How damn convenient Syria Has Used Chemical Weapons

13 June 2013

How damn convenient!

Syria Has Used Chemical Weapons Against Rebels, U.S. and European Officials Conclude
American and European intelligence analysts now believe that President Bashar al-Assad’s troops have used chemical weapons against rebel forces in the civil war in Syria, an assessment that will put added pressure on a deeply divided Obama administration to develop a response to a provocation that the president himself has declared a “red line.”

So says the NYT quoting an ‘internal memorandum’. And just as the ‘rebels’ got a bloody nose and it looks like the Syrian govt might be turning the corner. It’s Saddam’s phony bloody WMD all over again!

But will we learn? And more importantly, will our propagandized population stop this madness? I’m doubtful. So another country destroyed in the Empire’s orgy of destruction.

Shame on us for doing nothing to stop the barbarians!

France Channels Weapons to Syrian Al Qaeda Terrorists Involved in Massacre of Civilians in Hatlah village, Der Ezzor By Gearóid Ó Colmáin

13 June 2013 — Global Research

The Western press was mute on the Syrian war on June 12th  as reports came of another massacre  carried out by the so called ‘rebels’, who are in fact members of al-Qaeda and al-Qaeda affiliated groups.  Among those massacred in the village of Hatlah in the region of Deir e Zohr were dozens of women and children. Reports of the massacre vary from 30 to 100.

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Edward Snowden and the State-Identified Journalist By Jim Naureckas

13 June 2013 — FAIR Blog

Josh Marshall (Bill Moyers Journal)

Josh Marshall (Bill Moyers Journal)

Josh Marshall of Talking Points Memo (6/11/13) wrote about Edward Snowden yesterday in a way that helped make it clear why so many in the press seem upset that the former NSA consultant revealed the extent of U.S. spying programs aimed at the American public.

“I’m a journalist,” Marshall wrote.

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Top National Security Experts: Spying Program Doesn’t Make Us Safer, and Spying Leaks Don’t Harm America

13 June, 2013– WashingtonsBlog

NSA Leaks Help – Rather than Hurt – the United States

America’s top national security experts say that the NSA’s mass surveillance program doesn’t make us safer … and that whistleblowers revealing the nature and extent of the program don’t harm America.

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Freedom Rider: The Snowden Litmus Test By Margaret Kimberley

12 June 2013 — Black Agenda Report

Margaret Kimberley is an editor and senior columnist at BAR

Don't look to Democrat Dianne Feinstein for help when it comes to the real issues.  This plutocrat typifies the treachery of Obama's party. Who needs enemies when you have friends like these?

Don’t look to Democrat Dianne Feinstein for help when it comes to the real issues. This plutocrat typifies the shameless treachery of Obama’s party. Who needs enemies with “friends” like these?

No sooner had they learned Edward Snowden’s name, than bipartisan supporters of the National Security State proceeded to vilify him. “The congressional double cross only serves to confirm that once again there is unanimity in Washington about how best to screw the people.”

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Wikileaks Newslinks 13 June 2013

13 June 2013 —


WikiLeaks founder Assange to deliver speech


SYDNEY, June 13 (Xinhua) — WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange is expected to address by video link the International Symposium on Electronic Art held at the University of Sydney at 5:30 p.m. local time (0730 GMT) Thursday. The recent flight of ex-CIA …


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Bradley Manning Newslinks 13 June 2013

13 June 2013 —


Bradley Manning’s leaked video could help enemy attacks: Pentagon

The Australian

A VIDEO of a US Apache helicopter attack leaked by soldier Bradley Manning revealed sensitive information that could help enemies plan deadlier assaults, according to a Pentagon official’s statement read at his court-martial. Manning, 25, has said he …


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Wikileaks Newslinks 12 June 2013

12 June 2013 —


WikiLeaks chief says he is in touch with ‘hero’ Snowden

Times of India

LONDON: WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange on Tuesday called whistleblower Edward Snowden “a hero” and said he has been in indirect contact with the ex-Central Intelligence Agency employee who exposed a vast surveillance programme by the National …


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VTJP Occupied Palestine and Israel News and Articles 12 June 2013

12 June 2013 — VTJP


International Middle East Media Center

165 “Price Tag” Attacks Carried Out This Year
IMEMC – The Israeli Police revealed Wednesday [June 12 2013] that Israeli settlers carried out 165 Price Tag attacks against the Palestinians and their property, in the West Bank, and in the 1948 territories since the beginning of this year. …

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