We've Just Got To Get Outta Syria Now!

Adelaide, Australia
October 2, 2016 9:50pm CST
Sensationalist mainstream media loves to call the conflict in Syria a "Civil War", which is completely false. It is a foreign-backed incursion. The whole thing started back in 2011 when the USA, UK, Turkey, Qatar & Saudi Arabia targeted Syria for regime change because it was next in line for their plan to encircle Russia with BDMS, giving the USA first strike capability in a nuclear war which nobody will win. Let's have a look at Who started the initial demonstrations against the Syrian Government in 2011. These were Not spontaneous rebellions by the Syrian people at all. Not by a long shot. Organized groups joined to Anglo-American networks did this to "spread democracy". Such groups included the International Republican Institute & 'Oxford - trained' Gene Sharp's "Non-Violent Revolution" movement. These groups have all been involved in all of the various "colour revolutions" that the US & UK have supported in East Europe to illegally expand NATO for the end goal of Russian Containment. Now, these opposition groups to the Syrian Government have often been called " moderate rebels" in our mass media. In truth, they are dominated by a mix of extreme "Islamic" terrorist organizations, like al-Nusra & ISIS, both of which come from al-Qaeda which has a proven money trail going back to Saudi Arabia. When President Obama came to power, instead of doing what he promised, he backed George W Bush in keeping a critically revealing 28 pages of the USCJI on 9/11 under wraps right up until July 15 when public pressure forced a public release, which is now up on the US Government website for free download. As of just a few days ago, the US victims of 9/11 are now free to pursue the Saudi Royals, the British Royals, Blairites & Authors of PM Thatchers al-Yamamah oil-for-arms deal in US courts. This went ahead despite a huge campaign recently to the tune of US$5 billion from Saudi Arabia just to lobby against JASTA. They hired two former US Senators, a top PR Firm & several high-powered consulting & lobbying firms, tried organise the UN & the EU to back them to the hilt & flew a Saudi Prince in to give a speech at the UN General Assembly Meeting to try to stop JASTA from going ahead, while the EU formally issued a demarquet(?) for the state department demanding proceedings being stopped should JASTA go ahead & the Saudi's defence department wrote letters and emails were sent to all members of parliament warning of dire consequence if JASTA were to go ahead - that's straight from the Saudi Government. Big businesses (boycott them!) like Dow Chemical, Chevron, Faulding, General Electric, etc formed the failed lobby against JASTA. Even Britain's Telegraph & our own US Ambassador warned the world against JASTA & failed. In Syria (as well as pre-regime-change Iraq & Libya), unlike neighbouring Qatar & Saudi Arabia, women & minorities have equal rights & the people have freedom of religion, just like India where hundreds of religions live side-by-side in peace & harmony. Prior to Syria's foreign invasion, it was the safest of all Arab Country with no kidnappings, anyone could walk around freely without threat & it was a tremendously friendly place with a beautiful energy. Forty years of peace with Israel. Women in Syria had far more rights than those of Any Arab country. They did not just have "religious tolerance", but religious harmony - a certain love of all the world's religions, making them unique in all the world. Although the US claims to fight ISIS, etc, documents released under the Freedom of Information act by the Defense Intelligence Agency show that the DIA warned the White House four years ago that 1. the USA was supporting Islamic Terrorist Groups in Syria & 2. These groups would establish an Islamic state. The DIA head at the time stated that the White House wilfully ignored the warning. The US openly supports terrorist groups in Syria which are no different to ISIS & are very, very similar (really, just the name is different until it leaves a sour taste in the media). A few months ago, US-backed group Nour al-Din al-Zinki screened themselves beheading a 12 year old lad in Syria. Now let's blow the lid on the single source the mass media use for their "eye-witness" accounts - photos & videos. The Syria Civil Defense (SCD) - a title that was co-opted from a real humanitarian organisation formed in 1953 that is still functioning in government occupied Syria, love to bring us "evidence" of Syrian Government &/or Russian Air attacks killing innocent civilians. This fake SCD has operatives calling themselves White Helmets (sounds like the mark of the white hand in LOTR to me!). This mob have their HQ in Istanbul, Turkey which is funded by the British Government & the US Government as well as a whole heap of Western NGOs. The founder & Director is ex-British Army Intelligence Officer & Foreign Office Consultant James Le Mesurier who specialises in "democratisation programs" & was involved the NATO regime-change operations in Iraq, Bosnia & Kosavo. The White Helmets operate inside ISIS & other terrorist group lines & openly show on Arab Social Media channels embracing & calling them brothers. Even youtube videos show both groups trading friendly banter on top of a heap of dead Syrian Army soldiers. We keep hearing, even on MyLot, that Assad kills his own people who are rising up against his brutal regime, which is parroted lies from the US, UK & French media. Don't you recall that these were precisely the same false claims made in 2011 about the Gaddafi regime? Well, the UK House of Commons Foreign Affairs Committee has just released a report on the Libyan intervention proving once & for all that those claims were blatant lies. The same report shows the same weapons used in Libya were deliberately put in the hands of the terrorists now in Syria. US Senator Richard Black has also shown hard evidence that the chemical weapons attacks supposedly unleashed by the gentle, softly-spoken Assad on Ghouta civillians in August 2013 were actually done by Turkey working together with Al-Qaeda to create a reason for US intervention. Right up until Russia, a centuries-old ally of Syria, was invited into the conflict a year ago, ISIS & other terror groups were almost untouched! That is despite the US coalition of 67 nations illegally entering Syria to supposedly destroy ISIS? Can you tell me that long, lumbering convoys of thousands of trucks, heavy artillery & so on is Not a very easy target that'd be child's play for even a small air attack? The US, UK, France, Australia, etc just last month killed 62 & wounded 100 Syrian Army Soldiers in yet another deliberate "attack on ISIS" - and no, it was Not a mistake! How do feel about your country's "defense forces" being over there, uninvited, killing the army of a sovereign nation trying to defend itself against terrorists? Embarrassed or proud?
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@Fleura (7194)
• United Kingdom
3 Oct 16
The whole situation is such a complex nightmare, you just don't know who or what to believe. Everyone feels that we should be doing something to help but everything that is done seems to be making the situation worse.
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• Adelaide, Australia
3 Oct 16
The key thing to remember is that our countries were never invited to Syria. Is it any wonder that we mess it all up? We're better off not being there, IMO. It's like an international embarrassment, at the very least, that we were there at all, but to stay there now is just willful slaughter.
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@Fleura (7194)
• United Kingdom
3 Oct 16
@veganbliss Everyone feels that they should be doing something, and Syrians may even appeal for help, so it seems wrong to stand back and say 'it's nothing to do with us; you sort it out!' But as you say we all seem to be making it worse, whether intentionally or not.
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• Adelaide, Australia
3 Oct 16
@Fleura Oh, I see what you mean now, I think? Perhaps you were referring to what we as residents should be doing to help the refugees when they arrive on our doorsteps? Yes, that's tricky. It needs vigilance, strong communities, regulation, planning, organising & a whole lot of other stuff that past experience dictates we've never been any good at down here. Hmmm...
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@tallawah (9121)
• Kingston, Jamaica
3 Oct 16
Having been involved in politics for most of my life I knew the 'Arab Spring' was a form of 'underthrow' . This practice has been used successfully by the American Gov. to get rid of Allende in Chile and Michael Manley in Jamaica in the late 1970s. Protest to Protest was what the 'Arab Spring' was about. No gov. in waiting, no organised opposition, just protest to protest. This causes confusion, creates power vacuums. The problem the West faces in Syria is that people support Assad. That the various manufactured 'opposition' groups prefer to fight against each other and that ISIS is having too much fun. Libya, which was a real country under Gaddafi is now another Somalia.
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• Adelaide, Australia
3 Oct 16
Spot on! It's amazing how you can see this so clearly And look at poor Libya now... just another terrorist haven. Hopefully, with the power of Social Media nowadays, people will start to wake up?
• Adelaide, Australia
3 Oct 16
@tallawah Good Points. However it has been social media that has called their bluff on the last several occasions. Paris & Brussels were most excellent examples! Syria is proving to be much more difficult. The number one thing they cannot stand is exposure. When everyone knows, they cannot hide!
@tallawah (9121)
• Kingston, Jamaica
4 Oct 16
@veganbliss There's a lot of suppression and misrepresentation. It is one of those situations which will be the subject of numerous exposure books in the future.
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@iridion9 (9232)
• Philippines
3 Oct 16
I think your story is wrong or distorted. The real reason why the SYRIAN WAR started was, Because the Presidential guards/policemen by Bashar Asad started shooting this peaceful and unarmed RALLYIST. And boom the rebellion starts...
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• Adelaide, Australia
3 Oct 16
That's what they said about the Ukraine legitimate Government Police shooting innocent unarmed protesters. Unfortunately, the footage later came out that Svboda Nazis doing the "protesting" were armed with chainsaws & the like whilst the police had only batons & shields! Unfortunately, as I've stated before, all the mass-media, which is all owned by & therefore the mouthpiece of the world's top 0.5% wealthiest. And the Only media outlet for the west comes from a vested interest, the SCD, as I've mentioned. Did you check, for example, that the "rallyist" who was shot, was actually a Syrian citizen & unaffiliated with, say, the International Republican Institute or even the violent "non-violent revolution" movement? Whose payroll was the initiator of these "spontaneous uprisings" on? These things & many more are only now coming to light for many of us. Maybe it's high time we checked the other side of the issue? Two sides, at least, to every story?
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@iridion9 (9232)
• Philippines
3 Oct 16
@veganbliss Sorry man but I saw it on BBC and CNN. I'm not sure your 2nd story but one thing I'm sure GOD's knows the TRUE STORY.
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• Adelaide, Australia
3 Oct 16
@iridion9 Fair enough. We don't all have the time & money to investigate issues as thoroughly as they deserve nor as thoroughly as we'd like to. Unfortunately, everything takes time to come to light & by the time the truth is reported, many people have lost interest in the issue. One thing is certain, that we must not hate another people or their leader just because the media says we should. I hope the truth comes out before too many more innocent people die. War doesn't profit either of us.
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@PatZAnthony (12871)
• Charlotte, North Carolina
17 Oct 16
It is all a mess. We hear of civilians being harmed daily and can never say this is okay.
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• Adelaide, Australia
18 Oct 16
Particularly if we only hear about this stuff from one single biased source. How do you feel about both our countries, as well as UK, France & others, funding, arming & supporting terrorist groups to bring down a legitimate, innocent government of a sovereign nation?
@PatZAnthony (12871)
• Charlotte, North Carolina
17 Mar 17
@veganbliss We are not happy about many things that are happening. Most do not know what to do to help.
• Adelaide, Australia
18 Mar 17
@PatZAnthony we should not just go to help those who do not invite us. The USA has invited itself into nearly every world conflict after it was expressly forbidden. This completely goes against the treaty of Westphalia & denies sovereignty to sovereign nations. The mass-media is owned by the world's richest 0.5% & is their mouthpiece, serving only their murderous agenda. Having said that, you already, as a voter in the USA, did an awesome job of voting against perpetual wars & denied support for Wall Street with their agenda that goes hard against The American Way. You now need to support your new president, not because he's Republican, but that he is just one man, among many others, who represents a new worldwide movement to rise up against the establishment before they cripple us permanently & call them out for the mass genocide they have long planned for.
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@crossbones27 (20779)
• Redlands, California
2 Oct
There is always more than meets the eye than what our government and corporate media tells us about these wars.Were there good intentions at one time, maybe, but money and power usually does most of the dictating over good intentions. One of the few areas Obama always let me down is how he continued a lot of what the Bush administration did with these wars . Like there must be a book that the President has that no one else does because it happens with everyone of our Presidents when they get in office. I am not sure about other countries, just can say what I see here.