Sunday, April 17, 2011

Farid Ghadry spins a tale, for a receptive audience

You can fool some of the people all of the time, and all of the people some of the time, but you can not fool all of the people all of the time.
Attributed to Abraham Lincoln

You'll understand why I opened with that saying when you read through this post-

If you have been following along with the great game in the Middle East & North Africa you may recall my previous posts on how Syria looked to be the next targeted nation.

In the last post I put up, we all got to meet an obvious traitor to his people...
Fardi Ghadry

What role is this man, Fardi Ghadry, ready to play in Syria??

Ask yourself, is this man the western puppeted replacement for Syria.??
Notice he is making his debut in typical American political fashion? He is groveling to Israel.
If you doubted for a moment this man was the western puppeted replacement for Syria, doubt no more, this just keep getting more obvious. He dances to the string pulls!

Not only was this man previously grovelling to Israel, he is proclaiming his alleged knowledge to the world, via

I hate to even link to such crap, but, you gotta read this perception management garbage for yourself, I can only stomach posting so much of it here

The Reform Party of Syria, a U.S.-based democratic opposition group, says that as of Monday, April 4, the Iranian Revolutionary Guards Corps stationed in Syria (which it said is 10,000-strong) had gained authority over the efforts to put an end to the uprising.

A US based democratic opposition group??? How does this make a lick of sense? Shades of Iraq.

Of course Iran is demonized!

The RPS also says that the IRGC is responsible for footage of alleged attacks on Syrian security personnel that was shown on state television.

You see the bought and paid for western goons that have been attacking the Syrian security personnel are Iranian, according to the US based democratic group, led by a shill for regime change, with an agenda.

What a spin job, seriously, what kind of moron would believe this?

Assad is attributing the killing of protesters and security forces to armed gangs.
Hmmmm, what is that reminiscent of ? Libya, yes, Libya!

So I wonder who sent the armed gangs to Syria? Was it Israel? As was done in Libya.
Was it the US? Was it both?

“In essence, the Iranian Revolutionary Guards Corps now occupies Syria and has become its de facto ruler. Syria has become the 32nd province of Iran,” Farid Ghadry of the Reform Party of Syria said in a press release.

States Farid Ghadry, the man with a western, zionist backed agenda, in a press release issued from the US....

Don't get fooled again. This game has been played repeatedly


  1. Hey Pen,...Nice Post, will be back soon, just wanted to touch base re: my syrian mate, I have had some difficulty contacting him recently. He made the mistake of sms texting me and now he has phone issues, phaaark!

    back later,



  2. Off topic but I though you might be interested.

    Japan’s Red Sun Is Seen On Hopi Prophecy Rock
    Posted on April 15, 2011 by dublinmick

    Once in awhile you just run into an add on that has to be added and this is one of them. I think this one possibly gives us and idea of what FEMA is doing along the New Madrid Fault and adds some clarity to some things discussed here for sometime. It points out exactly why Cayce refers to the giant volcano at Martinique as a precursor of things to come.

    Apocalypse and the New Madrid Fault

  3. Nice work Penny. I was watching Wolf Blitzer the other day talking about Syria. The graphic on the big screen went to a map which read "SYRIA - IRAN", then came the sales pitch.

    Obviously you're aware of the forces at work on the ground, but here's an interesting article - "Who Shot the Nine Soldiers in Banyas? Not Syrian Security Forces"

    I'm not sure what to make of the author, but from the few bits of the site I've read I didn't sense an agenda. Note, the bio reads "Director: Center for Middle East Studies, University of Oklahoma

    Thanks Penny!

  4. hey veritas!

    much appreciated


  5. hey dublin mick as you know, I was at your place!

  6. Hey Blammo;

    thanks for the compliment, always good to know what I do is appreciated.

    To Syria- I have come across that blog previously in my travels...In fact in the post on Farid Ghadry relinked in this one, there is a link to an older article 2007 on the above mentioned man comparing him to Chalabi. That is quite an article.

    There is an obvious agenda at play in Syria it has been ongoing and is quite similar to regime change routines that are ongoing.

    One of the earliest posts I did on Syria had the very suspicious arrests of two americans who just happened to show up in Syria, after their prior appearances in Egypt (both present and active during the "revolution" there)

    There was also another article linked here on the discrepancy in reporting in the early uprisings in Syria, I beleive that came from Global Research.

    Also noting there was a limited hang-out wikileak today, reported on in a number of msm outlets, that the US was funding "democracy" groups including a media outlet but that the funding had stopped in 2010.
    Which is nonsense!

    However this goes without saying..

    "An April 2009 cable signed by the top-ranking U.S. diplomat in Damascus at the time read Syrian authorities "would undoubtedly view any U.S. funds going to illegal political groups as tantamount to supporting regime change," the Post reported."

    Syria is viewing this as regime change. Assad has said as much.
    Which has been much ridiculed (treated as conspiratorial) in the west, but is spot on

  7. "arrests of two americans who just happened to show up in Syria" -yeah, I caught your post on that one.

    "Syria is viewing this as regime change. Assad has said as much.
    Which has been much ridiculed (treated as conspiratorial) in the west"

    You know, it's dispiriting that otherwise rational and well intentioned people believe world changing events just happen, and our government is magnanimous at best and incompetent at worst, despite all the evidence to the contrary, and the worst part is they're not hesitant about offering their uninformed "opinions".

    But, the tides are definitely changing, and bloggers are an essential part of this. I like the Qur'an quote at "If a wicked person comes to you with any news, ascertain the truth, lest ye harm people unwittingly, and afterwards become full of repentance for what ye have done" Words to live by. Thx Pen!