[...] in a response to what looks like a slow death at Aleppo for his al-Qaeda proxy-army, William Hague announced that further support (thanks, of course, to British tax-payers) will be made available to the terrorists and foreign mercenaries that constitute the Free ‘Syrian’ Army. Clarification then followed regarding how this support would consist of the latest satellite telephones and media training. Dubbed ‘non-lethal’, on one level, Hague’s insistence that this British aid is somehow neutral is a lie because provision given to the terrorists in Syria for propaganda purposes has already proven quite deadly. As the established pattern now indicates, the requirement to create a media narrative always provokes a massacre committed by the terrorists to be blamed on the Syrian Government. Besides which, it has become clear that British Special Forces are on the ground to ‘liaise with opposition leaders’ – which is a euphemism for directing the battles. Either way, the British tax-payer is culpable for the death of innocent human beings in Syria because it cannot bring its rogue government to heel.
As the conflict in Syria goes on, the Western powers have become more blatant in their support for the Free ‘Syrian’ Army. Amongst the coverage of the process of this alignment, there are readily available fragments of information which, when they are pieced together, show how from the very top, in Washington and London, a decision has been made to facilitate none other than al-Qaeda, and to operate, in an alliance with Islamist terrorists, in order to overthrow a sovereign government by a military invasion.
Last week it was revealed that the US President Obama had long ago secretly authorised the CIA to give material aid to the Free ‘Syrian’ Army towards the aim of overthrowing the Syrian Government. If it ever was needed, this was another indicator that the US Government has never been interested in peace in Syria, but only furthering a plan of acquiring territory and influence in the Middle East that, if one would seek it out, is clearly stated in documents by US strategy think-tanks.
When asked if British intelligence agents were involved in Syria with the same mandate as American ones – that is to overthrow the Syrian Government – Hague naturally refused to comment. However, a Daily Mail report that carried news of shipments of satellite phones to the Free ‘Syrian’ Army gave the latest conformation that the SAS and SBA were in Jordon, and ‘slipping into Syria on missions’; justification was offered by former member of the Government’s Joint Intelligence Committee, Richard Kemp: ‘The UK Government cannot give practical support to the rebels without a presence inside Syria’.
If UK Special Forces have been doing the same as the CIA, then at the very least they will have been directing weapons to the terrorist and foreign mercenary invasion force. These activities by the CIA are a known fact reported in none less than the New York Times. So in June, it came to the world’s attention that CIA officers were in southeast Turkey to supervise the flow of arms to ‘numerous opposition factions’ – including, by dint of their very intrinsic nature, groups that proclaim affiliation with, or are Al-Qaeda. The importation of terrorists to Syria has been well documented by the alternative media, and has been so rampant that the corporate-media has not been able to deny it. Through this coverage it is widely known that the Adana base in Turkey is supposed to be the ‘secret’ staging post from which the invasion has been launched. Its proximity to the United States air base at Incirlik suggests that this is the place where the likes of the Tripoli Brigade, fresh from overthrowing Gaddafi’s government for the CIA, were airlifted into the region.
There have even been claims that British forces have been fighting alongside the Free ‘Syrian’ Army, and although this cannot be verified, there is a very good chance that the terrorists are being organised by professionals of the Queen’s private army. The clues of this come in the way that events on the ground are co-ordinated with diplomatic efforts to marginalise the Syrian Government. The best example of this was the opening blow of ‘Operation Damascus Volcano’ – the explosion in the national security buildings (now thought, in some circles, to be the work of a drone and not a bomb delivered on the ground) – that was timed to coincide with a crucial vote in the UN Security Council.
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“GCHQ is happy to be part of a mature debate on privacy in the digital age,” Hannigan said. “But privacy ...