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The Houla Massacre: A War Provocation by NATO Death Squads

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posted on Jun, 6 2012 @ 06:31 PM
Found Webster Tarpley via following Adam Kokesh on twitter, and was looking at what happened in Syria around the same time, then found this. Not sure how many people agree that it was western powers responsible for what happened, but Tarpley goes into a decent bit of detail here and mentions several sources.

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posted on Jun, 6 2012 @ 07:07 PM
Is anyone surprised by this? Honestly?

Further, although this mass murder may have been done by NATO-backed death squads (or other death squads), I've got $20 says that the US is pulling the strings. Washington wants the middle east.

What will you do when Washington brings this terror home to the US?

posted on Jun, 6 2012 @ 07:38 PM
Its pretty clear the US and NATO want nothing to do with Syria. Nobody seems able to budge them on the issue and nothing it seems is going to. Why would you provoke a war you do not want? Its not like they did not have enough to get involved months ago if the wanted to. What you can expect out of the west is more talk followed by some santions.
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posted on Jun, 6 2012 @ 07:42 PM
These 'rebels' are agents of NATO; they are trained and controlled by NATO and the CIA. It's the same as what happened in Libya and Yugoslavia. Without a doubt they are the ones who will be killing children, there is no reason why it would be Assad's men, Assad will not benefit from the death of children, but NATO and their Rebels will
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posted on Jun, 6 2012 @ 10:05 PM
The Arab union would absolutely benefit from problems in Syria. Syria has proven itself out quite well as a staging area, and anyone looking at the next step in the great game in the ME should consider Syria an obvious launching point. It is smack in the middle of of Arab power.

The preferred historical local is out of reach for the time being.

I think we can take Libya's power structure out of the running for right now - that group is too busy consolidating North Africa.

However, Saud, Iran and Turkey all look good to me.

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