revolutions, like that in Syria, are carefully planned and well
funded. Here is how it all started.
the US elections enter their final 3 month stretch, an unusually
strong emphasis has been placed on foreign policy, with each
candidate blaming the other for the creation of ISIS, the mess that
is Libya, and the civil war in Syria.
the candidates (HRC) even
blame Russia for ISIS,
even though last I checked Vladimir Putin was not running for the US
could only be so lucky.
is often lost in the debate and rhetoric is how we went from secular
and stable states in Iraq, Libya and Syria, and have now come to the
present day situation.
was illegally invaded by George W. Bush in search of those mysterious
was torn apart by Hillary Clinton, Sarkozi and Cameron.
Muammar Gaddafi suffered a horrible death as Hillary
joy. Gaddafi’s crime…proposing to set up an African currency
backed by gold and not the USD.
well that’s where things seem a bit blurry.
the civil war broke out, Syria was a safe, prosperous, and very
secular Middle East nation. How Syria devolved into the tragic chaos
that plagues it today, is muddled up in dozens of false claims of
chemical attacks, moderate rebels, freedom fighters, and other
scripted narratives, purposefully meant to blur the operation
launched against Assad by the “exceptional” nation.
in Syria did not just happen by chance, nor was it some sort of
revolutions, like that in Syria, are carefully planned and
well funded. Do
not let history and fact be polluted by the corrupt media and
Washington politicians, that look to wash away their sins, while
rewriting the past to paint a fantasy picture.
day before Deraa: How the war broke out in Syria
day before September 11, 2001 was like any normal day in New York
City. September 10, 2001 was unaware of the earthshaking events
which would happen the next day.
one might think the day before the violence broke out in Deraa, Syria
in March 2011 would have been an uneventful day, unaware of the
uprising about to begin.
that was not the case. Deraa was teaming with activity and
foreign visitors to Syria well before the staged uprising began its
Omari Mosque was the scene of backstage preparations, costume changes
and rehearsals. The Libyan terrorists, fresh from the
battlefield of the US-NATO regime change attack on
Libya, were in Deraa well ahead of the March 2011 uprising violence.
The cleric of the Omari Mosque was Sheikh Ahmad al Sayasneh .
He was an older man with a severe eye problem, which caused him to
wear special dark glasses, and severely hampered his vision. He
was not only visually impaired, but light sensitive as well, which
caused him to be indoors as much as possible and often isolated.
He was accustomed to judging the people he talked with by their
accent and voice. The Deraa accent is distinctive. All of the
men attending the Omari Mosque were local men, all with the common
Deraa accent. However, the visitors from Libya did not make
themselves known to the cleric, as that would blow their cover.
Instead, they worked with local men; a few key players who they
worked to make their partners and confidants. The participation of
local Muslim Brotherhood followers, who would assist the foreign
Libyan mercenaries/terrorists, was an essential part of the CIA plan,
which was well scripted and directed from Jordan.
the aid and cooperation of local followers of Salafism allowed the
Libyans to move in Deraa without attracting any suspicion. The
local men were the ‘front’ for the operation.
CIA agents running the Deraa operation from their office in Jordan
had already provided the weapons and cash needed to fuel the flames
of revolution in Syria. With enough money and weapons,
you can start a revolution anywhere in the world.
reality, the uprising in Deraa in March 2011 was not fueled by
graffiti written by teenagers, and there were no disgruntled parents
demanding their children to be freed. This was part
of the Hollywood style script written by skilled CIA agents, who had
been given a mission: to destroy Syria for the purpose of regime
change. Deraa was only Act 1: Scene 1.
fact that those so-called teenaged graffiti artists and their parents
have never been found, never named, and never pictured is the first
clue that their identity is cloaked in darkness.
any uprising there needs to be grassroots support. Usually, there is
a situation which arises, and protesters take to the streets.
The security teams step in to keep the peace and clear the streets
and if there is a ‘brutal crackdown’ the otherwise ‘peaceful
protesters’ will react with indignation, and feeling oppressed and
wronged, the numbers in the streets will swell. This is
the point where the street protests can take two directions: the
protesters will back down and go home, or the protesters can react
with violence, which then will be met with violence from the security
teams, and this sets the stage for a full blown uprising.
staged uprising in Deraa had some locals in the street who were
unaware of their participation in a CIA-Hollywood production.
They were the unpaid extras in the scene about to be shot.
These unaware extras had grievances, perhaps lasting a
generation or more, and perhaps rooted in Wahhabism, which is a
political ideology exported globally by the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia
and the Royal family and their paid official.
Libyans stockpiled weapons at the Omari Mosque well before any rumor
spread about teenagers arrested for graffiti. The cleric,
visually impaired and elderly, was unaware of the situation inside
his Mosque, or of the foreign infiltrators in his midst.
weapons came into Deraa from the CIA office in Jordan. The US
government has close ties to the King of Jordan. Jordan
is 98% Palestinian, and yet has a long lasting peace treaty with
Israel, despite the fact that 5 million of the Jordanian citizen’s
relatives next door in Occupied Palestine are denied any form of
human rights. The King of Jordan has to do a daily
high-wire balancing act between his citizens, the peace and safety in
his country and America’s interests and projects in the Middle
East. King Abdullah is not only a tight-rope walker, but
a juggler at the same time, and all of this pressure on him must be
enormous for him, and Queen Rania, who is herself Palestinian.
These facts must be viewed in the forefront of the background painted
scenery of The Syrian Arab Republic, which has for the last 40 years
had a cornerstone of domestic and foreign policy carved and set in
the principle of Palestinian human rights and Palestinian freedom and
US policy to attack Syria for the purpose of regime change was not
just about the gas lines, the oil wells, the strategic location and
the gold: but it was about crushing that cornerstone of Palestinian
rights into dust. To get rid of President Bashar al Assad was
to get rid of one of the few Arab leaders who are an unwavering voice
of Palestinian rights.
location directly on the Jordanian border is the sole reason it was
picked for the location-shoot of the opening act of the Syrian
uprising. If you were to ask most Syrians, if they
had ever been to Derra, or ever plan to go, they will answer, “No.”
It is a small and insignificant agricultural town. It is a very
unlikely place to begin a nationwide revolution. Deraa has a
historical importance because of archeological ruins, but that is
lost on anyone other than history professors or archeologists.
The access to the weapons from Jordan made Deraa the
perfect place to stage the uprising which has turned into an
international war. Any person with common sense would assume an
uprising or revolution in Syria would begin in Damascus or Aleppo,
the two biggest cities.
Even after 2 ½ years of violence around the
country, Aleppo’s population never participated in the uprising, or
call for regime change. Aleppo: the large industrial
powerhouse of Syria wanted nothing to do with the CIA mission, and
felt that by staying clear of any participation they could be spared
and eventually the violence would die out, a natural death due to
lack of participation of the civilians.
However, this was not
to play out for Aleppo. Instead, the US supported Free Syrian
Army, who were mainly from Idlib and the surrounding areas, invited
in their foreign partners, and they came pouring into Aleppo from
Turkey, where they had taken Turkish Airlines flights from
Afghanistan, Europe, Australia and North Africa landing in Istanbul,
and then transported by buses owned by the Turkish government to the
Turkey-Aleppo border. The airline tickets, buses, paychecks,
supplies, food, and medical needs were all supplied in Turkey by an
official from Saudi Arabia. The weapons were all supplied by
the United States of America, from their warehouse at the dock of
Benghazi, Libya. The US-NATO regime change mission had ended in
success in Libya, with America having taken possession of all the
weapons and stockpiles formerly the property of the Libyan
government, including tons of gold bullion taken by the US government
from the Central Bank of Libya.
the Libyans stage right. Mehdi al Harati, the Libyan with an Irish
passport, was put in charge of a Brigade of terrorists working under
the pay and direction of the CIA in Libya. Once his fighting
subsided there, he was moved to Northern Syria, in the Idlib area,
which was the base of operation for the American backed Free Syrian
Army, who Republican Senator John McCain lobbied for in the US
Congress, and personally visited, illegally entering Syria without
any passport or border controls. In Arizona, Sen. McCain is in
favor of deporting any illegal alien entering USA, but he himself
broke international law by entering Syria as an illegal and
undocumented alien. However, he was in the company of trusted
friends and associates, the Free Syrian Army: the same men who
beheaded Christians and Muslims, raped females and children of both
sexes, sold girls as sex slaves in Turkey, and ate the raw liver of a
man, which they proudly videoed and uploaded.
Syria did not have any Al Qaeda terrorists, and had passed through
the war in neighboring Iraq none the worse for wear, except having
accepted 2 million Iraqis as refugee guests. Shortly before the Deraa
staged uprising began, Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie were in Damascus
and being driven around by the President and First Lady. Pitt and
Jolie had come to visit and support the Iraqi war refugees in
Damascus. Brad Pitt was amazed that the Syrian President would
drive him around personally, and without any body guards or security
detail. Pitt and Jolie were used to their own heavy security
team in USA. Pres. Assad explained that he and his wife were
comfortable in Damascus, knowing that it was a safe place.
Indeed, the association of French travel agents had deemed Syria as
the safest tourist destination in the entire Mediterranean region,
meaning even safer than France itself.
the US strategy was to create a “New Middle East”, which would do
away with safety in Syria; through the ensuing tornado, aka ‘winds
Libya, Egypt and then Syria were the stepping stones in the garden of
the “Arab Spring”. But, the scenario in the Syrian mission
did not stay on script. It went over deadline and over
budget. The final credits have yet to be rolled, and the
curtain has yet to fall on the stage.
can’t under estimate the role that mainstream media had to play in
the destruction of Syria. For example, Al Jazeera’s Rula Amin
was in Deraa and personally interviewed the cleric Sayasneh at the
Omari Mosque. Al Jazeera is the state owned and operated
media for the Prince of Qatar. The Prince of Qatar was one of
the key funders of the terrorists attacking Syria. The USA was
sending the weapons, supplies and providing military satellite
imagery, however the cash to make payroll, to pay out bribes in
Turkey, and all other expenses which needed cold cash in hand was
being paid out by the Prince of Qatar and the King of Saudi Arabia,
who were playing their roles as closest Middle East allies of the
United States of America. This was a production team between
USA, EU, NATO, Turkey, Jordan, Israel and the Persian Gulf Arab
monarchies of Saudi Arabia and Qatar primarily. The CIA has no
problem with covert operations in foreign countries, and even full
scale attacks, but the matter of funding needs to come from a foreign
country, because the American voters don’t care about killing
people in Syria, but they would never agree to pay for it. As
long as the Arabs were paying for the project, that was OK by Mr.
John Q. Public, who probably was not able to find Syria on a map
Amin and others of the Al Jazeera staff, and including the American
CNN, the British BBC and the French France24 all began deliberate
political propaganda campaign against the Syrian government and the
Syrian people who were suffering from the death and destruction
brought on by the terrorists who were pretending to be players in a
local uprising. Some days, the scripts were so similar
that you would have guessed they were all written in the same hotel
room in Beirut. Onto the stage stepped the online media
personalities of Robert Fisk, from his vantage point in Beirut and
Joshua Landis from his perch in Oklahoma.
These 2 men, sitting
so far removed from the actual events, pretended to know everything
going on in Syria. British and American readers were swayed by
their deliberate one-sided explanations, while the actual Syrians
living inside Syria, who read in English online, were baffled.
Syrians were wondering how Western writers could take the side of the
terrorists who were foreigners, following Radical Islam and attacking
any unarmed civilian who tried to defend their home and family. The
media was portraying the terrorists as freedom fighters and heroes of
democracy, while they were raping, looting, maiming, kidnapping for
ransom and murdering unarmed civilians who had not read the script
before the shooting began in Deraa. There was one global movie
trailer, and it was a low budget cell phone video which went viral
around the world, and it sold the viewers on the idea of Syria being
in the beginning of a dramatic fight for freedom, justice and the
American way. From the very beginning, Al Jazeera and all
the rest of the media were paying $100.00 to any amateur video shot
in Syria. A whole new cottage industry sprang up in Syria, with
directors and actors all hungry for the spotlight and fame.
Authenticity was not questioned; the media just wanted content
which supported their propaganda campaign in Syria.
was the opening act of tragic epic which has yet to conclude.
The cleric who was a key character in the beginning scenes, Sheikh
Sayasneh, was first put under house arrest, and then he was smuggled
out to Amman, Jordan in January 2012. He now gives lectures in
America near Washington, DC. Just like aspiring actors usually find
their way to Hollywood, which is the Mecca of the film industry,
Sheikh Sayasneh found his way to the Mecca of all regime change