SCANDAL: The Independent 17 Sept. 2011: Al Qaeda/Islamic Fighting Group is given seat in the UN plenary assembly via Libya´s rebel Transitory National Council.

LATEST: Reuters 14 Sept. 2011:  Rights groups say street protests have been overwhelmingly peaceful so far. It is going to take a lot to topple Assad.  He knows there is little appetite for military intervention. By imposing sanctions and calling for Assad to go, Western powers have already pulled the few levers of influence they have over Syria.

Reuters 8 Sept. 2011:  Syrian protesters have been chanting slogans calling for international protection but there has been no hint in the West of an appetite for a repeat of NATO air strikes that played a major role in the overthrow of Libyan leader Muammar Gaddafi.

Summary: Acc. to the Prison Planet, the same theatre  now seems to be played before our eyes in relation to Syria as before the NATO attacks on Libya:  1. International sanctions 2. US and EU demands for Assad to step down 3. UN Resolution  4. No Fly Zone 5. A long, protracted NATO bombing campaign 6. “Regime-change. The build-up to war is undoubtedly connected to the Palestinian bid to achieve full statehood at the UN in September. Rumors have been flying around intelligence circles for weeks that the United States and/or Israel would launch a new conflict in order to derail the UN vote.

This is also the result reached by Professor Chossudovsky of the Global Research Center: He sees the EU oil embargo against Syria – that country´s economic lifeline - as yet another part of an inevitable and long planned NATO war against Syria – due to unleash a regional war including North Africa, the Middle East and beyond – reaching as far ast to the Chinese border.
Furthermore, Prof. Chossudovsky´s studies show that the majority of Syrians are not supporting the ongoing antigovernmental riots in Syria - an observation supported by The Independent on 5 Sept. Chossudovsky sees armed warriors from outside having entered Syria and mixed with peaceful demonstrators.  The Independent 5 Sept. 2011 has the following statement: A middle-aged Christian man explained:  “All the international media are liars. Al Jazeera, BBC, CNN – they are all lying. There is no trouble here in Damascus.” In contrast, The Spiegel on 24 Aug. has a story from an anonymous person translated to English from some unknown language about thugs  in Damascus beating persons up who might have uttered opinions against the regime. Possibly from the refugee office in London which usually exaggerates enormously. However, the regime has banned foreign journalists, thus exposing itself to rumours.

What is more astounding, however, is that  “The Crisis Group” 13 July 2011 (Rothschild agent George Soros on the Board – Zbigniew Brzezinski is adviser) also agree: “Desperate to survive at all costs, Syria’s regime appears to be digging its grave. The protest movement is strong and getting stronger but yet to reach critical mass. President Bashar Assad enjoyed some genuine popularity. Many Syrians dread chaos and their nation’s fragmentation. But whatever opportunity the regime once possessed is being jeopardised by its actions.  There is little to gain and much to lose from a more interventionist approach – which is unlikely. Protesters claim they are entirely peaceful, but that assertion is hard to reconcile with witness testimony and with the vicious murder of several security officers. More plausibly, criminal networks, some armed Islamist groups, elements supported from outside and some demonstrators acting in self defence have taken up arms.The vast majority of casualties have been peaceful protesters. Officials argue that many Syrians still see things differently, that they are wary of the protest movement, suspecting it is a Trojan horse for Islamists and that the fall of the regime would mean sectarian civil war. They have a point”.  The Council on Foreign Relations 18 Aug. 2011 shares the same attitude. The New York Times 27 Aug. 2011: Iran, Syria’s closest ally, called on the government in Damascus to recognize its people’s “legitimate” demands.

As for the sanctions, there is one similarity with NATO´s bombing campaign i Libya: The sanctions recently resolved on by the United States against Damascus are hitting the popular anti-regime movement hard . Neither in Damascus nor in any other part of the country has it been possible to withdraw cash using the most popular means: Visa or Mastercard credit cards, from the ATMs of Syrian banks. The two US-based multinationals blocked all Syrian transactions on August 20 as part of the most recent sanctions package.

The EUISS states that the EU cannot be neutral - that huge interests are at stake - probably the miscreant Euromediterranean Process. One more factor could be accelerating war in the Middle East: DEBKAfile 5 Sept. 2011: Debkafile’s military sources report that Tehran was about to move on from 20 percent enriched uranium to 60 percent – the last step before the 90 percent enrichment for weapons-grade fuel. The head of Iran’s atomic agency also revealed the imminent transfer of its critical enrichment facilities from Natanz to a heavily fortified subterranean facility. Western intelligence sources estimated Sunday, Sept. 4, that Iran’s advances had brought forward to the spring of 2012 the potential completion of between two and four bombs and the ability to conduct  a nuclear test.
China and North Korea appear to have decided to keep their distance from the nuclear miscreant in Tehran.
On Aug. 31, French President Nicolas Sarkozy warned, “Iran’s attempts to build long-range missiles and nuclear weapons could lead unnamed countries to launch a pre-emptive attack.” Sarkozy´s remark is to be seen against the backdrop of the Bilderberger demand at their June 2011 meeting for a major and bloody war in The Middle East to raise oil prices!

However, NATO will probably hesitate – but the Syrian overnment may grow so desperate as to attack Israel as observers believe  – and Assad´s cousin, Rami Makhlouf, has more than indicated in the New York Times.

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In Syria, the same scenario is seen in the CIA/US Congress / George Soros funded and instigated “Arab Spring” theatre as before the attack on Libya (Infowars 18 Aug. 2011): Political condemnations, mendacious media propaganda about poor peaceful demonstrators – although  many of them are well armed rebels. Giant pro-government demonstrators were described as antigovernment demonstrators, the numbers of whom were wildly exaggerated. Then came the Syria-assad-poster2US and EU demands that Pres. Assad resign. Lately ultimata and here have been forwarded that Assad stops the ongoing slaughter of “peaceful demonstrators of NGO-brainwashed, Muslim Brotherhood and “Al Qaeda” rebels – or Turkey, and Saudi Arabia supported by the US will invade the country -as affirmed by the Russian NATO envoy – who adds that this long planned attack will just be a jumping board for war on Iran. The response of the Syrian regime is said to be a likely attack on Israel. However, Turkey seems to turn its war rhetoric against Israel instead, threatening to attack the Israeli navy.

Prison Planet 24 Aug. 2011: More Western-backed provocateur actions within the country can be expected designed to sway international opinion in favour of the following: 1. International sanctions 2. UN Resolution 3. No Fly Zone 4. A long, protracted NATO bombing campaign 5. Regime-change. The build-up to war is undoubtedly connected to the Palestinian bid to achieve full statehood at the UN in early September. Rumors have been flying around intelligence circles for weeks that the United States and/or Israel would launch a new conflict in order to derail the UN vote.
EUbusiness 19 Aug. 2011: Russia opposes calls by the United States and the European Union for Syrian President Bashar al-Assad to step down, the Interfax news agency said Friday, citing a foreign ministry source.

Professor Michel Chossudovsky
(1. video below) sees the EU oil embargo against Syria – that country´s economic lifeline - as yet another part of an inevitable and long planned NATO war against syria – due to unleash a regional war including North Africa, the Middle East and beyond –reaching as far ast to the Chinese border.

Prof. Cossudovsky  seems right about majority of Syrians not supporting the ongoing armed Al Qaeda/ Muslim Brotherhood insurrection
The Independent 5 Sept. 2011; A middle-aged Christian man called Sari explained:  “All the international media are liars,” he said. “Al Jazeera, BBC, CNN – they are all lying. There is no trouble here in Damascus.”
Syria’s more than 2 million Christians account for around 10 per cent of the total population and are just one minority in the patchwork of different creeds. But in interviews this week, some of them said many in their community were uneasy about the anti-government protests convulsing their country. According to one Christian activist called Yusef, many Christians have no great love for the Assad regime. Yet large numbers are worried about what will happen if he falls. Many others living in and outside the capital – particularly the business elite whose fortunes are tied to the regime – have their own vested interest in protecting the regime of President Bashar al-Assad. Said Dima, an alawite, who supports the insurgence: “Most of the people I know are not in favour of the uprising. They are very worried.”

Acc. to Prof. Chussodovsky, well-armed insurgents killing Christians and coming in from Turkey are among the Syrian demonstrators. He indicates they are part of intelligence (CIA) operations (2. video).

The Crisis Group 13 July 2011 (Rothschild agent George Soros on the Board – Zbigniew Brzezinski is adviser): Desperate to survive at all costs, Syria’s regime appears to be digging its grave. The protest movement is strong and getting stronger but yet to reach critical mass. President Bashar Assad enjoyed some genuine popularity. Many Syrians dread chaos and their nation’s fragmentation. But whatever opportunity the regime once possessed is being jeopardised by its actions.The international community, largely from fear of the alternative to the status quo, waits and watches, eschewing for now direct involvement. There is little to Syria-oil-elite-staginggain and much to lose from a more interventionist approach – which is unlikely.

Crude propaganda from the regime and its policy of banning outside reporters has ensured clouding about the situation. Protesters claim they are entirely peaceful, but that assertion is hard to reconcile with witness testimony and with the vicious murder of several security officers. More plausibly, criminal networks, some armed Islamist groups, elements supported from outside and some demonstrators acting in self defence have taken up arms.The vast majority of casualties have been peaceful protesters.

Officials argue that many Syrians still see things differently, that they are wary of the protest movement, suspecting it is a Trojan horse for Islamists and that the fall of the regime would mean sectarian civil war. They have a point, but the crisis of confidence with much of the population and loss of legitimacy is almost surely too deep to be overcome.  Military intervention could unleash the very sectarian civil war the international community wishes to avoid, provoke further instability in an already unstable neighbourhood and be a gift to a regime that repeatedly has depicted the uprising as the work of foreign conspirators. Sanctions against regime officials can be of use, though this instrument almost has been exhausted. The Council on Foreign Relations 18 Aug. 2011 shares the same attitude
The New York Times 27 Aug. 2011: Iran, Syria’s closest ally, called on the government in Damascus to recognize its people’s “legitimate” demands on Saturday.

Ahmedinejad + Assad

Syria-dem.ANSAmed 25 Aug. 2011: The latest ”targeted” sanctions recently resolved on by the United States against Damascus are hitting the popular anti-regime movement hard. For over five months, the protest movement has been nurtured by economic and logistical support from individual households and from a network of Syrian businesspeople in the diaspora.

But for some days now, neither in Damascus nor in any other part of the country has it been possible to withdraw cash using the most popular means: Visa or Mastercard credit cards, from the ATMs of Syrian banks. The two US-based multinationals blocked all Syrian transactions on August 20 as part of the most recent sanctions package imposed by the United States government two days earlier. ”Western sanctions have never even scratched the regime,” Mr Safadi told us. ”they have always ended up by harming the people and small businesses”. Which is why Mr Safadi is angered at the decision to cut off Visa and Mastercard services: ”it is like taking water from the fish”. (ANSAmed).

Stop-blodshedPro-assad-demSpiegel 24 Aug. 2011 has a horrible description of the conditions in Syria – apparently written by a journalist who was there – but without name. The article is stated to have been translated – without statement from which language. Is it from the usual propaganda office in London? I will just give you this excerpt: Every evening, the “ghosts” come. They laugh, chew nuts and heft their clubs. That’s truly what they’re called, shabiha, or “ghosts.” In reality, they’re the regime’s thugs, thousands of men who swarm out after the daily fast is broken to take up their posts outside the mosques of Damascus. At 10 p.m., when evening prayers end, they’re already waiting in front of the gates, armed and lurking threateningly between parked cars, ready to cut down anyone who dares to speak out against the president or the system.

EUISS 16 Aug. 2011: Europe and the West do not have the luxury of doing nothing. Having no policy is a policy in itself and there are huge interests at stake. The West cannot be neutral, hesitation translates into a license to kill.

Iran´s nuclear progress is now increasing the danger of an attack on it and its ally Syria

DEBKAfile 5 Sept. 2011: Debkafile’s military sources report that Tehran was about to move on from 20 percent enriched uranium to 60 percent – the last step before the 90 percent enrichment for weapons-grade fuel. The head of Iran’s atomic agency also revealed the imminent transfer of its critical enrichment facilities from Natanz to a heavily fortified subterranean facility. Western intelligence sources estimated Sunday, Sept. 4, that Iran’s advances had brought forward to the spring of 2012 the potential completion of between two and four bombs and the ability to conduct  a nuclear test.China and North Korea appear to have decided to keep their distance from the nuclear miscreant in Tehran.
Last Wednesday, Aug. 31, French President Nicolas Sarkozy warned, “Iran’s attempts to build long-range missiles and nuclear weapons could lead unnamed countries to launch a pre-emptive attack.”

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The Sunday Times Even before the fall of Colonel Muammar Gaddafi’s hateful regime, it was clear the last Labour Government had co-operated with the monster in all kinds of discreditable ways. It had sold him lots of weapons. It had welcomed, and almost certainly connived in, the Scottish Government’s early release of Abdelbaset Ali al-Megrahi, convicted of the 1988 Lockerbie bombing which caused the deaths of 270 people, 43 of them British.

Sarkozy-assad

Right: Pres Sarkozy ´s friendship with Bashar Asssad was still warm on  27 Apr. 2011.

Comment
The CIA / Soros organized “Arab Spring” is difficult to understand. Why do the forces of the New World Order  want to destroy everything around them? In Europe and America through the immigration of the incompatible culture of Islam. Simultaneously the NWO is bombing the home countries of the Muslims into ruins. Is there a common denominator? Is it so that they want to chase even more Muslim refugees that cannot be rejected to Europe - knowing full well that the EU keeps all of them? Do they really believe that Muslim countries can be rebuilt as modern societies as long as the Koran and Sharia – which is even being promoted by Western powers in Libya – law prevail? Or is this the overture to a Depopulationist action and here – and here and here in a chaos, such as has never seen, World War III - as described in Albert Pikes letter to Mazzini” (written 1894 by a Freemason).  In fact, the “War on Terror” is nothing but World War III, through which the NWO subdues stubborn countries one by one through war. The above also shows which plans the architects of the NWO and here/ NATO have with a few disobedient countries (Syria and Iran): subjugation through war – whether the affected peoples want it or not. Who has decreed it to come that way: our heads of state and government, our media editors and the usual bankster bosses aka the Bilderbergers at their June meeting 2011!