News From World War Three: 19 – 21 September

Saturday 21 September, 2013

Obama to continue proxy in Syria even after Russia’s ‘diplomatic solution’

As the public’s attention is firmly placed on an estranged Navy Yard shooter, Obama moves forward with the West’s proxy destabilization campaign in Syria, continuing to arm rebel-terror groups despite Russia’s diplomacy.

The United States president has waived the federal law prohibiting the supply of weapons to known terrorist organizations, citing the Arms Export Control Act. The act gives the president the right to waive congressional oversight during a state of emergency. However, the act also stipulates that arms export transactions be handled by government entities, not international terror groups.

This comes after resounding public disapproval over a planned military strike in Syria, exposing the West’s “designer democracy” and “Arc of Crisis” pursuits planned for Syria as well as Iran.

While no one can argue that there is a crisis of terrorism and Islamic extremism running rampant in Syria, what kind of state of emergency is it for United States interests, now that Russia has crafted a diplomatic solution that seems sensible to avoid a larger conflict?

Read full arAs the public’s attention is firmly placed on an estranged Navy Yard shooter, Obama moves forward with the West’s proxy destabilization campaign in Syria, continuing to arm rebel-terror groups despite Russia’s diplomacy.

The United States president has waived the federal law prohibiting the supply of weapons to known terrorist organizations, citing the Arms Export Control Act. The act gives the president the right to waive congressional oversight during a state of emergency. However, the act also stipulates that arms export transactions be handled by government entities, not international terror groups.

This comes after resounding public disapproval over a planned military strike in Syria, exposing the West’s “designer democracy” and “Arc of Crisis” pursuits planned for Syria as well as Iran.

While no one can argue that there is a crisis of terrorism and Islamic extremism running rampant in Syria, what kind of state of emergency is it for United States interests, now that Russia has crafted a diplomatic solution that seems sensible to avoid a larger conflict?

Read Full Article in 21st Century Wire


Blitzkrieg in Syria: Obama – backed Islamic Jihadists wiping out moderate rebels

‘Al-Qaeda-linked jihadists in Syria have begun an offensive against former allies, wrestling moderate FSA rebels out of the controlled areas. With the US assault on Syria postponed, radical Islamists are seeking ultimate authority to fight Assad.

The latest news coming from the north of Syria suggests that a series of clashes between the former allies have already left a number of casualties and a change of the operational situation in the Syrian civil war.

The FSA leaders have recently acknowledged that clashes between their brigades and Islamist rivals have reached boiling point.’


Read full article at rt.com

Pentagon proposes plan to equip and train ‘moderate’ Syrian rebels

‘The Pentagon has put together a plan to equip and train “moderate” Syrian rebel forces. The move would mark the first instance of the American military having direct contact with the opposition.

Information regarding the new plan was relayed by two Obama administration officials to CNN. The idea has allegedly been under consideration since the first evidence emerged of a massive chemical weapons attack outside Damascus on August 21. The US maintains the attack was carried out by Assad’s government.

Though the two officials did not cite many specifics on the proposal, the effort would involve training that would take place in a country near Syria. However, weapons would not be directly supplied as the Pentagon has no authority to do so.’

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But In Syria There Are No Moderates

‘Latest Western fabrication attempts to portray “moderate rebels” locked in combat with hordes of Al Qaeda militants as ploy to justify further arming of terrorists and even direct intervention along Syria’s borders. Stopped short of direct military intervention by Syrian-Russian geopolitical maneuvering, the West has attempted to retrench their agenda of subverting Syria in a variety of ways. It was reported that the US is now officially arming terrorists inside of Syria after years of semi-covertly passing them thousands of tons of weapons at a time and billions in cash directly and indirectly through Saudi Arabia, Turkey, Jordan, and Qatar. The goal, in part, is to sabotage any attempted UN incursion into Syria to verify and disarm Syria’s chemical weapons, then use the UN’s failure as justification for direct military intervention.’ Read all:


Friday 20 September, 2013

Russia urges UN climate report to include geoengineering.

In a move that will be seen by sharper witted commentators as a political ploy to expose the USA chemtrails experiments, Russia called for the soon to be released and already leaked United Nations report on climate change to include a section on geo – engineering, developing technology capable of controlling weather …
Russia urges UN climate report to include geoengineering.

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News From World War Three – 20 September

World War ‘O’ : If Obama Strikes Syria, Iraq Will Explode

‘If the Obama Administration orders the US military to attack Syria, Iraq will burst into flames overnight. Several Iraqi groups have declared that they would attack US interests inside Iraq and elsewhere in the Middle East in retaliation.

Violence in Iraq has intensified as a result of the US-led covert war on Syria. This has made the Iraqi government very eager to see an end to the fighting in the neighboring country. When it comes to its position on the Syrian conflict, Iraq is in the same camp as Russia, Iran, and China. Baghdad firmly supports Russian, Iranian, and Chinese calls for a negotiated settlement, and is opposed to any ideas of a US attack on Syria.’

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Syrian government says war has reached stalemate

The Syrian conflict has reached a stalemate and President Bashar al-Assad’s government will call for a ceasefire at a long-delayed conference in Geneva on the state’s future, the country’s deputy prime minister has said in an interview with the Guardian.

Qadri Jamil said that neither side was strong enough to win the conflict, which has lasted two years and caused the death of more than 100,000 people. Jamil, who is in charge of country’s finances, also said that the Syrian economy had suffered catastrophic losses.

“Neither the armed opposition nor the regime is capable of defeating the other side,” he said. “This zero balance of forces will not change for a while.”

Meanwhile, he said, the Syrian economy had lost about $100bn (£62bn), equivalent to two years of normal production, during the war.

Read full post in The Guardian

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Syria meets deadline to submit chemical weapons list

The Organisation for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons (OPCW) said Syria had crossed the first hurdle set down in an agreement between Russia and the United States intended to ward off a punitive western bombing campaign. “We have received an initial disclosure from Syria of its chemical weapons programme,” a statement said. “It’s now being examined by the Technical Secretariat.” The decision by President Bashar al-Assad to abandon decades of secrecy over his chemical weapons arsenal, said to be the biggest in the Middle East, and join treaties controlling their use, was initially met with scepticism. Critics portrayed it as a delaying tactic.


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In Syria There Are No Moderates

Latest Western fabrication attempts to portray “moderate rebels” locked in combat with hordes of Al Qaeda militants as ploy to justify further arming of terrorists and even direct intervention along Syria’s borders.

Stopped short of direct military intervention by Syrian-Russian geopolitical maneuvering, the West has attempted to retrench their agenda of subverting Syria in a variety of ways. It was reported that the US is now officially arming terrorists inside of Syria after years of semi-covertly passing them thousands of tons of weapons at a time and billions in cash directly and indirectly through Saudi Arabia, Turkey, Jordan, and Qatar. The goal, in part, is to sabotage any attempted UN incursion into Syria to verify and disarm Syria’s chemical weapons, then use the UN’s failure as justification for direct military intervention.

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Thursday 19 September, 2013

News From World War Three – 19 September

Now Syria’s rebels are fighting each other

I would strongly recommend that William Hague – and any other member of the Government who still believes it is a good idea to arm the Syrian rebels – takes a close look at today’s article in the Wall Street Journal. It reports that Islamist militants linked to al-Qaeda have now launched a campaign dubbed “expunging filth” which is aimed destroying the Syrian Free Army (SFA), its main rival in the rebel movement. Mr Hague and Laurent Fabius, his French counterpart, argue that it is essential to continue arming the rebels to increase the pressure on Syrian President Bashar al-Assad to end the civil war, destroy his chemical weapons arsenal and enter peace talks. But as I have argued consistently since the outbreak of the Syrian conflict more than two years ago, there’s no point getting rid of the detestable Assad regime only to have it replaced by an even more unpalatable government, one that openly supports al-Qaeda’s nihilistic ideology. As my colleague Ben Farmer reported in the Telegraph earlier this week …

Read full report: Now Syrian Rebels Are Fighting Each Other by Con Coughlin, The Daily Telegraph


Kerry Backslides On US / Russia Deal Over Chemical Weapons

Observers of John F Kerry’s more than 40-year career as a successful politician on Capitol Hill note a consummate chameleonic quality in his wheeling and dealing. This dubious quality has helped him ascend from a callow anti-Vietnam war spokesman in the early 1970s to become America’s most senior diplomat who has distinguished himself in recent weeks as one of the most strident voices calling for military attacks on Syria.

According to critics, Kerry’s shameless careerism saw him marry into “old money” in order to promote his political ambitions in the US senate to his present pinnacle of American Secretary of State. A former Democratic presidential candidate, it is a fair bet that the talented Mr Kerry still has an eye on occupying the White House sometime in the future. This oleaginous operator proved his talents within hours of shaking hands with his Russian counterpart Sergei Lavrov in Geneva, when the pair appeared to come up with a ground-breaking formula to avert a military clash over Syria.

Last weekend – after three days of intense negotiations – Lavrov and Kerry emerged to announce that they had brokered a deal to eliminate chemical weapons held by the Syrian government. To the relief of many around the world, the apparent accord staved off what only days before that were threats of an imminent military strike on Syria by US naval and air forces. With at least five US warships off Syria toting more than 200 Tomahawk cruise missiles, US President Barack Obama sounded more than a little unhinged when he declared menacingly: “The United States of America doesn’t do pinpricks”.

Read full report: Kerry Backslies On Syria Deal at My Catbird Seat


Media Disinformation and Coverup of Atrocities Committed by US Sponsored Syria Rebels

There is a new disinformation offensive over the Syrian al-Bayda massacre, an event I and the ACLOS (A Closer Look On Syria) research community recently studied intensively. Since being reported in the coastal Tartous province on May 2, the outside world is supposedly ignoring the massacre. But mainly, as explained partially below, they have been ignoring key details that implicate the multinational rebel forces, not the governemtn and its allies, in the crimes there.

This pattern of avoidance continues with a nauseatingly slick new propaganda piece by Channel 4 news: Al-Bayda: Anatomy of a War Crime (filmed, Produced and Directed by James Brabazon). [1] This uses Human Rights Watch Middle East director Nadim Houry, and fancy satellite effects …

Read full report: Media Disinformation and Coverup of Atrocities Committed by US Sponsored Syria Rebels at Global Research

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