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Interference - War
Seymour M. Hersh on Obama, Erdoğan and the Syrian rebels
The Red Line and the Rat Line
7 April 2014 | IN 2011 Barack Obama led an allied military intervention in Libya without consulting the US Congress. Last August, after the sarin attack on the Damascus suburb of Ghouta, he was ready to launch an allied air strike, this time to punish the Syrian government for allegedly crossing the ‘red line’ he had set in 2012 on the use of chemical weapons. Then with less than two days to go before the planned strike, he announced that he would seek congressional approval for the intervention.

Final Document of the International Conference Held in Belgrade march 22nd and 23rd, 2014.
24 March 2014 | .

By Stefan Karganovic
Color revolution unleashed in Bosnia
13 February 2014 | Considering growing interest about riots in Bosnia, here is the view of the events by Mr. Stefan Karganovic, who is believed to have good insight information.[ZJ]

By John Mesler
The Plan for Iraq - The US, the UK, Saudi Arabia and Israel were in on the plan
31 January 2014 | As I’ve watched the events unfold in the mid-east over the past 24 years it has become alarmingly clear to me that we didn’t invade Iraq in 2003 because we thought they had weapons of mass destruction. We lied. We knew they did NOT have them. Well, at least 6 or 7 "decision and policy makers" knew they didn’t.

By Alex Newman
MIT Report: Obama Used Bogus Intelligence to Push Syria War
25 January 2014 | .

Geneva 2 peace conference for Syria
‘No one, Mr. Kerry, has right to withdraw president’s legitimacy’ - Syrian FM
22 January 2014 | Geneva 2 quickly descended into a war of words, with each successive speaker ratcheting up the rhetoric as tensions from the protracted civil war which has ravaged the country for three years quickly bled into the peace conference.

Syria’s ‘shameful betrayal’ for Palestinians
19 January 2014 | For many Palestinians today the conflict in Syria is a source of deep shame. This is because large numbers of Palestinian men have joined the ranks of the foreign-backed extremists trying to destabilize the Syrian government of Bashar al Assad.

By Kourosh Ziabari
Who has appointed the U.S. to be the world’s policeman?
14 January 2014 | The fact that the United States has been long treating other nations in a derogatory and irresponsible manner and allows itself to intervene in the internal affairs of other countries is a source of frustration for many people, even if the world’s politicians don’t dare to criticize Washington over its arrogant behavior.

15,000 Ukraine nationalists march for divisive Bandera
4 January 2014 | These are the direct inheritors of Nazism whom our (grand)parents’ generation defeated at great personal sacrifice in World War ll. Now they hold influential positions in the new Ukrainian cabinet, thanks to $5 billion of regime-change money from the USA. (BTW, Obama just cut over $8 billion in food stamp aid to the US poor.)

By Finian Cunningham
Saudi ‘gift’ to hide its terror hand
2 January 2014 | Saudi largesse is throwing money again – in a bid to cover up its bloodstained hands in violence hitting the Middle East and beyond. The latest public relations gimmick is the “donation” of $3 billion to the Lebanese army made by Saudi King Abdullah at the weekend.

West starting to realize they are aiding terrorists in Syria - Lavrov to RT
27 December 2013 | Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov believes Western politicians have started to realize that overthrowing Assad’s government might lead to a worsening of the Syrian crisis.

’With or without West’: Saudi Arabia ready for unilateral action on Syria
20 December 2013 | Saudi Arabia intends to pursue an independent policy in the Arab world after the US resorted to a diplomatic solution to the Syria and Iran crises. The Saudi envoy to UK says the kingdom is ready to ensure “regional peace” without Western support.

By Dmitry Minin
The West’s Alliance with «Jihad Warriors» in Syria: Sinister Fruits
15 December 2013 | After suffering one military defeat after another, the Syrian radical opposition, backed by the support of the West and the monarchies of the Persian Gulf, are increasingly retaliating cruelly against the civilian population. The jihadists seize towns and cultural and religious sites which up to that point had remained outside the combat zone, loudly proclaiming their victories.

By M K Bhadrakumar
Obama’s deception on Syria WMD
12 December 2013 | The well-known American investigative journalist Seymour Hersh has been digging and digging for truth about what really happened in those fateful days in August-September when President Barack Obama almost ordered a military strike against Syria over the alleged chemical weapons attacks by the regime in the suburbs of Damascus.

By Tony Cartalucci
NATO’s War on Syria Just Got Dirtier
12 December 2013 | West scrambles to cover up Syria false flag revelations as Pulitzer Prize-winner & Syria’s Electronic Army expose all.

By Democracy Now
Investigative journalist Seymour Hersh answer about his new article casting doubt on the veracity of the Obama administration’s claims
11 December 2013 | Investigative journalist Seymour Hersh joins us to discuss his new article casting doubt on the veracity of the Obama administration’s claims that only the Assad regime could have carried out the chemical attacks in the Damascus suburb of Ghouta earlier this year.

Obama admin ’cherry-picked intelligence’ to justify Syria strike
10 December 2013 | Washington knew Syrian rebels could produce sarin gas but “cherry-picked” intel to blame President Assad for the Aug. 21 attack on Ghouta, Pulitzer Prize-winning investigative journalist Seymour Hersh has revealed, citing senior US security sources.

By Seymour M. Hersh
Whose sarin?
8 December 2013 | .

By Nicola Nasser
Insurgency Responsible for Civilian Plight of Syrians
6 December 2013 | Creating a humanitarian crisis in Syria, whether real or fabricated, and holding the Syrian government responsible for it as a casus belli for foreign military intervention under the UN 2005 so-called “responsibility to protect” initiative was from the very eruption of the Syrian conflict the goal of the US-led “Friends of Syria’ coalition.

Geneva talks - ‘A fool’s game’
Since the time of Sarkozy, the French government has adopted a policy of opposing the Iranian nation
10 November 2013 | While diplomatic heavyweights from US, Russia, China, UK and Germany are calling to seal a deal with Iran, Paris is voicing strong doubts. FM Laurent Fabius warns not to be fooled by Iran’s proposals.

After Reportedly Being Offered Saudi Weapons Sales, France Tries to Blow Up Iran Deal
10 November 2013 | Several weeks after this WSJ article describing a staged Bandar bin Sultan tantrum about US actions, it was revealed the “Western diplomat” involved was a representative of France.

By Stephen M. Walt
Playing Hard to Get in the Middle East
29 October 2013 | Some of America’s Middle Eastern allies are reportedly not very happy with the United States these days. I refer, of course, to Saudi Arabia and Israel, who are troubled by U.S. discussions with Iran and upset by Obama’s reluctance to plunge head-first into the Syrian quagmire. But those of us with a more strategic view of U.S. interests in the Middle East may welcome these developments, as they contain the kernel of a more flexible and effective approach that may be emerging.

By Ramzy Baroud
Sectarianism: Redrawing the Map of Middle East
22 October 2013 | The warm waters of the Gulf look quiet from where I am sitting in Doha, but such tranquility hardly reflects the conflicts this region continues to generate. The euphoria of the so-called Arab Spring is long gone, but what remains is a region that is rich with resources and burdened with easily manipulated history that is in a state of reckless transition. No one can see what the future will look like, but the possibilities are ample, and possibly tragic.

Diplomatic sources: Saudi black op team behind Damascus chem weapons attack
4 October 2013 | The August chemical weapons attack in the Syrian capital’s suburbs was done by a Saudi Arabian black operations team, Russian diplomatic sources have told a Russian news agency.

Interview by Kourosh Ziabari
CIA is Already Involved In A War Against Syria: David Swanson
23 September 2013 | According to a prominent American author, the world nations should strongly stand up to protest at the U.S. warmongering policies in the region and its illegal calls for war against Syria which is a violation of the UN Charter and Kellogg-Briand Pact that prevent the world countries from unilateral use of force against another sovereign state.

Anthony Lawson Video
Another War for Israel — Featuring America’s Newest Allies: al Qaida
11 September 2013 | .

’CIA fabricated evidence to lure US into war with Syria’
11 September 2013 | The intelligence gathered against Syria’s Assad was manufactured by elements within the spy community in order to mislead the US President to take punitive action, Ray McGovern, a veteran CIA analyst, told Russia Today.

Moscow Says US Strike on Syria Threatens Nuclear Security
5 September 2013 | The Russian Foreign Ministry on Wednesday urged the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) to analyze risks of a potential US military operation in Syria, saying such a strike would threaten nuclear security throughout the Middle East.

Human rights investigations
Is Obama supporting genocide in Syria?
3 September 2013 | Speaking to Jeremy Bowen in Damascus, the Deputy UN Envoy to Syria, Mokhtar Lamani, has said that in Syria we are “not only talking about the humanitarian situation which is almost a catastrophe” but sectarianism which is frightening with “the possibility of having a large genocide, it’s there.”

German Report : How Turkey Arms and Sends Wahhabi Jihadists into Syria
1 September 2013 | .

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