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Ten Undeniable Reasons You Are Now A Holocaust Denier


1. Society prohibits you from questioning details of the Shoah therefore your determination grows to examine it.

2. Disobeying such a creed results in charges of anti-Semitism even though you do not have a racist bone in your body. Then there are criminal charges of “hate speech” in most European nations and Canada. What are they protecting — lies?

3. You acknowledge that Jews throughout history were expelled from their host countries but we are never permitted to ask why. What is it about them that generates so much antipathy?

4. You learned that no evidence exists for there having been a policy of Jewish genocide and the real meaning of the final solution was to export them out of Europe.

5. You are cognizant that Zionist Jews have a monopoly on the mass media and control near all information we are exposed to.

6. You view their constant bombardment of propaganda in contemporary media as revealing a Jewish (Zionist) character which is very dishonest and quite cunning.

7. You are disgusted with just how much they promote the holocaust while almost ignoring other groups who suffered in far greater numbers. Why is it so important to bring about a social awareness which primarily focuses on their torment?

8. You learned that many details about the holocaust were fabricated such as soapbars and lampshades having been made of human material and there are many other myths which have also been debunked by historians and science.

9. You are confused with just how many really perished at the camps because the official numbers have often changed from an unbelievable 27-million to 6-million to most recently a moderate fewer than 1-million.

10. You are troubled with the extent they are willing to go through to censor others who have opposing opinions backed by evidence; yet they are the first to affirm the most important right of freedom of speech.

Bonus. You now rightfully affirm that the holocaust is an extortion racket and there are selfish motives for rewriting history with the goal of leaning public sentiment their way such as for supporting the state of Israel and war reparations from Germany.

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By: Daniel Mabsout
The Israelis – when they withdrew – left their local agents behind them hoping that the Resistance will take revenge on them and starts liquidating them which will cause civil war to spread in the whole south , and Lebanese to kill each other, resuming what Israel has started during occupation .These agents – who had served Israel for years and harassed the freedom fighters and kidnapped the people and incarcerated them and tortured them- were left behind without one moment of regret and Israel was ready to sacrifice them and use them to fuel to a civil war. But the people of the south -who suffered- over the years- from the injustices and oppressions of these agents -never touched one hair of them and the Resistance made sure that they are not hurt and that they be delivered to justice to have them tried by the government .Thus the Resistance never makes itself an alternative to the state or a substitute to the army because because it does not want to rule nor to become a militia but it abides by the laws and works along with the people and the army together to protect the land .

LET ALL JOIN IN As usual Sayyed Hassan spoke jewels in the commemoration of the 12th anniversary of the liberation , describing the wonderful achievements of the Resistance who caused the enemy.

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Bayer CEO: We made medicine for people who can afford it, not Indians


India tries to produce affordable medications, faces pushback

Marijn Dekkers, Bayer’s Chief Executive Officer: “We did not develop this medicine for Indians…We developed it for western patients who can afford it.”

A growing conflict between Indian officials, intent on making lifesaving medicine accessible to those who need them, and pharmaceutical corporations, seeking always to maximize profit, is revealing the stark reality of health care under capitalism.  The truth is made clear in a comment made by Marijn Dekkers, Bayer’s Chief Executive Officer: “We did not develop this medicine for Indians…We developed it for western patients who can afford it.”

Dekkers was objecting to the Indian government’s establishment of a panel authorized to study which drugs should be manufactured and sold at considerably lower prices by Indian companies.  The policy, called Compulsory Licensing, is focusing on drugs used in the treatment of several diseases, including diabetes, cancer, HIV, leukemia, and arthritis.

Savings can bring the drugs within the reach of people who otherwise would not be able to afford them. In March, 2012, the first such authorization was given to Natco Pharma, Ltd. The company began producing copies of the anti-cancer drug Nexavar, making it available at a price 97 percent lower than Bayer, the original manufacturer.  In March, 2013, a court ruled against Bayer’s attempt to stop Natco’s manufacturing of the drug. Bayer is now appealing the ruling.

Roche, another pharmaceutical company, in 2012 took a different approach with its breast cancer medicine, Herceptin.  Acknowledging the political realities, and growing opposition to profit-driven pricing of drugs, it simply sold a version of the drug, packaged by an Indian company, at a lower price.

The lives of millions of Indians could be affected by changes in the drug pricing. The International Diabetes Federation estimates that 65 million Indians suffer from the disease, and the joint United Nations Program on HIV/AIDS estimates that 2.1 million people are living with AIDS.

The push to make drugs more affordable faces numerous roadblocks. The panel’s proposals need approval from Indian government agencies before they can be put into effect, and drug companies, with the support of U.S. politicians, are fighting back to preserve their profits.  The House Ways and Means Committee and the Senate Committee on Finance asked the U.S. International Trade Commission to investigate what it described as: “Indian policies that discriminate against U.S. trade and investment.”

The ongoing struggle perfectly illustrates the uses of science and medicine under capitalism, not as a means to improve health and save lives, but simply as a way to make ever greater profits.

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Suicides of Bank Executives, Fraud, Financial Manipulation: JPMorgan Chase Advisor Tony Blair is Not Involved

By Prof Michel Chossudovsky
Global Research

JPMorgan Chase is the unspoken architect of fraud, corruption, not to mention the establishment of the largest Ponzi scheme in World history.The agenda is to steal and appropriate wealth through market manipulation:

“Just last month, JPMorgan Chase acknowledged that it facilitated the largest Ponzi scheme in history, looking the other way as Bernie Madoff brazenly turned his business bank account at JPMorgan Chase into an unprecedented money laundering operation that would have set off bells, whistles and sirens at any other bank.

The U.S. Justice Department allowed JPMorgan to pay $1.7 billion and sign a deferred prosecution agreement, meaning no one goes to jail at JPMorgan — again. The largest question that no one can or will answer is how the compliance, legal and anti-money laundering personnel at JPMorgan ignored for years hundreds of transfers and billions of dollars in round trip maneuvers between Madoff and the account of Norman Levy. Even one such maneuver should set off an investigation. (Levy is now deceased and the Trustee for Madoff’s victims has settled with his estate.)” Pam Martens, Russ Martens, JPMorgan Vice President’s Death Shines Light on Bank’s Close Ties to the CIA,, February 12, 2014

To successfully implement its various financial operations, JP Morgan Chase not only controls politicians in high office, it also uses retired politicians to undertake advisory functions.

Upon his retirement from the position of Prime Minister, Tony Blair was appointed to a senior advisory position at JPMorgan Chase, His initial fee for this part-time consultancy was a modest retainer of £500,000 a year, ($750.000). It was subsequently increased to £2 million.

Tony Blair was slated to use his network of crony political relations in Britain and the Middle East to serve the interests of JPMorgan Chase. He worked closely with CEO and Chairman Jamie Dimon, who has recently been the object of controversy.

“We operate our business all over the world”, said Jamie Dimon:

“and Tony Blair will bring our leaders and clients a unique and invaluable global perspective that is especially critical in turbulent times like these. Our firm will benefit greatly from his knowledge and experience” (JPMorgan January 2008 Press Release).

It is worth noting that in 2003 after the invasion of Iraq, during Tony Blair’s mandate as Prime Minister JP Morgan Chase was designated to run the Trade Bank of Iraq.

Tony Blair is a war criminal who has links to a fraudulent banking network.

Mysterious Deaths of Four Senior Wall Street Bank Executives

In recent developments on January, a JP Morgan Chase Vice President in the U.K., Gabriel Magee, “was found dead on a 9th level rooftop of the bank’s 33-story European headquarters building in the Canary Wharf section of London.”

On February 10, Ryan Henry Crane, 37, another senior JPMorgan Chase executive died under mysterious circumstances, Crane was responsible for JPMorgan’s global program trading.

Crane’s death comes after “a rash of suicides” over a period of 6 days involving three prominent bankers including JPM’s Gabriel Magee, former Federal Reserve economist Mike Dueker and William Broeksmit, a former senior manager for Deutsche Bank, who was found “hanging in his home, also an apparent suicide”. Broeksmit was, according to reports, connected to the process of rigging of foreign exchange markets.


Appointment of Tony Blair: Text of January 2008 Press JP Morgan Chase Press Release

NEW YORK, January 10 [2008]/PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- JPMorgan Chase announced
 today that it has appointed former British Prime Minister Tony Blair in a
 senior advisory capacity to the firm, effective immediately. Mr. Blair will
 also join the company's International Council.

     Mr. Blair will advise JPMorgan Chase's CEO and senior management team
 on a part-time basis - drawing on his immense international experience to
 provide the firm with strategic advice and insight on global political
 issues and emerging trends.

     In addition, Mr. Blair will participate in select events and
 conferences for the company including senior-level client events and will
 provide briefings on political trends to the firm's Board of Directors.

     "We're honored that Tony Blair has chosen to join JPMorgan Chase as a
 senior advisor to our executive team and Board," said Jamie Dimon, Chairman
 and CEO. "We operate our business all over the world, and Tony Blair will
 bring our leaders and clients a unique and invaluable global perspective
 that is especially critical in turbulent times like these. Our firm will
 benefit greatly from his knowledge and experience."

     Mr. Blair added, "It is a great opportunity to be able to contribute to
 the work of JPMorgan Chase. They are a leading company at the cutting edge
 of the global economy, with a footprint in virtually every part of the
 world. I look forward to advising them on how they approach the huge
 political and economic changes that globalisation brings. I am excited at
 the prospect of joining Jamie Dimon, for whom I have a lot of respect, and
 the whole team, adding my own experience to their work and helping them to

     JPMorgan Chase & Co. (NYSE:   JPM) is a leading global financial services
 firm with assets of $1.5 trillion and operations in more than 50 countries.
 The firm is a leader in investment banking, financial services for
 consumers, small business and commercial banking, financial transaction
 processing, asset management, and private equity. A component of the Dow
 Jones Industrial Average, JPMorgan Chase serves millions of consumers in
 the United States and many of the world's most prominent corporate,
 institutional and government clients under its JPMorgan and Chase brands.
 JPMorgan Chase is committed to investing in education, economic
 opportunity, development and environmental programs that enable people and
 communities to thrive. Information about the firm is available at

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US Military Intervention in Africa: The East African Response Force, A Creation of the Pentagon

Global Research

Growing instability in East and Central Africa will be the focus of Washington’s intervention

Over the last two months developments in Central and East Africa has dominated the news coverage of the continent. The split within the ruling Sudan People’s Liberation Movement/Army (SPLA), a close ally of Washington, and the deployment of French and African troops in the Central African Republic, has brought the escalation of Pentagon troops in these states.

Recently the Department of Defense announced the formation of an East African Response Force. This new unit is part of the United States Africa Command (AFRICOM) which has been strengthened and enhanced under the administration of President Barack Obama.

A recent drone attack in southern Somalia is representative of the growing aggression of Washington in Africa. The government of Djibouti, a former French colony where the U.S. has a military base with over 4,000 soldiers at Camp Lemonnier, released a statement saying that such strikes are “vital” in the so-called war on terrorism.

The drone strike was launched from the Pentagon military installations in Djibouti. Prior to the creation of the East African Response Force Washington operated in the region under the framework of the Combined Joint Task Force Horn of Africa (CJTF-HOA).

U.S. Brigadier-General Wayne Grigsby, who is the commander of CJTF-HOA, says that his forces are in East Africa only to assist governments in their military campaigns to defeat the so-called terrorist threat posed by Al-Shabaab, a Somalia-based guerrilla organization which has fought the Washington-backed regime in Mogadishu for the last six years.

“Our mission here is to enable our East African partners to actually neutralize violent extremists throughout eastern Africa,” Grigsby said. Yet if this was the case then why would it be necessary to have such a formidable military force in the Horn of Africa region that conducts periodic bombings and commando raids in Somalia. (Shabelle Media Network, Feb. 7)

However, Brigadier-General Grigsby does say that “It also enables strategic access and freedom of movement. The purpose is to protect the United States and its interests abroad.”

Consequently, even the military leaders themselves must acknowledge that the underlying reasons for the build-up in Africa are clearly related to the economic and class interests of Washington and Wall Street. East and Central Africa is a vast repository of oil, natural gas and strategic minerals.

The U.S. Role in South Sudan and the Central African Republic

The East Africa Response Force has been utilized in the current conflict in the Republic of South Sudan. A contingent of the unit was deployed to the country to evacuate U.S. embassy personnel and to guard their economic interests.

One of the most significant factors in the present outcome of the conflict inside South Sudan has been the intervention of the Ugandan People’s Defense Force (UPDF) which sided with the government of President Salva Kiir. The Ugandan government is a very close ally of the U.S. and its military has benefited for years from Pentagon training programs and direct assistance in the purchase of weapons.

On January 23 with the signing of a cessation of hostilities agreement between the SPLM/A and the SPLM/A in Opposition, the faction represented by ousted Vice-President Riek Machar, this document called for the withdrawal of Ugandan troops from South Sudan. However, according to the dissident SPLM/A in Opposition, the UPDF is carrying out aerial bombings and ground operations in contested areas in Unity, Jonglei and Lakes states.

A helicopter gunner was reportedly shot down by the opposition forces in Lakes state on February 7. In an article published by the Sudan Tribune it states that “The military spokesperson for the rebels, Brig. Gen. Lul Ruai Koang, said on Friday (Feb. 7) that the gunner was shot dead and fell off the helicopter after serious damage was inflicted on one of the three helicopter gunships that carried out the bombings.”

This same article continued noting that “‘Our air defense artillery opened fire on the three warplanes seriously wounding one and killing the gunner,’ Koang said. The collected passport and ID of the dead gunner identified him as Jona Abuduku Alfred, a Ugandan national with military ID No. 21883, passport No. 11180 and a Lance Corporal in military rank. His hometown is Mbale in Uganda and joined the Ugandan Air Force in 1997, the documents obtained show.”

With respect to events in the Central African Republic (CAR), the U.S. has been assisting with the transport of French and African troops into the country where the recent forced resignation of interim President Michel Djotodia and the Seleka Coalition and his replacement by Catherine Samba-Panza has not stabilized the political and security situation. At present anti-Muslim mobs both within the CAR military and among Christian militias known as the Anti-Balaka, have engaged in attacks on Islamic communities where numerous people have been seriously injured and killed.

A spokesman for U.S. Secretary of Defense Chuck Hagel was quoted by a military publication as saying “Minister Le Drian requested … airlift support to enable African forces to deploy promptly to prevent the further spread of sectarian violence in the Central African Republic,” Pentagon Assistant Press Secretary Carl Woog announced Dec. 9.

“The United States is joining the international community in this effort because of our belief that immediate action is required to avert a humanitarian and human rights catastrophe in the Central African Republic, and because of our interest in peace and security in the region.” (Stars and Stripes, Jan. 22)

Yet the intervention of both France and the U.S. has only worsened the conditions for people in the CAR. With the dislocation of tens of thousands of Muslims who are fleeing out of the country to neighboring Chad, divisions are becoming more pronounced based upon religious differences and perceptions of political power.

The only solution being advocated as a next step in the process is the deployment of more troops from the European Union (EU). The United Nations Security Council has authorized the deployment of EU troops but there is no evidence to suggest that this will stabilize the situation.

Military Build-up Designed to Secure Influence and Resources

The growing French, U.S. and EU military involvement in Africa is designed to secure western imperialist dominance over the oil, diamonds, gold and uranium that exist in abundance in both the CAR and South Sudan. These western states are creating the conditions for the deterioration of the societies involved, and consequently through their false propaganda about humanitarian assistance, will only provide a further rationale for an even heavier military occupation.

By framing the discussion about their intervention as being “humanitarian”, the imperialists are attempting as well to remove these issues from public debate and scrutiny. During the State of the Union address in January, President Obama only spoke about the impact of military policy from the standpoint of supposedly honoring the sacrifices made by seriously injured and disabled veterans.

No discussion or analysis of the impact and effectiveness of U.S. interventions in Africa, the Middle East and Central Asia is conducted. Nonetheless, these military invasions and occupations are not only destroying the lives of people on the ground in these various geo-political regions but are killing and maiming its own soldiers which the Veterans Administration is incapable of adequately addressing.

Anti-War and anti-imperialist organizations in the U.S. must oppose these so-called “humanitarian interventions” because they are acts of war and military occupation. Resources utilized for these imperialist operations would be better served in putting people in the U.S. back to work with jobs that pay a decent wage and make significant contributions to the society.

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“Sky Raper”: US Drones as Tools of the Patriarchy



Journalists Jeremy Scahill and Glenn Greenwald posted a disturbing report at their new site The Intercept on Monday about the NSA’s secret role in the U.S. assassination program. It’s a fascinating read, and I recommend you read it in its entirety, but I wanted to explore a very specific passage in the report—an interview with a former drone operator for the military’s Joint Special Operations Command (JSOC) who also worked with the NSA.

The former drone operator explains that remotely piloted Reaper and Predator vehicles are often given cute little nicknames. For example, those used in Afghanistan were called “Lightning” and “Sky Raider.”


But then the source candidly reveals there’s a subset of nicknames. The “Sky Raider” was also referred to as “Sky Raper” because “it killed a lot of people.”

Badas—Wait, whaaaat.

When operators were assigned to “Sky Raper,” he adds, it meant that “somebody was going to die. It was always set to the most high-priority missions.”

So here we have a bunch of joystick jockeys not only responsible for killing nameless, faceless brown people thousands of miles away, but as if that wasn’t enough of a violation, they decided to sprinkle a dash of rape culture onto their acts of horrific violence.

Sky Raper. The name reminds me of how my hipster journalist friends refer to drones as “sky death robots,” or similarly creepy euphemisms — names that would never actually be used officially by military brass because they’re too close to the truth. That’s why the military comes up with polite, sterile terms like collateral damage and kinetic military action in order to insert a wedge between civilians and the terrible consequences of war.

But here is the truth: Sky Raper.

The comment is extremely revealing because it lays bare the true nature of patriarchy, and the roles of the military and rape culture within patriarchy. These three mechanisms  of oppression work in tandem, each reliant on the other. The military cannot exist without rape culture and patriarchy, just as rape culture relies on the military and patriarchy to export violence all across the globe, and the patriarchy requires the military and rape culture to bolster its very existence.

The military figuratively and actually rapes on a regular basis, whether we’re talking about soldiers invading autonomous regions in order to aid the U.S. government’s plundering of natural resources, or soldiers literally raping indigenous peoples. Then there’s the epidemic of rape within the military, a crime that grew so unmanageable that President Obama signed a 2013 bill that would ostensibly crack down on sexual assaults in the military.

The act of rape is about power and violence—two favorite hobbies of the military, and the patriarchy that relies on the military to invade and conquer in order to acquire even more power in order to fuel future acts of violence.

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Obama mulls more aggressive stance on Syria, pledges aid to Jordan



Syrian civil war central focus of talks between US president, King Abdullah in California. US President Barack Obama (R) and Jordan’s King Abdullah meet in California.


President Barack Obama said on Friday he is considering new ways to pressure the government of Syrian President Bashar Assad as he pledged fresh US assistance to Jordan’s King Abdullah, whose country is reeling from the Syrian civil war.

Obama and Abdullah held talks at the Sunnylands retreat, the estate of the late philanthropist Walter Annenberg, in this desert region of California.

With the Syrian civil war a central focus of their talks, Obama told reporters with Abdullah seated beside him that he does not expect the conflict to be resolved any time soon and that “there are going to be some immediate steps that we have to take to help the humanitarian assistance there.”

“There will be some intermediate steps that we can take applying more pressure to the Assad regime and we are going to be continuing to work with all the parties concerned to try to move forward on a diplomatic solution,” Obama said.

Obama did not disclose what steps he has under consideration, but Secretary of State John Kerry said earlier while traveling in Asia that a set of new options are under discussion.

With Jordan under pressure from housing more than 600,000 Syrian war refugees and facing other economic troubles, Obama announced at the outset of their talks that he intends to provide the strong US ally with $1 billion in loan guarantees.

In addition, he said Washington will renew a five-year agreement that locks in annual aid for Jordan. The current package, which expires at the end of September, has been providing $660 million a year.

While announcing his desire to lock in another five-year agreement, Obama did not say what funding level he would urge Congress to back.

Frustrated that conditions on the ground in Syria remain horrendous and confounded by Assad’s refusal to engage in serious negotiations about a transition in power, Obama has been signaling a potential shift toward a more aggressive policy.

Senior administration officials who briefed reporters about Obama’s talks with Abdullah said all options remain on the table short of putting American boots on the ground.

Among the long-standing options has been the possibility of arming Syrian rebels. Such a step would only be applied if it would help nudge the process toward a political solution, one official said.

“Helping to improve the position of the Syrian opposition, put pressure on the Syrian regime, is certainly part of the overall calculation,” said the official, who spoke on condition of anonymity.

Obama met Abdullah at the Sunnylands retreat as a way to hold informal discussions on a wide-ranging set of issues.

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Zio-Wahhabi to supply Syrian rebels with anti-aircraft missiles


Frustrated by the deadlock of the second round of Geneva 2 talks, Saudi Arabia has reportedly offered to supply the rebels with anti-aircraft missiles. Meanwhile Russia has accused the US of once again hijacking peace talks and pushing for regime change.

According to a report by the Wall Street Journal, Russian-made antitank guided missiles and Chinese man-portable air-defense systems are up for grabs, already waiting in warehouses in Jordan and Turkey.

An Arab diplomat and several opposition figures with knowledge of the Saudi efforts have told WSJ that these supplies are likely to tip the battlefield scales, as the rebels will become capable of taking on the government’s air power and destroying heavy armored vehicles.

“New stuff is arriving imminently,” a Western diplomat with knowledge of the planned weapons deliveries told the American publication.

Leaders of the Syrian opposition said they don’t yet know the total amount of military aid that will be shipped. The new weapons are expected to reach southern Syria from Jordan while the opposition in the north will get arms from Turkey, the Western diplomat said.

Raising fears that civilian aircraft may eventually become targets, last June several media outlets suggested that Saudi Arabia had already begun supplying anti-aircraft launchers and missiles to militants in Syria. But so far Saudi Arabia, as well as the US, has been officially opposed to arming the rebels with big guns and antiaircraft missiles as they could fall into extremist hands.

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According to the WSJ report, rebel commanders struck a deal on the new armaments shipment during a meeting with US and Saudi intelligence agents in Jordan on January 30. During that meeting, rebels allegedly claimed that their new military gains would help force official Damascus consider President Assad’s ouster and bring forward a political solution to the conflict.

Mercenaries on US payroll?

The Wall Street Journal also reports that their rebel sources claimed the US government is paying their salaries to fight the Assad forces. The Southern Front brigades allegedly received $3 million in cash in salaries during the two meetings in Jordan, one held on January 30 and the other late last year.

Meanwhile, congressional aides told the WSJ about scheduled meetings with Syrian opposition leaders next week. The Syrian delegation will allegedly seek extra armaments in order to battle al-Qaeda and al-Nusra elements.

“We’re trying to assure the international community that they can support moderates without the threat of arms falling into the hands of al-Qaeda,” said Oubai Shahbandar, a senior adviser to the Syrian opposition. Saudi Arabia and US have so far refused to comment.

Geneva 2 stalemate

As the second round of Geneva 2 talks so far fails to produce any results, the Russian Foreign Minister has criticized the American stance at the negotiations accusing it of hijacking the talks for the purpose of “regime change” in Syria.

“The only thing they want to talk about is the establishment of a transitional governing body,” Sergey Lavrov said Friday after meeting with the German foreign minister in Moscow. “Only after that are they ready to discuss the urgent and most pressing problems, like terrorism.”

Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov (right) and German Foreign Minister Frank-Walter Steinmeier during a meeting in Moscow on February 14, 2014. (RIA Novosti / Eduard Pesov)Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov (right) and German Foreign Minister Frank-Walter Steinmeier during a meeting in Moscow on February 14, 2014. (RIA Novosti / Eduard Pesov)

“I am very worried about the systematic attempts to disrupt the political settlement in Syria,” therefore“forcing the (Syrian) government to slam the door.”

Lavrov recalled that talks were kick started to implement the original Geneva communique, position of which Russia and Syria solemnly defend. The June 2012 document stipulates the creation of a transitional political body, holding of free and fair elections, the start of a national dialogue, a review of the constitution and legal system. Nowhere does it mention removal of president Assad.

“Now they are saying that to keep talking is senseless, because the government (of Syria) doesn’t want to agree about the makeup of a transitional governing body. We are going in circles,”
 Lavrov said.

The Syrian government’s position remains that stopping terrorism and bloodshed should be the priority at the negotiations that started last month. The second round of negotiations between government and opposition representatives began on Monday but no progress has yet been made. The opposition, backed by the US and its allies, insists on forming a transitional authority with “full executive powers,” thus ousting Assad.

Rebel fighters inspect an alley in the eastern Syrian town of Deir Ezzor on February 14, 2014. (AFP Photo / Ahmad Aboud)Rebel fighters inspect an alley in the eastern Syrian town of Deir Ezzor on February 14, 2014. (AFP Photo / Ahmad Aboud)

After five days of negotiations the opposition has accused the government’s team of “belligerence,”while the government delegation said that the opposition have an “unrealistic agenda.”

“The negotiations are not moving toward a political solution,”
 said Louay Safi, a spokesman for the Syrian opposition delegation, accusing the government side of adopting a hostile stance.

“I deeply regret to say that this round did not achieve any progress,”
 Syrian Deputy Foreign Minister Faisal Mekdad said. “We came to the Geneva conference to implement Syria’s declared position to reach a political solution. … Unfortunately the other side came with another agenda, with an unrealistic agenda.”

The UN’s Lakhdar Brahimi, curator of the talks, plans to meet the sides on Saturday, the final day for round two of the negotiations, but it remains unclear if he can offer any prospect of drawing the warring parties closer together.

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Courtesy of I$raHell and Obama–The Syrian Refugees Sold As Sex Slaves


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McCain Explodes at Syrian Christians Who Describe Atrocities Committed By Rebels He Wants to Arm



By Duane Lester

Hell-bent on arming opposition forces in Syria—despite strong evidence that they’re run by Islamic terrorists—John McCain displayed behavior unbecoming of a United States Senator during a recent meeting with Syrian Christian leaders touring Capitol Hill.

The delegation of Syrian clergy came to Washington to raise awareness among lawmakers of the growing crisis among the region’s minority Christian community. Christians make up about 10% of the Syrian population and they are being targeted and ruthlessly murdered by radical elements of the rebel forces, according to the visiting church officials. They say the media and human rights groups in the west have been largely silent on the ordeal of the Christians in Syria.

A number of churches have been destroyed or burned, children were killed when rebels fired mortar rockets at an Armenian Christian school in Damascus and countless others have been abducted by Islamic fighters, the Syrian delegation reveals in a statement published by the research group, Westminster Institute, that brought them to Washington. Eleven nuns have also been abducted and are still in captivity and two bishops are still missing after getting kidnapped during a humanitarian mission.

Two Syrian Orthodox Archbishops Yohanna Ibrahim and Boulos Yazigi were kidnapped by Chechen gunmen in Aleppo in April of last year, are still missing

Two Syrian Orthodox Archbishops Yohanna Ibrahim and Boulos Yazigi were kidnapped by Chechen gunmen in Aleppo in April of last year, are still missing

But Senator McCain, an Arizona Republican, evidently doesn’t want to hear negative stories about the rebels he’s working to arm. So he stormed out of a closed-door meeting with the Syrian clergy officials last week. Held in the Senate Arms Services Committee meeting room, the reunion also included senators Lindsey Graham of South Carolina, Sheldon Whitehouse of Rhode Island, Richard Blumenthal of Connecticut and Joe Manchin of West Virginia. Graham is a Republican and the rest are Democrats.

McCain marched into the committee room yelling, according to a high-level source that attended the meeting, and quickly stormed out. “He was incredibly rude,” the source told Judicial Watch “because he didn’t think the Syrian church leaders should even be allowed in the room.” Following the shameful tantrum McCain reentered the room and sat briefly but refused to make eye contact with the participants, instead ignoring them by looking down at what appeared to be random papers.

The outburst was so embarrassing that Senator Graham, also an advocate of U.S. military intervention in Syria, apologized for McCain’s disturbing outburst. “Graham actually apologized to the group for McCain’s behavior,” according to the source, who sat through the entire meeting. “It was truly unbelievable.”


Source: Rightwing News


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