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7. Dezember 2015

Die Verlogenheit auf einem Blick – Nur DIE LINKE ist konsequent gegen #Krieg und #Terror! – Sevim Dagdelen

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Die Verlogenheit auf einem Blick: CDU CSU SPD und Grüne geben vor gegen den Terror zu sein, wollen aber gleichzeitig weiterhin Terrorpaten wie Saudi Arabien oder die Türkei mit deutschen Waffen beliefern, obwohl selbst die Bundesregierung nicht ausschließt, dass diese deutschen Waffen beim ‪#‎IS‬ landen oder gegen die ‪#‎Kurden‬ eingesetzt werden die wiederum bisher am effektivsten gegen den #IS kämpfen. Andererseits wollen CDU CSU SPD und manche Grüne einen ‪#‎Angriffskrieg‬ in ‪#‎Syrien‬ führen angeblich gegen den #IS. Nur DIE LINKE ist konsequent gegen ‪#‎Krieg‬ und ‪#‎Terror‬!

 

7. Dezember 2015

US-Luftwaffe hat Stellungen der Verteidiger gegen den IS bombardiert – Sevim Dagdelen

In Syrien in Deir-ez-Zor, einer Stadt im Euphrattal, die vom barbarischen IS eingeschlossen ist, hat die US-Luftwaffe jetzt offenbar Stellungen der Verteidiger gegen den IS bombardiert. Vier syrische Soldaten starben, 16 wurden verletzt. Die USA bahnen auf diese Weise dem IS den Weg zu weiteren Massakern. So sieht der Kampf der Kriegskoalition der Willigen gegen den IS aus. Bald auch mit direkter deutscher Beteiligung. Nein zur deutschen Kriegsbeteiligung in Syrien! Waffenlieferungen stoppen! Die Unterstützung der deutschen Verbündeten, auch der Türkei, Saudi-Arabiens und Katars für den IS muss endlich gestoppt werden! ‪#‎Syria‬ ‪#‎Deirezzor‬ ‪#‎ISIS‬

7. Dezember 2015

sputniknews – Vizekanzler Gabriel signalisiert Ende der Eiszeit zwischen Berlin und Moskau

http://de.sputniknews.com/panorama/20151207/306250003/gabriel-interview-eiszeit.html

Nachdem der Bundestag für die Beteiligung der Bundeswehr an der Anti-IS-Operation gestimmt hat, spricht nun Vize-Kanzler Sigmar Gabriel von einer Veränderung der außenpolitischen Stellung Berlins, auch was Moskau betrifft.

In einem Interview für die Zeitung „Bild am Sonntag“ sagte Gabriel, dass der Konflikt in Syrien vor allem auf politischer Ebene gelöst werden müsse, aber ein militärischer Einsatz der Bundeswehr sei ebenfalls notwendig, um eine diplomatische Lösung zu ermöglichen.

„Die heutigen Bürgerkriegsparteien – Regierungsarmee, die nicht-islamistischen Rebellen und die Kurden – müssen gemeinsam gegen ISIS kämpfen. Bis dahin müssen wir aber einen weiteren Geländegewinn von ISIS militärisch verhindern“, so der Vize-Kanzler. Wie lange der Bundeswehr-Einsatz in Syrien andauern wird, ist dem Politiker jedoch unklar.

Der Irak sei Brutstätte der Terrormiliz Daesh (auch IS oder „Islamischer Staat“ genannt), denn im völkerrechtswidrigen Krieg in diesem Land seien „alle staatlichen Strukturen zerstört“ worden. Außerdem habe die Weltgemeinschaft zulange die Rolle Saudi-Arabiens bei regionalen Konflikten übersehen: „Es hilft auch nichts, das Land jeden Tag irgendwie an den Pranger zu stellen, denn das wird seine Bereitschaft zu ernsthaften Verhandlungen in Syrien nicht gerade steigern.“

Dennoch betont Gabriel, dass man nicht vergessen dürfe, dass Riad Wahabisten finanziere. „Aus Saudi-Arabien werden überall in der Welt wahabitische Moscheen finanziert. Aus diesen Gemeinden kommen in Deutschland viele islamistische Gefährder“, so der Vize-Kanzler.

Interessanterweise signalisierte Sigmar Gabriel im „Bild“-Interview das Ende der „Eiszeit mit Russland“. Außerdem sollte Moskau anscheinend zurück in die Gruppe der Acht. Denn es mache dauerhaft keinen Sinn, „Putin zu bitten, geopolitische Probleme wie in Syrien zu lösen und ihn gleichzeitig aus den G8 auszuschließen“, sagte er.

Zuvor war Moskau aus der G8 ausgeschlossen worden, nachdem die Krim in Folge eines Referendums der Russischen Föderation beigetreten war. Nun könnte solch eine politische Wende heißen, dass der Konflikt sich bald erschöpft hat.

Der Vize-Kanzler versicherte, dass der Westen auf Präsident Putin zählen könne. Schließlich habe der russische Staatschef „ein großes Interesse daran, dass sich der islamistische Terror nicht in den Kaukasus und damit nach Russland bewegt. Deshalb wird er aus kühl-kalkuliertem Interesse bei einer Anti-ISIS-Koalition mitmachen.“

 

7. Dezember 2015

junge Welt – Ein Staatsverbrechen Wolfgang Schorlaus Buch »Die schützende Hand« ist mehr als ein Kriminalroman über den »Nationalsozialistischen Untergrund«. Er liefert Beweise

Wer mag, kann Wolfgang Schorlaus Buch »Die schützende Hand. Denglers achter Fall« als Krimi lesen. Allerdings handelt es sich bei dem Band um die zusammenfassende Dokumentation eines Staatsverbrechens, ergänzt um fiktionale Elemente. Am 4. November 2011 waren in einem in Eisenach-Stregda abgestellten Wohnwagen die Leichen von Uwe Böhnhardt und Uwe Mundlos aufgefunden worden, und es war vom »Nationalsozialistischen Untergrund« (NSU) die Rede.

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https://www.jungewelt.de/2015/12-07/012.php

7. Dezember 2015

vineyardsaker – Die neunte Woche des russischen Eingreifens in Syrien: das Imperium schlägt zurück

zum ganzen Artikel hier: http://vineyardsaker.de/analyse/die-neunte-woche-des-russischen-eingreifens-in-syrien-das-imperium-schlaegt-zurueck/#more-4401

 

(…) Um ganz zu verstehen, was jetzt passiert, müssen wir das größere Bild betrachten. Die erste wichtige Konsequenz aus dem Abschuss der russischen SU-24 ist, dass die NATO nun zu einer Allianz der Straflosigkeit geworden ist. Jetzt, da durch den Kriegsakt der Türkei gegen Russland, denn das war dieser Abschuss zweifelsohne, ein Präzedenzfall gesetzt ist, kann nun jedes NATO-Mitglied es ihr gleich tun und sich dabei von der Allianz beschützt fühlen. Wenn morgen, sagen wir, die Letten beschließen, ein Schiff der russischen Marine im baltischen Meer aus der Luft anzugreifen oder wenn die Polen ein russisches Flugzeug über Kaliningrad abschössen, werden sie sofort den ‘Schutz’ der NATO erhalten, so wie die Türkei jetzt: die USA werden sich völlig hinter die lettische/polnische Version des Ereignisses stellen, der Generalsekretär der NATO wird anbieten, mehr Truppen nach Lettland/Polen zu entsenden, um diese Länder vor jeder „Bedrohung aus dem Osten“ zu „schützen“, und die Konzernmedien der Welt werden vor jedem Beweis einer lettischen/polnischen Aggression die Augen verschließen. Das ist eine extrem gefährliche Entwicklung, weil sie jedem kleinen Land einen starken Anreiz gibt, seinen Minderwertigkeitskomplex zu bekämpfen, indem es „Mut“ und „Entschlossenheit“ zeigt, Russland herauszufordern, selbst wenn das, natürlich, versteckt hinter dem Rücken der NATO gemacht wird.

(…)

Wir befinden uns also in einer extrem gefährlichen Lage:

Die russischen Kräfte in Syrien sind vergleichsweise schwach und isoliert

Die Türkei kann, und wird, ihre Provokationen unter dem Mantel der NATO fortsetzen

Der Westen bereitet jetzt ein (illegales) Eingreifen innerhalb Syriens vor

Das westliche Eingreifen richtet sich gegen Syrien und Russland

NATO-Politiker haben jetzt eine einfache Möglichkeit, „patriotisch“ Stiche zu machen, indem sie Russland provozieren

(…)

7. Dezember 2015

Sahra Wagenknecht Anti-War Speech ahead of Syria Vote in German Parliament, Dec 4, 2014

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Translated from German by Tom Winter December 5, 2015

Mister President, Ladies and gentlemen, Chancellor! At the moving funeral service a week ago in Paris to commemorate the victims of the terrorist attacks, the song ‚Quand on n’a que l’amour‘ of the great songwriter and pacifist Jacques Brel was sung. It stood in stark contrast to the bellicose rhetoric of the French president.

Quand on n’a que l’amour
Pour parler aux canons …

When all you love is to talk about cannons — The whole song is a tribute to love, and peace, and a clear rejection of violence and war. The ceremony was also shown here in Germany. I wished that all of you, who want to vote yes today had heard that song, and understood its message.

In Paris exactly three weeks ago 130 victims fell to a barbaric act of terrorism. The perpetrators were almost exclusively French and Belgian citizens, and grew up in the overgrown suburbs of Brussels and Paris. And now you stand here and say that we are going to weaken and fight back at ISIS by bombing and killing innocent people, women and children in Rakka and other Syrian cities. What is this madness? I ask you: What century are we living in?

When you stand here and say this was no easy decision, but a carefully considered one, and that we who say no don’t have a plan for anything else to do, then I say: Yes, there is a different plan. There is only one other plan. War just makes everything worse. This is not the way to fight ISIS. With this adventure you will only strengthen it.

Rakka is a city with 200 000 inhabitants. In the recent bombing hospitals and schools have been destroyed. There are no official figures on the victims, but one can safely assume that the bombing in the intervening last three weeks has killed more civilians in Syria than the barbaric attacks in Paris. And the mothers of Rakka weep for their children. Bombing, too, is terrorism.

Do the warring countries really enter want to get into a killing ocntest with ISIS? To see who is betteer at killing? Who does this has already lost.

Macron, the French Economics Minister, has said after the attacks, the French businesses were responsible for „a breeding ground,“ on which terror can flourish.

(Marcus Held (SPD): „Now this is going too far“!)
Against the „promise of equality“ – still quoting Macron – the French Republic works on a daily basis. „We have put a stop to the opportunities for social advancement,“ he said. – You insist that you want to be in solidarity with France. I ask you: Which France? The France of the political class, which has been responsible for the worst wars in recent times – I need only recall the in Algeria – or with the France of the French population, that before all else wants to live in peace and security?
(Applause from the Left – acclamation from Marieluise Beck (Bremen) (Alliance ’90 / The Greens).)

I tell you: If you want genuine friendship and genuine solidarity with France, then you should, for example, stop imposing austerity measures on the country via Brussels, that ever more and more are depriving young people of their future. That would be genuine solidarity. Because you could do go a step in the direction of progress.
(Applause from the Left – Marcus Hero (SPD): Unbelievable!)

Therefore, once again: It’s a simple lie that this war will weaken ISIS. That is also the difference with the struggle of the Kurdish associations on the ground.

Perhaps after these 14 years you could still believe that a bombing war will solve the problem of terrorism, but not any more today, not in the face of all experience. In 2001 you decided to send the Bundeswehr to Afghanistan. For 14 years, a war’s been going on there, and thousands of civilians and also over 50 Bundeswehr soldiers have fallen victim. With what is the result? Today, the Taliban in Afghanistan have more popular support than ever before. This whole war was one big bust. You could even quietly admit it yourself

(Applause from the Left – Volker Kauder (CDU / CSU): „What BS“!)

In 2003 Bush, with his „coalition of the willing,“ invaded Iraq. Saddam Hussein was overthrown. Six months later they formed the „Islamic State“, and today it dominates half of Iraq. In 2011 Libya was bombed. Gaddafi was overthrown. Since then, we’ve got chaos there, and the „Islamic state“ is also established now in Libya. And the same thing in Syria. And yet, the Pentagon itself has recently avowed that various Islamist terrorist groups and initially even the IS were supported by the US to weaken Assad. That’s the sad truth: It was the West, and it was mainly the United States, who have created the monster,

that has now put us all in fear and terror. That’s the truth; you do not want to hear. But it is the product of our wars, the Western wars in this world.

President Dr. Norbert Lammert: Will you allow a question from Mr Janecek?

Dr. Sahra Wagenknecht (DIE LINKE): Of course.

Dieter Janecek (Alliance ’90 / The Greens):

Thank you, Mrs Wagenknecht, for allowing this question. – Also, I will, like you, vote against this expedition. But I wonder very much if you do not act one-sidedly in some of your argument.

(Applause from Alliance 90 / The Greens, the CDU / CSU and the SPD)

You complain, rightly, about the civilian casualties in the air strikes in Rakka. But what about the air strikes on the part of the Russians, for example in the region of Homs? I know a Syrian refugee, whose family is in precisely this region and complains that Russian bombers have been flying massive raids with many victims since mid-September. Not a word from you on that,

nor from Mr Bartsch in the debate last Wednesday.

(Dr. Dietmar Bartsch (DIE LINKE):! Okay. Not a problem!)

Are you blind in one eye, that you blame the West for everything, but do not put the devastating operations of the Russians in this context?

Dr. Sahra Wagenknecht (DIE LINKE): I find it really significant that you all applaud when someone calls up the civilian casualties of the Russian bombs.

Of course, these victims are just as tragic as the victims of the bombing of the French, like the victims of the bombs the Americans, as victims of any other bombs. This bombing war is the wrong means. Bombs do not create peace, no matter if they are thrown from France, from Russia, or from the United States,.

We have said that everywhere. I spoke yesterday at a demonstration here in front of the Reichstag, that we were invited to attend. There I said exactly the same thing.

But It is dishonest: to applaud and say that these victims are wrong – as also showed up in the press –

– but today you agree to a military operation, which will bring a whole new bunch of victims with it.

That is simply false. If you are against bombs and if you condemn the Russian bombs, then don’t raise you hand to send in the Tornadoes that will dump more bombs and kill more civilians. That would be consistent, that would be the logical consequence.

Then I would have respect for you.

(Volker Kauder (CDU / CSU): We do not want any respect from you!)

Of course, I know very well that Assad is a dictator who brutally suppressed his country. But I know just as well that never in Washington was it a matter of democracy and human rights when it was decided in autocratic arrogance which dictators in the world should be supported and upgraded, and which dictators whould be undermined and overthrown. It was never yet in all these wars been about anything other than gas, oil, and spheres of influence. Now for goals like that 1.3 million people have paid with their.

(Henning Otte (CDU / CSU): All cliches!)

– Clichés? The lives of 1.3 million people, and you talk about cliches? This interjection surely can not be serious! I think it’s really outrageous.

(Applause from the Left – Matthias Ilgen (SPD): You are outrageous!)

It was these wars that have transformed the Near East and Middle East into a fire, a fire from which millions of people are fleeing for their bare survival’s sake. It is a big failure of European policy to have reached out our hand to the United States for so long and to have let them have their way.

2001 when the so-called war on terror began, there were some 100 international dangerous terrorists worldwide. Today, after 14 years of the so-called war on terror, there are hundreds of thousands. Do you want there to be millions? Then you need to go the same way and keep right on driving the spiral of war and violence.

In 2000, worldwide, 3000 people died in terrorist attacks. Last year there were already 30,000. You know perfectly well that you naturally increase the terrorist attacks in Germany with today’s decision. No, I tell you: Whoever really wants to weaken the IS must cut off its inflow of weapons, finances, and supply of new fighters.

That is, he must have the courage to finally put a stop to the terrorist godfathers among your putative allies, ie Turkey and the Saudis.

It’s outrageous that the smuggling across the Turkish border has not stopped to this day, and every night 100 new jihadists – currently even more – cross this border to constitute the supply of IS. I think, rather than bomb Syria to bomb, you’d do better to bring Erdogan around to finally end his foul play. Incidentally, it is this Erdogan, who is bombing the Kurdish groups that are really fighting there, not least with German weapons! That is the scandal. That’s the whole hypocrisy of this policy.

Stop supplying weapons to Saudi Arabia and Qatar! Today we propose a resolution for an immediate halt to arms exports to Saudi Arabia, Qatar, Turkey and the war region. Who refuses to vote for this resolution, should never again say that he wants to weaken the Islamist terror.
(Opposition from the CDU / CSU and the SPD)
That is namely really pure hypocrisy.

But who votes in favor today, is leading Germany into a war with totally unpredictable risk of escalation

(Volker Kauder (CDU / CSU): Enough now – Gegenruf of Abg Katja Kipping (DIE LINKE): No, it is not nearly enough – Wolfgang Gehrcke (DIE LINKE):.! You’ve got to hear it, Mr. Kauder !)

in a war, for which there is no UN mandate, which is contrary to international law, and clearly contradicts the basic law, because neither France nor Germany are being defended there in Raqqa and Aleppo. Those in favor today, would be sending our soldiers into a war, where there are already 14 other states fighting side by side, with each other/against each other, with no common goal, and no common strategy, not even within the NATO countries, let alone beyond.

The Vienna peace talks – a week ago we had the feeling that Mr Steinmeier really and honestly was working for their success –

(Matthias Ilgen (SPD): He is – Ulli Nissen (SPD): What’s going on What‘ that supposed to mean?)

— become much more difficult by the escalation of the war, rather than easier. All this is just irresponsible!

(Matthias Ilgen (SPD): You are irresponsible!)

Well at last be aware of what the so-called war on terror has actually brought on. War is Terror, that generates new terror.

(Applause from the Left – Volker Kauder (CDU / CSU): Aren’t your ten minutes up yet?)

I’ll tell you: It’s as if you wanted to Pope Julius III. confirm what he said in the 16th century – –

(Volker Kauder (CDU / CSU): That’s already more than ten minutes!)

– I’m right at the end.

(Applause from the CDU / CSU and the SPD – Shouts from the CDU / CSU: Bravo – Finally!)

– You don’t want that to hear it, but you’re going to hear it more often, because this war is going to last – It is, as I said, as if you wanted to confirm what Pope Julius III said in the 16th century:

If you only knew with what little effort of understanding the world is governed, You’d be amazed.

But a world with nuclear weapons, can not afford to be governed without understanding; because that’s simply too dangerous. Therefore, the Left will vote today against this war adventure.

(Applause from the Left – Matthias Ilgen (SPD): You just don’t get it – Katrin Göring-Eckardt (Alliance ’90 / The Greens): That was a disaster! Really shameful!)

http://fortruss.blogspot.de/2015/12/french-and-belgian-citizens-committed.html

7. Dezember 2015

Oil Scandal Deepens As Russia Produces Stunning Photographic Evidence

by Michael Snyder

How is Barack Obama going to get out of this one? On Tuesday, the Russian military produced an impressive array of evidence that clearly shows that ISIS oil is being smuggled into Turkey on an industrial scale. The evidence included photographs taken by satellite and during aerial reconnaissance missions. What the Russians have shown the world is extremely compelling, and it raises some very disturbing questions. First of all, how involved is the Turkish government in all of this? There is no way in the world that an endless parade of trucks carrying ISIS oil could have marched through Turkish border checkpoints without the cooperation of the central government. Secondly, what did Obama know and when did he know it? The U.S. military has far better surveillance capabilities than the Russians do, and so it seems absolutely absurd to suggest that Obama didn’t know what was going on.

This new Russian evidence was presented to the world by Deputy Defense Minister Anatoly Antonov, and he says that “thousands of oil trucks” have been going back and forth over the Turkish border…

According to Deputy Defense Minister Anatoly Antonov, Russia is aware of three main oil smuggling routes to Turkey.

“Today, we are presenting only some of the facts that confirm that a whole team of bandits and Turkish elites stealing oil from their neighbors is operating in the region,” Antonov said, adding that this oil “in large quantities” enters the territory of Turkey via live oil pipelines,” consisting of thousands of oil trucks.

But Antonov didn’t stop there. He went on to publicly accuse President Erdogan of Turkey and his family of running the entire operation

“Turkey is the main consumer of the oil stolen from its rightful owners, Syria and Iraq. According to information we’ve received, the senior political leadership of the country – President Erdogan and his family – are involved in this criminal business,” said Deputy Defence Minister Anatoly Antonov.

“Maybe I’m being too blunt, but one can only entrust control over this thieving business to one’s closest associates.”

In the West, no one has asked questions about the fact that the Turkish president’s son heads one of the biggest energy companies, or that his son-in-law has been appointed energy minister. What a marvelous family business!

“The cynicism of the Turkish leadership knows no limits. Look what they’re doing. They went into someone else’s country, they are robbing it without compunction,” Antonov said.

And he is right.

The Erdogan family is knee deep in this scandal, and Barack Obama has known about it the entire time. For much more on the involvement of the Erdogan family in the smuggling of ISIS oil, please see my previous article entitled “The Biggest Obama Scandal? He Knows That Turkey Is Buying Oil From ISIS And He Is Doing Nothing To Stop It“.

During his presentation, Antonov gave us a lot of specifics. He even claimed that the Russians know precisely where much of this stolen oil ends up. The following comes from an Infowars report

“The western route goes to Turkish ports on the Mediterranean coast, the north—to the refinery Batman in Turkey and the east—to the largest transshipment base in the village of Cizre,” the Russian Ministery of Defense web page states.

Oil from fields near the Syrian city of Raqqa—said to be the capital city of the Islamic State—is transported at night through the border town of Azaz, Syria and Reyhanli, Turkey to the port of Iskenderun and Dörtyol where the stolen oil is loaded on tankers.

The Russians claim the convoys are under the control of al-Nusra, the terror group funded by the Gulf Emirates and that cooperates with the Islamic State and supposed moderates in the Free Syrian Army.

Posted below is one of the charts that Antonov used during his presentation. As you can see, the Russians are not just making “vague accusations”…

If you would like to watch video of Antonov’s entire presentation, you can do so right here. What Antonov is saying in the video has been translated into English, so you will be able to understand it.

To me, one of the most striking things about the presentation was when Antonov accused the Turks of supplying fighters, ammunition and vehicles to ISIS and Al-Nusra. The following comes from an RT article

Up to 2,000 fighters, 120 tons of ammunition and 250 vehicles have been delivered to Islamic State and Al-Nusra militants from Turkish territory, chief of National Centre for State Defense Control Lt.Gen. Mikhail Mizintsev said.

According to reliable intelligence reports, the Turkish side has been taking such actions for a long time and on a regular basis. And most importantly, it is not planning to stop them.”

If any of these allegations are true, Turkey should be immediately kicked out of NATO.

And if Barack Obama knew about any of this and refused to stop it, he should be facing impeachment proceedings.

For the moment, the official position of the U.S. government is that nothing that the Russians are saying is true

Following Russian accusations, the US has again defended Turkey, denying any ties between Ankara and Islamic State.

We flatly reject any notion that the Turks are somehow working with ISIL. Preposterous. And really very, kind of ridiculous,” Steve Warren, Pentagon spokesman, said.

Really?

As an American, I am utterly embarrassed that our “leaders” would continue to try to deny what Turkey is doing after everything that has come out.

By flat out lying to the world, we are losing any credibility that we had left.

Hundreds of millions of dollars worth of stolen oil has been smuggled into Turkey, and our government still has the audacity to try to tell us not to look behind the curtain?

No wonder why most people over in Iraq are convinced that the U.S. is actually on the same side as ISIS. They don’t trust anything that we have to say anymore. The following comes from the Washington Post

Ordinary people also have seen the videos, heard the stories and reached the same conclusion — one that might seem absurd to Americans but is widely believed among Iraqis — that the United States is supporting the Islamic State for a variety of pernicious reasons that have to do with asserting U.S. control over Iraq, the wider Middle East and, perhaps, its oil.

“It is not in doubt,” said Mustafa Saadi, who says his friend saw U.S. helicopters delivering bottled water to Islamic State positions. He is a commander in one of the Shiite militias that last month helped push the militants out of the oil refinery near Baiji in northern Iraq alongside the Iraqi army.

The Islamic State is “almost finished,” he said. “They are weak. If only America would stop supporting them, we could defeat them in days.”

If we are going to continue to lie about the hundreds of millions of dollars worth of stolen oil that has been smuggled into Turkey, why should anyone believe anything else that we have to say?

The Obama administration and the Turkish government have been caught in a massive, massive lie.

In the end, this is the kind of scandal that could potentially bring down the Obama administration, leaders in Congress, and many among the top brass in the U.S. military.

So what do you think about this emerging scandal?

Please feel free to share your thoughts by posting a comment below…

7. Dezember 2015

Kriegseinsatz gegen IS: Käßmann fassungslos SPD-Chef Gabriel: Westen trägt Mitschuld an Entstehung der Dschihadistengruppe – ND

Berlin. Nach dem Ja einer Mehrheit der Abgeordneten des Bundestags zum Anti-IS-Mandat für die Bundeswehr geht die Debatte über den umstrittenen Kriegseinsatz gegen die Terrormiliz IS weiter – mit Kritik der früheren Ratsvorsitzenden der Evangelischen Kirche, Margot Käßmann. Sie sei tief betroffen über die Entscheidung, schrieb sie in einem Beitrag für die »Bild am Sonntag«. Es mache sie »fassungslos, aber wir müssen der Tatsache ins Gesicht schauen: Wir ziehen in den Krieg.«

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http://www.neues-deutschland.de/artikel/993702.kriegseinsatz-gegen-is-kaessmann-fassungslos.html

7. Dezember 2015

Zur Lage auf der Krim und mehr

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Die Krim-Blockade (Lebensmittel- und Stromlieferung-Stopp) interessiert die westlichen Wertedemokraten überhaupt nicht. Es handelt sich ja letztendlich um die Russen. Die russophobe Propaganda hat im Goebbelschen Sinne fleißig gearbeitet. Die Russen, die Menschen im Donbass und auf der Krim (auch Russen) seien von Grund auf böse und schlecht und seien auch gefährlich. Nicht wert, über sie zu berichten, schon gar nicht die Wahrheit.
Die Lage auf der Krim entspannt sich zusehends. Einfach war die Zeit für die Menschen auf der Krim nicht. Bis zum 20. Dezember (die 2. Stromleitung aus Russland wird angeschlossen) bleiben viele Schulen, Kindergärten und kleinere Betriebe geschlossen. Die sogenannte Stromfächerabschaltung der Städte und Kommunen (für ein paar Stunden gibt es keinen Strom mehr) bleibt bis dahin aktuell. Die Priorität haben Krankenhäuser, Haushalte und größere Betriebe.
An der Blockade beteiligen sich die „Krim-Tataren“ (Dschemiljow, Isljamow) und die Einheiten der Nazi-Bataillone „Rechter Sektor“ und „Ajdar“.
Neu ist, dass die „Krim-Taren“ den Besuch von den Grauen Wölfen (türkische Nazis) bekamen.
Gerade diese (in den westlichen Medien oft einfach „moderate Turkmenen“ genannt) waren am bestialischen Mord des russischen Piloten beteiligt.
+++ PHOTO 1: Das ist die Seite von Lenur Isljamow, einem der Hauptkoordinator der Krim-Blockade
https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?fbid=1529898687334613&set=a.1501649563492859.1073741830.100009434909856&type=3&theater

 

7. Dezember 2015

Der IS, sogenannte „Islamische Staat“ und europäische Satellitenbetreiber

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Der IS, der sogenannte „Islamische Staat“ nutzt das Internet für seine militärischen Kommunikationsstruktur  und seine Propagandavideos. Interessanterweise sollen nach neusten Recherchen des Nachrichtenmagazins Spiegel insbesondere die französichen Firmen Eutelsat und Avanti hier von zentraler Bedeutung sein.

Den Rechereergebnissen zufolge kennen sowohl die Satellitenbetreiber Eutelsat und Avanti als auch Vertriebspartnerfirmen in der Türkei mit sehr grosser Wahrscheinlichkeit die Standorte der Satelliten-Anlagen, die in den IS-Hochburgen zum Einsatz kommen.

Denn um die Satelliten-Anlagen zu installieren muss man die entsprechenden GPS-Koordinatendaten eintragen – bei Falscheintragung hat man entweder sehr schlechte  oder gar kein Internet-Verbindung.

Die Internetzugänge aus den von der IS kontrollierten Gebieten könnten daher sofort unterbrochen werden. 

 

 

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