Saturday, 5 December 2015

Facebook Compilation: Syria



POST: The death of Jacky Sutton in Turkey. See: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-3278391/British-woman-50-hanged-toilets-Istanbul-airport-missing-connecting-flight-Iraq.html
I, like most western governments, believe in conspiracies, because they are real phenomena in this world of ours. Conspiracy is all around us and hidden in plain sight.

 
The allegation of 'conspiracy theorist' rather like the charge of being 'homophobic' or 'anti-semitic', has been intentionally introduced to prevent proper investigation and discussion of these important matters. They are in fact equated with 'insanity' and have been very effective in preventing the truth getting out. 

If this doesn't work another alternative is killing the messenger! This tactic also has been applied more commonly than is generally realised, often in the form of 'accident' or 'suicide'. We must all be very suspicious when police immediately conclude suicide is the cause, or create a story-line to give it credence, when nothing in fact supports it. I have little doubt the death of this brave woman was not accidental or self-inflicted and foul play was involved. 

Nor, if this was the case, particularly in that location, should we assume that ISIS is responsible. Indeed given the circumstances and track record of certain states in the region, including the host nation, government agencies appear far more likely than common criminals, although of course they are no better.

POST: Syrian Bombing Vote.

Any so called 'Christian' who supports more war and bombs should watch this film first. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BRKEBAE_P5U&feature=share

POST: Misinformation.

Thanks for your compliment Tony though I'm sure it's not deserved. I am only trying my best to be a tiny counter weight to the deluge of misinformation we are subjected to. It is dodgy dossier all over again, yet the political elite seem blind to a repeat performance. The latest lie is the "70 000 moderate Syrians" that turns out to be no more that 15 000, and we can't even be sure they are 'moderate'. 

Apparently there have been 10 000 bombing missions (actually 16,000) so far and 'ISIS' is still stronger and more threatening than ever. Yet the government wants us to believe a couple more planes will make all the difference? Why do we not get nightly BBC coverage of the suffering and chaos we have caused in Libya and Iraq or even Syria? Should we not be faced with the reality of these ever so rational MP's debating the issue?

Documents prove ISIS was created by principally America as an anti Assad force.  The whole scenario is a lie from the beginning. Why does not one MP say so? It simply cannot be admitted. In fact we are all forced to live the lie. That, since 9/11, is the parallel unreality that we inhabit. and are told to be taken in by.

The latest campaign, which predictably is being given huge coverage by the media, may have elements of truth in it. Equally it may be totally fraudulent dirty tricks, in order to blacken Corbyn's reputation without justification. All desperate attempts to to do so, so far, have backfired and failed miserably. Hopefully this will prove similarly unsuccessful. In any event someone in the party needs to get to grip with the issue to discover and publicise, if the biased press will listen, the source and motivation of the stories, to counter this disreputable campaign of vilification.

POST: Ref. Hillary Benn's rousing speech.

Yes it was an impressive speech. If only he had applied his powers of oratory to plead for a cessation of violence not more of it. He could have made a good leader and statesman if he hadn't been marching in the wrong direction. The fact that the Tories and press would like him to be leader of the Labour Party tells us all we need to know.


POST: Parliamentary debate on Syria.

The decision by Parliament last night was largely based on emotive descriptions of evil ISIS. It may be evil but no one was brave enough to ask the fundamental question of who created it, because if they did the fingers would point directly back to us and our friends and allies in the world. Nor would anyone point out the complicity of Israel in the whole mess or that we are essentially following their agenda. Nor would anyone broach the thorny issue of deception at the heart of government, prepared even to create terrorist events to get its foreign and domestic way. 

This is a pill to hard to face or admit by any politician but there are undeniable indicators the Paris was indeed such, as were the London tube bombings and the events of 9/11, that set the whole disastrous ball rolling. As a nation it seems we cannot face up to the truth - it is far too painful to be admitted - and therefore keep repeating the same mistakes and the evils we blame others of, who we claim, rather unconvincingly, to be fighting. This is indeed a re-run of 'Alice Through the Looking Glass' crossed with 'Sliding Doors'.

POST: Parliamentary debate on Syria

The decision by Parliament last night was largely based on emotive descriptions of evil ISIS. It may be evil but no one was brave enough to ask the fundamental question of who created it, because if they did the fingers would point directly back to us and our friends and allies in the world. Nor would anyone point out the complicity of Israel in the whole mess or that we are essentially following their agenda. Nor would anyone broach the thorny issue of deception at the heart of government, prepared even to create terrorist events to get its foreign and domestic way. This is a pill too hard to face or admit by any politician but there are undeniable indicators the Paris was indeed such, as were the London tube bombings and the events of 9/11, that set the whole disastrous ball rolling. As a nation it seems we cannot face up to the truth - it is far too painful to be admitted - and therefore keep repeating the same mistakes and the evils we blame others of, who we claim, rather unconvincingly, to be fighting. This is indeed a re-run of 'Alice Through the Looking Glass' crossed with 'Sliding Doors'.


POST: Cameron is a PR man. He knows slurs can be effective. War-mongers have always used 'cowardice' as a fall-back tool to keep the masses in line and of course the Army happily shot those who had understandable nervous break downs in the First World War to toughen the sinews of the rest. My suggestion is that David Cameron should be on the ground in Syria as, if he survived, I think it might have a dramatic effect on his imperialist, militaristic mindset. What we have learned from past events is that the terrorists are often either not the groups we are told they are or are controlled by the very opposite of what we are asked to believe. How can this whole debate take place without a mention of our close allies Israel actively supporting Al Nusra Front, or hardly any mention of Turkey and Saudi Arabia actively supporting ISIS? This government proposal is clearly intended to get the inconvenient obstacle of invading another sovereign country out of the way on the back of a pretext we are fighting a barbaric group. If that were true the motion would be to invade Saudi Arabia.


POST: and now we learn it's not 70 000 but 15 000 so called 'moderates'. Same old slurs, lies and misinformation.


POST: The arrogance of Cameron and Britain is breath taking. That WE with a few planes are going to solve all the problems of Syria and the Middle East????? What planet does he live on? What mirage does he want us to see? That Turkey is FIGHTING ISIS? That Saudi Arabia is FIGHTING ISIS? He must be JOKING! Cameron: "We cant work with Al Nusra". But that is the group that has been working for Israel!

POST: Paris has been given as a principal reason for us to engage in undeclared war against Syria. But wait! WHAT IF (as seems increasingly likely) Paris was false flag, designed for that very purpose?

POST: Commons debate now: Cameron we cant work with Al Nusra. But that is the group that has been working for Israel!

POST: Commons Debate: Cameron says he will attack oil supplies of ISIS. Is he prepared for Turkey shooting down our planes?


POST: Regarding Sky News Report.

How SEXY is all this war stuff? "Million pounds a pop" eh? Is that 'pop' as in music, or pop as in fizzy drink, or pop as in 'popular'? Or 'pop' as in the sound people make as they are blown to bits?

POST: In answer to your question, because it is foolish and dangerous to see our position in isolation. The bombing of Syria is presented as a singular act to counter a specific enemy. In fact this is a subterfuge merely to obtain the desirable support in country and commons, so that in future as Blair did, they can blame us for their decisions. 

What we see is an international CONSPIRACY to create the excuse for war and then to execute it. Anyone getting in the way is to be mocked, vilified, ostracised, removed, even neutralised if need be, so that government can do its worst. 

This is a Western Alliance (NATO)/Israel/Saudi thing worked out in advance and could be heading for full out confrontation with Russia/China/Iran. Those are the stakes that Cameron just happened to overlook or inform the British people about.

POST: Increasingly, speaking freely is becoming illegal or even stopped without any legal reason. It's already in place in France and Mr Cameron wants the same here.

POST: Public support for Corbyn.

Opposition is nothing if not organised. It is what Government fears above everything, from Watt Tyler through the Monmouth Rebellion through Chartists to name but a few. 

My feeling is that a gulf has opened up between government and the people that all the dark arts of the media will not obscure or heal. Because Corbyn accurately reflects it, he is abused, mocked and isolated, even by ambitious people on his own side. 

It was notable that much of the applause for Benn's rousing speech came from the opposition benches, which tells you where he stands. It was not only a speech in favour of war, it damned his leader with faint praise. Clearly it was also a bid for the leadership itself. 

So returning to the point, Corbyn is feared because he gives direction and organisation to the groundswell of opinion, deeply set against hugely expensive war-mongering, whilst claiming we have no money for basic humane and civilized services. Of creating terror to oppose it. Of applying the agenda of foreign entities to determine our own. Of threatening with prosecution those that attempt to uncover the truth, or tarring as terrorists those that argue against undeclared war in foreign territory. 

Eventually if the captain of a ship refuses to acknowledge the wishes of his crew, there will be mutiny, and even the docile British are fast coming to the opinion a mutiny may be the only course to make Government change course.

POST: 'Threats to Labour MP's who voted for war.' See: http://www.independent.co.uk/news/uk/politics/labour-mps-who-backed-syria-air-strikes-hit-back-after-jeremy-corbyn-supporters-threaten-deselection-a6758656.html

The latest campaign, which predictably is being given huge coverage by the media, may have elements of truth in it. Equally it may be totally fraudulent dirty tricks, in order to blacken Corbyn's reputation without justification. All desperate attempts to to do so, so far, have backfired and failed miserably. Hopefully this will prove similarly unsuccessful. In any event someone in the party needs to get to grip with the issue to discover and publicise, if the biased press will listen, the source and motivation of the stories, to counter this disreputable campaign of vilification.

POST: It is in the interests of war mongers to undermine Corbyn because he is the only credible political opposition to their deadly scheming. They do not care about the truth. If they can't find it, they will invent it. Oldham, the past seat of Winston Churchill, has been an epic disaster for them, so they have to make up ludicrous stories about Corbyn 'terrorising' his own party. None of this can beat Cameron's true belief that those against endless bombing, are 'terrorist sympathisers'. That is as patently untrue as it is libelous.

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