4 feb


Om de misstänkta planerna på en false flag-attack med kemiska vapen – voltairenet.org – Britamgate: Staging False Flag Attacks in Syria

On January 22 a telling leak cropped up in the Internet. British defense contractor’s BRITAM server was hacked and megabytes of classified internal files of the firm were released to the public. Now the case is acquiring a Britamgate scale due to the publication on Prison Planet. What is the story behind the leakage? Why this scandal is likely to turn around the situation in Syria?

Summing up these facts we can conclude that a provocation in Syria is the only option left for the war-mongers. Having exhaustive information on the real situation in Syria and being aware of inability of the corrupted rebel group to make any significant change in Damascus, they have nothing to do but hire a second-rate British PSC for another round of dirty job. We have no doubt that numerous tragic ‘revelations’ of atrocities committed by ‘pro-Assad army’ that were repeatedly hitting YouTube for the last two years, were also ‘ordered’ for enormous fee to the former British ‘berets’. The latest leakage deserves thorough investigation and consideration on the top international political level. It is high time for a BRITAMGATE to be boxed.

Ali Rizk, Middle East expert

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Press TV – Large car bomb hits Syrian capital of Damascus

A massive car bomb has ripped through the Syrian capital of Damascus, with no immediate reports of possible casualties.

Russia Today – ‘SNC knows Syrian government will not be defeated on the military battlefield’

The editor of Politics First Magazine, Marcus Papadopoulos, told RT that the fact that the Syrian National Coalition agreed to hold talks with Russian foreign minister means the opposition acknowledges that the Syrian government “is not going to be defeated on the military battlefield.”
RT: Could these talks between Lavrov and a senior opposition leader be a sign of a breakthrough… that the Syrian opposition could soon be willing to negotiate?
MP: Peace treaties are not concluded overnight. They take a long time, a lot of compromises required by the parties involved. And also responsible behavior is absolutely critical by outside players. So, yes, it’s a potentially positive development what happened just there – the meeting between the leader of the self-proclaimed Syrian National Coalition and the foreign ministers of Russia and Iran.
And I think it’s an acknowledgement by the leader of the Syrian National Coalition that the Syrian government is not going to be defeated on the military battlefield, and that’s something, unfortunately, that Western politicians and western journalists had been saying was going to happen, that the Syrian government is going to be defeated on the battlefield.
And this acknowledgement, that thousands of Syrian civilians have died unnecessarily and all because outside players in the region – Turkey, Saudi Arabia and Qatar – have been flowing weapons and cash to the militants in Syria. And after two years it’s still blatantly evident that the Syrian army has the upper hand on developments on the battlefield in Syria. So, I would say – potentially it’s a good development. Peace can ever only be achieved by talking, by understanding. But we are at a very early stage. So, we do need to be cautious.

Unfortunately what we’ve seen – in particular over the last year – is certain payers in the region – Turkey, Saudi Arabia and Qatar – they have made situation so very much worse in Syria. What they have done is – because in the last year – the Syrian militants have had some successes (notably along the Turkish border and along the border with Iraq), and what these players have done (the Saudi Arabia, Qatar and Turkey) is they’ve sent terrorists into Syria, they’ve sent weapons into Syria and they’ve given the militants cash.
So, what really needs to happen at some point? The actions of those 3 countries do need to be analyzed by the international community and the governments of those 3 countries need to be held to account, because Hillary Clinton about a year ago accused the Russian government of having blood on its hands. Unfortunately, it’s more the countries Turkey, Qatar and Saudi Arabia, who have the blood of thousands of Syrian civilians on their hands because of their own geostrategic ambitions – the removal of President Assad and the Syrian government.

Marcus Papadopoulos on the subject of Syria at the Munich Security Conference

Press TV – Israel, US plan to destabilize and balkanize Syria: Gordon Duff

‘US renews funding for Syria militants’, interview with James Jatras

  1. #1 av Björn Blomberg på 5 februari, 2013 - 01:07

    Ali Rizks analys är mycket intressant men jag tror inte att Saudiarabiens regering kommer att försöka sätta käppar i hjulet för en fredlig förhandlingslösnig, jag skrev om det i Newsmill för en tid sedan. Men Saudiarabiens elit är splittrad, en del rika människor där fortsätter sannolikt att beväpna de väpnade gängen i Syrien medan regeringen verkar ha bytt fot och nu förorda en förhandlingslösning. Orsaken är givetvis rädsla för att en allians mellan det Muslimska brödraskapet och al-Qaida-grupper ska börja gå bärsärkagång även i Saudiarabien. Ser man till situationen på den Arabiska halvön, så är det bara Saudiarabien och Qatar som är wahhabitiska stater, övriga regimer än nog inget större problem för regeringen i Syrien.

    För övrigt så skriver Maverabloggen om Syrien regelbundet igen men adressen verkar vara lite ändrad för när jag klickar på Er länk så kommer det upp att sidan inte finns längre.
    /Björn Blomberg


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