Saturday, April 21, 2012

Libyan solution increasingly considered for Syria- "protestors" ARMED

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NATO looking for another bloodbath.......

Libya redux. The phrase sums up the shifting political sentiments — and rhetoric — toward Syrian President Bashar al-Assad’s regime as Western leaders edge closer to military intervention.At a meeting of the 14-member Friends of Syria group in Paris on Thursday, U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton raised the possibility of NATO involvement in Syria

In Paris, Clinton said Turkey may invoke the North Atlantic Treaty Organization’s charter provision triggering consultations if a member’s security is threatened. Turkey, she said, has already discussed with NATO “the burden of Syrian refugees on Turkey, the outrageous shelling across the border from Syria into Turkey a week ago, and that Turkey is considering formally invoking Article 4” of the NATO charter.
Article 4, if invoked, would oblige Turkey’s NATO partners to consider action to stop the Syrian Army from shelling rebel positions along the border areas. Last week, after Syrian troops fired shells into Turkey, the Turkish government threatened to invoke Article 5, which refers to an attack on one NATO member as an attack on all.

Canadian Foreign Affairs Minister John Baird, who was in Paris for the meeting, said Canada will “push aggressively” to ensure Syria complies with the peace plan.

Perhaps so, but French President Nicolas Sarkozy compared the situation in Syria to that in Libya before the NATO campaign that resulted in the ouster of Moammar Gadhafi’s regime. “Bashar al-Assad is lying. He wants to wipe (the town of) Homs off the map just like Gadhafi wanted to destroy Benghazi.”
Last year, as they sought to justify the Libyan campaign, Sarkozy and other Western leaders regularly deployed rhetoric about humanitarian intervention, “the responsibility to protect” and the need to prevent more civilian deaths.

The calls for a Libya-like intervention in Syria are increasing, and, it seems, being given serious consideration. On Thursday, Syria’s rebel Free Syrian Army, sounding much like the rebels who challenged Gadhafi’s regime, said it was time for outside military intervention.

“The department of defence is reviewing and continuing to review plans for a variety of possible scenarios should the president determine that further steps are necessary,” Panetta said, noting that NATO’s operation in Libya last year would serve as a template. “We have looked at a variety of options, including the possibility of developing humanitarian corridors.”

Dempsey, chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, also raised the spectre of another threat beyond the current violence — the security of Syria’s chemical and biological weapons. “Spillover into neighbouring countries is an increasing concern,” he said, citing the flow of refugees and the chance terrorists may try to capitalize on the chaos. The U.S. must be “especially alert to the fate of Syria’s chemical and biological weapons.”
“I think we’re in for 10 or 15 years of instability in a region that has already been characterized by instability,” the general said.

Actually Syria was stable. As had been Libya. As is Iran. As was Iraq.
Only western meddling has caused instability...as intended.

That certainly has held true for Libya since Gadhafi’s removal. Libya’s new leaders are having a difficult time gaining control of the country and asserting their authority against various still-fighting factions. As well, the terrorist threat is well established, with al-Qaeda in the Islamic Maghreb apparently gaining access to missiles and arms from abandoned Libyan Army stockpiles. Some observers predict a regional war across much of North Africa as the unintended consequence of the Libyan campaign.

Unintended? Bullshit! Completely intended. 


UPDATE!
I borrowed this from NYSC aka Ali. Thanks kindly Ali !
Why am I adding this?
 I have maintained all along, from the moment the western media spun the lie of  peaceful protests in Syria, the earliest protests were armed insurrections. I had covered the confiscation of weapons.
The main stream media stuck to it's lies


4 comments:

  1. Russian support for the Orthodox church

    Seems like the Zionist owners of Russian media have begun a campaign mudding Patriach Kirill's character.

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  2. VIDEO-Syrian Opposition Activists used Footage of Cartel Members Decapitated in Mexico http://thenakedfacts.blogspot.com/2012/04/video-syrian-opposition-activists-used.html

    Syrian opposition leader, in unprecedented interview with Israel Radio, says Syrians want peace with Israel http://www.timesofisrael.com/syrian-opposition-leader-in-unprecedented-interview-with-israel-radio-says-syrians-want-peace-with-israel/

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  3. SYRIA'S OPPOSITION MILITARY RECEIVE ARMS - COMMANDER http://thenakedfacts.blogspot.com/2012/04/syrias-opposition-military-receive-arms.html
    The Syrian opposition group, called "the free Syrian officers," is receiving weapons from some states, affirmed a senior officer of the opposition movement on Saturday

    TUNISIANS KILLED IN SYRIAN FIGHTING
    http://thenakedfacts.blogspot.com/2012/04/tunisians-killed-in-syrian-fighting.html Three Tunisian nationals were killed by forces loyal to Syrian President Bashar al-Assad, the local newspaper Attounissiya reported on Saturday. The three young Tunisian nationals infiltrated into Syria with two others from Tunisia's southern town of Ben Guerdane in March to join the Syrian opposition in its fight against the Syrian regime.

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  4. Stupid tunisians working for Great SAtan get their just deserts:


    Three Tunisians Killed in Syria During Clashes with Government Forces

    The southeastern Tunisian town of Ben Guerdane awoke yesterday morning to the news that three locals had been killed in Syria. The three young Tunisian men joined the ranks of Syrian opposition fighters in their uprising against Syrian President Bashar al-Assad, reported Tunisian daily Assabah.

    The three victims were Bolababh Boklech, Walid Hilal, and Mohamed el-Jeri. They all traveled to Syria to join forces with the Free Syrian Army, which opposes the al-Assad regime, and were accompanied by two other Tunisians – one of whom never made it into Syria.
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    The three Tunisians died during recent clashes with al-Assad’s forces.

    The fourth Tunisian was able to escape the battle zone between the Free Syrian Army and al-Assad’s forces and subsequently returned to Turkey. The families of the victims wrote a letter to the Tunisian Ministry of Foreign Affairs asking for the bodies of their sons to be repatriated.

    Three foreign mercenaries less to care about.

    Posted by: b | Apr 22, 2012 11:14:41 AM | 56


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    NOTE :return to Turkey? this shows us foreign mercenaries ARE using Turkey as a base

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