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BLOCKBUSTER: Meet The Man Who Murdered American Ambassador Chris Stevens…

August 19, 2013

His name is Mohsen Al-Azazi, an operative within the Muslim Brotherhood, and according to former top intelligence official with the Egyptian government, is part of an operation that continues to receive aid from the Obama administration.

The murky motivations of the Benghazi Massacre have been prevalent on various alternative media blogs since the tragedy first occurred. This latest report though is from Fox News, which it would seem, has been watching (and learning) from some of those initial alternative media reports.

The primary source for the name Mohsen Al-Azazi comes directly from public statements by Ahmed Moussa, a former high ranking intelligence official with the Egyptian government, and a man who quite accurately predicted the coming downfall of the Morsi-led Muslim Brotherhood regime.

From the Fox News report:

In the course of this statement, Moussa announced three facts:

1. Ambassador Chris Stevens’ assassin in Benghazi on Sept. 11, 2012, is named Mohsen Al-Azazi.

2. Azizi associates with Mohammed El-Beltagy, the general secretary of the Muslim Brotherhood’s Freedom and Justice Party (FJP) and with Safwat Hegazy, a leading MB cleric.

3. The police found Azizi’s passport in the house of leading MB strategist Khairat El-Shater, presumbably when Shater was arrested on July 5.

If true, this is sensational news, for it directly ties the MB to anti-American terrorism and repudiates the Obama administration policy of trying to work with the MB. It also further confirms that the MB is a terrorist organization.

It might explain why the Obama administration is mediating in talks with Egypt’s interim government for a “reconciliation process” that would permit a safe exist for Morsi and other MB leaders outside Egypt without a trial that likely would disclose more embarrassing details about Benghazi.

But is the news that Moussa announced true? Several indications point to its veracity.

First, Moussa is a well-regarded source who often interviews intelligence agents and high-ranking military personnel on his show and is renowned for breaking intelligence-related news.

In March, for example, he broke the news that Egyptian intelligence stopped sending Mohammed Morsi written briefings and limited its reports to verbal communication, a reflection of its fear that his affiliation to an international Islamist organization (with over seventy branches worldwide) would compromise the information. As well as revealing some of the details of the meeting that took place on 30 July between Morsi and Catherine Ashton, British Labour politician and diplomat.

Second, as I reported in March, in a video shot during the terrorist attack on the U.S. mission in Benghazi, Egyptian jihadists approaching the U.S. installations said in Egyptian colloquial Arabic, “Don’t shoot, Dr. Morsi sent us.”

Moussa further went on to say, still addressing Patterson on this TV show:

Ask the Muslim Brotherhood to hand Azizi to U.S. authorities. — And of course they will not, as he is there to wage terrorist attacks against Egyptian citizens, as he hides there in the protection in Rabia, among killers with massive amounts of weapons … Why doesn’t the MB, which you often praise, hand him to you?

That question has yet to be answered by either Amb. Patterson, President Obama or the U.S. government.
Fox Link
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So, according to Ahmed Moussa, the United States has a known terrorist being both protected and supported by the Obama government desperate to keep its links to the Muslim Brotherhood hidden away from public knowledge, including, but not limited to, the Brotherhood’s direct involvement in the killing of Ambassador Chris Stevens and three other Americans.

Those paying attention also know that the Obama government has hidden away the survivors of the Benghazi, with various reports indicating considerable intimidation, relocation, and refusal to share specific names of survivors with members of Congress.

We know the Obama White House repeated over and over again an outright lie as to why the attacks in Benghazi occurred. We know the administration was quick to support the Morsi-Muslim Brotherhood government in Egypt, and is now equally unwilling to support Morsi’s departure.

We know that the nation of Turkey is under the rule of Muslim Brotherhood affiliate (The New York Times declared Turkey the “model” for Muslim Brotherhood success in the Middle East) Recep Tayyip Erdoğan. Erdogan in turn has been very supportive of the Obama administration. Please read this quote from an earlier report on this very blog in May of 2013:So, according to Ahmed Moussa, the United States has a known terrorist being both protected and supported by the Obama government desperate to keep its links to the Muslim Brotherhood hidden away from public knowledge, including, but not limited to, the Brotherhood’s direct involvement in the killing of Ambassador Chris Stevens and three other Americans.
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“…Which bring us then to the events in Syria. Make no mistake, Syria is no friend of the United States. That said, Barack Obama and his Turkish cohorts are once again pushing to replace a dictator with a Sharia ruler. Libya is now over-run with Islamic radicals. So too is Egypt and Tunisia. The power and influence of the Muslim Brotherhood is growing at an alarming pace – a growth in power that extends directly to the Obama White House:

“A year-long investigation by the Investigative Project on Terrorism (IPT) has found that scores of known radical Islamists made hundreds of visits to the Obama White House, meeting with top administration officials.

Court documents and other records have identified many of these visitors as belonging to groups serving as fronts for the Muslim Brotherhood, Hamas and other Islamic militant organizations.” Investigative Journalist LINK

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Now remember reader, who did Chris Stevens meet with only an hour before the terrorist attack that killed him in Benghazi?

It was with a representative of the Turkish government. An hour after that representative walked out the front door of the Benghazi consulate, it was under an attack led by Mohsen Al-Azazi, the very man it is now said receives support and protection from the Obama government…

In Case You Missed It – The Story Of Valerie Jarrett And Her Muslim Brotherhood
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(ht/DW Ulsterman)”

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15 Comments
  1. August 22, 2013 8:35 am

    Assad would have to be the stupidest man in the world using chemical weapons killing innocent civilians as a flashpoint illustrating his superiority that his regime is bearing down on militant insurgents.. No doubt though, there is a ham handed president out there somewhere accompanied by a mini-me who conceived this plan as a way to assign guilt for this atrocity to the Syrian president. I see no benefit to Assad killing innocent women and children, God rest their souls, as a beneficial strategy for shoring up his Syrian stronghold. Only his opposition creating this unconscionable reckless slaughter benefits from this demented strategy. I will leave you to your mental list of possible suspects.

    How Russia Neutered Obama’s Chemical Weapons Response

    An effort by the Obama administration to reinforce the powers of U.N. chemical weapons inspectors in Syria Wednesday evening foundered in the face of Russian and Chinese opposition in the U.N. Security Council, according to council diplomats.

    Seizing on rebel claims that Syrian authorities massacred hundreds of civilians by firing chemically-laced rockets onto a Damascus suburb, the United States joined Britain and France in calling for an emergency session of the U.N. Security Council to rally international support for an investigation into the incident. The three western powers also wrote a letter to U.N. Secretary General Ban Ki moon, signed by 32 other governments, calling for an urgent investigation. But the efforts failed to result in anything other than a tepid statement from the Security Council thanks to some final edits by the Russians and Chinese.

    The Obama administration’s goal was to have a U.N. chemical weapons team, which was already in Syria to investigate other chemical weapons allegations, launch a probe into the new allegations. That team, headed by Swedish scientist Ake Sellstrom, arrived in Damascus on Sunday.

    The United States, which was represented by the second highest ranking American official at the United Nations, Ambassador Rosemary Di Carlo, circulated a draft resolution, which was obtained by Foreign Policy, that called on U.N. Secretary General Ban Ki moon to “urgently take the steps necessary for today’s attack to be investigated by the U.N. mission on the ground.” But it also would have applied pressure on Syrian President Bashar al Assad to grant the inspectors greater latitude. The draft would have called on all combatants in Syria to “allow safe, full and unfettered access to the U.N. mission and to comply with all requests for evidence and information. ” It also would have underscored the “importance of a fully independent and impartial into all allegations of chemical weapons use in Syria.”

    In the end, the most strenuous provision of the American draft were stripped out during closed door negotiations with Russia and China. Instead, the 15 nation council issued a milder statement that made no reference to today’s alleged chemical weapons attack. Instead, the council merely expressed “a strong concern” about “the allegations [of chemical weapons use] and the general sense there must be clarity on what happened.” The statement also did little to strengthen the inspector’s mandate, but simply “welcomed the determination of the [UN} secretary general to ensure a thorough, impartial and prompt investigation.”

    Clearly miffed, National Security Advisor Susan Rice took to Twitter to declare that the “Syrian government must allow the UN access to the attack site to investigate. Those responsible will be held accountable.” ( I imagine she was also booked for 5 Talk Show appearances on Sunday morning, a week before the event took place,)

    That sentiment was also echoed by U.N. Deputy Secretary-General Jan Eliasson, who told reporters after Security Council consultations that “we see the need to investigate this as soon as possible.” He added that “We are in contact with the Syrian Government. We hope that all other parties will cooperate.” But as long as Russia and China are watering down Security Council statements, Syria’s cooperation appears unlikely.

    http://thecable.foreignpolicy.com/posts/2013/08/21/how_russia_neutered_obamas_chemical_weapons_response

  2. Anonymous permalink
    August 23, 2013 1:56 am

    Now Ted Cruz is gearing up setting his ducks in a row by renouncing his Canadian citizenship qualifying for a potential run for the OO. As a matter of fact, Cruz would be an ideal VP running mate for former SOS, Hillary Clinton. Thoughts of crossing the political divide is nothing new. However, the timing is ripe for taking advantage of the “Uni” Party creating a new Patriot Party allowing the voters a REAL choice in the 2016 presidential election.

  3. Anonymous permalink
    August 26, 2013 10:21 am

  4. August 29, 2013 12:53 am

    The News of who is responsible for gassing civilians in Syria is not being broadcast on US mainstream media- Instead, Obama is blaming Assad for the killings without having concrete evidence in hand..and threatening missile strikes to obliterate the Syrian Army defending the Assad regime.

    In light of the astounding Lies coming from Obama about the current situation in Syria, I am posting two articles that will shed some light on why Obama is adamant in destroying Damascus and removing Assad.

  5. August 29, 2013 1:22 am

    Russian President, Saudi Spy Chief Discussed Syria, Egypt

    Bandar-Putin

    A diplomatic report about the “stormy meeting” in July between Russian President Vladimir Putin and Saudi intelligence chief Prince Bandar bin Sultan concluded that the region stretching from North Africa to Chechnya and from Iran to Syria — in other words, the entire Middle East — has come under the influence of an open US-Russian face-off and that “it is not unlikely that things [will] take a dramatic turn in Lebanon, in both the political and security senses, in light of the major Saudi decision to respond to Hezbollah’s involvement in the Syrian crisis.”

    The report starts by presenting the conditions under which the Russian-Saudi meeting was convened. It states that Prince Bandar, in coordination with the Americans and some European partners, proposed to Saudi King Abdullah bin Abdul Aziz that Bandar visit Moscow and employ the carrot-and-stick approach, which is used in most negotiators, and offer the Russian leadership political, economic, military and security enticements in return for concessions on several regional issues, in particular Syria and Iran.

    King Abdullah agreed with the proposal and contacted President Putin on July 30. In a conversation that lasted only a few minutes, they agreed to Bandar’s visit and to keep it under wraps. Bandar arrived in Moscow. The visit was secret. The Saudi Embassy did not follow the usual protocol for Saudi officials visiting Russia.

    In Moscow, a preliminary session was held at Russian military intelligence headquarters between Bandar and the director of Russian Military Intelligence, Gen. Igor Sergon. The meeting focused on security cooperation between the two countries. Bandar then visited Putin’s house on the outskirts of the Russian capital, where they held a closed-door bilateral meeting that lasted four hours. They discussed the agenda, which consisted of bilateral issues and a number of regional and international matters in which the two countries share interest.

    Bilateral relations

    At the bilateral level, Bandar relayed the Saudi king’s greetings to Putin and the king’s emphasis on the importance of developing the bilateral relationship. He also told Putin that the king would bless any understanding reached during the visit. Bandar also said, however, that “any understanding we reach in this meeting will not only be a Saudi-Russian understanding, but will also be an American/(Obama)-Russian understanding. I have spoken with the Americans before the visit, and they pledged to commit to any understandings that we may reach, especially if we agree on the approach to the Syrian issue.”

    Bandar stressed the importance of developing relations between the two countries, saying that the logic of interests can reveal large areas of cooperation. He gave several examples in the economic, investment, oil and military arenas.

    Bandar told Putin, “There are many common values ​​and goals that bring us together, most notably the fight against terrorism and extremism all over the world. Russia, the US, the EU and the Saudis agree on promoting and consolidating international peace and security. The terrorist threat is growing in light of the phenomena spawned by the Arab Spring. We have lost some regimes. And what we got in return were terrorist experiences, as evidenced by the experience of the Muslim Brotherhood in Egypt and the extremist groups in Libya.

    As an example, I can give you a guarantee to protect the Winter Olympics in the city of Sochi on the Black Sea next year. The Chechen groups that threaten the security of the games are controlled by us, and they will not move in the Syrian territory’s direction without coordinating with us. These groups do not scare us. We use them in the face of the Syrian regime but they will have no role or influence in Syria’s political future.”

    (astounding!)
    Putin thanked King Abdullah for his greetings and Bandar for his exposition, but then he said to Bandar, “We know that you have supported the Chechen terrorist groups for a decade. And that support, which you have frankly talked about just now, is completely incompatible with the common objectives of fighting global terrorism that you mentioned. We are interested in developing friendly relations according to clear and strong principles.” ( WOW! Putin could run for president in the US on that platform and win?)

    Bandar said that the matter is not limited to the kingdom and that some countries have overstepped the roles drawn for them, such as Qatar and Turkey. He added, “We said so directly to the Qataris and to the Turks. We rejected their unlimited support to the Muslim Brotherhood in Egypt and elsewhere. The Turks’ role today has become similar to Pakistan’s role in the Afghan war. We do not favor extremist religious regimes, and we wish to establish moderate regimes in the region. It is worthwhile to pay attention to and to follow up on Egypt’s experience. We will continue to support the [Egyptian] army, and we will support Defense Minister Gen. Abdel Fattah al-Sisi because he is keen on having good relations with us and with you. And we suggest to you to be in contact with him, to support him and to give all the conditions for the success of this experiment. We are ready to hold arms deals with you in exchange for supporting these regimes, especially Egypt.”

    Economic and oil cooperation

    Then Bandar discussed the potential cooperation between the two countries if an understanding could be reached on a number of issues, especially Syria. He discussed at length the matter of oil and investment cooperation, saying, “Let us examine how to put together a unified Russian-Saudi strategy on the subject of oil. The aim is to agree on the price of oil and production quantities that keep the price stable in global oil markets. … We understand Russia’s great interest in the oil and gas present in the Mediterranean Sea from Israel to Cyprus through Lebanon and Syria. And we understand the importance of the Russian gas pipeline to Europe. We are not interested in competing with that. We can cooperate in this area as well as in the areas of establishing refineries and petrochemical industries. The kingdom can provide large multi-billion-dollar investments in various fields in the Russian market. What’s important is to conclude political understandings on a number of issues, particularly Syria and Iran.”

    Putin responded that the proposals about oil and gas, economic and investment cooperation deserve to be studied by the relevant ministries in both countries.

    Syria first

    Bandar discussed the Syrian issue at length. He explained how the kingdom’s position had evolved on the Syrian crisis since the Daraa incident all the way to what is happening today. He said, “The Syrian regime is finished as far as we and the majority of the Syrian people are concerned.[The Syrian people] will not allow President Bashar al-Assad to remain at the helm. The key to the relations between our two countries starts by understanding our approach to the Syrian issue.

    So you have to stop giving [the Syrian regime] political support, especially at the UN Security Council, as well as military and economic support. And we guarantee you that Russia’s interests in Syria and on the Mediterranean coast will not be affected one bit. In the future, Syria will be ruled by a moderate and democratic regime that will be directly sponsored by us and that will have an interest in understanding Russia’s interests and role in the region.”

    (I have to give Putin credit for keeping a ‘Not For Sale’ sign visible to Bandar. Obama must be jumping out of his skin because the Saudis are ORDERING him to get the job done, rather than offering him a lifetime of wealth as they are to Putin.)

    Russia’s intransigence is to Iran’s benefit

    Bandar also presented Saudi Arabia’s views about Iran’s role in the region, especially in Iraq, Syria, Lebanon, Palestine, Yemen, Bahrain and other countries. He said he hoped that the Russians would understand that Russia’s interests and the interests of the Gulf states are one in the face of Iranian greed and nuclear challenge.

    Putin gave his country’s position on the Arab Spring developments, especially about what has happened in Libya, saying, “We are very concerned about Egypt. And we understand what the Egyptian army is doing. But we are very cautious in approaching what’s happening because we are afraid that things may slide toward an Egyptian civil war, which would be too costly for the Egyptians, the Arabs and the international community. I wanted to do a brief visit to Egypt. And the matter is still under discussion.”

    Regarding Iran, Putin said to Bandar that Iran is a neighbor, that Russia and Iran are bound by relations that go back centuries, and that there are common and tangled interests between them. Putin said, “We support the Iranian quest to obtain nuclear fuel for peaceful purposes. And we helped them develop their facilities in this direction. Of course, we will resume negotiations with them as part of the 5P+1 group. I will meet with President Hassan Rouhani on the sidelines of the Central Asia summit and we will discuss a lot of bilateral, regional and international issues. We will inform him that Russia is completely opposed to the UN Security Council imposing new sanctions on Iran. We believe that the sanctions imposed against Iran and Iranians are unfair and that we will not repeat the experience again.”

    Erdogan to visit Moscow in September

    Regarding the Turkish issue, Putin spoke of his friendship with Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan; “Turkey is also a neighboring country with which we have common interests. We are keen to develop our relations in various fields. During the Russian-Turkish meeting, we scrutinized the issues on which we agree and disagree. We found out that we have more converging than diverging views. I have already informed the Turks, and I will reiterate my stance before my friend Erdogan, that what is happening in Syria necessitates a different approach on their part. Turkey will not be immune to Syria’s bloodbath. The Turks ought to be more eager to find a political settlement to the Syrian crisis. We are certain that the political settlement in Syria is inevitable, and therefore they ought to reduce the extent of damage. Our disagreement with them on the Syrian issue does not undermine other understandings between us at the level of economic and investment cooperation. We have recently informed them that we are ready to cooperate with them to build two nuclear reactors. This issue will be on the agenda of the Turkish prime minister during his visit to Moscow in September.”

    Putin: Our stance on Assad will not change

    Regarding the Syrian issue, the Russian president responded to Bandar, saying, “Our stance on Assad will never change. We believe that the Syrian regime is the best speaker on behalf of the Syrian people, and not those liver eaters. During the Geneva I Conference, we agreed with the Americans on a package of understandings, and they agreed that the Syrian regime will be part of any settlement. Later on, they decided to renege on Geneva I. In all meetings of Russian and American experts, we reiterated our position. In his upcoming meeting with his American counterpart John Kerry, Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov will stress the importance of making every possible effort to rapidly reach a political settlement to the Syrian crisis so as to prevent further bloodshed.”

    As soon as Putin finished his speech, Prince Bandar warned that in light of the course of the talks, things were likely to intensify, especially in the Syrian arena, although he appreciated the Russians’ understanding of Saudi Arabia’s position on Egypt and their readiness to support the Egyptian army despite their fears for Egypt’s future.

    The head of the Saudi intelligence services said that the dispute over the approach to the Syrian issue leads to the conclusion that “there is no escape from the military option, because it is the only currently available choice given that the political settlement ended in stalemate. We believe that the Geneva II Conference will be very difficult in light of this raging situation.”

    At the end of the meeting, the Russian and Saudi sides agreed to continue talks, provided that the current meeting remained under wraps. This was before one of the two sides leaked it via the Russian press.

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    Now you know why Obama will do whatever it takes to get rid of Assad and replace him with an MB affiliate per Saudi Arabia.. And btw.. The Saudis protection racket, selling insurance to countries must be a lucrative source of unearned income for the Saudi sheiks in case their oil production takes a noticeable downturn…

  6. August 29, 2013 2:27 am

    Similar version of what I posted above- but a bit more chilling- imo

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    Saudis offer Russia secret oil deal if it drops Syria

    Saudi Arabia has secretly offered Russia a sweeping deal to control the global oil market and safeguard Russia’s gas contracts, if the Kremlin backs away from the Assad regime in Syria.

    The revelations come amid high tension in the Middle East, with US, British, and French warship poised for missile strikes in Syria. Iran has threatened to retaliate.

    The strategic jitters pushed Brent crude prices to a five-month high of $112 a barrel. “We are only one incident away from a serious oil spike. The market is a lot tighter than people think,” said Chris Skrebowski, editor of Petroleum Review.

    Leaked transcripts of a closed-door meeting between Russia’s Vladimir Putin and Saudi Prince Bandar bin Sultan shed an extraordinary light on the hard-nosed Realpolitik of the two sides.

    Prince Bandar, head of Saudi intelligence, allegedly confronted the Kremlin with a mix of inducements and threats in a bid to break the deadlock over Syria. “Let us examine how to put together a unified Russian-Saudi strategy on the subject of oil. The aim is to agree on the price of oil and production quantities that keep the price stable in global oil markets,” he said at the four-hour meeting with Mr Putin. They met at Mr Putin’s dacha outside Moscow three weeks ago.

    “We understand Russia’s great interest in the oil and gas in the Mediterranean from Israel to Cyprus. And we understand the importance of the Russian gas pipeline to Europe. We are not interested in competing with that. We can cooperate in this area,” he said, purporting to speak with the full backing of the US.

    The talks appear to offer an alliance between the OPEC cartel and Russia, which together produce over 40m barrels a day of oil, 45pc of global output. Such a move would alter the strategic landscape.

    The details of the talks were first leaked to the Russian press. A more detailed version has since appeared in the Lebanese newspaper As-Safir, which has Hezbollah links and is hostile to the Saudis.
    (Really?)

    As-Safir said Prince Bandar pledged to safeguard Russia’s naval base in Syria if the Assad regime is toppled, but he also hinted at Chechen terrorist attacks on Russia’s Winter Olympics in Sochi if there is no accord. “I can give you a guarantee to protect the Winter Olympics next year. The Chechen groups that threaten the security of the games are controlled by us,” he allegedly said.

    Prince Bandar went on to say that Chechens operating in Syria were a pressure tool that could be switched on an off. “These groups do not scare us. We use them in the face of the Syrian regime but they will have no role in Syria’s political future.”

    President Putin has long been pushing for a global gas cartel, issuing the `Moscow Declaration’ last month “defend suppliers and resist unfair pressure”. This would entail beefing up the Gas Exporting Countries Forum (GECF), a talking shop.

    Mr Skrebowski said it is unclear what the Saudis can really offer the Russians on gas, beyond using leverage over Qatar and others to cut output of liquefied natural gas (LGN). “The Qataris are not going to obey Saudi orders,” he said.

    Saudi Arabia could help boost oil prices by restricting its own supply. This would be a shot in the arm for Russia, which is near recession and relies on an oil price near $100 to fund the budget.

    But it would be a dangerous strategy for the Saudis if it pushed prices to levels that endangered the world’s fragile economic recovery. Crude oil stocks in the US have already fallen sharply this year. Goldman Sachs said the “surplus cushion” in global stocks built up since 2008 has been completely eliminated.

    Mr Skrebowski said trouble is brewing in a string of key supply states. “Libya is reverting to war lordism. Nigeria is drifting into a bandit state with steady loss of output. And Iraq is going back to the sort of Sunni-Shia civil war we saw in 2006-2007,” he said. (The loss of American lives and treasure… incalcuable! And for what?)

    The Putin-Bandar meeting was stormy, replete with warnings of a “dramatic turn” in Syria. Mr Putin was unmoved by the Saudi offer, though western pressure has escalated since then. “Our stance on Assad will never change. We believe that the Syrian regime is the best speaker on behalf of the Syrian people, and not those liver eaters,” he said, referring to footage showing a Jihadist rebel eating the heart and liver of a Syrian soldier.

    Prince Bandar in turn warned that there can be “no escape from the military option” if Russia declines the olive branch. Events are unfolding exactly as he foretold.

    http://www.telegraph.co.uk/finance/newsbysector/energy/oilandgas/10266957/Saudis-offer-Russia-secret-oil-deal-if-it-drops-Syria.html
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    On the face of Putin being threatened by the machinations of Saudi Arabia; what will Putin do? Would he dare order a surgical strike (perhaps using Iran as the proxy) on Saudi Arabia as a response to the threat eschewed by the Saudis? I believe, he would and might, after Prince Bandar made clear an offer “he shouldn’t refuse.”

  7. Anonymous permalink
    August 29, 2013 3:19 am

    Russia, China leave UN SC meeting on Syria after its end, no demarche

    UNITED NATIONS, August 28 (Itar-Tass) – The permanent representatives of Russia and China to the United Nations left the closed meeting of the Security Council on Syria after its end, there was no demarche, the Russian Permanent Mission to the U.N. told ITAR-TASS on Wednesday, August 28.

    “The meeting ended and some delegations decided to stay on, probably to discuss their own issues. That’s all there is to it. There was no demarche on the part of China or Russia,” the Mission said.

    It was reported earlier in the day that the Russian and Chinese officials had walked out of the U.N. Security Council meeting in New York after U.S. Permanent Representative Samantha Power had called for an immediate action in Syria.

    The permanent members of the U.N. Security Council – Russia, Britain, China, the U.S. and France – had been invited to the closed meeting. An hour later the Russian and Chinese diplomats – Alexander Pankin and Wang Min — left the meeting and headed to the Security Council’s main conference room where debates on Haiti was taking place. Some mass media erroneously reported this as a demarche.

    read on @ link:

    http://www.itar-tass.com/en/c32/856398.html

  8. Anonymous permalink
    August 29, 2013 4:33 am

    Whoa! Here is a good reason why Obama is rushing to war with Syria!
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    US ‘banksters’ have Syria in sights

    An American author and journalist says war profiteers and “banksters” in the United States have embarked upon a vigorous “media campaign” to bring Washington closer to another war in the Middle East.

    “The banksters are looking for a pretext to get at the oil, natural gas and pipeline roots that run through Syria,” Dean Henderson said in an interview with Press TV on Monday.

    They seek to “destroy” Syria and would like to see the country descend further into chaos like Iraq, Libya, and Afghanistan, he said. “Because in chaos they make a lot of money, they ‘rebuild’ a lot of stuff, and there are a lot of contracts.” (and Saudi Arabia wins the title, Supreme King of the Arab Empire controlling ALL OIL production (and pricing) in the Middle East.)

    “This fascist regime of bankers [is] basically using the United States government, the British government and the French government who are all just servant to these people,” Henderson said.

    He made the remarks as a growing number of Republicans and Democrats in Congress are urging the administration of President Barack Obama to approve military action against Syria following reports of a deadly chemical attack in the suburbs of Damascus last week.

    “It’s obvious that the rebels were behind these attacks,” Henderson said.

    “It’s a lie. Hopefully enough of the world will wake up to prevent it from happening.”

    http://www.presstv.com/detail/2013/08/26/320593/us-bankster-have-syria-in-sights/

  9. August 29, 2013 10:30 am

    As the TRUTH slowly rises to the surface. Obama’s now daily demands rushing the US into bombing Syria asserting President Assad used toxic chemicals killing over 350 of his own people in an outlying suburb near Damascus. All the outrage and fury with tv appearances, the videos, mainstream media, the UK and France, all singing the same tune in harmony.. All this, when Obama has yet to produce a single scintilla of material evidence supporting his claim- all but except for his “WORD”…

    Is this why this morning’s news reports say the UK and France are backing down from aiding and abetting the questionable efforts of Obama’s rush to deposing yet another ME dictator? This time setting the stage for WWIII?

    New incontrovertible evidence has surfaced revealing him to be an OUT and OUT LIAR.
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    ‘Syria gas attack benefited insurgents’
    by Canadian Journalist and International lawyer, Edward Corrigan…

    Corrigan added that there has been “substantial evidence” that foreign-backed militants were behind last week’s chemical weapons attack which killed many civilians outside the Syrian capital, Damascus.

    “I have seen reports that the Russians have satellite imagery showing the rockets were fired from rebel-held territory,” he explained.

    “Clearly the Syrian government had many reasons not to do it and the rebels who have apparently been losing the war are trying to find a pretext for some sort of Western intervention,” Corrigan said.

    He went on to add that there is “a lot of divisions in the United States” regarding a military action against Syria.

    “A majority of the people in the US — 60 percent — are opposed to a military intervention into Syria.”

    See video here:

    http://www.presstv.ir/detail/2013/08/29/321015/syria-gas-attack-benefited-insurgents/
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    aside O/T: Fellows with the name ‘Edward’ seem to be nipping at Obama’s Nikes… And the Russians are declaring agita Obama’s temporary punishment for now.

  10. August 29, 2013 11:31 am

    Putin Incensed by Obama’s ‘Bored Kid’ Remark

    A comment by President Obama that Vladimir Putin looked “like the bored kid in the back of the classroom” apparently “infuriated” the Russian president, The New York Times reported Wednesday.

    The comment came Aug. 9 at a news conference concerning a showdown with Putin over Edward Snowden, the former defense contractor who leaked top-secret details of the National Security Agency’s surveillance programs.

    Putin ultimately gave Snowden temporary asylum over the objections of Obama, and the president was asked about his working relationship with the Russian leader.

    Editor’s Note: 22 Hidden Taxes and Fees Set to Hit You With Obamacare. Read the Guide to Protect Yourself.

    “I know the press likes to focus on body language, and he’s got that kind of slouch, looking like the bored kid in the back of the classroom. But the truth is that when we’re in conversations together, oftentimes it’s very productive,” Obama said.

    The president went on to say that he didn’t have “a bad personal relationship with Putin,” and that “when we have conversations, they’re candid, they’re blunt; oftentimes, they’re constructive.”

    But Putin was not amused — and the remark just “intensified” Putin’s suspicion of Obama, as did his abrupt cancellation of a meeting scheduled for next week in Moscow, The Times reported.

    “The comment infuriated” Putin, The Times said, citing an unnamed Russian official.

    more:

    http://www.newsmax.com/newswidget/Obama-infuriated-Putin-bored/2013/08/28/id/522798?promo_code=10E2C-1&utm_source=10E2Canadafreepress&utm_medium=nmwidget&utm_campaign=widgetphase1

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    Mr Putin, If this notation can in any way soothe you for the insulting comment recently made by the US president. I offer this as a modicum of consolation. Obama doesn’t have the wherewithall to even think of calling you “a bored kid sitting at the back of the classroom.” This we know. Obama relies on reading scripted comments written by his handlers…

  11. August 30, 2013 12:45 pm

    Assad’s 11-year-old Son Taunts Obama on Facebook!

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    — A Facebook post said to be written by the 11-year-old son of the Syrian president, Bashar al-Assad, and “liked” or commented on by several people who appear to be the children and grandchildren of other senior members of Mr. Assad’s government, may offer a glimpse into the mindset of Syria’s ruling elite as the country braces for a potential Western strike in response to a chemical weapons attack on Aug. 21.

    It is impossible to confirm whether the Facebook account does, in fact, belong to the son, Hafez al-Assad, and aspects of it invite doubt. For example, the owner of the account wrote that he was a graduate of Oxford University and a player for a Barcelona soccer team, neither of which would be likely to appear on the résumé of an 11-year-old boy in Damascus.

    But those claims could also be read as the ambitions of a child, and there are reasons to believe that the account may actually belong to Hafez.

    http://www.redflagnews.com/headlines/assads-11-year-old-son-taunts-obama-on-facebook

  12. August 30, 2013 1:00 pm

    Hard to believe I received an ALERT from WP that I wasn’t allowed to post the above comment. This is still America. Freedom of Speech and Freedom of the Press are still Constitutional Rights.

    aside: whoever is monkeying around with my computer… read the above… and quit it!
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    Just in case any readers are having trouble with access to this news, Utube has the FB account as it is posted.

  13. August 30, 2013 1:11 pm

    Doug Hagmann has a great article that all should read-
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    This is the most dangerous time in modern history-intelligence insider update

    chess board

    “We’re in the most dangerous time in modern world history and here’s why, here’s what’s happening,” stated my source deep within the spy world early this morning.

    “We’re seeing a combination of a nine-percent overall approval rating for intervention in Syria, or the absence of public support for the globalist plans by the Obama regime, the UK, the Saudis and other NATO allies. When have we seen this before, and what does history tell us? The increased likelihood of a false flag event larger and causing more public outrage than the alleged chemical weapons attacks.”

    My source continued, “think Gulf of Tonkin, the Lusitania, even Pearl Harbor, use those as your historical guides for what we’re seeing today. Make no mistake, the global agenda has not changed,” he emphasized. “When their primary plan backfires or meets resistance, they have alternate plans. In the coming days or weeks, we could see an event that will be horrendous enough to change that nine-percent backing. Also, time is not on their side, they need to act within a short window as the anti-Assad ‘rebels’ are being beaten badly without Western assistance.”

    Benghazi, briefly

    “Remember what happened in Benghazi and our many conversations about what was really going on there, which you printed and the reports have since been proven correct. It was all about arming and training anti-Assad fighters, including the instructional use of chemical weapons in Turkey and elsewhere, along the border of Syria. People seem to forget that the Turkish consulate met Ambassador Stevens in Benghazi, the CIA logistics center, to show him that the Russians had satellite images of this training activity. Putin was not amused and gave Turkey an ultimatum, which was delivered to the United States at Benghazi.”

    “Russia, however, had to do something to expose the operation for what it was. The primary attacking force was Ansar al Sharia, a military arm of Iran, which is a proxy nation state of Russia. Connect the dots. Do people really think Assad used chemical weapons on a retreating rebel force?”

    Pawns a-Plenty – Setting the global chessboard

    “Look at all of the military assets being moved into that region. I told you last October, and you reported it, that we are engaged in a proxy war against Russia and China. Both countries have a huge stake in Syria, militarily and economically, especially Russia. Oh, and is John McCain out of his [multiple expletives deleted] mind? This designated loser of the 2008 presidential campaign is talking as if any action in Syria is going to happen in a vacuum. As I said before, any action will not be in a vacuum or without a tit-for-tat response,” stated this source.

    “Launching cruise missiles into Syria will likely fall not only upon innocent civilians, but on Iranian forces, Russian forces – Russia has over 100,000 ‘military advisors there now, and perhaps even some Chinese assets. What do you think their response will be?” he asked rhetorically. “This is asymmetrical warfare on steroids. The response might not be what everyone expects. In fact, we should be looking for the unexpected, as we are about to be blindsided.”

    “Do you think that telegraphing our target list and stating that strikes will be brief and limited is by the incompetence of the Obama regime, or by design? It’s by design,” stated my source, who added that this will provide the opportunity to the Russians and other essential assets to get out of the way. “And therein lies the ‘flash-bang, pyrotechnic display of the magic show I’ve been talking about, that is intended to divert everyone’s attention from what’s really about to happen,” he emphasized.

    “This is not a ‘zero sum game’ confined to Syria. Again, this is about setting up the globalist takeover of the world’s economic system, killing off the U.S. dollar to have it replaced by a basket of currencies, or SDRs, and controlling all transactional activity everywhere on the planet under one mechanism. It will be done by using Syria as the trigger, oil as a weapon, and striking at the weakest aspect of American power—the U.S. dollar, which has been the target all along.”

    “What better way to accomplish this by blaming the economic ‘collapse’ on the ‘unfortunate and unseen’ consequences of a ‘humanitarian mission’, saving the Syrians from a dictator who used chemical weapons on his own people? It’s all a lie, and we’re being played as fools. This is an international bankers’ war that will result in heavy causalities.” (Read the Banksters post above)

    Consider that until Western/globalist meddling in Syria, the country was a relatively stable and religiously tolerant secular state. Today, the Syrian death toll as a result of this Western-manufactured civil war stands at and estimated 150,000 dead in Syria alone. Also, over a million Syrians have been displaced and are now refugees. According to a recent assessment made by geopolitical analyst and former Indian diplomat Gajendra Singh, Syria will rapidly fall into a bloodbath that will make 150,000 dead just a small taste of what’s to come when Assad is toppled. Removal of Assad will result in the wholesale slaughter of the diverse religious sects. Responsible estimates from those familiar with the geopolitics of Syria estimate that 20% of a population of twenty-million will be killed – or a total of 4 million people.

    Watch for a false flag

    “The globalists are financing all sides of this conflict to assure the accomplishments of their objectives. When things go hot in Syria and the Middle East, we could see something very bad happen in Saudi Arabia, or something to affect the production or free flow of oil, the single factor that is keeping the U.S. dollar relevant. We could see something happen to threaten, hinder or even temporarily halt oil shipments across the globe. Also, with the U.S. preoccupied, China could well move on the Japanese Senkaku islands, North Korea will ramp up their mischief, and other areas will gradually become unglued. It’s all one big transfer of power, transfer of wealth, and a global economic reset.”

    “Understand this: the globalist objectives have not changed. The absence of popular support just makes this whole situation much more dangerous, and raises the possibility of ‘false flag events’ of similar historical precedent to change public opinion. Something much bigger than we’ve seen to date. People are just not thinking big enough.”

    http://canadafreepress.com/index.php/article/57538

  14. August 30, 2013 1:24 pm

    gameIntelligence insider: Syria, World War III & the hidden objective

    Doug Hagmann, August 28, 2013

    “Pay attention! You are seeing the opening acts to a global war, to World War III. Refer to the information I gave you right after the attacks in Benghazi, specifically to the information contained in ‘Lemmings…at the precipice of WW III’ and you will see that everything I divulged to you was precisely correct.

    World War III will begin in Syria, and no one on the planet (and Americans in particular) will be left untouched by what is about to take place. This has been planned for some time, and we are now seeing it happen right in front of us.” Those are the words of a trusted source with deep ties to the intelligence community, before providing more insight into what we might expect as this ‘crisis’ escalates and “Syria explodes.”

    As I wrote in that article published on October 8, 2012, “All that is needed now is for a dutiful media to present one image, a video, or some other proof that Assad or someone else is using, or has their hands on, unconventional weapons. This will provide the necessary pretext for the U.S. and NATO, to intervene and ramp up the war against Assad. The UN will assist, and the red line will then have been crossed.” That will be the trigger event for U.S. involvement, and the escalation into a global conflict.

    We are now at that critical moment, as the images of the use of chemical weapons are all over the news, and all fingers are pointing to Assad as the culprit. Just as predicted, The Guardian among other media outlets reported that “David Cameron and Barack Obama moved the West closer to military intervention in Syria on Saturday as they agreed that last week’s alleged chemical weapon attacks by the Assad regime had taken the crisis into a new phase that merited a ‘serious response.’” But it’s a lie, a magic show, to keep people’s attention away from something much bigger on the horizon.

    Syria through the lens of the Arab Spring & Benghazi

    “The entire scenario we are seeing is one big magic act that began long ago, and Syria is just the ‘flash-bang’ diversion of the act, albeit a vital one. To understand how we got here is critically important, as it identifies the larger agenda or the big picture too few are seeing and too many are attempting to hide.

    Consider the blatant continuity of agenda that has spanned several American presidential administrations, both Republican and Democrat, Progressive and Conservative. This transcends political parties and the ‘political theater’ that has been designed to keep Americans occupied. Both political parties, however, are unified under a much larger globalist agenda, which explains why the policies of the Bush ‘dynasty’ have been exponentially increased under the Obama ‘regime.’

    “Think about it. The anti-Assad ‘rebels’ are losing, they’re in retreat, because the exposure to the arms and weapons running from Benghazi caused the architects of this conflict to lay low for awhile. That gave us some time, but it did not change their objective of overthrowing Assad and taking Syria for the Muslim Brotherhood. The anti-Assad rebels cannot survive without Western assistance. Considering that, what sense would it make for Assad to use chemical weapons, especially as international observers were getting in position to investigate the situation, against rebels in retreat? It makes no sense, unless you understand the larger objective and the ‘big picture.’”

    “Okay, so explain the big picture,” I asked my source. “And please do it in a way that I can explain it to my neighbor, or my family, so they too can understand what we’re seeing.” What follows is an uninterrupted monologue from my intelligence insider.

    The big picture explained:

    “Here’s the global picture. When you see it, it will make sense. This is about reshaping the entire power structure of not just the Middle East, but of the world.”

    “Remember that the 2001 attacks against the U.S. was the catalyst for our military operations in Afghanistan, and then ostensibly Iraq under George W. Bush, a so-called ‘conservative republican.’ We could have gone into Afghanistan, cleaned up what we needed to, and come home.

    Instead, while still in Afghanistan, we went into Iraq after convincing the world they had weapons of mass destruction. Remember that George H. W. Bush, also a ‘conservative republican,’ engaged Iraq in ‘Gulf War I’ in 1990. Essentially, we’ve been in Iraq for the last quarter of a century! Why? Think about that.”

    “And, we’ve been in Afghanistan for the last dozen years or so. Why? Oil and opium. It’s an ‘international bankers war.’ [Note that a recent report from ‘The Guerrilla Economist lays this out here, excerpted as follows]: “…[L]arge US military bases are on the very path of the purposed [Caspian Sea oil] pipeline. This as well as that some of the proceeds from the lucrative opium trade will find its way back to US banks which will launder the money in order to help fund Unocal in the purposed pipe building project. Win Win.”

    “Oh, and by the way, if you mention Iran’s nuclear ambitions, why did we wait so long to really address this and keep Israel from doing so before any action would require a very protracted military campaign? Keep that in the back of your mind.”

    “Now here’s another important part of the magic act. After eight years of George Bush, Americans were weary of war. So, a little known man named Barack Hussein Obama was selected to run against John McCain in 2008. Why Obama and not Hillary? Because the real power players needed a man with Muslim Brotherhood connections to accomplish what was needed in the Middle East. Think back to his Cairo speech. Consider that all of his campaign promises to end the wars were not only broken, but the wars and unrest were expanded by his policies, or the policies of those who put him into power.”

    “So we’ve stayed in Afghanistan and in Iraq.” Then comes the Arab Spring, which was planned years in advance. It was not some serendipitously spontaneous movement by oppressed people longing for democracy, but a Saudi and Muslim Brotherhood plan to regain control of what was once the Ottoman Empire, this time on steroids. People must think bigger, outside of the confines of the Middle East.”

    “As much as I don’t like the thought of saying this, Putin was correct in asking what sense it makes to destabilize the entire Middle East, especially Syria, a client state of Russia. In the context of regional affairs, it makes absolutely no sense whatsoever. Now, we are going to send cruise missiles into Syria… to hit what? Chemical weapons stockpiles stored in densely populated areas? How is this going to help the Syrians? The refugees fleeing from Syria?”

    “I’ve told you, and you have written that we are implementing the Saudi agenda across the Middle East. But who is behind the Saudis? It is the international banking cartel, those ‘too big to jail,’ who are behind the Saudis. It’s their war and they’re funding all sides of the conflict. No matter what, they win. But what do they win?”

    “Admittedly it’s difficult if not nearly impossible to tell all the players without a scorecard, and even then, the players will change their uniforms to keep everyone confused. But here’s the important part. Syria is a proxy state for Russia, as is Iran. China has interests in Iran as well. If you look at all of the major powers, they all have interests in the Middle East. So who will we, the U.S. ultimately be fighting when Syria explodes? Russia. And what will be the blowback? That’s important to understand, for it is also the objective.”

    Blowback

    “None of what you are seeing is about fighting terrorism, or about helping the people of Syria. It’s about oil, energy and the global economic system. Conflict exists for the globalists to achieve their objective, and their objective is the implementation of a new economic system that will be a basket of currencies, or SDR (Special Drawing Rights). If you don’t know about SDRs, just equate it to the euro, but on a global scale.”

    They will usher this in by striking at the United States much like the U.S. took down the old Soviet Union. They will target our economy through oil, cheap oil, from Saudi Arabia. Remember, Russia is the world’s largest exporter of oil, neck and neck with the Saudis. But, the Saudis’ oil wells have been damaged and their ‘lift costs’ are increasing.”

    “So, what we are about to see and experience in a most painful way is the destruction of the U.S. economy, the intentional killing of the U.S. dollar, by having it replaced as the world’s reserve currency, and replaced with a basket of currencies (SDR) that is much easier to control.”

    “This is all about the conversion of world’s economic trading mechanism from a U.S. dollar based system to a SDR. The Middle East and Syria is merely the catalyst for is implementation. The ‘flash-bang’ of the magic act. And once this catalytic action is started, we cannot go back. War in the Middle East and particularly Syria is the catalyst that will disrupt transactions and commerce all over the world. And few will see it coming, or know what hit them.”

    http://canadafreepress.com/index.php/article/57454

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