The 'Islamic State in Iraq and the Levant', (al-Qaeda in Iraq and Syria) intercepts three trucks in Iraq heading to Syria. The Wahhabi jihadist questions the drivers as to whether they're Sunnis (Saddam was Sunni - in 2003 Our Dear Leaders took us to war against him) or Shiites. After they fail to answer correctly, they are executed.
Who would you rather have living next door to you? A Jihadi executioner or your average Syrian truck driver?
Always remember folks, those pushing Obama to make war upon Syria, along with our own little drummer boys, (Cameron and Hague) are now on the side of the Jihadis. They're now on the side of the Sunni invaders who slaughter innocnent Syrian truck drivers just because they're the wrong religion. Oh yes, at least eighty percent of those making war upon Syria right now are non-Syrian. They wage that war with Saudi, Qatari, CIA, NATO, al-Qaeda in Iraq and Syria and, allegedly, the prophet Mohammed's backing.
Do I care for Basher Assad? No. But I care for the Western leader who makes war upon the world in my name even less.
Especially, when he fights for oil, Israel, the petrodollar and the Jihadi executioner.
Remember what former Swiss attorney general, Carla Del Ponte, told Swiss-Italian TV back in April 2013?
“Our investigators have been in neighbouring countries interviewing victims, doctors and field hospitals. According to their report of last week, which I have seen, there are strong, concrete suspicions but not yet incontrovertible proof of the use of Sarin gas, from the way the victims were treated. This was used on the part of the opposition, the rebels, not by the government authorities."Do you recall what Nobel Peace Prize winner, Mairead Maguire, said recently?
"We met with ‘armed’ opposition people in a local community who said they had accepted the governments offer of amnesty and were working for a peaceful way forward. One man told me he had accepted money from Jihadists to fight but had been shocked by their cruelty and the way they treated fellow Syrian Muslims considering them as not real Muslims. He said FOREIGN JIHADISTS WANTED TO TAKE OVER SYRIA, NOT SAVE IT…The 2 March 2007 edition of Democracy Now saw General Wesley Clark, the former head of NATO and the allied commander during the Kosovan War, saying this:
When we enquired from the Prime Minister regarding the allegation that the Syrian Government had used Sarin gas, he told us that as soon as news came from Aleppo that allegedly gas had been used, his government invited immediately the UN to come into investigate but heard nothing from them. Most recently however, a UN investigator, High Commissioner Carla Del Ponte, has confirmed that IT WAS REBELS, NOT SYRIAN GOVERNMENT, WHO USED SARIN GAS…
Some young people said they support the opposition but IN ORDER TO PROTECT THE UNITY OF SYRIA FROM OUTSIDE DESTRUCTION, THEY WILL SUPPORT THE GOVERNMENT AND PRESIDENT ASSAD, UNTIL THE ELECTION NEXT YEAR AND THEN THEY WILL VOTE FOR THE OPPOSITION. They said the Doha Coalition in Qatar does not represent them and that no one outside Syria has a right to remove President Assad but the Syrian people through the elections."
"About ten days after 9/11, I went through the Pentagon and I saw Secretary Rumsfeld and Deputy Secretary Wolfowitz. I went downstairs just to say hello to some of the people on the Joint Staff who used to work for me, and one of the generals called me in.
He said, 'Sir, you’ve got to come in and talk to me a second... This is a memo that describes how we’re going to take out seven countries in five years, starting with Iraq, and then Syria, Lebanon, Libya, Somalia, Sudan and, finishing off, Iran'."
As whistleblowing goes, this was about as loud as the whistle's ever going to blow. Unfortunately, the bodies are still piling up.
On 26 August 2013, Basher Assad, President of Syria, was interviewed by Izvestia.
Here’s what he said:
"We are dealing with terrorists who are infiltrating into villages and the outskirts of cities. These are criminals who kill innocent people, destroy infrastructure… The army, security forces and the police are striving to kick them out of populated areas and destroy them. Those who manage to survive, move on to other areas and join other gangs…I wonder how much of this the BBC and the British press will tell us about?
The main reason for the continuation of hostilities is the huge numbers of terrorists who are constantly arriving in Syria from overseas. Every month, they arrive in their tens of thousands. In addition, there is continued funding of terrorists from abroad and supplying them weapons…
Can the Syrian Arab Army enter any area occupied by the terrorists and destroy them?… ‘Yes!’ And the army continues to do so that…
We are dealing with individual groups, and with entire terrorist armies. But they are very similar. First, ideologically. Secondly, they get money from the same sources. Their ideology is one of radicalism, they can’t bear the existence of any other religious beliefs, except those professed by the terrorists. They have common ideological leaders such as Al-Zawahiri, but each group has its own guide.
Their sponsors, as I have said, are the same, it is often entire states, such as Saudi Arabia… Saudi Arabia combines the functions of both ideologist and sponsor: it circulate Wahhabi ideology among the rebels and supports them with money…
The statements made by politicians in the U.S., the West and in other countries are an insult to common sense and disregard the opinion of the people. This is nonsense: to blame first, and only then collect evidence… So, on Wednesday we were accused, and only two days later the U.S. government announced the start of evidence-gathering…
We stand accused that our army used chemical weapons in an area that is under the control of militants. In fact, in this area there is no clear front line between the army and militants. And how can the government use chemical weapons, or any other weapons of mass destruction, in a place where its troops are concentrated? This is contrary to basic logic. Therefore, such accusations are political and the reason for making them was a series of victories by government forces over the terrorists.
As for the investigation of war crimes in Syria, we are the first to have demanded an international commission. When terrorists fired a rocket with poison gas in Aleppo, soon after numerous statements that were made in the West about the preparedness of government forces to use chemical weapons, we requested a visit by foreign experts.
We agreed this position with Russia, we would have liked to see the U.S., France, Britain also convinced that it was not us, but our opponents who are using chemical weapons. Convinced because of specific facts, and not because of unsubstantiated allegations…
From the very beginning of the crisis the United States, France and Britain were trying for a military intervention… They were unable to convince their people and the world that the politics they have undertaken in the Middle East are wise and useful. It also turned out that the situation here is different from the situation in Egypt and Tunisia. The exact same scenario of ‘the Arab Spring’ has ceased to be convincing. They can start any war but can’t know how long it will last and over how much territory it will spread. They realized that their script was out of control.
Another obstacle to military intervention, and this is what everyone understands about what is happening in Syria, is that it is not a people’s revolution and a demand for reforms. This is terrorism. In this situation, Western leaders cannot tell their citizens: ‘We are going to Syria to support terrorism’…
The U.S. can expect to fail, just like in all previous wars it has waged, from Vietnam to the present day. America has taken part in numerous wars but has never been able to achieve the political objectives for which it began these wars. America was not able to convince its multi-ethnic people of the righteousness of these wars, neither did it manage to inculcate its ideology in other countries. Yes, indeed, great powers can start wars, but can they win?…
The countries who stand with us, on the world stage, are Russia and China, while on the regional level there is Iran. But I can say that in the world there is a positive change, some countries that were radically opposed to us have started to change their positions, while others have already restored relations with Syria…
There are a number of states which have openly supported terrorists in Syria, they are Qatar and Turkey. Qatar is a sponsor of terrorism and Turkey trains and provides corridors. Now Saudi Arabia has replaced Qatar as a sponsor. Saudi Arabia is a state that only has money and those who only have money cannot create a civilized society and maintain peace…
It is unfortunate that a state like Turkey can be controlled by a few dollars. Unfortunately, a huge country with a strategic position and a progressive society is being controlled by a Gulf state…
Why does Israel open fire at our troops when we drive the terrorists to the border? Is that not to hinder us? And why does Israel allow those terrorists, blocked at the border, to escape our troops into its territory, and even then it attacks Syrian forces on the other side? Why has Israel several times in recent months attacked parts of the Syrian army?..
Israel has said several times that its hospitals had treated tens of terrorists. If these groups hate Israel so much, so that a single utterance of the name drives them to hysteria and causes them to hate, why is it that these radical groups that are right now fighting against Egypt and Syria, never carried out any operations against Israel throughout its entire history?
Well, let’s remember who originally created these groups. These terrorists were recruited and supported by the U.S. and the West, Saudi Arabia has funded them since the early 80s to fight the Soviets in Afghanistan. So how then can these groups started by the West and America strike at Israel?”
If they keep it to themselves, the western politicians slavering for WWIII won't be sorry, that's for sure.
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