SYRIAN OBSERVATORY EXPOSED AGAIN AS SHAM AND FRAUD

This article was sent by Canthama and basically repeats what SyrPer wrote 2 years ago about the lie-machine invented by the corrupt Cameron Regime in London. Enjoy this article from ZEROHEDGE

Here We Go Again: YouTube Clips Of Syrian “Chemical Attacks” Are Back – Meet The Man Behind The Propaganda

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Submitted by Tyler Durden on 03/17/2015 09:19 -0400

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US foreign policy is becoming so easy and predictable, even Derek Zoolander can do it.

Two weeks ago, when discussing the relentless attempts to provoke, or at least greenlight another quasi war with Syria’s president Assad, we wrote “one can be confident that the ISIS “campaign” will continue and get ever
closer to Damascus until yet another appropriately-framed YouTube clip appears and leads to another war with Assad.

Fast forward to today, when precisely this script which by now everyone could predict, is being rerun.

According to Reuters, “a group monitoring the Syrian civil war said on Tuesday government forces carried out a poison gas attack that killed six people in the northwest, and medics posted videos of children suffering what they said was suffocation.” Of course it could be just a bunch of actors like in the summer of 2013, but that’s irrelevant – there is a YouTube clip out there and it is only a matter of time before John Kerry latches on to it as this year’s pretext to declare war on Syria.

Syria would laugh if it could, however it can’t: “a Syrian military source described the report of an attack in the village of Sarmin in Idlib province as propaganda. “We confirm that we would not use this type of weapon, and we don’t need to use it,” the source said.”

Too late: the “facts” are out there: “The Britain-based Syrian Observatory for Human Rights, which tracks the conflict through a network of sources, said the six dead included a man, his wife and their three children. It cited medical sources as saying they died as a result of gas from barrel bombs dropped late on Monday and that the chemical used was likely chlorine. Dozens more were wounded in the attack, the Observatory said. Reuters could not independently verify the report.”

The propaganda is coming hot and heavy:

The Idlib branch of the Syrian Civil Defense rescue organization, which operates in insurgent-held areas, posted seven videos on YouTube, some at nighttime and some in a medical center.

One video showed three children and a woman, all apparently unconscious, in a medical center. A voice off camera said the name of the village, Sarmin, and Monday’s date.

“One of the infants, only a few months old,” a male voice says, shaking, as he films a baby on a gurney with liquid around its mouth. Two more infants with limp bodies are brought in, one by a man wearing a gas mask and another carrying a young girl.

“She’s still alive doctor,” a man checking the girl says. “Doctor, doctor, she is still breathing.”

The Syrian Civil Defense includes more than 2,000 humanitarian volunteers, known as the “White Helmets” for the hard hats they wear, who work as first responders in a country where the medical infrastructure has broken down.

Another video posted by the group and shot at night showed a very young girl, naked except for underwear and pink shoes, being doused in liquid by people wearing white helmets, her horrified expression illuminated by their headlamps shining on her face.

This is a good time for a look at just who this Syrian Observatory for Human Rights is, aside from an organization with some pretty impressive video editing skills. Here is a report from April 2013 written before the release of the infamous summer of 2013 YouTube clip which almost provoked world war over Syria, and should provide sufficient doubt about the veracity of any YouTube-based clips.

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Pro-Democracy Terrorism”: The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights is a Propaganda Front funded by the EU

The NYT admits fraudulent Syrian human rights group is UK-based “one-man band” funded by EU and one other “European country.”

In reality, the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights has long ago been exposed as an absurd propaganda front operated by Rami Abdul Rahman out of his house in England’s countryside. According to a December 2011 Reuters article titled, “Coventry – an unlikely home to prominent Syria activist,” Abdul Rahman admits he is a member of the so-called “Syrian opposition” and seeks the ouster of Syrian President Bashar Al Assad:

After three short spells in prison in Syria for pro-democracy activism, Abdulrahman came to Britain in 2000 fearing a longer, fourth jail term.

“I came to Britain the day Hafez al-Assad died, and I’ll return when Bashar al-Assad goes,” Abdulrahman said, referring to Bashar’s father and predecessor Hafez, also an autocrat.

One could not fathom a more unreliable, compromised, biased source of information, yet for the past two years, his “Observatory” has served as the sole source of information for the endless torrent of propaganda emanating from the Western media. Perhaps worst of all, is that the United Nations uses this compromised, absurdly overt source of propaganda as the basis for its various reports – at least, that is what the New York Times now claims in their recent article, “A Very Busy Man Behind the Syrian Civil War’s Casualty Count.”

The NYT piece admits:

Military analysts in Washington follow its body counts of Syrian and rebel soldiers to gauge the course of the war. The United Nations and human rights organizations scour its descriptions of civilian killings for evidence in possible war crimes trials. Major news organizations, including this one, cite its casualty figures.

Yet, despite its central role in the savage civil war, the grandly named Syrian Observatory for Human Rights is virtually a one-man band. Its founder, Rami Abdul Rahman, 42, who fled Syria 13 years ago, operates out of a semidetached red-brick house on an ordinary residential street in this drab industrial city [Coventry, England].

The New York Times also for the first time reveals that Abdul Rahman’s operation is indeed funded by the European Union and a “European country” he refuses to identify:

Money from two dress shops covers his minimal needs for reporting on the conflict, along with small subsidies from the European Union and one European country that he declines to identify.

Photo: “Rami Abdelrahman, head of the Syrian
Observatory for Human Rights (Reuters)

Abdelrahman is not the “head” of the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights, he is the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights, run out of his UK-based house as a one-man operation.

And while Abdul Rahman refuses to identify that “European country,” it is beyond doubt that it is the United Kingdom itself – as Abdul Rahman has direct access to the Foreign Secretary William Hague, who he has been documented meeting in person on multiple occasions at the Foreign and Commonwealth Office in London. The NYT in fact reveals that it was the British government that first relocated Abdul Rahman to Coventry, England after he fled Syria over a decade ago because of his anti-government activities:

When two associates were arrested in 2000, he fled the country, paying a human trafficker to smuggle him into England. The government resettled him in Coventry, where he decided he liked the slow pace.

Abdul Rahman is not a “human rights activist.” He is a paid propagandist. He is no different than the troupe of unsavory, willful liars and traitors provided refuge in Washington and London during the Iraq war and the West’s more recent debauchery in Libya, for the sole purpose of supplying Western governments with a constant din of propaganda and intentionally falsified intelligence reports designed specifically to justify the West’s hegemonic designs.

Abdul Rahman’s contemporaries include the notorious Iraqi defector Rafid al-Janabi, codename “Curveball,” who now gloats publicly that he invented accusations of Iraqi weapons of mass destruction, the West’s casus belli for a 10 year war that ultimately cost over a million lives, including thousands of Western troops, and has left Iraq still to this day in shambles. There’s also the lesser known Dr. Sliman Bouchuiguir of Libya, who formed the foundation of the pro-West human rights racket in Benghazi and now openly brags in retrospect that tales of Libyan leader Muammar Qaddafi’s atrocities against the Libyan people were likewise invented to give NATO its sought-after impetus to intervene militarily.

Unlike in Iraq and Libya, the West has failed categorically to sell military intervention in Syria, and even its covert war has begun to unravel as the public becomes increasingly aware that the so-called “pro-democracy rebels” the West has been arming for years are in fact sectarian extremists fighting under the banner of Al Qaeda. The charade that is the “Syrian Observatory for Human Rights” is also unraveling. It is unlikely that the New York Times’ limited hangout will convince readers that Rami Abdul Rahman is anything other than another “Curveball” helping the corporate-financier elite of Wall Street and London sell another unnecessary war to the public.

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This was written in April 2013, before the person above with the wilful assistance of his UK and EU funders, released the first YouTube clip meant to unleash war in Syria, and permit the passage of a Qatari gas pipeline under the nation, ending Gazprom’s energy monopoly over Europe.  The first time failed, and now the “Syrian Observatory for Human Rights” is back and eager to succeed where its warmongering propaganda failed the first time around.

 

[Bryan] “…I think the central powers are finally catching on…”

Finally? They were gearing up the Syrian rebel propaganda machine months before the fake Sarin attack in East Ghouta. Didn’t it strike you as a bit odd that East Ghouta neighborhoods had no running water or electricity or cell phone service, but ‘local activists’ were able to upload pre-edited dramatic video on some kind of high-speed internet connections? Internet connections which, presumably, were monitored and controlled by the Syrian government? Same thing applies if they were using their cell phones to upload the videos – the Syrian government controlls the cell phone networks.

The local ‘rebel activists’ had some kind of pre-arranged methods of uploading their videos that the Syrian government couldn’t disable or intercept. U.S. provided satellite-intenet access comes to mind. Now why would the U.S. gov provide computers and satellite internet access to these activists before the supposed Sarin attack?

“…Behind the curtain, pushing and pulling the buttions and levers is….. Bibi…”

He’s a large part of it, y3maxx. But the U.S. and the ME oil mafia have just as much incentive. Israel would have benefitted most from a U.S. cruise missile attack on Syria. Bibi was absolutely furious with Obama for backing down. But the U.S. and the ME oil mafia ‘made it up to Israel’ by establishing a huge Syrian rebel (mostly al Nusra) JSOC training camp in Jordan. The rebels of that so-called ‘Southern Army’ were the first to get the U.S. TOW missiles. Their military operations were confined almost exclusively to taking out Syrian anti-aircraft and electronic surveilance sites on the hills bordering the Golan. Israel and the U.S. wanted unhindered drone and bomber access to Damascus and got it. The same thing happened in North West Syria on the coastal hills – again, benefitting Israel and the U.S. by opening an air corridor for attacking North Syrian cities.

Israel and the GCC still have some conflicting goals – namely natural gas pipelines. Qatari gas piped across Syria would ultimately compete with the Leviathan Field gas of Israel, so it seems odd that they would cooperate. I could see Israel eventually back-stabbing Qatar by constantly blowing up their pipeline while Israeli gas pipelines kept flowing. Those attacks would, of course, be blamed on ISIS. Not sure how that’s going to play out, but all these powers are cooperating (however reluctantly) to get rid of Assad first. Al Nusra has every incentive to attack Israel, so they are obviously being paid not to attack it. Israel is even providing medical support for them in the Golan and Jordan. It ‘seems’ their plans have gone off the rails, but there’s too much at stake. You know they’re all scheming behind the scenes. As long as Israel/U.S./GCC can act before Russia does, they’ll get what they want.

Tue, 03/17/2015 – 12:59 | 5898617 BigJim

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You post some excellent stuff, Pave; thanks.

Keep it up, please 🙂

Tue, 03/17/2015 – 10:10 | 5897891 Kaiser Wilhelm II

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Rule number one : Never change a winning team.

Tue, 03/17/2015 – 10:32 | 5898007 robertsgt40

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Don’t look for anything to change for the better as long as Israel dictates US foreign policy.

Tue, 03/17/2015 – 09:22 | 5897708 COSMOS

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DUDE looks like a POS willing to destroy a country so he can make a few million.  SCUM

Tue, 03/17/2015 – 09:33 | 5897741 cn13

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No different than our politicians here in the U.S.

Tue, 03/17/2015 – 10:22 | 5897962 YHC-FTSE

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There is one type of creature that I can neither abide nor begin to understand. The creature in exile that whispers lies about his own people, his own nation to murder those he left behind. The creature that knows full well every penny he receives to tell his lies mean one more innocent child dying an excruciating death in the turmoil he is helping to create.

It’s not as if he can’t see the fucking consequences – all he has to do is look at Iraq, Libya, Ukraine, and Afghanistan to confirm what happens when the MIC gets its dirty rotten mitts on a country. The bloke is an anal abscess on the arse of SCUM. He belongs in Coventry.

Tue, 03/17/2015 – 12:23 | 5898474 TheFourthStooge-ing

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The best source for details on what is happening in Syria is Ziad at Syrian Perspective.

https://syrianperspective.com

Yes, he is biased in favor of the Syrian people, the Syrian government, and the Syrian armed forces, and biased against the Coalition of the Killing, and he makes this clear. So what?

He also provides detailed reports from his sources in Syria.

As for the scumbag that calls himself the Syrian Observatory on Human Rights, he’s just another shill in the employ of MI6.

Another one is Eliot Higgins of the infamous propaganda site BellingCat. He was also quick to accuse the Syrian government of the Ghouta chemical attack (exposed by Seymour Hersh as a false flag). The guy came out of nowhere with bogus pseudoscientific claims and became the go-to reference for Human Rights Watch. His claims were subsequently discredited by a real scientist.

Last year Higgins generated more pseudoscience in support of the west’s claims about Russian complicity in the downing of MH17. This year, he claimed that US-made rifles found at the Donetsk airport after Kiev troops were driven out were not supplied by the US/NATO, but were Russian “trophies” from Georgia in 2008.

http://russia-insider.com/en/2015/01/15/2428

http://russia-insider.com/en/2015/01/23/2690

http://russia-insider.com/en/2015/01/19/2529

Tue, 03/17/2015 – 13:05 | 5898644 BigJim

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You mean like this POS?

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Curveball_%28informant%29

Tue, 03/17/2015 – 10:59 | 5898113 LeisureSmith

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Here’s an oldie but a goodie from Charlie Skelton about that much quoted syrian opposition. http://www.theguardian.com/commentisfree/2012/jul/12/syrian-opposition-d…

Tue, 03/17/2015 – 11:34 | 5898255 SyriaL Stowlker

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Da Duude will Never make Millions in his dreams , those Faggots work really on the cheap & they do it for peanuts … He’s basically a MooSlime sisterhood member & that’s why he’s been arrested several times and eventually fled Syria …

Back in 2011 and the beginning of the ‘ revolution ‘ some of My own emloyees would not show up to work because they’d spend the day demonstrating against the Govrnmnt because they got paid between $5 – $10 a day , they figured they earned more demonstrating than working an honest job .

Tue, 03/17/2015 – 09:32 | 5897715 JustObserving

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More lies from the most admired man in this world per 2014 Gallup poll – he will not be denied his war in Syria:

Seymour Hersh exposes US government lies on Syrian sarin attack 10 December 2013

Pulitzer Prize-winning investigative journalist Seymour Hersh has published an article demonstrating that the US government and President Barack Obama knowingly lied when they claimed that the Syrian government had carried out a sarin gas attack on insurgent-held areas last August.

http://www.wsws.org/en/articles/2013/12/10/pers-d10.html

Tue, 03/17/2015 – 09:26 | 5897717 RonBurgundy

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Ahmed Chalabi, call your office, there may be an opening for you. . . .

Tue, 03/17/2015 – 09:26 | 5897718 NoDebt

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Hey, I have a novel idea.  How about we stay the fuck out of the ME completely.

Tue, 03/17/2015 – 09:41 | 5897767 jay28elle

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The problem with this approach, unfortunately, is the problems are and have been spreading.  We’re in the middle east right now diverting attention away from the rapid spread of problems in Europe, Asia, and Americas.

Tue, 03/17/2015 – 09:55 | 5897818 Usurious

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we’ve been in the ME since the fake yom kippur war…this was to save the FRN after Nixon closed the gold window…….we will be there until the FRN is officially dead

Tue, 03/17/2015 – 11:39 | 5898283 HonkyShogun

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“we will be there until the FRN is officially dead”

That looks to be at least a few weeks out.

Tue, 03/17/2015 – 12:40 | 5898542 Sanity Bear

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The US has been there longer than that – remember we overthrew Iran’s democracy in 1953. And TPTB have been there even longer using Britain and France as the vehicles through which they exercised power.

Tue, 03/17/2015 – 14:04 | 5898942 Nehweh Gahnin

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You’re still not going far enough back.  This predates the establishment Iraq and Syria (mainly) under the Sykes-Picot agreement of 1916, cutting up and dividing the remains of the Ottoman Empire.  Oil was the issue then, and oil remains the issue now.

Tue, 03/17/2015 – 20:43 | 5900379 Iwanttoknow

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Wrong.We were there,starting with the first day of Lindon Blow Johnson.

Tue, 03/17/2015 – 11:23 | 5898211 NoVa

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let him/her know   send him an email –  RAMI@clintonemail.com

Tue, 03/17/2015 – 11:56 | 5898361 cn13

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Because Israel wants us there.  AIPAC owns our Congress and thus our military from top to bottom.

We fight their wars so they don’t have to.

Tue, 03/17/2015 – 09:27 | 5897722 cn13

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Confidence in governments world-wide is nearing a total collapse.

Tue, 03/17/2015 – 09:29 | 5897726 doggis

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TAKE NOTES HERE – NOW “THAT” IS JOURNALISM!!!!   THANKS ZH!!!

Tue, 03/17/2015 – 11:12 | 5898168 AynRandFan

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Did you read any factual evidence in this story to back up the breast-pounding conclusions?  No.

Tue, 03/17/2015 – 09:30 | 5897731 A_latvian

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Iraq DID have WMDs. They just weren’t cartoonish bulbous-shaped bombs with “Death To America” on the side, so no one cared to report about it.
ZH is as much a part of the propaganda machine as this piece of garbage.

Tue, 03/17/2015 – 09:41 | 5897766 McCormick No. 9

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The ugliest trolls come from Latvia.

Tue, 03/17/2015 – 10:16 | 5897931 A_latvian

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That’s “serfs” you idiot.

Tue, 03/17/2015 – 12:27 | 5898491 TheFourthStooge-ing

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I see you guys had your annual “Latvian Pride” march yesterday.

http://www.ibtimes.com/hundreds-participate-annual-nazi-veterans-march-l…

Tue, 03/17/2015 – 11:40 | 5898291 Consuelo

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What dolt I am…   Here I was looking up ‘McCormick No. 9’ – because I thought it was a ‘seasoning’ I might not have tried yet…

Tue, 03/17/2015 – 09:43 | 5897773 Philo Beddoe

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I just assume everyone is full of shit or working an angle.  I am rarely dissapointed.

Tue, 03/17/2015 – 10:12 | 5897908 Kaiser Wilhelm II

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@ A_latvian

You’re absolutely right :

http://www.rugusavay.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/11/Colin-Powell-Quotes-…

Tue, 03/17/2015 – 10:39 | 5898027 Consumer Farm

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Iraq had chemical weapons, they were supplied by the USA and the west during the Iran-Iraq war. Those were found but they were not reported in the MSM widely.

http://www.nytimes.com/interactive/2014/12/03/world/middleeast/chemical-…

http://www.nytimes.com/interactive/2014/10/14/world/middleeast/us-casual…

Tue, 03/17/2015 – 11:43 | 5898293 farflungstar

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You’ve earned your potato for the day, but it’s too late to play the WMD card, that ship sailed LONG ago. We sold them to Saddam so he could gas Iranians and other Iraqis who opposed him. France, Germany, the UK all took part in those sales and it is no secret. The WMD were not active as bio and chemical weapons do have a shelf life.

Old WMD found by our “frenemies” ISIS: http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/worldnews/middleeast/iraq/10913275/Isis-…

Just because some shit was found from the 1980’s and 90’s it still doesn’t excuse the war, or the Depleted Uranium WMD we used over there which causes some horrendous birth defects and has a million year shelf life.

Tue, 03/17/2015 – 09:33 | 5897743 ClowardPiven2016

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What savages! In the interest of national security, peacekeeping and democracy, they should use drone launched $110,000.00 high-explosive anti-tank warheads to incinerate people like the USA. Don’t they understand there is a proper protocol that needs to be followed when killing people.

Tue, 03/17/2015 – 09:42 | 5897755 Bill of Rights

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Whew! for a second there I thought Ebola was going mainstream again…

Tue, 03/17/2015 – 09:39 | 5897756 Chuck Knoblauch

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I wish Obozo would stop telling the world to fvck him.

Tue, 03/17/2015 – 09:41 | 5897771 Mr. Bones

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The rebels are confirmed to have used chemical weapons and so far the evidence that Assad used them has been iffy.  Assad has said he’s willing to give the weapons up if there are assurances the west will stop blaming him for using the weapons they can’t prove he used.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=G5fBZUfVwn0

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LbNyLIxqTWU

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MSMPnAAL7Is

Or we could do a “political transition by constitutional meansand allow radicals to take over yet another nation. 

Tue, 03/17/2015 – 09:42 | 5897774 Deus Irate

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The following is why this so called “new” evidence is being pushed: http://www.reuters.com/article/2015/03/16/us-iraq-islamicstate-idUSKBN0M…

Tue, 03/17/2015 – 09:45 | 5897785 jay28elle

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As I’ve said before WTF does Assad have to gain by gassing a few citizens?  He has much crueler means to accomplish this, and he has easier means to do this IF HE WANTED.

Gaddafi, part duex.

Tue, 03/17/2015 – 09:50 | 5897793 Fix It Again Timmy

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I never believe ANYTHING from someone who looks like a cantaloupe…

Tue, 03/17/2015 – 09:51 | 5897794 Bill of Rights

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What the F@#$

https://www.tradingview.com/x/Oa7lcEki/

Tue, 03/17/2015 – 09:51 | 5897797 MrBoompi

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Nobody seems to be upset by the 250,000 deaths caused by “conventional” warfare. Why? The U.S. is responsible for that.

Tue, 03/17/2015 – 09:51 | 5897799 Seize Mars

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On a related note, but slightly OT, has Putin been whacked and replaced with a double? If that’s true then BUY CRUDE OIL WITH BOTH HANDS because US/Israel is about to a) take Syria and b) invade Iran.

Tue, 03/17/2015 – 09:52 | 5897804 Son of Captain Nemo

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got “pivot”?…

I think this band sums it up better than anything “the white chimp” in Washington with the help of his hurdy gurdy owner in Tel Aviv can come up with!

Tue, 03/17/2015 – 09:54 | 5897808 adonisdemilo

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It’s a pity that William Hague gives this nutter time and apparent credence to his twisted ideology.

Hague is, or rather, was, a staight up Yorkshire bloke and on following his political progress since his stand up speech at the Tory conference when he was just 16 years old I fear that not only has he been “got at ” by TPTB but also that he listens to some extremely weird advice.

It’s always been the case that it’s easy, and usually accurate, to judge people by the friends and the company that they keep.

Tue, 03/17/2015 – 09:55 | 5897816 DavidC

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“…even Derek Zoolander can do it.”

One of the many reasons I like ZH so much!!

DavidC


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Good job Canthama.well done!!!

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Hey Hanibal I have a question for you?! Its not a trap, its just a question? Please reply if you manage to read my comment.

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Go ahead, Iam online

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Dany, I will be online for next 15 min. Anyway, go ahead and ask. I will respond when I go online 4 hrs later.

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Are you from Estonia??

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No, I am not. I am from Lebanon.

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He’s forgotten the question … memory of a fruit-fly has our Danny.

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Rami Abdelrahman is a rat lover, a terrorist supporter, SOHR must be brought down due to its long list of criminal attempts to promote and propagate false flags and lies.

I can not stop laughing from the last attempt by SOHR to frame Syria in a supposed chlorine gas barrel bomb in Idlib two days ago, it was so pathetic that the lie basically died out before it got any legs…and that is exactly the fate of SOHR, to die out and people will not remember what the hell was this organization few weeks later.

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Totally agree another paid agent. We have some here too. But at least this Abdorahman guy gets some notoriety, our resident agents get paid per post, it can’t be more than a few pennies. Or maybe they just have the troll DNA. BTW can you spell V I C T O R Y Jasetat.

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Canthama , PURTROPPO non posso ridere perché per le menzogne di shor tanta gente è morta

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Franscesco, pienamente d’accordo con te, è molto triste che un bastardo profitti dalla morte di persone innocenti.

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LOL, Andy Choudary is obviously doing great work to crush that misplaced superiority complex out of the English!

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FFS, at least leave out the ZH comments when in future scraping the arse of the barrel, Ziad!

PS: “precisely this script which by now everyone could predict, is being rerun“, is this the same one you reassured the Fanbois was ‘not a problem’ when Vlad voted “DA!” for Chap.VII retaliation on the next available pretext?

Watch how the mighty Lavrov will now ‘defend’ Syria by effectively saying to his Yanki ‘partners’, “Go ahead, be my guest!“.

It’s all part of the ‘military pressure’ strategy to induce Assad to ‘voluntarily’ bend over for ‘negotiations’ with something like a boat oar.

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GEFILTE FISH BREATH WANTS A SEAT AT THE TABLE

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Where’d you get that weird notion from, you mumbling half-wit?

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I read the other day about how a Russian foreign ministry official (might have been ‘Gatilov’) tried to reassure Syria that the recent resolution on chemical weapons doesn’t target anyone, it only targets the use of chemical weapons! LOL. This genius knows full well that only one side is ever blamed for CW attacks so you can’t put his comments down to stupidity can you?

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It is impossible to deny the connection between Kerry’s comments regarding the need for ‘military pressure’, the CW resolution agreed on by Russia and China and this latest incident involving the alleged use of CW. It is clear as day that this is part of a strategy agreed upon by Russia and China along with the Yanki warcriminals to pressure Assad into accepting the ‘political solution’. How anyone on this blog can shut their eyes to Putin’s backstabbing and treason and at the same time call themselves supporters of Syria is beyond me.

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Some of the comments deserve repeating eg – “There is one type of creature that I can neither abide nor begin to understand. The creature in exile that whispers lies about his own people, his own nation to murder those he left behind. The creature that knows full well every penny he receives to tell his lies mean one more innocent child dying an excruciating death in the turmoil he is helping to create. It’s not as if he can’t see the fucking consequences – all he has to do is look at Iraq, Libya, Ukraine, and Afghanistan to confirm… Read more »
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Great article Ziad. Thanks for posting. Zero Hedge offers up some excellent posts. It’s tough to stomach the west’s lies and propaganda. The criminals never give up. They are like the trolls who visit this website. Stupid, immoral, and utterly shameless. It appears the only solution is for the Zio/NWO order to be crushed militarily. Perhaps then, ordinary people will at last come to their senses.

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A few would agree including me Split Iraq and Syria using the Kurds The imperialists and the ever-faithful Western “Lefts”, led by chronic NATO-cheerleading “Academic Anarchist” David Graeber and the effervescent celebrity-left cling-on Charles Davis, are attempting to appropriate the Syrian Kurds and engineer a situation in Syria very similar to events that occurred during the Spanish Civil War – both from the perceived propaganda angle with regard to the “Lefts”, and the concrete with regard to the imperialists. As a result of this ongoing deception, those who support Syria against imperial aggression are to be portrayed as obstructing an… Read more »
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Some punctuation might help to be clear … you agree with promoting the dismemberment of Syria and Iraq to create a NATO-lilypad called Kurdistan, is that correct?

Anonymous
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”Some punctuation might help to be clear ”

There are many here who would gladly punctuate you, jihadi apologist!

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So, Brave, ‘many’, eh?

Fascinating, but would you like to have a go for glory?

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Proposing the notion that Kurds should be given independent country just because they are Kurds is anti-democratic and utmost racist. Creating an ethnically homogeneous nation is analogous to supporting ethnic cleansing; because both work towards the same goal. The lands on which Kurds live are not only “Kurdish”, there are Assyrians, Arabs, Turks, Persians, and many other ethnicities living there; and they are all equal under their respective nationalities, whether Syrian, Iraqi, Turkish (to a smaller degree in Turkey, but that is an internal problem in Turkey, and not a Kurdish problem as a whole). Syria has to portray its… Read more »
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Anon, this is an excellent post, fully concur with your thoughts. Please pick a name so we recognize you in your next post. Thank you.

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The West is planing for the expected demise of Israel that antagonistic epicenter of conflict and the West’s excuse for alliance and interest into the affairs of the ME. Can it be that a subset of Kurds are stepping up to be the backup plan as the next antagonist to ME instability. Like the soon to be exercised urats squatting in Palestine will a Kurdish criminal syndicate step up to scoop the spoils of the disintegrating lost project state to squat in Arab states with the blessings of “special relationships” with the west? Like the Zionist entity, all its inhabitants… Read more »
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And thank you, Canthama.

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Interesting article on the dances between Greece, EU and Russia, worth reading it.

http://russia-insider.com/en/2015/03/18/4621

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One has to know that the main problem of Greece is that they fail to collect taxes. So their solution is to borrow money that the gouvernment must spend. It is a problem that neither Germany, the EU, Russia or China could solve. Greece must solve the problem on its own. Only then any help would pay off.
And now answer: Would Russia be interested to pay the debt of Greece and have them in their trade group?

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Russia will not pay off a penny of Greece’s debts, nor should they. Putin is interested in exploiting differences between EU states regarding Ukraine conflict. Greece is more amenable than any other EU state to take a pro-Russian stance. Putin is perfectly correct to exploit the crisis of Greece’s finances to Russia’s advantage. The problem for the Greek government is that they have this delusion that Russia will bail them out if the EU refuses to do so. They wont. They will give Greece something in return for breaking the EU consensus but it will be minimal; it will make… Read more »
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This is a load of shit, Russian MP’s are already working on a plan to allow Greek and Hungarian agricultural products into the Russian market place. Putin has moved up his meetting from May to April a full month, they are going to announce something big, of course Tsipras can refuse and continue so suck eu ass. EU is finished, Germany alone has lost over 24 billion dollars in auto sales to Russia. Farmers and Fishermen in britain and norway have already gone bankrupt thanks the america’s neocon war against Russia, the sanctions are destroying the eu but the european… Read more »
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You are spreading BULLSHIT. 24 billion dollars in auto sales? How many cars would that be? German car manufacturers already have manufacturing in Russia. They are probably winners, not losers. Farmers and fishermen in NORWAY are affected? Norway is no EU country. Get your act together.

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Very Good Shin, nice comment and logical, and you are 100% correct on Greece not collecting taxes as many void it which is bring the whole country down.

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“Just as no one is morally required to answer a robber truthfully when he asks if there are any valuables in one’s house, so no one can be morally required to answer truthfully similar questions asked by the State, e.g., when filling out income tax returns.”[

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you have a slave mentality Chevi…

Repost; Listen and learn
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the most serious things are often said in jest…

Financial “Crisis” in Greece Mr Panos

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It sounds like Victory…Hail Syria…

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it’s more about gaiety.. but, of course, that is a sense of triumph

Proof That Germans Have A Sense Of Humor
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Varoufakis Video: The German Lies.
The controversial video in which Yanis Varoufakis makes
obscene gesture to the Germans was a montage.

From minister of awesome to minister of flawsome? Yanis Varoufakis, the biggest liar since Bill Clinton? Political punch instead of the new Chuck Norris? Pilloried by german talkshow host Guenther Jauch, but is everything as it seems? Really?

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LOL, ausgezeichnet!

[although the presenter should keep a straight face, instead of telling the audience ‘it is now safe to laugh’]

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New map from Peto Lucem on current northern Aleppo situation. Interesting to note that besides the advances in Handarrat village and the now on going fights in Al Malah farms once more, the front on Bashkuy-Duwayr al Zaytun-Kafr Tunah remained unchanged and defenses are very solid. Worth noting as well the SAA/NDF advances in Layramoun, getting closer and closer to Kafr Hamra.

https://twitter.com/PetoLucem/media

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http://www.counterpunch.org/2015/03/18/doctors-as-targets-in-syrian-war/

I was surprised to see this propaganda on this site.

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Aleppo: Terrorists Kicked Out Of Key Town In The North- Also Video Of Downed US Drone In Latakia
Nowhere left to hide for the terrorists

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They’re on the run everywhere, Internationally, economically and militarily.
V I C T O R Y,

teevee
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Hey Jasetat, you or your protege yesterday said ” It’s funny how you Iranian propagandists call a right royal drubbing a ‘victory’. After Hezbollah’s thrashing in 2006 which everyone not connected with the Iranian propaganda machine, acknowledged was a heavy defeat for Hezbollah, Hamas was given an even bigger drubbing in its latest confrontations with Israel, yet the Iranian media shamelessly called it a victory! LOL. At least in ’67 and ’73 wars Israel did indeed suffer casualties and destruction that far exceeded the standard 70-80 dead that the great ‘axis of resistance’ claims as a major blow against Israel!… Read more »
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thought the pharao dead. liberals in america won’t appreciate netanjahus fresh stance on the tow-state-solution. it is a deep cut, a FRUSTRATION OF PURPOSE.

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You misunderstand what is a victory. True, Israel enjoyed total air superiority against Hezbollah and Hamas and had high kills ratios (insanely high in Gaza, especially against civilians), but in both cases it could not sustain any ground offensive. If you do not control the ground, you control nothing. Interestingly, Israel did not respond against Hezbollah’s recent retaliation after the killing of the Iranian general, because it fears a massive rocket attack from the latter if another large-scale war breaks out.

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what can you say? the little kid comes here pretending he’s Syrian, then he runs at the mouth about the Jihadis, Russians, Iranians now the truth that everybody here knew as day that he’s Israeli comes out. I’ve said this before being Israeli does not a bad person make but being an underhanded instigator of terrorism that hides his true identity does.

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Israel did not try to sustain any ground offensive, nor were they looking to conquer and hold any Lebanese territory, a few disabled tanks from an ambush does not mean you have won the war or stopped Israel in its tracks. LOL. This is what you call propaganda to cover the enormous losses Hezbollah received at the hands of the Israeli airforce and artillery. As for Israel’s refusal to respond to the recent Hezbollah operation, you are deluding yourself if this is out of fear of Hezbollah,(yawn) more likely it was tactical and at the request of the US so… Read more »
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there you go again, LOL?? what’s so funny? that you making a story that Israeli having their asses handed to them was their own or US decision? That’s it? That’s your brilliant excuse? Then why the special committee to get the reasons for the total humiliating shellacking at the hands of a small Guerrilla force? (Yawn,LOL)?? How’bout WTF ?

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There is always a committee that looks into the results of a war and the way it was conducted, how effectively etc. There is nothing ‘special’ at all about this, that was the invention of Iranian propagandists who tried to cover their own humiliating defeat. As for the LOL, i did indeed find it funny that the Iranian media made such a fuss over a couple of burning tanks as though its proxy Hezbollah had won the war, when in fact in was Hezbollah bases and Lebanese infrastructure that were regularly going up in flames. LOL.

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Even the israel fake-state admits Hezbollah won the 2006 war. They peppered the khazar fiefdom with rockets in ever-expanding stages, they allowed zionist ground forces into Lebanon then began to systematically immobilise, encircle and annihilate israeli tank columns and down israeli black hawks. The israeli troop deathtoll went up by 1’s and 2’s to bein with, then a couple of days later it was 5’s, 6’s, 7’s, then suddenly it was 18 dead zionist troops here and 12 dead there and so on – they had all walked into a well-executed, massive strategic Hezbollah trap. Israel rushed to the UN… Read more »
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Americans’ worries about potential terror attack rise sharply: poll

http://news.xinhuanet.com/english/2015-03/18/c_134075462.htm

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Syria downs U.S. drone over coastal city

http://news.xinhuanet.com/english/2015-03/18/c_134075387.htm

The authorities are working to find the source of the drone and the party sending it, the report quoted Salim Harba, an ex-military officer, as saying, adding that the drone was outfitted with weapons.

A source in Latakia told Xinhua over the phone that local people heard loud explosion which lit up the sky over the Mediterranean city and then watched two pieces falling down in flames.

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Australian Isis recruit from Melbourne Suhan Rahman reportedly killed fighting in Syria Death of jihadist, dubbed Abu Jihad Al-Australi, apparently confirmed after wife tweets tribute and pictures emerge of him lying on ground soaked in blood…

meadow heights mosque is a muslim brotherhood stronghold…

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Feature: Syrian females join men soldiers in battles against rebels http://news.xinhuanet.com/english/2015-03/18/c_134075331.htm http://news.xinhuanet.com/english/photo/2015-03/17/c_134075037.htm DAMASCUS, March 17 (Xinhua) — Syrian females are joining male soldiers in battlefields, as they drive tanks, fire anti-tank rockets and aim sniper rifles at enemies like men. They are known as the “Commandos Battalion for Females,” part of the Syrian Republican Guards in the Syrian army. Their unit was established in the summer of 2014 and consists of around 800 volunteer, unmarried, female fighters- aged between 20 and 24 years old. Their task is to work alongside the Syrian army in its battle against the rebels. Their… Read more »
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Some cool photos of Syrian young women soldiers for your blog Ziad

http://news.xinhuanet.com/english/photo/2015-03/17/c_134075037.htm

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Syrian Women are Extraordinary
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Extraordinary; synonyms: remarkable, exceptional, amazing, astonishing, astounding, marvellous, wonderful, sensational, stunning, incredible, unbelievable, miraculous, phenomenal, prodigious, spectacular; striking, outstanding, momentous, impressive, singular, signal, pre-eminent, memorable, unforgettable, never to be forgotten, unique, arresting, eye-catching, conspicuous, noteworthy, notable, great; out of the ordinary, unusual, uncommon, rare, surprising, curious, strange, odd, peculiar, uncanny; unco; informal fantastic, terrific, tremendous, stupendous, awesome, amazeballs, out of this world, unreal; literary wondrous Buju Banton… Been searching for a mighty long time, For that oh-so-true love, To comfort this heart of mine. No pretence stop wasting my time, A virtuous woman is really hard to find. I’m telling… Read more »
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It appears that in conjunction with the ‘nuclear’ talks in Lausanne the Iranian allied media inside and outside Syria are renewing the push for a political solution. This will be a test of how much influence Iran has in Syria, already an economic delegation arrived the other day in Damascus no doubt attempting to bribe Syrian officials to jump aboard the vision of an Iranian-US agreed ‘political solution’. We should count Iran as already in the US camp, agreement or no agreement, if we look at the facts on the ground it is Iranian boots in Iraq that are fighting… Read more »
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You such a smart boy jason! Please baffle us with your bullshit! nagila hava nagila hava!

Get out of here! Shits for brains

hehehehehehehehe

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hehe, the Alter ego is back. Wow no Puttin, no LOL, no LMAO? I think you’ll do better with lecturing us about the past like the 2006 Israeli/Hezbollah war, than your prognostication about the future. Your boundless knowledge of history is amazing. What do you say sunny boy?

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obviously it doesn’t get that smooth.

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The ‘talks’ are going nowhere except round in circles, same as for the last 10 years. The Yanki Arrogance’s habit of demanding complete, abject surrender [e.g. Japan, Rambouillet] as opposed to any reasonable compromise guarantees their failure. Those who designed this process prefer another war of aggression, which is why they invented this prove-the-negative trap of a fictional ‘Iranian nuclear weapons programme’ in the first place. It is a well-known propaganda technique to puff up expectations in order to then blame the other side for ‘refusing our generous offer’ after the circus act collapses … see the myth of Arafat… Read more »
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We’ll have to wait and see but it is clear that Iran has already become a major partner for the US in Iraq in the so called fight against ISIS. Some Iranian officials have even come out in recent days declaring that Iraq has returned to Iran and that Baghdad is now the capital of the new Iranian empire, these comments were quickly removed but it seems perfectly clear to me that wherever there is an anti-ISIS battle there is a pretext for Iranian and Kurdish forces to take over with US air support. This looks like an alliance to… Read more »
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A major partner? … come on now, don’t get carried away by this venomous Saudi propaganda. 1. Don’t you think Iran has fair motive to help fight ISIS inside Iraq, in accord with that government, even if the Yankis were not there? 2. I don’t think Yankis provide air cover to any Iranian-led or heavily influenced operation, e.g. Tikrit, and that among the Kurdish it is also only applied to protect the politically obedient Barzani Bunch. 3. The exuberant statements made by those wetting their beaks in battle do not usually decide the fate of nations. 4. You really think… Read more »
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1. Yes if the Yankis were not there. The fact is they are there and directing the show named ‘fighting ISIS’, its partners in this show are mere collaborators including Iran. It’s not a coincidence that Lavrov is trying to push the Americans and the Syrian regime together under the banner of fighting ISIS, because fighting ISIS means you are in the American sphere of influence, Kerry, Hammond, Fabius etc have all mentioned that Syria needs a transition in politics to be better able to fight ISIS, as though a bunch of men in suits is able to change the… Read more »
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O…Oh, gilbert is back!

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U.S. concerned about alleged IS use of chlorine http://news.xinhuanet.com/english/2015-03/17/c_134072269.htm WASHINGTON, March 16 (Xinhua) — The United States on Monday expressed concerns about alleged use of chlorine gas by the extremist group the Islamic States (IS) against Kurdish forces. “We are certainly concerned about it. We have not been able to independently confirm it,” said Pentagon spokesman Army Colonel Steven Warren. Iraqi Kurdish forces said on Saturday that they had proof that the IS, which occupied a vast area of Northern and Western Iraq, used chlorine gas against Kurdish forces in a car bombing attack in January. “We have seen what… Read more »
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IS is not party to any convention against the use of CWs, thus feels free to use them, same as US feels free to use their nuclear ones. All options are on the table, remember?

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Big changes in Syria upper command, according to sources in Damascus, Assad dismissed Rafic Chehade, Syria’s head of military security, from his duties, as well as he relieved Rustom Ghazali, Syria’s head of political security branch.

https://mobile.twitter.com/ivansidorenko1

According to the discussion in the comment section, these changes are very positive for Syria’s future and a possible barrier removed toward broader reconciliation.

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We’re almost there. The project to redraw Middle East is a total crushing defeat for the Israel/Saudi alliance of destruction. The idiot Saudis don’t even realize they themselves are one of the targets for disintegration. I am so proud of all Syrians it is beyond words.

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If they have sacked Rustom Ghazali and it is a big if, then Syria is under remote control from Tehran, Rustom was apparently one of the few who were well aware of Iran’s power plays in Syria under the fake slogan of ‘resistance’.

Jason
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‘We’re almost there. The project to redraw Middle East is a total crushing defeat for the Israel/Saudi alliance of destruction’

You are so proud of Iran becoming the new US ally in the region, i bet it makes you feel so powerful.

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Hey Christiane Amanpour! SHUT THE FUCK UP!

hahahahaha

teevee
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Now you’re talking more on your pay level. No LOLs makes you sound even less than what you are. And no predictions, you don’t have what it takes.
Yes I am proud and I don’t hide it. What about you are you an enemy of Syrians and proud of it? Man up and say it.

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Wow 12 likes in a couple of minutes, here’s your man Ozsceptic. Sitting down at the negotiating table with the Yanki warcriminals makes you an ally of the Syrians does it? No my Iranian friend it makes you an accomplice in all their current and future crimes against the people of Syria and the region. Your government sold out or more precisely, was shown up for what it really is, at the end of the day Syria has paid the price in rivers of blood to avoid sitting at the ‘negotiating table’ while Iran was brought there without the firing… Read more »
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Again I see your mouth moving but just hot air coming out. I asked you a simple question, if you had any hair on your ass you would answer yes or no. Are you an Israeli, Enemy of Syria? Yes or No?

Jason
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No my Iranian friend i am not an Israeli.

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can’t find it at peto lucems. just the battle map and the quotation of loy. source eliminated last insurgent remnants in handarat https://twitter.com/PetoLucem

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I have not seen at Petro either, the mention came from Ivan initially thru a retweet and then an official Government announcement.

https://mobile.twitter.com/ivansidorenko1

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US Drone Downed in Latakia Spied on Syrian Army for ISIL: Analyst Syrian forces brought down a US drone while it was spying on the military bases in order to pass on the information to the Islamic State militants s p u t n i k n e w s dot c o m A US drone was shot down over the city of Latakia in northwestern Syria. It was reported that the drone was observing the movement of government troops and trying to determine the location of the Army Staff, military expert Hassan al-Hasan told RIA Novosti. On Wednesday… Read more »
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This is hardly a secret. From the Syrian Arab Army facebook page:- March 17, 2015 an unidentified areal target entered Syrian Air. The target was then identified as an MQ-1B Predator drone, and Syrian warning radar in the region notified air defense command with the track and course of the target, like any other Coalition jet that enters the Syrian airspace, then the target headed toward Latakia passing its countryside, a region where the Syrian government have restricted from Coalition areal activity, The central air defense command gave its orders to a S-125 Neva/Pechora 2M air defense battery to shoot… Read more »
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What weapons does Syria have to strike back?

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AwOjwzTeo1k

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Latakia countryside, a region the Syrian government has restricted from Coalition aerial activity” a pity this government did not think all regions of the Nation merit equal protection from the filthy Yanki invaders, and would that Assad had mustered up the courage to announce this ‘restriction’ prior to their arrival.

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“Officials say they are revisiting the U.S. stance in light of Netanyahu rolling back his support of a Palestinian state.” http://www.politico.com/story/2015/03/israels-america-united-116203.html

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Expect withdrawal of the US military welfare teat from Netanyahu’s mouth and the announcement of ‘crippling sanctions’ against the Israeli Apartheid regime tomorrow.

Yes, I’m sure that will be one barnstorming ‘review’.

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it is definitely a caesura in the offing.

Mentat
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Actions would speak louder than words, but the Netanyahudniks rest easy in the knowledge they could literally exterminate all Palestinians tomorrow without the Yankis batting an eyelid, as the creeping genocide they jointly orchestrate only reminds them of their own proud history of Indian-hunting.

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Day dreaming again you little inbred creep!

Mentat
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Is generic bluster really all you’ve got?

I am disappoint.

George
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Have a matzo ball, Shlomo!

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Next Intra-Syrian Consultations to Be Held in Moscow April 6-9

The Russian capital hosted the first round of negotiations, aimed at ending the ongoing civil war in Syria, in January

s p u t n i k n e w s dot c o m

MOSCOW (Sputnik) – The second round of intra-Syrian consultations between government and opposition figures is scheduled to take place April 6-9 in Moscow, a source in the Russian Foreign Ministry told RIA Novosti on Wednesday.

“Consultations are planned for April 6-9. Invitations are currently being sent,” the source said.

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Western Hypocracy! Je Suis Zeon: French Freedom of Speech is a Myth, Says Cartoonist A caricature artist persecuted for self-expression told Sputnik France about the regression of freedom of speech in his country s p u t n i k n e w s dot c o m A Frenchman called Zeon, 31, originally from Paris told Sputnik France his striking story. Recently he was arrested by the French government for his caricatures. “On Tuesday March 3, 2015, police broke into my house at 7 a.m. The officers were following orders of a judge and led me to the court… Read more »
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“’We, of course, reiterate our warning to the Assad regime not to interfere with US aerial assets over Syria,’ she added. … the source in Damascus said. ‘The aircraft entered areas where Daesh (ISIS) is not present.’ The fact that no Islamic State fighters are present in Latakia was also confirmed by the UK-based Syrian Observatory for Human Rights. They say the drone was shot down in Al-Maqata, a village near the provincial capital of Latakia. ‘There are no opposition fighters or jihadist groups anywhere in that area, but there is a large presence of regime forces,’ said Observatory head… Read more »
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You are quoting SOHR. Read the post above.

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Maybe take a closer look

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Obama’s realisation on ISIS http://www.thejakartapost.com/news/2015/03/19/obama-s-realisation-is.html Foreign interventions, regime change and implanting democracy from the outside have all been failed strategies that have only served to destabilise the global scenario. Yet it is rare — especially for superpowers — to admit to the failure of such follies. In this context, Barack Obama’s recent comments regarding the rise of the self-styled Islamic State are a welcome realisation. The US president said the IS phenomenon “grew out of our invasion” of Iraq in 2003, while adding that the so-called caliphate was an ‘outgrowth’ of Al Qaeda in Iraq. Indeed the US — and… Read more »
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It seems that more and more establishment figures are coming to the conclusion that the mantra ‘Assad Must Go!’ is not only redundant but that the opposite is true – no solution is possible without President Assad.

The latest is former Swiss Chief Prosecutor and a member of the UN Commission of Inquiry on Syria, Carla Del Ponte.

According to SANA: “Del Ponte believes that the sole solution to the crisis in Syria will be through dialogue and negotiation with the Syrian leadership.

“President al-Assad enjoys a great power, without him, negotiation is impossible,” Del Ponte said.

Mentat
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IS, established and expanding, although the Kuffar dislike it — Shabaab of Somalia considering invitation to unite and pledge allegiance to Abu Bakr and his Doodz.

Old Man Zawahiri’s AQ is obviously yesterday’s news and will soon be completely subsumed into this new and evidently superior political evolution, inspired as it is by the ‘can-do’ attitude of Zarqawi bathed by the beatific smile of the original Bin Laden.

Instead of being allowed to continue fomenting splits with his nationalistic letters, this embarrassed former leader will quickly be shoved out to the pasture of a comfortable and above all quiet retirement in Lahore.

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Mentat: @ 3>55 “I am disappoint.”
No manturd, it seems you are simply illiterate, or just perhaps distracted by Dad’s Army victories. Try sticking Jason’s ‘like’ button index finger back up your bum-hole.
Regards…

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A nicely tossed word-salad, but what does it mean?

[reply only if you can detach your tormented mind from my derrière long enough to actually work this out]

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Did you straighten out your Israeli protege? You really should, his gibberish is making you look pitiful.

Mentat
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No, as Jason is not my protégé and it’s immaterial to any discussion if he is Israeli, which there is no reason to believe any more than that you are.

As far as I’m concerned, everybody freely forms and expresses their own opinion and maintains it until persuaded by a better one; entirely as they prefer.

Consequently, I don’t see how my reasonable disagreement with him on numerous points is really any negative reflection on him or myself.

Any other queries I can help you with?

CHEVI789
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You gotta read this

http://rt.com/usa/242057-army-destroying-chemical-weapons/

America is going to destroy their CW, i mean wtf? they wanted to attack Syria over that, and america is the only country to use WMD’s (nukes).

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Yankiwarcrimlandia is also the only country since then proven to have used biological weapons both in declared warfare [ Korea, 1952 ] and for pure terrorism [ Cuba ], following some little tricks they picked up from closely studying the secret antics of Japan’s Unit 731 in WW2 occupied Manchuria, after providing immunity from warcrimes trials to those fellow imperialist villains. Needless to add, both uses were in flagrant breach of US treaty obligations under the Geneva Protocol of 1925 and the 1949 Geneva Conventions. And let’s not omit to mention their even more egregious but similarly warcriminal chemical agent… Read more »
ziad
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man i have just been hearing about this chlorine gas attack since yesterday from articles and pppl talking but nothing in my usual sources,i read how ppl were smelling the fumes right after a bomb was droped in the town and how doctors were treating what is described like a cw or chlorine symptoms etc etc it all sounds so real with these bastards ,,it makes no logical sense for the army to be using this after all we been through,im not saying it did not happen but im starting to think perhaps the terrorists knowing somehow that there would… Read more »
Stein Atle Bauge
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quote Nobilitatis: “One has to know that the main problem of Greece is that they fail to collect taxes. So their solution is to borrow money that the gouvernment must spend. It is a problem that neither Germany, the EU, Russia or China could solve. Greece must solve the problem on its own. Only then any help would pay off.” Important point here. It’s amazing that there are people who buy this bs but it’s all over the media so.. So they have to pay the debt, and the Greek people has not paid taxes & wallowed in welfare to… Read more »
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The European Union, often said to be weak and sick, is the worlds biggest economy boosting the biggest GDP, to be a member of this union all member states are to follow the European Fiscal Compact.. . The Balanced budget rule stipulates that a general budget deficit may not be exceeding 3.0% of the gross domestic product (GDP), and a structural deficit not exceeding a country-specific Medium-Term budgetary Objective (MTO) which at most can be set to 0.5% of GDP for states with a debt‑to‑GDP ratio exceeding 60% – or at most 1.0% of GDP for states with debt levels… Read more »
Nobilitatis
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I think your comment fails to be funny. It is not factual either. Did you try to negotiate with your bank this way? 1) Every credit is a debt. If you don’t need to pay back it is called a subsidy. Greece got that as well from EU. 2) You should not spend more money than what you collect. Not as an individual, not as a business and not as a state. If you do you will pile debt. 3) If your debt is over your income you will be bancrupt. The result is that you cannot spend money that… Read more »
the Thylacine
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the Thylacine

Nob, you lost the war. Then, you got your colossal debts forgiven. You never paid the Greeks their reparations, either.
Now, your government bailed out bankster crooks who loaned the former government a shitload they knew could never be re-paid. So the German people are supposed to prop up the bankster crooks. It won’t wash. It’s the same Rothschild scum, parasiting.
Sovereign debt is not private debt. This you can’t grasp. Go and get a beer, eat some wurst, and watch Brazil destroy Juventus, or something.

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If Damascus falls, Europe won’t be far behind! – US senator
I have NEVER before cited quotes by a US senator other than Ron Paul for speaking truthfully and accurately. Sen. Richard Black, I salute you and I ask that EVERYONE, including our mentor, Ziad, read his comments made on his interview with RT.
http://rt.com/news/242061-senator-isis-damascus-europe/

Evil zionist attack Palestinian child,women,and man
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Evil zionist attack Palestinian child,women,and man

Pigs will be Pigs…

Pozitronkx
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Pozitronkx

Sad.. .
Some striking words of the Palestinian youth :

shocking confessions of Israeli female soldiers
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shocking confessions of Israeli female soldiers

talmudic Bitches…

Banned World-Wide: Satan’s Kingdom on Earth Talmudic Judaism Zionism and Gentile Whores
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No Surrender to jewish Tyrannical Empire
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Good news today. Another Dutch piece of Jihadi Shit has been killed in Syria, so they say. This time some Bearded Scumbag from Amsterdam got blasted.

I hope many more of these stinking disgusting Wahhabi Rats go to Hell!!

Go SAA and bless dr. Bashar al Assad!!

Greetings from the Netherlands to all of you

Stein Atle Bauge
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quote Nobilitatis: You should not spend more money than what you collect. Not as an individual, not as a business and not as a state. If you do you will pile debt. Here you demonstrate that you are completely ignorant of economics. There is a world of difference between what makes sense for an individual and at state level. Above you also say that my country Norway is not affected by Russian sanctions ‘because it is not in the EU’. Nonsense, Norway is even closer to the US than the EU politically and got as it deserves: countersanctions against it’s… Read more »
Nobilitatis
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Nobilitatis

Sorry, I did not know that about Norway. It always seemed like a neutral country.
Anyway there is no magic in economy which makes it reasonable to pile up debt that you could not pay back on state level.

Stein Atle Bauge
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Now it is a fact that debt piles up, but this is because we live with a primitive, unjust and obsolete monetary system, one that in the face of the various crises we face must now be changed.

Mentat
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Mentat

Check your own indoctrination at the door, mein Freund!

‘Economics’ is a science only insofar as it has been made an integral part of the overarching propaganda superstructure of ImperioCapitalist mass mind-control used to keep the subject populations docile and acquiescent to the myth that, to quote Thatcher, ‘there is no alternative’.

A good few of the comments on that page
are very worthwhile in relation to the Greek situation in particular.

Stein Atle Bauge
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or here:
http://ellenbrown.com/2015/03/10/the-ecbs-noose-around-greece-how-central-banks-harness-governments/#more-9137
Ellen Brown has earlier noted that Greece can solve it by issuing a state-controlled currency for Greece only, a currency that is not based on bank debt –something like the Greenback currency the Union used to win the American Civil war.

Stein Atle Bauge
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quote Nobilitatis: Anyway there is no magic in economy which makes it reasonable to pile up debt that you could not pay back on state level. In world operating on common sense this would be true but the world is increasingly dominated by financial institutions whose only product is debt. And the more of the is debt they can saddle states with the better for them, and the bigger the catastrophe for everybody else. This is what makes the US the supreme parasite: that it controls the debt-casino that is the current world economic order. The system must be changed… Read more »
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