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Re: The War Against Syria

Post  tgII on Thu 21 Feb 2013, 02:35

re: foreign Islamic Jihadi terrorist act on a sports stadium kills Syrian soccer
player


These are indiscriminate attacks to simply kill for the sake of killing. This time two
mortars are launched at the Damascus Stadium killing a Syrian soccer player.

The soccer player had a six month-old child.



Meanwhile, the UN through the ICC want to press for "war crimes" against the
Syrian government. The world should organize around the fact the the UN and
the ICC are criminal syndicates and indict them accordingly.

Quote: "At the core of the ICC it is immoral." -- Srdja Trifkovic, Foreign Affairs
Editor, Chronicles Magazine

Message to the UN and the ICC:

See the image below? He is a terrorist and probably a Tunisian or Saudi. His name
is Ayachi Abdel Rahman. His men call him "Abu Hajar." He is a foreign Jihadi
Islamic mercenary paid a pittance to destabilize and destroy Syria. That is a war
crime by your own UN and ICC definitions. What are you going to do about it?



I know what the Syrian Arab Army are going to do, they are going to kill every last
one of these sub-human shit and then stack them up like cord wood for the world
to see.

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Re: The War Against Syria

Post  tgII on Thu 21 Feb 2013, 03:37

re: always define your terminology so people know what you are talking about

proxy war (noun) - a war instigated by a major power that does not itself
become involved.

A proxy war or proxy warfare is a war that results when opposing powers
use third parties as substitutes for fighting each other directly. While powers
have sometimes used governments as proxies, violent non-state actors,
mercenaries, or other third parties are more often employed. It is hoped
that these groups can strike an opponent without leading to full-scale war.

proxy (n.)
mid-15c., prokecye, "agency of one who acts instead of another," contraction of
Anglo-French procuracie, from Medieval Latin procuratia "administration," from
Latin procuratio "care, management," from procurare "manage" (see procure).

Proxy comes from procure, to manage.

Opposing powers: U.S.; UK; Saudi Arabia; Qatar; Turkey (the local water
boy for NATO); Russia; China.

The foreign Jihadi Islamic terrorist mercenaries destroying Syria, have been procured
(proxy; employed) from the countries of Libya; Iraq; Saudi Arabia (Wahhabi
sectarian lunatic fanatics); Tunisia; Turkey.

Mercenaries, what good are they?

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Post  tgII on Thu 21 Feb 2013, 04:53

re: beginning in 2013 American and European manufactured weapons are now
being introduced into the proxy war in Syria being used by foreign Jihadi
mercenaries


The weapons are being smuggled in through the Turkish and Lebanese border areas.
The presence of these weapons manufactured in the U.S. and European countries
are finding their way into Syria through NATO networks.

It also means the foreign Jihadi terrorists have a serious logistics component in
place getting these weapons into the foreign Jihadis fighting in Syria.

These images were taken off videos as screen shots I did then placed on a
image hosting website and uploaded here. War crimes evidence for the UN and
ICC
who will not do anything to stop the destruction of Syria and its people.



This mercenary looks western trained and armed.



Another foreign trained mercenary with weapon.



This is the first time what looks to be an American manufactured .50 caliber weapon
has been seen. Image on the left.





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Post  tgII on Thu 21 Feb 2013, 05:12

re: nothing new that ex-military British SAS are behind training some of the
foreign Islamic Jihadis fighting in Syria


Not surprising really.

Britain is one of the main geo-poitical antagonists of the Syrian government and
probably will not stop until Syria is completely destroyed and its people either
vanquished or dead.

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Post  tgII on Thu 21 Feb 2013, 07:59

re: Syria alleges its military shot down an Israeli drone

The better the Syrian Army is at destroying the foreign Islamic Jihadi attack on
Syria who are trained by the states of Israel, the U.S. and the UK, on its country,
the more Israel will be interceding in this proxy war against Syria.

The drones have probably been making flights over Syria all this time but Syria
decided to act. This proxy war is starting to become more intense as the attrition
on the foreign Jihadis is taking its toll and they are not being brought in as fast to
replace the initial 10,000 to 15,000 estimated that have been killed by the Syrian
Army.



Israel then decides to go with the plan to set up a field hospital in the Golan
Heights to treat the foreign Islamic Jihadi terror mercenaries (they are now
called "insurgents" while in the Iraq war that destroyed that country the local
Sunni and Shiite population fighting against the American invasion were also
called "insurgents; the obvious double standard here fits the normal pattern
does it not?) getting shot up in Syria.

Remember, it was the Israelis who took control of the Golan Heights after the
Israel-Syrian war, a war that is unofficially still going on. Although a truce was
called/declared, Israel broke that truce on January 30th, 2013, when Israeli jets
flew into Syrian territory and bombed it is alleged, a "research facility."

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Post  tgII on Thu 21 Feb 2013, 10:46

re: Israel caught red handed arming foreign Jihadi mercenaries destroying Syria

More evidence Israel will be upping the ante against Syria because the attrition is too
high now for the FSA to sustain their losses from the Syrian Army annihilating FSA
terrorist mercenaries.

Images of the dead and mutilated FSA fighters are pouring in daily on LiveLeak.

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Re: The War Against Syria

Post  tgII on Thu 21 Feb 2013, 11:28

re: foreign Jihadi terrorists just blew several car bombs up in Damascus

Apparently, the car bombs detonated by terrorists killed 31 Syrians. I looked at some
of the images and they are pretty brutal. One woman being held by her husband I
assume, looked like she didn't make it.

There are also reports a school was hit at the same time by a mortar but hard to
get reports.

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Re: The War Against Syria

Post  KapitanScarlet on Fri 22 Feb 2013, 01:33

You should do a book TG, but youd be hardpushed for a publisher, but there is amazonian self do
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Re: The War Against Syria

Post  tgII on Fri 22 Feb 2013, 02:53

re: there are reasons for posting this material and my two years of observing
events in Syria


1) documents the historical value
2) documents war crimes
3) unbiased objective presentation (although this track on Syria angers me greatly)
4) truthful evaluation
5) comprehending events better
6) a daily record
7) my own sanity in this deeply and profoundly fucked up world

Cool something will happen at some point

And now, the U.S. State Department would like to tell Americans there is another
terrorist threat so "remain in a state of vigilance."

"State of vigilance?" What the hell for? Because they say so?



    Terrorism™


Why are we to "remain in a state of vigilance" as the U.S. State Department tells
its "citizens" to? This is why:

    Low intensity conflict (LIC) is the use of military forces applied selectively and with restraint to enforce compliance with the policies or objectives of the political body controlling the military force. The term can be used to describe conflicts where at least one or both of the opposing parties operate along such lines.


Why? Because the "war" has always been on us. And now, back to Syria...
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Re: The War Against Syria

Post  tgII on Fri 22 Feb 2013, 03:06

re: Syrian Army captures a foreign Jihadi terrorist headed to Damascus in a bomb
ladened car


Syrian Army engineers dismantled this bomb yesterday and if it had gone off on a
crowded Damascus street it would have killed and injured hundreds of Syrian people.

By the way, just in case nobody noticed, those car bombs that blew up in Damascus
yesterday, blew up in front of the Russian Embassy. Does that not send a message
to Russia in this increasingly vicious proxy war?

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Re: The War Against Syria

Post  tgII on Fri 22 Feb 2013, 03:48

re: the pipeline construction going on between Iran and Pakistan

In that huge post I did on the pipeline projects (Peace Pipeline) going on in the
Levant in another thread (can't find it otherwise I would hyper link it here), I tried to
outline some of the economic reasons behind this proxy war on Syria.

This was put up earlier by PressTV (Iran) on a huge pipeline construction project to
transport gas from Iran to Pakistan. The U.S. disagrees with this construction project
and so threatens Pakistan and Iran with sanctions.

Amazing, the U.S. does not like the relations going on between two countries on
the other side of the world, Iran and Pakistan, so it threatens sanctions. Does the U.S.
deserve its share of energy resources from that part of the world because it is a more
technologically advanced country? Is that the reasoning here?



The coming resource wars for energy are coming just as assured as I'm putting this
post up. Germany just announced that it will not hesitate to use "military assets" to
gain access to energy
. And Russia through a general in Russia's Army, said that "
Russia is preparing for future resource wars
."

In addition to this, a U.S. Army general announced that more spies are needed
in Africa
to assist U.S. forces "secure the region of Africa", as France is now in
Mali recolonizing that country's resources.



Syria is caught in this pincer and sits at the nexus of these entities competing for
energy resources and in the coming years it is going to get very ugly.

Then, if this isn't an affront to western economic imperial interests, Iran announces
a $4 billion dollar construction project to construct an oil refinery in Pakistan that will
have a 400,000 gallon capacity per day.



The world is on a conclusion course here.
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Re: The War Against Syria

Post  tgII on Fri 22 Feb 2013, 06:35

re: this is precisely what I have been waiting for in the region around Syria

And just like clockwork here it is. Right out of the Muslim Brotherhood playbook.

The chief of the Al-Qaeda (there is no such organization called Al-Qaeda) terrorist
network has called on the Saudi people to start an uprising against the ruling
Al-Saud family
following the ouster of four Arab rulers in the wake of the Arab
Spring revolutions.



Here's the Al-Qaeda (Muslim Brotherhood) big cheese.

Terrorism™

    Ayman Mohammed Rabie al-Zawahiri, (Arabic: أيمن محمد ربيع الظواهري‎ ʾAyman Muḥammad Rabīʿ aẓ-Ẓawāhirī, born 19 June 1951) [designated leader of Al-Qaeda] is an Egyptian [Egypt is where the Muslim Brotherhood originated and was hijacked by British intelligence] physician, Islamic theologian and current leader of the militant Islamist organization al-Qaeda.



    Ayman al-Zawahiri is a former member of Islamist organizations [such as? Please, by all means, name them] which have both orchestrated and carried out multiple attacks on the continents of North America, Asia, Africa and the Middle East.

We are moving predictably to a massive military showdown in the region. And ya'll
better fucking duck because the real shooting is about to start in a big way.

The Egyptian Islamic Jihadis are fighting in Syria as well.

Here is a little on Ayman al-Zawahiri's bio:

    By the age of 14, al-Zawahiri had joined the Muslim Brotherhood. The following year the Egyptian government executed Qutb for conspiracy, and al-Zawahiri, along with four other secondary school students, helped form an "underground cell devoted to overthrowing the government and establishing an Islamist state." It was at this early age that al-Zawahiri developed a mission in life, "to put Qutb's vision into action." His cell eventually merged with others to form al-Jihad or Egyptian Islamic Jihad.

Does anyone read?




Okay, if you don't read then listen to what Bruce Riedel of the Brookings Institute
has to say about an "Arab Spring" in Saudi Arabia. He said "it isn't likely, but...." I
swear these people are talking back-and-forth and are rubbing this big damn
lantern with "Muslim Brotherhood" stenciled on it?


In my humble opinion, most Americans and that includes the military and people in
intelligence know shit about what is going on over there.

Well, Bruce, may I suggest you reconsider your "isn't likely" scenario for the House
of Saud?

This is what the Muslim Brotherhood secret fraternal networks have unleashed
and there will be no putting this Islamic Jihadi genie back into the lantern.

Rub the Muslim Brotherhood lantern and the Muslim Brotherhood genie
appears...he's out and there will be no putting him back in the lantern...

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Re: The War Against Syria

Post  tgII on Fri 22 Feb 2013, 07:28

re: just caught this and needed to get this in the Syrian thread

Tony Blair does not like Iran one bit and he let's this be known. I find it amazing he
can say such broad sweeping generalizations condemning Iran when nothing could
be further from the facts.

The British through Royal Dutch Shell sure liked the oil they took out of Iran though
didn't they?

And the U.S., the UK, Israel and Saudi Arabia are not a threat to Iran? How bloody
contemptible Tony.



Anyone notice the date when Tony Blair "threatened" Iran? Two months before the
foreign Jihadi Islamic terrorists went in to Syria to disrupt and destabilize that
country.

And oh yes, Tony, the British ex-military SAS trained approximately 300 Islamic
Jihadi mercenaries for their attack on Syria.
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Re: The War Against Syria

Post  tgII on Fri 22 Feb 2013, 07:57

re: tell a big enough lie long enough and people will eventually accept the lie

Al-Qaeda...Al-Qaeda...Al-Qaeda...

...now, how many times do I have to tell you?!

A clever strategy has been formulated here tying Al-Qaeda into the Muslim brotherhood for
a real doozy of a war.



Then on the opposition side there are private mercenary contractors organizing and
training these networks that can be applied as a force when and where needed.

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Re: The War Against Syria

Post  tgII on Fri 22 Feb 2013, 08:09

re increasing use of private military contractors which are the mercenaries fighting
in Syria


Think of it as "privatizing war." That way it is much more efficient, ruthless and violent.



Why? Because, it's a "niche business", that's why.

    The United States relied so heavily on contractors during the recent Iraq war that no one knows with certainty how many were on the ground. [where are they all now and what are they doing?] In late 2010, the United Arab Emirates, fearful that the Arab uprisings might spread to the Gulf, paid Erik Prince, the founder of Blackwater Worldwide, $529m to create an elite force to safeguard the emirate. [why? because the United Arab Emirate does not want any "Arab Spring" erupting on its oil saturated soil] And today, Russia is openly considering forming a cadre of private military contractors to further its interests abroad. [the Russians will probably have to as these resource wars heat up]


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Post  tgII on Fri 22 Feb 2013, 09:47

re: watch this and imagine one million Muslims making Jerusalem their home

The intensification of sectarian violence and hated grows by the day.

The Muslim Brotherhood in Egypt threatens to march into Jerusalem with one
million martyrs.

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Re: The War Against Syria

Post  KapitanScarlet on Fri 22 Feb 2013, 11:14


In that huge post I did on the pipeline projects (Peace Pipeline) going on in the
Levant in another thread (can't find it otherwise I would hyper link it here),

TG , using that wonderful technique illustrated in the sticky section few weeks back , just copy and paste or type this into google search for all forum links to the said subject

site:darythymdivine.forumotion.net intext:pipeline projects

it comes up with 3 links which feature the said remark and are
http://darythymdivine.forumotion.net/t33p915-political-news-or-comments
http://darythymdivine.forumotion.net/t43p945-news-in-general
http://darythymdivine.forumotion.net/t363p15-world-war-3-speculation



re increasing use of private military contractors which are the mercenaries fighting
in Syria

Think of it as "privatizing war." That way it is much more efficient, ruthless and violent.
Yeah no need for countries to officially get involved now apart from going in as legit occupation cover after the dirty fighting is over for enablement of uninterupted corporate pirate activity

Blair = Dark perverted energy mass roaming the globe in 5 star luxury
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Re: The War Against Syria

Post  tgII on Fri 22 Feb 2013, 20:17

Kapitan, many thinks, There it is. That post took hours to assemble. The pipeline
construction projects are a threat to the U.S.
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Re: The War Against Syria

Post  tgII on Fri 22 Feb 2013, 20:23

re: this is what the United States has turned into

The U.S. blocked a resolution in the UN condemning the multiple car bombs which
killed 53 Syrians and wounded over 250 two days ago.

The resolution was a draft to bring condolences to the families of those killed in
the terror attack.

The obvious conclusion would be that the U.S. supports terrorism and encourages
the foreign Islamic Jihadi terrorists further. Watch for more deadly terrorists attacks
on Syrians.

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Re: The War Against Syria

Post  tgII on Fri 22 Feb 2013, 20:28

re: Turkey is the access point and is responsible for the terror attack on Syria as
NATO's local bagman


It would appear that refugee camps in Turkey have been used as stating areas for
foreign terrorists going into Syria.

Turkey has also been pressured to keep Iran and Hezbollah away from Syria.
Foreign Jihadis flowing into Syria like a leaking water spigot from Morocco, Libya,
Tunisia and Egypt. All this despite a huge American base there with reports coming
in that two Americans and a Mexican (mercenaries) are distributing weapons to the
fighters who arrive heading into Syria.

An American military base receiving weapons for foreign terrorists arriving from all
these different countries again in a proxy war.

Excellent coverage.

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Post  tgII on Sat 23 Feb 2013, 11:26

re: names and faces of foreign Jihadi terrorists operating in Syria

A few have been captured or killed by the Syrian Arab Army.

They have hired a private mercenary army in this proxy war to destroy Syria. A
private mercenary army against the Syrian Arab Army.

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Post  tgII on Sat 23 Feb 2013, 11:43

re: the world over is catching on to the fact that this is an unacceptable
mercenary war on Syria for private interests


Recent figures suggest the Syrian Arab Army has killed between 10,000 and 12,000
foreign Islamic Jihadi mercenaries fighting in Syria. Accurate figures are very
difficult to come by on the dead.



Foreign Islamic Jihadi terrorist from Tunisia: Killed by the Syrian Arab Army



Foreign Islamic Jihadi terrorist from Dara: Killed by the Syrian Arab Army



Foreign Islamic Jihadi terrorist from Kuwait: Killed by the Syrian Arab Army



Foreign Islamic Jihadi terrorist from Tunisia: Killed by the Syrian Arab Army



Well done Syrian Army, keep killing them and don't stop until their attrition is so
high they will no longer be able to sustain themselves.
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Re: The War Against Syria

Post  tgII on Sat 23 Feb 2013, 21:34

re: the foreign Jihadi terrorist Abdullah al Shami has been killed in Syria by the
Syrian Arab Army


Abdullah al Shami was training foreign Jihadis from different countries including
Chechnya in Syria on explosives, mines and munitions. He was apparently killed
when he fumbled on an explosive devise prepared by the Syrian Army.

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Re: The War Against Syria

Post  tgII on Sun 24 Feb 2013, 10:25

re: continuing to document and record the international criminal conspiracy on
the attack on Syria


The foreign Jihadi Islamic terrorists who have moved into Syria are coming from
the countries of Saudi Arabia; Turkey; Chechnya; Tunisia; Egypt; Libya; Kuwait
They are inexperienced fighters, incompetent, they have no tactical strategy and
are running from skirmish to skirmish engaging the Syrian Army at random.

Here is an example.

This is like watching Mr. Muhammad & Co. exhibitionist snuff films. These foreign
Jihadi mercenaries are incompetent and are no match for the Syrian Arab Army in
this incredibly violent ultra-high intense urban guerrilla proxy war. Check Mr. Jihadi
at the 00:35 point in this video. He has no idea what just hit him:

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