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Type nation state
Location Middle East
Interest of Peter Ford, UK Column
Member of Arab League

A nation state in the Middle East being targeted by by NATO countries and their terrorist proxies with a "humanitarian intervention"/"War on Terror" campaign to effect 'regime change'. Important for the control of fossil fuel reserves, their distribution pipeline routes and [[Document:US Planned Syrian Civilian Catastrophe Since 2007

|long-standing plans]] to consolidate and maintain NATO regional hegemony=

Syria, officially the Syrian Arab Republic, which borders Lebanon and the Mediterranean Sea to the west, Turkey to the north, Iraq to the east, Jordan to the south, and Israel to the southwest, has been embroiled in a US-inspired uprising since March 2011 aimed at toppling President Bashar al-Assad and replacing him with an American-backed puppet leader.[1]

US Invasion plans

Syria was on a list of seven countries which retired 4-star general Wesley Clark (former supreme commander of NATO forces in Europe 1997-2001) stated the US military had plans to invade:

In 2001, in the Pentagon, a general told me : ‘I just received a classified memo from the Secretary of Defense: we will take seven countries in five years, starting with Iraq, then Syria, Lebanon, Libya, Somalia, Sudan and finally, Iran.’[2]

In Summer 2013, the Defense Intelligence Agency and the Joint Chiefs of Staff put together a highly classified assessment, which forecast that the fall of Assad would lead to chaos and, potentially, to Syria’s takeover by extremists, much as was then happening in Libya. The Joint Chiefs felt that a direct challenge to President Obama’s stated policy of removing Assad would have "had a zero chance of success" so they decided to take steps against the extremists without going through political channels, by providing US intelligence to the militaries of other nations, on the understanding that it would be passed on to the Syrian Arab Army and used against the common enemy, Jabhat al-Nusra and Islamic State.[3]

Audio leaked in January 2017 suggested that the US was hoping that ISIS would expand to the point at which it would lead to regime change in Syria.[4] Dr Rola appeared on UK television to support the case that bombing of Syria could be morally justified as "humanitarian intervention".

Lubricating regime change

In September 2015, Craig Murray noted that the British government's self-denying ordinance from engaging in armed conflict in Syria appeared to be crumbling.[5] On 2 December 2015, following a 10-hour debate, the House of Commons voted by 397 to 223 in favour of bombing Daesh in Syria. Instead of targeting terrorists, however, David Cameron ordered RAF Tornados from Akrotiri in Cyprus to bomb the Omar oil field in eastern Syria.[6] The second wave of airstrikes on 5 December 2015 also targeted the Omar oil field.[7] Brimstone missiles (costing £100,000 each) were deployed for the first time in another RAF airstrike on the Omar oil field on 10 January 2016.[8]

SANA, the Syrian news agency, declared:

"Britain didn't ask permission from Syria's government. Cameron told lies."[9]

UN ceasefire

On 18 December 2015, the UN Security Council unanimously adopted resolution 2254 calling for a ceasefire in Syria, an immediate halt to any attacks on civilian targets and the formation of a unity government. Excluded from the ceasefire are Islamic State (IS, formerly ISIS/ISIL) and Al-Nusra Front, Al-Qaeda’s branch in Syria.

After UNSCR 2254 (2015) passed, US Secretary of State John Kerry, who chaired the Security Council meeting, said that it was the time “to put an end to indiscriminate bombing, torture and the bloodshed” in Syria, adding that significant progress had been made “that gives us grounds for encouragement.”

Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov noted that the Vienna format is the only way to bring all foreign players to the table and ensure a fair settlement in Syria through talks:

“Today’s unanimous vote in the UN Security Council should pave the way for the formation of a broad front against terrorism on the basis of the UN Charter, with the support of all on Earth who are opposed to terrorism, including the army of Syria, the Kurdish militia, and the armed forces of the Syrian patriotic opposition. The air force of the Russian Federation, at the request of the legitimate government of the Syrian Arab Republic, is contributing to the completion of this task.
“Only Syrian-led inclusive dialogue can put an end to untold suffering in Syria,” Lavrov said, stressing that Syria should remain a secular, unified, and multi-ethnic country.“Only the Syrian people are to decide on their future, including the fate of President Assad – this is an answer, included into the resolution, to attempts to enforce outside will on the Syrians,” Lavrov said.
"The fight against terrorism must be consistent and not opportunistic in nature, whether it be in Syria or anywhere else. Attempts to separate terrorists into good and bad are unacceptable. The resolution stresses the need to provide humanitarian assistance to the Syrian people. It must be provided in strict accordance with the guidelines of the United Nations, enshrined in General Assembly resolutions and the decisions of the Security Council, including the principle of the consent of the host government.”[10]

Drug trafficking

Noting that Saudi Prince Abdel Mohsen Bin Walid Bin Abdulaziz was held in Syria with four other men and around 2 tons of amphetamines in the Prince's private jet, The Telegraph reported in 2015 that the country has a growing role as an exporter of illegal drugs.[11]

See also

 

Event

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Syrian Chemical Weapons Attack21 August 2013
 

Groups

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Islamic State2003 - Present
Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant2003 - PresentAn "Islamic fundamentalist terrorist" organization closely affiliated to Al Qaeda.
 

Related Documents

TitleTypePublication dateAuthor(s)Description
A New Islamic cultinterview20 November 2013Nacib Hoteit
Nadezhda Kevorkova
Insights into the Western (especially US-Israeli) agenda for Syria and the Middle East following the effective blocking of a Libya-style military intervention in Syria by Russia in the Summer of 2013.
Another Chemical Weapon False Flag on the Eve of Peace Talks in Brusselsarticle4 April 2017Paul AntonopoulosThe Khan Sheikoun gas attack in Idlib province, like that in the Damascus suburb of Ghouta in 2013, can be a very useful means of propaganda
Arabs Beware the Small States Optionarticle29 July 2013Sharmine NarwaniA succinct introduction to proposals, widely canvassed among Western Elites but otherwise largely suppressed, to impose a new political settlement on the entire Middle East involving the re-ordering of its national borders along sectarian lines. These proposals represent the increasingly dominant leitmotif of 21st century Globalist driven Middle-Eastern policy.
CIA-MI6 Intel Ops and Sabotagearticle7 February 2012Felicity ArbuthnotIn 1957, joint plans by the CIA and MI6 to destabilize Syria by means of staged border incidents and special forces assassinations of key political figures were approved by UK PM Harold Macmillan and US President Eisenhower.
Countdown to Destruction in Syriatimeline21 February 2016Dana VisalliA timeline of US and Western-European interference in Syria since its formation in 1916
File:DIA-287.pdfreport12 August 2012Defense Intelligence AgencyA declassified DIA document which clearly demonstrates that the rise of ISIS in the Middle East was planned and facilitated by the US Government - as later admitted by DIA director Michael T. Flynn.
Defending the UN Charter by Use of the Vetoarticle11 February 2012Ronda HaubenA timeline summary of political/diplomatic events leading to the Russia/China veto of the February 2012 UNSC resolution on Syria.
Ed Miliband’s decision to oppose military action against Syria is an action of statesmanship of which Britons will be proudArticle28 August 2013Michael MeacherIt is all very well to rush to war in a surge of moral outrage, it is quite another to spell out clearly what are the war objectives and how exactly they are to be achieved.
From Pol Pot to ISIS: Anything that flies on everything that movesarticle8 October 2014John PilgerThe parallels between the rise to power of Cambodia's Khymer Rouge under Pol Pot in the 1970's and that of ISIS in the Iraq/Syria of 2014.
How Russia betrayed Americaessay10 March 2015Mike KingA useful mirror image of the Anglo-US-Nato official narrative about Russia
Illegal Slaughter - Cameron’s Bombings of Syria, Equals Blair’s Iraq War Crimesarticle12 December 2015Felicity ArbuthnotA withering, contemptuous critique of David Cameron and the UK political class in their determination to take part in the illlegal bombing of another sovereign state using absurdly oxymoronic 'war-on-terror' excuses.
Journey To Aleppo Part I: Exposing The Truth Buried Under NATO PropagandaArticle20 September 2016Vanessa BeeleyThe Syrian people are suffering under the ‘moderate rebels’ and ‘opposition forces’ backed by the US, NATO member states and their allies in the Gulf states and Israel. Yet their suffering is largely ignored in the mainstream media unless it furthers the agenda dictated by the US State Department.
Obama's Secret Letter to Tehranarticle20 January 2012Mahdi Darius Nazemroaya
Obama’s Humanitarianism as Window-Dressing for the US “Deep State” Agenda - The Case of Syriaarticle18 June 2013Elizabeth Woodworth
Radicalisation - UK.gov gets itself in cluster-muddle over 'terrorism'article25 August 2016Alexander J Martin
Saying no to gunboat diplomacycommentary20 February 2012Li Qingsi
Speech by Syrian President Bashar al-Assad on 20 August 2017 to the Syrian Diplomatic CorpsWikiSpooks Page31 August 2017Bashar al-AssadThe US President is not the maker of policies, but the executor. Therefore, the “Deep State” in the United States does not govern in partnership with the President, but leaves him a small margin.
Syria - It is a Conspiracyarticle4 March 2012Felicity ArbuthnotEvidence of the long-standing, deep-seated nature of Western/US determination to destabilise Syria under the Assad Bath Party rule and the systematic secrecy and deception involved.
Syria - the rhetoric and the trutharticle13 August 2015Thierry MeyssanThierry Meyssan rubbishes the likelihood of a serious US ground forces operation in Syria because it would trigger a military World War III
Syria, The View From The Other Sidearticle22 June 2013Stephen Gowans
The New Silk Road Will Go Through SyriaArticle13 July 2017Pepe EscobarBeijing is working non-stop for the Iran-Iraq-Syria triumvirate to become a key hub in the New Silk Road (OBOR). Any bets against a future, booming Shanghai-Latakia container route?
The Road to Hell: A Brief History of Modern Syriaarticle2 April 2016Dana VisalliA brief history of modern Syria from the Sykes-Picot accord of 1916 to the present day
The Syrian Protest Movement and its Historical Contextarticle29 April 2011Mazda Majidi
Theresa May pushing for UK intervention in Syria following Manchester attackArticle25 May 2017Whitney WebbJeremy Corbyn Says What We All Knew: The War On Terror Isn’t Working
Turkey ambushed Su24 using information supplied by USreport27 November 2015Ministry of Defence of the Russian FederationCommander-in-Chief of the Russian Aerospace Forces, General Bondarev, presents facts of the attack on the Russian Su-24M aircraft carried out by Turkish F-16 fighters in the sky over Syria on 24 November 2015
US Ambassador to Hungary: Overthrow Assad, Let in Refugees, and Fight Russia...or Else!article6 May 2016Daniel McAdamsUS requirements of it's European vassals illustrated by the speech of US Ambassador to Hungary, Colleen Bell to the Foreign affairs committee of the Hungarian parliament.
US Planned Syrian Civilian Catastrophe Since 2007article4 September 2014Tony Cartalucci
Ukraine and How the West Treats Comparable Events in Satellite and Non-Satellite Countries Differentlyarticle27 January 2014Stephen GowansA pithy, succinct illustration of how, in matters of foreign affairs, the language and terminology of western media coverage changes according to the status of the government/country being reported on, as either approved or unapproved of by western geo-political interests. More subtle than "one man's terrorist is another man's freedom fighter", but analogous.
File:War On Syria.pdfeBookNovember 2011Tony Cartalucci
Nile Bowie
A look at the intricacies of the West's methods of unconventional warfare over the last several years, finally miring Syria in a state of war. In spite of a strangely disjointed 'author's note' introduction, this is a solid account of early 21st century Western methods of covert/proxy warfare (with Syria as its main focus).
Washington Wants Syria's OilArticle30 August 2017Anna JaungerThe future of Syria and its geopolitical strategic equation will depend on who controls the oil-rich region of Deir al-Zor.
Washington with ISIS - Moscow with SyriaInterview12 September 2015Michel ChossudovskyPress TV interview with Prof Michael Chossudovsky that juxtaposes Russian and US relations with the Syrian State together with the realities (and legalities) behind their respective deeds and actions.
Western focus on delegitimizing Syria electionarticle4 June 2014Sharmine NarwaniAscerbic commentary on the attitudes and reporting of the western media on the June 2014 presidential election in Syria
World War and the Russia-China Vetoarticle10 February 2012Carla SteaA discussion of the unrest in Syria. It goes on to detail the appalling and ongoing abuses of human rights in post-Gaddafi Libya - the direct result of the 2011 UNSC resolution 1973, and the military action it was deemed by NATO to authorise. These abuses, carried out by NATO installed proxies, arguably worse than anything happening in Syria, are a stark warning of what Syrians can expect should NATO succeed in its agenda of "Regime change".
 

Related Quotations

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US Planned Syrian Civilian Catastrophe Since 2007“Nasrallah said he believed that President Bush’s goal was “the drawing of a new map for the region. They want the partition of Iraq. Iraq is not on the edge of a civil war — there is a civil war. There is ethnic and sectarian cleansing. The daily killing and displacement which is taking place in Iraq aims at achieving three Iraqi parts, which will be sectarian and ethnically pure as a prelude to the partition of Iraq. Within one or two years at the most, there will be total Sunni areas, total Shiite areas, and total Kurdish areas. Even in Baghdad, there is a fear that it might be divided into two areas, one Sunni and one Shiite...

“I can say that President Bush is lying when he says he does not want Iraq to be partitioned. All the facts occurring now on the ground make you swear he is dragging Iraq to partition. And a day will come when he will say, ‘I cannot do anything, since the Iraqis want the partition of their country and I honor the wishes of the people of Iraq.’"

Nasrallah said he believed that America also wanted to bring about the partition of Lebanon and of Syria. In Syria, he said, the result would be to push the country “into chaos and internal battles like in Iraq.” In Lebanon, “There will be a Sunni state, an Alawi state, a Christian state, and a Druze state.” But, he said, “I do not know if there will be a Shiite state.””
Wesley Clark“In 2001, in the Pentagon, a general told me : ‘I just received a classified memo from the Secretary of Defense: we will take seven countries in five years, starting with Iraq, then Syria, Lebanon, Libya, Somalia, Sudan and finally, Iran.’”Wesley Clark2 March 2007


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