The Truth About Syria

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posted on May, 27 2012 @ 01:30 AM
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Just found this on Rense, after reading the latest news about kids being massacred in Syria. Here's a few paragraphs :


A secular state, Syria has a population of 21 million, 90% of whom are Muslim. It is one of the few Arab states, which protects and respects its Christian minority (10%); a policy, which was also pursued by the previous leaders of Iraq and Libya.

The state provides free education up to university level, free medical care and subsidized housing for all its people. Adoption of an IMF structural adjustment program in 2006 has compromised some of these benefits. These services have also been adversely impacted by the presence of 1.5 million Iraqi and 500 000 Palestinian refugees ­ victims of the Nakba (catastrophe) of 1948.

Most of the banks, including the Central Bank of Syria, Commercial Bank of Syria, Agricultural Co-operative Bank, Industrial Bank, Popular Credit Bank and Real Estate Bank, are STATE owned, a system of banking, which is anathema to the Western model of debt finance, which is based on fractional reserves and creates money out of nothing at interest.


Source : The Truth About Syria


So maybe this is western backed forces killing kids over there so that they can unsettle the place and install their own banking system + stop their Muslim people being peaceful to Christians. (they must really hate that if true.)

And if so, and we really are waking up as a species, then their karma might be just around the corner. If that's right then I guess we can't imagine the levels of fear going through them now, because the amount of bad karma they've created is probably unimaginable.

I just can't believe our world is so messed up, it's just so unreal that as this information is spread around the world, the people behind this, the ones that think they're just going about their normal business and want some more control......well, I think they're actually waking us up, and this whole thing is backfiring on them badly.

Time will tell, and I don't think we'll have to wait long. It just seems like we're on the verge of working this stuff out big style, and in massive groups of people. Who knows what'll happen next if that's the case.

I just feel sick to be honest, no matter what happens. If we wake up and have a mass consciousness shift and world peace, after all that's gone on I don't think some of us will get past feeling ill about what's happened for a long time to come. It's just disgusting beyond any description what these people are doing.
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posted on May, 27 2012 @ 01:39 AM
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As a Human race we've seriously let the people of Syria down. Just feel really badly ashamed that this has been allowed to go on for this long. It has to end soon and those people need peace.
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posted on May, 27 2012 @ 01:45 AM
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You know what the bankers don't control foreign policy, if they did there be far more acts of trade going on instead of military actions that destabilize regional economies.

As for Syria leadership, it never needed Western help in the past to massacre its own people like this: en.wikipedia.org... , I don't see why people can't just accept that a ruthless authoritarian dictatorship would again start killing people to ensure its own survival.



posted on May, 27 2012 @ 01:46 AM
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Sadly, everything that is done to prevent human tragedy by those in power is only under the guise of humanitarianism. If there isn't an end goal as regard to political standing or posturing then nothing gets done in the time frame involved in saving human lives.

This world, the way it is currently run, the way it is to many people outside of even corrupt states like our own is not only horrifying, it is downright disgusting. It's been this way for a while and it is getting worse. The fact that people don't know about it en mass....... Well, look no further than your favorite local news source. Political sell outs that have compromised there integrity for a paycheck.

All media outlets that are considered main stream are bought and paid for and you will receive no real news from these channels and in so much as I say that I will posture that it goes even further and delves into the reality that they are actively promoting disinformation. It's kind of hard to argue there not.



posted on May, 27 2012 @ 01:47 AM
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Originally posted by Koffee
You know what the bankers don't control foreign policy, if they did there be far more acts of trade going on instead of military actions that destabilize regional economies.

As for Syria leadership, it never needed Western help in the past to massacre its own people like this: en.wikipedia.org... , I don't see why people can't just accept that a ruthless authoritarian dictatorship would again start killing people to ensure its own survival.


Do you really want me to spend the next day or so researching what you said there and see what information I can find? Bankers don't control foreign policy? Are you for real?

I'm tired, will get back to this later.
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posted on May, 27 2012 @ 01:48 AM
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It's western backed. It always is and the US alwsys has the biggest hand in it. I feel ill as well when I read about this stuff, knowing the US is behind it. Just remember, if our government will orchestrate and back something like this over there, they would also do it here if it serves their agenda.



posted on May, 27 2012 @ 01:49 AM
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The state provides free education up to university level, free medical care and subsidized housing for all its people.


Most of the banks, including the Central Bank of Syria, Commercial Bank of Syria, Agricultural Co-operative Bank, Industrial Bank, Popular Credit Bank and Real Estate Bank, are STATE owned, a system of banking, which is anathema to the Western model of debt finance


I'm getting the strangest feeling of Déjà vu...


I don't even care anymore, people refuse to listen...

The world is going to hell in a hand basket...



posted on May, 27 2012 @ 02:00 AM
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Originally posted by ChaoticOrder
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I'm getting the strangest feeling of Déjà vu...


I don't even care anymore, people refuse to listen...

The world is going to hell in a hand basket...

I know. It's enough to make you want to withdraw into a shell and just sit the whole thing out. Me too.

At the same time, this is how TPTB want us to react. Divisiveness and distrust and disgust and apathy is all they require of us. And they don't hesitate to overwhelm us at every opportunity, knowing it will make most people withdraw even more intently into their gaming devices, and their smart phones, and the mindless shows on the idiot box. They're working us. And they're doing it extremely well....
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posted on May, 27 2012 @ 02:03 AM
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Originally posted by robhines

Originally posted by Koffee
You know what the bankers don't control foreign policy, if they did there be far more acts of trade going on instead of military actions that destabilize regional economies.

As for Syria leadership, it never needed Western help in the past to massacre its own people like this: en.wikipedia.org... , I don't see why people can't just accept that a ruthless authoritarian dictatorship would again start killing people to ensure its own survival.


Do you really want me to spend the next day or so researching what you said there and see what information I can find? Bankers don't control foreign policy? Are you for real?

I'm tired, will get back to this later.
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You know what controls foreign policy? A vast matrix of interests that include banks to political, social and economic interests outside of banks. Do banks have a large amount of influence on politics? Yes but the don't have a monopoly of power. Like when Bush put tariffs on steel to appease some corporate interests, those corporate interests and not banks. Or when decided to install a new government in Haiti for the umpteenth time, it wasn't bank behind it, there is no reason for them to care. You would think that if the evil bankers controlled things they would of taken advantage of Saddam's weak position and negotiated sweetheart deals rather then try and overthrow the bastard and not steal all that rich oil.

I know this is a conspiracy site and the bankers are the currently the enemy of all humanity, but lets try step away from simple mono-casual explanations of how things work. Foreign policy is formulated far less rationally and conspiratorially on average then we like to think, and that explains for why our world is so messed up. Now of course there are exceptions, but I doubt the evil conspiracy in the West who is busy with other matters really cared about upsetting the Syria applecart and that's why we have such half hearted measures to try and put sanctions on them, especially after Libya blew up in the faces of France and Britain and created yet another problem for poor Mali.



posted on May, 27 2012 @ 02:17 AM
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Yes I suppose you are correct. It's all part of their delusional little game.

One day... one day... they will get what is coming to them and feel the pain of a million tormented souls.



posted on May, 27 2012 @ 02:29 AM
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Yep, what we're seeing in Syria is a deadly civil war between sects(Alawi, Sunni) NOT a revolution, it's already spreading over the border to Lebanon, all started thanks to tptb backed extremists...Why people cant wake up and see this fact is just beyond belief.



posted on May, 27 2012 @ 11:26 AM
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The US strategic role in the Middle East is the destruction of all existing national states. There is an outline for this that has been known for many years as the Bernard Lewis plan.

It has been expressed again by people like Zbigniew Brzezinski. Microstates, mini states, rump states, secessionism, chaos, warlords and NATO feels free to seize whatever assets they think are important, be it oil or water or strategic ports or things like this.

If we just look at what is happening in Syria right now, I think we can say that –the so-called Syrian opposition, these Syrian national council and the terrorists of the free Syrian army– they are politically defeated and their only hope right now is to maintain a constant series of terrorist attacks, bombings, murders; they have had suicide bombings.

This is not a technique of the Syrian army; it is a technique of al-Qaeda. We have just heard, as you say, Idlib near the Turkish border three attacks in one day, coordinated attacks, another hallmark of the al-Qaeda.

So there is no political content here. It is simply a desire to keep something going so that there will be a pretext for foreign forces to intervene and I think that is where we are headed right now.

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posted on May, 27 2012 @ 11:39 AM
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Yeah because NATO wants to spend all its time babysitting oil freighters and pipelines in a constant low intensity warzone as opposed to I don't know having stable states they can do business with. Its also why the US really tries to keep Iraq together and try to clamp down on sectarian violence... wait a second that plan doesn't actually fit what people are doing in the Middle East and doesn't make a lick of sense.

But it does provide a convenient cover for the fact that Middle Eastern states are generally artifices built by the decline of Empires, and if you break their central government too much, you end up with them going back towards their immediate more tribal and clan loyalties. But no sane oil business or hegemony wants to deal with squabbling clans all the time and their threat to security of the main reason why we're in the region in the first place, oil and oil shipments.



posted on May, 27 2012 @ 11:49 AM
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We are talking about a significant piece of the world and a building bloc for world domination.

Everybody has observed that if Syria falls into chaos, if Syria is wiped off the map and replaced by Kurdish, Alewite and other entities and warlords, then Iran loses an ally, Hezbollah loses its strategic depth, the predicament of the Israelis is made much easier, there are probably hotheads in Istanbul and Ankara who think that they can seize pieces of this right on their way to some kind of new Ottoman Empire.

There are lots and lots of people who would like to carve themselves a piece of Syria. Naturally, I would warn them, especially the Turks that when the US offers Turkey this wonderful perspective of invading Syria, the goal there is to destroy Turkey as well as Syria.



posted on May, 27 2012 @ 11:57 AM
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Well that makes more sense, but I still don't see it, the actions of the West have been far more reactive then active since Iraq went bad, and with the US's current "pivot" to the Asia, I get the sense all they want in the region is some quiet time so they don't have to worry about war breaking out or keeping a large fleet there guard every oil shipment.

But hey time will tell.



posted on May, 27 2012 @ 01:19 PM
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You know what the bankers don't control foreign policy, if they did there be far more acts of trade going on instead of military actions that destabilize regional economies.

I think you need to think that over a little. Who do you think the Bilderbergs, the Round Table Group, and the Central Banking Cartel is? They are the head if the Viper, that's who. The Central Banking Cartel doesn't control policy, hell, they make policy.

Some light reading for you:

"One World Socialist" Organizations - U.S. Democratic Party - Federal Reserve - Goldman Sachs - CRIME, INC. - Bilderberg - Council on Foreign Relations - United Nations - Trilateral Commission - Microsoft - Google - Apple - More

Israel Lobby Dictates U.S. Policy, Study Charges



posted on Aug, 26 2013 @ 05:08 AM
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So maybe this is western backed forces killing kids over there so that they can unsettle the place and install their own banking system

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Sounds about right. Iran and North Korea are the next dominos.



posted on Aug, 26 2013 @ 05:23 AM
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Unfortunately, Americans will never put their government to that test.



posted on Jun, 17 2014 @ 06:28 AM
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Didn't want to create a new thread when there was one already here albeit an older one!

This video says it all about Syria and the conflict.






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