[cryptome] Re: Interesting

  • From: Redmond <darkredptc@xxxxxxxxx>
  • To: cryptome@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
  • Date: Sun, 25 Aug 2013 05:30:35 -0600

The west are supporting the rebels and the east are supporting are
supporting Assad. There will be no "truth" finding out who actually
launched the attack. Small anecdotal bits will be passed off as proof (such
as RT claiming posts blaming assads forces occurred before the actual

Bottom line: Russia doesn't want to lose a naval base in the area and the
west doesn't want stable strong governments in the area.
On Aug 25, 2013 1:54 AM, "Peter Presland" <peter@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:

> On 24/08/2013 22:03, militarywritersassociation@xxxxxxxxx wrote:
> > The video is old footage from the Iraq war....let the disinformation war
> begin.....
> ... with the Military Writers association and one or two other here
> among its legions of gullible pawns it seems - if this thread so far is
> anything to go by.
> The 'disinformation war' as you call it, on all things connected to
> US/Western foreign policy matters in general, and in furtherance of
> Eretz Yisrael in particular, has been a permanent fixture from their
> beginnings - aka the Mossad 'By way of deception....' etc etc. It just
> waxes and wanes like the phases of the moon according to the need for
> this or that casus belli, that's all. We appear to be approaching yet
> another full moon with these latest Syrian allegations - no matter their
> utter absurdity when measured against rational criteria, viz:
> 1. For the past few months (since the debunking of the last CW
> allegations in fact), Assad government forces have been trouncing the
> Gulf State imported Salafist cut-throats bringing 'Democracy to Syria',
> as we are expected to believe
> 2. Assad knows better than anyone that CW use is a red line and the most
> likely casus belli (contrived or otherwise) for Western intervention.
> It's been a Western mantra for 6 months or more now.
> Does anyone seriously believe that, on the day after UN weapons
> inspectors arrive in Damascus - at Assad's invitation and specifically
> to investigate previous CW allegations - his forces would launch a CW
> attack just miles away? really?
> Yesterday Obama said 'If Assad has used CW's then a red line has been
> crossed' - Notice a glaring ommission there anyone? That's it. Why a red
> line for Assad but nobody else?
> The wonder to me is that intelligent people on this list - and in their
> millions elsewhere, seem totally oblivious to all this - maybe they just
> get a thrill out of the drums beating eh?

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