The Truth About Syria

28 Aug

I will not vote for any politician, or party, unless they explicitly guarantee — in their policy platform — that no more Australians will be sent to fight / die in bankers’ wars.

I would rather donkey vote.

It looks like I’ll be donkey voting.

h/t Zero Hedge:

Presented with little comment aside to note that it seems appropriate to watch the following 133 seconds to get some context of just what is occurring once again…

All wars are bankers’ wars:


BTW, these are the same “insurgents” who apparently cut out and eat their victims’ hearts, and who the bankers / USA / UK / France / all the usual suspects are supporting –

Turkey finds sarin gas in homes of suspected Syrian Islamists – reports

And in other news –

Saudis offer Russia secret oil deal if it drops Syria


Is the Drive for War on Syria to Cover Up a War Crime?

According to the source, Russia’s ambassador in the UN Security Council, Vitaly Churkin, presented conclusive evidence – based on documents and Russian satellite images – of two rockets carrying toxic chemicals, fired from Douma, controlled by the Syrian “rebels”, and landing on East Ghouta. Hundreds of “rebels”, as well as civilians – including those children on the cover of Western corporate media papers – were killed. The evidence, says the Russian source, is conclusive. – Pepe Escobar

23 Responses to “The Truth About Syria”

  1. Tomorrows Serf August 28, 2013 at 3:08 pm #

    NO CHANCE of any Australian politician standing up and telling the truth..

    Not when that SOB Bob Carr is running around spriuking that Saddam, er, Ghaddafi, er Assad is gassing his own people- again….and we need to support our “righteous”, God-fearing (which God??) allies and bomb Syria back to the stoneage.

    There’s too much at stake for the bottom lines of Halliburton, KBR, Raytheon, Lockheed Martin and Northropp. (and the rest of the Military Industrial Complex).

    These psychopaths are criminally insane!!!

    • no chance September 6, 2013 at 12:05 pm #

      No chance of any prominent actor telling the truth.

  2. gusgrunt August 28, 2013 at 8:40 pm #

    If freedom of opinion and expression is so important then it is worthwhile asking some questions as to what this freedom allows.
    By allowing then means restrictions so what is freedom?

    There is no doubt that the human mind can be manipulated.
    Mainstream media, print and electronic, is controlled by the few news agencies, such as Reuters, who edit all news before it flows to the mainstream outlets.
    It seems that the Rothschild’s and their International Banking oligarchy own and control these agencies.

    It has been shown, as in the Bradley Manning case, that the public do not get the full story.
    Similarly, the Brendon O’Connell case where Brendon is doing 3 years in a WA jail for offering an opinion on Israeli/Mossad’s spying in Aus. and Bradley copped 35 years for offering the truth!
    It seems that the truth is on trial and the individual who dares utter it has to pay a price….. so much for free speech!
    Free speech is now ‘agency speech’ much like ‘the Ministry of Truth’ in 1984.
    The US media presided as judge and jury over Manning whilst our spineless media in Aus nary offered a fart to reveal the monstrous abuse of free speech that incarcerated Brendon O’Connell without a trial…… I am still coming to terms with this.

    So…… the questions,
    Why cannot we criticize Israel and Mossad?
    Why are we tagged ‘anti-semites’ when we do?
    Why is Israel the only winner in all the Middle East conflicts?
    Why is Israel training and supporting anti-government rebels in Syria?
    Why does Israel want to attack Iran?
    Why was the ‘Global Anti-Semitism Review Act’ passed in the US allowing Israel and Jews legal protection against criticism?
    Just a few of the very many.

    Read Zbigniew Brzezinski’s book “The Grand Chessboard”.
    Ziggy is a Zionist Jew so it’s from the horses mouth as he predicted all this carnage in the Middle East.
    Ziggy is no prophet….. just inside info!

    For my two bob’s worth it smacks of Russia and the Zionist Jewish Revolution…. Gus

    • The Blissful Ignoramus August 28, 2013 at 9:38 pm #

      My understanding is that Russia is a long-time victim of the zionist/internationalist/bankster revolutionaries. Not a culprit.

      • gusgrunt August 30, 2013 at 7:57 am #

        Was my reply scratched?…… Gus

        • The Blissful Ignoramus August 30, 2013 at 11:04 pm #

          I don’t think so Gus … my apologies, I’ve not been at a computer all day today (30th), and have not been checking comments/blogging much at all these past couple of weeks. While there are sometimes delays in moderating comments, it is very rare that I do not approve one.

    • bushbunny August 29, 2013 at 11:35 am #

      I think that Israel has its backs against the wall (or Mediterranean) and their country is militarized with conscription for the Sambras, but don’t underestimate how stressful it is for them there when all around them they are under attack. They are not that rich a country by the way. Their air force is one of the best in the world and the reason they win most times is they are prepared and their enemies are useless. Mossad well they are just as bad as the CIA and MI6, who after the 9/ll attacks on the twin towers, pentagon and luckily not the White house, was funded by Sadam not Bin Laden. It’s a mess, and I hope this does not escalate into another bigger war like Afghanistan and Iraq. If the UN has any guts, they will put strong restraints on the Syrian government or else, and not let the US of A do what they want to do without authorisation.

      • Kevin Moore August 29, 2013 at 12:29 pm #

        New York City is defined in the Federal Regulations as the United Nations. Rudolph Gulliani stated on C-Span that “New York City was the capital of the World” and he was correct.
        (20 CFR chapter 111, subpart 422.103 (b) (2) (2)

  3. bushbunny August 29, 2013 at 11:24 am #

    I agree Australia should not send troops, unless they are operating under the UN charter. I met a Syrian doctor six months ago, and he said the government started it, but the rebels are not always without fault. But this will not require troops, it will be conducted by air like in Libya. Tear gas if strong enough can kill But I don’t like the idea of intervention at all, but investigation of course. Anyone who has lived in the middle East, can tell you that these countries are very close together. Damascus is only a hours drive from Beirut. Israel is a tiny country, and having a friend there once, they are always on alert for gas attacks from their neighbors. But Australia having a seat on the security council now, probably will not go along with the rest, i.e. China & Russia. That’s if they dare, and with an election due soon, this Rudd hasn’t got a say in it. He forgets, that Sydney was attacked during the second world war, and being the prime target for enemies, sending our navy to the North is a mistake right now.

  4. JMD August 29, 2013 at 3:40 pm #

    Have a look at this;

    • The Blissful Ignoramus August 29, 2013 at 6:56 pm #

      Hmmmm … very interesting. Thanks JMD.

      • JMD August 29, 2013 at 7:51 pm #

        I’d say shocking, & I’ve watched dozens of these videos from ANNA.

        What’s the difference between dying of poison gas & copping a gut full of shrapnel when you’re walking down the street?

        Here’s an idea, send it to Barnaby, see what bullshit excuse he gives, if any. I might just do the same.

    • bushbunny August 30, 2013 at 1:20 pm #

      It is Russian I think, but other than Aleppo, a Syrian city, what are they saying or reporting. I don’t think Barnaby can do anything yet. He’s not part of the new government.

      • JMD August 30, 2013 at 11:14 pm #

        You think?

  5. Kevin Moore August 29, 2013 at 7:54 pm #

    I hope that war does not start before the 7th Sep creating a national emergency and a delayed election.

    There is a reason to believe the rush to war pursues the goal to prevent the UN inspection that Washington knows would disprove its claim and possibly implicate Washington in the false flag attack by the rebels, who could have staged a provocation, something they appear to have done before. The forthcoming attack is a blow to any hope of peaceful settlement. Now there is no incentive for the rebels to participate in the peace talks with the Syrian government as the West’s military is coming to their aid.

  6. Kevin Moore August 30, 2013 at 5:23 am #

    Based on the WWII fire bombing of German cities, the nuclear bombs dropped on Japan etc, the Middle East should understand what to expect.

    • bushbunny August 30, 2013 at 1:13 pm #

      Actually, the very nature of the Japanese was die and not surrender. The Americans paid dearly in the Pacific, and it would seem to have helped to prevent the Japanese from striking Australia. Other than the bombing of Darwin and Sydney strikes. But please don’t forget the so called fire bombing of German cities, was a response for the rocket VI and VIIs on London. I remember being evacuated back to Liverpool because of this, and seeing a church burning near where I lived in Brixton in London. War is not going to happen in Syria, Obama is threatening but has kept the door open should they use gas or nepalm again on their own civilians. I think that is fair enough.

      • Kevin Moore August 31, 2013 at 7:35 am #
        Irving on Churchill
        Dismantling Churchillian Mythology
        “………….We know what he wants because he’s told Joe Kennedy, the American Ambassador – Joseph P. Kennedy, father of the late President – “I want the Germans to start bombing London as early as possible because this will bring the Americans into the war when they see the Nazis’ frightfulness, and above all it will put an end to this awkward and inconvenient peace movement that’s afoot in my own Cabinet and among the British population.” I’ve opened Kennedy’s diary. I’ve also read Kennedy’s telegrams back to the State Department in Washington. They’re buried among the files. You can’t find them easily, but they are worth reading, and you see in detail what Churchill was telling him. What cynicism. Churchill deliberately provoking the bombing of his own capital in order to kill the peace movement. He’s been warned this would be the consequence, but he needs it. And still Hitler doesn’t do him the favor…………..”
        Dresden 1945: The Devils Tinderbox
        Was Pearl Harbour unavoidable?
        Why the dropping of atomic bombs on Japan was unnecessary

        • bushbunny August 31, 2013 at 4:01 pm #

          I think that Churchill was offended when Kennedy, the crook, said that England would lose any war with Germany. He was removed quickly back to America and Roosevelt actually condemned this statement. However, what is most probably correct, the bombing of Pearl Harbour was a tricky one. It seems intelligence from Britain told the Americans the Japanese fleet was on its way in their direction, and the American intelligence agency, did not pass on the info early enough. When it happened, Churchill did say, ‘Gud they will come in now..’ As far as the atom bombs were concerned, that is a strange thought, the Japanese diplomats were very cunning, and speaking peace to the Americans, after they invaded China, and then the strike. I think they pissed the yanks off. And with the Pacific engagements, well, don’t piss with them or else.

  7. Kevin Moore August 30, 2013 at 8:56 am #
    “…….In this online interactive I-book, we bring to the attention of our readers a selection of feature articles on the Syrian crisis.
    Our objective is to dispel the tide of media lies and government propaganda, which presents the events in Syria as a “peaceful protest movement”.
    The “protests” did not emanate from internal political cleavages as described by the mainstream media. From the very outset, they were the result of a covert US-NATO intelligence operation geared towards triggering social chaos, with a view to eventually discrediting the Syrian government of Bashar Al Assad and destabilizing Syria as a Nation State.
    Since the middle of March 2011, Islamist armed groups –covertly supported by Western and Israeli intelligence– have conducted terrorist attacks directed against government buildings including acts of arson. Amply documented, trained gunmen and snipers including mercenaries have targeted the police, armed forces as well as innocent civilians. There is ample evidence, as outlined in the Arab League Observer Mission report, that these armed groups of mercenaries are responsible for killing civilians.

    While the Syrian government and military bear a heavy burden of responsibility. it is important to underscore the fact that these terrorist acts –including the indiscriminate killing of men, women and children– are part of a US-NATO-Israeli initiative, which consists is supporting, training and financing “an armed entity” operating inside Syria……”

    • bushbunny August 31, 2013 at 4:04 pm #

      Who is the coalition’s minister for defense? He will be advising Tony Abbott anyway. Let’s hope it is someone that understands what defense means and how costly wars are to Australia.

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