October 13, 2012
Alongside the US-sponsored Free Syrian Army (FSA) there are other extremists assisting the terrorist faction. According to state-run media, the new friends of the FSA are called Jabhat al-Nusra (JAN) , or the Support Front. There are assumptions that this group is tied to al-Qaeda.
The globalist-funded Syrian Observatory for Human Rights (SOHR) has been feeding mainstream media rhetoric that is pro-FSA. The SOHR say that the JAN is working with the FSA against Assad’s armies in events like the destruction at Aleppo.
In August, UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon spoke with Iranian leaders about Syria and violations against human rights. Ban’s talk was premeditated, as he knows that Iran is part of the BRICs nations and would be attending the Non-Aligned Movement summit.
Ban also spoke with the Iranian President Mahoud Ahmadinejad to explain how the UN expects Iran to support them in their endeavors against Syria and the proxy war the US is fighting in the region by funding the terrorist groups who have been invading the country. The UN, having admitted they found “foreign elements” operating in Syria, still placed the blame of mounting violence on the Syrian government.
However, the UN Security Council are not moving toward exposing the planted terrorist groups in Syria, but rather push for the removal of Assad in an internationally supported regime change.
UN investigators claim that there is “a formidable and extraordinary body of evidence” that Syria is killing their own citizens by knowingly striking civilian areas with daily airstrikes.
In response to the schemes of the UN to demonize Assad, Russian and China have vetoed such assertions at Assembly meetings. This has stymied the Obama and Israeli governments from receiving the international support they need to begin overt operations in Syria.
It is known that terrorist factions are active in 17 Middle Eastern countries such as Afghanistan, Libya, Yemen; as well as nation-state support for these “killers” by the US and Saudi Arabia. Russia is aware that US-controlled countries like Turkey, Libya and Qatar are using terrorists to commit acts of violence to influence the direction of these countries. Maria Khodynskaya-Golenishcheva, Russian diplomat, explains: “There are Jihadist mercenaries fighting on the opposition side. Those who in the view of some states are bringing democracy to the region are in actual fact carrying out mass murder.”
In August, Obama signed a secret order authorizing the CIA and other governmental agencies to support the FSA. The US government is secretly arming the FSA with technology such as smartphones and sophisticated computer equipment to aid in advantage of these guerilla clusters who can now communicate through cellular phones.
The Syrian government sent messages to the FSA through their cell phones, demanding that they surrender their weapons. The US and the UK have been funding the technological advancement of the FSA. This is also been the all-important mode of communication between the terrorist group and their supporters. In response, the FSA are trying to convince Syrians that Assad is going to shut down the internet and information access of the Syrian people. However, it is the digital communications of the FSA with the CIA and the US government that are being threatened.
The Turkish government intercepted a passenger plane that was carrying communications equipment into Syria. As they could not allow this grab to go to waste, a new twist was placed on the information. While the plane was most likely delivering telecommunications technology to the FSA, it was purported that this plane was headed for the Syrian government and became a victory against the Syrian government.
Included on the intercepted plane was military armory and ammunition that would have been given to the FSA. However Turkey claims that they stopped a shipment from Russia to Syria.
The US Treasury has granted release of funds to the FSA through the Syrian Support Group (SSG), a Washington representative of the FSA to conduct financial transactions. The SSG’s “vision” is to “promote the establishment of a free, independent and democratic Syria.”
Whenever the ideals of democracy are brought to a foreign nation, through the assistance of the US government, American interests in the resources of that nation are evident.
Last week it was discovered that the FSA are being armed by Saudi Arabia. The attack in Aleppo was actually funded with ammunition and weaponry from the US-aligned Middle Eastern nation. The FSA denies knowledge of how they came to obtain this shipment from Saudi Arabia; however it is fairly obvious that the Salafi extremists in their country are supporting the US-backed terrorist faction. Saudi officials have also declined comment thinking that refusal to speak will correspond with their ignorance. Yet, Saudi ammunition has been used since the inception of the CIA-trained “rebels” paid for my “foreign aid” from the US and British governments.
This subversive supplying of weapons to terrorists has resulted in the use of IEDs and car bombs to destroy the intelligence headquarters of the Syrian government in Damascus.
Terrorist plots carried out by CIA-trained men on behalf of the Zionist regime are murdering untold numbers of Syrians. This devastation coincides with the preparations for military strike against Iran. Ultimately, the Zionists are setting the stage for a massive depopulation scheme with the manipulation of super-powers and their allies.
One example of the US using terrorist groups to carry out acts of violence happened at a rented villa in Benghazi with the death of US Ambassador J. Christopher Stevens, Service Information Management Officer Sean Smith and 2 US Marines who were protecting them. This was a clear hit on Stevens by the Salafi extremist group, the Partisans of Sharia who are tied to the Saudi Arabian government and the Muslim Brotherhood.
Earlier this month, at the UN General Assembly’s annual ministerial meeting the accusation that the US and Israel are “aiding terrorists” was voiced by Syrian representative al-Moallem. He said: “This terrorism which is externally supported is accompanied by unprecedented media provocation based on igniting religious extremism sponsored by well-known states in the region that facilitate the flow of arms, money and fighters through the borders of some neighboring countries.”
Al-Mollem maintains that the US and Israeli interference in Syria and their quest through proxy war to bring down Assad’s government are disregarding “the domestic affairs of Syria, and the unity of its people and its sovereignty.”
In the beginning of this year, Faisal Mukdad , the deputy Foreign Minister for Syria and government spokesman, explained that al-Qaeda has been working to create the FSA from the inception of the US proxy war in his country. Mukdad says that those foreign agitators have “escalated the attacks” and that Syria has the right to defend itself.
Mukdad blames the US government and France for thwarting peace plans; referring to French foreign minister Alain Juppe’s comment “calling for war”. He says, “This is what the West wants – extremist and al-Qaeda forces controlling the whole region.”
This week trained men from France were sent to Syria to add to the FSA and were behind a grenade attack at a local market. The French government claims these men are home-grown Islamic militants that work with an international network of jihadists. In actuality these men where specially trained to assist the US-sponsored terrorists in Syria to aid in the proxy war being fought.
In Britain, two men were recently arrested at Heathrow Airport on suspicion of supporting terrorism in Syria. This has prompted the French government to put the country on high alert for attacks by radical Islamists linked to al-Qaeda (who are a US-creation).
The propaganda abounds in this subversive war with Syria. In order to control the masses in France, as in the US, young protesters are being demonized, linked to fake radical movements, and incarcerated. At the same time, there are trained specialists being sent by various governments in the benefit of the US interests against Syria.