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Syria Invasion imminent?-News Analysis

In Syria the armed opposition says that it no longer recognizes Kofi Anan’s seize fire plan. But it still is not clear who is responsible for violating it.

Is Syria headed to civil war? And will there be a foreign military intervention? In another development a British newspaper has revealed that British Special Forces and the MI6 agents have set up camps on Syrian soil. But what is the real reason for presence on another countries soil?

Why are there so many unanswered questions when it comes to the Syrian crisis?
In this edition of News Analysis we will discuss the situation.

9 Responses to Syria Invasion imminent?-News Analysis

  1. who_me June 6, 2012 at 12:42 am #

    the ziofascists and their lackeys are setting the stage for the next level of their aggression towards the syrian people. committing a massacre in houla, blaming the syrian government and now the mercs saying they are no longer observing the cease fire (as if israel’s death squad proxies ever pay attention to such things) means the zionazis are intending to bring in much heavier guns and expand their war upon the syrian people.

    the question still not answered is whether the rest of the world will let these freaks do it.

    the ziofascists, and their fascist junior partners, running the west are in a situation similar to both the nazis and the japanese in the late 1930s. losing in other spheres of domination, they go to relying on military conquest and scorched earth policies towards regions they cant control – to deny their rivals these. the ziofascists have reached the point where they either have to back down (from their plans of dominating the planet) or go full out. the latter means greatly increased warfare and sowing choas every where they can to disrupt and break down their rivals.

    several years ago i wrote that the zpc and its fellow fascist travellers were up against the wall and that one should expect them to massively seed chaos in any region remotely useful to their rivals. and at the same time, go all out to consolidate what they already control. last year, the ziofascists opened the floodgates of this strategy. they are trying to knock out as many rival assets as they can, as fast as they can now.

  2. who_me June 6, 2012 at 5:39 am #

    War Drums for Syria? By Ron Paul

    with this sort of heresey and blasphemy, one can see why zionist jews hate paul so much.

  3. who_me June 8, 2012 at 4:43 am #

    “In Zabadani, my colleagues and I were captured by bandits. They showed us a rusty tank and said the tank fired at the town. But the two ruined houses were in the middle of the district. I do not think that the tank could shoot from the air or from behind the corner. They gathered a dozen people and organized a demonstration especially for us. At this moment I looked at the people’s faces. I saw only fear and hatred on the faces. They were afraid of the bandits and hated them.”

    this is the death squads the usa and israel train and let loose on people in latin america.

  4. who_me June 8, 2012 at 5:09 am #

    “America wants Assad replaced with a pro-Western puppet. Israel wants a regional rival removed. DF is a complicit attack dog. With or without it, war looks likely.”

    df is the mossad front debkafile, lendman was discussing a propaganda piece of theirs at the end of this article of his.

  5. who_me June 9, 2012 at 10:51 pm #–syria-british-journalist-says-rebels-set-him-up-to-die-in-no-man-s-land

    “I’m quite clear the rebels deliberately set us up to be shot by the Syrian army,” he wrote in the post, explaining that their deaths at the hands of President Bashar Assad’s forces would have drawn sympathy to the rebel cause. “Dead journos are bad for Damascus,” he said.”

  6. who_me June 9, 2012 at 11:18 pm #

    more info:

    “I’m quite clear the rebels deliberately set us up to be shot by the Syrian Army. Dead journos are bad for Damascus.

    That conviction only strengthened half an hour later when our four friends in the same beaten-up black car suddenly pulled out of a side-street, blocking us from the UN vehicles ahead.

    The UN duly drove back past us, witnessed us surrounded by shouting militia, and left town.

    Eventually we got out too and on the right route, back to Damascus.

    Please, do not for one me moment believe that my experience with the rebels in al Qusair was a one-off.

    This morning I received the following tweet:

    “@alextomo I read your piece “set up to be shot in no mans land”, I can relate as I had that same experience in Al Zabadani during our tour.”

    That was from Nawaf al Thani, who is a human rights lawyer and a member of the Arab League Observer mission to Syria earlier this year.

    It has to make you wonder who else has had this experience when attempting to find out what is going on in rebel-held Syria.”

    see also:

    “Alex Thomson concluded his account by saying, “in a war where they slit the throats of toddlers back to the spine, what’s the big deal in sending a van full of journalists into the killing zone? It was nothing personal.”

  7. who_me June 12, 2012 at 4:24 am #

    is israel getting ready to up their terror ops in syria?

  8. who_me June 12, 2012 at 4:34 am #

    “Humanitarian War Criminals” in High Office: Was the Houla Massacre Ordered by the Western Military Alliance?

  9. who_me June 13, 2012 at 3:59 am #

    “….(R)ecent reports indicated that the armed groups fighting against the Syrian government have found access to and plan to use chemical weapons, acquired from Libya.”

    “According to a June 10 report by Russia Today, the armed rebels plan to use the chemical weapons against civilians and then attempt to blame Damascus for the atrocity.”

    Another same day Press TV report explained that Israeli planes are “smuggling weapons into Iraq’s Kurdistan region….” They’re transshipped to Syria with Qatari help.”