WHAT THE FRENCH AREN’T TELLING YOU; AND WHAT SYRPER IS TELLING YOU

Algerian citizens massacred by the French in Algeria during that country’s war with Colonial France.  The French killed over One Million Algerian Muslim Arabs.

 

Nobody wants to say it, but, I will: The French do not have a long memory at all.  And neither do the British when it comes to the more hideous crevices in their mutually oppressive histories.  Gee, 129 citizens were killed by some Islamist militants.  How does that compare to what France did in Algeria?  Heck, the British oversaw the implantation of European Jews in Palestine and the extirpation of the autochthonous people of Arab Palestine, essentially dooming our region to eons of instability and conflict.  So, when the French get hit, I feel for their innocents – but, I feel nothing but contempt for the political leaders who deliberately nurtured the various terrorist groups who, most conveniently, operated out of those countries which feel the most gratitude to the French and British, i.e. Jordan and Turkey.  It is pure Schadenfreude.  Sorry. But, that’s how it is.

The Turks love the French.  After all, the French gave them a chunk of Syrian land where everybody spoke, amazingly, Syrian Arabic!  They gave Hatay to them, along with Iskandaroon and Rayhaaniyya without so much as a twitch of shame.

And the Jordanians love the English who gave them a piece of Southern Syria and called it Transjordan.  They gave the land to a race of grubs from the Hijaaz by the name of The Hashemites…a clan at odds with the Wahhabist Saudi riff-raff who took the entire peninsula with all its oil, sand and horse flies the size of sparrows.  Today, it gets even better; the Jordanian king, ‘Abdullah II, has a mother who is really English (Antoinette Avril Gardiner) and he can hardly speak Arabic without a hint of aphasia.  He can’t wait to help his brethren in Old Blighty.  The Brits have got to stick together, after all.

What the French won’t tell you is that all the while, as they served the interests of the Saudi Arabian cockroaches, they were looking aside at the fanatical preaching of Muslim clergymen who received monthly stipends from the KSA embassy in Paris to organize young men and women into potential terrorists.  The terrorists who perpetrated the monstrous act last Friday in the French capital were all students of the same clique of rabblerousing, hypocritical and nihilistic shamans.  And Hollande, who is more engorged with Syrian blood than even ‘Abdullah of Jordan, knew full well that the French Surete was only keeping an “indifferent eye” on these murderous gangsters.  The French government is steeped in the blood of the Syrian people and the people of France.

Francois Hollande is now the odd man out in Paris.  He is regularly ignored by French parliamentarians who are flocking to Damascus in an effort to meet with and cajole our president.  Suddenly, French politicians are suggesting the formerly unspeakable: a relationship with Ba’athist Syria which is sensible and rational.  In a recent poll conducted by Le Figaro, 70% of those French men and women who participated insisted that Dr. Assad remain the president of Syria.  Hollande would do better if he looked at his own polls to see how he fares in the minds and hearts of his citizens.  It is well know that his approval rating is about the number of American football players on one team.  Given this new atrocity, which would have been prevented had Hollande and his security chiefs placed the interests of their countrymen above those of the quasi-simian Arabian savages, Marine Le Pen is a virtual shoe-in for president when the elections come around.  She has been speaking sensibly for years about this problem of France qua “refuge for terrorists”.

 

France is not over the failure in Syria.  Even though French members of Parliament are seeking the friendship of Dr. Assad, the Parisian policy of unseating the legitimate president of a member state of the U.N.,  with all the echoes of international illegalisms, remains the purpose of Hollande and his coterie of sycophants.   As long as he desperately needs Saudi money to keep his failing economy afloat, he will not resist the repugnant Saudi idee fixe of overthrowing Dr. Assad’s government.   This is why Hollande has become a gangster.  He, as I wrote 2 years ago, was complicit in the assassination of Sakine Cansiz in Paris.  He personally had knowledge that Abdullah Ocalan, the PKK’s imprisoned leader,  wanted her silenced before she made her trip to Germany where it was expected she was going to reveal what she knew about the defalcations of the PKK under Ocalan’s leadership.  She was also going to pull the veil off what Ocalan was negotiating with Hakan Fidan, the head of Turkey’s all-seeing Gestapo.   When Hollande was contacted about this matter, he gave the okay for the hit on French soil.  To this date, investigation into Cansiz’s murder has been half-hearted and has bore little fruit.

Hollande is desperate to prove his credentials as a war-time leader.  Don’t pooh-pooh those who believe Hollande knew about this operation which resulted in 129 victims.  He knew about the clergymen who regularly preached hatred and jihad in his own country with the financial aid of the Saudi Arabian mass murderers.  The French had an S-list which contained the names of over 10,000 individuals suspected of sympathizing with international terrorism, yet, did nothing to interdict their movements and operations.  The mastermind of the attack on Friday, a Moroccan by the name of ‘Abdul-Hamid `Abaa-‘oud, boasted that he had slinked through Europe without a hitch, sniggering at the security organizations there, snorting at their incompetence.  But what that dung beetle was not telling you was that the French government was in cahoots with the Saudis to permit precisely that kind of maneuvering. `Abaa-‘oud and his cohorts were a protected species which could not be touched lest Hollande rile the Saudis.

 

Abdelhamid Abaaoud: the suspected mastermind in Paris attacks

The Moroccan “mindermast” who masterminded the Friday, November 13, 2015, attacks in Paris is seen here snickering at Gallic incompetence.  He may have had no idea he was operating with the full cooperation of Hollande’s government.

 

The French president is now in the cross-hairs.  How much did he know about the activities of Islamist militants in his own country?  He clearly has been a willing participant in the carnage across Syria.  His agents were running operations in Northern Lebanon with the extremists as of 2012 when NATO made the decision to extend help to the doomed insurrection against the legitimate government of Syria.  France was as neck-deep in the plot to overthrow the Damascus government as Turkey or Saudi Arabia or, certainly, Qatar, for that matter.  So why is it so hard to comprehend how the massacre of last Friday took place?

This whole mess is centered around the belief, early on, that President Assad would fall quickly after the start of the Der’ah “revolution”.  When that did not happen, the NATO countries, complicit in this scheme,  found themselves stuck in an operation which engendered the same dangers which they hoped would be foisted only on Syria.  But the stench came back to their own sewers eventually and now they have to deal with that problem – with all the perils inherent in treating with confirmed sociopathic murderers like the terrorist pictured herein-above.  The terrorism enablers found that the black magic had careened back to the sorcerer.

All this begs this question which the French people must as themselves:  Was the attack of November 13, 2015 terrorism?  Or was it state-sponsored terrorism?  Maybe Hollande has an answer.   Ziad Abu Fadel.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

(From Nikola Proevski)

 

 

 

 

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NEWS AND COMMENT:

Pepe Escobar wonders aloud how Carter can bring himself to say the things he does: (Thanks, Owen Gilvarry)

http://www.counterpunch.org/2015/11/12/the-pentagons-empire-of-whining/

Enjoy this one about how ISIS was created by the U.S.and really doesn’t even exist:

http://www.zerohedge.com/news/2015-11-17/theres-no-such-thing-isis-journalist-destroys-wests-terror-narrative-warns-crackdown

Tony Cartalucci explains how the West will exploit the events in Paris to promote their nefarious agenda:

http://www.activistpost.com/2015/11/west-leverages-paris-attacks-for-syria-endgame.html

Writing for Global Research, Brandon Turbeville exposes the new NATO hoax:

http://www.globalresearch.ca/u-s-turkey-joint-operation-designed-to-save-isis-not-destroy-it/5489887

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There have been hundreds of these false flag events and yes Europe has a lot to answer for killing people on several continents for centuries. I read that my ancestors the Crusading Knights used to rape Arab women and then nurture the offspring to become IS type of agents, tools of death. Considering how IS would rather inflict this on Russia at the moment it looks like French Security allowed this to take place. No success in Russia, so far, touch wood. I have a huge distaste for Germany and France. They are so out of touch. I know both… Read more »

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President al-Assad to Rai Uno TV
http://sana.sy/en/?p=61860

US intentionally spare ISIS in Syria, want terrorists to weaken Assad – Russian FM
https://www.rt.com/news/322482-lavrov-us-isis-assad/

US-led strikes on ISIS positions in Syria selective, Lavrov asserts
http://sana.sy/en/?p=61729

Putin the ‘Only Defender of Christianity’ – Bashar Assad
Read more: http://sputniknews.com/middleeast/20151118/1030307330/assad-putin-christianity.html#ixzz3ruM1rsHA

Classic Putin: ‘To Forgive The Terrorists Is Up To God, But To Send Them To Him Is Up To Me’
http://russia-insider.com/en/politics/classic-putin-forgive-terrorists-god-send-them-him-me/ri11258

UN demands Israel annul Golan annexation decision…al-Jaafari stresses right to fully restore occupied Golan
http://sana.sy/en/?p=61789

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This is wonderful if true ” ISIL Militants Fleeing Palmyra after Disclosure of Syrian-Hezbollah Forces’ Imminent Operation (FNA)- The ISIL terrorists are fleeing Palmyra (Tadmur) in Homs province after different sources informed of an imminent large-scale operation of the pro-government force, including army, popular forces and Hezbollah, to recapture the militant-held city, local sources said Wednesday. The sources said that the ISIL militants, who have heard about dispatch of hundreds of Hezbollah fighters to Palmyra to join Syrian army, are leaving Palmyra and its nearby areas in groups to find safer location inside or outside of the country. On Tuesday,… Read more »

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Salutations Ziad. I bring more bad news of those garlic-reeking folks.
I don’t know where this was taken, but the caption in French (robot translate below) says in was the fucking Frenchies going wild.
Hassanali Mohsin Kessani shared Safia M Dhaouadi’s post to the group: Syrian Perspective.
23 hrs ago
“A hospital for infants bombed this week by the international coalition thinking targeting the Islamic State. Total silence of the media on this carnage. Want Peace, yes, but not in slaughtering innocent beings.
Bombardment of new born baby’s hospital in Syria”
Horrific photos —
https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?fbid=931530396921687&set=pcb.1018265114878696&type=3&relevant_count=3
https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?fbid=931530443588349&set=pcb.1018265114878696&type=3&relevant_count=1

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Nailed it Ziad.

Or was it state-sponsored terrorism?

I vote Yes on the above

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I wish some protesters in france would parade those pics around,,,yes it’s possible this paris thing was orchestrated by them ,i would not be surprised to find more attacks soon in say UK who is also drooling to get in this fight,,or some other western allied EU country with an army ,,i recall nutjob telling france it would be a grave mistake to accept Palestinian statehood ,and now that spain has issued a warrant for the arrest of nutjobyahood they may face a similar fate,,as i said they want more western boots on the ground,so a few more blood gory… Read more »

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Russia should send a massive groundforce as soon as possible, they will be seen as heroes also by Europeans who are opposing Puting . Also will it prevent as a buffer against any other foreign boots on the ground.These attacks have everything to do with the succes of the Syrian army lately, and the french want to have public support for an invasion in Syria. If Iran is smart they will send a massice groundforce accomponied by close airsupport. That is by the way key for a quick victory….Massive close airsupport for every SAA unit in Syria.

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Well Australia, you thought you could blame Putin for shooting down passenger planes, annexing peninsulas which voted for him and even shirtfront him when he was the black sheep in the world community. Now he is the power broker. Get fucked Aussies! We don’t need you! Russia’s objection prompted Australia’s exclusion from the Syrian peace talks in Vienna last week despite the latter’s participation in Syria against the Islamic State. Although Malcolm Turnbull and Vladimir Putin had a meeting in Turkey after, Julie Bishop’s exclusion has drawn attention to what was called the “Moscow gap.” Twenty countries convened in Vienna… Read more »

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it was a full-blown NATO black-op to get a foot into the closing door in syria 😉

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Good one! Another rag head bites the dust! Syrian man kills judge at ISIS Sharia Court for beheading his brother November 19, 2015 – 11:47 AM News Code : 720528 Source : Kurdish independent agency A Syrian young man killed a judge from the radical group of Islamic State (ISIS) along with two of his escorts in the city of Manbij in Aleppo province, north Syria, local sources reported on Wednesday. Ahlul Bayt News Agency – A Syrian young man killed a judge from the radical group of Islamic State (ISIS) along with two of his escorts in the city… Read more »

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Ziad in the fog of the Paris attacks Putin has jumped Hollande and added France” for the time being at least” into the coalition of the willing, as opposed to the coalition of the killing.. Putin has upped the ante in regards to the air war, with reports of more aircraft, helicopters ordinance ect, and he has now taken Lebanon on board with some sort of agreement to protect them How will NATO respond The west is losing the information war and their is no appetite for actual war,in most western nations,, so boots on the ground are unlikely Our… Read more »

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An old Armenian man told me his story of WW1: At the end of WW1 many Armenian men around Adana were signed up as French policemen. Among his adventures as a policeman one story stands out in my mind. Just before the French were to leave the area that would be reoccupied by the Turks he had to guard a wagon train from the Turks to the French. He was told that the wagons contained the gold that the Turks paid the French for the return of the French occupied area. He didn’t say if Hatay was part of the… Read more »

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As an aside: making geographical sense of the frontlines and combat zones is a veritable nightmare. Google earth spells city names in its own random way or… not at all. At least 70% of the towns around big cities go unnamed. Almasdar news sometimes spells the same town two different ways in the same article. Fars news speaks of battles in Homs when describing action near kuweiris airport; I have found reports of battles around Ghouta near the jordanian border and close to idlib… Siiigh i knew of “Fog of war” but now i’m getting acquainted with “Fog of spelling”… Read more »

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Well, although I wasn’t old enough to be a teenager, I remember the tail end events in Algeria like it was yesterday. All that can be accredited to OAS, which did the handy work, and De Gaulle who did the ordering. Check this out: Organisation de l’armée secrète https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Organisation_de_l%27arm%C3%A9e_secr%C3%A8te or the same but: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Commando_Delta De Gaulle: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Charles_de_Gaulle Check this character also: Jean-Pierre Cherid (fl. 1954 – March 19, 1984 in Biarritz, France [1]) was a far right French activist and later mercenary of Moroccan descent. A former French paratrooper, he first became a member of the Organisation de l’armée secrète… Read more »

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First here is THE YOUTUBE VIDEO that i mentioned yesterday.It is AWESOME.The Russian planes destroying lines and lines of oil tankers waiting to be loaded with ISIS stolen oil.

These are the same tankers that the COALITION could not find although they were in wide open dessert and lined up for miles.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WgYbiCGYy2c

There are a few longer versions on that page.The one i loaded is just over a minute-but u will replay it.

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Putin Outed ISIS’s G20 Financiers — But Not a Single Western Media Outlet Has Reported It A revealing silence from the “free” western press By Rudy Panko Global Research, November 19, 2015 Russia Insider 17 November 2015 Theme: 9/11 & ‘War on Terrorism’, Media Disinformation We’ve been very patient. For the last 12 hours we’ve been constantly refreshing Google News for just one — one — western article about Putin’s bombshell comments at the G20 summit in Antalya. You would think that the Russian President stating publicly that ISIS is receiving money from 40 different countries, including G20 members, would… Read more »

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In my opinion, the Paris shootings were a French false flag – – all the signs are there.

al Masdar: Pommy cabinet weene says, ‘We’re going to war’. Yeah, what’s this ‘we’ shit? Your ass won’t be on the line, pogue.

http://www.almasdarnews.com/article/british-cabinee-going-to-war/

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Myself and many others stated in various ways, that point blank, when russia joined this war, it was the beginning of the end. I now see that they are proving a point, since in addition to the usual warplanes flying below the clouds…. we now have bears, backfires/blinders, and blackjacks.

OOPS.

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please keep flying south to riyadh.

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There are a few longer versions on that page.The one i loaded is just over a minute-but

u will replay it.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5JW7aBYAUk8

this one is over 2 minutes

includes tanker farms being taken out plus what is in the other one–unreal damage

They -FRENCH POLICE-CAUGHT AND killed the leader of the attacks.Will post the link shortly

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Thanks Ziad for your astute historical background. I recall my dad mentioning to me growing up that the French killed a million Algerians in the Algerian wars. Blowback (karma?) is always a potential factor in these terror attacks. What bothers me about these false flag and/or blowback terror attacks is that state forces always kill the alleged perpetrators. They never want to get one alive. And even if they do there is no proper trial. Regarding 9-11 for instance there has never been a trial and no evidence of any kind has ever been presented in a court of law… Read more »

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Good morning, folks. I have some tidbits about Syria and the region from an inside source, I’d like to share with you. These are from a friend and there are no links or corroborations. In the Austrian negotiations or summit or whatever you’d like to call it. While FM Zarif of Iran and Sec. Kerry where talking in private on the sidelines, Jubair of the demented kingdom of horrors rudely cuts in and tells Kerry that he would like to have him meet with the Turks and Qatar’s reps, Zarif tells Kerry “you see this is the culture of your… Read more »

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As usual the LOONS on this site blame everyone but themselves for yet another atrocity.

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There are many links now about this on google–i just took one

Paris attacks: Mastermind Abdelhamid Abaaoud confirmed dead as France admits they did not know he was in Europe – live
Isil terrorist was “riddled” with bullets following police raid and had to be identified by saliva samples.

http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/worldnews/europe/france/12004756/Paris-attacks-Abdelhamid-Abaaoud-police-France-terrorist-Islamic-State-flight-live.html

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DO NOT FEED THE TROLL , i repeat . DO NOT FEED THE TROLL

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so they bombed saraqib today, isis headquarters in idlib?

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South Front – International Military Review – Syria-Iraq battlespace – Nov. 19, 2015

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German Talk Show – A Syrian and a German vs the American general – English Subs

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Dear Ziad,
I have been reading your blog for some time and appreciate your info’s.
However, you genuinely reposted a picture labeled “two French soldiers …” that has been cropped from an original picture of Spanish soldiers dated back to 1922.
refer http://nacioncanaria.blogspospot.fr blog dated 7/11/09
I do doubt that the people which manipulated this picture have done it for the best motives you could share.
It would be fully at your honor to amend your post.
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Jeremy Corbyn: No free vote on Syria air strikes

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Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn has said he will not allow his MPs a free vote on whether to extend UK air strikes into Syria.

Mr Corbyn told the BBC Labour would consider the question “as a party”.

On his first visit to Wales as party leader, Mr Corbyn said the priority should be a political settlement in the war-torn country, in order to “isolate” so-called Islamic State.

Events in Syria are “beyond appalling” he said, adding that “there has to be a political solution – all wars end with a political solution”.

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House passes bill adding barriers for Syrian and Iraqi refugees entering US

House of Representatives approves legislation making entry even more difficult for refugees, but Obama has said he will veto and Senate is unlikely to vote on it

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Ziad, even without going back to the selective amnesia over Algerian deaths, we have amnesia right here in the present over Iraq, Afghanistan Libya, and of course, Syria in progress. Everyone has heard of Paris, but no one in the West has heard of Jisr Al-Shughoor, or is even aware that a huge ground war is in progress against terrorism by anyone other than the Kurds. The huge number of Syrian dead compared to the French are simply airbrushed away. Given that Russia, Iran, Hezbollah and Syria were already on the case, the events in Paris seem too precise and… Read more »

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Flight A321 Crash: The Qatari Trace http://journal-neo.org/2015/11/19/a321-crash-the-qatari-trace/ A number of Arab and Israeli experts have expressed a different view: in reality, the downing of the Russian aircraft has been organized by the British MI6 and Qatari special services, due to their desire to replace Abdel Fattah el-Sisi because of his rapid rapprochement with Moscow and the positive role he plays in pursuit of a Syrian settlement. The Daily Beast believes that technical training and expertise necessary to prepare this attack was much higher than is required to merely gun people down with a Kalashnikov. This journal doesn’t believe that ISIL… Read more »

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EU Might End Friendship With US as Washington’s Policies Hurt Europe Europe has suffered a great deal over the past couple of years due to US-fueled anti-Russian rhetoric that Washington forced on the EU, John Laughland, the director of Studies at the Institute of Democracy and Cooperation, told Radio Sputnik http://sputniknews.com/politics/20151119/1030417735.html The EU is beginning to realize that they are the ones paying the price for Washington’s anti-Russian rhetoric and poor US policies in the Middle East. The United States is destroying Europe by helping to cause the refugee crisis in the Middle East and terrorist attacks, Laughland said. “If… Read more »

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Hillary Clinton Hopes to Work With Russia on Creating No-Fly Zones in Syria

Hillary Clinton said on Thursday she hoped to work with Russia on establishing no-fly zones in Syria

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“I am advocating… no-fly zone over northern Syria close to the Turkish border, cutting of the supply lines, trying to provide some safe refuges for refugees so they don’t have to leave Syria creating a safe space away from the barrel bombs and the other bombardment by the Syrians. And I would certainly expect to and hope to work with the Russians to be able to do that,” Clinton said.

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Bilal Erdogan, son of “Sultan” Erdogan is to be targeted for elimination.

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White House Preparing List of Syrian Opposition for Talks With Assad

The United States is compiling a list of opposition groups that will take part in the political transition process in Syria

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Kerry: “well let me see here”

1 – Israel
2 – Chechnya
3 – Turkey
4 – Azerbaijan
5 – Uzbekistan
6 – Turkmenistan
7 – Kazakhstan
8 – Pakistan
9 – Kyrgyzstan
10 – Tajikistan
11 – Afghanistan
12 – Uigurystan
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France, did you think that all your killings, state-sponsored terror, repression, thefts of natural resources and tyrannical actions against your so-called colonie d’exploitation would not have consequences? It might take awhile, but eventually people, whether they live in Africa, the Middle East or SE Asia, get tired of being under the boot of tyranny and strike back. Call it karma, call it retribution or justice, what happened on November 13 was to be expected eventually, unless your people are so brainwashed by state media they think they are exceptional and immune from consequences. Just like many Americans. Yes, France, being… Read more »

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Different kinds of excrement:

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Syrians should stand and fight and not run away and leave the fighting to others. This is cowardness. Your country needs you and what do they do? Run to Europe. Why? So these traitors think that when the war is over, they will return. They ran out and left brave men to fight and die for them , so now they want to be welcomed back?

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A thoughtful comment on Paris incidents, unfortunately in GER language only.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mWPnsh1kd7M

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Dear Ziad and readers, what you wrote about how the French knew who these terrorists were i will also like to add that i’ll bet they knew what was going to happen and let it happen, i have been writing the same as you Ziad on many forums and will say it here as well. 1. The french knew what was going to happen and let it happen so they could invade Syria as the people there did not want to get involved. 2. the French the next day arrested over 100 people suspected of terrorism, if they knew who… Read more »

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The Most Important Question About ISIS That Nobody Is Asking

http://www.zerohedge.com/news/2015-11-19/most-important-question-about-isis-nobody-asking

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Latest map on Dayr Hafir plains, it has the day’s gains but yet not with the latest at the train station (right below the M15 name) and further east there is a black box where it is the production plant, fight is on there right now. Over all this is by far the most accurate map I have ever seen on the reality of the Dayr Hafir very fluid battle, things will change overnight for sure.

https://twitter.com/ArtRosinski/status/667404418816569346

https://twitter.com/Gjoene/status/667428796904120320

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Someone needs to calm president Putin down, you can not get mad or angry in a fight as deadly as this, if you do then you will lose focus and be fighting their fight, Ok sir, you threw missiles and bombed the terrorists for 3 days, it is time to let go, lets get back to the original game plan and push the bastards out Syria and Iraq in to Arabia where they belong. The fact that they attack civilians in Lebanon, Iraq and France is a testament to them feeling the hurt from the beating their taking from the… Read more »

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Thanks for the new info, Ziad. My personal hunch is that Russia is having to play a very complex game right now. A wrong move will mean WWIII. That said, allowing the US and its jackal clients to install a NATO-Saudi puppet in Syria would mean total defeat–for all on the side of multi-polar sanity and stability. More, the US hasn’t made its long-game clear–and I think Putin is fighting for Hollande’s soul. If Hollande’s works against Russia and the Syrian goverment–this would mean war with Russia. So, I agree with your lack of trust–because Syria has been betrayed many… Read more »

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Two Australians Among Group Arrested In Kuwait For Allegedly Supplying Isis
Guardio’s brief item quotes Kuwait’s news agency, says a Lebanese, an Egyptian, five Syrians and a Kuwaiti national, were also involved.
TOWs were among the weapons planned to be delivered to the rodents.
Note that Russian diplomats recently went to Kuwait and sat them down for some straight talk.
http://www.theguardian.com/world/2015/nov/20/two-australians-among-group-arrested-in-kuwait-for-allegedly-supplying-isis