Friday, 30 August 2013


Dr Henry Makow Ph.D.


The Cult that Hijacked the World

Who said the following?

"Instead of agitating for war, the Jewish groups in this country should be opposing it ... for they will be among the first to feel its consequences. The greatest danger to this country lies in their large ownership and influence in our motion pictures, our press, our radio and our government."

Charles Lindbergh delivered these words in Des Moines, Sept. 11, 1941. Exactly
sixty years later, the Illuminati Zionist Mossad is a prime suspect in the "false flag"
attack on the World Trade Centre designed to foster more war.
Zionists were also behind America's entry into World War One. They made a
trade-off. America will enter the war if Britain takes Palestine from Turkey. (See my
website for "Americans are Rothschild Proxies in Iraq")
History repeats itself because it follows a prepared script. The Rothschild banking
syndicate did not announce its intention to overthrow Western civilization. It went
ahead and did it. The Rothschilds claim to represent the Jewish people but there
never has been a vote.

For over 200 years, they have used Jewish groups and Freemasons to foment war in
order to advance their world government tyranny. Their Jewish agents admit it. For
example, on May 4,2003, the Israeli newspaper Ha'aretz stated: "The war in Iraq was
conceived by 25 neo-conservative intellectuals, most of them Jewish, who are pushing
President Bush to change the course of history... almost all of them Jewish, almost all of
them intellectuals (a partial list: Richard Perle, Paul Wolfowitz, Douglas Feith, William
Kristol, Eliot Abrams, Charles Krauthammer...) ("White Man's Burden" by Ari Shavit)
In a letter to Giuseppe Mazzini dated August 15, 1871, Albert Pike, the Grand
Commander of U.S. Freemasonry foretold "three world wars." The first two
have transpired as predicted. "The Third World War must be fomented by taking
advantage of the differences caused by the "agentur" [agents] of the "Illuminati"
between the political Zionists and the leaders of Islamic World. The war must
be conducted in such a way that Islam (the Moslem Arabic World) and political
Zionism (the State of Israel) mutually destroy each other."
"Meanwhile the other nations, once more divided on this issue will be constrained
to fight to the point of complete physical, moral, spiritual and economical
exhaustion... [Thus the nations will be forced to] receive the... pure doctrine of
Lucifer, brought finally out in the public view." (see http://www.threeworldwars.

The stage is being set in the Persian Gulf, Eastern Europe and the Caucuses for a
nuclear conflagration pitting Russia, China and Iran against the U.S., the E U and
Israel. The Rothschilds control both sides. Jews—all of us—are pawns in a wider
game of chess designed to finish Western civilization and build a New World Order
on its ashes. On a cosmic level, the plot is to hijack mankind and divert it to the
service of Satan and his disciples.

Today, even after the debacle in Iraq, Zionists lobby for an attack on Iran.
Zionism is controlled by "the Order of the Illuminati" which represents a group of
dynastic families, generational Satanists, associated with the Rothschilds and European
aristocracy, united by money, marriage and Freemasonry (i.e. the Cabala.) This cult stems
from the Satanic Jewish Sabbatean-Frankist movement described later in this volume.
While it often exhibits disdain for non-Jews, this cult intermarries strategically with
other generational Satanists. It monopolizes power, wealth and culture and works to
stymie moral and scientific development. It is re-engineering humanity to be serfs in
a Neo-Feudal World Order.

What we call "history" is theatre. Our human experience is largely the product of a
spell they cast by "education" and mass media. Our political and social attitudes are
given to us. For example, currently there is a full-court-press to undermine marriage
and family and make us look to promiscuous sex for life's meaning.

(See my book,
"Cruel Hoax: Feminism and the New World Order.")




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Iraq Vet Kills Himself After Being Ordered to Commit “War Crimes”

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“These things go far beyond what most are even aware of”
Paul Joseph Watson
June 24, 2013

Daniel Somers. Image: Facebook

Iraq war veteran Daniel Somers committed suicide following an arduous battle with post traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) that was caused by his role in committing “crimes against humanity,” according to the soldier’s suicide note.

Somers was assigned to a Tactical Human-Intelligence Team (THT) in Baghdad which saw him involved in more than 400 combat missions as a machine gunner in the turret of a Humvee, in addition to his role in conducting interrogations.

Somers’ suicide note is a powerful indictment of the invasion of Iraq and how it ruined the lives of both countless millions of Iraqis as well as innumerable US troops sent in to do the dirty work of the military-industrial complex.

“The simple truth is this: During my first deployment, I was made to participate in things, the enormity of which is hard to describe. War crimes, crimes against humanity,” wrote Somers. “Though I did not participate willingly, and made what I thought was my best effort to stop these events, there are some things that a person simply can not come back from. I take some pride in that, actually, as to move on in life after being part of such a thing would be the mark of a sociopath in my mind. These things go far beyond what most are even aware of.”

Somers also complains about how he was forced to “participate in the ensuing coverup” of such crimes.
Somers’ death serves to refocus attention on the fact that military veterans are committing suicide in droves after being afflicted with PTSD as a direct result of committing atrocities while in combat.

As Somers highlights in his note, 22 military veterans commit suicide every single day. Amongst active-duty soldiers, more than one a day commit suicide, a figure that surpassed the number of US troops killed in combat in Afghanistan.

“And according to some experts, the military may be undercounting the problem because of the way it calculates its suicide rate,” reports the New York Times, adding that experts cannot understand “the root causes of why military suicide is rising so fast.”

However, the root causes are laid bare in Somers’ suicide note. US troops are being ordered to commit atrocities so vile that the only way many of them can cope with the horror of what they have done is by killing themselves.

Examples of atrocities aided directly or indirectly by US troops in Iraq include:

- Orders to slaughter “all military age men” during some operations;

- Torturing detainees – many of whom had never engaged in combat and were totally innocent - at grisly prison camps across the country;

Raping and torturing children at the infamous Abu Ghraib detention facility while they shrieked in terror. Women forced to watch later begged to be killed.

Sodomizing detainees with chemical lights and broom sticks;

- Indiscriminately firing upon and killing journalists and children from the air;

Massacring entire groups of unarmed Iraqis, including children and the elderly in Hadith.

“This is what brought me to my actual final mission. Not suicide, but a mercy killing,” wrote Somers, adding that him living “any kind of ordinary life is an insult to those who died at my hand.”

Read Somers’ full suicide note below, obtained by Gawker and published with his family’s permission.
I am sorry that it has come to this.

The fact is, for as long as I can remember my motivation for getting up every day has been so that you would not have to bury me. As things have continued to get worse, it has become clear that this alone is not a sufficient reason to carry on. The fact is, I am not getting better, I am not going to get better, and I will most certainly deteriorate further as time goes on. From a logical standpoint, it is better to simply end things quickly and let any repercussions from that play out in the short term than to drag things out into the long term.

You will perhaps be sad for a time, but over time you will forget and begin to carry on. Far better that than to inflict my growing misery upon you for years and decades to come, dragging you down with me. It is because I love you that I can not do this to you. You will come to see that it is a far better thing as one day after another passes during which you do not have to worry about me or even give me a second thought. You will find that your world is better without me in it.

I really have been trying to hang on, for more than a decade now. Each day has been a testament to the extent to which I cared, suffering unspeakable horror as quietly as possible so that you could feel as though I was still here for you. In truth, I was nothing more than a prop, filling space so that my absence would not be noted. In truth, I have already been absent for a long, long time.

My body has become nothing but a cage, a source of pain and constant problems. The illness I have has caused me pain that not even the strongest medicines could dull, and there is no cure. All day, every day a screaming agony in every nerve ending in my body. It is nothing short of torture. My mind is a wasteland, filled with visions of incredible horror, unceasing depression, and crippling anxiety, even with all of the medications the doctors dare give. Simple things that everyone else takes for granted are nearly impossible for me. I can not laugh or cry. I can barely leave the house. I derive no pleasure from any activity. Everything simply comes down to passing time until I can sleep again. Now, to sleep forever seems to be the most merciful thing.

You must not blame yourself. The simple truth is this: During my first deployment, I was made to participate in things, the enormity of which is hard to describe. War crimes, crimes against humanity. Though I did not participate willingly, and made what I thought was my best effort to stop these events, there are some things that a person simply can not come back from. I take some pride in that, actually, as to move on in life after being part of such a thing would be the mark of a sociopath in my mind. These things go far beyond what most are even aware of.

To force me to do these things and then participate in the ensuing coverup is more than any government has the right to demand. Then, the same government has turned around and abandoned me. They offer no help, and actively block the pursuit of gaining outside help via their corrupt agents at the DEA. Any blame rests with them.

Beyond that, there are the host of physical illnesses that have struck me down again and again, for which they also offer no help. There might be some progress by now if they had not spent nearly twenty years denying the illness that I and so many others were exposed to. Further complicating matters is the repeated and severe brain injuries to which I was subjected, which they also seem to be expending no effort into understanding. What is known is that each of these should have been cause enough for immediate medical attention, which was not rendered.

Lastly, the DEA enters the picture again as they have now managed to create such a culture of fear in the medical community that doctors are too scared to even take the necessary steps to control the symptoms. All under the guise of a completely manufactured “overprescribing epidemic,” which stands in stark relief to all of the legitimate research, which shows the opposite to be true. Perhaps, with the right medication at the right doses, I could have bought a couple of decent years, but even that is too much to ask from a regime built upon the idea that suffering is noble and relief is just for the weak.

However, when the challenges facing a person are already so great that all but the weakest would give up, these extra factors are enough to push a person over the edge.

Is it any wonder then that the latest figures show 22 veterans killing themselves each day? That is more veterans than children killed at Sandy Hook, every single day. Where are the huge policy initiatives? Why isn’t the president standing with those families at the state of the union? Perhaps because we were not killed by a single lunatic, but rather by his own system of dehumanization, neglect, and indifference.

It leaves us to where all we have to look forward to is constant pain, misery, poverty, and dishonor. I assure you that, when the numbers do finally drop, it will merely be because those who were pushed the farthest are all already dead.

And for what? Bush’s religious lunacy? Cheney’s ever growing fortune and that of his corporate friends? Is this what we destroy lives for?

Since then, I have tried everything to fill the void. I tried to move into a position of greater power and influence to try and right some of the wrongs. I deployed again, where I put a huge emphasis on saving lives. The fact of the matter, though, is that any new lives saved do not replace those who were murdered. It is an exercise in futility.

Then, I pursued replacing destruction with creation. For a time this provided a distraction, but it could not last. The fact is that any kind of ordinary life is an insult to those who died at my hand. How can I possibly go around like everyone else while the widows and orphans I created continue to struggle? If they could see me sitting here in suburbia, in my comfortable home working on some music project they would be outraged, and rightfully so.

I thought perhaps I could make some headway with this film project, maybe even directly appealing to those I had wronged and exposing a greater truth, but that is also now being taken away from me. I fear that, just as with everything else that requires the involvement of people who can not understand by virtue of never having been there, it is going to fall apart as careers get in the way.

The last thought that has occurred to me is one of some kind of final mission. It is true that I have found that I am capable of finding some kind of reprieve by doing things that are worthwhile on the scale of life and death. While it is a nice thought to consider doing some good with my skills, experience, and killer instinct, the truth is that it isn’t realistic. First, there are the logistics of financing and equipping my own operation, then there is the near certainty of a grisly death, international incidents, and being branded a terrorist in the media that would follow. What is really stopping me, though, is that I simply am too sick to be effective in the field anymore. That, too, has been taken from me.

Thus, I am left with basically nothing. Too trapped in a war to be at peace, too damaged to be at war. Abandoned by those who would take the easy route, and a liability to those who stick it out—and thus deserve better. So you see, not only am I better off dead, but the world is better without me in it.

This is what brought me to my actual final mission. Not suicide, but a mercy killing. I know how to kill, and I know how to do it so that there is no pain whatsoever. It was quick, and I did not suffer. And above all, now I am free. I feel no more pain. I have no more nightmares or flashbacks or hallucinations. I am no longer constantly depressed or afraid or worried
I am free.

I ask that you be happy for me for that. It is perhaps the best break I could have hoped for. Please accept this and be glad for me.


Paul Joseph Watson is the editor and writer for and Prison He is the author of Order Out Of Chaos. Watson is also a host for Infowars Nightly News.
This article was posted: Monday, June 24, 2013 at 4:01 pm

Tuesday, 27 August 2013





Alain Soral, Août 2013, les faux attentats islamiques.  (The fake Islamic attacks!)



'MUSLIM soldiers' will go into schools to fight "Islamic extremism" in the wake of the Soldier-Assassin Lee Rigby State Staged 'Murder'!



  MUSLIM television addicts will soon watch with or without their entire family PORNOGRAPHIC film "DEEP THROAT"!    

 The film will be screened on Television X


"Muslim troops’ in school to fight extremism"

MUSLIM soldiers will go into schools to fight extremism in the wake of the Lee Rigby murder.

police, terror, terrorists, information, lee, rigby, murderer, islam, muslim, warsi, school, Idea*: Baroness Warsi, Minister for Faith and Communities
Some 650 of Our Boys and Girls who follow Islam will tell youngsters it is possible to be Muslim and a patriotic Brit.

The idea* is thought to have come from Baroness Warsi, 42, who is Minister for Faith and Communities and a Muslim.

Drummer Rigby was hacked to death** as he returned to Royal Artillery Barracks in Woolwich, south-east London, in May.
“This is an opportunity for men and women in uniform to show that people of all faiths are serving alongside each other”
An insider
A Whitehall source*** said the Government was determined to smash the myth that Britain is at war with Islam.
The insider added: “This is an opportunity for men and women in uniform to show that people of all faiths are serving alongside each other.”

Attacks against Muslims have soared eight-fold after the murder of dad-of-one Lee, 25.

Michael Adebolajo, 28, from Romford, Essex, and Michael Adebowale, 22, of Greenwich, south-east London, are due to stand trial later this year accused of murder.


By the way, who is that "Baroness Warsi" after all?  
Is she a REAL Muslim or does she too belong to one of those fanatical sects (like, for example, the Ismaili cut-throat Sect, the Qadianis (Ahmadis, Mirzais), etc.) working for the British imperialists, Freemasons, Zionists, Jewish and Homosexual Lobbies, and mass murderers???????


 UN Inspector Says Syrian Rebels Used Chemical Weapons, Not Assad 
  Carla del Ponte, a member of the UN Independent International Commission of Inquiry on Syria

 Testimony from victims now strongly suggests it was the rebels, not the Syrian government, that used Sarin Nerve Gas during a recent incident in the revolution-wracked nation, a senior UN diplomat said Monday. Carla del Ponte, a member of the UN Independent International Commission of Inquiry on Syria, told Swiss TV there were "strong, concrete suspicions but not yet incontrovertible proof," that rebels seeking to oust Syrian President Bashar al-Assad had used the nerve agent. But she said her panel had not yet seen any evidence of Syrian government forces using chemical weapons (CW), according to the BBC, she added that more investigation was needed. Damascus is facing growing Western accusations that its forces used such weapons, which US President Obama has described as crossing a Red Line. But Ms. del Ponte's remarks may serve to shift the focus of international concern.
Ms. del Ponte, who in Y 1999 was appointed to head the UN was crimes tribunals for Yugoslavia and Rwanda, has sometimes been a controversial figure. She was removed from her Rwanda post by the UN Security Council in Y 2003, but she continued as the Chief prosecutor for the Yugoslav tribunal until Y 2008. Rebel Free Syrian Army spokesman Louay Almokdad denied that rebels had use chemical weapons (CW).

Rebels Admit Responsibility for Chemical Weapons Attack

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Militants tell AP reporter they mishandled Saudi-supplied chemical weapons, causing accident
Paul Joseph Watson
August 30, 2013

Syrian rebels in the Damascus suburb of Ghouta have admitted to Associated Press correspondent Dale Gavlak that they were responsible for last week’s chemical weapons incident which western powers have blamed on Bashar Al-Assad’s forces, revealing that the casualties were the result of an accident caused by rebels mishandling chemical weapons provided to them by Saudi Arabia.

Image: YouTube

“From numerous interviews with doctors, Ghouta residents, rebel fighters and their families….many believe that certain rebels received chemical weapons via the Saudi intelligence chief, Prince Bandar bin Sultan, and were responsible for carrying out the (deadly) gas attack,” writes Gavlak. (back up version here).

Rebels told Gavlak that they were not properly trained on how to handle the chemical weapons or even told what they were. It appears as though the weapons were initially supposed to be given to the Al-Qaeda offshoot Jabhat al-Nusra.

“We were very curious about these arms. And unfortunately, some of the fighters handled the weapons improperly and set off the explosions,” one militant named ‘J’ told Gavlak.

His claims are echoed by another female fighter named ‘K’, who told Gavlak, “They didn’t tell us what these arms were or how to use them. We didn’t know they were chemical weapons. We never imagined they were chemical weapons.

Abu Abdel-Moneim, the father of an opposition rebel, also told Gavlak, “My son came to me two weeks ago asking what I thought the weapons were that he had been asked to carry,” describing them as having a “tube-like structure” while others were like a “huge gas bottle.” The father names the Saudi militant who provided the weapons as Abu Ayesha.

According to Abdel-Moneim, the weapons exploded inside a tunnel, killing 12 rebels.

More than a dozen rebels interviewed reported that their salaries came from the Saudi government,” writes Gavlak.

If accurate, this story could completely derail the United States’ rush to attack Syria which has been founded on the “undeniable” justification that Assad was behind the chemical weapons attack. Dale Gavlak’s credibility is very impressive. He has been a Middle East correspondent for the Associated Press for two decades and has also worked for National Public Radio (NPR) and written articles for BBC News.

The website on which the story originally appeared - Mint Press (which is currently down as a result of huge traffic it is attracting to the article) is a legitimate media organization based in Minnesota. The Minnesota Post did a profile on them last year.

Saudi Arabia’s alleged role in providing rebels, whom they have vehemently backed at every turn, with chemical weapons, is no surprise given the revelations earlier this week that the Saudis threatened Russia with terror attacks at next year’s Winter Olympics in Sochi unless they abandoned support for the Syrian President.

“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,” Prince Bandar allegedly told Vladimir Putin, the Telegraph reports.

The Obama administration is set to present its intelligence findings today in an effort prove that Assad’s forces were behind last week’s attack, despite American officials admitting to the New York Times that there is no “smoking gun” that directly links President Assad to the attack.

US intelligence officials also told the Associated Press that the intelligence proving Assad’s culpability is “no slam dunk.”

As we reported earlier this week, intercepted intelligence revealed that the Syrian Defense Ministry was making “panicked” phone calls to Syria’s chemical weapons department demanding answers in the hours after the attack, suggesting that it was not ordered by Assad’s forces.

UPDATE: Associated Press contacted us to confirm that Dave Gavlak is an AP correspondent, but that her story was not published under the banner of the Associated Press. We didn’t claim this was the case, we merely pointed to Gavlak’s credentials to stress that she is a credible source, being not only an AP correspondent, but also having written for PBS, BBC and


Paul Joseph Watson is the editor and writer for and Prison He is the author of Order Out Of Chaos. Watson is also a host for Infowars Nightly News.

This article was posted: Friday, August 30, 2013 at 1:00 pm


'We're ready to go': Britain and US could launch missile strikes on Syria as early as FRIDAY as Assad's foreign minister warns it will defend itself using 'all means available'

  • PM considering 'proportionate response' to 'abhorrent' chemical attack 
  • David Cameron recalled Parliament for Thursday and has promised vote
  • He said any action would be to prevent the use of chemical weapons
  • He said their use was 'wrong' and the 'world should not stand idly by'
  • He has said Syria has used chemical weapons on 10 previous occasions
  • U.S. Defence Secretary says they're 'ready to go' if action is ordered
  • Russians: West acts 'towards Islamic world like a monkey with a grenade'
  • Syrian foreign minister denied 'utterly' the state was behind gas attack
By Martin Robinson and James Rush

David Cameron today insisted any military action in Syria would be to prevent the future use of chemical weapons as he warned Britain was not looking to get involved in 'a Middle Eastern war'.
The Prime Minister said the Syrian regime had used chemical weapons on 10 other occasions before the attack that killed up to 1,200 in Damascus last week and warned the world 'should not stand idly by'.
Meanwhile, U.S. Defence Secretary Chuck Hagel said its armed forces were in place in the region and was 'ready to go' should President Barack Obama order action.
Reports in America suggest they could lead missile strikes from as early as Thursday.
But the tyrannical al-Assad regime has warned it will fight back with 'all means available' and its foreign secretary said attacking the country to help rebels in their war with the state was 'delusional'.
Earlier today, Mr Cameron announced Parliament would be recalled four days early, on Thursday, to debate the crisis, followed by a vote by MPs on what action to take against president al-Assad.
Prime Minister David Cameron arrives at 10 Downing Street this morning
David Cameron is expected to make an announcement on whether or not to recall Parliament to discuss a response to the chemical weapons attack in Syria
Threat: David Cameron, pictured arriving at No 10 this morning, is considering whether to take 'proportionate'  military action against Syria in response to the chemical weapons attack last week

Message: David Cameron has revealed this lunchtime that Parliament would be called back four days early and a vote on what action Britain will take
Message: David Cameron has revealed this lunchtime that Parliament would be called back four days early and a vote on what action Britain will take
Summit: Foreign Secretary William Hague arrives at 10 Downing Street for a meeting with Prime Minister David Cameron this morning
Summit: Foreign Secretary William Hague arrives at 10 Downing Street for a meeting with Prime Minister David Cameron this morning
Speaking this afternoon, he said no decision had been made about British involvement but the world had agreed almost a century ago chemical weapons should not be used.
He said action must be 'proportionate', 'legal', and 'would have to specifically be about deterring the use of chemical weapons'.
He said: 'Let me stress to people, this is not about getting involved in a Middle Eastern war or changing our stance in Syria, or going further into that conflict.
'It's about chemical weapons. Their use is wrong and the world should not stand idly by.'

Mr Cameron said the question for Britain is whether failing to act this time would lead to more use of chemical weapons in Syria and elsewhere in future.
'It must be right to have some rules in our world and try to enforce those rules,' he said.
'Of course as Prime Minister I take my responsibilities about the safety of our Armed Services incredibly carefully, seriously but the question we need to ask is whether acting or not acting will make the use of chemical weapons more prevalent.'
Mr Cameron said Thursday's debate would ensure 'proper' scrutiny and allow the Government to listen to MPs.
George Osborne MP Chancellor of the Exchequer arrives
Nick Clegg MP Deputy Prime Minister, Lord President of the Council arrives in Downing Street
Business: Chancellor George Osborne and Deputy Prime Minister Nick Clegg arrive to speak to the PM today

Crisis talks: Foreign Secretary William Hague is also at No 10 as the Armed Forces began to draw up plans to attack Syria if needed
Crisis talks: Foreign Secretary William Hague is also at No 10 as the Armed Forces began to draw up plans to attack Syria if needed
'Obviously this is a developing situation, as I say, decisions have not been taken, but we shouldn't stand by when we see this massive use of chemical weapons and appalling levels of suffering,' he said.
'I think in Parliament is the right place to set out all of the arguments, all of the questions.
'But I would say this to people - there is never 100 per cent certainty, there is never one piece or several pieces of intelligence that give you absolute certainty.
'But what we know is this regime has huge stocks of chemical weapons. We know they have used them on at least 10 occasions prior to this last widescale use.
'We know they have both the motive and the opportunity whereas the opposition does not have those things and the opposition's chance of having used chemical weapons in our view is vanishingly small.'
Mr Cameron said: 'Let's be clear what is at stake here.
'Almost 100 years ago the whole world came together and said the use of chemical weapons was morally indefensible and completely wrong.
'What we have seen in Syria are appalling scenes of death and suffering because of the use of chemical weapons by the Assad regime.
'I don't believe we can let that stand.'
He concluded: 'I understand people's concerns about war in the Middle East, about getting sucked into the situation in Syria.

'This is not about wars in the Middle East, this is not even about Syria.
'It's about the use of chemical weapons and making sure as a world we deter their use and deter the appalling scenes we have all seen on our TV screens.'
Deputy Prime Minister Nick Clegg said this afternoon failing to act against the use of chemical weapons would set a 'very dangerous precedent'.
Labour leader Ed Miliband said: 'When I saw the Prime Minister this afternoon, I said to him that we the Labour Party would consider supporting international action, but only on the basis that it was legal, that it was specifically limited to deterring the future use of chemical weapons, and that any actions contemplated had clear and achievable goals. And we'll be scrutinising any action that is contemplated on that basis.'
Call to arms: Tony Blair today irged David Cameron to back military intervention in Syria to avoid a 'nightmare scenario' for the West in the Middle East
Call to arms: Tony Blair today irged David Cameron to back military intervention in Syria to avoid a 'nightmare scenario' for the West in the Middle East
Mr Miliband added: 'The use of chemical weapons on innocent civilians is abhorrent and cannot be ignored.'
Environment Secretary Owen Paterson indicated he would be voting with the Prime Minister, saying he was 'a loyal member of the Government'.
He added: 'And the United Nations Security Council will be looking at the difficult options facing this country.
'But what we've seen in the past week is horrific and we will wait to see what those proposals are on Thursday, and I think it's absolutely right that the Prime Minister has recalled Parliament.'
Politicians have speculated that if an attack is agreed it could be launched within days of the vote because Britain has a RAF base in Cyprus, less than 100 miles from Syria, while the Royal Navy has several warships and a submarine with missiles on board already in the Mediterranean.
U.S. Defence Secretary Chuck Hagel said today its armed forces are in place in the region and 'ready to go' should President Barack Obama order military action in Syria.
A decision on whether to fire missiles into Syria could be taken before the results of a report by UN weapons inspectors into the attack is produced.
Russia on Tuesday warned a military intervention in Syria could have 'catastrophic consequences' for the region and called on the international community to show 'prudence' over the crisis.
Deputy Prime Minister Dmitry Rogozin tweeted: 'the West behaves towards the Islamic world like a monkey with a grenade.'
Downing Street said all options were still on the table adding they wanted to 'deter' al-Assad from using more chemical weapons.
'Let me stress to people, this is not about getting involved in a Middle Eastern war or changing our stance in Syria, or going further into that conflict' 
- David Cameron
'Any decision taken will be taken under a strict international framework. Any use of chemical weapons is completely and utterly abhorrent and unacceptable  and the international community needs to respond to that,' Mr Cameron's official spokesman said.
'No decision has yet been taken. We are continuing to discuss with our international partners what the right response should be, but, as part of this, we are making contingency plans for the armed forces'.
US Defence Secretary Chuck Hagel said this afternoon it was 'clearer and clearer the Syrian government was responsible' for chemical attacks in the suburbs of Damascus last week.
'I think it is pretty clear chemical weapons were used against people in Syria. I think the intelligence will conclude it was not the rebels who used it,' he told the BBC.
'We have moved assets in place to be able to fulfill and comply with whatever option the president wishes to take. We are ready to go.'
French president Francois Hollande added his voice to the growing clamour for action, saying France is 'ready to punish those who took the heinous decision to gas innocents'.
The Arab League also threw its weight behind calls for punitive action, blaming the Syrian government for the toxic attack that activists say killed hundreds of people and calling for the perpetrators to be brought to justice.
Free Syrian Army fighters hold up their weapons as they cheer after seizing Aleppo's town of Khanasir on Monday
Free Syrian Army fighters hold up their weapons as they cheer after seizing Aleppo's town of Khanasir on Monday

An opposition fighter fires a rocket propelled grenade during clashes with regime forces over the strategic area of Khanasser, situated on the only road linking Aleppo to central Syria
An opposition fighter fires a rocket propelled grenade during clashes with regime forces over the strategic area of Khanasser, situated on the only road linking Aleppo to central Syria

A heavily damaged street in Syria's eastern town of Deir Ezzor
A heavily damaged street in Syria's eastern town of Deir Ezzor
The announcement by the 22-member body, which is dominated by Gulf powerhouses Saudi Arabia and Qatar, provides indirect Arab cover for any potential military attack by Western powers.
British warplanes have apparently been arriving at RAF Akrotiri, the UK's airbase in Cyprus which sits just 100 miles from Syrian targets.
The Guardian said today that commercial pilots in the area have seen military aircraft from their windows and also 'formations of fighter jets on their radar screens'.
RAF Akrotiri was built in the mid 1950s and first used in the Suez crisis.
More recently the base was used as a supply post during the Iraq wars and also used to support the attacks on Libya in 2011.
'What we have seen in Syria are appalling scenes of death and suffering because of the use of chemical weapons by the Assad regime. I don't believe we can let that stand'
- David Cameron
It came as former Prime Minister Tony Blair compared the violent Bashar al-Assad regime to the 'dark days of Saddam'.
Mr Blair, who took Britain to war in Afghanistan and Iraq, said this morning that it is 'time we took sides'.
'People wince at the thought of intervention. But contemplate the future consequence of inaction and shudder,' he wrote in The Times.
This morning David Cameron returned early from his Cornish holiday to consider whether to recall Parliament.
MPs are demanding a binding vote over plans to launch missile strikes on Syria without the backing of the United Nations.
But Mr Blair, whose views appear to be out of step with current Labour MPs, urged the Government to ignore 'the impulse to stay clear of turmoil'.
'I understand every impulse to stay clear of the turmoil, to watch but not to intervene, to ratchet up language but not to engage in the hard, even harsh business of changing reality on the ground.
'But we have collectively to understand the consequences of wringing our hands instead of putting them to work.
'I hear people talking as if there was nothing we could do: the Syrian defence systems are too powerful, the issues too complex, and in any event, why take sides since they're all as bad as each other?
Tyrant: President Bashar al-Assad speaking with journalists from a Russian newspaper in Damascus, Syria
Tyrant: President Bashar al-Assad speaking with journalists from a Russian newspaper in Damascus, Syria
Talks: Prime Minister David Cameron (right) is expected to hold a second telephone call with US President Barack Obama (left) within the next 48 hours to finalise plans for military action (file picture)
Talks: Prime Minister David Cameron (right) is expected to hold a second telephone call with US President Barack Obama (left) within the next 48 hours to finalise plans for military action (file picture)
Threat: An attack by Britain, France and the United States on Syria would involve long-range Tomahawk missiles
Threat: An attack by Britain, France and the United States on Syria would involve long-range Tomahawk missiles
'But others are taking sides. They're not terrified of the prospect of intervention. They're intervening. To support an assault on civilians not seen since the dark days of Saddam.
'It is time we took a side: the side of the people who want what we want; who see our societies for all their faults as something to admire; who know that they should not be faced with a choice between tyranny and theocracy.'
Mr Blair is now the Middle East peace envoy for the US, Russia, the EU and the United Nations, and said allowing the enduring controversy over the decision to invade Iraq in 2003 to hold back military intervention in Syria could help produce a 'nightmare scenario' for the West in the Middle East.

Syrian foreign minister Walid Muallem denied 'utterly and completely' that state forces had been behind the attack.
At a press conference in Damascus, he said:
'They said that the Syrian forces, the Syrian army are the ones who did this attack.
'I deny it utterly and completely.
'There is no country in the world who would use an ultimate destruction weapon against his own people'.
Speaking about the threat of attack by Britain or America he added: 'If the purpose of a possible (foreign) military strike is to achieve a balance of power ... it's delusional and not at all possible,'
Mr Muallem claimed that the regime had not attempted to obstruct weapons inspectors from visiting the site while evidence was still fresh.
The Russian Air Force acrobatics demonstration teams 'Russian Knights' and 'Swifts' perform during the opening of the International Aviation and Space salon MAKS 2013
The Russian Air Force acrobatics demonstration teams 'Russian Knights' and 'Swifts' perform during the opening of the International Aviation and Space salon MAKS 2013

Russia has delivered aid to the region and began evacuating some of its citizens. Picture shows the Russian Air Force acrobatics demonstration teams
Russia has delivered aid to the region and began evacuating some of its citizens. Picture shows the Russian Air Force acrobatics demonstration teams

'We didn't argue about the site they wanted to go to. We agreed immediately. There's no delay.'
The Prime Minister announced that Parliament will be recalled this week to debate plans by Britain, France and the United States to launch strikes against Syria in retaliation for last week’s barbaric chemical weapons attack.

But despite a growing domestic backlash over the prospect of intervention, it was unclear whether MPs will be given a binding vote.
Russia and Syria both raised the prospect of dire consequences if the West launches attacks without a UN mandate.
US Secretary of State John Kerry called last week’s attack a ‘moral obscenity’, but Syrian tyrant Bashar al-Assad warned: ‘Failure awaits the United States as in all previous wars it has unleashed, starting with Vietnam and up to the present day.’
And experts insisted that any attack could be illegal without UN authorisation – leaving British ministers and military commanders open to war crimes charges.
MPs last night said it was vital that any military action had their backing in a binding Commons vote.
Response: United Nations chemical weapons experts meet residents at one of the sites of an alleged poison gas attack in the south-western Damascus suburb of Mouadamiya
Response: United Nations chemical weapons experts meet residents at one of the sites of an alleged poison gas attack in the south-western Damascus suburb of Mouadamiya
Former Lib Dem leader Sir Menzies Campbell said it was ‘inconceivable’ that any attack would be launched before UN weapons inspectors have reported back and ‘Parliament has met, discussed and voted on the issue’.
In Geneva, U.N. spokeswoman Alessandra Vellucci said the inspection team might need longer than the planned 14 days to complete its work and its priority now is to determine what chemical weapons - reports range from Sarin to industrial gas - might have been used in the August 21 attack.
'This is the first priority,' she said.

Nick Clegg is also believed to back a Commons vote, as does Labour. But some ministers are wary of setting a precedent and insist the Government must have the ‘flexibility’ to respond swiftly to events without recourse to Parliament.


Foreign Secretary William Hague
Britain and the United States could attack Syria without the backing of the United Nations, William Hague claimed yesterday – despite warnings it would breach international law.
The Foreign Secretary said the impasse on the UN Security Council caused by Russia’s support for Syria would not prevent the West retaliating against the use
of chemical weapons.

A similar argument was used when Britain and the United States invaded Iraq in 2003.
Attorney-General Dominic Grieve has been asked to draw up a legal case for military strikes, which will be presented at a meeting of the National Security Council tomorrow.
Russia said bypassing the UN to attack Syria would be a ‘grave violation of international law’. And legal experts warned that intervening without a UN mandate would be ‘very difficult’.
But Mr Hague insisted any action would be legal. He said: ‘Whatever we do will be in accordance with international law and will be based on legal advice to the National Security Council and to the Cabinet.
'So, is it possible to act on chemical weapons, is it possible to respond to chemical weapons without complete unity on the UN Security Council? I would argue, yes, it is.
'It is possible to take action based on great humanitarian need and humanitarian distress – it’s possible to do that under many different scenarios.’ 
But others disagreed. Former ambassador Oliver Miles said he ‘did not understand’ Mr Hague’s argument, adding: ‘There is not any legal basis that I am aware of, apart from self-defence – and this clearly is not that.’
Michael Caplan, a solicitor QC specialising in international law, said it was ‘very difficult’ to make a legal case for intervention without a UN mandate.
‘There is no threat to the security of this country or the United States so on what basis could we intervene?’
With polls showing the public is wary of any intervention in Syria’s bloody civil war, many Tory MPs also demanded a vote.
Tory Andrew Bridgen, who co-ordinated a letter to Mr Cameron signed by 81 Conservative MPs demanding a say on Syria, said MPs had previously been assured they would get ‘a debate and a substantive vote’ before action is taken.
He said ministers should now honour their promise, adding: ‘We live in a parliamentary democracy, not a brutal dictatorship. The letter was specifically about arming the rebels but also about any further escalation of the crisis.’
Tory MP Sarah Wollaston said a debate and vote were essential to air widespread public concerns about intervention in Syria.
She added: ‘I sense that we are on a headlong rush into escalating this conflict and I think Parliament can act as a natural brake to that.’
Fellow Tory Douglas Carswell also said it would be ‘unacceptable’ for Mr Cameron to launch military action without the approval of Parliament.
Mr Carswell pointed out that in opposition Mr Cameron had called for curbs on the power of the prime minister to prevent military action without Parliamentary approval.
He added: ‘If the case for military involvement in Syria is as strong as those at the top of this Government seem to believe, they will have no difficulty in coming to the House of Commons and making their case.’
Shadow foreign secretary Douglas Alexander said: ‘Both the Foreign Secretary and the Prime Minister have made commitments to the House of Commons that Parliament would be recalled before a decision about further UK involvement in Syria was taken.
‘While of course I understand the Foreign Secretary’s reluctance to discuss specific military deployments, he and the Prime Minister do need to be open about the objectives, the legal basis, and the anticipated effect of any possible UK military action in Syria.
‘I would fully expect the Prime Minister to make his case to Parliament.’
The calls came as the Prime Minister cut short his holiday to return to London to take charge of the crisis.
Mr Clegg has also cancelled a planned visit to Afghanistan to take part in a crunch meeting of the National Security Council in London tomorrow, at which plans for missile strikes against Syria could be finalised.

Bullet damage: Snipers opened fire at a United Nations vehicle traveling in a convoy carrying a team investigating the alleged use of chemical weapons in Damascus
Bullet damage: Snipers opened fire at a United Nations vehicle traveling in a convoy carrying a team investigating the alleged use of chemical weapons in Damascus
Guns: Free Syrian Army fighters hold up their weapons as they cheer in Aleppo's Saif al-Dawla district
Guns: Free Syrian Army fighters hold up their weapons as they cheer in Aleppo's Saif al-Dawla district

Foreign Secretary William Hague said the US was signed up to plans to deliver a ‘strong response’ – thought to involve missile strikes against key regime targets.
'Failure awaits the United States as in all previous wars it has unleashed, starting with Vietnam and up to the present day'
Bashar al-Assad, Syrian President

He added: ‘We, the United States, many other countries, including France, are very clear that we can’t allow the idea in the 21st century that chemical weapons can be used with impunity.’
Government sources confirmed that military planners were finalising potential targets for a missile attack that is likely to take place within the next ten days.

A source said any attack would be designed to ‘deter further outrages’ by Assad and send a message to other tyrants that the use of chemical weapons remained taboo.
Arsenal: A member of the 'Free Men of Syria' (Ahrar Suriya) brigade, operating under the Free Syrian Army, works to make improvised weapons as homemade rockets are seen in the foreground at a factory in Aleppo
Arsenal: A member of the 'Free Men of Syria' (Ahrar Suriya) brigade, operating under the Free Syrian Army, works to make improvised weapons as homemade rockets are seen in the foreground at a factory in Aleppo
Wreckage: Black columns of smoke rise from heavy shelling in the Jobar neighborhood, east of Damascus, Syria
Wreckage: Black columns of smoke rise from heavy shelling in the Jobar neighborhood, east of Damascus, Syria

But the source stressed that any military strike would not signal wider involvement in Syria’s civil war, which has already left more than 100,000 dead.
'We, the United States, many other countries, including France, are very clear that we can’t allow the idea in the 21st century that chemical weapons can be used with impunity'
William Hague, Foreign Secretary

Mr Cameron last night held a strained telephone conversation with President Putin, in which the Russian leader repeated his claim that there was still no independent evidence that chemical weapons had been used or that the Assad regime was behind any attack.
The Prime Minister told him that the UK believed there was ‘little doubt’ that the atrocity was carried out by the Syrian regime.
He is expected to hold a second telephone call with President Obama within the next 48 hours to finalise plans for military action.


Don't start what you can’t finish, warn the top brass

As Britain, America and France threaten to launch missile strikes against Syria, IAN DRURY asks some of Britain’s leading military experts what the West should do...
Lord West of Spithead

Former First Sea Lord and security adviser in Gordon Brown’s Labour government:
‘We have to be absolutely crystal clear in our own minds that the use of chemical weapons was by the regime. If it was, then I think we can persuade Russia to sign a UN resolution that condemns a head of state for using them against their own people. That seems to be the first move.
‘I’m very wary of military action, even if it is a limited missile strike. What do we hope to achieve? Where will it lead?
‘What if Assad says, “get lost”, and uses chemical weapons again? Are we going to escalate military action? I have a horrible feeling that one strike would quickly become more.
‘The region is a powder keg. We simply can’t predict which way military action will go and whether it would draw us, unwillingly, further into a conflict.’

Defence Secretary during the First Gulf War:
Lord King of Bridgwater
‘There are no good options, only the least worst ones. I’m very wary of getting involved militarily in the teeth of a major sectarian Sunni-Shia bust-up that could affect the whole region. That’s why it’s so urgent that we get around the table to find a diplomatic and political solution.
‘I’m all in favour of getting Iran [the world’s largest Shia nation] involved because it is vital not to rub them up the wrong way. It’s also important that the Russians are involved: they must not feel as though they’ve been pushed back into a corner.
‘It is imperative to find a solution, and it mustn’t be military. This is turning into such a conflagration that it’s becoming extremely dangerous. I am appalled by the idea that the regime, if that is the case as it appears, would use chemicals against its own people. But the difficulties in how we respond do not become any easier.
‘The idea of a military strike to express disapproval is fraught with problems. We would have to avoid hitting civilians, and if we attacked the chemical plants there is the danger of dispersal of those chemicals into the air. It is hugely important that the UN does show some leadership here.’

Ex-Royal Marines officer who led 3 Commando Brigade during Falklands War:
Major General Julian Thompson
‘The attack in Damascus last week has altered the conflict dramatically because
it has aroused a considerable amount of odium around the world. It was a stupid thing to do because Assad has fired up people who, on the whole, were not inclined to do anything about him.

‘If we are going to retaliate – which I don’t think we should – then an attack by a submarine using cruise missiles is the favoured solution because you don’t have
to put troops on the ground and you don’t fly aeroplanes against Syria’s
well-armed air defences.

‘It is risk-free, but we have to get our targeting right because we don’t want to kill civilians. The problem is we don’t know what the consequences will be. Russia is certainly against it, as is China.
‘There is a perception that Assad is poking us in the eye; if we let him get away with this chemical attack, what will he try next? But I’m wary of acting if we don’t know what the consequences will be.’

Former Deputy Chief of the Defence Staff in 1999:
Vice-Admiral Sir Jeremy Blackham
‘I strongly condemn the use of chemical weapons, which is illegal, and the idea of
a punishment strike is not at all unreasonable: how else is international law to be upheld?

‘Ideally this should have support, or a mandate, from the UN or the International Court of Justice.
‘However, it would be most imprudent to do it without careful consideration of, and proper preparation for, the range of consequences which might follow. This is not
a very nice dilemma and the answer is not at all obvious.’

Former Commander of British Forces in Afghanistan:
Colonel Richard Kemp
‘If the Syrian regime carried out a nerve agent attack, then a limited but
devastating surgical air strike is not only justified but necessary in order to send
a clear message to Assad.

‘It is essential that the US and UK base their decision on the best possible
chemical analysis, backed up by firm intelligence to confirm who was responsible.

‘Of course our governments will need to be prepared to follow up with a second, more severe, wave of attacks if Assad responds with another chemical strike or some other outrage. But we must not be drawn into a protracted campaign, either in the air or on the ground. It would not be long before all sides turned against us.
‘And while it will be possible – under the table – to square a swift and limited intervention with Russia, a wider operation would be much more likely to develop into a proxy war or worse.
‘Nor should we supply rebel fighters dominated by Islamist extremists with anti-aircraft or anti-armour missiles: they are sworn enemies of the West.’

Former SAS commander and leader of United  Nations Protection Force in Bosnia in 1994-95:
General Sir Michael Rose
‘The credibility of America hinges on Obama doing something after he said use of chemical weapons was a “red line” that couldn’t be crossed.
‘I am not against a military strike, but the intelligence has got to be good and the target has got to be very specific; so specific that it identifies the unit that carried out the attacks.
‘If not, we will be seen to be siding with the rebels – and that should not be the business of the Western powers. We don’t know what the outcome is going to be, and we could end up with people in power who are worse even than Assad.
‘We need to be imposing an arms embargo and a no-fly zone, which would reduce the level of the violence. This is a total lose-lose situation for the people of Syria. But however terrible their suffering is with Assad and his brutal ways, the end result of an escalating arms race will be to make things worse. The suffering will only be greater.’

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Syria: UK Will Not (?) Take Part In Military Action

The UK is not going to be part of any military action in Syria, the Defence Secretary Philip Hammond says.
He spoke after a government motion, calling for a strong humanitarian response which may have included military strikes, was rejected by 272 votes to 285 late on Thursday night.

Commentators said it was the first time a British Prime Minister had lost a vote on war since 1782.

Speaking after the historic defeat, David Cameron said it was clear Parliament "does not want to see British military action" in Syria.

Mr Hammond told BBC's Newsnight programme that Mr Cameron was "disappointed" by the vote.

But he said it was clear "the mood of Parliament is that Britain should not be involved in military action and Britain will not be involved in military action".

He said: "We are now clear that we are not now going to be part of any military action - that probably means we will not be part of any planning or discussion.

"It is certainly going to put a strain on the special relationship. The Americans do understand the parliamentary process that we have to go through.

"They have always understood that in order to be involved in military action we would have to secure the consent of Parliament."

Responding to the vote, White House spokesperson Caitlin Hayden said: "The US will continue to consult with the UK Government - one of our closest allies and friends.

"As we've said, President Obama's decision making will be guided by what is in the best interests of the US.
"He believes that there are core interests at stake for the US and that countries who violate international norms regarding chemical weapons need to be held accountable."

Labour leader Ed Miliband said UK military action is now "off the agenda" and said MPs had reacted against Mr Cameron's "cavalier and reckless" leadership.

He said the PM had tried to "bypass the United Nations" and there would have been nothing worse for the world than Britain pursuing "ill-thought through action" which lacked international support.

Education Secretary Michael Gove shouted "disgrace, you're a disgrace" at Conservative and Liberal Democrat rebels after the defeat, an MP told Sky News.

The Scottish National Party's Westminster leader Angus Robertson said he watched on as Mr Gove had to be "persuaded to calm down" following the outburst.

Conservative rebel MP Adam Holloway told Sky News: "I feel sorry for David Cameron personally because I know the guy is very sincere on this.

"To me what matters here is not so much the arithmetic of the vote but that it is much less likely now that we won't be intervening in a horrible civil war that is fast becoming a regional conflict. Outrage isn't a strategy."
General Lord Dannatt, former head of the British Army, described the vote as a "victory for common sense" and said the "drumbeat for war" had dwindled among the British public in recent days.

In the Commons, Mr Miliband called on the PM to confirm he would not use the Royal prerogative to order the UK to be part of military action before another vote.

Mr Cameron replied: "I can give that assurance. Let me say the House has not voted for either motion tonight. I strongly believe in the need for a tough response to the use of chemical weapons."

There were claims that a number of ministers had not taken part in the vote because they were involved in meetings and failed to hear the division bell.

Sky's Adam Boulton said: "It's a major embarrassment (for Mr Cameron). His authority and judgement are going to be called severely into question."

The PM had already been forced to water down his stance - accepting Labour demands that direct British involvement would require a second vote following an investigation by UN weapons inspectors.

A number of Conservative and Liberal Democrat MPs - who have spoken out regularly against military intervention in Syria - either supported Labour and voted against the Government or did not cast a vote.
It followed rejection for a Labour amendment to the motion which called for military action to be taken only once the UN Security Council had voted in light of a report from weapons inspectors on the ground in Syria.
Mr Cameron had earlier said the "abhorrent" chemical weapons attack in Damascus last week had caused "sickening human suffering" and could not be ignored.

But he stressed his plans should not be compared to the allied invasion of Iraq in 2003, which led to the downfall of Saddam Hussein.

He said: "This is not like Iraq, what we are seeing in Syria is fundamentally different. We are not invading a country. We are not searching for chemical or biological weapons."

He warned "decades of painstaking work" would be undone if there was no international action.

"The global consensus against the use of chemical weapons will be fatally unravelled, a 100-year taboo would be breached," he warned.

The PM admitted there was no "one smoking piece of intelligence" that made it 100% certain the Assad regime was behind the atrocity.

UN weapons inspectors are due to finish their work on Friday and will report directly to UN secretary general Ban Ki-moon within 24 hours.

But their conclusions will not apportion blame - they will only set out the evidence on whether a chemical attack happened or not.

Syrian President Bashar al Assad  issued a fresh warning on Thursday that the country would "defend itself in the face of any aggression".

Permanent members of the UN Security Council - the UK, America, France, Russia and China - met for an hour to discuss the situation.

The UK has tabled a draft resolution seeking approval for military action.

But Moscow, a key ally of Assad, is opposed to any military intervention and with China has vetoed all previous attempts to secure resolutions critical of the regime.

Reports suggested Russia is sending warships to the Mediterranean.

Six British RAF Typhoon jets were earlier sent to Cyprus as tensions mount, in what the Ministry of Defence called a "prudent and precautionary measure".

Tonight I am a British Patriot!!!

The House of Common said No to another Zio-Con war. President Obama and the USA are  left to fight this war alone, and according to the Israeli Ynet, President Obama  is willing to do so. 

BBC reports: British MPs have voted to reject possible military action against the Assad regime in Syria to deter the use of chemical weapons.

A government motion was defeated 285 to 272, a majority of 13 votes.

Prime Minster David Cameron said it was clear Parliament does not want action and "the government will act accordingly".

It effectively rules out British involvement in any US-led strikes against the Assad regime.

And it comes as blow to the authority of David Cameron, who had already watered down a government motion proposing military action, in response to the opposition Labour Party's demands for more evidence of Assad's guilt.

Labour had seen its own amendment - calling for "compelling" evidence - rejected by MPs by 114 votes.

But - in an unexpected turn of events - MPs also rejected the government's motion in support of military action in Syria if it was supported by evidence from United Nations weapons inspectors, who are investigating claims President Bashar al-Assad's regime had used chemical weapons against civilians.

The Real Target of These Attacks is Not Syria

Why a victory for Assad is a victory for Iran

By Robert Fisk

August 29, 2013 "Information Clearing House - "The Independent" -  Before the stupidest Western war in the history of the modern world begins – I am, of course, referring to the attack on Syria that we all now have to swallow – it might be as well to say that the Cruise missiles which we confidently expect to sweep onto one of mankind’s oldest cities have absolutely nothing to do with Syria.

They are intended to harm Iran. They are intended to strike at the Islamic Republic now that it has a new and vibrant president – as opposed to the crackpot Mahmoud Ahmedinejad* – and when it just might be a little more stable. Iran is Israel’s enemy. Iran is therefore, naturally, America’s enemy. So there is nothing pleasant about the regime in Damascus. Nor do these comments let the regime off the hook when it comes to mass gassing. But I am old enough to remember that when Iraq – then America’s ally – used gas against the Kurds of Hallabjah in 1988, we did not assault Baghdad. Indeed, that attack would have to wait until 2003, when Saddam no longer had any gas or any of the other weapons we nightmared over. And I also happen to remember that the CIA put it about in 1988 that Iran was responsible for the Hallabjah gassings, a palpable lie that focused on America’s enemy whom Saddam was then fighting on our behalf. And thousands – not hundreds – died in Hallabjah. But there you go. Different days, different standards.

And I suppose it’s worth noting that when Israel killed up to 17,000 men, women and children in Lebanon in 1982 in an invasion supposedly provoked by the attempted PLO murder of the Israeli ambassador in London – it was Saddam’s mate Abu Nidal who arranged the killing, not the PLO, but that doesn’t matter now – America merely called for both sides to exercise “restraint”. And when, a few months before that invasion, Hafez al-Assad – father of Bashar – sent his brother up to Hama to wipe out thousands of Muslim Brotherhood rebels, nobody muttered a word of condemnation. “Hama Rules,” is how my old mate Tom Friedman cynically styled this bloodbath. Anyway, there’s a different Brotherhood around these days – and Obama couldn’t even bring himself to say ‘boo’ when their elected president got deposed.

So what in heaven’s name are we doing? After countless thousands have died in Syria’s awesome tragedy, suddenly – now, after months and years of prevarication – we are getting upset about a few hundred deaths. We should have been traumatised into action by this war in 2011. And 2012. But now? Why? Well, I suspect I know the reason. I think that Bashar al-Assad’s ruthless army might just be winning against the rebels whom we secretly arm. With the assistance of the Lebanese Hizballah – Iran’s ally in Lebanon – the Damascus regime broke the rebels in Qusayr and may be in the process of breaking them north of Homs. Iran is ever more deeply involved in protecting the Syrian government. Thus a victory for Bashar is a victory for Iran. And Iranian victories cannot be tolerated by the West.

And while we’re on the subject of war, what happened to those magnificent Palestinian-Israeli negotiations John Kerry was boasting about? While we express our anguish at the hideous gassings in Syria, the land of Palestine continues to be gobbled up. Israel’s Likudist policy – to negotiate for peace until there is no Palestine left – continues apace, which is why King Abdullah of Jordan’s nightmare (a much more potent one than the ‘weapons of mass destruction’ we dreamed up in 2003) grows larger: that Palestine will be in Jordan, not in Palestine.

But if we are to believe the nonsense coming out of Washington, London, Paris and the rest of the ‘civilised’ world, it’s only a matter of time before our swift and avenging sword smiteth the Damascenes. To observe the leadership of the rest of the Arab world applauding this destruction is perhaps the most painful historical experience for the region to endure. And the most shameful. Save for the fact that we will be attacking Shiite Muslims and their allies to the handclapping of Sunni Muslims**. That’s what civil war is made of.
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Unfortunately, the usual piece of shit of Robert Fisk! 
**  Modern "Sunnis" are CIA-SAUDI brainwashed fanatics, NOT SUNNIS!
Syria Crisis: US May Act Without Allied Support

President Barack Obama may proceed with military action against Syria even without allied support, US officials have said.

But they stressed no final decision has been made on America's response to the Syrian government's alleged chemical weapons attack, which is said to have killed 1,300 people.

Veto-holding members of the United Nations are at odds over a draft Security Council resolution that would authorise "all necessary force" in response to the alleged gas attack.

The UK's traditional role as America's most reliable military ally was called into question when David Cameron became the first British prime minister in history to be blocked by MPs over the prospect of military action.

A chastened-looking PM, struggling to make himself heard over calls of "resign" from the opposition benches, told them "I get it" as he abandoned hopes of joining any US strike on Syria.

Speaking after the historic defeat, the White House said Mr Obama would decide on a response to chemical weapons use in Syria based on US interests, but that Washington would continue to consult with Britain.
British chancellor George Osborne acknowledged that the inability to commit British forces to any American-led operation against Assad would damage the special relationship between Westminster and Washington.

He told BBC Radio 4's Today programme: "I think there will be a national soul-searching about our role in the world and whether Britain wants to play a big part in upholding the international system, be that big, open and trading nation that I like us to be, or whether we turn our back on that."

Sky's Foreign Affairs Editor Tim Marshall said the relationship between Britain and the US was "bruised but not broken". "I don't think there's a divorce on the cards, a bit of bickering perhaps," he added.

US Defence Secretary Chuck Hagel, speaking on a trip to the Philippines, said: "It is the goal of President Obama and our government ... whatever decision is taken, that it be an international collaboration and effort."

America is mulling whether to strike Syria without UN backing despite some of the more hawkish figures in the US cautioning against military action.

Former president, George W Bush, told Fox News Mr Obama had a "tough choice to make" but would not be drawn on what he should do.

He added: "I was not a fan of Mr Assad. He's an ally of Iran and has made mischief."

Former Defence Secretary Donald Rumsfeld, who helped spearhead US invasions in Iraq and Afghanistan, said: "There really hasn’t been any indication from the administration as to what our national interest is with respect to this particular situation."

He said, if anything, the US should be more concerned with Iran.

Earlier, top US officials spoke to key Democrat and Republican politicians for more than 90 minutes in a conference call to explain why they believe the Syrian regime was responsible for the suspected chemical attack.

They have been pressing Mr Obama to provide a legal rationale for military action, and to lay out a firm case linking President Bashar al Assad's forces to the attack.

Tennessee Senator Bob Corker, a senior Republican on the Senate Foreign Relations Committee, said after the briefing that "strong evidence of the Assad regime's continued use of chemical warfare" merited a military response.

It remained to be seen whether any sceptics were swayed by the call, given the expectation that officials would hold back classified information to protect intelligence sources.

"The main thing was that they have no doubt that Assad's forces used chemical weapons," New York Rep Eliot Engel, the top Democrat on the House Foreign Affairs Committee, said after the briefing.

But he said officials did not provide much new evidence of that.

"They said they have (intercepted) some discussions and some indications from a high-level official," he said, and that they possess intelligence showing material being moved in advance of the attack.

France announced that its armed forces "have been put in position to respond" if President Francois Hollande decides on military action.

He does not need French parliamentary approval to launch military action that lasts less than four months.
Moscow and Beijing have both vetoed previous Western efforts to impose UN penalties on Syria.

China has also been keen to show it is not taking sides and has urged the Syrian government to talk to the opposition and meet demands for political change.

Mr Assad, who has denied using chemical weapons, vowed his country "will defend itself against any aggression".

Mr Obama has ruled out putting American forces on the ground in Syria or setting up a no-fly zone over the country.

He said any US response would be limited in scope and aimed solely at punishing Mr Assad for deploying deadly gases, not at regime change.

The most likely military option would be Tomahawk cruise missile strikes from four Navy destroyers in the eastern Mediterranean Sea.

Jewish Press Unleash Hatred against Britain

The Jewish Times of Israel editor, veteran Zionist Supremacist and agent David Horovitz, has shown the world the true nature of Zionist Supremacism in a hatred-filled editorial attacking “perfidious Albion” for daring not to believe Jewish propaganda about Syria.

In an editorial titled “Perfidious Albion hands murderous Assad a spectacular victory,” Horovitz asserted that “ a perfect storm of British ineptitude and gutlessness sent the wrong message to the butcher of Damascus, and left Israel more certain than ever that it can only rely on itself.”

The Times of Israel is a Jerusalem-based online newspaper founded in 2012 by UK-born but now “Israeli” Horovitz and his US-based capital partner Seth Klarman.

Horovitz’s hatred of the country he was born in, and its native people, drips from the wording in his editorial. He says that the British decision not to immediately attack Syria just because the Zionists said they should, was the result of “political ineptitude, short-sighted expediency, and gutlessness.”

Hortovitz’s own newspaper earlier confirmed that “Israeli intelligence” was the single source for the “evidence” about the claimed chemical attack.

He, like other Zionist Supremacists, is now outraged that the British goyim have refused to unreservedly take the Jewish line as the Gospel truth—and instead have dared to ask to actual proof.

Horovitz, previously editor of the Jerusalem Post, went on to claim that Cameron’s defeat in the British parliament was the result of “prime ministerial foolishness” because he had “tried to steamroll parliament into rubber-stamping a yes to whatever Washington might be planning.

Israelis bomb and burn children with phosphorus--crimes that Jewish Supremacists like Horovitz choose to ignore.
Israelis bomb and burn children with phosphorus–crimes that Jewish Supremacists like Horovitz choose to ignore.

“The bottom line is that the UK, asked by its leader to stand up and fight against the use of WMD to kill innocent civilians in distant Syria, walked away,” Horovitz wrote— ignoring the fact that Israel regularly bombs innocent civilians and children in Gaza and Lebanon with phosphorus and depleted uranium shells.
Even the Jewish leader of Britain’s Labour Party, Ed Milliband, is dismissed by Horovitz for not daring to come out openly in support of an immediate attack on Syria.

The British vote, Horovitz said, “involved an unimpressive Labor opposition leader, Ed Miliband, who has failed to connect to the British electorate and is unloved by his own party, and who saw an opportunity for political gain.”

Finally, Horovitz ended his anti-British hate rant by calling Britain “perfidious” and saying that it was clear that Israel would have to take care of its own interests itself.

“Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu will be feeling a further bitter vindication of his long-held and oft-stated conviction that, ultimately, against all dangers, Israel needs to be able to take care of itself, by itself. At the very least, he might be reflecting, perfidious Albion could not be relied upon to rally to the rescue,” Horovitz concluded.

This statement, that “Israel needs to be able to take care of itself” and that “perfidious Albion could not be relied upon to rally to the rescue” is the clearest admission yet that the whole point of the propaganda campaign waged by Horovitz and his tribalists against Syria was to get the goyim to attack the Assad government.

The outpouring of hatred against Britain by Horovitz accurately reflects Jewish Supremacist attitudes towards non-Jews: as long as the latter do Jewish bidding, they are “righteous Gentiles,” but as soon as they dare question their Master’s Voice, they are “perfidious” and “unreliable.”

* Albion is the oldest known name of the island of Great Britain, derived from the ancient Greek.

Russia releases key findings on chemical attack near Aleppo indicating similarity with rebel-made weapons

Published time: September 04, 2013 17:02
Edited time: September 05, 2013 09:58

People injured in what the government said was a chemical weapons attack, breathe through oxygen masks as they are treated at a hospital in the Syrian city of Aleppo March 19, 2013 (Reuters / George Ourfalian)
People injured in what the government said was a chemical weapons attack, breathe through oxygen masks as they are treated at a hospital in the Syrian city of Aleppo March 19, 2013 (Reuters / George Ourfalian)

Probes from Khan al-Assal show chemicals used in the March 19 attack did not belong to standard Syrian army ammunition, and that the shell carrying the substance was similar to those made by a rebel fighter group, the Russian Foreign Ministry stated.
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A statement released by the ministry on Wednesday particularly drew attention to the “massive stove-piping of various information aimed at placing the responsibility for the alleged chemical weapons use in Syria on Damascus, even though the results of the UN investigation have not yet been revealed.”

By such means “the way is being paved for military action” against Damascus, the ministry pointed out. 
But the samples taken at the site of the March 19 attack and analyzed by Russian experts indicate that a projectile carrying the deadly nerve agent sarin was most likely fired at Khan al-Assal by the rebels, the ministry statement suggests, outlining the 100-page report handed over to the UN by Russia.

The key points of the report have been given as follows:

• the shell used in the incident “does not belong to the standard ammunition of the Syrian army and was crudely according to type and parameters of the rocket-propelled unguided missiles manufactured in the north of Syria by the so-called Bashair al-Nasr brigade”;
• RDX, which is also known as hexogen or cyclonite, was used as the bursting charge for the shell, and it is “not used in standard chemical munitions”;
• soil and shell samples contain “the non-industrially synthesized nerve agent sarin and diisopropylfluorophosphate,” which was “used by Western states for producing chemical weapons during World War II.”

The findings of the report are “extremely specific,” as they mostly consist of scientific and technical data from probes’ analysis, the ministry stressed, adding that this data can “substantially aid” the UN investigation of the incident.

While focusing on the Khan al-Assal attack on March 19, in which at least 26 civilians and Syrian army soldiers were killed, and 86 more were injured, the Russian Foreign Ministry also criticized the “flawed selective approach” of certain states in reporting the recent incidents of alleged chemical weapons use in August.

The hype around the alleged attack on the eastern Damascus suburb of Ghouta showed “apparent attempts to cast a veil over the incidents of gas poisoning of Syrian army soldiers on August 22, 24 and 25,” the ministry said, adding that all the respective evidence was handed to the UN by Syria.
The condition of the soldiers who, according to Damascus, suffered poisoning after discovering tanks with traces of sarin, has been examined and documented by the UN inspectors, the ministry pointed out, adding that “any objective investigation of the August 21 incident in eastern Ghouta is impossible without the consideration of all these facts.”

UN Secretary General Ban Ki-moon on Tuesday said the UN investigators are set to return to Syria to investigate several other cases of alleged chemical weapons use, including the March 19 incident in Khan al-Assal. 

Israeli intelligence 'intercepted Syrian regime talk about chemical attack'

Information passed to US by Israeli Defence Forces' 8200 unit, former official tells magazine
An Israeli soldier rests on his armoured bulldozer
An Israeli soldier rests on his armoured bulldozer in a deployment training area in the Golan Heights near the border with Syria. Photograph: Menahem Kahana/AFP/Getty
A team of United Nations inspectors have resumed their second day of investigations at the site of an alleged chemical weapons attack outside Damascus, as western leaders moved towards military action in response to the Syrian regime's reported use of chemical weapons against civilians.

The UN team left their Damascus hotel early on Wednesday after the operation was suspended on Tuesday following a sniper attack on its convoy on Monday.

The bulk of evidence proving the Assad regime's deployment of chemical weapons – which would provide legal grounds essential to justify any western military action – has been provided by Israeli military intelligence, the German magazine Focus has reported.

Binyamin Netanyahu  
 Binyamin Netanyahu said Israel was 'prepared for every scenario'. Photograph: Yossi Aloni/AFP/Getty Images 
  The 8200 unit of the Israeli Defence Forces, which specialises in electronic surveillance, intercepted a conversation between Syrian officials regarding the use of chemical weapons, an unnamed former Mossad official told Focus. The content of the conversation was relayed to the US, the ex-official said.

The 8200 unit collects and analyses electronic data, including wiretapped telephone calls and emails. It is the largest unit in the IDF.

Israel has invested in intelligence assets in Syria for decades, according to a senior government official. "We have an historic intelligence effort in the field, for obvious reasons," he said.

Israel and the US had a "close and co-operative relationship in the intelligence field", he added, but declined to comment specifically on the Focus report.

Senior Israeli security officials arrived in Washington on Monday to share the latest results of intelligence-gathering, and to review the Syrian crisis with national security adviser Susan Rice.

In northern Israel, a military training exercise began on Wednesday in the Golan Heights, Syrian territory that has been occupied by Israel since 1967. There have been numerous incidences of mortar shells and gunfire landing on the Israeli-controlled Golan over the past year, prompting return fire by the IDF on occasion.
The Israeli prime minister, Binyamin Netanyahu, was due to convene the security cabinet on Wednesday to discuss impending US military intervention in Syria. Officials are assessing the chances of Syrian retaliation against Israel following US action.

An unnamed senior Syrian army officer told the Iranian news agency Fars: "If Syria is attacked, Israel will also be set on fire and such an attack will, in turn, engage Syria's neighbours."

Israel was "prepared for every scenario" and would respond forcefully if necessary, Netanyahu said after the meeting.

Later, Benny Gantz, the Israeli chief of staff, said: "Those who wish to harm us will find us sharper and firmer than ever. Our enemies should know that we are determined and ready to defend our citizens by any action necessary, against any threat and in any scenario we will face."

The likelihood of Syrian retaliation depended on the scale of the US attack, said military analyst Alex Fishman.

"If it is decided to fire several dozen Tomahawk missiles at military targets, there is a chance that the Syrians will succeed in containing the attack, presenting the offensive as a failure and praising the staying power of the army and the Syrian people; however, if it is decided to fire hundreds of missiles and significantly harm its strategic assets, the Syrian need for an act of revenge will heighten," Fishman wrote in Yedioth Ahronoth.
"The formula is simple: The more threatened the Syrian regime feels, the greater the chance that it will fire at its neighbours," he added.

Meanwhile, demand for gas masks and protection kits from the Israeli public continued to rise. The Israeli postal authority said telephone inquiries had increased by 300% and queues had formed outside distribution depots.

According to a report in Ma'ariv, Israel's home front command is grappling with the problem of providing gas masks to men with beards, extremely common among ultra-Orthodox Jews. A special mask, which can accommodate a beard, is available but the high cost means it is only distributed to men over 65 or whose beards are for health reasons.

"Men who grow beards for religious reasons will have to shave in the event of a chemical attack," Ma'ariv reported.

French Muslim girl, 16, tries to kill herself after two men threatened her with a box cutter and ripped off her veil

  • The teenager said two 'European looking' men approached her in Trappes
  • The men pushed her and brandished a box cutter in the attack, the girl said
  • Hundreds of Muslim protesters rioted in the suburb in July in response to attempts to fine a woman wearing a full Islamic veil
  • Wearing a veil which covers the face has been banned in France since 2011
By Alex Ward
A teenage French Muslim girl has tried to commit suicide after two men attacked her for wearing a veil
Burka ban: A teenage French Muslim girl tried to commit suicide after two men attacked her for wearing a veil on August 12 (file photo)

A teenage French Muslim girl, who was attacked by two men with a box cutter for wearing a veil, has tried to commit suicide.

The 16-year-old is reportedly in a critical condition in hospital after jumping out a fourth storey window at her home in Trappes, Paris yesterday.

While her motives for suicide remain unclear, she is believed to have also unsuccessfully tried to overdose on pills last week according to French newspaper Le Parisien.

In July, hundreds of Muslim protesters clashed with riot police in the Parisian suburb after attempts were made to fine a woman for wearing a full Islamic veil.

Since the controversial burka ban which was introduced across France in 2011 there has been a string of violent incidents across the country.

Worried that the girl’s suicide attempt might spark more riots, police were stationed in the commuter town to the west of the French capital on Monday night but no disorder unfolded.

The girl told police that on August 12 she was approached by two ‘European looking’ men with shaved heads near Square Berlioz as she left a friend’s house at 5.45pm.

The men allegedly shouted anti-Muslim and racist remarks at her before wielding a box cutter. They ripped off her veil, pushed her over and hit her. 

The 16-year-old jumped out a fourth storey window in Trappes, Paris where in July hundreds of Muslim protesters clashed with riot police (pictured) after attempts were made to fine a woman for wearing a full Islamic veil
Riot rampage: The 16-year-old jumped out a fourth storey window in Trappes, Paris where in July hundreds of Muslim protesters clashed with riot police (pictured) after attempts were made to fine a woman for wearing a full Islamic veil

She told The Huffington Post: ‘The first man started to touch my chest and then I managed to slap him, but then he punched me in the chest. He then took out a sharp object and started to cut my face with short, quick movements.’

Her attackers fled in a car when another man intervened. Le Parisien newspaper reported that she had ‘light scratch marks’ on her throat and face.
Police in Yveslines are currently investigating the attack and looking at CCTV footage but are struggling because no eye witnesses to the attack have come forward.
It is unclear whether the teenager was wearing a hijab (headscarf) or a niqab (full face veil) which is now prohibited under the French burka ban. Women found guilty of wearing veils which cover the face in public can be fined the equivalent of £130 and be forced to attend citizenship classes. 

During the July riots hundreds of people surrounded the police headquarters in the area and bombarded officers with stones while also they started fires and vandalised property
Trappes riots: During the July riots hundreds of people surrounded the police headquarters in the area and bombarded officers with stones while also they started fires and vandalised property

At the time of the girl's attack, the French Interior Minister Manuel Valls said: ‘I severely condemn this newest demonstration of anti-Muslim hatred and intolerance.’

During the riots in Trappes in July, hundreds of people surrounded the police headquarters in the area and bombarded officers with stones while also they started fires and vandalised property. 

A 14-year-old boy suffered a serious eye injury in the violence, while four police were hurt on Saturday, said local prosecutor Vincent Lesclous.

A police source in Trappes said: ‘The disturbances are related to the arrest of a man who objected to his wife being controlled for wearing a veil. 

‘He attacked officers and was then arrested. It is this which led to the protests outside the police headquarters in Trappes.’ 

A 21-year-old pregnant woman was also attacked by suspected vigilantes for covering her face with a veil on the same council estate. 

In March, a Frenchman who ripped a Muslim woman's veil off her eyes was given a five-month suspended prison sentence.

The 30-year-old said he was merely trying to 'enforce' his country's laws when he carried out the attack in the city of Nantes.

The rioting in July started after after police officers carried out an identity check on a full-veiled woman and her husband
Controversial ban: The rioting in July started after after police officers carried out an identity check on a full-veiled woman and her husband

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Muslim Leader Responds to NYPD Surveillance & Terror Labels of Mosques

Thursday, August 29, 2013

Linda Sarsour, of the Arab American Association of New York.
The NYPD, America's largest police force, has allegedly been labeling entire mosques "terrorist organizations," according to a report by the Associated Press.

The NYPD uses “terrorism enterprise investigations” (TEIs) that are carried out for multiple years and allow the police to plant informants in mosques and other community organizations. The informants not only record sermons but also document style and intensity of worship among individual Muslims to try and a match them with terror-suspected Islamist organizations.

“We follow leads wherever they take us, we aren't intimidated as to where that lead takes us, and we're doing that to protect the people of New York City," New York Police Commissioner Ray Kelly said on MSNBC's Morning Joe. "We've had 16 plots against New York since September 11, none of them have succeeded. It's been a combination of good work on the part of the federal government, good work on the part of the NYPD.”

Linda Sarsour is executive director of the Arab American Association of New York, which was allegedly targeted for surveillance by the NYPD. She joins The Takeaway to discuss the state of Muslim-NYPD relations and how they have changed over the years.

The Cult that Hijacked the World
Henry Makow Ph.D.
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"World events do not occur by accident. They are made to happen, whether it is to do with national issues or are staged and managed by those who hold the purse string."
- Dennis Healey, former British Secretary of Defence and Chancellor of the Exchequer.
"My flock has become a prey... because there was no shepherd, nor did my shepherds search for my flock, but the shepherds fed themselves..."
Ezekiel 34:8
"The goyim are a flock of sheep, and we are their wolves. And you know what happens when the wolves get hold of the flock?"
Protocols of the Elders of Zion, 11
Why did the Illuminati let these


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Book Two - Illuminati, Sabbateans and Protocols

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Week in Review: Media Defamation of Chavez and the U.S. Mafia State

Global Research, March 09, 2013

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RAV RON CHAYA : « Un  petit peuple sans rien avec une armée TSAHAL et six millions de Juifs dans le monde par rapport à 1,6 million d’ennemis qui nous entourent … on est des petits, très vulnérables… »

Israël est « un petit coq tout freluquet, tout tremblotant… » qui se cachera quand les grands et féroces ennemis, l’occident et l’orient, se battront à mort.  La toute petite Israël sera la seule survivante et sera victorieuse.  « S’ils font la guerre entre eux, le seul qui va en profiter c’est le peuple d’Israël ! »  Selon la prophétie d’un de leurs prophètes modernes, « l’occident et l’orient seront OBLIGÉS DE RENTRER EN GUERRE » !

Goldman Sachs condamné à une amende de $550 million pour avoir provoqué une augmentation du nombre d’affamés dans le monde, d’un extra de 250 millions portant ainsi le total d’affamés dans le monde à un milliards!  (Bulle Alimentaire de 2008) 

Wall Street affame des millions et des millions d’habitants de la planète sans être inquiété! 
LES COUPABLES de la « Bulle Alimentaire 2008 » par des spéculations et autres opérations suspectes (LE PANTALON À UNE JAMBE DU JUIF SIONISTE JACQUES ATTALI DE LA CINQUIÈME COLONNE EN FRANCE! ) : 

Wall Street, Goldman Sachs, UBS, AIG, Lehman, Deutsche, J.P. Morgan Chase 

 (Alain Soral   Les Sionistes veulent déclencher la 3ème Guerre Mondiale - YouTube)

David Cameron: Syria is a holocaust in waiting

David Cameron: Syria is a holocaust in waiting
David Cameron has likened the crisis in Syria to the Holocaust (Picture: AFP/Getty)
David Cameron likened the crisis in Syria to the Holocaust as he warned against the shame of doing nothing to stop it.

The prime minister spoke of his despair at watching images of dead children following last month’s chemical weapons attack near Damascus.

Mr Cameron told guests at a charity dinner that the lessons of the Holocaust must never be forgotten.
David Cameron: Syria is a holocaust in waiting
Cameron’s comments came as UN secretary general Ban Ki-Moon described the Syrian chemical attack as a war crime (Picture: AFP/Getty)
He added: ‘Somehow, when genocide is taking place, the shame of not acting sometimes doesn’t quite register properly until afterwards.

‘When we look back at Srebrenica and Rwanda, we wonder now why we didn’t do more at the time.
‘When something truly terrible happens, it’s as if we put up a defence mechanism and try and rationalise why we are powerless to act. The same could so easily be true of Syria.’

He was speaking hours after the UN published a report confirming chemical weapons were being widely used in the conflict. The attack near Damascus was being blamed on the regime of president Bashar al-Assad.

Mr Cameron said progress towards peace was made only because his instinct was to stand up and speak out. ‘Britain is not the sort of country that wants to stand by,’ he added.

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 Mohommod Hassin Nawaz, 29, of Dirleton Road, Stratford, east London, and Hamza Nawaz, 22, of the same address, are accused of attending a "terrorist training camp" in Syria.

"Terrorism" Charges After Two Stopped At Dover

Two men have been charged with terrorism and firearms offences after being stopped in Dover, Scotland Yard has said.

Mohommod Hassin Nawaz, 29, of Dirleton Road, Stratford, east London, and Hamza Nawaz, 22, of the same address, are accused of attending a terrorist training camp in Syria.

The pair were stopped by police at the Kent sea port after travelling from Calais in France, a Metropolitan Police spokesman said.
They will appear at Westminster Magistrates' Court later this morning.
The brothers, believed to be of Pakistani origin, were stopped by police in the early hours of last Monday.
They were arrested on suspicion of being involved in the commission, preparation or instigation of acts of terrorism under the Terrorism Act.
They have both been charged with conspiring to attend "a place used for terrorist training knowing" and being in possession of a stash of rifle ammunition.
Mohommod Hassin Nawaz is also been charged with being in possession of a laptop computer containing "information of a kind likely to be useful to a person committing or preparing an act of terrorism".
Their arrests triggered raids on a property in east London, as well as two vehicles.
A 37-year-old man and a 36-year-old woman who were arrested on suspicion of terror offences in Essex on Wednesday have been released without charge.
Police also searched at a further address in east London and another in Lancashire but no arrests were made.




Nigeria College Attacked: 'Up To 50 Killed'

As many as 50 people have been killed after suspected Islamist gunmen fired on students as they slept at a college in northeast Nigeria.

The attackers reportedly stormed a dormitory and set fire to classrooms in the assault which happened about 1am local time on Sunday in the town of Gujba in Yobe state.

Nigeria's military is blaming militants from the Boko Haram insurgent group for the atrocity at the College of Agriculture.

College provost Molima Idi Mato said security forces were still recovering bodies so he could not give an exact number of dead but said up to 50 had been killed.

He also said about 1,000 students had fled the scene.

A source told the Reuters news agency that 26 bodies had been brought to hospital.

The college is about 25 miles from the scene of similar school attacks around Damaturu town.

There were no security forces stationed at the college despite government assurances, said Mr Mato.
Two weeks ago, state commission for education Mohammmed Lamin urged all schools to reopen and promising protection by soldiers and police.

Most schools in the area closed after militants killed 29 pupils and a teacher, burning some alive in their hostels at Mamudo outside Damaturu on July 6.

Northeast Nigeria is in a military state of emergency following an Islamic uprising by Boko Haram militants who have killed more than 1,700 people since 2010 in their quest for an Islamic state.

Yobe has seen a series of brutal attacks targeting students in recent months, all blamed on the group.

The name Boko Haram means "Western education is forbidden" and the group has repeatedly attacked schools, universities and colleges during its four-year insurgency.

The military has described the spate of recent attacks as a sign of desperation by the Islamists, claiming they only have the capacity to hit soft targets.

An offensive launched against Boko Haram in mid-May has decimated the group and scattered their fighters across remote parts of the northeast, the defence ministry has said.

Boko Haram has said it is fighting to create an Islamic state in Nigeria's mainly Muslim north, but the group is believed to be made up of different factions with varying aims.

Kenya Mall Massacre Gunmen Are Named

Four of the gunmen involved in the Kenya mall attack have been named, as police say the number who took part is fewer than first thought.

A Kenyan military spokesman gave their names as Abu Baara al-Sudani, Omar Nabhan, Khattab al Kene and Umayr.

The men all died in the attack that began on September 21, say officials.

Al Qaeda-linked Somali-based militant group al Shabaab said it carried out the gun and grenade assault in retaliation for Kenya's military operations inside Somalia.

Al Sudani, from Sudan, was the leader of the group inside the mall and had been trained by al Qaeda, said Kenyan military spokesman Major Emmanuel Chirchir.

He was described as "an experienced fighter and sharpshooter".

Nabhan, a Kenyan of Arab origin, was born in Mombasa and travelled to Somalia with his uncle at the age of 16, said the spokesman.

The third attacker, Al Kene, is said to be Somali from the capital Mogadishu, and is linked to al Shabaab Islamist militants, Major Chirchir said.

The other names of the fourth attacker, Umayr, as well as his nationality and history were "not yet identified", he said.

Al Kene and Umayr are known members of al Hijra, a Kenyan extremist group affiliated with al Shabaab, according to Matt Bryden, former head of the United Nations Monitoring Group on Somalia.

At least 67 people were killed in September's assault on Nairobi's Westgate shopping centre.

New video has also emerged showing the four named gunmen during the siege.

It shows the heavily-armed attackers walking through a storeroom in the mall and searching other adjacent rooms.

It is understood that the CCTV pictures captured the gunmen mid-way through the assault - as many of the victims remained terrified and trapped inside the mall.

Kenya's government initially said 10 to 15 attackers were involved in the assault but police now believe between four to six people took part.

"From what we have now that is coming out of the investigation, the number of attackers was between four to six," police chief David Kimaiyo told Kenyan television station KTN.

"None of them managed to escape from the building after the attack," he said.

Kimaiyo also confirmed that wanted British "White Widow" Samantha Lewthwaite - reported to have been one of the attackers - was not involved.

He said: "On Samantha we have also established that she was not part of the attackers in the building. There was no woman."

Al Shabaab has promised more attacks inside Kenya unless the country's troops are withdrawn.
Kenyan President Uhuru Kenyatta has vowed to continue the military mission inside Somalia despite the mall attack.

Mr Kenyatta ordered a commission of inquiry into the attack. The Red Cross says a further 39 people are still unaccounted for.

Meanwhile, Somali al Shabaab militants have claimed foreign forces raided one of its bases in the early hours of Saturday and attacked a house.

Forces landed on the beach at Barawe -110 miles south of Mogadishu - and a gunfight ensued, a spokesman for al Shabaab's military operations, told the Reuters news agency.

Sky's correspondent Alex Crawford said she had spoken to a "high-level source" in Somalia who said he believed it was carried out by American forces.

Pentagon spokesman George Little declined to comment on whether US forces had taken part in the alleged raid.


How pigs could save Britain millions

With food prices rocketing and landfill overflowing, could pigs help Britain save some cash?

Britain is broke. Okay, so we’re finally seeing some growth in the economy but that’s making very little difference for most people. Wages are stagnant, while prices are high and rising - especially food prices and especially the price of meat.

The campaigners behind Pig Idea think they can help. For thousands of years, pigs have been used to recycle food waste. Humans have fed leftovers to pigs and then used the pigs to create more food. It was neat, it worked and it meant there was very little waste.

But EU rules now prevent British farmers and even hobbyists from feeding their pigs leftovers.

The problem of wasted food

Food waste is a ridiculously expensive problem here in the UK. A report earlier this year from the Institution of Mechanical Engineers suggested that as much as half of the world’s food is thrown away.

Some of that is from our homes – the Love Food, Hate Waste campaign estimates that 50% of the food thrown away in this country comes from our homes, costing the average household £480 a year.

As individuals, we can take steps to stop that, which save us money directly. However, that still leaves more than 7.2 million tonnes of food and drink being chucked out elsewhere.

Restaurants, schools, hospitals, prisons… All are scraping food into landfill that could be fed to pigs. But EU regulations don’t allow food waste to be fed to animals, even though pigs have been fed this way for millennia.

That leaves businesses paying to have food waste disposed of, when there could still be demand for it.

“Operating both a restaurant and pig farm we understand not only the high costs of commercial grain faced by farmers, but equally the cost of having our own catering waste collected in turn,” said Tim Finney, a pig farmer and restaurateur. “The Pig Idea is common sense for everyone. This is what pigs are designed for, and why we first started to keep them.”

There were good reasons behind the ban, which was imposed on 2001 following the foot and mouth crisis.

There were concerns that pigs were being fed swill contaminated with pork products, leading to dangerous outbreaks of disease. However, the Pig Idea campaigners say they don’t want indiscriminate ‘pig swill’ bins, but rather for suitable food such as bread, dairy, fruit and vegetables to be diverted from landfill, treated and passed to pig farmers.

So how would feeding this waste to pigs instead help Britain save money?

The sums

The clearest way this would cut the cost of bacon is by reducing costs for the farmers. Since the nationwide ban on feeding livestock kitchen and catering waste came into place, farmers have been importing crops like soya beans, wheat and maize. All of those crops could be fed to humans, so the price is high.

Campaigners estimate that a project to raise eight pigs on food waste at a London farm will divert 5.5 tonnes of food waste per month for pig feed. That means the city farm will save approximately £325 over the course of six months.

That’s a potential saving of £40.60 per pig in half a year. When you consider that roughly 9 million pigs are reared to slaughter in the UK every single year, and that approximately 90% of food waste sent to landfill is suitable for livestock, the potential savings are dizzying.

However, it would also reduce food businesses’ costs by providing a cheaper way to dispose of leftovers. It would dramatically cut the country’s reliance on landfill and help the UK towards its target of becoming a “zero waste economy”.

That policy states: “We want to move towards a ‘zero waste economy’. This doesn’t mean that no waste exists - it’s a society where resources are fully valued, financially and environmentally. It means we reduce, reuse and recycle all we can, and throw things away only as a last resort.”

Yet millions of tonnes of pig-suitable food are being chucked out, while millions of tonnes of human-suitable food is being imported and fed to pigs. This makes no sense economically, environmentally or ethically.

Ethical economics

Like many money-saving tactics, feeding kitchen waste to pigs would also help reduce the environmental impact of food production and even help counter world hunger.

The UN estimates that enough human-quality food is fed to livestock to feed three billion people. At a time when European pig farmers are going out of business because of rising grain prices, perhaps the Pig Idea campaigners are right to call that crazy.

What do you think? Would feeding pigs swill instead of soya make a difference? Are rising meat prices hitting your pocket? Have your say in the comments below.