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Assalamalaikum Everybody...

This is a letter from 'Majd Ghada' and not me....
"I want to deliver the truth about what is happening in my country Syria as you or as they want you to know there were many protests in my country during the last 3 weeks but what you don't know that those protests were fabricated by zionian plan to convince the world that Syrian people are not pleased with their president,{ I need your help} our president is against zion and its project and 99.9 of our society know about their project but sadly the media the arab ones and the global ones were paid to convince the world the Syria is insecure and the people are suppressed what I need you to do is to deliver the right image that is Syria is under a huge conspiracy" :(

We will insha'Allah pray for all of u...
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Unread post Syrian protesters beat and brusied up !!!
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this is a video of what happned to some syrian protesters that were caught by the goverment.
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revenge? :roll: i think u mean avenge? :lol:

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I'm totally against this torture, but at some point people should really start seeing the bigger picture here. What's happening in Syria isn't a mere revolution for human rights. Personally, I regarded it as a very critical page in the Zionist agenda. I believe that these acts that the Syrians are engaging in should stop. I'm not with this torture but when you actually think about it, come on, we need to find a way to stop what the revolutionists doing, for this is neither beneficial for the Syrian community nor for the anti-Zionists around the world.
My message here is that EVERYONE PLEASE SEE THE BIGGER PICTURE. If these "revolutionary" acts in Syria persist, no one knows the results, and most probably they won't be pleasing. Syrian civilians participating in revolutions should really start letting go of this dream that they are pursuing because it's far away from reality. What they're doing won't open their arms to freedom, on the contrast it will help Zionists take over the Middle East.


I haven't gone through any media channel yet that expresses the whole total truth of what's going on around the world. If anyone knows about any please inform me.

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Unread post Syrian Conflict Escalates
Bangkok, Thailand April 23, 2011 – It is no secret that Syria has been marked for regime change for at least two decades. In a 2007 speech given by General Wesley Clark regarding what he called a US “policy coup,” he relayed a 1991 conversation between himself and then Under Secretary of Defense Paul Wolfowitz. Wolfowitz indicated that America had 5-10 years to clean up old Soviet “client regimes,” namely Syria, Iran, and Iraq, before the next super power rose up to challenge western hegemony.

Following the September 11, 2001 attacks, Clark was again passed plans drawn to implement regime change throughout the Middle East, specifically to attack and destroy the governments of 7 countries; Iraq, Syria, Sudan, Somalia, Iran, Lebanon and Libya. In 2002, then US Under Secretary of State John Bolton, would add Syria to the growing “Axis of Evil.”

In a recent CNN article, acting State Department spokesman Mark Toner stated, “We’re not working to undermine that [Syrian] government. What we are trying to do in Syria, through our civil society support, is to build the kind of democratic institutions, frankly, that we’re trying to do in countries around the globe. What’s different, I think, in this situation is that the Syrian government perceives this kind of assistance as a threat to its control over the Syrian people.”

Toner’s remarks come after the Washington Post released cables indicating the US has been funding Syrian opposition groups since at least 2005 under the Bush administration and was continued under Obama. To suggest America is promoting any conceivable form of democracy in Syria, when it itself is ruled by a monopolistic corporate oligarchy within which special interest driven agendas transcend presidential administrations is tenuous if not scandalous. It is quite clear that Wolfowitz’ agenda back in 1991 had long ago leaped from the drawing board and into practice, undermining the Syrian government through sanctions and seditious, foreign funded “civil society” networks.

What has ensued in Syria during the also admittedly US-funded “Arab Spring” is a puppet show of sorts, where Obama feigns surprise and confusion over what to do about Syria’s unrest. As the violence escalates, the propagandists predictably argue that Obama is doing “nothing” as Syrians yearn for “true democracy and freedom.” Undeniably, however, the US has fueled the unrest from the very beginning and most certainly is far from doing “nothing.”

In a recent AFP report, Michael Posner, the assistant US Secretary of State for Human Rights and Labor, stated that the “US government has budgeted $50 million in the last two years to develop new technologies to help activists protect themselves from arrest and prosecution by authoritarian governments.” The report went on to explain that the US “organized training sessions for 5,000 activists in different parts of the world. A session held in the Middle East about six weeks ago gathered activists from Tunisia, Egypt, Syria and Lebanon who returned to their countries with the aim of training their colleagues there.” Posner would add, “They went back and there’s a ripple effect.”

The ripple effect of course are the uprisings themselves, facilitated by yet more aid, equipment, and the complicity of the corporate owned media, disingenuously portraying the events as “spontaneous,” “genuine,” and “indigenous.” Protesters running amok in city streets from Cairo, Egypt to Daraa, Syria carrying out arson and mayhem are described as “peaceful protesters” and any attempt by regimes to restore order is deemed an “acts of repression.”

With the preplanned operation to effect regime change in Syria already well underway, propagandists and co-conspirators like Council on Foreign Relations (CFR) member Elliot Abrams disingenuously berates Obama for standing idly by. In a recent article published on the CFR’s website, Abrams argues that “the Obama Administration should be in no “bind” or “quandary” about Syria,” citing “200 peaceful protesters now dead in the streets of Syria’s cities.”

Abrams also brings up Iran, and that collapsing Syria’s Assad regime would be a step toward isolating and collapsing Iran as well. Also of interest, Abrams reconfirms reports that Libya indeed was amongst one of many nations that supplied fighters to Iraq, funneled through Syria he emphasizes, in an oafish attempt to bolster his argument for removing Assad from power. These fighters were drawn from eastern Libya, where many of them now are part of the US-backed rebellion against Qaddafi.

Abrams’ propaganda and similar pieces are meant to create a strategy of tension to herd the people into their political camps, create the illusion of debate, and justify an already foregone conclusion – regime change in Syria. Abrams concludes his piece by stating that the US “should side clearly with the people of Syria, who want an end to the Asad nightmare.” Quite obviously, the US already has. Just as one sitting through a bad play they already know the ending of, we too are made to endure a poorly performed act put on by puppet politicians as the corporate-financiers coax us through another leg of their agenda.

We must then look past the puppet show and instead focus on the corporate-financier puppet masters hovering above the stage. We must see them as the problem, and understand that replacing them is the solution.

http://theuglytruth.wordpress.com/2011/ ... escalates/


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Unread post Bashar army shooting at man and his wife then let no one go
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Unread post Syria: an uncanny revolution
On the day I arrived in Damascus, I was flooded by stories you won’t find in any of the newspapers. Mostly, they related to incidents of violent crime.

In one, a young man approached a car with four officers in it. Standing in front of the vehicle and talking by cell phone, the drivers could not move their car. And then, seemingly out of nowhere, four young men on motorbikes appeared, shot the officers point-blank and sped away.

Shortly before that, on another road, unknown assailants forced an officer to stop his car as they callously killed him and the three children he was traveling with. Horrifically, their bodies were hacked to pieces with sabers.

A high-ranking government supporter recounted these shocking stories to me. He’s convinced that there is no people’s revolt, but rather a series of criminal assaults and the clandestine activities of foreign spies who want to destabilize the country in typical divide and conquer fashion.

People in the street eagerly joined in on the conversation. But it’s impossible to reach your friends by phone. Many do everything they can to avoid journalists-behavior which is highly uncharacteristic of the Syrian people.
Syrian TV lists the names of those soldiers and officers who have been killed, offices which were burned out by the rebels, the heartbreaking scenes of funerals and the grieving relatives of the dead. Conversely, Foreign TV channels broadcast short, grainy videos where it’s difficult to make anything out, though one does get an ominous sense of disaster: the picture flickers as the presenter’s voice announces that a peaceful march was dispersed.He then goes on to list the number of casualties.

And yet against this supposedly inauspicious backdrop, one can walk alone in Damascus at any time, day or night. There is no overt military or police presence on the streets. Not long ago, Syria was one of the safest countries in the world. No checkpoints on the roads, patrols, road-side inspections or other signs of a militarized society. Even now, Syria does not look much like the “bloody dictatorship” described by the foreign media.

Neither the people nor the government knows what is going on in different cities around the country.
The only thing that’s clear is that riots have happened on Fridays throughout mosques in urban population centers around the country; someone attacks the troops; innocent people die. Political demands seem to be immaterial in this so-called revolution. There are rumors that somebody wants to divide the country into 25 emirates.It is also said that Russian and Iranian flags are burned in some regions for their support of Syria while the Israel flag is flown in protest against Assad’s policies.

Such reports are, to say the least, highly dubious. Some are dissatisfied that there are too many Alawites in the government; others blame the Sunnis who are allegedly infected by the propaganda of “pure Islam.” A number of sheiks addressed the media and the authorities, demanding that they stop disparaging the various branches of Islam in attempts to scapegoat them for the civil unrest. Whatever is happening, it doesn’t appear to be connected with religion.

One member of the Ba’ath central committee political bureau, Yasser Hourirh, described the disturbances as follows:

“There is a group of activists; they number no more than 100-150 people. They move around the country, come into different mosques on Fridays and if there are enough people, they cry out from the exits of the mosques , ‘There is no God but Allah!’ But we all state that. Meanwhile, one of them records it on camera, and in the end you get a picture of many protesters at a mosque – the media story is ready.

“People say they were paid for coming to these types of rallies: $100 for half an hour on the square. Such people are released within a couple of days. But those setting houses on fire will stand trial. None of those detained put forward any political demands or social programs. Aren’t they strange revolutionaries?”

“There is another tactic. During a rally, the front rows step aside when a signal is given, as armed militants appear from behind. They shoot at soldiers who are forbidden to use guns. Ten policemen were recently killed in just this way, as two others who had been wounded later died after their throats were cut. Is that really the democratic way?”

“The third tactic is that armed militants in the crowd or concealed positions start shooting at the crowds leaving mosque. The media says that the government kills peaceful people. Our police and army did not have weapons at first. But when they began to be targeted, they were allowed to carry weapons for self-defense only. But the West continues to say that the army is killing unarmed protesters. Why don’t they mention the number of officers killed?”

Professor Hourirh is from Homs and often visits the city, which is constantly in the news. And he is surprised to hear that the instigators come from certain Salafi groups. After the first rallies, representatives of the protesters met with Assad and informed him of their demands. They were reasonable requests related to schools, roads and hospitals. The authorities suggested a plan to resolve the situation. But the rallies went on despite the fact that an agreement had been reached. The protesters do not state political demands, unless one considers the motto “Bashar, leave!” as such.

“Why did they set fire to the house of the mayor, the court building, the anti-drug trafficking committee and the TV channel’s office?” Hourirh demanded. “What’s the idea behind these actions? Why is it called a peaceful demonstration if they carry guns? The videos from Al Jazeera, Al Arabiya and BBC were not shot in Syria – they are fakes. They want a repeat of the Libyan scenario. But Syria has a three-million-strong diaspora which will not let them do such a thing to their country. These people have strong worldwide connections with their relatives, and you can’t con them with those fakeries.”

He’s sure that Syria’s problem is not internally generated, but rather the side-effect of its critical stance toward Israel.

“If Syria would keep silent and not demand the return of the Golan Heights, if it didn’t protect the rights of the Palestinians, if it were Iran’s enemy, the West would have called it a democratic country,” he said. “But Syria represents a real locus of opposition for Israel, and the US does not want it. We’ve settled all border disputes with Turkey without any interference on behalf of the West. The US takes care of Israel but not any of the Arab countries. Obama says that the US is a guarantee for Israel. But why is he not giving any guarantees to Palestinians? Why does the US media keep silent when Israel kills Palestinians?”
A persistent call for reforms, according to Hourirh, was heard by Assad and did not bring anyone the expected results.

“The government was looking at Europe with credulous eyes, and we paid doubly for that,” he declared. “The West did not do any good for the country, and people blame us for having trusted them. Damascus is the most ancient city in the world, it can afford to be open, but the West does not want to let the East be open – that’s the paradox. Turkey has followed that path to the end and learned the bitter lesson. For ten years, many new hotels have been built, crowds of foreigners came to Syria, but the West insists that there are no changes in the country. So far, the change we see is that democratization of the economy only makes the poor poorer.”

rt.com/news/syria-country-people-west


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Thanks for sharing this,

'Wag the Dog' & then for good measure; send in the dogs .....err JACKALS to be precise.
They killed children?! :x

We already know what is to come out after this from the deep bowels of Damascus - a much worse tyrant.
This one will even kill an unborn child.....!


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asralfarhi wrote:
Thanks for sharing this,

'Wag the Dog' & then for good measure; send in the dogs .....err JACKALS to be precise.
They killed children?! :x

We already know what is to come out after this from the deep bowels of Damascus - a much worse tyrant.
This one will even kill an unborn child.....!



Mr. sufyani ;)

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Unread post Syrian electronic army hacks erhabi sheikh's website
The video is in arabic, so if you dont understand arabic skip :(



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Unread post Re: Syrian electronic army hacks erhabi sheikh's website
This Video embodies

The wrong wanted behind the Right (truth)
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we will not get our peace and dignity back until we bring this whole corrupted system down over their heads

and we gonna not doing that by manifestation and get kicked by the police mens(they Think themselves heroes)

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Unread post Assad is Sufyani?
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Firstly I want to say I dont believe in the coming of a Sufyani because the scholars say the narations are weak. However I came across this post from another forum that interested me:

Guess what I found?

Remember the hadith of the Sufyani who will rule Syria and spread mischief before the Mahdi?

Abu Hurayrah has narrated that the Prophet said:
A man will emerge from the depths of Damascus. He will be called Sufyani. Most of those who follow him will be from the tribe of Kalb. He will kill by ripping the stomachs of women and even kill the children. A man from my family will appear in the Haram, the news of his advent will reach the Sufyani and he will send to him one of his armies. He (referring to the Mahdi) will defeat them. They will then travel with whoever remains until they come to a desert and they will be swallowed. None will be saved except the one who had informed the others about them. (Mustadrak Al-Hakim).

Guess which tribe Bashar Al-Assad is from? The tribe of Kalbiyya which is the tribe of most Nusayris in Syria.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Al-Assad_family

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The extended family of Hafez al-Assad, President of Syria from 1971 to 2000, are members of the minority Alawite sect in Syria and belong to the Kalbiyya tribe.


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I would say more likely Lt. Col. Maher al-Assad (Bashar's brother) who is the brutal one.

Wiki: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Al-Assad_family

Lt. Col. Maher al-Assad (born 1967), is the commander of the Republican Guard, which are also known as the Presidential Guard, and the army's elite Fourth Armored Division, which together with Syria's secret police form the core of the country's security forces.[10] He is also a member of the Baath Party central command and is said to have an aggressive and uncontrollable personality.

Wiki: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Maher_al-Assad

In June 2000, Maher was elected to the ruling Baath Party's central committee and subsequently was influential in persuading his brother Bashar during the first few months of his rule to put an end to the political openness of the short lived Damascus Spring.



Looks like Bashar the 'reformer' has been cowed down by the 'aggressive' Maher and the 'Old guard'.

Like PM Erdogan said, Maher Assad is bent on brutality and the Syrian intelligence is heading for a massacre.

http://www.euronews.net/2011/06/10/turkish-pm-attacks-syrian-forces-over-massacre/



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flashback!
more then one year ago!

http://www.haaretz.com/print-edition/ne ... e-1.262822

"Assad should know that if he attacks, he will not only lose the war. Neither he nor his family will remain in power," Israeli Foreign Minister Avigdor Lieberman

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oh btw
that statement was edited since then
i remember reading it correctly and had a thread on it here on this forum, that has [opps again] disappeared!....it was more like

'....in the next war the assads would be out of power'

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On Bashar al Assad I think he seems a friendly faced, softly spoken person who would be open to reforming (even if it is little). He doesnt appear to be the brutal type but you never know. When the family's grip on power is at stake then how far will he go to maintain power? Remember when he came to power and was sort of 'giggling' during speeches? The 'Old guard' weren't comfortable with this as they wanted him to come across as serious and tougher. Thats my take on it.

It seems that in the presidential palace there seems to be a tug of war between Bashar, his brother Maher and the old guard. It looks like Maher al Assad and the hardliners have won the day and have decided to crack down on the protestors. They will be as brutal as it takes. The regimes existence is at stake. Bashar is gonna sit down and stay quiet. He has no choice.

There was an article* I read this week giving the account of one of Hosni Mubarak's aides. He described the ongoings in the presidential palace in Mubaraks final days in power. He described how the younger son of Mubarak was mindful of his prayers. He described how there was a huge argument between the two son's of Mubarak about how to deal with the situation in the country. They nearly came to blows and senior people in the palace had to intervine to ask them to calm down.

It is speculation on my part about Bashar and the ongoings behind the scenes. Whatever the reality, Bashar Assad is still the President and the buck stops with him. He will be accountable for the actions of the regime.

* The article I came across on another forum was from the Kavkaz centre which may not be reliable site. I saw the same article on 'icnn' (CNN) but the article was hard to read as it seemed like a poor translation into english from another language.

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flashback!
more then one year ago!

http://www.haaretz.com/print-edition/ne ... e-1.262822

"Assad should know that if he attacks, he will not only lose the war. Neither he nor his family will remain in power," Israeli Foreign Minister Avigdor Lieberman

thread override!
peace

oh btw
that statement was edited since then
i remember reading it correctly and had a thread on it here on this forum, that has [opps again] disappeared!....it was more like

'....in the next war the assads would be out of power'


Salam

This threat from Isreal has to be understood in context. The Syrian regime (Assad family) is primarily interested in maintaining its grip on power. Its regional stance also is aimed at positioning itself in the way that will best serve its aim of preserving its power. Isreal knows this too. Isreal know Assad regime has no intention of going to war as this would possibly harm the Assad regimes grip on power. Isreal is just making sure by reminding the Assad regime of this possibility.

I read an article a couple of days ago by Robert Fisk from the 7th of May which mentions this issue.

Robert Fisk: Truth and reconciliation? It won't happen in Syria

http://www.independent.co.uk/opinion/commentators/fisk/robert-fisk-truth-and-reconciliation-it-wont-happen-in-syria-2280377.html

Here is one paragraph from the article:

According to historian Farouk Mardam-Bey, for example, Syria is "a tribal regime, which by being a kind of mafia clan and by exercising the cult of personality, can be compared to the Libyan regime", which can never reform itself because reform will bring about the collapse of the Baath party which will always ferociously defend itself. "It has placed itself – politically and juridically – upon a war footing," Mardam-Bey says of its struggle with Israel, "without the slightest intention of actually going to war."

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Quote:
so now the assads which israel is grinding it's teeth about and salivating at the thought overthrowing are the sufyanis....



This quote was from the 'King of Jordan' thread and It is better to reply here as we dont want to derail another thread.

Israel is reminding the Assad regime of what if fears most (loss of power). This reminder will keep Syria in its place. Secrtely Isreal is happy with the Assads in power. A minority, paranoid of losing power, who will not unnecessarily endanger their hold on power. This minority Alawite regime is relying on oppression and brutality to stay in power.

However, that is not to say that if the regime's collapse is imminent they will not try an act of desperation, a final trick to maintain their rule by starting a confrontation with Isreal.

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US Warships Moved To Syrian Coast


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Even as the Obama administration prepares to launch a full ground war in Libya while expanding its drone attacks inside Yemen and Pakistan, US warships are being moved towards the Mediterrenean coast of Syria, precisely in line with forecasts that the Bilderberg Group intended to launch a massive new war in the Middle East, with Syria being its prime target.

In addition to information received by Infowars from military sources at Ft. Hood who tell us that troops are being readied for a full-scale U.S.-led ground invasion of Libya by October, the Obama administration is simultaneously considering opening up yet another front, by moving the USS Bataan amphibian air carrier strike vessel, along with 2,000 marines, 6 war planes, and 15 attack helicopters to a location just off the Syrian coast.
“This huge concentration of naval missile interceptor units looks like preparations by Washington for the contingency of Iran, Syria and Hizballah letting loose with surface missiles against US and Israeli targets in the event of US military intervention to stop the anti-opposition slaughter underway in Syria,” reports DebkaFile.
Another indication that the US is planning an intervention in Syria is the fact that Hizballah has moved its rockets from northern Lebanon to areas in the center of the country, acting on a warning from Iranian intelligence to move the weaponry “out of range of a possible American operation in Syria”.
Veteran reporter Jim Tucker’s warning, provided to him by his routinely accurate inside sources, that the powerful Bilderberg Group was planning a gargantuan new war in the Middle East to outstrip anything taking place in Libya, is now moving forward.
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On Monday, journalist Adrian Salbuchi also told Russia Today that Bilderberg’s “hidden agenda” towards Syria would make itself visible after the conclusion of the elitist confab in St. Moritz, Switzerland, a forecast already coming to fruition.
Syrian rights organizations say that around 1,300 civilians have been killed since the start of the uprising in March against President Bashar Assad. Around 300 soldiers and police have also been killed. Thousands of Syrians fled the town of Maarat al-Numaan yesterday as government troops and tanks moved north.
The US military-industrial complex has been very choosy about who it targets for regime change under the umbrella of “humanitarian intervention”. Despite the fact that protesters in Bahrain and Saudi Arabia have been the victims of similarly brutal government crackdowns, the US has turned a blind eye.
Quite how the Obama administration believes the United States can afford to prosecute yet another war while it is still engaged in two major occupations and a number of other regional conflicts, and as top ratings agencies warn the country is about to lose its triple A credit status due to insurmountable debt problems, is a mystery.
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Paul Joseph Watson is the editor and writer for Prison Planet.com. He is the author of Order Out Of Chaos. Watson is also a regular fill-in host for The Alex Jones Show.


Invasion set for October,forces headed there in July

Aaron Dykes
Infowars.com
June 16, 2011

Infowars.com has received alarming reports from within the ranks of military stationed at Ft. Hood, Texas confirming plans to initiate a full-scale U.S.-led ground invasion in Libya and deploy troops by October.
The source stated that additional Special Forces are headed to Libya in July, with the 1st Calvary Division (heavy armor) and III Corps deploying in late October and early November.
Initial numbers are estimated at 12,000 active forces and another 15,000 in support, totaling nearly 30,000 troops.
This information was confirmed by numerous calls and e-mails from other military personnel, some indicating large troop deployment as early as September. Among these supporting sources is a British S.A.S. officer confirming that U.S. Army Rangers are already in Libya. The chatter differs in the details, but the overall convergence is clear– that a full-on war is emerging this fall as Gaddafi continues to evade attempts to remove him from power.

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A caller identified as “Specialist H” working for mortuary affairs under USCENTCOM revealed that there have already been American casualties inside Libya. He confirmed that at least 2 soldiers and 3 civilians have died from combat bullet wounds, something the media has yet to report, and needs to investigate and address.
Geo-political expert Dr. Webster Tarpley also told the Alex Jones Show today that wider war is being planned for Libya, while the count of simultaneous U.S. wars has reached five conflicts– including Iraq, Afghanistan, Pakistan, Libya and Yemen. The potential for an even greater spread of regional conflict could well provoke a World War III scenario, drawing in tenuous nations like Syria, Lebanon, Iran or even Saudi Arabia, according to Tarpley.
For his part, President Obama has brushed off demands to answer to Congress for continuing military action beyond the 60 day limit set under the war powers act. The engagement he first claimed would be over in mere days, Obama then dubbed a “kinetic action” rather than a war. Further, Obama has justified his commitment of American forces under a United Nations mandate, unconcerned by his own admission with the will of Congress. Now, with significant overlap in reports, we can confirm an apparent decision by Obama to support wider war and a longer-term involvement in Libya.



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