Sun 25 Mar 2012
Summary: In Iran– and Russia-backed Syria, another refugee avalanche is seen that will eventually swap over on endlessly hospitable Europe - just like from Libya, Iraq and Afghanistan, where NATO drove out people because of chaos. This has been declared to be desired, in order to create radical multi-cultural social change, i.e. the final eradication of nation states and Christianity - as demanded by Adam Weishaupt. There are still only 230 000 Syrians on the run - most within Syria. However, with more civil war and possibly Western-Arab intervention, their number will iincrease much more. To avoid this, Turkey is said to consider setting up buffer zones along the borders on Syrian soil, which would be tantamount to an invasion. However, in private, Turkish Foreign Minister Davutoglu, so says a source, said, “Turkey will do nothing to harm the territorial integrity of Syria.”
However, the war in Syria is already a Western war against a sovereign country - in part by CIA, MI5 and MI6 consultants and trainers, mostly by special forces from Qatar, from Great Britain, the USA and France on the ground.
But above all, Western NWO nations are using their Middle East client states for a multi-pronged attack on Syria by the media, the Arab League, the United Nations and now through proxy forces. The U.S. and its ally, Saudi Arabia (a Sunni extremist Islamic dictatorship - but seems to have a Rothschild central bank) are using extremist proxy forces throughout the Middle East as pawns on their geopolitical chessboard.
It is no coincidence that the Syrian Free Army (FSA) is strongest on the borders of Turkey, Iraq, Jordan, North Lebanon - areas with strong U.S. alliances. The Turkey, a NATO country, offers the FSAaccomodation and weapons. From Iraq. many of the 80,000 “unemployed” U.S. / Saudi hirelings of the “Awakening Council” are said to have trickled into Syria to serve their masters there.
From Libya, 300-400 warriors from the Islamic group, an “Al Qaeda” branch, to fight against Assad.
“[Sunni] Prominent radical Salafi cleric in Tripoli, Lebanon, called on Syrian Sunnis to join the uprising against the Syrian regime.” Syria receives weapon deliveries from Russia and Iran.
Assad’s country must be destroyed by the UK-trained militia, so that it can be developed along approved Euro-American lines. These guidelines mean first opening the country to the depredations of the multinational banks and companies as required by Soros. Furthermore, the establishment of a Rothschild central bank, as it happened right after the NATO invasion of Libya.
On 21 March, the UN Security Council approved in a presidential statement that Syria has to implement a peace plan by the envoy of the UN-Arab League, Kofi Annan, ”immediately”, and it contained a veiled warning against international action. Such a declaration is not binding - and Russia still will not hear about a regime change in Syria, although it now says that Syria makes very many mistakes. Just now, according to the ABC, Russian marines have come to Syria to fight the NATO special forces. Russia denies that. The danger is i.a. the fact that Assad and his cousin, Makhlouf, have threatened to attack Israel if their regime is in danger.
The Beirut-based newspaper Alakhbar writes: Today, the withdrawal of the armed groups in the neighborhood of Homs means one thing: the strategy of militarization of the conflict from the inside is no more a plausible option. Group A is for a face-saving exit from the promised escalation in Syria. It consists of the United States, the EU and Turkey. Group B, on the other side is strongly for regime change at any price, and includes Saudi Arabia, Qatar and some elements of French, American, British and Libyan establishments. The struggle in Syria is vital for group B. According to the U.S. Council on Foreign Relations, the opposition is catastrophically split - and is getting more and more islamized.
It would be good if the Western-Arab countries would pay attention to the words of “Foreign Affairs” March / April 2012, the U.S. CFR: Nine years after U.S. forces overthrew Saddam Hussein, and only a few months after the last U.S. soldier left Iraq, the country has become something like a failed state. Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki, presides over a system full of corruption and brutality, political leaders in the security forces and militias are used to suppress enemies and to intimidate the general population. The law exists as a weapon against rivals, and to cover up the crimes of the Allies. The dream of an Iraq that is governed by elected politicians responsible to the people faded rapidly.”
The Iraqi government cannot ensure basic services, including regular power supply in summer, clean water and adequate medical care. Meanwhile, unemployment hovers by almost 30% among young men, making them easy to recruit for criminal gangs and militant groups.
In Libya, it looks likewise - and so will Syria look, too, after a “liberation” – and may even be lucky if the country avoids tribal and religious feuds, as in Libya and Iraq. These countries can work only under a strong dictatorship like the Sharia - as in Iran. This is what 95% of Egyptians understand by democracy.
Further south in the Middle East a proxy war is going on between Israel and Iran. The Iranian representatives in the Gaza Strip are Hamas and Jihad Islami, the latter has just been firing a round of rockets on Israel with many missiles. This feature has, however, now been taken over by a Sunni Dschhadist group, according to Debkafile. These groups have their quarters and weapons plants in the Sinai Peninsula, where they are outside the reach of the Israeli Air Force. Egypt refuses to talk directly or indirectly with the Iranian-backed Jihad Islami, Tehran’s Palestinian representative. As Egypt will enter into no truce negotiations unless these groups stop their activities in Sinai, this conflict is likely to escalate. It is actually the beginning of a war between Israel and Iran. In the north, waiting for Iranian support, Hezbollah might also bombard Israel with rockets.
“Al Qaeda has evolved into a media mythology, used as a tool of media disinformation and war propaganda. Reference to Al Qaeda has become a dogma.
The routine use of Al Qaeda to generate blanket explanations of complex political events is meant to create confusion. It prevents people from thinking. The Al Qaeda Legend sustains the “Big Lie”.
Acknowledged by the CIA, the Islamic jihad “was” a US sponsored “intelligence asset” going back to the heyday of the Soviet-Afghan war (1979-1989).
Acting on behalf of the CIA, the ISI was involved in the recruitment and training of the jihadist fighters described by President Ronald Reagan as “Freedom Fighters”.
The notion of Al Qaeda –”the outside enemy” which threatens Western civilization– is predicated on “an inquisitorial doctrine”. The Homeland Security State personifies what might be described as the “American Inquisition” (Prof. Chussodovsky Global Res. 24 March 2012).
Documentation of Summary
Like the “Arab Spring”, the situation in Syria produces many refugees – and likewise many of them can be expected to enrich Europe multiculturally – so as to “change European culture, societies radically” – and to detroy Christianity. On 21 March 2012 the Danish State Radio informed that Danish school pupils are to learn about Islam already in the 1. form – although this is not in the curriculum – and certainly the children will learn nothing about the threats of murder on infidels as demanded by the Koran (e.g. sura 9:5). They are to learn that Islam is the “religion of peace” – as seen in Toulouse, the entire Middle East and every day on our streets! This is necessary in order to buy the support of the Muslim world for EU´s super power status and here as formalized through the Euromediterranean Process!
Newser 13 March 2012: UN Refugee Agency says violence in Syria has caused 230,000 people to flee their homes. They flee to Lebanon and Turkey. Now Denmark´s Radio 1 on 23 March 2012 reported: 301.000 persons applied for asylum in one of the 27 EU countries in 2011. This is 40.000 more than in both 2010 og 2009. The EESC: “Despite 650 000 expulsions only 164 000 returned to their home countries (with our taxpayer money in their pockets) in 2004 from the EU, while 500 000 non-citizens were left in a de facto illegal situation.” The EU will “resettle” them in the EU
“The Arab Spring” started by enthusiastic Facebook and Twitter-NGO activists in Egypt being trained in Washington DC and by the the Serbian OTPOR (Tunisia) in cooperation with the CIA, MI5 and MI6 (Libya). US Congressional NED and Freedom House were the brains behind it. This method of instigating chaos is not new. Russian Pres. Dimitry Medvedev knew – well founded - from the CIA inspired riots in 1979 supported by the agents of Western intelligence and the Muslim Brotherhood and here. This subversive US/NATO/Muslim Brotherhood trick led to “The Arab Winter” with Muslim Brotherhood election victories in Egypt, Morocco, Tunisia. Acc. to a Pew poll, 95% of Egyptians see the Sharia as democracy – and this dictatorial law of Allah´s is totally incompatibel with Western democracy! After the Libyan NATO invasion and subsequent chaos along ethnic and religious lines, Libya moved from a prosperous Gaddafi dictatorship to an impoverished and violent declared Sharia dictatorship with the Muslim Brotherhood and its arm, Al Qaeda, as the only organized political structures.
Now the US and NATO are doing the same subversive trick in Syria – once more on behalf of the money masters of the NWO – to make sure that Syria gets a Rothschild-loyal Central bank– as a jumping board for an attack on Iran, which also has no Rothschild central bank.
But in Syria, about 55 % of the Syrian population want to keep Assad – who is in fact pretty popular. Any casualties caused by rebel snipers and bombers are ascribed to dictator Assad and his army/security forces. The casualties are published from one – now split – very biased Syrian exile bureau in London in cooperation with the biased NWO British Foreign Ministry. But decisive is that Russia and China are vetoing NATO and its puppet´s, the UN´s, attempts to have a UN resolution to pave the way for a NATO invasion in Syria. In that situation, NATO is following a strategy of proxy war. Now Syria´s Pres. and his cousin Makhlouf have clearly said that they will attack Israel if their regime becomes endangered – which could propmt an Israeli preemptive attack.
The following article will try to show the actors in the Syrian game.
1. The Free Syrian Army of defectors and other militants
The Telegraph 20 March 2012: Human Rights Watch: Syrian rebels have kidnapped, tortured and sometimes executed those they suspect of being supporters of the Assad regime and members of its militias, according to the fullest study yet of abuses by the opposition.
2. Russians in Syria
ABC News 19 March 2012: A Russian military unit has arrived in Syria, according to Russian news reports, a development that a United Nations Security Council source told ABC News was “a bomb” certain to have serious repercussions.
DEBKAfile 17 March 2012: Russian technicians man the Pantsyr-1 air and missile defense batteries shielding Syria from foreign intervention. Car bombings in Damascus on 17 March were the work of foreign hands, possibly set up by Saudi Arabia or Qatar to revive the anti-Assad revolt, after the regime smashed the armed rebellion in its last stronghold in Idlib. Others maintain they were false flag operations.
Global Research 30 Jan. 2012: Russia has freely admitted to recently sending $550 million worth of fighter jets to Syria, while also sending Russian battle ships as a deterrent to a foreign invasion. As the proxy war lumbers on, further foreign intervention — money and arms — on both sides will increase
3. Iran involved in Syria
DEBKAfile 17 March 2012: OC US Central Command Gen. James Mattis explained March 3 to the Senate Armed Services Committee: They (Iranians) are working earnestly to keep Assad in power. They have flown in experts. They are flying in weapons. It is a full-throated effort by Iran to keep Assad there and oppressing his own people.”
DEBKAfile 14 March 2012: Debkafile’s exclusive sources reported in the wake of a visit paid by high-ranking Iranian and Hizballah officials on March 14, to the Lebanese-Israeli border region opposite Metulah, Israel’s northernmost town: The Iranian visitor, Javanfekr, commented in the hearing of our sources: “The Zionists can build any wall they like, whether of concrete, iron or plastic, but we and Hizballah will knock it down, like Israel itself.” His words were taken by top Israeli commanders as a blunt threat of a missile offensive on similar lines to the Gaza confrontation – only this time instead of Jihad Islami in Gaza, Hizballah would be entrusted with shooting missiles from Lebanon.
Word of this threat spurred Israeli Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu to declare, “We shall strike Iran even if our American friends object.”
4. NATO involved in Syria
Global Res. 14 March 2012: Michel Chossudovsky: ”There’s ample evidence from official statements from the Arab League observer mission, from the Israeli media, that there are terrorist organizations involved in killing civilians and this, in a very cynical mode, provides the justification for the so-called international community to blame Bashar al-Assad when in fact these civilian casualties were ordered by foreign forces.” I am not suggesting that the Syrian government doesn’t bear any responsibility in this matter, but we must understand what are the underlying causes of this so-called protest movement.
We have Special Forces from Qatar; from Britain; from the US; from France on the ground. And I quote from British military sources. The MI6, CIA, SAS and what are they doing? They’re training members of the Free Syrian Army. This war has been prepared for years and years and years. What they want is to intervene in Syria in the form of a so-called “Right/Responsibility to Protect humanitarian mandate.
Secretary Clinton just a couple of weeks ago acknowledged that al-Qaeda and other organizations on our terror list, that of the US, are supporting the opposition. If you start examining what is actually happening on the ground, this is already a war against a sovereign state where the representatives of NATO are on the ground.
5. Arab League and the Gulf Cooperation Council involved in Syria
Global Research 30 Jan. 2012: In an effort to undermine Iran by overthrowing its strategic ally, Syria, western nations are using their Middle East client states to conduct a multi-pronged attack against Syria through the media, the Arab League, the United Nations and now through military proxy forces. It is no coincidence that the Syrian Free Army is strongest on the borders of Turkey, Iraq, Northern Lebanon, and Jordan — areas with strong U.S. alliances.
6. Turkish interference in Syria
Global research 30 Jan. 2012: The Asian Times reports: “In spite of Turkish denials of support, FSA [Free Syrian Army] fighters are exploiting the relative safety they enjoy in southern Turkey to mount attacks against Syrian forces. The FSA is also alleged to have established bases in northern Lebanon and northern Jordan, regions that have similarly witnessed an influx in Syrian refugees.” In fact, Turkey hosted the initial meetings of The Syrian National Council, which enjoys tremendous support by the United States but very little inside of Syria.
ANSAmed 16 March 2012 Turkey has taken another small step towards creating a buffer zone on its borders with Syria, for halting the inflow of refugees from that country, which is being seen as a doorway for international armed intervention. Without at least implicit consent to such a move on the part of the Syrian government, such a plan amounts to an invasion. Confirmed by The Guardian.
7. Libyan warriors and Al Qaeda involved against Assad in Syria
Global Research 30 Jan. 2012: The London Telegraph: “There is something being planned to send weapons and even Libyan fighters to Syria,” said a Libyan source, speaking on condition of anonymity. “There is a military intervention on the way. This is confirmed by the Wall Street Journal: “… [It is] estimated that 300 to 400 Libyans have based themselves in southern Turkey and crossed the border to join Syrians in skirmishes against government forces…”. It is widely rumored that the Libyan fighters are the same Islamic extremists that NATO admits it used to attack the Libyan government.
“Liberated” Libya the model of Syria after the assad Regime?
8. Other Muslim Jihadists fighting against Assad
Global Research 30 Jan. 2012: U.S. allies are enlisting Sunni extremists in this fight because the Syrian government relies on Shia Muslim support domestically and also externally, since Iran’s regime is largely Shia Muslim and is a key Syrian Ally. Dating back before the U.S.’ support of Islamic extremists later known as the Taliban against the USSR in Afghanistan, the U.S. and its ally, Saudi Arabia (a Sunni Islam extremist dictatorship), have used extremist proxy forces all over the Middle East as pawns in their geo-political chessboard.
One recent example of U.S. backed Sunni extremism is in Iraq, where the United States armed and funded the now-powerful Sunni extremist “Awakening Council” in order to hunt down any Iraqi opposition to the U.S.’ military presence. Now the Awakening Council is being discarded by the Shia majority in Iraq, but of the 80,000 plus armed members, many are rumored to have gone into Syria to further serve their Saudi and U.S. masters. The Asian Times article also commented on the Sunni extremist trend mounting against the Syrian government from northern Lebanon, a country which contains some key U.S. allies
9. Lebanon involved against Syria
Global research 30 Jan. 2012 “Prominent radical Salafist [Sunni] clerics in Tripoli [Lebanon], including Dai al-Islam al-Shahhal, have called on Syrian Sunnis to join the uprising against the Ba’athist [Syrian] regime... Lebanon’s US- and Saudi-aligned “March 14 Alliance” (which includes former Lebanese Prime Minster Saad Hariri’s Sunni-dominated Future Movement) is in the forefront of organizing anti-Syrian [government] activities in Lebanon.”
Infowars 22 March 2012: House Homeland Security Committee Chairman Peter King told that Hezbollah is a threat to the United States. Hezbollah is “one of international terrorism’s most violent murder gangs,” he said. “The director of intelligence analysis for the New York Police Department and former officials of the FBI, the Drug Enforcement Agency, and the Treasury Department agreed that the militant Shiite group now posed a greater threat to Americans at home than Al Qaeda“.
10. Britain´s interests in Syria
Axis of Logic 8 Febr. 2012: The UK has been instrumental in consolidating relations between the disparate and isolationist opposition groups in Syria—not because the British elite want genuine democracy, of course, but because Syria’s President Assad would not acquiesce to the neo-liberal economic policies of the Broader Middle East and North Africa Initiative (BMENAI). Assad’s country must be destroyed via UK-trained militias so that it can be rebuilt along Euro-American-approved lines.
11. Israel – Palestinians-Egypt
DEBKAfile 12 March 2012: Debkafile’s intelligence sources report a Cairo demand for any truce deal to embody a Palestinian Hamas and Jihad Islami commitment to withdraw their forces from Sinai and stop using the peninsula for terrorist operations against Israel. The Gaza confrontation is therefore evolving into a military clash between Israel and Iran.
Hamas has even transferred all its weapons manufacturing, including missiles, from the Gaza Strip to safe locations in northern Sinai, along with its training facilities – out of reach of Israeli Air Force bombings.
Left: Israeli attack on Gaza strip. Right: Rocket from Gaza hits Israel
Another obstacle on the road to a ceasefire is Egypt’s refusal to hold direct, or even indirect, talks with Iran-supported Jihad Islami, Tehran’s Palestinian surrogate, which has been shooting the missiles. The conflict looks like escalating.
Shortly afterwards a short ceasefire was declared – but
Israel under attack from Sinai and soon from Hisballah in Lebanon?
DEBKAfile 16 March 2012: The attacks have now been taken over from Jihad Islami by a small group of Salafi Palestinians calling itself Haraka Muhaheddin, which belongs to Jalalat, the al Qaeda roof organization in the Gaza Strip.
On 21 March the UN Security Council in a presidential statement demanded that Syria “immediately” implement a peace plan proposed by UN-Arab League envoy Kofi Annan and gave a veiled warning of international action.
The proxy war has got dangerous perspectives: The Russian leaders know the corporate US NWO tactics: WWIII by conquering one nation at a time. They know the US declares to be engaged in WWIII – using Al Qaeda as a pretext – although the US both founded Al Qaeda in 1979 and use them to conquer Libya and Syria and here and here and here.
And in Russian eyes the motto for such “humanitarian” operations – called the “Right to Protect” – must be a provocation, a call to intervene in any country the masters of the US NWO do not like. The Russians know that the West is waging a proxy war against Syria and has now sent a military unit to Syria to fight NATO and other terrorists. This is a very dangerous development. However, the Russians refuse this.
But the West is losing the Syrian conflict: Alakhbar 21 March 2012: Today, the retreat of armed groups from the Homs neighborhood means one thing: the strategy of militarizing the conflict from within is no longer a plausible option on which to hang this geopolitical battle. And so the external players are shifting gears – the more outspoken ones, quietly seeking alternative options. Two de facto groups have formed. Group A is looking for a face-saving exit from the promised escalation in Syria. It consists of the United States, European Union and Turkey. Group B, on the other hand, is heavily invested in regime-change at any cost, and includes Saudi Arabia, Qatar, and some elements of the French, US, British, and Libyan establishments.The battle in Syria has become an existential one for Group B. Turkish Foreign Minister Davutoglu, says my source, insisted in private that “Turkey will not do anything to harm Syria’s territorial integrity and unity because that will transfer the conflict into Turkish territory.” The West and its regional allies will happily draw out a low-boil War of Attrition in Syria to keep the Syrian regime busy, weakened and defensive, while further seeking to cement their hold on the direction of the “Arab Spring.
Here, The Council on Foreign Relations 22 March explains why the Western puppet, the Syrian National Council, is a loser: The Free Syrian Army (FSA) needs weapons, money, logistical support, and the leadership of the SNC has refused to give it to them. This has caused a major controversy within the Syrian National Council, and it’s caused a number of very high-level defections within the SNC. The putative head of the Free Syrian Army, Colonel Riad al-Asaad, who is residing in Turkey, called the SNC a bunch of traitors because they would not give him money and arms.The SNC is worried that they’ll become too Islamic and too uncontrollable. The only available ideology to the insurgency in Syria is Islam. The Syrian national Council can’t do much for the revolution anymore. They’ve done the heavy lifting of getting sanctions and getting the world to condemn the Assad regime but the world is not going to invade, so in a sense they’ve hit a wall.
And here is what was achieved in Iraq – and in Libya – and what will be achieved after intervention in Syria: CFR´s “Foreign Affairs” March/April 2012: Nine years after U.S. troops toppled Saddam Hussein and just a few months after the last U.S. soldier left Iraq, the country has become something close to a failed state. Prime Minister Nouri al-Maliki presides over a system rife with corruption and brutality, in which political leaders use security forces and militias to repress enemies and intimidate the general population. The law exists as a weapon to be wielded against rivals and to hide the misdeeds of allies. The dream of an Iraq governed by elected leaders answerable to the people is rapidly fading away.
The Iraqi state cannot provide basic services, including regular electricity in summer, clean water, and decent health care; meanwhile, unemployment among young men hovers close to 30 percent, making them easy recruits for criminal gangs and militant factions.
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