi Al-Bakkoor
Muhammad Ahmad Karraada

Another 6 could not be identified and are presumed to be foreign.

ALEPPO:

Al-Raashideen:  On the margins in the 4th District on the west side, SAA successfully destroyed a nest of rodents.  Wael has info that 9 were killed and 4 taken prisoner.  Not certain, yet.

Al-Ashrafiyya:  Fighting.  No details.

Al-‘Alqamiyya:  A mortar is seized at the gas station used by rats to strike at Mannagh Airbase.

A’zaaz:  At Mannagh Road near the gas station, a nest of rats is destroyed.   

Al-Naqqaareen:  8 vans stopped and weapons seized on the Old Baab Road in Aleppo.  Fabulous collection of ammo and light arms to be used by our militias.

Al-Mansoora to the West in western Aleppo.  A heavy machine gun is seized. No details.

Aleppo-Idlib Road: 22 confirmed rat deaths at Zaydaan Gas Station at Khaan Al-‘Asal Farms.  Wael says it’s very hard to get stats from this area.  Just is.

SECURITY SERVICES REPORT THAT SAA HAS SUCCESSFULLY MIDWIFED A SUPPLY OF 5,000 MEALS FROM THE SYRIAN RED CRESCENT TO INMATES AT THE CENTRAL PRISON.

Al-‘Ays:  A team of SF commandos annihilated a convoy of trucks carrying missiles to rodents in Aleppo.  All told, 16 trucks and vans were vaporized.  Wael says the number dead will exceed 40 and the value of the materiel was in the hundreds of thousands of dollars.

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NEWS AND PROPAGANDA:

Nopes sends this NYT article with some good ideas:

http://www.nytimes.com/2013/07/13/world/middleeast/syrian-rebel-infighting-undermines-anti-assad-effort.html?_r=0

More rollicking, laugh-inducing articles from the Western Press:

http://www.worldtribune.com/2013/07/16/administrations-syria-problem-u-s-cant-find-non-al-qaida-rebels/ 

Wow! The New York Times is getting it right, finally.  It took so long. And one of our readers actually questioned SyrPer’s credibilty!

http://www.nytimes.com/2013/07/17/world/middleeast/syria.html?partner=rss&emc=rss&_r=0

Don’t laugh yourselves silly over this one.  I have it on good sources that a SCUD missile is going to descend on them on the Eid Al-Fitr.

http://www.almanar.com.lb/english/adetails.php?eid=102078&cid=23&fromval=1 

Go Kurds!  Rah rah, zis boom bah.  It is unknown how many rats have been killed at Ra’s Al-‘Ain:

http://www.worldbulletin.net/?aType=haber&ArticleID=113288

I guess the Zionists want to start another mess in Lebanon and the Lebs are falling for it:

http://english.al-akhbar.com/content/pro-assad-syrian-politician-assasinated-lebanon

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WILE E. COYOTE MOMENT:

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According to aljazeera (http://www.aljazeera.com/video/middleeast/2013/07/2013717143014174716.html) rebels had captured large parts of Nawa city and gaining ground in Aleppo, are they right?

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“Al-Jazeera made a name for itself doing investigative reporting but has lost a large amount of its audience in the Syrian conflict by being seen an extension of the Qatari foreign ministry,” nuff said.

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Wake up and remember that Al-Jazeera has lost 85% of its audience because of flagrant lying. That’s why they just lost another 22 of their employees. They are not right. I agree with Anon on this one. Ziad

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I myself would not trust Al-Gorezeera to tell me the date in a calendar factory. Thanks for the Update, and as usual well wishes from Canada. It is splendid to watch the rebel mongoloid death squads fracture like a large sheet of ice as the fat lady skates across it singing her song for the low IQ, drug addled, depraved, bearded butchers whom thanks to the support of the traitorous wester power base have flocked to syria like a wahabbi woodstock. Also it is hilarious to see the oil and gas revenue from the zombie / pork chop alliance as… Read more »
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Thank you, my friend. Always love to hear from you. Ziad

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A comment on the worldtribune site saying the US cannot find a rebel grou not aligned with Al CIADA.

Per the ( ficticious ) war on terror, it should behoove the US government to do everything in its power to FIGHT al QUAEDA, ergo they should be supporting ASSAD. These Demons. God Damn them.

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I posted that article already. Ziad

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I have the feeling that all those debates about whether the US should or should not arm the rebels are artificial. On a hand the “rebels” always blame their defeats on the lack of weapons or the “treason” of the West, on the other hand Kerry boast about all the weapons that were already sent to them:
http://sana.sy/eng/22/2013/07/17/492927.htm

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the pricks have been matter or factly arming them for a year or more. The fact that they have to keep it UNDER WRAPS rather than getting blessed by the congress and american public is something.

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There is nothing subtle or clever here. The Saudis and Qataris by weapons and the CIA distributes them. It’s all so cool. Isn’t it? But nobody is falling for it. Especially the British public. Ziad

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Geez, your comment section is really blowing up. A lot of wannabe Jihadists showing up recently. The “rebel” aka terrorist supporters are morons.

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I wouldn’t say it was “blowing up”. You can spot the Jihadists by their execrable grammar. Ziad

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The same to you, my friend and thank you for the kind words. Ziad

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I will do my best with encouragement from readers like yourself. Thanks, Ziad

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I drop a comment when I appreciate a article on a site or ifI have something to add to the conversation. Usually it is caused by the fire displayedin the post I read. And after this article “RAT DEVASTATION IN IDLIB…”. I was actually moved enough to leave a thought 🙂 I actually do have some questions for you if you tend not to mind. Could it be only me or does it seem like some of the commentscome across like left by brain dead folks? 😛 And,if you are writing at additional sites, I would like tofollow you. Would… Read more »
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I don’t know what a twitter feed is. Ziad

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I think that this guy is some kind of psychologists whose specialty is to boost the moral of the FSA troops,he is
probably in charge of a non-commissioned-officer development program:

Things may not be so bad after all.

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That’s awesome.. Islam Channel is sharing out videos ziad 😛

SouriHomsi`

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An interesting video. Thanks for the link. It says at time 1:28 that it was “translated by SyrianPerspective”. I suppose that was Ziad. Since the kid in the video refers to Qaboon, it’s not totally off topic to mention that within the last three days the Syrian army has admitted into the Qaboon neighborhood the camera crews from the following news organizations: Syrian State TV, SAMA TV (aka Addounia TV), Al-Mayadeen TV, Al-Alam TV, and ANNA News, and maybe others. The outputs of most of them were broadcast on their respective TV news reports on the evening of 15 July… Read more »
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It was not Ziad and I resent them using my post title. You cannot tell from where this crybaby is caterwauling. I think he’s in Damascus. Whatever the case, Ziad has nothing to do with this tape. Ziad

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I’m puzzled by an aspect of this conflict; the apparent endless network of tunnels, just for Qusayr I remember a claim where a massive underground tunnel between the town of Dab’aa and Al-Qaseir, stretching an estimated 14 km was uncovered, and it wasn’t the sole one.I know that the Hamas taught them some tricks that they got from the Hizbullah, but it’s hard to believe that within a few months they were able to dig hundreds of tunnels of several hundreds of meters each across Syria with just some shovels.In addition, these guys were expecting for a quick victory, at… Read more »
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I consider it impossible that digging started before 2011; nobody was planning a rebellion before 2011. I don’t see why you explicitly exclude the possibility that they had tunnel boring machines (TBMs) of some kinds available to them. Jackhammers are readily available and not expensive in Syria. A jackhammer is a simple TBM. With rebels waiting around for the fight to come to them, they decided to do something useful while they’re waiting, such as building fortifications. That’s what I suppose. The claim that rebels dug a tunnel that was 14 kilometers long is very difficult for me to believe,… Read more »
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Preparations for the Syrian conflict started in 2008 at least. This according to a french ambassador. This is all fact. And documented. But thank you for your assumptions.

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General Clark is one source for the obvious: The war against Syria was planned a long time ago. It’s just that part of the preparation was getting Syria to open up to the West with neoliberal policies. The corruption and pain to the countryside from this was part of the war strategy. Ironically, both sides in the war may want to downplay this fact.

As far as tunnels go, well, one would imagine that the high-priced advisors that all the Western intelligence agencies have would include logistical guys and specialists in tunnels.

Paul

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parviziyiJuly 17, 2013 at 6:04 PM

“I consider it impossible that digging started before 2011”

Why? Because your handlers at web sayanim central didn’t tell you to start promoting their war on Syria until then? 😀

“nobody was planning a rebellion before 2011.”

The hell your country wasn’t, Israeli. The war on Syria was planned before 2003, probably much sooner.

вот так

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Hint. According to french ex Foreign Affairs Minister Dumas, brit Intel told the french they were starting on the planned removal of Dr A FOUR years ago. Maybe the frogs also joined the brits at that time.

http://www.globalresearch.ca/former-french-foreign-minist.er-the-war-against-syria-was-planned-two-years-before-the-arab-spring/5339112

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Regardless of the planning in foreign capitals, digging a large network of tunnels under the nose of Assad when the country was peaceful was certainly not an easy task either. But jackhammers are much less efficient than TBM. For me it’s a half mystery. I have no difficulty with tunnels of 200m or 300m, if you consider 5m/day it’s feasible, But when you consider longer tunnels of more than 3km like around Qussayr, this is puzzling.

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JFB,

5m/day is for low-level workers. ZATO has classified stuff that is out of this world. The only question is if they could easily get it to Qussayr, and were willing to take the risk that the operation would fail. As the Russians probably also have great tunnel-boring technology, it’s not as great of a risk if you get caught.

Paul

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Tony Cartalucci has the full story on the planning of the Syria destabilisation. It was part of a report written by neocons in the Brookings Institution in 2007, notably by one Martin Indyk, antipodean, Zionist monkey. He will keep.This stuff accessible via LandDestroyer. Also Seymour Hersh reported on it as ‘The Redirection’ a breakdown of the Washington perfidy.Doctor Assad’s early responses to the western attacks may well have played into the plotters’ hands, including his apparent disarming of police, and/or instructions to soldiers not to fire near ‘demonstrators’. Live and learn.God save the brave Syrian people. Never take your eyes… Read more »
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Many of the very long tunnels between towns connect to existing water pipes that are not in use.

And yes, the war on Syria was planned even before 2003, the Zionist cockroaches had persuaded the Bush regime to take out 7 countries in 5 years, the plan is somewhat delayed, but most of the countries on that list are now destroyed and every country has been subjected to acts of war, including Iran.

The Plan: General Wesley Clark

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Thanks to all. Maria is referring to water pipes that are not in use, for the very long tunnels (several km) it’s probably the explanation, re-using pre-existing networks.

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@ jfb @ 7:24 PM. Around 1 Mar 2012 the rebels evacuated from Homs Bab Amr and many of them moved to Qusayr. In early April 2012, as part of Kofi Annan’s would-be “ceasefire” and “peace plan”, the Syrian government agreed to keep its army out of population centers. At the beginning of April 2012 the rebels were in full control of large parts of the Qusayr area. During the summer of 2012, Qusayr had one of the densest concentrations of rebels anywhere in Syria, and they were not being attacked by the Syrian army at all. The army was… Read more »
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The technology for digging tunnels is very well known to Palestinians who learnt the craft from the Vietnamese back in the 60’s. Tunnels are even easier to dig when you have machinery. Don’t be amazed by the speed or dimensions of tunnels. When you have 14 hours a day to dig, you do it quite rigorously, especially when your rat neck is on the line. New technology available to the SAA has made it easier to find these rat tunnels and destroy them. Ziad

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But didn’t anyone notice all the dirt?

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Ziad said he’s looking for “wiley coyote” moments where rebels are getting hammered on camera. Here’s two I came across this evening:





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You are wonderful. Thanks. Ziad

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Bringing events and organizations up to date on this proxy war on Syria. Please read the subsequent postings since I will break them up into sections and separate posts to the Syrian Perspective blog. Part One: I think USAID in addition to putting in place a “global communications grid”, has been behind getting their operatives embedded into radical Islamic mosques through grants coming out of USAID approved by and coordinated with the U.S. State Department. After observing events in Syria closely for the past two years I keep wondering to myself how is it possible that all these fanatical Jihadis… Read more »
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Money makes the world go around. These mercenary rats, with few exceptions, would head for the hills if their salaries were terminated. There are very few truly committed Jihadists among this population of freaks. Ziad

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Part Two: In this YouTube news clip, the reporter outlines how the U.S. State Department has earmarked “hundreds of millions of dollars to save Islamic mosques.” “Save Islamic mosques?” Save them from what? Extinction? Hillary Clinton while at the U.S. State Department called this “soft power” hiding their real intent under such terminology. The UK human rights organizations and international aid organizations are up to their eyeballs in the same process as USAID is involved with through Crown Agents and the UK Foreign Office. We have the sector here of the U.S. government building religious mosques? Are not Church and… Read more »
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I agree there is a foul odor behind all this. But I don’t care about morons paying money to build mosques while millions starve to death around the world. It is part of the absurdity of existence that people throw money at buildings. Ziad

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Part Three: In an article by Wayne Madsen, he outlines how USAID and through connected organizations like George Soros’ Open Society directly aid groups involved in terrorism, nationalism, separatism and irredentism. This is a really good article showing how USAID acts like a conduit and coordinating agency for NGOs and other organizations actively involved in disrupting national self-determination in the Caucasus especially in Chechnya. This is why Vladimir Putin had the oligarch Boris Berezovsky arrested; because Berezovsky was involved in working with these NGOs in Chechnya through Chechen separatist leader Akhmed Zakayev. CIA Financing of Chechen and Other Caucasus Regional… Read more »
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I’m posting the article now. Thanks, very interesting source, too. Ziad

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Part Four: This is what we’re seeing in Syria: The Lord of the Flies. This is a global, high tech revolution. Lord of the Flies. The “old” are being tossed out. The modus operandi is to target the people at the very bottom of society who have not much to lose – and the very top of society who have everything to gain. The underclass in Syria are getting vanquished and obliterate wholesale. The rallying call is “freedom, freedom, freedom” and “democracy, democracy, democracy.” The Jihadis got lured in good didn’t they? Stupid peon illiterate bastards. They need the internet… Read more »
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Hmmm. Very interesting. But do you really believe these savages are completely unemployable? Ziad

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Excellent presentation of the long range planning efforts which put current events into historical context. And yes, I do believe that it is clear and supported by ample evidence that the strategic horizon for global planners extends back that far, if not further, as there is a continuity with the goals and methods employed in the destruction of the Soviet Union. Political Islam and Open Society/Civil Society “Democracy” movements are the stick and carrot in destabilizing the nation-state — seen by world planners as an atavism. Behind the carrot and the cudgel lays neo-liberal globalism: unaccountable, centralized top-down “benign and… Read more »
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How can stupid spambots like this pass through the captcha filter when even I have problem to to that?

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Ziad, they couldn’t get rid of Assad for two years, so now they’re calling him a “warlord”.

http://www.nytimes.com/2013/07/18/world/middleeast/momentum-shifts-in-syria-bolstering-assads-position.html?ref=world&_r=0

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Apart from this “warlord” thing, it’s probably the less biased article that I have read in a Western newspaper over 2 years. I don’t know what’s going on, perhaps some media outlets are concerned when they see so many people relying on the Internet and the growing gap between the media and the people… Just compare any article that is published by any newspaper and the comments section…Usually when you have such a miserable strategy that fails, it’s time to search a scapegoat; Obama, Clinton, McCain, Qatar (but never Israel of course), they all deserve it, but finding a scapegoat… Read more »
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Typical Anne Barnard. I cannot believe Syria allows that termagant into the country. Dr. Al-Zu’bi has got to grow up. Ziad

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Wil E. Coyote par excellence: Technical saws a rats head off (ff)

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I have already posted this, but, I will again because it is hilarious. Incompetence so encouraging. Ziad

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Any Arabic speaker…

Is this what I think it is, an announcement of the formation of the ‘Free Egyptian Army’?

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I can’t undestand this. Ziad

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No, the title of the video states that the “Supreme Guide” of the MB has announced a FEA, but nothing in the clip says that. The journalist is commenting on an article published in an Algerian newspapers where the Supreme Guide threatens the new Egyptian authorities with unrest everywhere, especially in Sinai, until Morsi is back into his functions.

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