Archive for August, 2013

31. August 2013

the government’s assessment of the “Syri

the government’s assessment of the “Syrian Government’s Use of Chemical Weapons on August 21, 2013.” It is exactly as expected, putting the full blame on Assad.

What however is absolutely mindblowing is the following:

“We have identified one hundred videos attributed to the attack, many of which show large numbers of bodies exhibiting physical signs consistent with, but not unique to, nerve agent exposure. The reported symptoms of victims included unconsciousness, foaming from the nose and mouth, constricted pupils, rapid heartbeat, and difficulty breathing. Several of the videos show what appear to be numerous fatalities with no visible injuries, which is consistent with death from chemical weapons, and inconsistent with death from small-arms, high-explosive munitions or blister agents. At least 12 locations are portrayed in the publicly available videos, and a sampling of those videos confirmed that some were shot at the general times and locations described in the footage. We assess the Syrian opposition does not have the capability to fabricate all of the videos, physical symptoms verified by medical personnel and NGOs, and other information associated with this chemical attack.”

In other words, America may be about to launch World War III on the basis of one hundred videos, which it believes “the Syrian opposition does not have the capability to fabricate.”

31. August 2013

EXCLUSIVE: Syrians In Ghouta Claim Saudi

EXCLUSIVE: Syrians In Ghouta Claim Saudi-Supplied Rebels Behind Chemical Attack
Rebels and local residents in Ghouta accuse Saudi Prince Bandar bin Sultan of providing chemical weapons to an al-Qaida linked rebel group.
By Dale Gavlak and Yahya Ababneh

30. August 2013


Ron Paul asks Julian Assange /
„Haven’t you touched on this subject, of somebody looking for an incident with Syria that would justify all of the countries to come in and the United States government to come in and the British government to come in and do something in Syria?“ Paul asks Assange.

The WikiLeaks boss, who has been holed up in Ecuador’s embassy in London for the past year, explained that WikiLeaks did indeed publish such material.

Assange cited a leaked December 2011 email from intelligence contractor Stratfor, a report back from a staffer who met with U.S. Air Force, French military and British military officials about a possible military intervention in Syria.

[MORE: Britain Out, France in for Looming U.S. Strike in Syria]

The officials reportedly thought a military intervention would need „some humanitarian outrage to hook it all on to, and we have seen that,“ Assange said.

On Friday the White House released a report claiming that 1,429 Syrians were killed in an Aug. 21 chemical attack by the government of Syrian President Bashar al-Assad. The British parliament on Thursday voted down a proposal to attack Syria in response to the alleged chemical attack. In the United States, too, many politicians worry President Barack Obama’s administration could rush into a war based on inaccurate intelligence.

„For sure [the humanitarian outrage] has now been taken advantage of,“ Assange told Paul. „These countries never really gave a damn about Syrians before.“

30. August 2013

Die USA haben einen Geheimdienstbericht

Die USA haben einen Geheimdienstbericht als Beweis für einen Giftgaseinsatz der syrischen Regierung vorgelegt. Darin ist von mindestens 1429 Toten die Rede. Für US-Präsident Obama gibt es nun kaum mehr einen Weg zurück: Ein Militärschlag scheint sicher. SPIEGEL

30. August 2013

Former President Carter warns US action

Former President Carter warns US action on Syria without UN backing ‚illegal‘

30. August 2013

162 Representatives, Including 64 Democr

162 Representatives, Including 64 Democrats, Call for Debate and Vote Before War With Syria

30. August 2013

at least 162 Members of the House of Rep

at least 162 Members of the House of Representatives, … calling for a Congressional debate and vote before war with Syria.

30. August 2013

Cohn-Bendit über Syrien-Intervention: „

Cohn-Bendit über Syrien-Intervention: „Deutschland sollte sich beteiligen“
Einen US-Alleingang fände er „fatal“: Als erster Grüner fordert Europapolitiker Cohn-Bendit im Interview, dass Deutschland sich an der Vorbereitung eines Einsatzes gegen Assad beteiligen muss. Rot-Grün warnt er davor, mit „billigem Anti-Amerikanismus“ Wahlkampf zu machen.

30. August 2013

SYRIA Former President George W. Bush:

SYRIA Former President George W. Bush:
„The president’s got a tough choice to make,“ Bush told Fox News on Friday, „and if he decides to use our military, he’ll have the greatest military ever backing him up.“ Bush unterstützt Krieg – wenn sich Obama entscheidet das Militär einzusetzen, kann er sich auf eine der besten Armeen stützen:

30. August 2013

SYRIA – What people do can make a differ

SYRIA – What people do can make a difference!
But until the missiles are fired and the bombs dropped, it is still possible to stop the war before it starts. It is critically important that all those who oppose a new war and who are demonstrating today, stay in the streets over this crucial weekend. What people do can make a difference!
Initiated by: ANSWER LA; Arab Americans 4 Syria; National Lawyers Guild – LA; Full Rights for Immigrants Coalition; KmB Pro-People Youth; Veterans For Peace; Association of Filipinas, Feminists Fighting Imperialism, Re-feudalization, and Marginalization (AF3IRM); March Forward! veterans; Party for Socialism and Liberation (PSL); Frente Unido de los Pueblos Americanos (FUPA); Danza Mexica Cuauhtemoc;; and more.

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