Sunday, 27 November 2011

Erdogan to Asssad – Leave and Live

"Who’s going to stop the Zionists from using the US military to attack Iran?" asked Kevin Barrett.

"So who can stop them? Who can prevent a ruinous war on Iran?" he added, "Only the US military." he answered."

"All they need to say is: “The answer is no.”" he advised

".....The Zio-con traitors will whine: .....“Doesn’t the military have to obey executive orders and congressional mandates” ?

"Once again, the answer is no." he repeated, "If the executive orders a war crime, or congress mandates a war crime, those orders are null and void. The proper course for a military person ordered to participate in a war crime is to arrest, or in the worst-case scenario kill, the person or persons giving the illegal order." he argued. "An Israeli attack on Iran would not only be a war crime; it would be a clear example of the most terrible, most evil of all war crimes: the crime of aggression. Any US officer who participates in an attack on Iran would be committing the worst possible war crime – the worst possible crime against humanity.

If the White House and Congress ordered the US military to participate in the long-planned Zionist attack on Iran, it would be more honorable, and more legally and morally defensible, to bomb the White House and Congress to smithereens and kill all the traitors in those usurped buildings, than to fire even one bullet in anger against a people who have never attacked or threatened us.

But it shouldn’t have to come to that. If our sane military leaders (assuming that isn’t an oxymoron) make it clear that they will “just say no” if ordered to commit more war crimes – especially if the war crimes in question are part of a treasonous and suicidal attack on Iran for Israel – the bribe-sucking traitors dressed as politicians will presumably refrain from issuing any such illegal orders."

According to Kevin Barrett "Jonathan Azaziah, an Iraqi-American Muslim hailing from an ethnic Jewish background, is a 9/11 truth supporter and an outspoken critic of Zionism quited writing for Veterans Today  – and his former Veterans Today editors Gordon Duff and Jim Dean’s supporting the Libyan uprising! due to the difference of opinion over Libya". In other words for supporting Nato's war crimes in LIBYA.
In case you missed it “Attack Gadaffi to save thousands of innocent Libyans”

 In case you missed it:  Gordon Duff: AMERICA MUST ATTACK GADDAFI NOW!

Kevin Barrett is still writing for Veterans Today because He is on the same Libyan page
with Gordon Duff and Jim Dean, most likely for different reasons.   

 "Let’s face it: Qaddafi was a failure". "brother"Kevin Barrett claimed, "Where Qaddafi Failed, Islam Will Succeed," he wrote, Kadhafi "was looking for unity in all the wrong places: Arab unity, African unity, “third-world” unity." Kadhfai "was the last great Arab secular nationalist, in the mold of his hero Nasser. With his passing, Arab secular nationalism is officially dead."
Nasser was an Arabic- Muslim-progressive hero for Arabs, Muslims (Except your brotherhood), and third-world.  

No Sir...
Arab nationalism is still alive officially in Syria the Arab fort who stood firm with Iran since day one saying no and still standing firm and in realty in every Arab country. They are there in Tahrir square chanting Syria and Egypt One Hand. The real Issue is not the Golden Dinar and the Silver Dirham, the issue is would fill the vacuum, Islamic Iran and Axis of resistance, or Nato puppets lead by Nato's caliphate in Istanbul.

Get out of the box, the hands of Jim, your Dean and Gordon, your cheif editor are soacked with the blood of tens of thousand innocent Libyans. Your Dean is hailing Nato's caliphate telling Assad – Leave and Live

Now its time to save thousands of "Inncent Syrians"
But he is worried about the cost, like in Libya Jim W. Dean, is "praying for a coup…the cheapest way out. But that could turn into a bloodbath, too."
"Assad still holds some cards." the Dean of VT claimed
In fact assad still holds all his cards. So far he used only one, the overwhelming majority of his people, and his loyal army. On the opposite side, his enemies burned almost all thier cards, they still have one, "humanitarian intervention", which shall turn into a III global war. Uncle Sam is broke.The world is changing. Washington should recognize the limits of its authority and resources. And it should stop starting unnecessary wars—like in Syria..."

So, I guess, Gordon Duff, after loosing his eyes (Spies in Beirut, Syria, and Iran)  may die waiting a Syrian moment, and a "real syrian" to say: What time is it?.

Syria is not Libya, and Assad is not Kadhafi, after the fall of Saddam, the first decided to resist and fight uncle sam, not to wait his turn, while the later dropped his pantes, to be screwed later by Nato's "Real Libyans" and thats where he really failed.

"All of Israel within Iran Missile Reach"
Panetta: Iran Raid Risks World Economy
Iran Dares Israeli Attack: We Wish They’d Commit Such Mistake

“Fighting against your own people is not heroism, but cowardice”

by Jim W. Dean, VT Editor

Erdogan Speaks to Turkish Parliament - Nov 22nd, 2011
Turkey’s Prime Minister Erdogan has once again stepped up to the historical plate and hit one out of the park.
He has publicly challenged Assad not to go the way of Hitler, Mussolini, Ceausescu, and Gaddafi. I am not sure Assad is listening. He has not been so far.

Assad has pushed the envelope even more when he agreed with the Arab League to pull his troops back to the barracks, only to have them go onto the attack the next day.

It was a great humiliation and loss of face for the League, not something that they really needed or could afford.

Russia's Medvedev and Bashir Assad
Are their hypocrites among them? Of course, but they are everywhere. Throw a dart off the observation seating area in Congress and you have a better that even chance of hitting one.
But where Assad made a huge goof here, reneging on a deal in a day, that kinds of opens the door to other avenues of conflict resolution.

Assad still holds some cards. Russia has no intention of losing it’s only naval port on the Mediterranean. Iran wants to maintain it’s defense in depth with the Russian S-300 top of the line air defense missiles over Syria territory.
And China will not be leaving Iran hanging out to dry, even more so with Obama and Hillary making such a big deal over SE Asia military alliances.

The American dummies are making it very easy for China to offer a nuclear umbrella over Iran…and maybe Pakistan while they are at it. Then again, that’s what the ‘dummies’ might want.
But Erdogan is the semi wildcard here. The Israeli rhetoric has calmed down while Turkey got their F-16s upgrade package. And Gordon informed me this week that they have F-35′s on order.

Syrian Troops Continue to Desert
Have you noticed there has not been a peep in the news about oil drilling spats around Cyprus. It’s almost like if someone told all them to cool it.
I can’t imagine they got bought off, when the Super Committee turned up with dead chicken on the trillion dollars in budget cuts. Even Israel’s Iran attack hysteria has cooled down.
Meanwhile, more army troops seem to be deserting. What is happening to their families could determine whether enough joint them to turn it into a dam break.

They will need anti-armor munitions to discourage attacks against the towns.
There have been no car bombings or suicide attacks yet, but that could start up at any time. The Assad folks might even do it themselves to ‘prove’ the rebels are just terrorists, and they would not be the first. Maybe they can even borrow some frozen bodies from the Balkans from Israel that they keep in the freezer for when they need a few.

Erdogan Puts Death on the Table for Assad
News Report Text from Al Manar in Lebanon:
Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdoğan has called on embattled Syrian leader Bashar al-Assad to step down for the sake of his own people and the region, reminding him of the tragic end of Adolf Hitler and ousted Libyan leader Muammar Gaddafi.

Erdoğan said during his Justice and Development Party’s (AK Party) parliamentary meeting that “for the welfare of your own people and the region, just leave that seat.”

“Assad is showing up and saying he would fight to the death. For God’s Sake, against whom will you fight? Fighting against your own people is not heroism, but cowardice.

If you want to see someone who has fought until death against his own people, just look at Nazi Germany, just look at Hitler, at [Benito] Mussolini, at Nicolae Ceausescu in Romania,” he said.
“If you cannot draw any lessons from them, then look at the Libyan leader who was killed just 32 days ago in a manner none of us would wish for and who used the same expression you used.”
The prime minister referred to Assad’s remarks over the weekend, when the Syrian leader defiantly vowed to fight and die if needed as an Arab League deadline for his government to stop its lethal crackdown on protesters expired with 20 more people killed.
Condemning Monday’s attack on three buses carrying returning Turkish pilgrims to Turkey passing through Syria, Erdoğan called on Assad to find the perpetrators of the attack as well as those responsible for earlier attacks on Turkish missions in Syria.
Erdoğan has grown increasingly critical of the Syrian regime and said last week that the world must urgently “hear the screams” of Syria and do something to stop the bloodshed.
Turkey has allowed Syrian refugees and military defectors to take refuge on its soil and Syria’s political opposition has used Turkey as a place to meet and organize.
Assad’s deepening isolation and the growing calls for his ouster are a severe blow to a family dynasty that has ruled Syria for four decades and any change to the leadership could transform some of the most enduring alliances in the Middle East and beyond.
Tensions between the Syrian administration and Turkey have once again run high after three buses carrying Turkish pilgrims to Turkey from Saudi Arabia, where they had gone to perform the Islamic pilgrimage, were attacked at a check point in Syria on Monday.
The Turkish Foreign Ministry said the attack occurred near the central city of Homs, where Syrian activists reported at least nine people killed by security forces on Sunday. The statement said two Turkish citizens were injured in the attack.

In case you missed it: Gordon Duff Calling for unity??? What Time is It?

River to Sea Uprooted Palestinian

No comments: