Aug 19

See also:

- US (And Allies) Demand Syria’s President Bashar al-Assad To Step Down, Impose Sanctions (Freezing Of All Syrian Assets, Banning Syria Oil Imports, etc.)



YouTube Added: 17.08.2011

To Syria now, where the UN is pulling out its staff amid growing concern about the violent crackdown by government forces against demonstrators. It comes as activists say over 30 people have been killed since troops seized control of the northern port city of Latakia.

But, director of the Center for Research on Globalization – Michel Chossudovsky – says the hype around the Syrian crisis is being orchestrated from abroad.

Flashback:

- Proof Libyan Invasion Was Planned 10 Years In Advance (Video):

U.S. General Wesley Clark (Ret.), explains that the Bush Administration planned to take out 7 countries in 5 years:

Iraq, Syria, Lebanon, Libya, Somalia, Sudan, Iran.

- Seymour Hersh: Many Within Joint Special Operations Command ‘Are All Members Of, Or At Least Supporters Of, Knights Of Malta’, ‘Many Of Them Are Members of Opus Dei’ … ‘It’s A Crusade, Literally’

- Pulitzer Prize Winner Seymour Hersh And The Men Who Want Him Committed

- Prime Minister Vladimir Putin Rebuked For Telling The Truth About UN Resolution: ‘It allows everything and is reminiscent of a medieval call for a crusade’

Iran’s Press TV:

- NATO plans to arm Syria criminal gangs (Press TV, Aug 14, 2011):

The North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) and Turkey are preparing the ground for military intervention in Syria especially through providing criminal Syrian armed gangs with weaponry.
Large caches of weapons including anti-tank and anti-aircraft missiles, mortar bombs and heavy machine guns will be sent via ground to major Syrian cities witnessing unrest, according to a report by Debka.

Turkey’s military will protect the arms caches on their passage to Syrian rebels.

Syrian rebels have been receiving training inside Turkey to use the weapons for two weeks.

Turkey has warned that it will join any possible military action against neighboring Syria.

On Saturday, Ankara recalled its retired officers to be deployed to cities along the border with Syria. Ankara is a NATO member seeking an EU membership.

More than 1600 people have lost their lives since a wave of unrest gripped Syria five months ago.

Syrian authorities blame foreign-backed armed gangs for the killings. Damascus says as many as 500 soldiers and police officers have been killed by armed groups.

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