Syria

The truth will never stop or end. We are definitely in the second decade of the 21st century. A lot of things have changed in our world. Issues of terror and social movement consume the headlines rapidly. The 21st century is precisely here. Today, we exist with Kindle, Nook, I Pads, Apple digital technology, and other contraptions. Still, I want to fulfill my destiny. Sometimes, we have anger in our deeds. Still, anger should be harnessed in constructive avenues so we can be shining examples for our Creator. That means that we should advance mercy for our fellow human beings and adhere to the proposition of freedom being spread unto all human beings without exceptions. Fundamentally, retrograde ideologies are archaic, but foundational tenets of respect, religious freedom, and true tolerance stand the test of time forever more. We’re all evolving ideologically and otherwise. I am still evolving and with the glorious inspiration of the Creator (plus family and friends), I will keep on believing in true justice. Justice and equality go hand and hand. I can’t be a man if I believe in depriving another person of their rights. That means that I don’t believe in the stop and frisk policy in New York City. Likewise, I believe in love. Some folks have given up on love, but I still respect love with a passion. Reality can be controversial at times, but hope, faith, and wisdom are prerequisites for human social upliftment. I thought that we would not experience a lot of the wars that we see today, but human nature is imperfect. When I get older, I am becoming more progressive in my thinking. I still believe in self-defense and the sanctity of human life. I will accept those tenets in my heart forever. Although, we have to promote economic justice and social justice in an imperfect world. All humans deserve human rights. All people ought to have dignity and respect. Corporate money has dominated our politics and government system. Even Jesse Ventura is right to speak about the corporate influence in the Republican and Democratic Party on June 11, 2012 (inside of the Piers Morgan show). We should reject corporate person hood since corporations aren't people. Human rights are paramount. Human rights are superior to property rights even. As for the war on terror, people from across the political spectrum all agree that we should end it. We can work with other nations, have trade, have negotiations, and other peaceful means with countries without war. All troops should be sent home from all battlefields of war. Health care,

education, shelter, and food are human rights. We should protect the environment via stopping pollution. The protection of the land, sea, air, and the rest of our eco-system is a vital part of ensuring the survival of man, nature, and all creatures. There should be no privatization of public services at all. All people must have access to quality education, health, and safety irrespective of a person's socioeconomic background. Again, people from across the political spectrum want the War on Drugs to be destroyed and alternatives to come about (in helping those suffering drug addictions in a pristine fashion). The prison industrial complex should end completely. That complex regularly deprives human rights and destroys the lives of even felons that paid their debt to society. Some states prevent felons from voting even if a felony finished probation (and has no criminal record after paying his or her debt to society). Anyone that wants to work should have the right to work and earn a living wage. These workers should be protected when they protest and call for solidarity. Reparations are deserved for the indigenous people of America (or Native Americans) and African Americans for obvious reasons. Thousands of years ago, the lands of Native Americans were stolen by terrorists. African Americans centuries ago were kidnapped, enslaved, and abused ruthlessly by terrorists. The United States of America sinned by not only being complicit in these crimes (along with the former colonial powers of Europe & some Middle Eastern powers), but profiting from these injustices. The Maafa was an abomination. This abomination was orchestrated by certain European following a Eurocentric faux Christianity (with their whitewash spirituality and their anti-African rhetoric). The blood shed by my black ancestors will never be forgotten. I think about my ancestors every single day of my. I think about 9/11 everyday too. The ruling elite want regime change in Syria. That is there goal. That is why most of the mainstream media presents the lie that every terror attack in Syria is a product of the Syrian government's actions. They adore the rebels and act like the rebels can do no wrong in their personal conduct. The reality is that the Syrian civil war has been agitated by imperialists in order for the West to control that nation rather overtly. Syria has a long history and it has one of the oldest civilizations in the Middle East. All of the three major Afro-Asian Abrahamic religions have an important history inside of Syria. Syria has differences than Libya. Syria has a more complex and stronger military than Libya. Syria will be more difficult to subdue than Libya was. Also, most Americans blatantly oppose an U.S. military intervention in the nation of Syria. Most Americans rightfully believe that a possible military intervention is extremist & repugnant. If the Syrian question ought to solved, then there should be a stronger effort for a negotiated settlement among the parties concerned. This doesn't mean that Assad is perfect. Personally, I don't support Assad, but it is also wrong to adhere to imperialism as well. It’s hypocritical for the United Nations and the U.S. mainstream media to say that the Syrian government is murdering children when they supported the sanctions in Iraq killing over 500,000 children. Madeline Albright said that the deaths of the children in Iraq were worth it. That’s sick of course. It’s hypocritical for them to claim their right to presume moral superiority when they were the ones that support this criminal war on terror. This war on terror has murdered millions of innocent beings. Not to mention that UN peacekeepers were involved in raping and sexually abusing people in various Third World nations (in Haiti as well). The rebels have killed children as well. When it all said and done, Bush, Cheney, Rumsfeld, Blair, and the rest of the neo-cons have a lot to answer for (especially on foreign policy issues). That clique (along with NATO, the Gulf state Monarchs, and the al-Qaeda affiliated rebels) cleared the destruction of Libya when it replaced Gaddafi with a pro-oil puppet regime.

Mubarak, Khaddafi, and Assad aren’t saints, but they are obstacles to the US/NATO machinations in the region. That is why that all 3 men are either jailed, dead, or under threat of removal from their power base. One of the most tactics of radical reactionaries is to target and malign Social Security. Social Security has been a successful program for decades. It is already a retirement protection system. People work to receive the benefits. It is never an entitlement program when human beings pay into it. It is not a Ponzi scheme as Alex Jones claims, because people have the right to get money back and Social Security has tons of great mechanisms to help society out. What people like Alex Jones and Ron Paul forget is that the dozens of nations are doing better than us in education. These nations have national education policies, strong public schools, and government funded colleges. This reality refutes the reactionary lie that only the state should handle things like Heard Start, education, etc. Problems in public schools come from corporate entities sabotaging and undermining public education along with other issues (not the essence of public schools themselves). Many Republicans like Ron Paul agree with the total privatization of society. Some individuals believe that if something doesn't literally appear in the Constitution, as it was originally written, then it is unconstitutional. The reality is the Constitution was constructed by people. Changes inside of the Constitution occurred all of the time. That is why the Amendment process and Congressional actions were legalized centuries ago. These acts were done in order for people to expand liberties without restricting liberties into some originalist box. Some amendments to the Constitution were wrong and other amendments were legitimate. Therefore, the Constitution is a living, growing, and adaptable document. It is not a rigid in its rule setting. Technically automobiles and airplanes are unconstitutional from a strict literalist interpretation of the Constitution, but we still have them. Therefore, Social Security has kept millions of people from starving to death after they have retried. The federal minimum wage now is just over $7.00 and having food and roof over one’s head is more important than private accounts and privatizing Social Security. The wild thing is many professing Christians (as opposed to real Christians) even claim that opposing militarism is a sin and they advocate an end to public works. We should care for our brothers and for our sisters period. Times change and humanity will not go back to a time of massive oppression and ignoring freedom. It's a basic historical fact that the nations with the most social programs have the least poverty in the world. Even in Indiana with Governor Mitch Daniels, Indiana's poverty rate ballooned to 16.3 percent Indian has some of the stingiest welfare laws in the nation. The state cut food assistance programs, and other programs. This refutes the notion that the state level will cut fund these services if the federal government was prevented from doing do. People like Daniels will still come and cut services even from the state level. The GOP has no shame in wanting more tax breaks for the wealthiest job exporters while demanding cuts to social programs that keep people out of poverty. Food stamps have reduced the extreme rates of children living in extreme by half last year.
The truth is coming out about the Syria situation. Russia believes that the West wants to purposefully sabotage the peace plan in Syria. A German paper called FAZ reports that Houla was the work of rebels not Assad militias. Foreign Minister Sergev Lavrov of Russia doesn't want sanctions against Syria. He believed that the West is perpetuating violence in the nation of Syria in order to sabotage peace efforts and cause a way for a NATO enforced regime change to come about. He warned, “the way the Syrian crisis is resolved will play an important role in the world tomorrow; whether the world will be based on the UN charter, or a place where might makes right.” This after US ambassador to the UN Susan Rice declared the West was prepared to “take actions outside of the Annan plan and the authority of this [UN

security] council,” to implement regime change in Syria. The West doesn't want a peaceful resolution. They just desire a regime change in Syria. Lavrov's sentiments are similar to the views of China, India, and South America's ALBA nations. Their populations equate to over 1.5 billion people. Lavrov wants Annan's plan for peace, but it's stalled by the rebels' intervention supporters. He said that the Syrian President Bashar al-Assad could step down if unconditional negotiations began and both sides could come to an agreement independent of foreign influence. That means that foreigners shouldn't dictate the political future of Syria at all. Lavrov is accurate to say that the Syrian opposition is being propped up by the West and its Gulf State allies. The Western lies about the Houla massacre are coming a part. A major German paper implicates the rebels for the massacre not the regime. The U.S. is making bold statements about the Houla Massacre since they accuse the Syrian government of organizing it. The Western media use hearsay of additional massacre as an excuse to promote a possible U.S. military intervention in that nation. According to FAZ (or the Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung), many of the victims of Houla were supporters of the Syrian government. Covered by John Rosenthal in the National Review Online, his article warns of “rebel atrocities being repackaged in both Arab and Western media accounts as regime atrocities.” Already, Western press has backpedaled and been caught outright fabricating evidence in regards to the Houla Massacre, with the BBC even being caught using pictures taken from Iraq years ago for their Syrian coverage. This latest account from FAZ further indicates that indeed the West is engaged in a vast campaign of war propaganda to do exactly what Russian Foreign Minister Lavrov has warned they are doing, attempting to fill the international community with indignation, and “start a fullblown intervention in Syria.” The German news sources found that the perpetrators of the Houla

massacre were FSA terrorists. FSA stands for the Free Syria Army. The FAZ news source said that the people killed were mostly apart of the Hola's Alawi family and Shia minorities. Most of Houla's populations are made up of Sunnis. What is the difference between a Sunni and a Shia. Sunnis make up the majority of Muslims, while Shias consist of a minority of people in Islam. Sunnis believe that the followers of Muhammad (followers of Islam call him a prophet) are the true successors of Muhammad (not his relatives) while Sunnis believe that the relatives of Muhammad (or Ahl al-Bayt. This means the people of the house) are the true successors of the faith of Islam. Dozens of members of one family consisted of people who converted from Sunni to Shia Islam. They even killed Sunnis who opposed the FSA terrorist campaign. The Russian journalist Marat Musin found similar information as well. Marat wrote that the rebels slaughtered the elderly, women, and children when they seized the lower checkpoint in the center of town (which was located next to the local police department). They killed families loyal to the authorities. Even Der Spiegel from March of 2012 admitted that the FSA has been doing mass murder in an extra-judicial fashion. The terrorists claim that they are killing "traitors," but these murderers are killing Sunni civilians even in occupied urban and rural areas. The US/NATO network is using these massacres as an excuse to put sanctions in Syria and possibly have military intervention in Syria. DEBKAfile admitted that NATO headquarters in Brussels and the Turkish high command trained rebels from across Middle Eastern nation in order for them to attack Syria back in 2011. NATO, Western imperialists, and other terrorists are responsible for a lot of
the Syrian violence in the first place. This violence is back by the Saudis, those of Qatar, etc. Bassma Kodmani of the Syrian National Council leaves the Bilderberg in 2012. She is of the establishment. The House Foreign Affairs Committee passed the Syrian Freedom Support Act via an unanimous vote in March of 2012. The vote deals with supporting sanctions in Syria, to end Syria's government, and to have other policies in Syria. Foreign jihadists or terrorists are still in Syria. The same al-Qaeda terrorists that fought U.S. troops in Iraq and helped NATO to overthrow Gaddafi are in Syria. Libya's transitional ruling authority is sending weapons and fighters to Syria to help the Free Syria Army. They are fighting alAssad's regime. Even British Special Forces are on the ground in Syria to direct rebel fighters. A Stratfor email leaked by Wikileaks in March revealed that the Pentagon and the USAF strategic studies group planned direct terror attacks and assassinations inside Syria. “After a couple hours of talking, they said without saying that SOF teams (presumably from U.S., UK, France, Jordan, Turkey) are already on the

ground focused on recce [reconnaissance] missions and training opposition forces,” the email states. Stratfor is an Austin,Texas-based corporate intelligence agency billed as a “shadow CIA.” Other nations in Europe want to ask help from other nations to boycott Syria. Susan Rice or the U.S. envoy to the United Nations said that America and other nations want to bypass the Security Council in order for them to impose fresh measures if violence escalates in Syria. Sanctions can harm the Syrian people. Sanctions in Iraq killed more than 500,000 children from malnutrition, disease, and starvation. If al-Assad is gone, the IMF and World Bank can have debt harming policies that can sell resources to transnational corporations. Starving Syrians to death is wrong when Syria has a food crisis already. According to the New York Times, "...Even before the violence broke out in Syria, a food security survey found that 1.4 million people were struggling to meet their daily food needs, the World Food Program said. But the U.N. agency complained that it had not yet managed to raise the money to pay for its food aid program..." We need peace not starvation based sanctions. There is news about how Syrian rebels tried to set a trap for British journalists. British Channel 4’s Alex Thomson was one of the few Western journalists allowed in Syria legally. He tried to cover both sides of the conflict. He was purposefully led by the rebels into a trap, so the rebels could make it seem like him and his team would be killed by government troops. Yet, the rebels can’t run game on the truth. The truth is game proof if you dig what I’m saying. Therefore, Alex Thomson escaped a trap. Western media houses have exploited the deaths of journalists for decades as an excuse to promote wars, rumors of wars, and other forms of the reactionary agenda. Now, Thomson was just trying to figure out the words of both sides in the Syrian conflict. Thomson believed that a third party (made up of foreign mercenaries and sectarian extremists) are carrying out the bulk of the violence and atrocities in Syria. We know that the Western elite willfully lied about the Houla Massacre. The West call for warfare against Syria for it be dominated by a puppet state for years before 2011 (when the Syrian uprising commenced).

In other to understand fully about the Middle East, you have to understand about the 1916 Sykes-Picot Agreement. This agreement generally is one reason why the Middle East is in the condition that it is. It came about in the midst of World War I. Secretly, Russia agreed with this plan. This secret plan agreed upon by Britain and France. Both nations decided to divide up the Fertile Crescent after the Ottoman Empire would be defeated. The Ottoman Empire was a Turkish empire which spread across large square miles. It lasted for centuries before 1916. It was in its last years. WWI accelerated the end of the Ottoman Empire, because the Ottoman Empire was heavily defeated by the Allies (including by the Freemasonic Ataturk revolutionary movement. Ataturk and his Domneh allies crushed the Ottoman Empire once and for all). Now, the Sykes-Picot Agreement led to the British and France imperialism against Middle Eastern nations from Iraq to North Africa. It will be decades later where Arabic nationalism would overtly end that imperialist situation. Ironically in 2012, the same US/UK/NATO imperialists want to control more the Middle Eastern political institutions via revolutions, violence by the rebels, and their token Saudi Arabian (including Qatar) allies. The battle for freedom hasn’t stopped in America. We still have strong militarized police in the USA.

More Syrian developments are coming about in June of 2012. Some warn that if things don't get rectified in Syria that a new Cold War can transpire. Now, we realize that the U.S. is supporting the Syrian opposition organization. The U.S. is still considering military options in attempting to oust the Syrian government. It is allegedly reported that Britain and Qatar (or American allies have foreign troops in Syria now. Syria regime change has been planned by U.S. elites for over 50 years. So, the reality is that America is fighting on the same side as three terrorist groups in Syria. American war mongers and al-Qaeda are in unison in supporting the war campaign in Syria. Russia has already mentioned that if America attacks Syria, then it's an attack on its national security. Russian Prime Minister Dmirtry Medvedev said that if America invades Syria (being a sovereign nation), then it could lead to nuclear war. Russia is being accused of selling attack helicopters to the Syrian government. Iran and Syria have had a mutual defense pact for years. So, we don't need a needlessly, wide expanding war that in the long run will benefit no sides. The Western media has shown propaganda about years for a while now. Yet, we know the truth. The truth is that the international bankers funded both sides of war spanning thousands of years. The truth is that the lie of imperialism will not endure forever. The truth is that the spirit of justice and righteousness will overrun the nepotism of occupation & terroristic NATO-supported mercenaries. That’s the truth. I will never give up. Peaks and valley persist in all of our lives. Yet, those peaks and valleys are place where can have hope, inspiration, and insight to carry forward. Going forward and going persistently and relentlessly into the sunshine of liberty is important in our lives. Although, there are positive things happening in the world. Not everything is so negative.
There are imperialists in Africa too. The U.S. via Africom and other factions are trying to dominate Africa. The Western imperialists and even some from China are exploiting Africa's resources as well. NATO is trying to establish its powerbase in Africa too. The commander of U.S. Africa Command (or AFRICOM) Carter Ham said that last year's war Libya gave important lessons for the Pentagon's newest military command. This testimony has been reported by the news agency of the U.S. Defense Department American Forces Press Secretary Service. General Ham was also joined with Admiral James Stavridis (jointly commander of the U.S. European Command or EUCOM) and NATO's Supreme Allied Commander Europe. AFRICOM was created by EUCOM. It was headed under General James Jones and Bantz John

Craddock (under the tutelage of dual EUCOM and NATO top commanders). AFRICOM was established as more independent by October 1, 2008. AFRICOM and ECOM monitor the actions of dozens of African nations. The Pentagon's regional command is dealing with the world's second most populous continent being Africa. Africa now has over one billion people. So, these entire events mean that the U.S. is increasing or escalating its military penetration of Africa. So, the West is developing many bases in Africa. The Army Times newspaper reported that the U.S. is sending about 3,000 troops into Africa maybe for. The role of these troops is to have a presence there. They join the 1,200 troops who are stationed in Djibouti and the 100 plus Special Forces sent to Central Africa. They were dispatched by President Barack Obama during October 2011. Neocolonialism is still a serious problem in Africa not just corruption and governance issues. The war on terror is being used as a slick justification by the West in promoting AFRICOM's neocolonialist policies. NATO is trying to discuss about Libya joining the Mediterranean Dialogue. AFRICOM's Major General David Hogg said that he wants his troops to work and live with the Africans to form safe communities that are approved by the U.S. government. Only Eritrea and Zimbabwe are explicitly resisting the agreements with AFRICOM. The U.S. supported the dictator Ugandan leader Yoweria Museveni as a way for Uganda to exterminate 6 million human beings in the eastern Democratic Republic of Congo. As Milton Allimadi, publisher of Black Star News, reported: “…In 2005 The International Court of Justice (ICJ) found Uganda liable for the Congo crimes. The court awarded Congo $10 billion in reparations. Uganda's army plundered Congo's wealth and committed: mass rapes of both women and men; disemboweled pregnant women; burned people inside their homes alive; and, massacred innocents.” Still Uganda hasn't paid Congo reparations at all. AFRICOM claims to desire an end to famine and disease. Yet, they assisted the Ethiopian invasion of Somalia in late 2006. According to UN observers, this led to the worst humanitarian crisis in Africa, which was worse than Darfur. The 2007 humanitarian crisis and the growing U.S. directed war against Somalia made the 2010 famine all but inevitable.

The Syrian war continues. The Syrian rebels are acting similar to the Libyan rebels. They are working with Western authorities. According to the Daily Telegraph, emissaries from the FSA (Free Syrian Army) made meetings with high level government officials in Washington. The CIA, the MI6, and the Mossad supported the rebels too. The rebels consulted with the President's National Security Council and presented them a list of heavy weapons including surface to air missiles. The Pentagon finalized plans to attack Syria. “The U.S. military has completed its own planning for how American troops would conduct a variety of operations against Syria, or to assist neighboring countries in the event action was ordered, officials tell CNN.” Last week, the State Department had another meeting. This meeting included Syrian ambassador Robert Ford and Frederick Hoff (special coordinator for the Middle East). The high level talks preface a meeting of the G20 in Los Cabos, Mexico. This is where U.S. and British officials will try to convince Russia' Vladimir Putin to join the effort to militarily overthrow the al-Assad regime. Russia and China have blocked efforts by the United Nations Security Council to intervene in Syria. The Daily Telegraph reported that western officials admitted privately that Russia is not expected to change its position. Although, Putin and the President Barack Obama agreed that all sides should stop the violence in Syria.

The government of Syria being attacked is expected to come from funds from the oil rich sheikdoms of Saudi Arabia and Qatar. The weapons can come from Libya including anti-tank weapons. The NATO/US effort to depose the Libyan government caused at least 30,000 people to die. Ironically, radical Islamists and al-Qaeda control much of Libya. There is still a civil war as a result of the NATO brutal intervention in Libya and the murder of Qaddafi. Syria may become the next Bosnia according to British Foreign Secretary William Hague. He accused the regime of using militias of killing people in Syria. Yet, the Arab League observers' report on Syria (in December 2011) found that FSA (and armed opposition groups) were responsible for much of the killing. The U.S. and the establishment media ignore thee finding. Even in Bosnia, NATO imported al-Qaeda fighters to fight in Bosnia. IA supported and trained Mujaheddin “…migrated to Bosnia hoping to assist their Islamic brethren in a struggle against Serbian [and for a time] Croatian forces,” Lenard Cohen, professor of political science at Simon Fraser University, told the National Post. The Pentagon used countries such as Turkey and Iran to arm al-Qaeda and other Islamist warriors in the Balkans in order to foment ethnic and religious tensions. The atrocities done in Bosnia by NATO-aided radicals were ignored by the western media. For instance, the Serb attack on Srebrenica, widely exploited by the West prior to the attack on Yugoslavia by Clinton and NATO, was a response to attacks and beheadings by radical Islamists. Islamic extremists forces based in Srebrenica had “engaged in attacks during Orthodox holidays and destroyed villages, massacring all the inhabitants. This created a degree of hatred that was quite extraordinary in the region,” General Philippe Morillon, commander of the UN troops in Bosnia from 1992 to 1993, told International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia.

The Jerusalem Post on May of 2012 reported on a Kurdish politician calling on Israel to support the breakup of Syria. The person’s name is Sherkoh Abbas or the President of the U.S. based Kurdistan National Assembly of Syria (KNA). The balkanization and division of nations has occurred throughout human history. Ironically, many of the Syrian rebels went into Kosovo to be trained in military techniques last month during May of 2012. The whole Yugoslavian region is a prime example of how the global elite allowed the division (and balkanization) of that region along religious & ethnic lines. America overtly and Israel covertly give support to the Free Syria Army or the FSA. A top level US State Department meeting was held in May with members of the Syrian Kurdish opposition. In attendance were representatives of the Kurdish National Council (KNC), Robert Stephen Ford, the outgoing US ambassador to Syria (who has played a key role in channeling support to the rebels) as well as Frederic C. Hof, a former business partner of Richard Armitage, who currently serves as the administration’s "special coordinator on Syria.” Assistant Secretary of State for Near Eastern Affairs Jeffrey Feltman meets with the delegation as well. Jeffery Feltman, Frederic C. Hof, and Robert Stephen Ford all have links to the Syrian Free Army and the Syrian National Council (SNC). The meeting was about the U.S. government trying to use the Kurds as a means to create a stronger force of opposition against the government of Assad in Syria. Abbas wants a greater Kurdistan and this agenda has been a part of the Western vision of the Middle East for decades. Discussions about the division of the federal

Syrian nation along religious and ethnic lines as well as he forming of an independent Kurdistan was talked about.

Rand Paul wants to support Mitt Romney, so that is his business. Yet, it's bigger than Rand Paul, Alex Jones, and others like them. It's about the global elite trying to create their Utopia new world order system and we have the right to disagree with the new world order. Rand Paul is wrong on that point, because Mitt Romney is just as pro-war as the current President Barack Obama is. Rand Paul said that he will attack Iran under certain circumstances to Bill O'Reilly. Rand Paul also voted no on GMO labeling amendment to the farm bill that: "...to permit States to require that any food, beverage, or other edible product offered for sale have a label on indicating that the food, beverage, or other edible product contains a genetically engineered ingredient.” The truth is that it is no vice for people to agree with organic foods. Rand claims to criticize the current national health care law, but Mitt Romney first instituted such a law with an individual mandate in his state of Massachusetts. Alex Jones blames Democrats for their errors (which I have no issue with), but he praises the libertarians. Huge libertarians like Jason Lewis said that large corporations like insurance companies, pharmaceuticals (or the vaccine makers), bankers, and defense contractors can almost do no wrong as long it's for the profit and the free market. What the libertarians don't understand is that you need some regulations to prevent the private sector from acting nihilistic. Humans aren't perfect, so limits are made in society to prevent anarchistic chaos. Now, the war mongering system is slick. The West would sell armaments to a regime like Iraq, Panama, Kosovo, Afghanistan, etc. Later, they will demonize the regime which they sold armaments to and declare war on it. These wars involve the war on terror, the Gulf War, the UN Kosovo War, etc. After the war, they create permanent military bases in those nations. They use the military bases in order for the West to rule the energy resources in those conquered nations. This foreign policy is called by the Pentagon as "full spectrum dominance." That means that the U.S./West must control the military, economic, and political developments everywhere. Once, American revolutionaries fought British oppressors to seek freedom. Many progressive movements afterward fought for civil and human rights. Now, we have U.S. leaders battling against people in the world (under the guise of democracy, freedom, and other clever slogans). Even during, WWII, American and German industrialists collaborated with the Nazis for the purpose of making unconscionable profits. Resistance against tyranny is fine and it's legitimate. Tyranny is still here. Not only are the workers oppressed, but non-workers are oppressed too by an archaic economic system.

Religious Buildings being Destroyed by the Rebels
Now, the Syrian rebels ransacked Christian Churches. There are shocking images that show how these rebels are destroying property of religious buildings. This is ironic since the hypocritical West claims to be against Muslim extremism, but they support these extremists as an excuse for them in attempting to conquer Syria (via neo-colonialism). A Christian woman in Homs showed one photograph. That photograph had a member of the Free Syrian Army posing with a looted Catholic cross in one hand and a gun in other while wearing a priest's robe. I don't agree with Catholicism religiously (you know how I feel about that religion), but I do believe in religious freedom. Even if I disagree with a religion, I don't believe that followers of that religion ought to be harmed or disrespected in an inappropriate fashion. Homs is the location of one of the bloodiest clashes of the conflict. To the Catholics, wearing priests' garments are disrespectful. The source says that the FSA people destroyed the church and filmed it. These robes can only be worn by deacons or priests or sub deacons. They also ransacked a church in Bustan al-Diwan (Old Homs). These rebels also rallied around the al-Qaeda flag like their allies or counterparts did in Libya. There is a video that shows Syrian activists flying the Al-Qaeda flag during an anti-Assad protest in the northern Syrian town of Binnish. There is another clip where Syrian rebels addressed the camera standing behind a table draped in the black Al-Qaeda flag. Even a French news agency AFP showed a Syrian rebel wearing the al-Qaeda flag on his arm. He accompanied UN observers in the villages of Azzara. It's hypocritical for the West to claim to fight al-Qaeda when they're allying with Al-Qaeda in trying to overthrow the regime of Assad. Western governments are in a war on terror, but they are working with radical Muslim terrorists. Another image has the Syrian rebels destroying the roof of the Church Um Al Zinar. The mainstream media present the deceptive characterization of these terrorist rebels as saints when they are involved in terrorism and massacres of innocent men, women, children, and babies. Another terrorist attack by rebels occurred recently. A gunmen stormed a pro-government TV station, bombings are still happening in buildings around Syria, and he shoot dead 3 employees. NATO supports these killers and terrorists still. They indirectly support the desecrating of places of worship. Back in March of 2012, there was video footage of Libyan rebels desecrating Christian and Jewish graves at a cemetery. The clip shows Libyan rebels breaking apart headstones while shouting “Allahu Akbar”. The men later try to smash up a large Christian cross statue with sledgehammers. So, we know the truth. The truth is that this imperialism against Syria is disgraceful and evil.

The CIA and Syria
The New York Times and the mainstream media has to admit that the CIA trained terrorists in Syria. The CIA is sending aid in steering arms to the Syrian opposition rebels. The West, Israel, and the token Gulf States are arming terrorists by proxy. Even the Muslim Brotherhood is being supported by the Western establishment. They or the West are funding terrorists, but they berate the Syrian government for violating an UN mandated ceasefire and for failing to protect its population. The Muslim Brotherhood promotes sectarian extremism, violence, and targeting secular nation-states. They have been criticized in the Middle East. The U.S. government supports the Muslim Brotherhood ironically enough including the LIFG (or the Libyan Islamic Fighting Group in Libya), Baluch terrorists in Pakistan, and the MEK. The MEK is called the Mujahideen-e-Khalq. They are based in Iraq and are used as proxies against Iran. Seymour Hersh admitted that the MEK did covert terror attacks in Iran with America's blessing. A senior American official claimed that the CIA tried to prevent weapons from going into the hands of al-Qaeda or similar terrorist groups. This is silly, because in Libya, al-Qaeda flags were run up across Benghazi by rebels. These rebels received NATO cash and arms to destroy the government of Muammar Qaddafi. This fact of the West funding rebels have been confirmed by the fact that Libyan LIFG rebels (who are led by AlQaeda commander Abdul Hakim Belhaj) have now made their way by the hundreds into Syria. The U.S. claimed that the international community is trying to stop the violence in Syria. Yet, the NY Times proved that the U.S. is supporting a military campaign against the Syrian government. They want the Syrian President Bashar al-Assad to be overthrown. The arms embargo proposal on Syria is now being exposed as being one-sided. This embargo will give the rebels an advantage in the deaths that can tip the balance in favor of Western proxy-forces (without the intent of ending the violence as quickly as possible as claimed by the pro-UN leader Kofi Annan). Turkey is a NATO member state. The Times reported that Turkey directly gave weapons to the terrorists operating in Syria. NATO is involved in the imperialism against Syria. Turkey allowed rebels to use its border region as a refuge, so attacks by Syrian opposition leaders against Syria can transpire. The mainstream media claims that the Free Syrian Army is only made up of only 100 or so small formations (or they consist of a handful of fighters of a couple of hundred combatants). This refutes the notion that there is a massively large popular uprising. The FSA is made up of mercenaries, foreign fighters, and sectarian extremists. They are armed and directly by foreign interests. Some of these terrorists’ proxies were organized as early as 2007 by the U.S., Israel, and Saudi Arabia (with the purpose of directly instituting regime change and change Syria into a Western client regime). The West shown propaganda about massacres and atrocities when many of these atrocities were organized by rebel related factions. The United States claims that Syria failed to

protect its people when the West simultaneously fuel the armed conflict it claims to want to end. This is hypocrisy and this is a crime against peace.

Wikileaks Wikileaks just released files as it relates to the Syrian conflict. Wikileaks believes that these emails are embarrassing and condemning for Syria and Syria's opponents as said by Julian Assange. There were more than 2.4 million emails that prove correspondence between Syrian political figures, ministries and associated companies between August 2006 and March 2012. The Associated Press reports, “WikiLeaks’ Sarah Harrison told journalists at London’s Frontline Club that the emails reveal interactions between the Syrian government and Western companies, although she declined to go into much further detail. … WikiLeaks posted only a handful of the documents to its website Thursday, but the disclosure — whose source WikiLeaks has not made clear — wouldn’t be the first major leak of Syrian emails." Harrison said that the materials are embarrassing to Syria and that Syria's oppositions will be equally ashamed. Harrison said that she wants a resolution to the Syrian conflict. The Syrian files from Wikeleaks show diplomatic words that talk about the U.S. government's role and responsibility in Iraq and Afghanistan. Wikileaks hacked emails about the correspondence from the Baath party. The emails show information on foreign affairs, finance, and Assad's Presidential business. There are records of financial transfers from Syrian ministries to nations. There are over 68,000 emails that are in Russian. Russia works in arms trading with Syria. The UN has pressure form the US to try to put sanctions in Assad's government, because of the Arab Spring (some of has been inspired and controlled by Soros infiltrators, NGOs, and the CIA). Wikileaks and Assange believed that the emails are genuine even when they haven't verified all of the emails. Some believe that Assange has links to the CIA and is promoting psyops. A CIA document entitled the "The Secret Team" describes some people using secret document exposure to give the guise of authentic political responsibility for intelligence and policy failures. Wikileaks assisted the U.S. government's overthrow of the Tunisian government. Assange acts like he's a lone wolf in trying to expose corruption in the U.S. government. The anti-Assad Friends of Syria group supports Assad's removal and they are meeting in Paris. Many hacking groups are ruled by the CIA. The West wants to allow Assad to be overthrown where a puppet leader can be placed in Syria. This could be similar to the election of the Muslim Brotherhood leader named Muhammad Morsi. Morsi destroyed the Egyptian constitution. He disbanded their Parliament. He wants to remove Assad from power in Syria being allied with American/Israeli/Gulf state/Saudi policies. Propaganda is shown by the CIA and other groups in trying to make Assad the most vicious criminal to be overthrown. Assad isn't an angel, but neither is the military industrial complex.

The Egyptian Election & The Muslim Brotherhood A member of the Muslim Brotherhood has been recently elected in Egypt. It's been found out that the Muslim Brotherhood had ties to Western intelligence for decades (as exposed by Dr. Peter Goodgame). Many of these likeminded groups wanted to do the West's bidding for decades. The Arab Spring has been exploited by Foundation money, the CIA, and other proxies as a means to have neo-imperialist domination in the Middle East. A lot of people never saw it coming and overt warfare would be out of the question (under the Brzezinski model. His model was to use proxies and a divide and conquer strategy in order for the Middle East to submit under the geopolitical interests of the West). Many of the pro-democracy protesters in Egypt were U.S. State Department funded, trained, and equipped mobs. They act as a means to get the job done. Mohammed Mori is now elected President of Egypt. He is of the Muslim Brotherhood. The U.S. State of Department supported Morsi back in April 6, 2012. Many of the Egyptian youth and others were brainwashed by Western propaganda to support Morsi. The West received their wish of getting rid of Hosni Mubarak. Later, the West wants agitation against Syria, Lebanon's Hezbollah, and Iran. The Muslim Brotherhood has been financing the Free Syrian defectors based in Turkey too. They channeled money and supplies to Syria. Also, U.S., Israeli, Saudi, and Qatari agents fund the rebels too in Syria. It was revealed in a 2007 New Yorker article titled, "The Redirection" by Seymour Hersh, that the Muslim Brotherhood was being directly backed by the US and Israel (who were funneling support through the Saudis so as to not compromise the "credibility" of the so-called "Islamic" movement). Hersh revealed that members of the Lebanese Saad Hariri clique, then led by Fouad Siniora, had been the go-between for US planners and the Syrian Muslim Brotherhood. Back in 2007, Hersh reported that the Lebanese Hariri faction met with Dick Cheney in D.C. This faction said that the Muslim Brotherhood in Syria can be used against the Assad ruling government. So, even in 2007, the U.S. and the Saudi funded opposition groups in Syria. One Syrian National Salvation Front is led by opposition leader Adbul Halim Khaddam. He was a former Syrian Vice President. He defected in 2005 and he is of the Brotherhood. He was funded by the Saudis. Some accusations of voter fraud came after Morsi won the election. Ironically, the Brotherhood is more theocratic and sectarian not secular. These Western aided proxies are slick. Egypt and Syria are being harmed, because the West might want to prepare better to battle Iran. This is just one step in the equation of a possible war with Iran. NATO funded terrorists came about to overthrow Libya's Gaddafi. The Muslim Brotherhood in Egypt wants intervention in Syria. Such documents like the Brooking Institution's "Which Path to Persia?" talk about ways where the Western forces want to covertly target Iran and even China. An united front against Iran could consist of the following nations: Libya, Egypt, Israel, the Gulf States, Saudi Arabia, Qatar, the UAE, the Muslim Brotherhood, and the West. This is wild. They mapped this goal for years. They want Iran to be a sitting duck. More News on Syria in 2012 Plus Beyond
Many people in the alternative media support neo-liberalism or neo-conservatism. People realize that the mainstream Western media outlets agree with a possible invasion of the Syrian government of President Al-Assad for nearly 16 months. The mainstream media is presenting a silly monolithic, one-sided view. The mainstream media is suppressing the fact that there is a covert war of aggression in Syria. Some socalled "progressive" alternative media entities like Democracy Now (headed by Amy Goodman) is supposed to be objective and unbiased. Some even progressive alternative media people will show the truth on the corporate corruption in the world and the negative machinations of the Pentagon. It isn’t just Amy Goodman involved with this, so I want to make that perfectly clear. Yet, they will show support for the effort to attack Syria. Some like Democracy Now are valuable to the Wall Street crowd since the Washington/Wall Street crowd can use information from Democracy Now & the George Soros crowd as a

means to neutralize opposition to Western warmongering and imperialism. Now, facts have established that the covert foreign backed subversion and terrorism from the West have contributed to the violence in the Middle East. Many of the pro-democracy Arab Spring popular movements seen in Egypt Tunisia, Yemen and Bahrain are sincere. Others have been influenced by NGOs and other corporate entities too. In Syria, the mainstream media said that the government of Damascus is solely responsible for the chaos there (and that Assad has a brutal, authoritarian regime cracking down on its civilian population wanting democratic reform). This narrative is monolithic and is supported by the New York Times, Washington Post, CNN, or the Financial Times, Guardian, Independent, Le Monde, BBC, ITN, the Irish national broadcaster RTE or the Middle East’s much-vaunted Al Jazeera. The reality is that some of the events in Syria have been fabricated. Some of the protesters aren't peaceful but use terrorism even against civilians in order to overthrow the Assad government. Many of them are Western, Turkish and Arabicback mercenaries that have infiltrated Syria. NATO is backing the rebellion, so Syria can be a client state of the West. The Houla massacre was said to be a product of government forces. Now, we see that the massacre seems to be the work of Western backed mercenaries. Now, Amy Goodman allowed Rafif Jouejati, a spokesperson for a Syrian opposition group called the Syrian Local Coordination Committees, based in Washington DC., free reign to present the lie that the Syrian government is solely responsible for the crimes in Syria. The interview ignores the evidence of Western, Turkish and Saudi/Qatari covert operations. Rafif said that: "...The bottom line is that the majority of the country is engaged in a popular revolution for freedom, for democracy, for dignity… We have mountains of evidence indicating that [Assad’s] armed forces have been engaged in systematic torture, rampant detentions, massacres across the country.” On the other hand, many sources say that people are terrified that Western armed gang are running rampant in their communities (and kidnapping, murdering and evicting families from their homes and burning business premises). According to the leaked Arab League Observer Mission Report, which had initially been commissioned by the Arab League at Washington's request:

"In Homs, Idlib and Hama, the Observer Mission witnessed acts of violence being committed against Government forces and civilians that resulted in several deaths and injuries. Examples of those acts include the bombing of a civilian bus, killing eight persons and injuring others, including women and children, and the bombing of a train carrying diesel oil. In another incident in Homs, a police bus was blown up, killing two police officers. A fuel pipeline and some small bridges were also bombed. " "Such incidents include the bombing of buildings, trains carrying fuel, vehicles carrying diesel oil and explosions targeting the police, members of the media and fuel pipelines. Some of those attacks have been carried out by the Free Syrian Army and some by other armed opposition groups." (League of Arab States Observer Mission to Syria).
The report of the Head of the League of Arab States Observer Mission to Syria for the period from 24 December 2011 to 18 January 2012, Ironically, these fact-finding observations of the AL Observer Mission , went against the interests of its Western sponsors. It was barely reported by the mainstream media). The FAZ reported on the Shia being murdered there. Der Spiegel from March 29, 2012 reported on how some rebels are killing people via brigades. These killings are extra judicial and they constitute mass murder. Christian churches and homes have been destroyed by some rebel forces as well. Democracy Now supports this rebel terrorist movement. They also supported the NATO intervention in Libya. NATO killed people in Libya and the rebels executed innocent black Libyans in cold blood. Democracy Now using a "progressive" cloak is still covering up for U.S.-led imperialist intervention.

There is a KONY-like style documentary coming out that is trying to sell the evil war on Syria. This documentary was produced by the mercenary who fought with NATO-back Libyan rebels. People know that the NATO war crimes in Libya were abominable and criminal. Now, they are promoting the same war crimes in Syria by Western backed rebels. This mercenary is producing a documentary film. He supports an invasion of Syria. He draws inspiration from the KONY 2012 documentary. KONY 2012 now is exposed as a fraud, but it once spread greatly across the Internet (which was exploited as a means to justify the evil U.S. military interventions in Africa). The mercenary's name is Matthew Van Dyke. He's a 33 year old American filmmaker and war correspondent. He was with the U.S. military in Iraq. Back in 2011, he traveled into Libya in order to fight with NATO backed rebels. Some of the rebels were part of the LIFG. LIFG is an Al-Qaeda offshoot. They killed U.S. troops in Iraq. The West supports terrorists while hypocritically condemns terrorism. VanDyke was imprisoned by the Libyan regime for almost six months. Yet, he still managed to aid rebels in getting rid of Gaddafi. Libya was once the richest nation in Africa. Now, it is a puppet pro-NATO state. Sectarian thugs rule that nation of Libya presently. These thugs have imprisoned, tortured, and killed thousands of black Libyans. That's one of the many reasons why I can't support this war on terror. Van Dyke gave aid and support to LIFG (it's listed as a terrorist organization by the U.S. State Department. He faces no legal retribution from the U.S. government). These same al-Qaeda terrorists that were once in Libya are now flooding Syria. They are backing the insurgency against President Assad. Van Dyke said that he will join the rebels in Syria on the front line in order for him to fight the Syrian government. He wants to film a documentary about his support of overthrowing the Syrian government. He cites the propaganda film KONY 2012 as his inspiration to go into Syria. People know that KONY 2012 enraged the Ugandan people because of its falsehoods. The films' director Jason Russell had a mental breakdown. VanDyke wants donations to his project and wants people to send money into his Twitter page. He wants to raise at least $19,500 and wants to add to a figure of a $100,000 would allow for a publicity campaign for the film. His journalist friend John Cantlie was captured recently by Syrian rebels. These rebels told him that they want to bring Shariah law to Syria. Shariah law is legal system submerged under a theocratic Islamic state. These rebels were called foreign jihadists or some of them had English accents (being from Britain, Pakistan, and Bangladesh). The insurgents aren't making huge progress in Syria. They are fighting in the cities. The military industrial complex is using mercenaries like VanDyke as a means to promote propaganda against Syria. A NATO invasion could come. VanDyke is wrong to assume that all of the Syrian rebels are democratic freedom fighters. Many of them are foreign

insurgents and opportunists that fulfill the aims of NATO in ending Assad's reign in order for a puppet state to come about. The RAND Corporations admits now that there is a present of AlQaeda fighters in Syria.

Vladimir Putin and Syria
Syria is known by many in the world. Russia's Putin doesn't want a war with others, but he wants to be prepared if a huge war develops in Syria. Syria is in a civil war. There are explosive tensions in the Middle East. The West and NATO desire a more confrontation approach with the Syrian leadership. Putin desires a negotiated settlement in order for the Syrian civil war to end. Putin therefore is seeking direct diplomacy with the Syrian government and the so-called opposition Syrian National Council. Turkey's regime is having a refugee issue as well, because many Syrians are coming into Turkey to escape the heinous violence of the civil war. Even Putin is trying to have diplomacy with Israel's Benjamin Netanyahu; because he believes that if the rebels win in Syria (Syria could be run by pro-Muslim Brotherhood factions that don't like the Israeli government at all). Syria has imperfections, but it is a multi-ethnic and multi-religious nation. President Bashar Al-Assad is an Alawite Muslim. He married a Sunni wife. The Alawite sect is an offshoot of Shia Islam (It doesn't force their women to wear head scarves and are more liberal by Sunni standards). Some Sunni Islamic nations like Saudi Arabia have women forbidden to even a hold a driver's license. Now, Syria has Alawites, Druze, Kurds, Armenian Orthodox Christians and Sunnis. If the rebels win, Syria's power will mostly be controlled by the proSunni Muslim Brotherhood factions. Gajendra Singh is an expert on Middle Eastern politics. He is a retired Indian diplomat and worked in the Middle East for decades. He knows about the ethnic diversity of Syria. He said that if the Alawite power was gone, then a slaughter could thousands of people. Singh estimates, “A defeat of Assad led regime will lead to slaughter of Alawites, Shias, Christians, even Kurds and Druzes. In all, 20 % of a population of 20 Million.” The Muslim Brotherhood dominates the Syrian National Council. The armed opposition Free Syrian Army have done war crimes and have terrorists in their ranks. Russia and China don't want a large war. They want to use even ships to guard their port in the Middle East. Many mercenaries travel from Turkey into Syria to participate in the Civil War. So, Putin wants to advance the six point Annan plan. This plan wants all sides to end the fighting and come to a negotiated settlement under the influence of the United Nations. To sort out fact from fiction inside Syria is daunting as media are limited and opposition spokesmen have been repeatedly caught lying about events. In one recent instance, a UK journalist claimed he was deliberately led into a potential death trap by rebel opposition forces to score propaganda against the Damascus regime. The UK Channel 4 News’s chief correspondent, Alex Thomson, told AP that Syrian rebels set him up to die in no man’s land

near the Lebanese border, saying they wanted to use his death at the hands of government forces to score propaganda points. And in one brazen example of political manipulation, BBC was recently caught publishing a photograph it claimed was of a massacre at Al-Houla on 25 May 2012, in which 108 persons are known to have died including 49 children. It turned out the picture had been taken by Italian photo journalist, Marco Di Lauro in Iraq in 2003. This plan wants humanitarian aide in the region. It has other common sense reforms that are better than the Western goal for Syria. Putin has some leverage in Turkey since Turkey is the 2nd largest buyer of Russian natural gas and some 80 percent of its natural gas comes from the Russian state controlled Gazprom. Oil flows in Eurasia as well. If NATO attacked Libya, they can attack Syria in an unjust fashion. Imperialists are still among us. Syria is one of their new battlefields. They want to get rid of Assad in order for the elite to bring in a malleable puppet to rule the nation of Syria.

2012-2013 Syrian Updates

The United Nations defends the genocide in Syria if it is done by the rebels. Numerous sincere individuals are included in the UN, but it was created ultimately by the establishment for the establishment. The reason is that they deceitfully label the atrocities made by the rebels as "reprisals." As early as 2007, it has been reported that the U.S., Israel, and Saudi Arabia worked together as a means to organize, fund, train, and arm militants to target Syria. Many of these militants are directly linked to Al-Qaeda. As we know, the father of Al-Qaeda worked with the West back in the late 1970’s as a way to repeal the Soviets from the nation of Afghanistan. This funding can trigger an unprecedented "cataclysmic conflict" driven by sectarian extremism. This sectarian violence can lead into a redrawing of the Middle East. This redrawing will benefit select and favored Western corporate financier plus geopolitical interests while the Middle Eastern region is weaken, divided, and continues in problematic infighting. The UN is ignoring the overt sectarian nature of the FSA or the Free Syrian Army and their so-called rebellion. Many communities of minorities like Christians, Shias, Druze, etc. face extermination by extremists. UN special adviser on the prevention of genocide named Adama Dieng said about the impact this situation will have on public opinion that: "...I am deeply concerned that entire communities risk paying the price for crimes committed by the Syrian government.” The UN anti-genocide envoy said that Syrian minorities face reprisal attacks when it is NATO and its allies' armies and funding these terrorists destroying the infrastructure of the nation of Syria. What Reuters doesn’t report is that US, Saudi and Lebanese officials had for years warned that US foreign policy, started under Bush and continued in earnest under Obama, would trigger this very sort of sectarian violence – driven by Al Qaeda-style fanaticism, not “reprisals.” Pulitzer Prize winning journalist Seymour Hersh documented in the New Yorker back in his 2007 article entitled, "The Redirection: Is the Administration's new policy benefitting our enemies in the war on terrorism?" that the West wanted to play Sunnis and Shias against each other as a means to handle the mostly Shiite nation of Iran. Seymour wrote back in 2007 that Washington approved of allowing the Saudi government to give funds and logistical aid to weaken the government of President Bashir Assad of Syria. Even former CIA agent in Lebanon Robert Bear is concerned that Christian minorities in Syria might be harmed by Sunni radicals. So, the campaign to dismantle and rule Syria by the West has been mapped out for long years, even during the Bush administration. Even the Brookings Institution's "Middle East Memo #21: Saving Syria: Assessing Options for Regime Change" admitted that the USA could bleed Syria purposely as a means to end the Assad Presidency. Such documents prove that the attack against Syria is not about humanitarian justifications or promoting democracy in the world. It is about using violence by the rebels as a means to overthrow the Assad government. This has been a serious part of Western foreign policy since at least 2007. The sectarian violence utilized by the rebels is excused by the United Nations indeed.

Lebanon Bombing and Conclusion

There is the Lebanon bombing. Some believe that this event may be the impetus for a possible US/NATO planned sectarian war. Seymour Hersh's 2007 New York article entitled, "The Redirection" proved that some in the U.S., Saudi Arabia, and Israel supported some sectarian war (which could overrun the governments of Lebanon, Syria, and Iran). The bombing happened in Beirut. A high ranking security chief Brigadier General Wissam al-Hassan died from the event. He was viewed as "anti-Syrian." Immediately, the establishment blamed Syria for the attack even before all of the evidence have been investigated. This accusation came from the Saad Hairi faction as well. Hariri has no evidence at this point to prove that Syria was responsible for the bombing. Hezbollah, Syria, and Iran all have condemned the bombing. They believe that it was created as a means to provoke a wider sectarian war, which none of these nations will benefit from. The Gulf States, Israel, and America want the downfall of Hezbollah (a Shia faction), Syria, and Iran. One of the covert reasons on why the war on terror existed was because the elite wanted to kill Shia in order to create a token mostly Sunni dominated Middle East. Pro-Western "Lebanon Now" still maintains that Syria is responsible and they conclude that blaming Israel inappropriate when no investigation of the attack. The elite want to destroy the regime of President Bashar al-Assad of Syria. Hariri omits that much of the movement of the Arab Spring has been Western engineered. Seymour Hersh wrote in 2007 that Hariri was building an armed militant front in northern Lebanon. This is across the border from Homs, Syria. These militants have links to al-Qaeda. They are supported by the U.S., Israel, and Saudi Arabia as a means to prepare for sectarian violence. Homs is still a very powerful stronghold in Syria. The West supports al-Qaeda affiliated groups in Syria and other locations in the Middle East. Harriri has a policy that is driven by Wall Street, London, Tel Aviv, Doha, and Riyadh. When Western and token Sunni traitor factions fund militants in Syria that is in direct violation of the brokered ceasefire. The West wants to motivate Ankara to have a more militant stance against Syria. In an interview in Beirut, a senior official in the Siniora government acknowledged that there were Sunni jihadists operating inside Lebanon. “We have a liberal attitude that allows Al Qaeda types to have a presence here,” he said. He related this to concerns that Iran or Syria might decide to turn Lebanon into a “theatre of conflict.” Like usual, the West is funding the Sunnis in order for them to prosecute the minority Shia factions in the Middle East. Proxies from Moncef Marzouki of Tunisia, Libyan Prime Minister Abdurrahim el-Keib, etc. provided arms and cash to Syrian terrorists (including they send fighters into Syria as well). Saad Hariri is a rich man and he promotes facilitation of sectarian violence. So, the violence is being agitated against Sunni and Shia Muslims in a divide and conquers strategy. Anti-Assad clerics have been shot by Lebanese soldiers. Thereby, we can't fall into the trap of Islamophobia or wanting the Middle East to be subjugated by the West. The Sunnis and the Shias should not fall into the trap of a divide and conquer strategy. Assad is not some paragon of virtue, but the people of Syria should decide the fate of Syria (not NATO, foreign militants, or other extremists). Hariri may think that this alliance with the West is to protect him from a Shia threat, but when you work with the enemy, the enemy may fight you.

You can't support a pro-oil puppet regime in Libya and claim to be on the cutting edge. Assad isn't an angel and I don't support Assad, but terrorist rebels aren't heroes either.

There are peaceful things going on in the globe. With the recent passing of a lot of people even in 2012, it kind of reminds me about the important things in life. These important things are: loved ones, family, friends, a peace of mind, life in general, and a love of humanity, which can’t be bought. These things come to us free of charge. So, in my heart, I do believe in selfimprovement, compassion, and striving to be a better man. Strength of mind and courage are potent characteristics that any human being can have. I have hope. I have hope in myself and the human race. Henceforth, I will permanently believe in the whole truth.

By Timothy

Goodbye & Peace

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