13.8.11

Foreign destabilization and armed backing in Syria

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Syria is interesting.........and is referred to as "Al-Shams" by the locals which in its proper geographical constitution includes Lebanon, Israel/Palestine, Jordan and Syria, until historical fate and colonial geographical cartographers from Europe decided otherwise. Obviously it is rich in history, and I believe Iranian tribes not far from the Caucasus mountains migrated into Syria. But officially it is an Arab Socialist country.

Every people have a right to revolt against their government
peacefully if the government is unaccountable and the people are not obviously happy.

Though it must be stated the USA has developed extensive "crowd" control techniques should ordinary Americans show dissatisfaction with their own government..........extensive lists of subversives held by the FBI in the millions, and the establishment of concentration camps that can hold up to 10 million people, and the involvement of the military to control troublesome populations. Dry runs for mass arrests have been carried out in the past as and when the economy goes JEW Deep South.

So peaceful protests in Syria against their dictatorship is perfectly normal .

But these are not peaceful protests, but violent protests which should be more accurately termed violent insurrection.

Violent insurrection that is backed by Israel the enemy of Syria for 63 years, the JEWSA the little puppet of Israel and other Western powers.

Violent insurrection which is Islamist in nature, of the Wahabi/Salafi persuasion.

Sunni mullahs in power in Syria with fealty to Saudi anyone?

So what must our mild, cosmopolitan, slightly confused Syrian leader with his dry sense of humor to do?

He should do what the Mubaraks's wisely did, pack their suitcases and head to London.......the Assad's will be welcomed and safe there.

Of course the downside is that the Assad's will have to watch all the pantomime and drama that befell Iran after 1979 being repeated in Syria, and the total destruction of the country there after.


Israel of course naturally won't be able to live with a Sunni fundamentalists neighbor, so the USA sugar daddy will have to invade and occupy the country along with the other USA poodles. But at least he will be safe in London.














































































It is of course a hard choice choosing between the cosmopolitan Bashar al-Assad, who spent time in London and his gorgeous wife....................and the "al-CIA-duh" violent terrorist insurrection network in Syria backed by Israel and Saudi Wahabism, which is attempting to overthrow Bashar's Socialist government in favor of a Sunni Islamic Emirate.



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Evidence of U.S. Effort to Arm Syrian Opposition Emerges

By Kurt Nimmo of Infowars.com

On August 6, a Lebanese newspaper, The Daily Star, reported three men were charged by Lebanon’s Military Prosecutor General with smuggling weapons into Syria. “Wasim Tamim, Samir Tamim, and Ahmad Qabri were charged with allegedly smuggling weapons and drugs outside the country through one of its ports,” the newspaper reported.

The brief article, which appeared on page two of the newspaper’s print edition, did not go into any further detail.

Lebanon’s Al-Akhbar newspaper, however, did report details neglected by The Daily Star, which has business ties with the International Herald Tribune and The New York Times.

According to Sahand Avedis, writing for World Socialist Web Site, who cites Al-Akhbar,

Lebanese Army investigators said they uncovered a connection between the smugglers and the political entourage of former Lebanese Prime Minister Saad Hariri, who is backed by the United States and Saudi Arabia.

The cache of weapons consisted of 1,000 assault rifles that were reportedly destined for the city of Baniyas in Syria. “Baniyas is one of a number of cities hit by protests against the regime of Syrian President Bashar al-Assad in the months since the overthrow of Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak. The Syrian regime has mobilized the Syrian army against these protests, which have been concentrated in majority-Sunni regions of the country, claiming it was trying to repress violent opposition by armed guerrilla movements,” writes Avedis.

Intelligence tracked the group to the March 14 alliance, a Sunni-Druze-Christian coalition that takes its name from the date of the Cedar Revolution, when Lebanese took to the streets in Beirut in overwhelming numbers to demand the end of Syrian occupation. The group is supported by the U.S., Israel, and the Saudis.

“The recently foiled operation is still under investigation, and there has been highly significant information gleaned from those involved who are affiliated with a prominent tendency in the March 14 alliance. This is not the only operation that they have carried out,” reported the al-Safir newspaper on August 8.

Avedis writes that Hezbollah’s Al-Manar television network reports the smugglers “confessed to running over 30 arms-smuggling operations from Marina to Baniyas with the assistance of Mohammad Kabbara, a member of the Al-Mustaqbal parliamentary bloc tied to Saudi intelligence. Al-Manar stated that the center of operations was Kabbara’s farm in northern Lebanon, adding that this was also a transit point for Islamist (Salafi) fighters traveling to the Syrian city of Homs.”

Homs, Idlib, and the southern province of Daraa have witnessed some of the largest demonstrations in recent days against the Syrian government.

Syrian state television has reported that “armed thugs” have attacked law enforcement in the country. In Hama earlier this month, according to the Ahlul Bayt News Agency, armed groups used live ammo and Molotov cocktails against police departments. In June, the AP reported that 120 Syrian security forces were killed by armed men who also torched government buildings. The AP dismissed the report as Syrian government propaganda.


Armed gangs attack Syrian military.

The corporate media has downplayed the violence against the government while sensationalizing the death of protesters.

Former French General Jean Rannou has outlined a NATO attack on Syria to depose Bashar al-Assad’s regime, a move that reveals that covert efforts against the country are not working.

On Friday, Secretary of State Clinton urged nations to “get on the right side of history” and condemn the regime. She demanded the world to stop buying oil from Syria, in effect calling for an embargo on the Middle Eastern county.

Clinton’s remarks coincided with news that the European Union will extend sanctions against Syria.

On Wednesday the United Nations Security Council warned it would take action to stop the Syrian government from killing its citizens. The effort was spearheaded by Susan Rice, the U.S. envoy to the United Nations.