Still Report 96 Syria Attack Tell Kristof to Stop Lying on Syria Source: Consortium News New York Times columnist Nicholas D. Kristof. In urging the bombing of Syria, New York Times columnist Nicholas D. Kristof, who did not join the club at that time, has sent in his membership card now in support of the Obama administration's evidence-challenged indictment of the Syrian government for an apparent chemical weapons attack on Aug. 21 outside Damascus. In doing so, Kristof is following the well-worn path of pundits who preceded him by slanting the facts and misleading his readers. On Sunday, Kristof wrote... "Skeptics are right about the drawbacks of getting involved, including the risk of retaliation. From reading that passage, you are led to believe that Assad has refused to participate in negotiations aimed at a ceasefire and a new political structure for Syria, one that would include more equitable power-sharing among the various sectarian groups, especially giving the majority Sunnis more of a say. But Assad has agreed to send negotiators to U.S.
Depravity Redefined: Selling US Slaughter in Syria Tony Cartalucci | Activist Post | Sept 9 2013 The corporate interests driving the United States, its resources, and policy, have invoked dead children in the latest and grisliest propaganda campaign yet, directed at the American public to build support for an otherwise unjustified and universally unwanted war with Syria. Image: The Summer of 1939, after staging border incidents to frame Poland for unwarranted aggression, Hitler orders the Nazi invasion of Poland. This would not be the first or last time a Western nation used a manufactured “casus belli” to start a war of aggression, now considered a Nuremberg offense and a crime against world peace. The headline of CNN’s “First on CNN: Videos show glimpse into evidence for Syria intervention,” suggests that by watching the grotesque videos, some sort of evidence exists to justify an assault on Syria. Even upon reading the US’ own assessments of the incident reveal there is no evidence. Regarding US Claims Conclusion More from Activistpost
Congress Was Denied the “Secret Details” Regarding the Alleged Chemical Weapons Attack While seeking authority for a limited war with Syria, the Obama administration withheld from the American people the U.S. intelligence on the alleged chemical weapons attack of Aug. 21, amid assurances that Congress got all the secret details. But that doesn’t appear to be true, reports Robert Parry. By Robert Parry A U.S. congressman who has read the Obama administration’s classified version of intelligence on the alleged Syrian poison gas attack says the report is only 12 pages – just three times longer than the sketchy unclassified public version – and is supported by no additional hard evidence. Rep. “We have reached the point where the classified information system prevents even trusted members of Congress, who have security clearances, from learning essential facts, and then inhibits them from discussing and debating what they do know,” Grayson wrote in an op-ed for the New York Times on Saturday. “And this extends to matters of war and peace, money and blood. Reasons for Secrecy?
10 Reasons Why A Diplomatic Solution To The Syria Crisis Is Extremely Unlikely War is coming By: Michael Snyder,The American Dream. Over the past few days, there has been a tremendous wave of optimism that it may be possible for war with Syria to be averted. Unfortunately, it appears that a diplomatic solution to the crisis in Syria is extremely unlikely. Meanwhile, Saudi Arabia, Qatar and Turkey are all going to continue to heavily pressure the Obama administration. Fortunately, overwhelming domestic and global opposition to an attack on Syria has slowed down the march toward war for the moment, but unfortunately that probably will not be enough to stop it completely. #1 Assad wants a guarantee that he will not be attacked by the United States or by anyone else before he will give up his chemical weapons. That is extremely unlikely to happen. #2 Assad is not going to agree to any chemical weapons deal unless the U.S. stops giving weapons to al-Qaeda terrorists and other jihadist rebels that are fighting against the Syrian government. #8 Many members of the U.S.
Syrian Children Kidnapped By Rebels Identified As Gas Victims By Obama Administration (Video) | War and Conflict (Before It's News) By Susan Duclos The horrifying pictures of dead children being used by the Obama administration to justify an attack on Syria, with the claim that the Assad regime carried out the chemical attacks that killed those children, while emotionally heartbreaking, do not tell the story of those children and do not tell you the main point the Obama administration is trying to coverup. Those children were kidnapped over a week earlier, before they were slaughtered……. by the Obama backed Syrian rebels. August 11, 2013 a report discussed the rebels attacking the Latakia village and Sheikh Mohammed Reda Hatem, an Alawite religious leader in Latakia said ”Until now 150 Alawites from the villages have been kidnapped. According to Voltairenet some of those children were found less than two weeks later, in Ghouta , photos below: The children do not correspond to a sample of the population: they are all almost of the same age and have light hair.
Obama Warned on Syrian Intel Secretary of State John Kerry departs for a Sept. 6 trip to Europe where he plans to meet with officials to discuss the Syrian crisis and other issues. (State Department photo) MEMORANDUM FOR: The President FROM: Veteran Intelligence Professionals for Sanity (VIPS) SUBJECT: Is Syria a Trap? Precedence: IMMEDIATE We regret to inform you that some of our former co-workers are telling us, categorically, that contrary to the claims of your administration, the most reliable intelligence shows that Bashar al-Assad was NOT responsible for the chemical incident that killed and injured Syrian civilians on August 21, and that British intelligence officials also know this. We have been down this road before -- with President George W. Our sources confirm that a chemical incident of some sort did cause fatalities and injuries on August 21 in a suburb of Damascus. Intelligence Summary or Political Ploy? This is not a fine point. The Intelligence
Obama's Syrian Rebel Hostages Blow Whistle! Human Rights Watch Faking Evidence | U. S. Politics A Belgian researcher, freed from Obama-backed Syrian rebels, has denied that the Assad government was responsible for the August 21 gas attack on a village near Damascus, resulting in over a thousand civilians allegedly gassed to death with nerve agent sarin and Barack Obama’s justification to strike Syria. “Pierre Piccinin da Prata has given a sensational interview to Belgium’s RTL-TVI radio station where he stressed it was his “moral duty” to say that Bashar Assad’s government did not stand behind using sarin or any other gas on the outskirts of Damascus,” Voice of Russia radio station reports. “The Belgian national said he learned as much from what he overheard in an exchange between his captors.” Both an Italian journalist Domenico Quirico and Belgian teacher Pierre Piccinin were flown home Wednesday after kidnapped and held for five months by Syrian rebel’s as hostages. Quirico, 62, is a well-known war correspondent in Italy. Photo Credit: David Swanson, author of War Is A Lie
» U.S. Military: Al-Qaeda Rebels Produced Sarin Gas For Chemical Attacks In Syria Alex Jones Further evidence that the Aug. 21 chemical attack was a false flag to frame Assad Kit Daniels Infowars.com September 13, 2013 A leaked U.S. military document reveals that Al-Qaeda possessed and produced “kitchen-grade” sarin gas for chemical attacks against the Syrian people, further adding to the evidence that the Al-Qaeda Syrian opposition launched the Aug. 21 chemical attack in Damascus as a false flag in order to frame Syrian President Bashar Al-Assad. Credit: FreedomHouse via Flickr In May, Turkish anti-terror police confiscated a two-kilogram cylinder of sarin gas from members of the Jabhat al-Nusra Front based in Southern Turkey near the Syrian border, according to a classified report obtained by WND. The National Ground Intelligence Center report states that Al-Qaeda in Iraq produced the sarin gas and then shipped it to the al-Nusra Front for use in Syria. They are not even sure that Assad knew about the attack beforehand. All of the brigade’s missiles were accounted for. Breaking!
Syria's "Rebels" Threaten UN - Will Use US Weapons Terrorists operating in Syria have threatened to "block" UN inspectors, any bloodshed will be on the hands of the US who is now openly arming them. Tony CartalucciActivist Post In Reuters' "Syrian Rebels Slam U.S.-Russia Deal, Say Assad Is Moving Chemical Weapons To Lebanon And Iraq," Qassim Saadeddine of the so-called "Free Syrian Army" rejected the recent Syrian-Russian proposal to turn over Syria's chemical weapons for independent verification and destruction, vowing to block UN inspectors should they enter Syria to carry out the task. Reuters reported: Qassim Saadeddine, said: "Let the Kerry-Lavrov plan go to hell. In carrying out these overt threats, the terrorist front will be using US-provided arms, equipment and vehicles, as admitted by US officials in recent weeks. The Washington Post's article, "U.S. weapons reaching Syrian rebels," reported:
Top 9 Real Reasons To Go To War in Syria Jon RappoportActivist Post In no particular order: One: Give the appearance of unifying the country behind the President, who “did his job the right way,” by going to Congress for approval. This elevates Obama’s ratings and, by inference, suggests that his other programs should be accorded more merit. A wartime president always gains more support. Two: Give the people an adrenaline rush. Three: In this case, winning Congressional approval reinstates the illusion, for a few moments, that we are a Constitutional Republic, with a government dedicated to justice. Four: Help fulfill the long-planned US-Israeli agenda of destabilizing Syria and causing it to partition into warring and chaotic ethnic factions. Five: Stop the construction of a natural gas pipeline across Syria, which would boost Iran’s economy by sending Iranian gas to Europe. Six: Send a message throughout the Middle East that the US is all-powerful and the dollar must remain the reserve currency in all oil transactions.