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Tuesday, September 23, 2014

Alex Jones Show: Tuesday (9-23-14) Lionel

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On this Tuesday, September 23 edition of the Alex Jones Show, Alex
breaks down President Obama's historic decision to unconstitutionally
carry out airstrikes against Syria, under the guise of fighting ISIS,
without a declaration of war from Congress as the planet hurdles closer
to an all-out world war. Alex will also discuss "Khorosan," the
government's latest terrorism poster child, and their alleged plans to
carry out terror attacks within the U.S. Then, Alex will be joined by
legal analyst and commentator Lionel to cover "hydroimperialism," the
elites move to hoard and control water supplies on multiple continents,
as well as the ongoing conflicts overseas. Alex will also take your
calls on today's worldwide broadcast.

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TREASON! - Judge Napolitano : Obama is showing his Contempt for the Constition by Bombing Syria

Russia: "U.S. military should get consent from Syria" , Syria: "We have already stated that we consider any violation of Syria's sovereignty as aggression"

Alexander Lukashevich, Russian Foreign Ministry spokesman (in Russian): "In regard to the military campaign launched against the Islamic State terrorist group in Syria by the USA with the support from a number of other states, Russia would like to emphasize that such actions can only be undertaken within the framework of the international law, which instead of a formal unilateral notification of pending airstrikes prescribes to have a prior and clear consent of the government of Syria to such actions, or a decision passed by the UN Security Council to that effect. Russia's principled position on this issue has been confirmed by the President of Russia Vladimir Putin during his phone conversation with the UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon that took place on September 22."

 Waleed al-Moalem, Syrian Foreign Minister (in Arabic): "We have already stated that we consider any violation of Syria's sovereignty as aggression. The term [aggression] is clearly defined in international law. If intentions carry out strikes against ISIS and Jabhat al-Nusra in Iraq or Syria or in both these states are sincere, we will welcome them.

But I want to say that we have doubts about it - not worries, but doubts about the sincerity of the intentions of the United States, Israel, Turkey, and Saudi Arabia, who have built a coalition. And these doubts are justified. If the goal is to carry out strikes on ISIS, then none of us would mind that. But if the goals are different then we certainly won't put up with this. And the international community should oppose this.

They [Americans] said they wanted to put an end to ISIS just as they finished al-Qaeda in Afghanistan. But a question arises then: was al-Qaeda in Afghanistan actually destroyed? In fact, after a decade of intervention of the United States and NATO in this country, Al-Qaeda has only increased its influence, grew stronger and started to use even more brutal methods."

Syria Is 7th (Muslim) Country Bombed By 2009 Nobel Peace Prize Winner

Syria Is 7th (Muslim) Country Bombed By 2009 Nobel Peace Prize Winner | Zero Hedge

Authored by Glenn Greenwald, originally posted at The Intercept,

The U.S. today began bombing targets inside Syria, in concert with its lovely and inspiring group of five allied regimes: Saudi Arabia, Bahrain, United Arab Emirates, Qatar, and Jordan.

That means that Syria becomes the 7th predominantly Muslim country bombed by the 2009 Nobel Peace Laureate – after Afghanistan, Pakistan, Yemen, Somalia, Libya and Iraq.

The utter lack of interest in what possible legal authority Obama has to bomb Syria is telling indeed: empires bomb who they want, when they want, for whatever reason (indeed, recall that Obama bombed Libya even after Congress explicitly voted against authorization to use force, and very few people seemed to mind that abject act of lawlessness; constitutional constraints are not for warriors and emperors).

It was just over a year ago that Obama officials were insisting that bombing and attacking Assad was a moral and strategic imperative. Instead, Obama is now bombing Assad’s enemies while politely informing his regime of its targets in advance. It seems irrelevant on whom the U.S. wages war; what matters it that it be at war, always and forever.

Six weeks of bombing hasn’t budged ISIS in Iraq, but it has caused ISIS recruitment to soar. That’s all predictable: the U.S. has known for years that what fuels and strengthens anti-American sentiment (and thus anti-American extremism) is exactly what they keep doing: aggression in that region. If you know that, then they know that. At this point, it’s more rational to say they do all of this not despite triggering those outcomes, but because of it. Continuously creating and strengthening enemies is a feature, not a bug, as it is what then justifies the ongoing greasing of the profitable and power-vesting machine of Endless War.

If there is anyone who actually believes that the point of all of this is a moral crusade to vanquish the evil-doers of ISIS (as the U.S. fights alongside its close Saudi friends), please read Professor As’ad AbuKhalil’s explanation today of how Syria is a multi-tiered proxy war. As the disastrous Libya “intervention” should conclusively and permanently demonstrate, the U.S. does not bomb countries for humanitarian objectives. Humanitarianism is the pretense, not the purpose.

Summary of Novorussia news 23.09.2014

Iran - US Strikes on Syria are Illegal

President Hojatoleslam Hassan Rohani

President Rouhani Terms US Strikes on Syria Illegal

September 23, 2014 - 18:57

TEHRAN (Tasnim) - Iran's President Hassan Rouhani described the US-led airstrikes on Syria as illegal, and added that central government in the war-torn country should be assisted in its fight against terrorists

Speaking on Tuesday in a meeting with directors of US media in New York, Rouhani said the airstrikes were violation of international laws.
US, Bahrain, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, Jordan and the United Arab Emirates began launching airstrikes on the ISIL targets in Syria on Monday.
Using a mix of manned aircraft -fighter jets and bombers- plus Tomahawk cruise missiles, the strikes were part of the expanded military campaign that US President Barack Obama authorized nearly two weeks ago in order to disrupt and destroy the ISIL militants.
The Iranian chief executive questioned Washington's contradictory conduct regarding terrorists in Syria.
"Is it not paradoxical that a country (the US) says it wants to fight a terrorist group in Syria (on the one hand) but on the other hand creates armed terrorist groups to fight the central government (in Syria)?" Rouhani wondered .
He underlined that such an approach will "definitely not end in success".
Asked how terrorism should be dealt with in Syria, the Iranian president said that first of all stability should be restored in the country "which is not possible without helping the central government".
He reiterated that terrorism should be uprooted and ground should be prepared for the return of Syrian refugees to their country.

Iran Asks Respect for Countries' Sovereignty in Fighting Terrorism

September 23, 2014 - 19:37

TEHRAN (Tasnim) - Iran's Deputy Foreign Minister for African and Middle Eastern Affairs Hossein Amir Abdollahian called for respect for international regulations and the sovereignty of nations in the fight against terrorism.

"Combating terrorism should be done within the framework of international law and respect for the sovereignty of governments. Any measure taken outside this framework and any double-standard approach in the fight against terrorism will only worsen the region's problems, "he said on Tuesday in a meeting with director of Swiss Foreign Ministry's Middle East and North Africa Division Wolfgang Amadeus Bruelhart.
Amir Abdollahian referred to adopting biased approaches toward terrorism as a strategic mistake, and said repeating the past mistakes in fighting terrorism will not help boost the region's stability and security but will lead to bolstering terrorists.
His comments came after the US, Bahrain, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, Jordan and the United Arab Emirates began launching airstrikes on the ISIL targets in Syria on Monday.
Bruelhart in his meeting with Amir Abdollahian highlighted Iran's positive role in the region, and said Tehran and Bern have had constructive cooperation on regional developments, especially those in Syria, during the past few years.

Who Makes Up the "Islamic Emirate"?

While Western public opinion is fed information about the constitution of a purported international coalition to fight against the "Islamic Emirate", the latter changes shape discreetly. Its principal officers are no longer Arab, but Georgian and Chinese. For Thierry Meyssan, this mutation shows that NATO ultimately intends to use the "Islamic Emirate" in Russia and in China. Therefore, both countries must act now against the jihadists before they return to sow chaos in their countries of origin.
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The "Islamic Emirate" initially displayed its Arab origin. This organization sprang from "Al-Qaeda in Iraq" who fought not the US invaders, but Iraqi Shiites. It became the "Islamic Emirate in Iraq" and the "Islamic Emirate in Iraq and the Levant." In October 2007, the US Army seized 606 records of foreign members of this organization near Sinjar. The records were inventoried and examined by experts from the Military Academy at West Point.

However, a few days after the seizure, Emir al-Baghdadi said his organization included only 200 fighters and they were all Iraqis. This lie is comparable to that of other terrorist organizations in Syria who say they enrol only incidentally a few foreigners, while the Syrian Arab Army estimated at at least 250,000 the number of foreign jihadists who fought in Syria over the past three years. Moreover, Caliph Ibrahim (the new name of Amir al-Baghdadi) now claims that his organization is composed largely of foreigners and that Syrian territory is no longer for the Syrians and the Iraqi territory is no longer for Iraqis, but they are for his jihadists.

According to records seized in Sinjar, 41% of foreign terrorists members of the "Islamic Emirate of Iraq" were Saudi nationals, 18.8% were Libyans, and only 8.2% were Syrians. If these figures are related to the population of each country, the people of Libya provided proportionately 2 times more fighters than that of Saudi Arabia and five times more than that of Syria.

Regarding Syrian jihadists, their origin was dispersed in the country, but 34, 3% came from the city of Deir ez-Zor, which since the withdrawal of the "Islamic Emirate" of Raqqa, became the capital of the Caliphate.
In Syria, Deir ez-Zor has the distinction of being populated predominantly by Sunni Arabs organized into tribes, and by Kurdish and Armenian minorities. However, until now, the United States has been only able to destroy states in Afghanistan, Iraq, and Libya, that is to say, countries where the population is organised into tribes. They have failed elsewhere. From this point of view, Deir ez-Zor in particular and the North East of Syria in general can therefore potentially be conquered, but not the rest of the country, as seen over the past three years.
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Tarkhan Batirashvili, Sergeant of Georgian military intelligence, has become one of the main leaders of the "Islamic Emirate" under the assumed name of Abu Omar al-Shishani.
For the past two weeks, a purge is affecting Maghreb officers. Thus, Tunisians who took the Raqqa military airport on August 25 were arrested for disobedience, judged and executed by their superiors. The "Islamic Emirate" means to put its Arab fighters in their place and promote Chechen officers kindly provided by the Georgian secret services.
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Abu al-Khazakhi Anisah, first Chinese jihadist of the "Islamic Emirate" killed in action (center of photo) was not Uighur, but Kazakh.
Another category of jihadist has emerged: the Chinese. Since June, the United States and Turkey have transported hundreds of Chinese fighters and their families to northeastern Syria. Some of them immediately became officers. They are mostly Uighurs, Chinese from the Peoples Republic, but Sunni Muslims and speakers of Turk.

Therefore, it is clear that, ultimately, the "Islamic Emirate" will expand its operations to Russia and to China, both countries are its ultimate targets.

We will definitely see a new NATO publicity campaign: its aviation will push the jihadists out of Iraq and leave them to settle in Deir ez-Zor. The CIA will provide money, weapons, ammunition and information to "revolutionary Syrian moderates" (sic) of the FSA, which will then change hats for use under the banner of the "Islamic Emirate", as has been the case since May of 2013.
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John McCain and the chiefs of the Free Syrian Army. In the left foreground, Ibrahim al-Badri, with which the Senator is talking. Next, Brigadier General Salim Idris (with glasses).
At the time, Senator John McCain came to Syria illegally to meet the chiefs of staff of the FSA. According to the photograph then distributed to attest to the meeting, the staff included a certain Abu Youssef, officially sought by the US State Department under the name Abu Du’a, in reality the current Caliph Ibrahim. Thus, the same man was - both and at the same time - a moderate leader in the FSA and an extremist leader in the "Islamic Emirate".

With this information, one can appreciate at its true value the document presented to the Security Council on July 14 by the Syrian Ambassador, Bashar Jaafari. This is a letter from the commander-in-chief of the FSA, Salim Idriss and dated January 17, 2014. It reads: "I hereby inform you that this ammunition sent by the chiefs of staff to leaders of the revolutionary military councils of the Eastern Region must be distributed in accordance with what was agreed upon: two-thirds to the warlords of the el-Nosra front, the remaining third to be distributed between the military and the revolutionary elements in the fight against the bands of IEIL (Islamic Emirate in Iraq and the Levant). We thank you for sending us the proof of delivery of all ammunition, specifying the quantities and qualities, duly signed by the leaders and warlords in person, so we can forward them to the Turkish and French partners. "In other words, two NATO powers (Turkey and France) have delivered ammunition for two thirds to the Al-Nosra Front (classified as a member of al-Qaeda by the Security Council) and one third to the FSA so that it can fight against the "Islamic Emirate", headed by one of its senior officers. In fact, the FSA has disappeared on the ground and the munitions were therefore intended for two-thirds to al-Qaeda and one third to the "Islamic Emirate".

With this dual role device, NATO will be able to continue to launch its hordes of jihadists against Syria while claiming to fight them.

However, when NATO has installed chaos everywhere in the Arab world, including its Saudi ally, it will turn the "Islamic Emirate" against the two great developing powers, Russia and China. That is why these two powers should intervene now and nip in the bud this private army being constituted and trained by NATO in the Arab world. Otherwise, Moscow and Beijing will soon have to confront it on their own soil.

Bad Guys Escalate "War on Terror"...but what about the Origins of this Perpetual War?!_Bix Weir

As Obama starts lobbing bombs on those "evil terrorists" over in those oil rich countries it is only sensible to revisit where this "War on Terror" began...September 11, 2001.

The following document I have had posted on my Resources tab for years and I always return to it to remind me how intricate and serious this game of Good Guys vs Bad Guys is. If the US can start bombing any country at any time in the name of "rooting out terrorists" then the Good Guys hopes of returning to a Constitutional Republic look bleak. Just read through the first paragraph of this document and you will get the picture...

"On September 11, 2001 the definition of National Security changed for most U.S. citizens. For an entire post war generation, "National Security" meant protection from nuclear attack. On that day, Americans redefined that threat. On September 11, 2001 three hijacked airliners hit three separate buildings with such precision and skill that many observers believe those flights were controlled by something other than the poorly trained hijackers in the cockpits. This report contends that not only were the buildings targets, but that specific offices within each building were the designated targets. These offices unknowingly held information which if exposed, subsequently would expose a national security secret of unimaginable magnitude. Protecting that secret was the motivation for the September 11th attacks. This report is about that national security secret: its origins and impact. The intent of the report is to provide a context for understanding the events of September 11th rather than to define exactly what happened that day."

Collateral Damage: U.S. Covert Operations and the Terrorist Attacks on September 11, 2001

Once you understand what really happened on 911 you can move forward and become an advocate for ending the reign of our controllers. Fight the latest escalation of the "War on Terror". Voice your OPINION. Spread the TRUTH. Become INVOLVED.

Our Founding Fathers knew it well - FREEDOM is not a gift that will be tossed in your lap...FREEDOM must be EARNED.

May the Road you choose be the Right Road.

Bix Weir

Ebola Death Camps Unveiled in Liberia; Disease Victims to Be Rounded Up and Removed from their Own Homes by Force


According to the Washington Post [1], the World Health Organization has announced a program which would round up Ebola victims across Liberia and herd them into “Ebola death camps” in order to isolate them from their families.
Although they aren’t called “Ebola death camps” — the sweet-sounding public name for the facilities is “community care centers” — their purpose is “to move infected people out of their homes and into ad hoc centers that will provide rudimentary care,” says the Post.
It is obvious from the context of these reports that Ebola victims’ relocation to these centers will not be voluntary. In other words, people who refuse to go will simply be arrested and made to go.
Reportedly, a total of 70 such centers are planned on being deployed across Liberia, each hosting 15 to 30 beds. In all, these facilities will handle about 1,500 Ebola patients. Yet these numbers are meaningless in a pandemic disease outbreak that the CDC is now publicly predicting “…could have a staggering 550,000 to 1.4 million cases by late January,” reports USA Today. [2]
In other words, the number of Ebola victims may outstrip the number of medical beds by a thousand to one. It is difficult to imagine how the existence of one hospital bed for every 1000 infected Ebola victims will have any impact whatsoever on halting the spread of the viral pandemic. Similarly, the U.S. military’s efforts to “build facilities for 1,700 Ebola patients across Liberia” as reported by the Washington Post is nothing more than a token publicity stunt to create the appearance that the American government is “doing something” to halt the disease.
It’s all rolling out like clockwork: Medical martial law, death camps and forced vaccinations
As Natural News readers well know, I publicly predicted the deployment of forced quarantine death camps in Episode Three of the Pandemic Preparedness course at
Now they are about to become reality.
I also publicly predicted medical martial law in Episode Four, and we’ve all seen that exact scenario unfold in Sierra Leone over the last three days during a forced “lockdown” that resulted in nationwide food shortages.
All of these outbreak mitigation tactics — Ebola death camps, forced quarantines and medical martial law — will also be used in the United States if the Ebola outbreak reaches America’s shores. But the extra bonus for Americans is that all these tactics will be conducted by heavily militarized police and weapons-toting DHS personnel who now see the streets of America as their battleground.
Yet, despite this reality, nearly all Americans go about their day-to-day lives in a delusional comfort zone, oblivious to the fact that a potential global killer is right now raging out of control just one continent away. Despite all the best efforts of the world’s nations, nothing has been able to halt the spread of Ebola, and the monopolistic practices of the pharmaceutical industry are making sure no one has access to natural cures that might prove to be lifesaving remedies: colloidal silver, Chinese medicine herbs, essential oils, herbal extracts and nutrient therapies.
Governments everywhere are in a state of denial over the true magnitude of the Ebola outbreak
Even the New York Times is now reporting that the real Ebola fatalities in Africa are far worse than local governments are acknowledging. Bodies are piling up in local cemeteries, but government officials are only counting a fraction of those deaths as being from Ebola.
“…As the cemetery records show, the challenge facing the government might be of a different magnitude than previously thought,” reports the Times. [3]
“International health experts here had no explanation for the striking discrepancy between the government’s tally of the dead in the capital and the cemetery crew’s statistics.”
The paper goes on to report how most of the bodies needing burial are those of young, healthy people, clearly indicating a pandemic is causing early death:
The majority of the recent deaths recorded at the cemetery were young people — young adults, people in early middle age, or children — with very few elderly people on the list. Several of the deaths also occurred in a concentrated area, sometimes in the same house, suggesting that a virulent infection had struck.
How will the outbreak ever be contained after infecting one million people?
Given that the CDC is now predicting the possibility of 550,000 to 1.4 million cases of Ebola by January, I’m personally wondering how anyone in the medical world thinks this outbreak can be restrained to the continent of Africa.
How do one million people get infected with Ebola and not a single person travels outside the country to infect others in Europe or the Middle East?
How do 3,000 U.S. troops conduct operations in Africa without a single one of them contracting Ebola and carrying it back to the states?
It is very difficult to imagine this outbreak being contained to Africa once it surpasses a few hundred thousand infections — a scenario which could easily unfold before the end of 2014, according to CDC estimates.
The very factors that caused Ebola to explode in Africa — high population density — exist in every major city around the world, including New York City, Mexico City, London and Beijing. Ebola, it turns out, doesn’t know the difference between a third-world country and a first-world nation. It infects indiscriminately, at every opportunity, regardless of economic status or ethnic origin.
So far, the World Health Organization’s answer to Ebola has been to hand out free soap during door-to-door searches for Ebola victims. (For the record, Ebola is not afraid of soap. The silly soap distribution scheme in Sierra Leone was nothing more than a publicity stunt…)
Americans are living in a total state of denial regarding a global pandemic
The distracted masses who live in first-world nations like America and the UK remain wholly detached from the very real possibility of a trans-continental viral breakout, believing that somehow their advanced hospitals will protect them from a hellish virus for which there is no drug or vaccine.
And this is precisely why the people of such nations will panic if Ebola is discovered close to home. They are not psychology prepared for the shattering of their false sense of medical security, and they have taken no steps to prepare themselves for the food shortages, medical quarantines, martial law and FEMA death camps which will all be rolled out in a domestic outbreak of Ebola.

 The Ebola Virus as a Depopulation Bioweapon - Could a Government Issued Pandemic be Afoot?

Wall Street Journal says Syria's Assad Supports the U.S.-Led Airstrikes

▶ Syria's Assad: We Support the U.S.-Led Airstrikes - YouTube

Syria News 23/9/2014, Syria received letter before US Violated its Airspace & Began Bombing “ISIS” - Killing 11 Civilians

- U.S. and partners launch #air #strikes against #ISIS and Jabhat al-#Nusra terrorists in #DeirEzzor, #Raqqa, and #Idleb
- #Foreign #Ministry: Minister al-Moallem #received #letter from #US counterpart informing him that the US will #target ISIS #positions in Syria
- #Russia calls on the U.S. to #acquire #approval from the #Syrian #government on #attacking terrorists’ sites in Syria
- #Operations against #foreign-backed terrorists continue across Syrian areas, scores of terrorists eliminated in several areas
- Austria: 30 #Austrian terrorist have been killed in Syria out of 140 fighting there
- #Lebanon: Lebanese #soldier killed, two wounded in attack by armed men in #Tripoli
- #Iraq: #army kills scores of #ISIL's terrorists in #Tikrit

DANCES BEGAN ~ Syrian military Sources: the Zionist occupier shot down a Syrian combat aircraft ~ Syria slam Israel for supporting the takfirists terrorist gangs ~ US airstrikes kill 11 Syrian civilians in north-Aleppo province ~ Daash kills hundreds Iraqi with chem. gas

Syrian military Sources: the Zionist occupier shot down a Syrian combat aircraft which was in combat against terrorist groups Syrian …
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BREAKING ~ The United States Has Just Violated Syria’s Airspace & Began Bombing “ISIS”

The US military and partner nations from the anti-ISIS coalition have launched the first attacks on Islamic State targets in Syria, the Pentagon has confirmed.
Airstrikes against Islamic State targets are currently underway in Syria, according to a Pentagon official.The strikes reportedly involve a mix of fighter, bomber, and tomahawk land attack missiles...

More than 40 nations have said they will participate in the anti-Islamic State crusade, with more than 30 nations offering military support, according to Hagel.

The Syrian government was willing to cooperate in coordinating strikes on Islamic jihadists, which the country has been battling for over three years, but US officials rejected any possibility of such cooperation. Any strikes on Syrian soil without Damascus’ consent will be considered an act of aggression, Syria has warned.

Washington should respect the sovereignty of Syria in its attempts to deal with the Islamic State, Russia has warned repeatedly. Moscow previously expressed concern that US airstrikes may target not only the Islamic State, but also government forces loyal to President Assad.

In a telephone conversation with UN Secretary General Ban Ki-moon on Monday, Russian President Vladimir Putin stressed that airstrikes on terrorist targets in Syria should not be carried out without the consent of the Syrian government.
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Russia warns US-led coalition: Those who carry out strikes in Syria face blowback

A U.S. Air Force MQ-9 Reaper unmanned aerial vehicle assigned to the 174th Fighter Wing prepares to take off from Wheeler-Sack Army Airfield at Fort Drum, N.Y. in this October 18, 2011. (Reuters/U.S. Air Force/Staff Sgt. Ricky Best
A U.S. Air Force MQ-9 Reaper unmanned aerial vehicle assigned to the 174th Fighter Wing prepares to take off from Wheeler-Sack Army Airfield at Fort Drum, N.Y. in this October 18, 2011. (Reuters/U.S. Air Force/Staff Sgt. Ricky Best
The Russian Foreign Ministry has said that those countries initiating one-sided military scenarios take international legal responsibility for their consequences. It comes as the US-led coalition begins its anti-ISIS strikes in Syria.

"Attempts to achieve one's own geopolitical goals in violation of the sovereignty of countries in the region only exacerbate tensions and further destabilize the situation," the statement said.

The launch of the US-led operation against the jihadist movement Islamic State (formerly known as ISIS or ISIL) has seen strikes targeting training camps, headquarters and weapons supplies in northern and eastern Syria. However, eight civilians have been killed in the strikes since the start of the attack, three of them children. At least 30 militants have also been declared dead.

Syria, in its turn, said in a statement that it’s prepared to cooperate with any international anti-terrorism effort. The country won’t stop the fight with IS extremists, the Syrian Foreign Ministry said.
The statement from Damascus also said “the concurrence of actions between Syria and Iraq remains at the highest level.”
However, Russia stated that "any such [military] action can be carried out only in accordance with international law. That implies not a formal, one-sided 'notification' of airstrikes but the presence of explicit consent from the government of Syria or the approval of a corresponding UN Security Council decision."
The airstrikes come a day ahead of the UN General Assembly, with the IS advance being one of the issues in the spotlight.

In the meantime, NATO has said it wasn’t participating in the US-led attacks Tuesday.

"There is no NATO involvement," a representative for the military alliance said in response to a question from Reuters.

The IS has already said that it will retaliate against the airstrikes. False Flag Terror

U.S Naval Launch Missile Strikes And Aerial Bombardment Levelling Rebel Held Northern Syria and Aftermath

14 airstrikes, 47 Tomahawks from 2 US ships, a mix of fighter and bomber aircraft bombing sorties, "Bahrain, Jordan, Saudi Arabia, Qutar, United Arab Emirates also took part or supported in the airstrikes"

Poroshenko says War in east can't be won militarily

Ukraine: War in east can't be won militarily - YouTube

Ukraine’s President Petro Poroshenko has admitted that Kiev can’t win the war in the east militarily.
Poroshenko made the remark following his government’s fresh peace deal with the militias on Saturday. Fighters of the two breakaway Donetsk and Luhansk regions gained the upper hand over the Ukrainian forces in recent days. The militias say nearly four-thousand people have been killed since the unrest broke out in April.

Tel Aviv shoots down a Syrian warplane; Syria accuses Israel of supporting ISIL

Syria accuses Israel of supporting the ISIL - YouTube

A Syrian military official, whose name was not mentioned in the
reports, made the comments on Tuesday after Tel Aviv said earlier in the
day that it had shot down a Syrian warplane as it attempted to fly over
the ceasefire line into the Israeli-occupied Golan Heights.

The official confirmed the shooting down and underlined that the move
was based on Tel Aviv's policy of supporting ISIL Takfiris.

The aircraft was apparently a MiG-21 fighter jet which was downed by a
surface-to-air Patriot missile, the Army radio said, adding that the
wreckage landed on the Syrian side of the plateau.

However, an unnamed Israeli military official identified the downed aircraft as a Sukhoi Su-24 Russian fighter plane.

The development comes amid heavy clashes on the Syrian side of the
Golan Heights. The Syrian government has been hitting back at the
foreign-backed militants there with frequent airstrikes.

Syria has been gripped by deadly violence since March 2011.

According to reports, the Western powers and their regional allies --
especially Qatar, Saudi Arabia and Turkey -- are supporting the
Takfiris fighting against the Syrian government.

Golan Heights have been under the Israeli occupation since the 1960s.
The Tel Aviv regime captured 1,200 square kilometers (460 square miles)
of the Golan Heights during the Six-Day War of 1967 and annexed the
region in 1981.


Bombing Syria Illuminati Style Starting on the Autumnal Equinox

▶ Barack O-Bomb-ya Begins Bombing Syria Illuminati Style Starting on the Autumnal Equinox - YouTube

Tony Blair, US generals call for boots on ground to battle ISIS

'F-16s not a strategy': Blair, US generals call for boots on ground to battle ISIS - YouTube

Washington has so far ruled out sending in troops to Syria and Iraq. But some top U.S. officials say there's no way to beat Islamic State without putting American boots on the ground. RT's Gayane Chichakyan reports.

Fukushima, Pluto, Space Weather | S0 News Sept 23, 2014

▶ Fukushima, Pluto, Space Weather | S0 News Sept 23, 2014 - YouTube

Debunking the Myth of Russian Aggression

1404365-300x240 Alexander Clackson :
Since the start of the Ukrainian crisis in November 2013, Western media and politicians have accused Russia in its role in the Ukrainian crisis, repeatedly claiming that Russia has acted aggressively without any provocation. Contrary to these frequent statements, Russia has been a victim of regular provocations over the last few years, but despite these aggravations, Russia has not acted bellicosely, but instead continued to search for a diplomatic solution to the current crisis.

How Russia was provoked by the West
The first myth stipulates that Russia deliberately attacked Ukraine without any reason, annexing Crimea and destabilizing eastern Ukraine. Debunking this myth is crucial, as many other false statements about Russia originate from the assumption that Russia acted belligerently. The truth is that the West triggered Russia into reacting the way it did. Firstly, since 2004 the West continuously supported and injected finance into pro-Western groups in Ukraine, despite warnings from Russia to not destabilise Ukraine. Secondly, the European Union was blackmailing former Ukrainian President Victor Yanukovich into signing an Association Agreement, a deal that would be of grave consequences to Russian economy due to Western products flooding the Russian market.

When former Ukrainian President Victor Yanukovich decided against signing the agreement, realizing that it would not be in Ukraine’s interest to do so, the West decided to support a violent coup of a legitimately elected President. Thirdly, Ukrainian opposition and its Western backers did not adhere to the agreement signed by Yanukovich and the opposition on 21 February 2014.

At this point, Russia realized that the West was not looking to find a compromise and a diplomatic solution that would benefit all sides. Instead, Europe was bent on usurping the whole of Ukraine to itself, despite the majority of people in eastern Ukraine refusing to support closer relations with the EU. When these people in Donbas protested against the new Western-backed government, Petro Poroshenko initiated an “anti-terrorist” operation that resulted in many ethnic Russian civilians dying in eastern Ukraine – a grave provocation towards Russia.

Is Russia really trying to re-build the Soviet Union?
The second assumption by the Western media claims that Russia is aiming to re-create the Soviet Union and is not going to stop its “expansion” in Crimea. However, there is virtually no evidence that Russia was bent on taking Crimea, much less any other territory in Ukraine, before the crisis in Ukraine began. President Putin’s actions in Crimea appear to have been a spontaneous reaction to Yanukovich’s ouster. The Kremlin had no choice but to take Crimea, a peninsula President Putin feared would host a NATO naval base if Ukraine decided to join the Western military alliance.

Western media like to point to Russia’s short war with Georgia and claim that this was the first illustration of Russia’s attempt to re-conquer the former Soviet Union. However, to argue that Russia initiated the conflict with Georgia would be to re-write history. During the night of 7 to 8 August 2008, Georgia launched a large-scale military offensive against South Ossetia, in an attempt to reclaim the territory. This move was completely unprovoked. The Georgian attack caused casualties among Russian peacekeepers, who resisted the assault along with Ossetian militia. Russia reacted by deploying units of the Russian 58th Army and Russian Airborne Troops into South Ossetia one day later, and launched airstrikes against Georgian forces in South Ossetia and military and logistical targets in Georgia proper. It is now well established that the majority of experts, monitors and ambassadors agreed that the war was started by Georgia.

Ultimately, Russia was never interested nor is considering conquering or annexing any land. President Putin’s response to events in Ukraine has been defensive, not offensive.

Russia is protecting its own national interest
Western leaders and its media have good reason to portray Russia as the aggressor. It enables NATO to use the apparent belligerence of Russia as an excuse to carry on with their expansion that they started after the end of the Cold War. NATO has continued to provoke Russia with the recent announcement on the 15th September that about 1,300 troops from 15 countries – including the US and other NATO members – have begun a military exercise near Lviv in western Ukraine. In addition, Ukrainian Defence Minister Valery Heletey said that NATO countries had begun arming his nation. These measures are a clear national security threat to Russia. One only has to imagine how the United States would react if a Russian-backed alliance, for example the Shanghai Cooperation Organisation, carried out military exercises in Mexico or Canada.

When it comes to its own national security, Russia will have to adopt any measures that achieve its own safety from external threats. Western media may brand these measures as examples of aggression, but when examining the facts, it is evident that it is the West that has acted and continues to act in a hostile manner towards Russia, leaving the Kremlin with no choice but to take defensive and precautionary measures.
 Russia is not the Aggressor

US led Bombing and Missile Strikes on Syrian Soil - Violation of International Law risking Broader War with Syria's Treaty Bound Allies Russia and Iran

Coalition of main Nato member USA, and major non Nato allies openly violating Syria's sovereignty regardless of contrived reasoning crosses a red line in a much bigger standoff between Nato and its perceived enemies (Syrian Allies Iran, China, but Chiefly Russia) 

The United States’ recklessly aggressive posture towards Russia and China has put them in a position where they are wondering when Washington will attack them, an American political commentator says.

Don DeBar, an anti-war activist and radio host in New York, made the remarks in a phone interview with Press TV on Monday while commenting on a retired US Navy admiral’s assertion that the US should keep its nuclear weapons in European countries in the wake of Russian activities in Ukraine.

"Withdrawing our relatively few weapons would be the absolute wrong signal at this moment," former NATO chief James Stavridis said last week.

DeBar said that “the United States is playing a very dangerous game with Russia, and with China, by the way, but particularly with Russia.”

“Aside from the decision that was made long time ago to implement the so-called missile-defense [system] in Europe and to move NATO up to the borders of Russia, and even aside from the overthrow of the Ukrainian government that took place with the backing of the United States earlier this year, and the civil war, the war that’s have been going on in Ukraine on the border of Russia now for six months or more, and even despite the obvious determination of Russia to stand up at this point and say enough and no further, the United States now is contemplating or has announced its intensions  to bomb targets in Syria in the face of the Syrian government’s sovereignty basically,” he added.

“With Syria being a treaty-bound ally with Russia - with a mutual defense pact, and with the warning that came from [Russian] Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov over the past few days to the United States that the US must respect Syria’s sovereignty and international law and the United Nations’ charter, the Russians aren't the type to draw rhetorical red lines, like you see President Obama, President Bush, President Clinton,” DeBar said. 

He went on to say that Russians do say exactly what they intend to do, and they generally do what they said they will do. “And they have said that this is not something that is to be permitted.”

“In a situation where the United States has been encircling steadily -- since the fall of the Soviet Union – Russia where it has been more and more aggressive in its treatment of Russia and  announced simultaneously  -- over the past few years -- plans to treat China in a similar way, the so-called pivot to Asia, under a condition where Russia and China now feel driven into each other’s arms both in terms of commercial, industrial relations and  political relations but also a military cooperation, the continued aggressive posture of the United States towards Russia leads them essentially in a position of wondering when the attack will come,” the activist noted.

“The game the United States is playing…is extremely dangerous, and not just in terms of some possible political outcome but for the survival of humanity on this planet and most of its life. And it’s extremely reckless what’s coming out from Washington now and unfortunately the only people poised to stop it are the people in the United States and they seem preoccupied with other things,” DeBar concluded.

From RT Article
The Syrian government was willing to cooperate in coordinating strikes on Islamic jihadists, which the country has been battling for over three years, but US officials rejected any possibility of such cooperation. Any strikes on Syrian soil without Damascus’ consent will be considered an act of aggression, Syria has warned. 
Washington should respect the sovereignty of Syria in its attempts to deal with the Islamic State, Russia has warned repeatedly. Moscow previously expressed concern that US airstrikes may target not only the Islamic State, but also government forces loyal to President Assad.

In a telephone conversation with UN Secretary General Ban Ki-moon on Monday, Russian President Vladimir Putin stressed that airstrikes on terrorist targets in Syria should not be carried out without the consent of the Syrian government.                                                         Russia is not the Aggressor