Angående den påstådda flygattacken mot ett bageri i Halfaya i Hama med många dödade, så är Scott Creighton övertygad om att det hela är en iscensatt föreställning, producerad åt västmedierna. Och visst är det svårt att tro att den plats man ser på videon (se gårdagens inlägg) har utsatts för ett flyganfall! De döda kropparna då? Enligt uppgift hade de väpnade gängen gått till offensiv mot Hama för några dagar sen, men de hade slagits tillbaka av armén, med många ”rebeller” dödade. Kanske kommer många av de döda kropparna därifrån, och kanske dödades några på plats av en bilbomb eller liknande – Syrian Crisis Actors Bring You “Bakery Airstrike Show” – Biggest Wag the Dog Production Yet
In comparison to the bullshit they have produced in the past, this is definitely a step up. But, as you can see, there are certainly production value issues. You can’t really blame them they are doing the best with the talent they have. After all, which really talented artist wants to use their gifts and hard earned skills to bring about another NATO bombing of civilians for the sake of international bankers and multinational corporations?
West unleashing terrorism against Syria: Mark Glenn – video
Press TV: Do you think that the United States and their allies in the region miscalculated? Do you think they expected things to change a lot more rapidly inside of Syria and now basically they’re reaching a point of no return that anything goes in order to try to bring down the Syrian government?
Glenn: Yes I think that is precisely what we see taking place here. The United States, Israel and these other Western countries that have been behind all of this unrest from the beginning figure that this is going to be another Egypt or another Tunisia or at the very least it’s going to be another Libya.
If the diplomatic pressure and the social pressures were not enough to bring these governments down then a relatively short bombing campaign on the part of NATO would be enough to drive President Assad from power.
The fact of the matter is however that we have other players involved namely Iran, Russia, China and other players who recognize that what is at stake here is not just about Syria, but really for all intents and purposes it’s about the rest of the world.
And this is the reason why the West has miscalculated, you are correct in that analysis, and they have gotten themselves into something much bigger than I think they possibly had imagined.
For the rest of us it is just a big question mark as to whether or not the West and Israel are going to back down or whether they’re going to go the full distance in all this and actually initiate some type of military conflict in Syria that could very easily wind up involving Russia, China, Iran and other major players.
english.ruvr.ru – UN-Arab League peace envoy extends visit to Syria
UN-Arab League peace envoy Lakhdar Brahimi has extended his visit to Syria until December 30 in order to hold additional talks with the representatives of the authorities and the opposition, Xinhua news agency reports.
Syria peacekeeping ‘must respect national sovereignty’ – Assad
Syria cannot accept an international peace-keeping mission that violates its national sovereignty.
President Bashar Assad spoke about this in Damascus Monday after discussing the Syrian crisis with the visiting international envoy for Syria Lakhdar Brahimi.
He said a roadmap peace plan was on the table.
Russian Military Denies Sending Commandos to Syria
Tony Cartalucci – Syrian Military: Militants Using Chemical Weapons
PressTV has reported (more details via Fars News) that chemical weapons have been used by militants fighting Syrian government forces in Daraya, near Damascus. PressTV also reported that threats have been made against Syria’s ethnic minorities that their water supplies will be poisoned by militants – this on the heels of the UN itself warning of (and preemptively spinning) impending sectarian-driven genocide.
‘US forms alliance with violent terrorists’, Press TV has interviewed Mr. James Jatras, former US Senate foreign policy analyst, Washington