Syrians in Ghouta Claim Saudi-Supplied Rebels Behind Chemical Attack


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  1. #1 by Tony on 08/31/2013 - 5:21 pm

    Ryan Dawson and Syrian Girl discus Syria

  2. #2 by Tony on 08/31/2013 - 5:21 pm

    Ryan Dawson and Syrian Girl discus Syria

  3. #3 by Tony on 08/31/2013 - 5:24 pm

    This AP reporter story should be breaking news. I can only find it on Alternative media, not mainstream yet.

  4. #4 by Tony on 08/31/2013 - 5:55 pm

    US Rep Alan Grayson (K-Kadima), on how the US are not the worlds policemen.
    The cool, calm, collected crook. So different than the crazed lunatics, like Netanyahu.
    A perfect example of MG’s “compare and contrast”, of the two sides of the same coin of organized Jewry.

  5. #6 by Tim on 08/31/2013 - 10:12 pm

    These so called rebels are reminiscent of the “Orcs” form J.R.R. Tolkien. Murderous, cannibalistic, desecrationists; and I’m sure that some will find many parallels between the war for “Middle Earth” and humanities present dire straits.

    The Orcs were also known for blundering stupidity. Now today I just read that “The Rebels” have taken full responsibility for last weeks horrific events.

    They did, however, qualify their guilt. The weapons, they claim, were given to them by Saudi Arabia; but, they said, we didn’t know what they were, or how to use them, and had no idea this would happen when we fired them off.

    There goes Israeli Intelligence lies out the window. Here comes America’s Saudi Ally, and America’s Al Queda Orc army, and ultimately America, as the guilty party.

    America and it’s dazzling disaster on the Mediterranean, Zion, look worse by the minute.

    Here’s the account from Voice of Russia News –

    http://voiceofrussia.com/news/2013_08_30/Syrian-rebels-take-responsibility-for-the-chemical-attack-admitting-the-weapons-were-provided-by-Saudis-1203/

  6. #7 by Iranian guy on 09/01/2013 - 2:02 am

    Tim

    Medi = Middle

    Terrain = Earth

  7. #9 by rehmat1 on 09/01/2013 - 11:45 am

    And from where does Saudi Arabia purchase its military hardware other than the US, Britain and Israel? All three are Zionist occupied lands. They also supplied chemical weapons to Saddam Hussein during the 8-year Iraq-Iran war, according to recently released American classified files. Saddam used those chemical weapons on Iranians and the Iraqi Shia population.

    American Jewish investigative reporter, Carl Bernstein, was the one who first reported that the Jewish neoconservative started the US-Iraq War in 2003.

    http://rehmat1.com/2013/07/07/carl-bernstein-jewish-neocons-started-us-iraq-war/

  8. #10 by Tim on 09/01/2013 - 3:15 pm

    Middle Earth – Mediteranian , oh yeah; and, perhaps there are many more links in Tolkien, although he developed his tails originally as bed time stories for his own children, there may well be inspiration from a higher source.

    We would think that in an honest and straight forward world, the rebels “Passing Gas” would be headlined internationally, and Mr. Assad’s regime would be vindicated from all wrong doing.

    Yet this morning, despite this confession of culpability by the rebels, we see scores of headlines, and stories, which rely on the ‘official lie’ as their premise.

    We’re seeing 9-11 and the Iraq Invasion scenarios of lies rolled out strong, indicating we’re in for, probably, another benchmark attempt by the powers of Mordor.

    Two ideas that come through form Tolkien, and there are many to be found with some application of thoughtfulness, are the challenges to rightful sovereignty, and of course the survival of all Middle Earth’s inhabitants, who must ban together in the battle for survival.

    The varied characters of Dwarves, Men, Elves, and others are as varied in their own spheres and histories, cultures and ways, as we all are now. Yet those must be set aside, in part, for the union necessary to achieve the victory, and so it is now.

    And of course the betrayal of power, once thought benign, into an allegiance with Mordor, that being the Wizard Saruman, is so representative of many powers, primarily the USA.

    I have my own take on the metaphor of the ‘Ring of Power” and it’s quite accurate. There may be others also, that come close.

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