Monday, June 20, 2011

Israel wants to deliver "aid" to syrian refugees- NATO troops in Turkey/Recon flights over Syria

This post has gotten bigger, literally by the moment as I come across more and more news.
First the so called "refugee camps"
While no media is allowed into the so called "refugee camps", and no humanitarian groups are allowed into so called "refugee camps".
Israel is looking to visit. And, I am quite confident they will.
Israel will make arrangements in preparation for and in tandem with NATO and what is looking like an assault on Syria.
Confirms my suspicions of Israeli involvement in destabilizing Syria.
100 percent! As I have made mention of a number of times

Onto the first part of this post


An Israeli lawmaker is seeking permission from the Turkish government to visit Syrian refugees in Turkey and deliver humanitarian aid to them, an Israeli news report said on Thursday.



I am not buying the "humanitarian aid" ploy.
Israel is not big on humanitarianism when it comes to Arabs. Nope, not big on it at all.
In fact they have been known to murder more then a few humanitarian workers in their day!

Ayoob Kara, a member of the Israeli parliament, Knesset, from Likud and deputy minister for development of the Negev and Galilee, asked for permission to help Syrian refugees in a letter he wrote to Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdoğan. Kara, also a member of Israel's Druze community, submitted his letter to Erdoğan via the Turkish Embassy in Israel, Israeli news site IsraelNationalNews.com said.
Now the second Part...

NATO forces will be on the ground in Turkey


Turkey has agreed that NATO can turn its airbase in Turkey into a base for ground operations into Syria.

NATO’s Secretary General Anders Fogh Rasmussen has said the alliance will transfer the bulk of its ground forces from a military base in the city of Heidelberg in southwestern Germany.

Other troops will arrive from Spain to be placed at the Izmir Air Station in western Turkey, which will now become the centre for ground troops.

Ankara has already created its own military bases close to the common border with Syria.


Turkish reconnaissance flight over Syrian airspace



Following reports about Turkey's intention to consider occupying a swath of Syrian territory under the formula of creating a buffer zone for the purpose of providing protection to Syrian refugees, Turkish media reported that a military helicopter had been sent into Syrian airspace to conduct a reconnaissance operation.
The reports add to earlier ones about NATO's intention to redeploy troops currently based in Spain and in Germany to the Izmir Air base, in western Turkey, upgrading the latter from currently 400 forces. Turkey's willingness to boost NATO air bases for the implementation of the military alliance's enhanced focus on the Middle East is marked by Ankara's sudden resumption of a confrontational language towards Damascus.
This comes amid Syrian accusations that the weapons with which insurgents killed 120 Syrian police and security forces in Jisr al-Shughour, earlier this month, had been smuggled across the border with Turkey.

If you have not followed along with the bouncing ball, now is the time to go back to the beginning to read and realize that all the signs were there.
Available if one paid attention to see that destabilizing, with a mind to regime change for Syria, has been coming!

Western backed Social Media "revolution" coming to Syria-March 24/11
Two Americans arrested in Syria-March 27/11

What role is this man, Fardi Ghadry, ready to play in Syria??-March 30/2011

Farid Ghadry spins a tale, for a receptive audience

Syria's Infiltration: Can it get more obvious?

There is just too much for me to put it all here. Click the Syria label at the bottom. That will bring them all up!

26 comments:

  1. If I did not believe any refugees were in the camps previously, I surely do not now.
    It looks as if the camps are cover for a massing of troops.

    Hence the carefully crafted media op with the angel of death and the denial of access to humanitarian groups and the media

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  2. And the pace quickens Penny. The NATO troop move is the most ominous and overt gesture. Turkey really is sending a lot of mixed messages.

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  3. Always in the middle of the mix - Israel.

    One must wonder what it is they have on everyone. Not just money, secrets or threats - it must be far more tangible than that.

    Stuxnet - or something like it? In every country? Blackmail, extortion? These are the classic tools used by them, for centuries upon centuries. When oh when will we learn?

    Buffy

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  4. I caught this item on Rense. The British Foreign office has advised all Brits in Syria to leave immediately. Not good
    http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-13822576

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  5. Is this the moment we all go holy shit!

    chuckyman, I am so glad you stopped by, I was hoping you would.

    The pace does quicken.

    Talk about feeling on pins and needles today...

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  6. Buffy!!!

    I think Israel has been in the thick of this for a while.

    I am quite certain amongst the armed terrorists that have been masquerading as "activists" we would find many, many Israelis

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  7. thanks chuckyman and no this is not good news

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  8. Thanks Penny. I had worried that I had laid it on a bit thick in my recent posts and caused offense. It’s hard to shake off the dark cloud of doom sometimes at the moment. Maybe I should pop over to A13’s rant lounge for a few cyber-sherberts to cheer me up (grin).

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  9. A few cyber sherberts.. Sure does sound good.

    I put some links back to some of the older posts when I started to get the sense things were afoot in Syria, and realized it was March, three months ago I picked up the first inklings of trouble and it has definitely progressed.

    Then I realized there are soo many of them!

    No you haven't laid it on too thick.
    How can one ever take lightly war, death and destruction of humans and earth?

    I always enjoy your commentary :)

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  10. Great research. Looks like Turkey cannot be trusted?

    - Aangirfan

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  11. Hey Aangirfan!

    clearly Turkey cannot be trusted

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  12. Israeli lawmaker wants to deliver "aid" to the Syrian refugees

    Will that aid be dropped from an F-16 or lobbed in from a 155mm artillery piece?

    The entire world's gone mad.

    Either the PTB think that since 9/11, then can get away with anything or they're getting nervous about too much 9/11 truth coming out and are speeding up their plans for world domination.

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  13. Erdogan, the Turkish leader, seems to have made a complete turnaround--though not until after the Turkish elections were over. Notice the elections were held June 12, and Erdogan's party emerged victorious. Then the announcement about Turkey supplying NATO with a base comes afterward. I'm only guessing here, but I imagine it has left the people of Turkey pretty angry. The U.S. and Israel are thoroughly detested amongst the Turkish populace. As you say, Penny, the drum-beating against Syria has nothing to do with "humanitarian" concerns and everything to do with regime change. The question is why would Erdogan, a man who has shown himself to be a principled leader in the past, support it? Anonymous threw out some possibilities (blackmail, Stuxnet, etc) but who really knows?

    We should also note that IHH, the Turkish charity which played such a leading role in the first Freedom Flotilla, has just pulled out of the second flotilla, my guess at the orders of the Turkish government. Also significant is the fact that Israel has launched an international bullying campaign to stop the flotilla, including threatening maritime insurers and a major satellite communications company with lawsuits if they don't stop doing business with the flotilla organizers. I did a post on this recently:

    http://leftwing-christian.net/2011/06/18/israel-waging-campaign-of-legal-coercion-against-freedom-flotilla-ii.aspx

    Also Uprooted Palestinians had a post on this Farid Ghadry character a while back. He's definitely a Western puppet:

    http://uprootedpalestinians.blogspot.com/2011/04/farid-ghadry-flirting-with-jewish.html

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  14. Let's be clear folks, when tossing around terms like "Turkey cannot be trusted".

    The leaders of Turkey, just like almost any nation compromised by the US and Israel (includes almost everyone except countries on the invade list) cannot be trusted.

    I am sure many turks can be trusted though. Like us, they as a people rarely stand for the policies and acts of their leaders, no matter how thick the veneer is on that false facade of democracy.

    If Canada is a warmongering nation, it does not make me automatically in support of it.

    I know you guys all "get" that, but seriously, the language of this politics is used as a tool by the illuminati. It is used as propaganada to pit 'us' against 'them'. That's why the multinationals who employ cheap labour in China to sell their product in North America label everything as much as they can get away with with these 'made in China' labels. It's to label the enemy as Chinese, these are the people taking away American jobs - that's what they want you to think. As if the corporation had no choice but to emply overseas cheap labour, as opposed to north american labour.

    And it's the same here. The leader cannot be trusted, no.

    But the people . . . they are probably just pissed, dismayed and disillusioned, as we all are.

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  15. you greatly exposed real face of turkey but i still don't known whats turkey interest in turmoil in syria and how you fit character of turkey in middel east turmoil, but i can't see common interest of turkey and Europe.

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  16. In these dreadful times, with so much deception and hate in the world, I would just like to wish everyone here a happy, wonderous and peaceful Summer Solstice.

    I watched as she rose this morning, and will watch as she drifts over the horizon tonight. If it were not for our beautiful star, we would not be here. So, take some time and revel in the beauty which does surround us - we should never lose sight of that.

    Buffy the eternal flower child.

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  17. Hey Greg!

    I am sure either/or would be hunky dory

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  18. slozo point taken.
    Clearly the Turkish government is not to be trusted

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  19. Hey Richard:

    Erdogan was making noise prior to his election, he was just making it in a more quiet manner.

    Once he won the election, he started talking loudly. And then all this movement seemed to "suddenly" take place.
    But, it had to have all been going on behind the scenes.

    "We should also note that IHH, the Turkish charity which played such a leading role in the first Freedom Flotilla, has just pulled out of the second flotilla"

    That's interesting and yet not surprising in light of all these goings on????

    Turkey is lining right up with NATO. And that includes Israel.

    Agreed on Ghadry, I have a couple of posts on him and yes he has western puppet written all over him, in giant neon letters!

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  20. Asif Shah! Good day sir

    "you greatly exposed real face of turkey but i still don't known whats turkey interest in turmoil in syria and how you fit character of turkey in middel east turmoil, but i can't see common interest of turkey and Europe."


    At this point in time I can only speculate on what Turkey's agenda would be.
    Perhaps they have an expansionist agenda?

    I saw something about the oil rich section of Syria, I need to look more into that. Perhaps they are looking to grab that?

    With Greece falling, perhaps they (greece) will opt out of the European Union and Turkey can fill a void?

    The Turkish military has it's controllers outside of the Turkish government.
    Perhaps NATO is the actual controller of the military?
    I don't know.
    But, if I am correct. And I do think I am in this line of thought.
    Erdogan would have no choice but to 'go along to get along' as the saying goes.
    If he wants to stay in power

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  21. AWESOME WORK SISTER..ALSO U MIGHT WNAT TO INCLUDE THESE PLANS AS WELL WICH ALSO ARE A PRIME REASON FOR WETSERN INTERFERENCE,FOR EXMAPLE,ITS NO SECRET IRAN LEADS WHOLE REGION AND IS BECOMINGA GLOBAL PLAYER IN NANOTECHNOLOGY..IRAN WAS TO SHARE THIS WITH SYRIA..ILL SHOW U BELOW..ALSO SYRIA IRAN TURKEY AND IRAQ WERE PLANNING A FREE TRADE ZONE CALLED SIIT WICH CURRENTLY WAS AROUND 40 BILLION BUT AFTER CONSOLIDATION ESTIMNATES SAY IT WOULD GROW TO AROUND 400 BILLION..THIS WOULD OF COURSE DESTROY WESTERN CONTROLLED PGCC TRADE BLOCK..ILL GET EVIDENCE NOW...Iran, Syria Studying Ways to Boost Cooperation in Nanotechnology http://english.farsnews.com/newstext.php?nn=9001150472


    ShamGen paves the way for Muslim Unity http://world.mediamonitors.net/Headlines/ShamGen-paves-the-way-for-Muslim-Unity "The volume of trade between Iran, Turkey, Syria and Iraq has currently reached around $40 billion a year, which might increase to $200 billion with the ShamGen project. Islamic Pipeline states meet in Baghdad http://tehrantimes.com/index_View.asp?code=239977



    Iraq, Syria Eager for Cooperation with Iran in Building Joint Gas Pipeline http://english.farsnews.com/newstext.php?nn=9002080347


    the west knows well iran is a true competitor now in scientific arena..it truly did fear iran sharing its knowledge and technology with not just syria but region...i have much more bi lateral ties wich would surely scare west and its pgcc client regiems..i just ahev to go thru my faves argh its a real hassle but ill get to it and send it to you asap..again great work sister great work..huggggggggggggg

    though syria isnt oil rich,i suspect that west knows it is however a mining treasure...why do i think that?because dr radwan ziadeh one of syrias top opposition spokespersons works for brittish military think tank IISS and this think tank is funded by nm rothschild anglo american corporation and debeers...rio tinto zinc too..now maybe they wnat monetary control or maybe it has to do with mining too..ill look into that next..see what kind of minerals are in region..

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  22. OH AND U MIGHT WANT TO SEE THIS(TRY NOT TO THROW UP,I ALMOST DID) ZIONISTS AT JINSA ARE ASKING OBAMA WHY ATTACK 5 MUSLIM COUNTRIES BUT NOT 8 INSTEAD...http://thenakedfacts.blogspot.com/2011/06/zionists-at-jinsa-are-asking-obama-why.html

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  23. Hi Penny

    Sent u a PDF of that book

    cheers

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  24. NYSC!

    thanks, that will give me lots to read.

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  25. Aferrismoon!
    thanks so much, I had looked into that book previously but, it was way to much money.

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