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Bashar Al Assad and the Middle East

Postby mapoui2 » Tue Aug 27, 2013 8:56 am

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Re: Very Helpful Interview: Bashar Al Assad

Postby mikesiva » Sat Aug 31, 2013 2:48 am

Here is the real reason why the West wants to bomb Syria....

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"Before the stupidest Western war in the history of the modern world begins – I am, of course, referring to the attack on Syria that we all yet have to swallow – it might be as well to say that the cruise missiles which we confidently expect to sweep onto one of mankind’s oldest cities have absolutely nothing to do with Syria. They are intended to harm Iran. They are intended to strike at the Islamic republic now that it has a new and vibrant president – as opposed to the crackpot Mahmoud Ahmadinejad – and when it just might be a little more stable. Iran is Israel’s enemy. Iran is therefore, naturally, America’s enemy. So fire the missiles at Iran’s only Arab ally."
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Re: Very Helpful Interview: Bashar Al Assad

Postby mapoui2 » Sat Aug 31, 2013 9:41 am

there are reasons also like:

Iran has an independent banking and financial system, controlled by them that does not rely on debt financing as the means for creating money...

so does Syria, and so did Iraq and Libya! this is quite central as well as a cause for war.

the means by which the dominant Jewish group controls most of planet earth is by control of domestic finances through local central banks.

the domestic currency is privatised out to the big Jewish international banks by which they bleed the people of many nations at no cost to themselves. the nations are forced to do so by threat of invasion by the big world policing states America/England..or by infiltration and regime change by stealth..which is what the forrin agencies lik CIA and MI5 are for.

if a domestic government is against such an arrangement it is soon overthrown and a pliable one installed in its place, what would hand over the local currency and central bank to the international banksters.

if this system changes then international banking will fail and fall down. so the Jews who own and control this system that is the basis of their power are rabid crazy about keeping it in place..and about its expansion to the entire planet. it is why the west and Putin of Russia have developed a serious conflict of interest.

when the Soviet State fell the and opened up to the west, the first thing Gorbachev and Yeltsin did was to accept a Rothschild central bank for Russia that immediately started bleeding Russia. Putin took it back and now the Russian central bank operates for Russia not international Jewry. the international banksters are absolutely pissed off at Putin and seek to get rid of him at every opportunity.

in Libya even before the war was over they had established a central bank of Libya in Benghazi..waiting for chance to get into the capital. and on the ground in Syria, walking with the so called rebels is a central bank of Syria that is Rothschild controlled.

Syria and Iran in particular is a supreme existing example of what can happen when debt is not at the centre of national economies. no matter what sanctions put on them they are able to withstand due to control of their own money. they need no forrin financing for anything. theoretically they have all the money they need when they can print up what they need for any project they want to effect, spend it into the economy and tax it back if necessary to facilitate balance. but by the time it is taxed back it has had its developmental effect on the infrastructure which is what the society needs. and no national debt at interest has been created that the people must be taxed forever to repay.

that is the economic problem that has devastated the world. it is no problem at all in fact. to solve current world economic impasse they must kill all the central banks everywhere and drive out the Jewish money changers. that would bring back immediate prosperity along with writing off all the bad debts attached to government financial statements..and almost all public debt n the form of student loans, bad mortgages and credit card debt. all written of and the people left with whatever assets they might have as a result so they have something to start with again.

but 3 months at most before prosperity returns if this happens...the taking back of the national currencies from the international banksters.

take Jamaic for instance..but it is the same with every west indian territory...their dollar, their units of currency have been gutted by inflation, deliberately by the international banskters..cause by overprinting for their own purposes. they have used our own money to give themselves ownership of the all that is worthwhile in the region.

its the same in the USA and the UK and all of western europe. everything that is worth owning in the USA is owned by Jews..EVERYTHING! anything outside of that is what they have allowed for whatever political purpose they deem necessary..like Michael Jordan owning a basketball team..or Magic Johnson owning the Los Angeles Dodgers baseball team. then there are the dam fool made puppets Opra, JayZee, Russell Simmons, Puff Diddy. it makes all the sense in the world to make black millionaires yourself, than to allow them to rise on their own.

so they allow these things to take place through which they maintain social contro of money and power. there is not a single black millionaire or billionaire that is not now under Jewish control in the whole world..not just in the USA.

the Rothschild family alone are reputed to have as many as 400 trillion dollars..their family fortune..enough to feed every man woman and child of the 7 billion people alive on planet earth currently.

all of this depend on control of the world financial system based on control of local currencies and issued by debt to governments and public alike. Iran, Libya, Syria, Iraq under Saddam under Islamic banking that does not permit usury are the enemy. and they are being destroyed one by one. Iran is public enemy number one for the Jews, because they have made the best use of it, Islamic law. Iran is growing stronger and more powerful every day and are clearly the demonstrative linchpin of opposition to the jewish state, to Jewish domination of the world and all they do in this regard. Iran is demonstratively all that is right with the world..Israel and the Jews are demonstratively all that is wrong with it.

the situation will give one way or the other..one side must lose.

the real interesting factor is Obama..a black man is used as the Jewish standard bearer. and he is totally committed, brutal, evil, absolutely violent in its cause. as such Obama has betrayed black people, his very own nation America, selling it down the tubes for Israel/Jewish interest in the world. not to mention Africa of course, the source of his blood which he has invaded and bombs to smithereens every day..killing in Somalia and the Congo every single day men, women, children, crippled, crazy...all.

Obama eh..without evil precedent dat fella
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Re: Very Helpful Interview: Bashar Al Assad

Postby mapoui2 » Sat Aug 31, 2013 10:53 pm

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by Dr. STANLY JOHNY
History repeats itself. Not as a farce; but as tragedy. Those who witnessed the White House-led propaganda against Iraq in the run-up to the 2003 American war on that country cannot miss the startling similarities between those days and the past few ones. Replace Iraq with Syria. It’s almost a reloading of history. If Iraq was part of a larger American plan to reshape the Middle East, irrespective of what all the explanation the Bush clique and the neocon media were distributing, the real reasons behind a possible Syrian war cannot be different.

This time the target is Iran, and to weaken the geopolitical standing of Russia. Syria has been the most trusted ally of Iran for years. And it’s also a key link between the Hezbollah, the Lebanese Shiite group, and Iran. The Islamic Republic sends weapons and cash to the Hezbollah through Syria. The Hezbollah is an effective threat to any future American/Israeli plans to attack Iran. In the wake of a future strike on Iran, the Hezbollah could open a new front on Israel’s northern border. A master in asymmetrical warfare, the Hezbollah has fought long battles with Israel in the past. It successfully resisted Israel’s occupation of Southern Lebanon for long 18 years, forcing the “most powerful country in the Middle East” to end the occupation unilaterally in 2000. Six years later, Hezbollah again resisted a month-long Israeli bombing and ground operations.
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Re: Very Helpful Interview: Bashar Al Assad

Postby mapoui2 » Sat Aug 31, 2013 10:54 pm

A fall of Bashar al-Assad would break a vital link between the Hezbollah and Iran, thereby potentially weakening both. That’s a bonanza for the war trinity of the Middle East—the US, Saudi Arabia and Israel. While Americans and Israelis see the Iran-Syria-Hezbollah axis as a potential threat to their future plans for the region, Suni Saudi Arabia and its protégés in the Gulf are opposed to the Shiite Iran on both sectarian and geopolitical reasons. When protests broke out in Syria in 2011, these powers smelled an opportunity. Qatar—a tiny country “with 300 people and a TV channel” as Saudi intelligence chief Bandar Bin Sultan termed it—moved swiftly. Saudi Arabia followed suit. Atlantic powers soon stepped into the theatre with money and weapons.

President Assad’s brutal methods to quell protests against his regime offered this Gulf-Atlantic axis more legroom to maneuver. Their calculation was simple—let Syria bleed in a prolonged civil war. Initially, the Saudis and Qataris worked together through a command centre in Turkey to buy and distribute arms to the rebels headed by General Salim Idriss. Later, they set up an operation centre in Jordan in mid-2012, including an airstrip and warehouses for arms. In September and October, the Saudis approached Croatia to procure Soviet-era arms. The Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) has started training select rebels at this Jordanian facility. According to a Wall Street Journal report, there are more CIA operatives at the Jordan base than Saudi personnel. The same report says, since early this year, the CIA is paying salaries to top fighters in the Free Syrian Army, the key western-backed anti-Assad force. Earlier this year, Europe lifted a ban on supplying weapons to the rebels. It was followed by President Obama’s decision to send weapons to the anti-Assad troops.

Still, the Syrian government
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Re: Very Helpful Interview: Bashar Al Assad

Postby mapoui2 » Sat Aug 31, 2013 10:55 pm

Still, the Syrian government is winning the war, gradually though. Earlier this year, it reclaimed Qusayr, a key town on the Lebanese-Syrian border which had been with the rebels for more than a year. The regime made substantial advances in Homs, which was also under the rebel influence and is making progress in its march towards Aleppo. The government has strong hold in the Mediterranean costal areas and in central Damascus, the capital city. The rebels, on the other hand, are divided. Their political leadership is clueless and is often for waiting signals from foreign capitals. And in Aleppo, the al-Qaeda-backed al-Nusra Front is already flexing its muscles. It’s a chaotic scene, where the government has some edge. Then came the chemical weapons attack claim.

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The Assad government says it is rebels who used chemical weapons. Backers of the regime asks why it should use such weapons at a time when it’s already making gains in the civil war. Regional analysts say Assad is not a fool to breach the “Obama red line”. The government has allowed UN inspectors to visit the attack site, eastern suburbs of Damascus, and collect samples. The inspection is going on. Meanwhile, John Kerry, the US State Secretary, has already pronounced his verdict. He says America has “little doubt” that Assad is behind the attack. The Syrian government’s decision to allow UN inspection is “too little” for the Obama administration and it’s going ahead with a war plan. According to international reports, attack on Iran could start as early as next week.
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Re: Very Helpful Interview: Bashar Al Assad

Postby mapoui2 » Sat Aug 31, 2013 10:56 pm

Look at the map. At least four US cruise missile-carrying destroyers are already there in the in the Mediterranean Sea. The UK has sent at least one cruise missile-carrying submarine. The North Atlantic Treaty Organization, which has already bugled war songs, could fire Patriot missiles into Syria from its base in Turkey. The US military base in Jordan could also be used to fire Patriot missiles. The USS Harold S Truman aircraft carrier battle group is based in Indian Ocean. American bomber jets could take off from this carrier, fly over the Gulf countries, straight into Syria to destroy its targets. Moreover, a US fleet based in the Persian Gulf could become another base for the attacks. Besides, the operations centre in Jordan could coordinate enhanced with rebel General Idriss (yes, “our man in Syria”, according to The Washington Post) for enhanced ground attacks against the government troops.
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Re: Very Helpful Interview: Bashar Al Assad

Postby mapoui2 » Sat Aug 31, 2013 10:58 pm

Gates of hell?

What the West is planning is a massive attack. Because they know Assad is not Moammer Gadhafi. Assad is not Saddam Hussein either. Both Gadhafi of Libya and Hussein of Iraq were leaders of isolated countries. Though countries like Russia raised concerns over the Iraq and Libyan wars in the UN, they did not interfere in Western plans. But Syria is embedded in a strong alliance in the region and any attack on that country has the potential to spread the crisis beyond its borders. Market speculators know this better than the policy makers in the West. Ever since the Western talk on Syria hardened, crude oil prices jumped new highs in the international markets. On Wednesday (August 19), Benchmark Brent crude oil rose 1.5% in London to settle at $116 a barrel, a six-month high. Analysts say it could go up to $140 a barrel if supply lines are broken due to the war. Waves of fears reached even Indian shores where domestic currency plummeted on, among other factors, fears of worsening the macroeconomic scene in the wake of a further jump in oil prices. Indian currency saw the sharpest fall in 22 years on August 29 to close at 68.8 against a dollar.

Syria is not a major oil producer. But it sits in a strategically important region and its greatest ally is Iran, a key member in the oil cartel, Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries. Iran has already warned against any military intervention in Syria. There were reports that the Revolutionary Guards of Iran were already present in Syria’s battlefields. Iran knows what’s at stake. So is Russia, whose only naval base outside its sphere of influence (former Soviet republics) is in Syria–the Tartus base on the Mediterranean Sea. For the Hezbolla, any attempt to unseat the Assad regime in Damascus is an extistential threat. Becasue, once Assad is gone and supply lines from Iran is broken, Israel could target Hezbollah again. So, a war on Syria could soon conflagrate into a regional war, whose ramifications will be beyond one’s imagination.

The fall of Saddam has thrown his country into a deadly cycle of conflicts which still bleed Iraq. The fall of Gadhafi has strengthened Islamist radicals in Africa, who are now a threat not only to Libya, but to a wider region. There was not a long gap between the Nato-led Libyan war and the Algerian hostage crisis, which was followed by France’s invasion of Mali to stop Islamists from taking over the country. French troops have driven Islamists in Mali underground. But for how long? In Syria, extreamist forces are already strong and they even control some territories. Any external attempt to weaken the Assad regime will certainly strengthen the hands of these forces. What Obama is going get out a war? An Afghanistan in the Middle East?
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Re: Very Helpful Interview: Bashar Al Assad

Postby mapoui2 » Sat Aug 31, 2013 10:59 pm

Is Bush still in White House?

Alexei Pushkov, chair of the Russian Duma’s international affairs committee, recently said: “To us, it looks as though (George W) Bush, (Dick) Cheney and (Donald) Rumsfeld never left the White House. It’s basically the same policy, as if US leaders had learned nothing and forgotten nothing in the past decade.” One cannot agree more. The UN inspection is going on in Syria. Independent experts say it cannot be said now who used chemical weapons, while some say the rebels used it to prompt Americans to attack Assad.

Today’s Syria is not in Assad’s hands. It’s a geopolitical war theatre in which the CIA, the Saudis, the Jordanians, the Turks and the Qataris all present. Saudi Ariabia especially has spent billions of dollars on the rebellion. For the turmoil Syria is in today, all these powers should be held responsible. But the big powers would not take responsibility for the crisis they trigger. They are used to holding others responsible so that they can drive their strategic agenda. What’s happening in Syria is not different.

As Tariq Ali wrote in an LRB blog post, “In Iraq we know it was the US that used white phosphorus in Fallujah in 2004 (there were no red lines there except those drawn in Iraqi blood), so the justification (for a war on Syria) is as murky as it was in previous wars.” But for the Empire, murky justifications are enough. Syria could be hit anytime. Human miseries will mount. The crisis will likely spread beyond borders.

Dr. Stanly Johny is a Delhi-based journalist. He can be contacted at stanly.mambilly@gmail.com
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Re: Very Helpful Interview: Bashar Al Assad

Postby mikesiva » Sun Sep 01, 2013 4:23 am

Interestingly, what is happening in Libya now? It is a complete mess, after we got rid of Gaddafi.

It is important to note that the Middle East is, as Fisk pointed out, descending into a Shia-Sunni civil war. Syria is not alone - they are supported by the Shia forces of Iran and Hezbolla, and backed by Russia. The problems in the Middle East will not be easily solved by bombing Assad out of existence....

And there are al-Qaeda terrorists and suicide bombers fighting for the Syrian rebels. They will continue to be our enemies as long as the Palestinians are denied an independent homeland in the West Bank.
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