25 aug

The current situation of the Syrian Revolution

Today marks the end of the 17th months after the start of the events in Syria, or what is now largely called “The Syrian Crisis”, as opposed to the original romantic name, “The Syrian Revolution”.
Last week also marked one year after the US president Obama called upon Assad to step down (on Aug 18, 2011). These two occasions call for a quick review of the current situation of this crisis or revolution.

The Guardian reported that SFA works “despite” not being liked by civilians in Aleppo. This only confirms what we said before, that using the term “liberating Aleppo” by the opposition only meant liberating it from its own people

Why Syria will not fall

There is no civil war in Syria and the only fighting that is taking place is between Syrian Government Forces and the highly financed and armed militia that is placed there compliments of the west, CIA,MI5/6 and Mossad etc.
The west even have elite Special Forces in situ along with the Special Forces from the western friendly Arab States and still they are getting a flogging.
It is clear that this time the west was not able to force a regime change via their New World Order controlled United Nations and their pathetic puppet Bank Ki-moon. They were not able to impliment their humanitarian (Libya Style) “No Fly Zone” which was absolute bullshit and now they are in full retreat with each countries best of the best getting their arses kicked.

Syrian Christians in 2-week blockade by rebel fighters, residents desperate

An estimated 12,000 people have spent two weeks blockaded in the Christian town of Rableh, Syria, near Homs in the south. Experiencing a shortage of food and medical supplies, residents could not leave as rebel snipers were shooting at them.
­The town, close to the border with Lebanon, was liberated by Syrian government forces on Friday, according to Beirut-based Al-Mayadeen satellite channel. These reports are yet to be verified. Sixty militants were reportedly eliminated.

Middle East Today från Press TV med bl.a. Ahmad Shlash som citeras nedan.

Political dialogue can bring an end to crisis in Syria: Analyst, Press TV has conducted an interview with Ahmad Shlash, Syrian MP

Look my friend, what history has taught us is that within every kind of war there is a solution at the end on the table. What we are trying to do now in Syria is that we are proposing stop the bloodshed now, let’s sit down on the table now instead of continuing, at the end we are going to sit down together so why wasting time?”

Ett annat program från Press TV, News Analysis, med bl.a. Webster Tarpley – US-Turkey alliance against Syria, ‘lethal embrace’: Analyst

Tarpley added that Ankara’s support of the Western-backed insurgents in Syria would also harm the national interests of the country in the future.
”They will play them against Syria, in the full knowledge that the blowback from that conflict is likely to destroy modern Turkey…

BBC censors video showing dark side of Syrian rebels

The BBC has sensationally censored a news story and a video showing Syrian rebels forcing a prisoner to become a suicide bomber, a war crime under the Geneva Conventions, presumably because it reflected badly on establishment media efforts to portray the FSA as glorious freedom fighters.
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