US-NATO Sponsored Atrocities in Syria: ‘It Is Our Soul’: The Destruction of Aleppo, Syria’s Oldest City

7 October 2012Information Clearing House – Global Research

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Global Research Editor’s Note

In reviewing these images, remember that the Free Syrian Army (FSA) are the foot-soldiers of NATO. They are funded and supported  by the Western military alliance. They are trained and advised by British, French, Turkish and Qatari Special Forces, which have integrated their ranks.

Intelligence operatives from NATO countries are in permanent liaison with the terrorists.

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Western Propagandists Attempt to Trigger Catastrophic Turkish-Syrian War By Tony Cartalucci

6 October, 2012 — Global Research – Land Destroyer

US and British media air unconfirmed report on “agreement” for Turkish-Syrian “buffer zone.”

BloombergGuardianYnet, and others are all posting in their headlines an identical unconfirmed report that Turkey and Syria have “agreed” to establish a 6 mile wide “buffer zone” running the length of the Turkish-Syrian border. Continue reading

VTJP News & Articles 6 October 2012: Israeli soldiers prevent farmers from accessing land

6 October 2012 — VTJP


International Middle East Media Center

Families Of Marmara Victims File Lawsuit Against Israel
IMEMC – The Turkish Hurriyet Daily reported that 33 family members of Turkish citizens who were shot and killed by the Israeli army when Israel attacked the Mavi Marmara solidarity ship that was heading to Gaza in 2010, filed on October 5 a lawsuit against Israel demanding compensation. …

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A US Plan to Topple Hugo Chavez? By Mike Whitney

6 October, 2012 — Global Research

“The socialist revolution will not be stopped by anyone because it has become the people.” Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez

chavezThere’s no better time to read Cindy Sheehan’s heartfelt and galvanizing new book “Revolution, A Love Story than today, just hours before Venezuela’s presidential elections. The author provides a riveting summary of Latin American history dating back to the Conquistadors focusing particular attention on Washington’s myriad interventions and the rise of the region’s second greatest protagonist, Hugo Chavez. Sheehan–who is a self-confessed Chavez admirer–opines that the charismatic Venezuelan leader “like Simon Bolivar before him, not only dreams of a united Latin America, but is showing the way.” Continue reading