Syria News Roundup 3-4 October 2016

4 October 2016 — ICH

Barbarism in Words and Deeds
By James Petras
Accusing Syrian soldiers of ‘barbarism’ was Ambassador Power’s cynical way of dehumanizing the young victims of an earlier and deliberate US war crime.

Syria’s Heroic Fight Against Western Imperialism
By Andre Vltchek
It is hard to imagine a more resilient, more heroic nation than Syria!

U.S. Suspension of Syria Talks Is the Most Dangerous Development in a New Cold War
By James Carden
The collapse of talks takes the United States one step closer to an unnecessarily deadly “military solution” to the Syria crisis. –http://www.informationclearinghouse.info/article45606.htm

Why Everything You Hear About Aleppo Is Wrong 
VideoWhat’s really going on in Aleppo? Are Assad and Putin exterminating the population for sport?

Inside the Shadowy PR Firm That’s Lobbying for Regime Change in Syria
By Max Blumenthal
The group is able to operate within the halls of power in Washington and has the power to mobilize thousands of demonstrators into the streets.

U.S. “Military Aid” to Al Qaeda, ISIS-Daesh
By Prof Michel Chossudovsky
Pentagon Uses Illicit Arms Trafficking to Channel Enormous Shipments of Light Weapons into Syria.

The Homeless Millions
By Iftekhar A. Khan
Weapon manufacturers count the dollars and American public its losses in lives.

Former CIA Detainees Describe Previously Unknown Torture Tactic: A Makeshift Electric Chair
By Alex Emmons
“Can’t we just drone this guy?” Clinton openly inquired, offering a simple remedy to silence Assange and smother Wikileaks.

US Court Protects ‘School of the Assassins’ Graduates 
By teleSur
The infamous military school was a training ground for dictators, death squad members, and torturers, fueling human rights abuses and coups across Latin America.

Clinton Proposed Killing Julian Assange By Drone Strike
By The Toronto Sun”Can’t we just drone this guy?” Clinton openly inquired, offering a simple remedy to silence Assange and smother Wikileaks.

Hillary Clinton-Pandora Redux
By George Capaccio
When I enter my polling location, I will be thinking of victims – from Palestine, Iran, and Iraq to Honduras, Yugoslavia, and Ukraine – and mark my ballot accordingly.

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