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post May 23 2013, 09:14 AM
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Off duty British soldier beheaded in London. By the same group that Cameron wants to arm and fund (above board).

Cameron was actually in France seeking agreement to arm the "Syrian rebels"

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bQu-LokgVj4
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post May 23 2013, 04:29 PM
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Syrian Rebels in Trouble: German Intelligence Sees Assad Regaining Hold

Not even a year ago, German intelligence predicted Syrian autocrat Bashar Assad's regime would soon collapse. Now, the agency instead believes the rebels are in trouble. Government troops are set to make significant advances, it predicts.

By Matthias Gebauer

May 22, 2013 "Information Clearing House" -"Spiegel" - Germany's foreign intelligence agency, the Bundesnachrichtendienst (BND), has fundamentally changed its view of the ongoing civil war in Syria. SPIEGEL ONLINE has learned that the BND now believes the Syrian military of autocrat Bashar Assad is more stable than it has been in a long time and is capable of undertaking successful operations against rebel units at will. BND head Gerhard Schindler informed select politicians of the agency's new assessment in a secret meeting.

It is a notable about-face. As recently as last summer, Schindler reported to government officials and parliamentarians that he felt the Assad regime would collapse early in 2013. He repeated the view in interviews with the media.

At the time, the BND pointed to the Syrian military's precarious supply situation and large numbers of desertions that included members of the officer core. German intelligence spoke of the "end phase of the regime."

Since then, however, the situation has changed dramatically, the BND believes. Schindler used graphics and maps to demonstrate that Assad's troops once again possess effective supply lines to ensure sufficient quantities of weapons and other materiel. Fuel supplies for tanks and military aircraft, which had proved troublesome, are once again available, Schindler reported. The new situation allows Assad's troops to combat spontaneous rebel attacks and even retake positions that were previously lost. The BND does not believe that Assad's military is strong enough to defeat the rebels, but it can do enough to improve its position in the current stalemate.

Severing Rebel Supply Lines

The assessment appears to be consistent with recent reports from Syria, where government troops have been able to regain the upper hand in the region stretching from Damascus to Homs, including coastal areas near Homs. Furthermore, fighters loyal to Assad have expelled rebel fighters from several districts on the edge of Damascus and cut off their supply lines to the south. Currently, the regime is in the process of severing rebel supply lines to the west.

Meanwhile, the BND believes that rebel forces, which include several groups of Islamist fighters with ties to al-Qaida, are facing extreme difficulties. Schindler reported that different rebel groups are fighting with each other to attain supremacy in individual regions. Furthermore, regime troops have managed to cut supply lines for weapons and evacuation routes for wounded fighters. Each new battle weakens the militias further, the BND chief said.

Should the conflict continue as it has in recent weeks, says Schindler, government troops could retake the entire southern half of the country by the end of 2013. That would leave only the north for insurgent fighters, where Kurdish rebels have tighten control over their areas.

Lowering Expectations

Schindler's report on the state of the rebel groups allows little room for hope that serious talks between the insurgents and the Assad regime will take place soon. The BND says there is no functional chain of command between opposition leaders abroad and the militias inside of Syria. The fighters on the ground simply don't recognize the political leadership, says the BND.

The United Nations is currently doing all it can to encourage both sides to engage in peace talks in Geneva, though no date has been set. German Foreign Minister Guido Westerwelle is once again travelling to the Middle East on Wednesday to plan for such negotiations.

At a meeting of the "Friends of Syria" in the Jordanian capital of Amman, Westerwelle is set to meet with US Secretary of State John Kerry among others. But over the weekend, he sought to lower expectations, saying that it isn't clear yet whether the Assad regime is even prepared to engage in talks.

http://www.informationclearinghouse.info/article35047.htm
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post May 23 2013, 04:47 PM
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What the Syrian conflict is really all about...

Oil and Pipeline Geopolitics: The US-NATO Race for Syria’s Black Gold


Syria's proven oil reserves, amounting to 2.5 billion barrels

Syria’s proven oil reserves, amounting to 2.5 billion barrels, are greater than those of all neighboring countries except Iraq: according to the U.S. Energy Information Administration’s estimation of its oil reserves. This makes Syria one of the largest producers and exporters of crude oil in the Middle East.

The country also has large reserves of natural gas, hitherto used for domestic consumption, especially for conversion to gas-fired power plants. But there is a problem, the U.S agency reported that since 1964 the license for the exploration and exploitation of mineral deposits has been reserved for Syrian government agencies. Until 201O an annual income of more than $ 4 billion was procured from the export of oil, particularly to Europe. But things are changing with the war.

The ‘”Free Syrian Army” has taken control of important oil fields in Deir Ezzor. Other fields, in the Rumeilan, are controlled by the Kurdish Democratic Union Party, who are also hostile to the “rebels” with whom they have repeatedly clashed.

The U.S. / NATO strategy focuses on helping rebels to seize the oil fields with a twofold purpose: to deprive the Syrian state of revenue from exports, already strongly decreased as a result of the EU embargo, and to ensure that the largest deposits pass in the future, through the “rebels” under the control of the big Western oil companies.

Fundamental to this end, is the control of the internal pipelines. This has been sabotaged by the “rebels” in several places, especially near Homs where there is one of two refineries in the country, to stop the supply of petroleum products. But there is something strategically more important at stake: Syria’s role as a hub of alternative energy corridors, through Turkey and other pathways, controlled by the U.S. and the European Union.

The “war of pipelines” has begun: during its invasion of Iraq in 2003, the United States destroyed the Kirkuk-Banias pipeline carrying Iraqi oil to Syria. It remained in use, however, between Ain Zalah and Suweidiva.

Subsequently, in defiance of the prohibitions of Washington, Damascus and Baghdad have undertaken the project for two pipelines and a gas pipeline through Syria, connecting Iraqi fields to the Mediterranean and then to international markets.

Even more dangerous for Western interests is the agreement signed in May 2011 between Damascus, Baghdad and Tehran: it involves the construction of a gas pipeline through Iraq, which will transport Iranian natural gas to Syria and from there to foreign markets. These and other already funded projects, have been blocked by what the U.S. agency defines as “the uncertain security situation in Syria»

http://www.globalresearch.ca/oil-and-pipel...ck-gold/5330216
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post May 25 2013, 09:40 PM
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Syria’s failure to lose
By Gordon Duff and Press TV

http://www.veteranstoday.com/2013/05/24/sy...ailure-to-lose/

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post May 26 2013, 12:36 PM
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QUOTE (André @ May 26 2013, 02:40 AM) *
Syria’s failure to lose
By Gordon Duff and Press TV

http://www.veteranstoday.com/2013/05/24/sy...ailure-to-lose/


No way is this over

http://www.globalresearch.ca/us-and-allies...on-iran/5336426

Ever since the US/UK have been exposed as supporting the dregs that call themselves al qaeda or "Syrian rebels" have you noticed the two much publicized stabbing incidents in both London and Paris linked to "radical muslims" (the London incident has Manchurian candidate written all over it)?

The UK and France were the two countries at the forefront of trying to gain support for arming and financing the "Syrian rebels" aka CIA jihadis.

Pure psyops.
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post May 28 2013, 09:22 AM
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QUOTE (onesliceshort @ May 7 2013, 04:37 PM) *
Media manipulation, staging and lies proven:



FSA ("rebels") upload recent Israel attack on Gaza strip and claim it is Damascus




The same FSA thank Israel for bombing Syria



The same FSA burn Palestinian flag




"Rebels" from Libya,Tunisia, Egypt, Chechnya..."Arab Spring"? Bollocks.


EU lifts "arms to Syria rebels" embargo while John McCain pays a visit to the same group affiliated with those blowing the crap out of Iraq.


http://www.globalresearch.ca/european-powe...rorists/5336673

http://www.infowars.com/send-john-mccain-to-guantanamo-bay/

http://tribfox40.files.wordpress.com/2013/...ccain-syria.jpg


Remind me again, why are they so eager to remove Assad? Human rights? Bollox.


"Presstitutes".

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post May 28 2013, 01:52 PM
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Russia to send air-defence system to Syria

Minister rules out cancellation of S-300 missiles delivery while criticising EU for allowing arms embargo to expire.

http://www.aljazeera.com/news/middleeast/2...5917754264.html
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post May 28 2013, 06:06 PM
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come on. trusting any geopolitical subdivision is ridiculous (and don't take that to mean a singular geopolitical entity would be: au contraire, even less so). the american gov't has zero cred abroad, the chinese gov't as well. unless spending $125billion for internal security makes you popular with the home crowd and the russians, well, just ask the poles, czechs, hungarians or the finns ( who the older generation still goes by the motto, ' a russian is a russian even if fried in butter' because of the lovely little liberation they planned back in the winter of '39).

al-ciada, mossad, kgb... all bullshit. why, because they all (every alphabet soup agency worldwide) commit state-crimes against humanity. to sign on or support any of them is to take your thirty pieces of silver.
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QUOTE (GroundPounder @ May 28 2013, 11:06 PM) *
come on. trusting any geopolitical subdivision is ridiculous


It's not about trusting or promoting any one group or ideology but it's about recognizing that there are fundamental differences between an empire that is in decline and desperately trying hold on to it's power by whatever means, and emerging powers that are more interested in trade based on mutual interests. China and Russia will do business with anybody, from left to right, from Cuba to the USA, they offer a badly needed alternative to the USA and the IMF for loans and industrial development with comparatively few strings attached to third world countries. I believe in the long term we are moving towards a multipolar world, it doesn't mean utopia is near but it does offer possibilities.

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I will also add that Russia, China, the BRICS countries and most non western nations have no problems having normal respectful relation with countries that do not have a Rothschild based banking system, while the USA and it's allies are the rogue nations going to war at the service of the banksters, after Irak, Libya, Sudan has been split in two, Syria next, all that will be left is Iran, North Korea and Cuba.
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QUOTE (André @ May 27 2013, 06:54 PM) *
I will also add that Russia, China, the BRICS countries and most non western nations have no problems having normal respectful relation with countries that do not have a Rothschild based banking system, while the USA and it's allies are the rogue nations going to war at the service of the banksters, after Irak, Libya, Sudan has been split in two, Syria next, all that will be left is Iran, North Korea and Cuba.


maybe, maybe not. china became what is today because of banker money. to assume that there are no strings attached would be naive, me thinks. the chinese are having problems w/ the japanese, filipinos and the indians among others.

who isn't for peaceful trade? well probably not the imf, wto, etc. nafta uses 2400 pages to define 'free trade' while it could be described by an elementary school student in 2 sentences. you and i and x billion others probably could engage in it peacefully, but like you said, we have no power.

i think the powerz are of the mind set (just like the robert vaughn villain character in one of the superman movies), 'it is not enough that i succeed, it's that everyone else must fail'.

does the lord acton quote, 'power tends to corrupt, absolute power corrupts absolutely' , pose a conundrum for us the powerless?


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Who were the people posing in the recent picture of McCain?

http://www.dailystar.com.lb/News/Middle-Ea...x#axzz2Ujmw4ghe
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QUOTE (onesliceshort @ May 29 2013, 03:11 PM) *
Who were the people posing in the recent picture of McCain?

http://www.dailystar.com.lb/News/Middle-Ea...x#axzz2Ujmw4ghe


as nice as it would be to believe mccain has gone off the rails, sadly he is doing what he was programmed to do by his puppet masters. guy has been a whackjob since the uss forrestal incident.
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NATO Data: Assad Winning the War for Syrians’ Hearts and Minds

June 04, 2013 "Information Clearing House - LONDON — After two years of civil war, support for the regime of Syrian President Bashar Assad was said to have sharply increased.

NATO has been studying data that told of a sharp rise in support for Assad. The data, compiled by Western-sponsored activists and organizations, showed that a majority of Syrians were alarmed by the Al Qaida takeover of the Sunni revolt and preferred to return to Assad, Middle East Newsline reported.

“The people are sick of the war and hate the jihadists more than Assad,” a Western source familiar with the data said. “Assad is winning the war mostly because the people are cooperating with him against the rebels.”

The data, relayed to NATO over the last month, asserted that 70 percent of Syrians support the Assad regime. Another 20 percent were deemed neutral and the remaining 10 percent expressed support for the rebels.

The sources said no formal polling was taken in Syria, racked by two years of civil war in which 90,000 people were reported killed. They saidthe data came from a range of activists and independent organizations that were working in Syria, particularly in relief efforts.

The data was relayed to NATO as the Western alliance has been divided over whether to intervene in Syria. Britain and France were said to have been preparing to send weapons to the rebels while the United States was focusing on protecting Syria’s southern neighbor Jordan.

A report to NATO said Syrians have undergone a change of heart over the last six months. The change was seen most in the majority Sunni community, which was long thought to have supported the revolt.

“The Sunnis have no love for Assad, but the great majority of the community is withdrawing from the revolt,” the source said. “What is left is the foreign fighters who are sponsored by Qatar and Saudi Arabia. They are seen by the Sunnis as far worse than Assad.”

This article was originally published at World Tribune -
http://www.informationclearinghouse.info/article35176.htm
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Did an Israel lobby front group organize McCain’s trip to Syria?

By Maidhc Ó Cathail

June 05, 2013 "Information Clearing House - In an attempt to dispel embarrassing reports that Senator John McCain’s “surprise” trip to Syria featured a meeting with kidnappers — including Mohammad Nour of the Northern Storm rebel group — behind the 2012 abduction of 11 Lebanese religious pilgrims, The Daily Beast’s Josh Rogin cited Mouaz Moustafa, the executive director of a little-known organization called The Syrian Emergency Task Force:

“Nobody self-identified as Nour, and none of the guys who were standing outside were in the meeting with McCain,” said Mouaz Moustafa, executive director of the Syrian Emergency Task Force, an American nonprofit that helped organize the McCain trip. Moustafa is in the picture and was also inside McCain’s meeting with the rebel commanders, along with Task Force political director Elizabeth O’Bagy.

Rogin’s defense of McCain, of course, rests on the perceived independence of Moustafa’s “NGO.” The Syrian Emergency Task Force, however, appears to have close ties to one foreign government and its powerful American lobby. Not only is Mouaz Moustafa listed as one of the Washington Institute’s “experts,” he recently addressed the AIPAC-created think tank’s annual Soref symposium on the theme of “Inside Syria: The Battle Against Assad’s Regime.”

Even more intriguingly, one of the web addresses for Moustafa’s nonprofit is “syriantaskforce.torahacademybr.org.” The “torahacademybr.org” URL belongs to the Torah Academy of Boca Raton, Florida whose academic goals notably include “inspiring a love and commitment to Eretz Yisroel.”

Of course, none of this will come as any surprise to those familiar with John McCain’s lifelong service to the Land of Israel, a commitment that has invariably been at the expense of U.S. interests.

Update: Asked by a social media friend for his thoughts on my piece, Moustafa tweeted:

“utter BS I was born in a refugee camp denied entry to Palestinian territories by Israel even with American passport”

Perhaps his friends in the lobby can put in a good word for him.

After all, he helped organize their leading American asset’s trip to Syria; he’s a contributor to WINEP’s forum for Arab democrats; and for a dispossessed Palestinian refugee bears remarkably few grudges. “The Jewish American community here has always supported humanitarian causes and has always stood by the right thing,” he recently told the Jewish Daily Forward, “and I hope they’ll continue to do so.”

http://www.informationclearinghouse.info/article35185.htm
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After all, he helped organize their leading American asset’s trip to Syria; he’s a contributor to WINEP’s forum for Arab democrats; and for a dispossessed Palestinian refugee bears remarkably few grudges. “The Jewish American community here has always supported humanitarian causes and has always stood by the right thing,” he recently told the Jewish Daily Forward, “and I hope they’ll continue to do so.”


Wow. So busted.

The CIA mercenaries aka Al Nusra were actually filmed burning a Palestinian flag too not so long ago.

"Al Qaeda" have never attacked Israeli targets. Soft or hard.

http://www.sott.net/article/262450-Meet-the-Friends-of-Jihad

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Kerry complains about Assad receiving outside assistance from Hezbollah forces....hypocrisy preached to the idiocracy

http://www.infowars.com/kerry-complains-ab...hters-in-syria/

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MSM has backed off the cheerleading for the uprising in Turkey. Wonder why...

http://www.globalresearch.ca/turkey-and-th...erdogan/5338628
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There was a double "suicide bombing" in Damascus today. 14 people died.

Here's how the presstitutes at Huffington Post described it:



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DAMASCUS, Syria — Twin suicide bombers targeted a police station in the center of Damascus Tuesday, killing 14 people as regime forces aggressively pressed ahead with an offensive on rebel strongholds elsewhere in the country. The rush hour blasts, which caused extensive damage to cars and storefronts, demonstrated the ability of insurgents to strike deep in the heart of President Bashar Assad's regime despite a series of recent setbacks on the battlefield.

The bombings, which occurred in central Marjeh Square near the Interior Ministry, were the first such attacks to target the capital since regime forces, backed by fighters from the Lebanese Hezbollah group, chased rebels from the strategic town of Qusair nearly a week ago.

Prime Minister Wael al-Halqi said the attacks were a result of "the bankruptcy of the terrorist groups and those behind them because of the exceptional victories of our heroic armed forces all over Syria."

Al-Halqi said Qusair's fall has rattled the enemies of Syria and pledged that the army would soon restore security and stability to the entire nation. The regime refers to the rebels as "terrorists."

Source.


Cockroaches.
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