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I woke up this morning and arrived at my office only to turn on my desktop to see that the heavily compromised Human Rights Watch, an organ of the George Soros empire and the Arabian apes, had condemned our air force’s use of barrel bombs.  I had a huge belly laugh which I want to share with you today.  You see, HRW is a part of the Western propaganda machine which regularly spews out the kind of nonsense designed to stir up negative feelings with headlines usually grabbed by “yellow”, inarticulate,  nausea-inducing “news” sites like Al-Bawaba, Daily Star and Zionist media.  Because these media sites are relatively unknown and unread (unless you are an aficionado of bad grammar, awful syntax and corrupted thought processes), they are the ones to pick up on these themes.  HRW will say anything to discredit our president, Dr. Assad, and to empower the Turk-led failure called the Syrian National Coalition – a group now condemned to oblivion by even former ambassador and present spook and war criminal, Robert Ford.  (By the way, I have come to suspect Alalam as another case in point, but, for other reasons.)

The whole plan, you see, is to try to get the Syrian military to stop killing terrorists supported by Human Rights Watch and its principals.  Of course, that’s not going to happen any time soon.  Moreover, it is my fervent hope that more of these barrel bombs are dropped over the heads of the Alqaeda and ISIS rats sent to Syria by HRW’s favorite champions: the United States, Britain and Saudi Arabia.  The United States, you ask?  HRW is based in New York City and, like SOHR, is an arm of not only the Soros Open Society Foundation and the Arabian monkeys, but, also of the CIA.  Whenever HRW says anything about Syria, prepare for something – the Brits or the Americans are cooking up something – and it’s always noisome and malicious, hence the Persian expression: بوي بريطانيائي  or “it smells of British”.  HRW is our parakeet in the mines.  It warns you when the imbeciles at Langley or Vauxhall Cross are about to fly a kite to see how far it will go.

Think also of Stefant DeMistura’s plot to engineer a “freeze” in the fighting in Aleppo to give the terrorist rodents a chance to regroup, resupply and recharge themselves.  It may even be his plan to offer them safe passage toward their beloved Recep Tayyip Erdoghan, who, with a new American commitment to build up a “moderate” Syrian military force in Turkey, Jordan, Saudi Arabia and Qatar (oh, will the Saints protect us?), is now on the team dedicated to increasing the internal destruction of Syria.  The U.N. is in on the plan and Dr. Assad knows it.

Our barrel bombs are a thing of beauty.  Incredibly accurate despite what the liars at HRW and AI say.  The fins you see on the body of the cylinders are intended to give the projectiles stability to insure precise placement.  Our bombs are filled with all the ingredients necessary to send the enemy straight to the bowels of Hades without the need for medical intervention.  The ball bearings, nails, dross, bullet jackets, among other tiny objects, are meant to penetrate the skulls of vermin no matter how thick their crania may be.  Designed like a sleek, but somewhat crude, rocket, they are dropped very accurately over the exact place where our intelligence sources tell us the vultures are hiding.  They are dropped mostly by Hind helicopters which hover at sufficiently high altitudes to completely conceal their presence – to muffle the sound of the rotors mercifully holding up our heroic soldiers as they perform their solemn duties in killing pests.

The sound of a barrel bomb swishing through the air only to ignite when it touches the earth must be tantamount to a symphony by Shostakovich, rich in texture but with an explosive coda or finish. I can hear the tympani drums rolling amidst a soaring chorus of horns, brass and strings.  It is, indeed, a thing of beauty.


Shostakovich seen here contemplating his unfinished symphony: “Barrel Bomb Symphony Number 7 in D Minor”

Some might argue that HRW is merely trying to rebut Dr. Assad’s recent assertion that the Syrian military does not use barrel bombs, and, in so doing, cast doubt upon his credibility.  But, if that were so, it doesn’t absolve HRW of the accusation that it works for dark and insidious forces.  However, let us tell the world, the SAA does not use “barrel bombs”.  They are not called barrel bombs in Syria!  They are referred to in Arabic as “vertical bombs” which is why Dr. Assad told Jeremy Bowen of the BBC, during a typically inane interview, that he did not believe the military used “barrel bombs”.  So much for HRW and the BBC, for that matter.

So, in closing, let me once again reiterate my affection for the “vertical bomb”.  Each time it is dropped over the heads of vermin, let a clergyman, of whatever faith,  bless it and infuse it with accuracy, sanctity and lethality.  May the terrorists rest in the Inferno.









الجيش3ALEPPO: The front here is the most dense and complicated.  Much more complicated than anything in the Damascus area where the Syrian Army is methodically extirpating the remaining rodents mostly belonging to ‘Alloosh’s Army of Islam (yawn).  In the south, it’s pretty cut-and-dry with our army suffocating whole units of murdering terrorist rats coming out of Jordan with little, if anything, to give them adequate cover.  With drones, satellite information, aircraft surveillance, local snitching and the Big Surprise, the Syrian Army is holding its own very well in the South.  The much-ballyhooed Southern Front is an affront only and with so little time left despite the open-ended support from Americans, Zionists and Jordanian monkeys plotting their moves like so many crows in a murder and the bottomless financial support from the cockroaches of Arabia.

The front in Dayr El-Zor is very much under control with ISIS having pulled out hundreds of its hardened criminals in order to raise the defenses of Al-Raqqa.  They have given up on the airbase and are struggling to keep the army pinned down in an effort to block the confluence of two major armies at the gates of Al-Raqqa.  They will fail.

But, in Aleppo, the front is crucial.  While the Jordanians have no ability to mount an offensive against the SAA in the south, the Turks are a different matter.   Jordan has to confront widespread antipathy to its involvement in the affairs of neighboring Syria.  Jordan’s population is mostly Palestinian who have shown little sympathy for the Pygmy King’s alliance with the murdering Obama and his minions.  Palestinians are aware who is backing them with real armor and zeal, and who is trying to dig them an early grave.  Jordan will explode the moment any of its tanks join the fray on the side of the cannibals.

As I write this essay to you, the front in Aleppo involves the following areas: Al-Zurba, Khaan Al-‘Asal, Al-Ataarib, Kafr Hamraa, Bayaanoon, ’Azzaan, Tal Museebeen, Seefaat, Ma’arrat Al-Khaan, Tal Jabeen, Tal Rif’aat, Maayer, Hayyaan, Al-Jandool, Maari’, Rutyaan, Al-Mallaah Farms, East Bashkuyw, ‘Anadaan, Huraytaan, Handaraat Camp, Al-Baab, and in the City’s area: Ba’eedeen, Al-Shaykh Lutfi, Salaahuddeen, Karm Hawmad, Bany Zayd, Hanaanu, Al-Jandool, Castillo, Al-Raashideen.  This is a huge theater of battle.


The terrorist groups most supported by the British and the Turks are these:  Jabhat Al-Nusra, a declared arm of Al-Qaeda, Al-Jabhat Al-Shaamiyya, Harakat Ahraar Al-Shaam, Jabhat Ansaar Al-Deen.   While Nusra is an officially recognized branch of Al-Qaeda, having been declared a “terrorist organization” by the U.S. and the U.N., it receives logistical and medical support from Erdoghan’s corrupt government.  The British MI6 uses “independent contractors” paid surreptitiously by Cameron’s regime to conduct operations and to coordinate military moves out of Adana, Gaziantep and Incirlik with the terrorist organizations mentioned in this paragraph.  The Saudis and Qataris, no strangers to imbecility, provide the financial cover and the seemingly limitless flow of weapons from every source including state sources like the U.S.A., Croatia, and the Zionist Settler State.

The core of the SAA operation in Aleppo, Operation Canopus Star (‘Amaliyyat Al-Suhayl), aims to plug all entryways into the province by surrounding the terrorists where they might be found such as in areas like Al-Raashideen.  Also, the SAA is proactive in placing most entryways and crossings from Turkey under either air or artillery control, at a minimum, or under direct Syrian Army control, as the optimum.  We are watching the collapse of the terrorist defenses at Al-Baab as I write. We are also watching the terrorists starve.

The Turkish invasion of Syria on Sunday when Erdoghan sent a regiment of tanks, APCs and troops to purportedly “rescue” the putative remains of Sulaymaan Shah, the grandfather of the first Ottoman Sultan, from an exclave legitimized by an agreement between the French authorities during the Syrian Mandate and the Turk government in 1921 is a milestone in the conflict.  (See my article on Sunday, February 22, 2015)  But, the tomb of the Turkish Ottoman patriarch was never molested by either the Kurds or ISIS despite the latter’s notorious habit of desecrating every holy site, be it Islamic, Christian or Jewish, on Syrian or Iraqi soil.  That there were 40 Turkish troops tasked to protect the tomb at all times should have been irresistible enticement for the ISIS cannibals who could have taken the soldiers captive like the diplomatic crew in Irbil, and negotiated for some emolument or benefit.  But, ISIS never did attack although it is a mere 3 kms from the site. The collusion between ISIS and the troika made up of America, Turkey and the Zionist Abomination is being slowly uncovered.

Turkey’s invasion was to test the waters.  Erdoghan wants a no-fly zone and a wide buffer zone for “humanitarian” reasons – if you can believe that.  By sauntering into Syria and challenging the authority of the government in Damascus, he has established a precedent for entering the country.  So far, Iran has not called up its reserves over this, although Teheran did condemn the invasion – and Russia only criticized the move.  Damascus derided the incursion with the usual bombast and promises of retaliation.

The U.S. is behind all this.  If any of you remember, your editor coined the expression the “Obama Doctrine” in an essay I wrote a year ago when I analyzed how Obama goes about the business of intervening in international crises of interest to the U.S.  The main thesis was that Obama is loath to get directly involved, but, will give support to proxies.  His own record of opposing the Second Gulf War, his pretended interest in domestic issues and his desire to leave office without the stain of humiliation in battle, further reinforced the image of a pacifistic president who garnered the Nobel Peace Prize without having done anything.  But, oh how he cherishes violence.  The U.S. role in the Libya fiasco is one such example.

In Syria, with immense pressure being put upon him by a constellation of influential actors like Saudi Arabia, Qatar and the entire International Zionist Bloc, he has decided to use the Obama Doctrine with Turkey and Jordan as proxies.  He has agreed to build an army from “vetted, moderate” Syrian opposition elements to allegedly fight ISIS, but, as everyone knows, that army is not designed to fight ISIS for the reason that the United States is not ready yet to throw ISIS under the bus.  ISIS is crucial for the neo-con strategy in Iraq.  To further prove my point, note that Qatar withdrew its ambassador from Cairo after President Al-Sisi ordered his aircraft to bombard ISIS positions in Libya after the horrifying sight of 20 Copts being beheaded by the savages of that U.S.-created group.

The number of Syrian opposition candidates to create the new army is not 5,000, as the WH argues.  The actual number which the West is aiming for is more like 100,000.  How else could they defeat a Syrian Army whose ranks now bulge at over one half million troops if you count all the militias.  With Turkey backing up the new army of Syrian degenerates, the overthrow of Dr. Assad becomes a possibility.  And when you add the Alqaeda terrorists now being trained, treated, armed and protected by the Zionist Settler State, you have a scenario more in line with the kind of madness typical of the failed and incompetent Neo-Conservative Jews who enjoy virtual carte blanche in a government run by a just-as- virtual Uncle Tom president.

The U.S. simply will not put boots on the ground.  However, Erdoghan will if the U.S. backs him and provides a credible “rebel force” capable of carrying out missions laid out for it by the American-British-Zionist handlers who are the “brains” of this operation.  The U.S. will provide protection for Erdoghan at the U.N.S.C., for example.  The Saudis are already on board and have promised to compensate Turkey for any losses from the repercussions emanating from Moscow and Teheran.  So will the Qataris.  This game is not about billions of dollars in lost revenue to all concerned – it’s about trillions of dollars!  It’s worth the investment.



More than Iran, Russia presents with the greatest threat to any such operation.  A permanent member of the U.N.S.C. with veto power backed by economically dynamic China with its own arsenal of nukes, Russia comes to any table with a credible one-two punch Obama is not willing to test.  The only way to keep the Russian Bear at bay is to divert it both strategically and economically.  You do this in 2 ways: bury Russia in Ukrainian concerns at its own borders and drown it in a radically discounted barrel of oil.  It’s NATO and Saudi Arabia vs. Russia.  Using boxing terminologies and metaphors is an adequate way of portraying what is taking place.

The Russians, as the Neo-Cons think, cannot handle a flurry of punches at one time.  The Ukraine is the right hook to the jaw Moscow was not expecting.  The oil price reduction, engineered by KSA and the USA, is the punch to the kidneys or the solar plexus.  How can the Russians be game for a new conflict if its vassal state of Syria is attacked from the north by Turkey with a new Free Syrian Army devoid of the miserable malcontents who previously populated the opposition?  The belief in Neo-Con circles is that it’s worth a try.



What if Iran adheres to the Syrian-Iranian Mutual Defense Pact?  What we speculate about the secret contents is that Iran will only intervene if Syria is attacked by the Zionist Entity.  There may be no provision for intervention if Syria is attacked by a Muslim country.  This is speculation based on reading the way Iran is reacting to Turkey’s disporting with international law by openly permitting its territory to be used for training and arming terrorists and injecting them into Syria.  The same is true of Jordan.  It’s only a thought.  This is also tied to the recent incursion by Turkish troops.

In any case, Hizbollah’s existence goes beyond any formal treaty constraints.  That Lebanese militia is key to Iran’s dream of being a regional superpower and its commitment to the Islamic obligation to liberate its third most holy city, Jerusalem.  Iran stands today as a wall, which if buttressed by Russia, seems almost impregnable – a wall so imposing that its shadow swallows the pedestrian pretentions of pre-Iron Age Arabia and its simian leadership.



Syria is moving quickly to devastate the terrorists in the north in order to take back control of the crossings which have been used all too efficiently to carry arms into the country.  Erdoghan is aware of this plan and is rushing to thwart it.

But, here’s what Erdoghan doesn’t appear to know: Syria manufactures its own missiles and has provided close to 100,000 to Hizbollah.  Imagine how many missiles Syria can deploy if Hizbollah, a militia in Lebanon and the Golan Heights, has only that many.  Remember too that Syria had the technology to arm its SCUD missiles with CW. Also, remember how easily Damascus gave up its chemical weapons, the poor man’s nuclear bomb.  Supposedly, the relinquishing of its CW arsenal kept the American wolf at bay.  But, nobody ever talked about BW. Did they?  The lion isn’t worried.  Ziad



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Stop Zio-Nazi Silencing Palestinian Voices: Allow SJP to run a referendum campaign

Students for Justice in Palestine at Northeastern University

Northeastern’s Zionist Student Government Association (SGA) has refused to allow discussion in the student body over whether or not Northeastern should divest from companies benefiting from human rights violations in illegally occupied Palestine. Schools and Universities should be a place for learning and sharing experiences.

However, Northeastern’s SGA refused to move forward with a student body referendum vote over the issue. Citing concerns about students “comfort,” Northeastern’s Zionist SGA placed the cheerfulness of a small segment students over the lives and experiences of Palestinians. This incident is but another chapter in the institutional oppression of Northeastern Students for Justice in Palestine.

We have faced defamatory videos and articles, threats of expulsion, suspension and violent threats against ourselves, our friends and our family. But we refuse to stay silent. Sign this petition in support of a true educational experience for Northeastern’s students. Sign this in support of a Northeastern that values free speech. Sign this to show you believe that Palestinian students should have a say over whether or not their tuition money funds their own oppression.

The question as submitted was as follows:

WHEREAS the Northeastern University Mission Statement declares that “Our vision is to be a university that expands the meaning and impact of our engagement in the world using our knowledge and resources as positive forces for change in both our local communities and our global society.” (1)

WHEREAS “As a university where teaching and research are grounded in global engagement, Northeastern’s impact is being felt in all corners of the world.” (2)

WHEREAS Northeastern University has a history of divesting from and boycotting corporations such as Adidas (3) and countries such as Apartheid South Africa (4)

WHEREAS international humanitarian law recognizes the right of all people, including Israelis and Palestinians, to life, security(5) and self-determination (6)

WHEREAS Israel has been recognized by international law since 1967 as an occupying power in the West Bank, including East Jerusalem, and Gaza (7), hereafter referred to as the Occupied Palestinian Territories,

WHEREAS this resolution calls for targeted divestment from multinational corporations causing substantial social injury by violating international humanitarian law in the Occupied Palestinian Territories, regardless of which countries contract said corporations

WHEREAS multinational corporations disproportionately conduct business in the Occupied Palestinian Territories, as compared to other conflict areas (e.g. Syria or North Korea), where binding law often prevents engagement with human rights violators

WHEREAS Caterpillar provides engineering tools and bulldozers routinely used in the demolition of Palestinian homes in the West Bank and Gaza, and Caterpillar’s products facilitate and profit from the expansion and construction of illegal, segregated and Jewish-only settlements in the West Bank.(8)

WHEREAS Hewlett-Packard provides biometric identification systems used at Israeli military checkpoints that can distinguish Palestinian faces from Israeli faces therefore reinforcing segregation and apartheid by designing specific technology to racially profile Palestinians. (9)

WHEREAS Raytheon is a main supplier of weaponry to the United States and Israel. Many of the missiles the were used in the massacre of over 2,000 Gazans (mostly civilian) this summer were made by Raytheon. (10)

WHEREAS Motorola Solutions profits from Israel’s control of the Palestinian population by providing surveillance systems around Israeli settlements, checkpoints, and military camps in the West Bank, as well as by providing communication systems to the Israeli Army. (11)

THAT In accordance with international humanitarian law, human rights protocols, and the values of the Northeastern community, We ask the Northeastern trustees to divest from companies engaged in human rights violations in Palestine. We ask that Northeastern withdraws all investments that it may hold in Caterpillar, Raytheon, Motorola and Hewlett-Packard.





(5) UN General Assembly, International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights, 16 December 1966, United Nations, Treaty Series, vol. 999, p. 171, available at:

(6) Geneva Convention, UN, Amnesty International, Human Rights Watch;|outline

(7) United Nations Security Council Resolution 242 of 1967

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India’s Water Aggression against Pakistan


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By Sajjad Shaukat

In the modern world, there are various forms of bloodless wars like economic wars which

amount to aggression. In these terms, besides supporting subversive acts including cross-

bordering shelling, India has also stared water aggression against Pakistan.

In March, 2011, while speaking in diplomatic language, Indus Water Commissioner of India G.

Ranganathan had refused by stating, “Indian decision to build dams on rivers has led to water

shortage in Pakistan.” While rejecting Islamabad’s concerns regarding water-theft by New Delhi

including violation of the Indus Water Treaty, he assured his counterpart, Indus Water

Commissioner of Pakistan, Syed Jamaat Ali Shah that all issues, relating to water between

Pakistan and India would be resolved through dialogue.

In international politics of today, these are deeds, not words which matter, so ground realties are

quite different as to what G. Ranganathan indicated in his statement. In fact, India has been

continuing water aggression against Pakistan.

Besides other permanent issues and especially the thorny dispute of Kashmir which has always

been used by India to malign and pressurize Pakistan, water of rivers has become a matter of life

and death for every Pakistani, as New Delhi has been employing it as a tool of terrorism to

In this regard, Indian decision to construct two hydro-electric projects on River Neelam which is

called Krishanganga in Indian dialect is a new violation of the Indus Basin Water Treaty of 1960.

The World Bank, itself, is the mediator and signatory for the treaty. After the partition, owing to

war-like situation, New Delhi deliberately stopped the flow of Pakistan’s rivers which originate

from the Indian-held Kashmir. Even at that time, Indian rulers had used water as a tool of

aggression against Pakistan. However, due to Indian illogical stand, Islamabad sought the help of

international arbitration. The Indus Basin Treaty allocates waters of three western rivers of

Indus, Jhelum and Chenab to Pakistan, while India has rights over eastern rivers of Ravi, Sutlej

Since the settlement of the dispute, India has always violated the treaty intermittently to create

economic crisis in Pakistan. In 1984 a controversy arose between the two neighbouring states

after India began construction of the Wullar Barrage on river Jhelum in the occupied Kashmir in

violation of the Indus Basin Water Treaty.

In the past, the issue of Wullar Barrage has also been discussed in various rounds of talks, being

held under composite dialogue process between the two rivals, but Indian intransigence has

continued. In the mid 1990s India started another violation by constructing the Baglihar dam on

In 2005, Pakistan had again sought the World Bank’s help to stop construction of the Baglihar

dam. Although WB allowed India to go ahead with the project after a few modifications, yet it

did not permit the interruption of the agreed quota of water flow to Pakistan.

In 2008, India suddenly reduced water flow of the Chenab river to give a greater setback to our

autumnal crops. Islamabad on September 17, 2008 threatened to seek the World Bank’s

intervention on the plea that New Delhi had not responded to its repeated complaints on the issue

appropriately. Pakistan’s Commissioner to the treaty, Syed Jamaat Ali Shah had also remarked

that the shortage of water in the Chenab river, occurred due to filling up the Baglihar dam.

Despite repeated pleas from Islamabad, India did nothing to address the problem.

Nevertheless, apart from intermittent violations of the Indus Water Treaty, New Delhi, in fact,

has been using water as an instrument to pressurize Islamabad with a view to getting leverage in

the Pak-India dialogue especially regarding Indian-held Kashmir where a new phase of protests

against the Indian illegitimate occupation has accelerated. In this respect, the then Foreign

Minister Shah Mahmood Qureshi, while talking in connection with the revival of Pak-India

dialogue, had said on February 8, 2010 that Pakistan’s case on Kashmir and water was based on

truth, and the government would fight it with full strength.

Indian shrewd diplomacy of water war could also be judged from some other development.

Online reports suggest that New Delhi has secretly offered technical assistance to the Afghan

government in order to construct a dam over Kabul River which is a main water contributor to

By applying such diplomacy against Pakistan, New Delhi intends to fulfill a number of nefarious

designs. India wants to keep its control on Kashmir which is located in the Indus River basin

area, and which contributes to the flow of all the major rivers, entering Pakistan. It is determined

to bring about political, economic and social problems of grave nature in Pakistan.

In this context, China Daily News Group wrote in 2005: “Another added complication is that in

building a dam upstream of Pakistan, India will possess the ability to flood or starve Pakistan at

will. This ability was witnessed in July of 2004 when India, without warning, released water into

the Chenab river, flooding large portions of Pakistan. The history of conflict between these two

nations makes it possible for New Delhi to use nature as a real weapon against Islamabad.”

According to an estimate, unlike India, Pakistan is highly dependent on agriculture, which in turn

is dependent on water. Of the 79.6 million hectares of land that makeup Pakistan, 20 million are

available for agriculture. Of those 20 million hectares, 16 million are dependent on irrigation. So,

almost 80% of Pakistan’s agriculture is dependent on irrigation.

It is notable that many of Pakistan’s industries are agro-based such as the textiles industry.

Besides, 80% of Pakistan’s food needs are fulfilled domestically. Thus an interruption of water

supply would have broad-ranging effects. For example, when the country suffered a drought

from 1998 to 2001, there were violent riots in Karachi.

It is mentionable that half of Pakistan’s energy comes from hydroelectricity, and at present, our

country has been facing a severe crisis of loadshedding which is the result of power-shortage in

the country. During the recent past summers, people in a number of cities like Karachi, Lahore,

Multan, Faisalabad etc. lodged violent protests against the loadshedding, culminating into loss of

It is of particular attention that Pakistan’s Federal Minister for Water and Power Khawaja Asif

warned on February 10, 2015 that although the electricity shortage in the country would be

overcome within two to three years, the scarcity of water is another issue looming in the country.

While, Pakistan has already been facing multiple challenges of grave nature coupled with a

perennial phenomenon of terrorism like suicide attacks, bomb blasts, targetted killings etc.,

committed by the militants who are being backed by Indian secret agency, RAW, New Delhi

also uses water as a tool by increasing its scarcity, making life too often miserable for Pakistanis

with the ultimate aim of creating poverty which could produce more terrorism in turn. And, India

is likely to deepen differences among Pakistan’s provinces over various issues which are directly

or indirectly related to water.

So, still by employing water as an instrument of aggression, Indians continue to intensify

political unrest, economic instability and social strife in Pakistan.

Surprisingly, in 2010, India started resumption of talks with Pakistan paying a greater attention

on terrorism instead of equally addressing all the issues of the composite dialogue.

Nonetheless, Islamabad must include water as a major focus of agenda in the future dialogue;

otherwise India is likely to continue its water aggression against Pakistan.

Sajjad Shaukat writes on international affairs and is author of the book: US vs Islamic Militants,

Invisible Balance of Power: Dangerous Shift in International Relations

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U.S.A: DHS Secretary wants to focus on the plight of American Muslims



Muslim’s face  persecution, slaughter, and genocide being waged by Zionist around the world? Department of Homeland Security Secretary, Mr Jeh Johnson, is urging those in government to give a voice to the plight of Muslims living in U.S.A and the discrimination they face by Americans.

Listen to what he said:


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Walk Up America: Cop Brutally Attacks 78-Year-Old Grandma


For Delivering Cupcakes To Her Grandchildren

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By John Vibes

“And I was very frightened, and I told him to call the police and he said, ‘I am the police,’” said Poole.

Fresno, California – 78-year-old grandmother Mary Poole was brutally assaulted and pepper-sprayed by a police officer when she attempted to deliver cupcakes to her grandchildren at school.

The children’s parents are in the midst of a divorce and custody battle, so Mary wanted to do something nice for the children. She decided to deliver a gift in a neutral setting.

“I hadn’t seen my granddaughters for some time and I wanted to see them, and so I baked some cupcakes and bought some cookies for my granddaughters’ classroom,” Mary said.

When she arrived at the school she was met by a rude Clovis Unified police officer who told her that she was not allowed to visit the children because there was a restraining order against her. In reality, there was no restraining order against her and no legal reason to keep her out of the school.

The officer was either lying or was totally mistaken about the situation.

Mary obeyed the officer and left the school. She then pulled over to call her son and tell him what happened. While she was on the phone, she was again approached by the officer who became immediately confrontational. As with most police encounters, he refused to hear any explanation that she attempted to give him, but instead demanded immediate obedience.

When she tried to explain her situation, the officer became violent with her. Next he pepper-sprayed the woman in the face twice during the confrontation, as she was struggling to free herself from the attack. The officer must have seen her struggling for safety as a sign of resistance.

“He wouldn’t listen to anything I had to say, period. Every time I tried telling him anything…I mean, I was even telling him, ‘I’m 78 years old,’ before he grabbed me. He sprayed me with mace twice,” Mary told reporters.

“And I was very frightened, and I told him to call the police and he said, ‘I am the police. He jerked me out of my car with my left arm with such great force, and then threw me onto the pavement. From there he dragged me by my left arm up to the school grounds,” she said.

The officer’s attack left Mary seriously injured with several broken bones and a dislocated shoulder.

When all was said and done Mary was taken to the hospital and left with more than $180,000 in medical bills.

Mary Poole filed a lawsuit this week, alleging police brutality and elderly abuse.


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Bar Zio-Nazi Naziyahu from Entry to the United States


Whereas, the current Prime Minister of Israel, Bibi Netanyahu, has been the chief architect of a policy of ethnic cleansing in the occupied Palestinian Territories; and Whereas, he has recently conspired with the Speaker of the United States House of Representatives to violate the Logan Act in contravention of U.S. law; and whereas he has leaked to individuals without the proper security clearance to receive information pertaining to delicate negotiations with Iran to sabotage those negotiations all to the detriment of the interests of the United States; People of Jewish heritage and faith and all persons of peace and good will respectfully petition the White House and the State Department to declare Prime Minister Netanyahu Persona Non Grata and bar his entry to the United States.

Sign the petition.

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Three Fronts For Russia: How Washington Will Fan The Flames Of Chaos In Central Asia

Global Research,
chinese russian talks globalresearch.caChinese Vice Premier Zhang Gaoli (1st R, front) and Russian First Deputy Prime Minister Igor Shuvalov (2nd R, front) co-chair the first meeting of the China-Russia Investment Cooperation Committee in the Great Hall of the People in Beijing, China, Sept. 9, 2014 [Xinhua]

U.S. Gen. “Ben” Hodges’ statement that within four or five years Russia could develop the capability to wage war simultaneously on three fronts is not only an acknowledgment of the Russian Federation’s growing military potential but also a promise that Washington will obligingly ensure that all three fronts are right on the borders of the Russian Federation. 

In the context of China’s inevitable rise and the soon-to-worsen financial crisis, with the concomitant bursting of asset bubbles, the only way for the United States to maintain its global hegemony is to weaken its opponents. And the only way to achieve that goal is to trigger chaos in the republics bordering Russia.

That is why Russia will inevitably enter a period of conflicts and crises on its borders.

And so the first front in fact already exists in the Ukraine, the second will most likely be between Armenia and Azerbaijan over Nagorno-Karabakh, and the third, of course, will be opened in Central Asia.

If the war in Ukraine leads to millions of refugees, tens of thousands of deaths, and the destruction of cities, defrosting the Karabakh conflict will completely undermine Russia’s entire foreign policy in the Caucasus.

Every city in Central Asia is under threat of explosions and attacks. So far this “up-and-coming front” has attracted the least media coverage – Novorossiya dominates on national television channels, in newspapers, and on websites –, but this theater of war could become one of the most complex after the conflict in the Ukraine.

A subsidiary of the Caliphate under Russia’s belly 

The indisputable trend in Afghanistan – and the key source of instability in the region – is to an alliance between the Taliban and the Islamic State. Even so, the formation of their union is in its early days, references to it are scarce and fragmentary, and the true scale of the activities of the IS emissaries is unclear, like an iceberg whose tip barely shows above the surface of the water.

But it has been established that IS agitators are active in Pakistan and in Afghanistan’s southern provinces, which are controlled by the Taliban. But, in this case, the first victim of chaos in Afghanistan is Pakistan, which at the insistence of, and with help from, the United States nurtured the Taliban in the 1980s. That project has taken on a life of its own and is a recurring nightmare for Islamabad, which has decided to establish a friendlier relationship China and Russia. This trend can be seen in the Taliban’s attacks on Pakistani schools, whose teachers now have the right to carry guns, regular arrests of terrorists in the major cities, and the start of activities in support of tribes hostile to the Taliban in the north.

The latest legislative development in Pakistan is a constitutional amendment to expand military court jurisdiction [over civilians]. Throughout the country, terrorists, Islamists and their sympathizers are being detained. In the northwest alone, more than 8,000 arrests have been made, including members of the clergy. Religious organizations have been banned and IS emissaries are being caught.

Since the Americans do not like putting all their eggs in one basket, they will provide support to the government in Kabul, which will allow them to remain in the country legitimately, and at the same time to the Taliban, which is transforming itself into IS. The outcome will be a state of chaos in which the Americans will not formally take part; instead, they will sit back on their military bases, waiting to see who wins. And then Washington will provide assistance to the victor. Note that its security services have been supporting the Taliban for a long time and quite effectively: some of the official security forces and police in Afghanistan are former Taliban and Mujahideen.

Method of destruction 

The first way to destabilize Central Asia is to create problems on the borders, along with the threat that the Mujahideen will penetrate the region. The testing of the neighbours has already started; problems have arisen in Turkmenistan, which has even had to ask Kabul to hold large-scale military operations in the border provinces. Tajikistan has forced the Taliban to negotiate the release of the border guards it abducted, and the Tajik border service reports that there is a large group of Mujahideen on its borders.

In general, all the countries bordering Afghanistan have stepped up their border security.

The second way is to send Islamists behind the lines. The process has already begun: the number of extremists in Tajikistan alone grew three-fold last year; however, even though they are being caught, it obviously will not be feasible to catch all of them. Furthermore, the situation is aggravated by the return of migrant workers from Russia, which will expand the recruiting base. If the stream of remittances from Russia dries up, the outcome may be popular discontent and managed riots.

Kyrgyz expert Kadir Malikov reports that $70 million has been allocated to the IS military group Maverenahr, which includes representatives of all the Central Asian republics, to carry out acts of terrorism in the region. Special emphasis is placed on the Fergana Valley as the heart of Central Asia.

Another point of vulnerability is Kyrgyzstan’s parliamentary elections, scheduled for this fall. The initiation of a new set of color revolutions will lead to chaos and the disintegration of countries.

Self-supporting wars 

Waging war is expensive, so the destabilization of the region must be self-supporting or at least profitable for the U.S. military-industrial complex. And in this area Washington has had some success: it has given Uzbekistan 328 armored vehicles that Kiev had requested for its war with Novorossiya. At first glance, the deal isn’t profitable because the machines were a gift, but in reality Uzbekistan will be tied to U.S. spare parts and ammunition. Washington made a similar decision on the transfer of equipment and weapons to Islamabad.

But the United States has not been successful in its attempts to impose its weapons systems on India: the Indians have not signed any contracts, and Obama was shown Russian military hardware when he attended a military parade.

Thus the United States is drawing the countries in the region into war with its own protégés – the Taliban and Islamic State – and at the same time is supplying its enemies with weapons.

Widespread Destabilization

So 2015 will be marked by preparations for widespread destabilization in Central Asia and the transformation of AfPak into an Islamic State subsidiary on the borders of Russia, India, China, and Iran. The start of full-scale war, which will inevitably follow once chaos engulfs the region, will lead to a bloodbath in the “Eurasian Balkans,” automatically involving more than a third of the world’s population and almost all the United States’ geopolitical rivals. It’s an opportunity Washington will find too good to miss.

Russia’s response to this challenge has to be multifaceted: involving the region in the process of Eurasian integration, providing military, economic, and political assistance, working closely with its allies in the Shanghai Cooperation Organization and the BRICS, strengthening the Pakistani army, and of course assisting with the capture of the bearded servants of the Caliphate.

But the most important response should be the accelerated modernization of its armed forces as well as those of its allies and efforts to strengthen the Collective Security Treaty Organization and give it the right to circumvent the highly inefficient United Nations.

The region is extremely important: if Ukraine is a fuse of war, then Central Asia is a munitions depot. If it blows up, half the continent will be hit.

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Monsanto Glyphosate Roundup Herbicide Triggers Autism in Children. MIT Scientist

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A senior scientist at MIT has declared that we are facing an epidemic of autism that may result in one half of all children being affected by autism in ten years.

Dr. Stephanie Seneff, who made these remarks during a panel presentation in Groton, MA last week, specifically cites the Monsanto herbicide, Roundup, as the culprit for the escalating incidence of autism and other neurological disorders. Roundup, which was introduced in the 1970’s, contains the chemical glyphosate, which is the focal point for Seneff’s concerns. Roundup was originally restricted to use on weeds, as glyphosate kills plants. However, Roundup is now in regular use with crops. With the coming of GMO’s, plants such as soy and corn were bioengineered to tolerate glyphosate, and its use dramatically increased. From 2001 to 2007, glyphosate use doubled, reaching 180 to 185 million pounds in the U.S. alone in 2007.

If you don’t consume corn- on- the -cob or toasted soybeans, however, you are hardly exempt from the potential effects of consuming glyphosate. Wheat is now sprayed with Roundup right before it is harvested, making any consumption of non- organic wheat bread a sure source for the chemical. In addition, any products containing corn syrup, such as soft drinks, are also carrying a payload of glyphosate.

According to studies cited by Seneff, glyphosate engages “gut bacteria” in a process known as the shikimate pathway. This enables the chemical to interfere with the biochemistry of bacteria in our GI tract, resulting in the depletion of essential amino acids .

Monsanto has maintained that glyphosate is safe for human consumption, as humans do not have the shikimate pathway. Bacteria, however, does—including the flora that constitutes “gut bacteria.”

It is this ability to affect gut bacteria that Seneff claims is the link which allows the chemical to get on board and wreak further damage. The connection between intestinal flora and neurological functioning is an ongoing topic of research. According to a number of studies, glyphosate depletes the amino acids tyrosine, tryptophan, and phenylalanine, which can then contribute to obesity, depression, autism, inflammatory bowel disease, Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s.

Monsanto disagrees. The food and chemical giant has constructed a webpage with links to scientific studies pronouncing the safety of glyphosate.

Other science writers have also taken up the Monsanto banner, scoffing at the scientific studies that prompted Seneff to make her claims. “They made it up!” pronounced Huffpost science writer Tamar Haspel, in an article thin on analysis but heavy on declarative prose.

Others, such as Skeptoid writer and PhD physicist Eric Hall, take a more measured approach, and instead focus on the studies which prompted the glyphosate concerns. According to Hall, Seneff is making an error known as the “correlation/causation error,” in which causality is inaccurately concluded when there exists only the fact that two separate items—in this case, the increased use of glyphosate and the increased incidence of autism—may be observed but are not, in fact, directly related.

Seneff’s pronouncements focus specifically on the glyphosate issue. As we know, there are other potential tributaries which may be feeding the rise in autism and also causing age-related neurological conditions, such as Alzheimer’s. These may include contents of vaccines, aluminum cooking ware as well as other potential sources for chemical consumption.

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Wet Dreams About Winston Churchill

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“I think [Winston] Churchill is one of the most dangerous men I have ever known.” – Mackenzie King, Canadian PM to King George VI, June 1939

Yes, it is a little dirty – the sort of fantasy involving that childishly destructive idea of being an imperial figure, an incorrigible traveller, and, at the end of the day, a warmonger who did a few nasty things to save a bad world from turning even worse.  This is the central tenet of Winston Churchill, that he has been excused, used and apologised for with robotic repetitiveness, drawn upon as a historical oracle, that we are left wondering what, exactly, the man actually did.

That he presided over Britain during the dark years of the Second World War is fact.  That he did so successfully cannot be contested, even if the victory came at the price of a diminished Britannia, with her lustre and lucre well and truly diminished.  After 1945, Washington had its island aircraft carrier in the fight against the Soviet Union; Britain had the drug of nostalgia, one in which Spitfire-spiked Churchilliana would figure prominently.

That Churchill, however, finds refuge in a range of commemorative actions and performances, some of which seem ludicrously offbeat.  It is almost a travesty that his image as prop has become irresistible.  When struggling, when floundering, and when looking like an abject fool, resort to Churchill to boost the macho and stroke the mojo.  This has clearly been the response of Australia’s dense buffoon-in-chief, a prime minister who has shown himself to be ideologically impervious and pragmatically incapable. Struggling for suitable precedent and salvation, Tony Abbott feels that Churchill might offer tips.

On failings, yes.  On disaster in war, yes.  Those, however, are not the titbits of wisdom to be taken from the packed Churchillian resume – instead, it is the warmonger perseverance, orb and sceptre triumphalism, cigar chomping determination, which time and time again, quote scavengers resort to.

The Australian, a paper which has cooled to Abbott the stumbler, took note of his views on the British figure, and the fact that one of his paintings, Cap D’Antibes, is displayed in Abbott’s office, a gift by Churchill to that insufferably Britannic appendage, Robert Menzies.  The occasion was the 50 year anniversary of his death.  “Mr. Abbott has been an avid reader of Churchill books” (The Weekend Australian, Jan 24).

If Abbott needs marks for fantasy, then he should get a few for reading Churchill’s A History of the English-Speaking Peoples.  Abbott also plugs The Gathering Storm, a worry given that any leader who speaks about reading the warring exploits of another is bound to be looking for tips.  “He had a life of extraordinary interest and diversity; he was an orator without peer, a man of action as well as a deep thinker – and to this day; and for many generations to come, a leader worthy of the deepest study.”

Perhaps it was the fact that much was done with little. Outclassed in virtually every department, Britain could still win a war that – and this is shaded with the collective conception of the “Allies” – the catastrophic toll of Soviet losses in the east, and the material provisions by the United States.  Perhaps this is the lesson for the little figures of history – notably ones who would otherwise be vanquished by its uncompromising wheels.

The problem is, in many ways, that Churchillian wet dreamers plough historical recesses for inspiration, constantly living in a self-inflicted shadow.  There was US President George W. Bush, who in 2001, was in search of stuffing for his ideological mission against fundamentalist Islam.  This was also complicated by his struggle with the English language, which is to say, his only language.  He had a loaned bronze bust of Churchill in the Oval office, courtesy of the British.  And choice quotations.  “The trick,” remarked The Economist (Nov 8, 2001), “seems to be working.  In the past, Mr Bush frequently seemed to be engaged in battle with the English language.  Since September 11, with Churchill’s help, he has recruited it into his grand coalition against terrorism.”

Indeed, many in the Bush administration started communing over a grand collective wet dream over the Briton as warrior and defender.   Karl Rove, the president’s substitute brain, put up a poster in the Old Executive Office Building.  Former New York mayor Rudy Giuliani, with an almost molesting enthusiasm, quoted Churchill so much he earned the title of “Churchill in a Yankees cap”, while defence secretary Donald Rumsfeld was more selective: “Sometimes the truth is so precious it must be accompanied by a bodyguard of lies” (The Telegraph, Sep 27, 2001).[1] Truly fitting.

A bevy of British historians keep insisting on visiting and re-visiting Churchill, knowing what good value he is as a commodified, televisual product, or a sales pitch at publishers who should known better. “As an 18-year-old student,” remembers Max Hastings, “I remember standing amid the vast throng outside the Cathedral as Guardsmen bore the coffin up the steps from the gun carriage.”[2] The economy may not be thriving, Britain might have lost its spark, but Churchill is always there, a self-constructed (he did, also self-construct) myth that is, as Roland Barthes explained, supposedly unchangeable in its assumptions.  Myths are contingencies and fabrications masquerading as infinite truths.

Historians like Hastings lament the almost aggressive American appropriation, a sneaking away of the British hero-leader who has followings in the US even as young Britain disbelieves. “In Britain, in contrast, polls show that many young people believe Churchill to have been a fictional character rather than a real one.”  Even Churchill’s offspring are revered, the cult of vicarious worship.  “Mary Soames, Churchill’s last surviving daughter who died last year, was constantly invited to visit America, to launch ships, and open museums.  Across the Atlantic, she was everywhere feted as a near-goddess, which indeed she was.”

Australians should show greater ambivalence to Churchill, whose role behind the Dardanelles disaster as First Lord of the Admiralty in 1915 figures as a form of imperial betrayal, a butcher’s directive.  The doyen of early Australian history, Charles Bean, prefers the tragic tone behind the futile slaughter of some 11,000 Australians and New Zealanders, collectively called Anzacs.  “Through Churchill’s excess of imagination, a layman’s ignorance of artillery and the fatal power of a young enthusiasm to overpower older and slower brains, the tragedy of Gallipoli was born.”

Not so for such figures as Prime Minister Menzies, who fed off British praise and conversations with Churchill like a desperate drunk in search for the next tipple.  “Menzies’ obsession with Churchill,” notes Graham Freudenberg in the defining Churchill and Australia, “diminished his ability to assert his authority over his supporters.”[3]  And, it might be argued, many other matters.

There are those eternally grateful for Churchill’s lethal blunder.  Turning young Australasians into corpses at Gallipoli has been a damn fine thing for the Australian identity industry, one in search of a marketable legend and wars to march to.  As Abbott’s disposition to the leader attests, the quotable Churchill never goes to seed.

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