Wednesday, May 30, 2012

The United States of Atrocity?

Who murdered more than 100 children and civilian adults in Houla, Syria, slitting their throats or blasting them with shot guns?

Canada, as the CBC slavishly reports, does not question the US line that President Assad of Syria is a monster "killing his own people," who by implication must be bombed out of power by US/NATO.

Yet it hardly makes sense for Assad, however psychopathic he may be, to provide US/NATO the justification they so desperately want to bomb him out of power. Which raises alternative explanations, as discussed by Alistaire Crooke a former British Intelligence officer.

Aangirfan explicitly attributes the Houla atrocity to US run death squads: CIA DEATH SQUADS DID HOULA MASSACRE - REPORTS.

And here is Prof. Michel Chossudovsky, writing in August 2011, on The Pentagon Deployment of Death Squads in Iraq and Syria. And, today, SYRIA: Killing Innocent Civilians as part of a US Covert Op. Mobilizing Public Support for a R2P War against Syria.

Meantime, those slimy limey liars at the BBC use emotional images and moralistic statements to trump rational analysis and convince us without evidence that the government of Syria is guilty of crimes against humanity.

And the scoundrels use fake photographic evidence to support the lie.

But then what can one expect from mouthpieces of the allies of the second worst human rights abuser on the planet and the sole enabler of the worst--Israel.

See also:


Stephen Gowans: Houla Atrocity: Reaching Beyond the Evidence

Tony Cartalucci: Syria and the Machiavellian Power Game



How the American invasion has driven out of Iraq most of the few remaining speakers of Aramaic, the the ancient language of the Jews and of early Christians.

Pepe Escobar: Panetta, we're ready to attack Iran
Panetta regurgitated the same old fallacy perpetrated ad infinitum, since at least 2006, by the neo-cons, the Israel lobby and US corporate media, according to which Iran is about to build a nuclear bomb like … tomorrow. "We will do everything we can to prevent Iran from developing a weapon", Panetta said. Once again, it doesn't matter that the International Atomic Energy Agency, the UN's nuclear watchdog, plus 17 US intelligence agencies have stressed this is not the case.

1 comment:

  1. An excellent set of links. Alistaire Crooke is a most interesting character!

    - Aangirfan