Saturday, August 31, 2013

More Evidence that Syrian Rebels Gassed 1,429 Syrians, 426 Children

We know that Syria has chemical weapons, but we don't know why President Bashar Assad would use nerve gas on civilians in a civil war he is winning. On the other hand, there are two likely scenarios in which the al Qaeda dominated rebels are responsible for the attack, and both are supported by evidence.
    Syrian Rebels move arms through tunnelsSyrian Rebels prepare chemical artillery
  1. Rebels admit gas attack result of mishandling of chemical weapons
  2. Rebels attacked civilians in order to provoke a US attack on President Assad's forces:
    - Evidence Syrian rebels used chemical weapons (victims' testimony, Free Syrian Army (FSA) threats to launch chemical attacks,  FSA chemical weapons seized by Syrian Army, previous FAS use of sarin gas) 
    - Video shows rebels launching chemical weapons attacks
    - Turkish police apprehend Syrian fighters with 2 kg of sarin gas.
Either way, progressive Western media supports the rebels, even to the extent that CNN was caught s staging news segments on Syria with actors. Therefore it's probably unlikely that word of this will spread widely and quickly enough to stop US cruise missile attacks on Assad's forces. 

Friday, August 30, 2013

Bloomberg News wakes up from an 18 month nap, discovers al-Qaeda now dominates Syrian rebels.

So "Radical Sunni Islamist" are just now dominating the Syrian rebels according to Bloomberg News. If only they had seen these headlines:

  • February 18, 2012 Syrian Rebels Release Video Showcasing al-Qaeda Connection… 
  • April 30, 2012 Bombings spread in Syria as Al Qaeda seizes control of rebel factions
  • July 15, 2002 Syrian rebels flying Al-Qaeda battle flags in parts of Aleppo and Idlib
  • July 31. 2012 Al-Qaeda Jihadists Are The Best Fighters Among The Syria Rebels
  • August 16, 2012 Syrian rebel commander warns the West: Give us more help or we will side with Al Qaeda – Rebel commander warns if Al Qaeda enters flash point city of Aleppo it will become their base ‘within three months’