It could have something to do with the news I read everyday?
In as brief a period of time, I am going to cover a lot of news
And awaaaayyy we go.
Another alleged reporter, who was is claiming to be injured in Syria wants to be removed from Syria via Lebanon.
The story features another video uploaded by the NATO armed opposition.
Her femur is supposedly broken and she needs an operation. Someone we are supposed to believe is a doctor is present? Maybe he is, maybe he isn’t?
The alleged journalist looks remarkably calm for a person with a broken femur (the largest bone in your body) in a stressful situation.
She doesn’t appear to be in pain.
I would think, since we are supposed to believe this area is lacking in medical supplies, she is not receiving pain killers?
The call for the Red Cross is timely. The request to go to Lebanon is also interesting since all manner of smuggling has been going on across the Syrian/Lebanon border.
We are supposed to believe that the “Free Syrian Army” has a medical staff? From where?
Frankly, it may sound brutally blunt. If it offends anyone, so be it. I am not buying this story.
As you will read further along, their maybe a potential to attack Syria in this scenario
In a blatant show of western hypocrisy, the main stream media in Canada is saying
“Bring in the drones” to Syria. You know the machines of indiscriminate death and spying resulting in indiscriminate death.... Ah the West. Always hypocritical. Always obviously so.
The World should know about a lot of atrocities. The western populace should really know about the ones carried out in their name. Except western leaders call those “accidents” or “collateral damage” or “pacification” but not atrocities. Those always seem to belong to the others, or not us.
FYI war nutter at the National Post- The drones are already present. Perhaps you should read my blog, because I covered that last week?
And Israel can barely contain itself these days... you know “hopeful” but weary.
Nonsense on the weary.
The Israeli government has been positively unabashedly hoping for war with Syria and Iran. Hopeful for regime change. Hopeful for land stealing. Hopeful for plunder.
I am just quoting the facts here, not the spin on concern for Syrian civilians. Israel ain’t concerned.
They even contemplate a potential strike on Syria.
Hat tip to HHQ, where ever you may be !
Nearly a year into the Syrian uprising, the predominant view in Israel today is the former, that Mr. Assad must go,because he is a linchpin in the anti-Israel Iranian power network.
And presented here is a very interesting and possible false flag potential. Pay attention to this and I quote
“We are following in particular the possible transfer of advanced weapons systems to Hezbollah, which break the delicate balance in Lebanon,” he said.
He was referring to long-range ballistic weapons able to reach anywhere in Israel, advanced antiaircraft systems, which threatened Israel’s action over Lebanese airspace, and unconventional weapons, especially chemical, according to Prime Source, a risk consultancy firm in Israel.
If such a transfer of arms happened, Israel would have to decide whether to strike a convoy and risk provoking the Assad government into a direct confrontation with Israel, potentially shifting attention away from its internal woes, experts said. “
Curious that the injured reporter wanted to go to Lebanon via a Red Cross convoy?
And Israel is concerned the potential shipment of weapons from Syria to Lebanon?
Could that movement, of an injured journalist, from Syria to Lebanon see Israel mistake it as a weapons shipment.... leading to an “utterly necessary strike on Syria”
I smell a potential false flag /psyop odour wafting through the internet...
And of course, there is the Golan Heights. Illegally occupied by Israel. I am quite certain their counting the days until they can displace the inhabitants there call it their own.
Israel captured the Golan Heights from Syria in 1967 and annexed it in 1981 in an act never accepted internationally. Syria has not given up its claim to the area.
Just one more thing- Russia warned Israel not to attack Iran
MOSCOW (Reuters) - Russia warned Israel on Wednesday that attacking Iran would be a disastrous.
"Of course any possible military scenario against Iran will be catastrophic for the region and for the whole system of international relations," Deputy Foreign Minister Gennady Gatilov told a news conference.
It was one of Russia's starkest warnings against resorting to force, an option Israel and the United States have not ruled out if they conclude that diplomacy and increasing sanctions will not stop Iran from developing a nuclear bomb.
"I hope Israel understands all these consequences ... and they should also consider the consequences of such action for themselves," Gatilov said. "I hope a realistic approach will prevail, along with a sensible assessment."
Is that clear enough for Israel? I don't know?
Is it any wonder I feel very grouchy?
War just does that to me.