Syria Timeline 2000 – 2012, Part 2 A

Timeline of 2000 – 2012, The Clinton Years of 2009-2012 July 17, 2000 – Basshar al Assad takes office November 2000- The Basshar Assad orders the release of 600 political prisoners. April 2001 – Outlawed Muslim Brotherhood says it will resume political activity, 20 years after its leaders were forced to flee. June 2001 – Syrian troops evacuate Beirut, redeploy in other parts of Lebanon, following pressure from Lebanese critics of Syria’s presence. September 2001 – Detention of MPs and other pro-reform activists, crushing hopes of a break with the authoritarian past of Hafez al-Assad. Arrest continues, punctuated by occasional amnesties, … Continue reading

Why Is There Such A Problem With Syria – Part 2 Overview, 2000-2017

  As I mentioned in the beginning, I started this as a quick timeline using just information on Syria. The purpose was to better understand how a president could order vile chemicals and other things against his own people. The more I delved into the timeline, the more I realized this wasn’t about one man though leadership is a strong indicator; but, it is really the events leading up to his installation and about all of the events surrounding his time as president. In many ways I do believe Assad is a bully autocratic leader. He is after all a … Continue reading

Syria Beginning Timeline 1942 – 2000, Part 1 A

The Beginning Timeline 1942- 2000 1942 – President Roosevelt introduces the Declaration of the United Nations April 25, 1945 – United Nations begins with the United Nations Conference on International Organization began in San Francisco. 1947 – Michel Aflaq and Salah-al-Din al-Bitar founded the Arab Socialist Baath Party in Syria 1947 – George Soros is reported to have arrived in London supposedly flat broke at age 16 through countless Soviet checkpoints and German war zoness where he quickly enrolls in London School of Economics 1952 – George Soros graduates earning bachelors and eventually Masters In Philosophy, works briefly in financial … Continue reading

Why Is There Such A Problem With Syria – Part 1 Overview

  Why Is There Such A Problem With Syria   We have had ample history over a thousand years of the rise, encroachment, receding, and dissolution of the Ottoman Empire and all those who were Islamic followers. In most cases, western cultures do not understand them nor their lifestyles at all and there is often a clash on beliefs and laws. Most westerners do understand that the different groups in the Middle East have been warring for as long as there have been tribes and sects of Islam. Just as most westerners today realize many of the so-called radicals follow … Continue reading

After The Meeting Between Trump and Chinese President Xi Jinping

  After the meeting between President Trump and Chinese President Xi Jinping in which several topics were discussed, the China and the world was shocked by Trump’s Syrian missile attack. Everyone also took notice as Trump and his military deployed the  nuclear-powered USS Carl Vinson aircraft carrier strike group from Singapore to North Korea. In a direct response to the rising tensions, China has now taken defensive steps as well. Navy Adm. Harry B. Harris Jr., commander of U.S. Pacific Command, according to a DoD press release on April 10th, directed the Carl Vinson Strike Group to sail north and report on station in the … Continue reading

Newt Gingrich discussing U.S. airstrikes in Syria.

April 7 at 2:08pm ~Thoughts, anyone?

CNN’s Narrative Takes It On The Chin

Smug little blonde fake newser Brooke Baldwin over at CNN today tried to frame a Syrian survivor of the 2013 gas attacks, going so far as to play a clip of the Hildabeast screeching about Trump’s anti-refugee stance.  What happened next is hilarious, an epic fail of the MSM narrative.  Guess Li’l Brookie doesn’t have a kill button on her console.  Watch her purse her lips and try to conceal a sneer.  BWA HA HA HA! https://youtu.be/s3uaf1NFxXc — SafeSpace —

Neocons Rejoice: US Launches Missile Attack On Syria

Well, did we not predict this?  Trump and T-Rex took the bait and have assigned blame for the Syrian chemical attack earlier this week on Bashir al-Assad, despite strong evidence to the contrary.  The American response was a targeted cruise missile attack on a Syrian airbase, launched last night.  No offense intended to our President, but would someone please explain to me how entering into war in Syria is in “the vital national interest” of the United States? It remains to be seen how the Russians react, as they were briefed in advance.  Reactions of our other so-called allies in … Continue reading

Soros-Funded Syrian False Flag Attack: Neocon Bait For Trump

First, it is unlikely that sarin gas was used to kill the Syrian kids.  Study the photos, and you’ll note that missing from the victims are the symptoms known as SLUDGE: Salivation, Lacrimation, Urination, Diarrhea, Gastrointestinal upset and Emesis.  Said another way, the victims should have fluids coming out of every hole.  They do not. Second, about 250 people went missing in the region about a month before the attack.  This attack had 50 victims.  Are they 20% of those missing in this ISIS-controlled region, conveniently placed as human pawns by those Islamist gentlemen at ISIS?  That is a tactic … Continue reading

John McCain, King Putt, and the Ongoing Horror Show in Syria

Set in the context of the Obama Regime’s pro-ISIS manipulation of the Syrian situation, and the ongoing assistance Obama’s policies have received from John McCain, the recent chemical weapons attack on Syrian civilians looks like a false flag, planted to support UniParty demands to take Assad out.  Officially at least, Donald Trump seems to be buying into this madness.  John McCain allies himself with the forces of evil in the conflict between Islamist savages and the civilized world on a regular basis.  Following the money is a challenge, but it’s apparent that McCain is benefiting somehow from assisting our enemies … Continue reading

Saturday Was A Learning Day For ISIS – Trump, Mattis Taught Them A Lesson

Posted on January 23, 2017 by Rick Wells In his first full day on the job General James Mattis introduced himself to ISIS in a very hostile, unfriendly manner, far different from the courteous leaflet dropping in advance of a strike or returning with armaments not deployed policies of Obama and Ashton Carter. The new Trump administration has said throughout the campaign that a major offensive to eradicate the terrorist group would be among their first acts as president. Now that President Trump his man is in place at DoD, the eradication is underway. The Department of Defense reported the activity on … Continue reading

October 5: Military airstrikes continue against ISIL terrorists in Syria and Iraq

In all of this hoopla of politics, we tend to forget about those military personnel who are in harms way overseas. I came across this today as usual by researching something else. To those who are far and near in the military, I salute you and thank you for the service you sacrifice for every day. October 5: Military airstrikes continue against ISIL terrorists in Syria and Iraq Release No: 16-095 Oct. 5, 2016 FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE SOUTHWEST ASIA – On Oct. 4, coalition military forces conducted 28 strikes against ISIL terrorists in Syria and Iraq. In Syria, coalition military … Continue reading

Russia, China, Iran Coaltion Going Active

China all set to join Russian offensive vs. Islamist, other anti-Assad forces in Syria Christiantoday.com Shianee Mamanglu-Regala 11 October 2015 China’s aircraft carrier Liaoning cruises back to port after a sea trial in Dalian, China. The warship was reported to have been deployed in the Mediterranean in preparation for a possible Chinese military role in the Russian offensive against opposition forces in Syria. The reports about China joining the fight against ISIS and other opposition groups in Syria emanated from the Middle East last week when Beijing issued a statement about the need for a strong coordinated response to the … Continue reading

Russia Expanding Presence In Syria

The Bear Steps In: Russia’s Expanding Military Presence in Syria by Jonathan Spyer The Jerusalem Post September 12, 2015 Originally published under the title “Russia’s Military Presence in Syria.” Some of the photos reportedly posted to social media in recent days by Russian soldiers in Syria’s Latakia province. The current increase of the Russian military presence in northwest Syria is a function of the declining military fortunes of the Assad regime. It represents a quantitative, rather than qualitative, change in the nature of the Russian engagement in Syria. Moscow’s goal throughout the conflict has been to keep Syrian President Bashar Assad in power by … Continue reading

Reality versus Fantasy – Obama’s Proxy War In Syria

From Canada Free Press The Kurdish people are fighting our terrorist enemies and losing their lives in the process, and it’s not just men, 30% of Kurdish fighters are now female fighters, who can never be captured alive.  Think about that the next time you can’t find a shopping cart at the local grocery store.  Think about it when you’re grilling hot dogs and burgers this Fourth of July, or when you hear the national anthem this weekend.  These men and women fight in your place.  Think about what you have done for them. Of course Turkey is making a … Continue reading

Lt. Col Ralph Peters: Obama Conducting A Phony War

Megyn Kelly has retired Lt. Col. Ralph Peters on who sums up the cluster show that is the phony “War on ISIS”.  It’s all about the November elections and nothing more. The Kurds are being screwed again.  The Kurds have been the only force that was willing to fight ISIS and have been given minimal aid by the USA.  The Kurds have wanted their own homeland since the Turkish Ottomans annexed the area in 1514.  There have been uprisings for a Kurdish homeland since 1880 and the Kurds have remained a thorn for Turkey to this day. No doubt the … Continue reading

Ebola and ISIS: a chronic comparison

What does Ebola have in common with ISIS?. The simple answer is Obama. But that is where the commonality ends. Both represent threats and catastrophic circumstances. The talk about Ebola is the call and challenge to scale up the treatment of Ebola. In fact, from the Center for Disease control, they say it is not just a problem for African areas but a problem for the whole world. It demands a world-wide response. The World Health Organization is telling everyone it demands our response. See WHO video here. CDC: “I wish every world leader could see what I have seen. … Continue reading

ISIS, ISIL, or IS – Which is Correct?

  From Allen West:   I’d been wondering myself what the difference is, so I was glad to see this from West explaining which term is correct. This week I listened to two Obama administration spokesmen, Josh “Not So” Earnest from the White House, and Rear Admiral Kirby from the Pentagon in relation to the Islamic terrorist army freely operating in Iraq and Syria. These two individuals and many other voices out of the Obama administration refer to them as ISIL (Islamic State in Iraq and the Levant). The group has professed the establishment of an Islamic caliphate and refers to … Continue reading

Syria Terrorists Receive 2nd Batch of US Anti-Tank Missiles

TEHRAN (FNA)– Terrorist groups fighting against the Syrian government said they have received the second batch of US-made anti-tank missiles. According to the Saudi daily Akkaz, the Takfiri militants have received TOW anti-tank rockets in the strategic Qalamoun region, Al-Alam reported. On April 15, an unnamed militant source said that members of the Hazm movement “have for the first time received more than 20 TOW anti-tank missiles from a western source”. “More have been promised, should it be proven that the missiles are being used in an effective way,” the source said. Online videos showed militants using the American-built weapons … Continue reading

DHS Adviser Says Caliphate’s Return Inevitable

Known for his statements that “America is an Islamic Country”, Elibiary is back out front. by John Rossomando • Jun 16, 2014 | IPT A member of President Obama’s Homeland Security Advisory Council known for controversial Twitter posts that seem to support the Muslim Brotherhood wrote Friday that it is “inevitable that ‘Caliphate’ returns.” Mohamed Elibiary has been controversial since he was first appointed to the taskforce in 2010. He was closely associated with Shukri abu Baker, former executive director of the Holy Land Foundation for Relief and Development – one of five people convicted for illegal Hamas support in … Continue reading