Arkiv för december, 2011
Intervju med Thierry Meyssan – ”The decision to attack Syria was made at a Camp David meeting on 15 September 2001”
Lisa Karpova – Syria: invasion of terrorist elements sponsored by the west
Sergei Balmasov – Syria’s official propaganda absolutely useless
En artikel om Syrien som måste läsas!
Christof Lehmann – Happy New Year from nsnbc to Syria
Motstridiga uppgifter, enligt svenska medier demonstreras det mot landets ledning, enligt syriska demonstreras det till stöd för landets ledning och emot utländsk inblandning.
från sverigesradio.se idag – Stora demonstrationer i Syrien
Bild från Syrien idag, enligt en facebookgrupp, nog ser det ut som att det är en demonstration för presidenten.
Video, också från Damaskus idag enligt samma facebookgrupp.
Kommer väst med ny taktik nu, att öppet erkänna att man stödjer våldsverkarna i Syrien?
Sibel Edmonds – Syria Update: US Government Gives Green Light to MSM
På tal om det som sades om Arabförbundets delegation i Syrien i förra inlägget, nu verkar det som att väst inte är nöjda med vad observationsgruppen rapporterat så här långt! Är de inte tillräckligt lydiga och väldresserade?
sverigesradio.se – Flera demonstranter dödade i Syrien
”syriska människorättsaktivister vill nu att den som leder observatörsgruppen, sudanesen Mustafa al-Dabi, avlägsnas från uppgiften.”
Kanske bäst att Cecilia Uddén själv får sköta observerandet så att man kan vara säker på att få rätt resultat! Man rapporterar alltså att läget är lugnare än vad västmedierna säger och att man inte kan räkna bort terroristerna och våldsverkarna från bilden.
”The real terrorists and murders within these areas are the radical members, religious extremists and criminals of the so-called “Free Syrian Army” (FSA) – Western-backed terrorism, against any international law. These “rebels” are supported by Western and Gulf governments with advice, money and also weapons. United States, France, Britain, Germany, Turkey and also Israel act very suspect. Not to mention the real interests of Qatar and Saudi Arabia behind their support of terrorists – not only within Syria, but also worldwide.
The huge majority of the people within Homs fear this “Free Syrian Army” (FSA) and the Western-backed radicals.”
Michel Chossudovsky – Breaking News. SYRIA: Arab League Head of Mission Refutes Western Media Propaganda.
What is revealing, however, is that this AL mission on the ground, which was intended to provide a justification for a ”humanitarian” intervention by NATO, refutes the reports of the London based ”Syrian Observatory for Human Rights” which in the course of the last few months has been feeding lies and fabrications into the Western news chain.
”After being demonized for months for not letting Arab League observers into Syria, the Assad government has allowed them to come see what’s really happening in their country. Terrorists attacked an area as the observers advance team showed up last Saturday. They were hoping to derail the process but the observers showed up anyway and now that they are there, their leader has made it clear that they saw “nothing frightening” in Homs, supposedly the epicenter of all that violence, at least that’s what “activists say” journalism has been reporting in the MSM.
Observers in Syria also understand that the numbers of so-called “civilian” victims of the Syrian government need to be clearly identified as either civilians or insurgents who are armed and killing soldiers and police officers.”
Se också upp för vad som kan komma framöver om som det sägs gruppen ska dela upp sig. Risken finns ju då att de mera välanpassade (efter väst) i gruppen, kanske de från Qatar och Bahrain (?) kommer att leverera den bild som beställts! Västs medier brukar inte precis vara blyga när det gäller att lägga till eller dra ifrån för att skapa den verklighetsbild deras herrar önskar.
Lägger in videon här som lämnades i en kommentar. Ett bra exempel på det skamlösa sätt varpå medierna arbetar. Från en tysk TV-kanal, ett videoklipp visas som visar brutal misshandel av fångar och det sägs komma från Syrien. Lite efterforskning visar dock att klippet är filmat i Irak 2007.
Det finns nog all anledning att misstänka, som James Corbett gör, att delegationen från Arabförbundet som nu befinner sig i Syrien redan på förhand är programmerad till att komma fram till att Syriens ledning inte gör tillräckligt för att få slut på våldet och inte lyssnar på protesterande medborgare.
”.. political analyst James Corbett told RT that while the observer mission is in fact lacking in credibility, it is only because conclusions will unlikely be based on facts on the ground.
“The final report will be a pre-ordained conclusion that the Assad government is not doing enough to listen to the concerns of its citizens. Personally, I’m not sure what is more ridiculous about this story – the idea that the autocratic thugs of the Arab League are going to presume to pronounce on the democratic leanings of the Syrian government, or that the international community is supposed to take what they say with any sort of moral authority.” ”
”Syria, Hama / An Armed terrorist Group Tuesday evening committed a massacre against family of al-Sheikh at Kfar Nabouda village in Hama, killing 8 persons, kidnapping 5 and burning their homes.
A number of armed men tried to kidnap one of al-Sheikh family persons while returning to home, but their attempt was foiled after his family confronted them. Later, the armed men attacked the family once more with different kinds of weapons, perpetrating a massacre against the family.
Also in Hama, members of the military engineering units dismantled 3 explosives planted by armed terrorist groups in
different area of Hama.”
”Qatar has built up a strong army of hundreds of Wahhabi forces to help overthrow Syrian President Bashar al-Assad, a new report has revealed.
The forces known as the Free Syrian Army, have 20,000 fighters, and are armed and funded by Qatar, DEBKAfile reported.
The Doha-funded army has been mobilized in the form of military battalions and brigades in bases in Syria’s northern neighbor, Turkey.”
We have just seen what has been done to Libya in the name of human rights and the ‘responsibility to protect’. Uncounted thousands of Libyans were killed in eight months of bombing and missile attacks by French, British and American warplanes. There is prima facie evidence that war crimes were committed but there is not even the suggestion that someone will be held accountable. Further back stands Iraq, invaded in 1991 and then subjected to a decade of sanctions which ended the lives of about one million Iraqis, including hundreds of thousands of children. The second war launched in 2003 brought the overall civilian death toll since 1991 to somewhere between 1.5 and two million Iraqis. Again, prime facie evidence of war crimes and crimes against humanity without any of the perpetrators being punished. The kind of lies told before the attacks of 1991 (babies being thrown out of their incubators in Kuwait) and 2003 (weapons of mass destruction) were duplicated in the propaganda war which preceded the aerial assault on Libya this year (mass killing and Viagra-fuelled rape).
To their eternal shame, the Arab League and governments which sell themselves on their Muslim credentials took part in or came in behind this war on a Muslim country by three non-Muslim governments. Now a third Arab country is being laid out on the chopping board, not in North Africa but at the very heart of the Middle East. The US, France, Britain and their Arab allies can sense that a momentous victory is at hand and they are pushing as hard as they can, using every weapon at their disposal. At the end of the road lies the possibility of armed intervention through the declaration of a ‘no fly’ zone and a cross-border operation to establish a ‘buffer zone’ or what the French Foreign Minister, Alain Juppé, prefers to call a ‘humanitarian corridor’. These are propaganda phrases, of course. What the advocates of intervention are talking about is war and everything it entails – widespread destruction and the death of thousands of people.
Reconstructed Syria’s future is already being written. A leading figure in the Syrian National Council, Burhan Ghaliun, has said that a new government would break relations with Iran and would overturn the present strategic relationship with Hizbullah. The connections of other members of this council with the Gulf States, the US State Department and Israel’s lobbyists in Washington are further evidence of how Syria is to be remolded if the present government can be brought down. Short of the toppling of the Islamic government in Iran, it would be hard to think of a greater triumph for ‘the West’ and its reactionary allies across the Middle East, not to mention the benefits for Israel. Are those Arabs joining the chorus against the Syrian government in the name of human rights even thinking about this?
presstv.ir – Arab League team visits Homs in Syria
A group of 50 observers from the Arab regional body visited various sites, including the neighborhoods of Baba Amro, Karm al-Zeitoun and Wadi al-Zahab in Homs, and talked to residents on Tuesday, commending the Syrian government’s cooperative approach for giving them access to different locations without restriction.
Many Syrians have complained of crimes they believe are committed by armed terrorist groups. The Syrian state TV has shown stacks of weapons seized from the terrorists bent on fueling instability in the country.
Thierry Meyssan explains some leading personalities financing terrorism throughout the Islamic world, principally Prince Bindar of Saudia – the ex Saudi ambassador to the US.
Homs: As the Arab League delegation visited Azzahra Square this morning, 5,000 citizens gathered holding up pictures of the martyrs of the Syrian Army, who fell at the hands of armed terrorist elements in various parts of Syria.
President of the Observer Mission Mohamed Ahmed Mustafa al-Dabi stressed that ”the situation in Homs seems comfortable so far but it needs further investigation.”
Dabi said: ”conditions in some areas of Homs were not good but there was nothing scary”.
Citizens of Homs illustrate what’s happening to the Arab Legaue committee.
In this news broadcast, it was said that the AL delegation refused to go to the National Hospital and talk to the injured or see the bodies of those mutilated citizens.
The guy at the end: ”Please don’t sell your conscience. Please don’t sell your conscience.”
As it proved that they were not interested to hear what some citizens had to say.