In case you missed it the “peaceful” protestors, armed terrorists assassinated a Judge and Prosecutor over the weekend
“Gunmen in Syria staged a guerrilla-style ambush that killed a senior state prosecutor and a judge Sunday in an attack that suggested armed factions are growing bolder and more coordinated ...”
How is it the armed NATO terrorists are becoming bolder and more coordinated?
With the help of US drones, of course!
The US claims
“The drones are being used to gather evidence on the Syrian security forces' violence against pro-democracy protesters that can be used to "make a case for a widespread international response,"
The US administration hopes to use visual evidence and intercepts of Syrian government and military communications to "make the case for a widespread international response".
Do you believe that humanitarian spin? I don’t. Gathering evidence of violence used against
“pro democracy” protestors. Hilarious! Really.
Is anyone remaining out there in the world so gullible to believe that?
What makes more sense?
The drones are indeed being used to ascertain the whereabouts of Syrian troops or state officials, with the information then being sent to the armed terrorists. That would explain the “bolder and more coordinated attacks” being conducted by the armed terrorists. Making possible the guerilla style ambushes. Such as the one reported above.
As it was in Libya, so it is in Syria.
Here’s something curious...... Well not really?
Druze Students upon return to occupied Golan Heights, say Syrian Crisis is NOT all that the masses are told
Druze students returning to the Golan Heights from Syria said on Monday that they never saw any demonstrations, and that reports and pictures emerging from the country were not reliable.
Eight students crossed the border on Monday at the Kuneitra crossing, coming from the Syrian side of the border on a bus accompanied by UNIFIL vehicles.
"There was a feeling of uncertainty, people are very confused," said Nadar Khalabi, who studies Arabic literature"
I went out to the street when I heard there was a demonstration, but I didn't see anyone," he said. "A large part of the pictures and reports from Syria are not reliable, at least that was our impression."
Another student, Wissam Safdy, agreed. "I went to the al-Mazzah neighborhood in Damascus when there were reports of demonstrations, but I didn't see anything," he said. "We don't know what's happening, but in Damascus things are calm, and the prevailing feeling is that in the end Syria will come out of this crisis."
Syria reportedly quelled unrest in the al-Mazzah neighborhood over the weekend, with at least 15,000 people demonstrating Saturday to protest the deaths of three demonstrators in the same area the previous day. (Except this was not three demonstrators, nor was there a demonstration. It was a funeral for three Syrian soldiers. I covered that here on the blog)
A new angle on the propaganda front against Syria being spun by the msm...
Since all the angles have to be worked! Equating Syria to the war in Bosnia.
Because “Bosnia history warns only armed mission can work”
An armed mission is after all the NATO/ Israeli agenda.
Curiously this new spin seems to coordinate very nicely with the Death Angel(ina's) latest work of cinematic mind control
I guess that is just another one of those coincidences, right?
"She (Jolie) read books and consulted with some of the key characters from that conflict, like U.S. diplomat Richard Holbrooke. "Was he CFR too?
One similarity between Syria, Libya and Bosnia for sure is the presence of Western armed and backed fundamentalists fighters in Bosnia
“The Bosnian War, which was fought between Bosnia and Herzegovina, Croatia, and Serbia, attracted large numbers of foreign fighters and mercenaries from various countries. “Like Saudi Arabia and Afghanistan, fresh from the war with Russia
“ Foreign fighters, styling themselves mujahideen, turned up in Bosnia around 1993 with Croatian identity documents, passports and IDs.
Wonder how it was they all got those phoney passports, documents and ID??
Of course, out of the ashes of that conflict arose the Narco/ Child prostitute/ Organ trafficking state of Kosovo. The new country the US just couldn't wait to "recognize"
Speaking of Richard Holbrooke.... him and his terrorist fighters back in the day
From an old post. Madeline" dead Iraqi children worth it" Albright was there too
So Ms Jolie consulted with Holbrooke for her movie... that should ensure the movie is pure and utter spin.
Meanwhile Russia, China and Iran continue to show their support for Syria
Assad met a senior Russian politician in Damascus, who reiterated Moscow's support for his self-styled reform programme and spoke out against any foreign intervention in the conflict.It is being reported the Iranian ships have left Syria, if they were every really there?
China accused Western countries of stirring up civil war in Syria, and two Iranian warships docked at a Syrian naval base, underscoring rising international tensions over the near year-long crisis.
I wonder why the ships, as claimed, would have docked at Tartous, rather then Latakia?
We continue to hear of the “bombardment” of Homs.
If correct, and I am of the opinion that it is.. this is being done to prevent the carving out of a zone that will be used by Turkey/NATO to launch all out bombing and terror across the country of Syria. Therefore, unless the Syrian government is going to prevent the possibility of wholesale slaughter ala Libya, Homs has to be taken back from the NATO backed rebels.
Very interesting, but not surprising, that the msm had disappeared this sentence from a number of news reports....
For the obvious reason, or what should be obvious is it makes clear the agenda in Syria.
To carve out a chunk of the country to use as a launching point for more NATO agression
Here is the disappeared sentence, or all that remained of it, from 100's of news articles, after all this is a news wire story from AP that would have been picked up and rehashed in literally hundreds and hundreds of sites.
“some believe they could ultimately carve out a zone akin to Benghazi in eastern Libya, where rebels launched ...”
Here is the search that will take you to the stories that did contain that sentence, but now have mysteriously removed it?
Well, I stand corrected. I found one, just one news story that had not been redacted.
How long that one story will remain intact is anyone's guess. But you can find the one remaining story here at the Chronicle Herald. And the redacted censored sentence in it's entirety
But the city is the capital of Syria’s largest province, stretching from the Lebanese border to the Iraqi frontier. If rebel forces keep gaining ground there, some believe they could ultimately carve out a zone akin to Benghazi in eastern Libya, where rebels launched their successful uprising against Moammar Gadhafi last year.
Was that giving away much of the agenda in too obvious of a fashion?
If you have been following along, you know that this information was already covered Feb 16/2012 "Rebels" defy Assad and carve out their own piece of Syria
How many times can I say it, other then some minor variances, this is Libya redux
Something the mainstream media clearly do not want the masses to figure out