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Soul Controller
07-13-2012, 05:07 AM
will keep this updated.


known for well over a year that cia, mossad, mi6 trained the death squads in turky in 2010 that are murdering the people of syria today...(same as they did with al ciada in afghanistan/yugolsavia) same as they are did with the MDK in kurdish areas, that are now operating with in iran..

slowly this info is being leaked, but not being presented on mainstream tv, as it would destroy the illusion that syria is evil. and in facts its the western countries that are evil as fuck,

Thirteen French officers 'captured by Syrian Army'

Thirteen French officers have been captured by Syrian forces according to the Lebanon-based Daily Star newspaper, the first mainstream media outlet to report on rumours of Western troops on the ground.


http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/worldnews/middleeast/syria/9122749/Thirteen-French-officers-captured-by-Syrian-Army.html

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https://therearenosunglasses.wordpress.com/2012/03/03/120-french-officers-and-troops-supporting-syria-rebels-captured/

http://www.youtube.com/user/AfriSynergy/videos

Soul Controller
07-13-2012, 05:29 AM
Syrian Rebels are Foreign-backed Terrorists


Latest terrorist attack in Damascus illustrates illegitimacy of both Syria's rebels & the UN/NATO backing them.
by Tony Cartalucci

http://landdestroyer.blogspot.co.uk/2012/03/syrian-rebels-are-foreign-backed.html


C.I.A. Said to Aid in Steering Arms to Syrian Opposition

http://www.nytimes.com/2012/06/21/world/middleeast/cia-said-to-aid-in-steering-arms-to-syrian-rebels.html?_r=2&pagewanted=1


Syria - The Real Story/ CIA & MOSSAD Death Squads Exposed (http://article.wn.com/view/2012/05/13/Syria_The_Real_Story_CIA_MOSSAD_Death_Squads_Expos ed/)

Soul Controller
07-13-2012, 05:08 PM
MI6 admits to covert operations against Iran
http://www.presstv.ir/detail/250664.html

Big Smokes
07-13-2012, 07:00 PM
soul youre from syria?

Soul Controller
07-14-2012, 03:46 AM
nope, uk you smokes?

Soul Controller
07-16-2012, 08:17 AM
West is using 'blackmail' in new draft of UN resolution on Syria - Lavrov



http://www.rt.com/news/blackmail-resolution-syria-lavrov-255/

Shogah
07-16-2012, 09:18 AM
Word, many of the today so called rebels in syria were on Kosovo for some period during the past years, on training.

Frank Sobotka
07-16-2012, 09:51 AM
So when there are protests in the west it's people standing up for their rights, but when people from the middle-east do it, it's actually secret service agencies? And what exactly is their agenda?:

RALPH WIGGUM
07-16-2012, 11:50 AM
So when there are protests in the west it's people standing up for their rights, but when people from the middle-east do it, it's actually secret service agencies? And what exactly is their agenda?:

Exactly, when anti-imperialism goes wrong.

Soul Controller
07-16-2012, 01:21 PM
Word, many of the today so called rebels in syria were on Kosovo for some period during the past years, on training.


REAL: TALK, those same rebels where in Afghanistan, where in Indonesia, in Australia..

they are being trained funded, by the collective security agencies..
they even get flights paid for by teh agencies.. lol

there are some amazing d0cu's covering this. that go into shit in high detail.

if anyone wants links..

heres one,

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^^ video is a couple of years old.. really good docu.

after the events covered i nthe video, those paid rebels, where moved to Libya

another short old video, showing how mainstream lies with news. on syria

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when theres protests in the west, its basically against the corporations, those who commit crimes in such lands as syria, (if they ever got a foothold there,)

the secret service agents are carrying out training/providing weaponary. to those al ciada troops. those rebels are not rebels. they are paid islamic militants, that have toured the world due to mi5/cia/mossad/isi


the goal is, to get those countries, who do not fuck with debt based money,(centralised banks owned by 3 families) to join in,
to sell the resources off to corporations (ala afghanistan/iraq/AFRICA)
so it can be sold to the west, while those countrys rot.. ala libiya since its resources where pillaged.. (do you here about the mass murder/genocide in libiya now??? cos it sure isnt on the mainstream news,, they haz their puppet in power now. selling off the natural resources of that country)
i did post a gaddaffi docu in the docu thread, peep it. learn why they really went into a country, where the dude was loved by his people..
his country was basically self sustaining.. which defies teh globalisation model..

but western media never shows you the home support these heads of state have, instead they ram down out throats, paid informants who work for the west, telling you of the horrors.. lol

shit is a movie.

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KEARNY , just check the links ive posted from mainstream papers, they show and prove what the intelligence agencies are doing.

but this is the over all goal. sell back natural resources that belong to teh people of the world.. if you you dont support the corporations, we will get rid of you. this pattern has been repeated the world over for atleast ahalf a century

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shit is so easy to work out,

i havent even brought up teh fact that corporations such as haliburton/bechtel/lockehead will be doing the rebuilding.

then theres the military industrial complex, that will build bases, and create weapons, to defend their new acquired bases..

hey but why not.. teh u.s / uk are in how much debt??? lolool

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Soul Controller
07-16-2012, 01:26 PM
reposting imaes, as wu corp is being ghey

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Frank Sobotka
07-16-2012, 03:33 PM
Russia isn't allowing the rest of the world to interfere in the Syrian conflict because it is doing business with said government. With their hands tied behind their backs sending in black-ops is the only thing they can do to assist the Syrians.

Isn't that scenario much more likely that the elaborate conspiracy you subscribe to?

Shadow Demon
07-17-2012, 05:54 AM
even if said corp's and external influences didnt fuck with the middle east....these dudes would still be killing each other

tribal warfare is prevalent in Arab and lesser extent in Iran since before the days of Muhammad

The Middle East is the region of intolerance and hatred..if your the wrong type of muslim or wrong type of jew youre fucked...which is a shame considering its rich history

Soul Controller
07-17-2012, 11:16 AM
Russia isn't allowing the rest of the world to interfere in the Syrian conflict because it is doing business with said government. With their hands tied behind their backs sending in black-ops is the only thing they can do to assist the Syrians.

Isn't that scenario much more likely that the elaborate conspiracy you subscribe to?


??? its not a conspiracy, the ones doing the dirty work, openly tell of the troops they are sending in/weapons supplied.. just check the links ive posted

everything is factual, and been played out over and over the last 40 years.


sending in black ops, supporting one side of a civil war.

is against u.n regulations..

yesh shadow, tribal warfare is natural/normal in the middle east,.

but to support one side, while using propaganda, do demonise the other side..

its the same shit repeated from iraq/afghanistan


claim your doing good, rape and pillage country, sell off the natural resources that belong to the peoples of country..

you dont need to be a brain surgeon to see this pattern be repeated over and over again.


lol at elaborate conspiracy theory.. hey how ever you want to label it is fine.. i just go on facts.

PLEASE READ.

U.S.-backed Syrian Opposition Linked to Bilderberg, CFR, Goldman Sachs & George Soros

The foreign-financed armed rebellion and the Western-backed opposition to Syrian dictator Bashar al-Assad has been falsely portrayed as a spontaneous uprising of “democracy” activists since violence first broke out more than a year ago. But according to a recent investigation published in the U.K. Guardian, top figures in the “regime-change” coalition — most notably the Syrian National Council (SNC) — have intimate links to the highest ranks of the world elite: the shadowy Bilderberg conference, the Council on Foreign Relations (CFR), the Goldman Sachs megabank, billionaire financier George Soros, and, of course, the U.S. government. It is all out in the open, too.

On top of that, the report suggests that much of the war propaganda being used to promote international military intervention and “revolution” is actually slick public-relations gimmicks financed by large tax-exempt foundations and even the governments being asked to intervene. And there is big money behind the spread of the disinformation. Consider the seemingly never-ending reports about “civilian massacres” blamed on the Syrian tyrant — almost always from anonymous “activists” — that continually prove to be exaggerated, fabricated, or even perpetrated by the Western-backed rebels themselves, and then blamed on the regime.


lol at people who always say conspiracy... guess its easier to say that shit, than to see things neutrally.

or keep continue to believe the official version of events(as they never tell lies..) instead of doing some impartial research

if you cant see the bigger picture.. involving iraq/syria/iran and that whole region, which WAS the birth place of civilisation... (dont even need to bring into play the usa masters.. aka is-ra-el)

maybe this may help
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Big Smokes
07-17-2012, 02:31 PM
what would it take for everyone over there to be on one accord

Big Smokes
07-18-2012, 09:21 AM
Iran Accuses U.S. of Using Weather Weapons
On Monday Iran accused the United States and the West of using technology to wage a “soft war” against the Islamic country.

“I am suspicious about the drought in the southern part of the country,” said the head of Iran’s cultural heritage and tourism organization, Hassan Mousavi.

In 2011, Iranian president Mahmoud Ahmadinejad said the West is “using special equipment” to “prevent rain clouds from reaching regional countries, including Iran.”

Iran is experiencing its worst drought since 1964. It has affected more than 37 million people, over half the population, and reduced wheat production and other agricultural output. Intense sandstorms have also plagued the country and increased desertification.

The Pentagon has admitted utilizing weather warfare against adversaries. In 2005, the Air Force said it has the ability to “generate precipitation, fog, and storms on earth or to modify space weather” and that “the production of artificial weather all are a part of an integrated set of technologies.”

Big Smokes
07-18-2012, 09:46 AM
btw soul do you consider yourself religious?

Big Smokes
07-18-2012, 10:25 AM
part 2 of the interview:

Journalist: Mr. President, Syrian-Turkish relations were excellent in recent years on the political level as well as the personal and family levels between you and Prime Minister Erdogan. Could you please tell us what happened to these relations so that things reached the current situation?

President al-Assad: First of all, we have to identify who changed. Look at Syria’s relations with other countries and you’ll find that our relations with Iraq, Iran, Jordan and other countries have not changed and remained the same. On the other hand, you can see that Turkey’s relations with most countries of the region, not only with Syria, have changed. As far as we are concerned, what changed on the Turkish side is that in the first stage of the crisis, Turkey transgressed against the brotherly relations with Syria and started to interfere directly in Syrian affairs, which is absolutely unacceptable for us in Syria. We are an independent country which respects itself and respects its sovereignty. That was in the first stage. Later on, the Turkish government started to get involved in the bloody events in Syria by providing logistic support to the terrorists who have been killing innocent people. The Turkish government started adopting policies which are dangerous both to the Turkish people and the Syrian people. That is as far as the political aspects of the relations are concerned. I will not talk here about the personal characteristics of this man who, in his statements, has transgressed against the moral and ethical values that should characterize any politician in the world or even any human being.

Journalist: Mr. President, you said that you do not allow any foreign intervention in internal Syrian affairs. But Erdogan, in almost every speech he made, used to say that he told you, asked you, advised you; and that you promised him, or told him that you would do this and that. What did he say to you? And what did you promise him?

President al-Assad: First, what you are saying about these statements is evidence of what I said: that he was interfering in our internal affairs. Based on the principle that he has nothing to do with internal Syrian affairs, how could I promise him? Isn’t that evidence that he was lying? He used to ask me and provide advice; and I have my vision of things which I have announced in my speeches. He used to advise concerning reforms; and we announced a package of reforms six days after the beginning of the events in Syria in March 2011. We have implemented everything we promised, even changing the constitution completely. If you ask him now, he might talk about reform. But let me raise the question now: if he were genuine in calling for reform, why didn’t he talk about it years ago, since the beginning of our relations with him in 2004? Has he suddenly felt love, affection and concern for the Syrian people? Is it logical that he should feel more concerned for the Syrian people than I do? What would you say about me if I told you that I am more concerned about the Turkish people than you are as a Turkish citizen? You would no doubt say that this is hypocrisy. Let Erdogan concern himself with his internal affairs and not with others’ in order to preserve what remains of the zero-problem policy that can be implemented.

Journalist: If you want to sum up, Mr. President, what did Erdogan want?

President al-Assad: In brief, he had an agenda wider than the Syrian issue. It concerns his personal position and the position of his team. He wanted the terrorists to have a free hand in Syria, that they shouldn’t be arrested or imprisoned, and that we do not defend ourselves. Then, things will be alright for him.

Journalist: What do you mean by the terrorists? Do you mean the Muslim Brothers?

President al-Assad: Years before the crisis, Erdogan was always concerned for the Syrian Muslim Brothers. He was concerned about them more than he was concerned about Syrian-Turkish relations. There is no doubt now that they are one of his main concerns in the Syrian events, namely defending and helping them. Of course, we do not allow this, neither for Erdogan’s sake nor for the sake of anyone else in the world.

Journalist: It seems that bridges between you and Erdogan have been destroyed.

President al-Assad: I think so, because he lost his credibility. Rebuilding these bridges depends on his ability to restore credibility on the Arab arena in general , not only in Syria, because this is not a personal issue. When he has the courage to stop and acknowledge his numerous mistakes at this stage, I don’t think the people of our region, and the Arab and Syrian people in particular, will have a problem in forgiving him. And I believe that the Turkish people will forgive him too.

Journalist: Mr. President, concerning Syrian-Turkish relations, there has been a number of incidents. An aircraft was downed, Prime Minister Erdogan threatened you, deployed forces on the borders and made all the noise you’re aware of. What is, in your opinion, the way out of the Syrian-Turkish crisis?

President al-Assad: The way out is that the Turkish government corrects the mistakes it made in dealing with the Syrian situation, not manipulating or exploiting any event in order to create big problems, and putting the interests of the Syrian and Turkish people before the narrow personal interests of their officials. So, the way out is there and the process is quite simple and not difficult at all. I am sure that the Turkish people, and the Syrian people, will support this, and at the forefront at these people will be the families of the two Turkish pilots. It is enough for Erdogan to listen to the statement made by the father of one of the pilots to find the way out.

Journalist: You said that Erdogan has changed. Why, in your opinion, has he changed? And what are the things which changed in him?

President al-Assad: The circumstances have changed, and these circumstances showed Erdogan’s reality. I’ll give you some evidence. For example, we heard a lot of shouting in defense of the Palestinians in 2008 when Israel attacked Gaza. But two and a half years before that, we did not hear that kind of shouting when Israel attacked Lebanon. The resistance was there in both cases, and Israel killed in both cases, and in both countries the number of martyrs was approximately 1500.

Journalist: Why, in your opinion?

President al-Assad: Because he showed his sectarian mentality. Because the difference between the two cases is only the sectarian aspect. Today, Erdogan is shedding the tears of hypocrites for the Syrian people. Why hasn’t he cried for those killed in some Gulf countries, although they are innocent, peaceful and unarmed? Why isn’t he speaking about democracy in some Gulf countries?

Journalist: Which country?

President al-Assad: Qatar, for instance. Why didn’t he do anything after the Marmara ship incident except shouting? Why did he challenge Israel, and then suddenly agreed to deploy the missile shield in Turkey? Did he deploy it in order to protect Turkey from the attack of a hostile country? Did America build these bases in order to protect itself against this region? Which country in the region has the capability to threaten America? No country. So, the answer is that he deployed it to protect Israel. These circumstances revealed Erdogan’s reality, no more, no less. Erdogan hasn’t changed. What has changed is the way the people of the region look at him. He has failed on the Arab arena. He no longer exists, neither him nor his credibility.

Big Smokes
07-18-2012, 10:26 AM
http://hosted.ap.org/dynamic/stories/M/ML_SYRIA?SITE=AP&SECTION=HOME&TEMPLATE=DEFAULT&CTIME=2012-07-08-15-04-57

Soul Controller
07-19-2012, 04:46 AM
peace smokes, nah im not religious.. in the slightest.. lol

religion makes you apathetic, as well as, makes you go on beliefs, rather than facts.

what would it take for everyone over there to be on one accord


dont think that will happen,.. only way humanity on a global scale will be on the same accord is,. when the system fails. thus freeing people from this grip it has on them,

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Shogah
07-21-2012, 05:23 AM
even if said corp's and external influences didnt fuck with the middle east....these dudes would still be killing each other

tribal warfare is prevalent in Arab and lesser extent in Iran since before the days of Muhammad

The Middle East is the region of intolerance and hatred..if your the wrong type of muslim or wrong type of jew youre fucked...which is a shame considering its rich history

Lol quit bullshitting. Much of these conflicts between muslims are casued by usa, like in iraq.
You mention pre muhammad time? In which part of our planet there WASN't tribal wars in that time?

What does it have to do with the topic anyway? Is that justification? Theye are not less civilized as the rest of the world, it's only that europe is now united under the global corporative umbrella and led by the usa, that keeps them from starting a war against each other. It's better to wage wars against common enemy somewhere far from their homes.

Shadow Demon
07-21-2012, 07:23 AM
they arent less civilised some of the greatest minds from today and before come from the middle east

West europe doesnt war with western europe because the relative and absolute costs are too high for what would be pathetic gains, no one wants WW3, the US has relatively little to do with that now.

these conflicts are exacerbated by the US no doubt, but my point is, is that broad cultural change is req across the middle east to reverse extremism and proxy wars.

extremism and intolerance became strengthened and is still influenced by American intervention but it is a phenomenon on its own now.



Iran would still hate Iraq and Saudi Arabia, even if the US completely withdraw all support for these countries.

Israel and Iran will eventually war, regardless of US support or not.

I credit Obama for not being a foolish cunt to pander to Netanyahu and the right wing pro Israel hillbilly's

Shadow Demon
07-21-2012, 07:32 AM
religion makes you apathetic, as well as, makes you go on beliefs, rather than facts.







^you are overly generalising there.

Soul Controller
07-26-2012, 04:28 AM
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Soul Controller
07-26-2012, 10:20 AM
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Story #1: US Position On Syria Directly Endorses Terrorism
http://ur1.ca/9u49k
Related: Hillary Says Russia, China "Will Pay A Price" Over Support For Syria
http://ur1.ca/9u49m
Al-Qaeda Taking Deadly New Role in Syria's Conflict
http://ur1.ca/9u49n
Thomas L. Friedman Says "Syria Is Iraq"
http://ur1.ca/9u49w

Soul Controller
07-27-2012, 09:03 AM
A film set was created for Tripoli (Libya) in Qatar, and they created fictitious demonstrations in order to sway public opinion worldwide. The same happened in Baghdad. And similar events are occurring in Syria. Many Journalists have left AlJazeera as a consequence. Shoruk explains.

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Soul Controller
07-27-2012, 10:13 AM
Gareth Porter: Netanyahu accuses Iran, and Iran accuses Israel, of being behind terrorist attack

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MrDiamondFDC
07-27-2012, 11:04 AM
Murdering is all these savages know how to do. Fuck Syria.

Soul Controller
07-27-2012, 01:47 PM
but the ones murdering in syria are not from syria they have been imported in to fight.,

most come from north africa. and are financed by the cia.

you know what.. was saving this but.. your ignorance is perfect

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Soul Controller
08-09-2012, 02:50 PM
LOLOL

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Despite US imposed sanctions, the Iranian capital's Apple stores are full and thriving. The high-tech youth of Tehran love iPods and Macs as much as anyone. And creative businesses aren't letting a little thing like an international blockade get in the way of feeding that appetite.