Monday, January 14, 2013

Syria: One little Lion & Jabhat Al Nusra = NATO elite Islamist forces

 This post has been updated please scroll down.......

Another day and more suspect claims about Syria-
Today it is, yet again, killing kids and cluster bombs. We have been there and done that all previously.
The claims are being made by Human Rights Watch.

Refreshing your memory:   We are all aware or should be that HRW is ‘owned’. It makes just enough noise against the NATO world army machine to maintain tiny bits of credibility, but, the majority, the vast majority of it’s work revolves around boistering NATO world army/UN agenda.
In other words HRW is a pure Global tyranny/NWO apparatchik.

Why this claim at this time? There is always some reason now isn't there?

How about Syrian Troops have taken Daraya back from the NATO mercs?

 A large suburb of Damascus, taken back. One the rebels had lay siege to and held for some time.
The original headline to the news story was exactly that (see above) Syrian Troops capture Daraya.
A loss for the NATO war machine, so today we are getting the atrocity/ human rights violations type spin as distraction. Also for narrative creation.

But let us speak of atrocities and human rights violations as condoned by the msm/corporate NATO media and spun in such a way to make the non credible, seem credible.

Starting with this- "The little Lion: Syria's 11 year old killing machine"

There is absolutely nothing in this article that indicates to the readers this child is Syrian born.
Yes, he is in the nation of Syria fighting. So are many other foreigners. He could just as well be Saudi.
That fact of where this child is born is never disclosed nor made clear.
Based on the practice of media lies by omission, we can comfortably conclude that this boy and his father are not Syrians.
 Please pay particular attention to the way this piece is written and imagine if this was the regular Syrian Army employing child fighters? How this piece would have been written?
Mohammed Afar is 11 years old. The modified AK-47 assault rifle he carries stretches to nearly two-thirds his height.

Over the top of his faded yellow jacket a Free Syrian Army vest holds three extra clips, each full with live ammunition, and a walkie-talkie. An FSA badge sits on one side and a rendering of the Islamic Shahada, in Arabic calligraphy, on the other.
“I want to stay as a fighter until Bashar is killed,” Indoctrinated
“He is a great shot,” says his father, Mohammed Saleh Afar. “He is my little lion.” 
Proud dad/killer. Perhaps training his son in the ‘family mercenary business’. Probably a good living, if one can survive it?

 Geneva Conventions and the U.N. Convention on the Rights of Children carry provisions that call for not using combatants under the age of 15, while the International Criminal Court’s Rome Statute makes it a war crime.

Yet Mohammed’s father—his long and graying beard styled in the fashion favored by religiously conservative Salafists—sees little wrong with his son’s participation. (the writer of this piece seemed to see nothing wrong with the child soldier, based on how this piece was written with an admiration rather then condemnation)
Mohammed quickly disengages his magazine and presents it, before skillfully reinserting it, but not chambering a round. The older fighters surrounding him some of whom are little more than boys themselves —praise his speed and mirror his father’s earlier statements, calling him a “good shot.”
 The 11-year-old is kept safe, they (other fighters surrounding child) claim, and never taken to frontlines that are too dangerous. (Frontlines that are "not too dangerous"? Are frontlines safe places? That statement is contradicted by the little lion)

  “When my father goes to the frontline, he takes me with him,” says Mohammed. “He says to be careful and we find a safe place to shoot from.”
 He (11 year old child) says he admires the fighters from Jabhat al-Nusra—composed of hardline Islamists subscribing to Takfiri ideology

 Had this child been fighting the terrorists for the Syrian people, the tone of this story would have been completely different.

Let us speak of the Jabhat Al Nusra..... the hardline fighters that this young child has been brainwashed into admiring.   

 Fighters from Islamist Syrian rebel group Jabhat al-Nusra

 Syria’s Rebel Rivalry Between Jihadists And FSA

Your supposed to believe we have got trouble with the terrorists. Rebel Rivalry rather like Sibling Rivalry? I don't believe that narrative! 
Below, I will explain that which  makes more sense to me. Much more sense!

Jabhat al-Nusra, a group that can & really should be described as the more elite troops of NATO Islamists mercenary armies...  are cleaning house. Trimming dead wood.  Getting rid of ineffective leaders and useless fighters. And organizing the fighters into something more cohesive, more effective and more deadly.
 That’s how I see it.
 That is what makes sense. 
This consolidation obviously, blatantly obviously, serves the NATO destabilization agenda. 

 The slaying of Thaer al-Waqqas (commander of some random rebel group in Northern Syria)  was carried out by members of Jabhat al-Nusra.
Al-Nusra has recently been pressing other jihadist units to come under its command

Al-Nusra fighters  (more organized) were at the forefront of the overrunning last month of a sprawling Army barracks
 Some rebel commanders aligned with the FSA believe more of Assad’s bases by now would have been captured in the northern provinces of Idlib and Aleppo, if there’d been greater cohesion among the rebels

And with Al Nusra there is greater cohesion. 

Which is why I will say it again. Jabhat al Nusra must be considered, because they are, the elite troops of the NATO mercs. Brought in to clean house and to organize the fighters into a more cohesive and deadly fighting machine.

" Led by al-Qaeda veterans from neighboring Iraq, al-Nusra can now rely on 5,000 fighters
The group,  Al Nusra, was in the vanguard of the capturing of the Taftanaz air base near Idlib, a rebel operation that U.S. State Department spokesperson Victoria Nuland described as “a significant blow to the Assad regime’s ability to resupply its forces in the north.”She made no mention in her press briefing of the fact that al-Nusrahad been primarily responsible for the seizure of the base......."
Victoria Nuland left that important point out? Why?


The video below just came to my attention. And, as sure as I live and breath and you read here, this video bolsters my claim of Jabhat Al Nusra being the elite NATO mercs. Brought in to get the job done. The job that all the other mercs have failed at so far. Victoria Nuland had to have known that Jabhat Al Nusra was involved with the capture of some of the Taftanaz air base. Of course she did, because according to the information contained in this video NATO and Israeli special forces were present too.
Listen to the accents of those talking...

Suspicion of US, Israeli and French Special Ops in Syria Running High

"On January 8th, rumors circulated of US, Israeli and French Special Ops crossing into Syria to attack Air defense positions and airports, most notably Taftanaz. If the presence of NATO is confirmed on Syrian soil then Nerve Gas will be unleashed on all FSA positions."
 Quoting from SyriaTube above.

About their claim of "nerve gas being unleashed on all FSA positions" Highly plausible. As I have already explained Jabhat al Nusra is cleaning house. It comes down to you are with them or against them, hence one dead FSA leader already. No one who is less then useful is going to get out alive. This is a dirty business, these are all killers for hire. Therefore is is entirely possible that some kind of chemical attack could be launched against the mostly useless fighters.. 
But who will get the blame for the attack?
 NATO special forces present in Syria?
 Jabhat al Nusra the NATO elite Islamist force?
If there is a chemical attack it will be blamed on either Syria or perhaps Russia?

Cue a comment from a previous post  
freethinkerJanuary 13, 2013 at 3:54 AM
Syria: False Flag designed to discredit Russia.

 Last time I will make the point. Jabhat al Nusra must be looked upon as the elite NATO merc forces. The timing for their entrance onto the Syrian scene is not incidental or coincidental. They have been moved in to create the cohesion necessary to take Syria from it's people. NATO is definitely hoping that these hard core elite fighters will whip the bumbling fighters into shape or cull the herd. Once and for all.

This is definitely dangerous. 
I reiterate after adding the additional information.
This development is definitely dangerous


  1. Note the insurgency catching fire in Iraq in Anbar. Reportedly the Finmin escaped assasination yest'd. Ges back to the Iraq war and the vairous run ins and smuggling routes up along the Syrian border. Iraq in reverse?

    1. Yes, I have noticed the insurgency catching fire in Iraq, in fact had something bookmarked about that.
      Iraq in reverse?
      I don't know? You would have to explain what you mean by that?

      If you mean destabilization after invasion
      vs destabilization prior to invasion?
      Something like that?

    2. Reports since October of us special forces redeploying into Iraq then more forces from Kuwait (via presstv I believe). Insurgency is kicking up as the turks are trying to square a deal with the PKK (talking to oscalan). Did you see the assasinations of the seperatists in Paris. Also turkey and the us are alleged to have a disagreement of turkey engaging northern Iraq oil deals (genel which hooked up with shell comapny formed by heywood and funded by natty rothschild). Stories weeks ago about the Swiss trading companies trucking Kurd oil through to the port for shipment. The expertise running insurgents into Iraq via Syria uncovered a lot of the "holes", no. would those redployments have something to do with the current insurgent. I made point a while ago that the Exxon pullout from the south was notable. With Israeli elections, Jordan tumult (just got more Saudi money) and then the Iran elections (rafsenjani? And kids?) what does it all mean.

    3. Spep-11: US Special Forces Deployed in Iraq, Again

      Iran Alleges US Deploying Thousands of Troops to Iraq

      Iraqi Kurdistan has begun selling its oil into international markets in independent export deals that further challenge Baghdad’s claim to full control over Iraqi oil after first signing independent exploration deals with foreign oil majors last year.

      By involving two of the world’s largest trading houses, Trafigura and Vitol, Kurdistan has made it difficult for Baghdad to retaliate, as it depends on those firms for a proportion of its refined oil imports such as petrol and diesel.

      Trafigura (swiss) Banned from Iraq After Kurdish Oil Deal

      PKK assassinations in Paris

      BDP says Paris killings will not derail process (ocalan)

      Senior Turkish officials are headed for Washington in a bid to calm down US concerns over Ankara’s increasing involvement in northern Iraq

      Iraq finance minister survives assassination attempt: Al Arabiya correspondent

      Maliki handed Iraq in golden plate to Iran: former premier

  2. Saudi East vs. West?
    In a move that signals bringing in a younger generation of leadership, Saudi Arabia’s King Abdullah bin Abdul Aziz appointed Monday new governors for the oil-producing Eastern Province and for Madinah, the second holiest city in Islam, the Royal Court said in a statement. In another order, King Abdullah appointed Prince Saud bin Naif as governor of the Eastern Province, also with the rank of minister. Prince Saud is the older brother of Interior Minister Prince Mohammed bin Nayef. After serving as ambassador to Spain, Prince Saud was recalled to Riyadh to serve at the Court of his late father, Crown Prince Nayef, who was also an interior minister.

    Nayef consolidating the eastern region....President Barack Obama met Saudi Arabia's new interior minister, Prince Mohammed bin Nayef, on Monday to discuss security and regional issues, the White House said.

    BBC on their father's death

    From Wapo on Nayef death...
    During the 1970s, the United States presented him with a new desk as a gift to honor his rise in status at the Interior Ministry. According to Steve Coll’s 2008 book “The Bin Ladens,” Prince Nayef later learned the desk was bugged with a CIA listening device.After the discovery, the prince became increasingly hostile toward the U.S. government and sometimes failed to cooperate in terror-related issues with the White House and FBI.

    Recall the Wapo reported initially that he died in a US Hospital whereas the BBC reported he died in Geneva...

  3. Sarkozy Received 50M EUR form Al Arabiya

    France’s former President Nicolas Sarkozy took more than €50 million from the late Libyan leader, Muammar Qaddafi, a French judge has been told, a report on Thursday revealed.

  4. Russia did not receive on Monday a black box from its UN helicopter that was shot down in Sudan last month, Alexander Pankin, a Russian UN deputy envoy, said. According to the diplomat, local authorities unexpectedly changed their mind to hand over the black box saying they set up a new commission to investigate into the incident. “The black box is kept in a vault under the UN mission’s protection. But the UN can not hand it over to us without the permission from the country, where the incident took place,” Pankin said adding that the transfer of the black box was postponed indefinitely.

  5. Russian UN Envoy Says No Claims to French Actions in Mali

    Is this story about Russia reconnaissance planes deploying to French base in Djibouti related? From October, Russia has asked France to allow the deployment of two Ilyushin Il-38 naval reconnaissance planes at a French base in Djibouti to facilitate its anti-piracy missions in the Gulf of Aden, Defense Minister Anatoly Serdyukov said on Wednesday.