Thursday, March 21, 2013

UN to investigate merc/rebel attack in Syria- Hitto "Syrian PM" from Texas

 Updated below

Making sense of nonsense, is a trying task.
We had the chemical attack in northern Syria the other day. Clearly the attack was undertaken by the NATO backed merc/rebels.
Mercenary/Rebels, they who collectively come into Syria from all parts of the globe, inflicting themselves on the Syrian nation and it's  people.
Germany, France, UK, Libya, Pakistan, Chechnya, Tunisia, Saudia Arabia  and other nations have all provided mercenary fighters to destroy one country. One people. It is awful. Truly awful.
NATO's Islamist army. These are the individuals who launched the chemical attack against  Syrian civilians who were being protected by their brethren in the Army.

More on this attack:

Syrian opposition criticised for chemical attack

Russia and Iran have slammed the Syrian opposition fighters of using chemical weapons in Aleppo — drawing attention to the possible elevation of the Syrian crisis to a new level.

Iran strongly condemned the “inhuman action of using chemical weapons in the city of Aleppo by the armed opposition groups”, said Foreign Ministry spokesman Ramin Mehmanparast.

Mr. Mehmanparast hit out at countries that have been allegedly supporting and funding the armed groups in Syria, saying these states would be responsible for any repeat of “such atrocities”.

Syria’s Information Minister Omran al-Zoubi said Turkey and Qatar, which support the opposition fighters, bore “legal, moral and political responsibility” for the chemical attack.

The strike was carried out within hours of the elevation of Ghassan Hitto, a former U.S.-based IT executive, to the position of Prime Minister in the so-called Syrian interim government.

Therefore the timing of the attack should be taken as a message. Ghassan Hitto?
 A NATO stooge. Who has lived in the US for years.... Yes, the strings are present.
Dance, puppet, dance.
Who is Ghassan Hitto?  Via Land Destroyer: Just another Muslim Brotherhood Extremist
Not a surprise...not at all.

Despite western attempts to try to delay a UN probe and  muddy the waters to obfuscate the heinous act of their rebels..

 During a Wednesday session at the UN Security Council, Russian Ambassador to the UN Vitaly Churkin voiced Moscow’s support for the Syrian government’s call for an independent inquiry into the chemical attack by foreign-backed militants in Aleppo.

However, France and Britain reportedly cited new claims by the Syrian opposition that there had been two chemical weapons attacks, one in Aleppo and another in the capital Damascus, demanding that both be investigated.

The Russian envoy strongly disagreed with the idea of focusing the urgently needed UN probe on the recent claims, which he described as “propaganda balloons.”

........ the UN launches probe of alleged Syria chemical arms attack

Is this good? Is this bad? I simply do not know.

The United Nations said on Thursday it will investigate Syria's allegations that rebel forces used chemical weapons in an attack near Aleppo, but Western countries sought a probe of all claims about the use of such banned arms.

"I have decided to conduct a United Nations investigation into the possible use of chemical weapons in Syria," Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon said. He told reporters the investigation will focus on "the specific incident brought to my attention by the Syrian government."

The Syrian opposition reported a second chemical weapons attack on Tuesday near Damascus.

Ban made clear that the focus of the investigation he announced would be the Aleppo attack.

(If Ban Ki Moon made clear the focus of the investigation would be on the Aleppo attack, then he has to be aware the other claims have zero credibility)

France and Britain wrote to Ban on Thursday to draw his attention to the second alleged attack near Damascus, as well as well as one in Homs in late December. 

( I covered the one, in December at the time it happened. The rebels did something to themselves, I don't know what exactly. It was clear there was not outside attack and the whole story was discounted by all parties concerned at that time.)

The rebels blame Syria's government for all three alleged chemical weapons attacks.

Russian Ambassador Vitaly Churkin said on Wednesday that the British and French demand for an investigation into other attacks was an attempt to delay the U.N. probe of the Aleppo incident. He praised Ban's decision to begin an investigation.

U.S. and European officials say there is no evidence of a chemical weapons attack. If one is confirmed, it would be the first use of such weapons in the two-year Syrian conflict
Updates begin....

Russia offers Syria expert help in chemical attack probe
Russia has offered to send its chemical weapons experts to Syria if it were to set up a committee to investigate the alleged firing of a rocket loaded with chemical agents.

BREAKING: NATO's mercs kill prominent SUNNI cleric in Damascus: A stalwart supporter of the Syrian government.

 Great Scholar, Dr. Mohammad Said Ramadan a-Bouti was martyred on Thursday after a suicide terrorist blew himself up at al-Iman Mosque in Damascus while the late martyr was giving a religious lesson. 

His Grandchild was killed in the attack along with at least 40 others. The terrorist act claimed the lives of scores of prayers, while tens others were injured.

 NATO's  handiwork

There are more images at the link above.


  1. More churches destroyed I see. Talking of destruction, with what is happening in Cyprus, things will be much easier for the US to launch what it likes from the island and maybe use it as staging for taking over Syria or Iran...just another theory!


    1. Hi Marie

      I read the new post at your place yesterday
      And have been following Cyprus and the banks...
      What a nightmare for the Cypriots! The banks and the government are looting the people

      But what has been running at the back of my mind the whole time is how this situation in Cyprus can be used against Syria.
      Cyprus is really quite close to the Syrian coast..
      And Lebanon's coast
      And the financial crisis gives good cover to some sort of covert ops
      Yesterday, I was simply beside myself, with all this stuff running through my head
      I find the times are frightful

  2. While the writer is apologizing for giving the Syrian side, and seems downright depressed that the Syrian government isn't to blame for the attack, this piece is remarkably fair in its assessment of the chemical attack and what is known about it.

    Searching for truth in the debris

    I believe Thomson was the reporter the ch.4 the terrorists had set-up to get killed when he was in Syria doing a report on them last year.

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