Syria seen from Russia

In Moscow, the pro-western intelligentsia see the war in Syria as a distant conflict in which the Kremlin has aligned the country with the wrong side to maintain a useless naval base in Tartus by Thierry Meyssan Conversely, Putin sees the war as an episode of a conflict which, by virtue of the “Brzezinski doctrine”, has pitted since 1978 the […]

The Arab League’s Historic Mistake

So, the Arab League openly takes a page out of NATO’s book and proposes to break international law by taking sides in an internal conflict in a sovereign state, Syria by Timothy Bancroft-Hinchey The Arab League leaders probably do not notice it in their haste to lick the boots of the western masters who have always kicked their people, but […]

Syria: Democracy vs. Foreign Invasion. Who is Bashar Al Assad?

A Syrian’s Perspective: Bashar al-Assad’s Democratic Movement by Arabi Souri Bashar al-Assad has recently been demonized by the mainstream and so-called alternative media who claim that he is a brutal dictator. Actually Bashar is a reformer who has done much to further the causes of democracy and freedom. It is the opposition and their foreign supporters who represent the most […]

Conversation With a Syrian in Syria

By Seth Rutledge Aref Hamdoush lives in Lattakia.  He is a military and political analyst and has studies military science for 5 years.  His sources include friends in the Syrian army, and former friends who have joined the FSA (so-called “Free Syrian Army” which is supported by the “West”). Seth Rutledge: Are there many demonstrations going on in Syria? Aref Hamdoush: […]

Terrorism with a “Human Face”

The History of America’s Death Squads. Death Squads in Iraq and Syria. The Historical Roots of US-NATO’s Covert War on Syria by Prof Michel Chossudovsky The recruitment of death squads is part of a well established US military-intelligence agenda. There is a long and gruesome US history of covert funding and support of  terror brigades andtargeted assassinations going back to the […]

British State Terrorism from Northern Ireland to Syria

This story connects far-flung places. Kenya, Malaya, Northern Ireland and now Syria. The one over-arching theme is British counter-insurgency strategy, or more plainly, the use of state terrorism by British forces to achieve political objectives by Finian Cunningham The story came alive again this week with two seemingly unrelated news developments. First, we learn of deeper involvement of Britain’s military […]

Resisting Genocide

Syria, North Korea and Cuba by Gearóid Ó Colmáin As NATO and Gulf Co-operation Council terrorists persist in their attempt to destroy the Syrian Arab Republic with car bombs, torture, beheadings and mayhem, the Syrian state has still shown no evidence of imminent collapse. Russia has sent 5 warships to the Mediterranean. China has continued to condemn, albeit with extreme diplomacy, […]

Syria: Libya 2.0

21st Century Conflict and Connections to the Past It should come as no surprise that the UK is in breach of international law yet again. With its not-so-covert intervention in Syria, under the umbrella of the same ‘responsibility to protect’ (R2P) mantra which justified the murder of over 100,000 innocent Libyans, the UK government is happy once again to flout […]