posted on May, 14 2013 @ 08:05 AM
The various videos posted are, it goes without saying horrendous. The fact that the western media have begun to disseminate them and publicise them in
the same week that we were beginning to see diplomatic moves to find a diplomatic resolution is suspicious in my view. By presenting these atrocities
online and publicising them to such an extent, the motive seems clear to me. - To inflame tensions between rival factions within Syria. Don't be
surprised to hear that Khalid al-Hamad will be taken out by members of the FSA in the coming weeks. If the Assad forces don't drop a bomb on him in
the meantime. The FSA have already clamed that Khalid al-Hamad will be put on trial.
The rebels who were last month on the outskirts of Damascus, are being pushed back, and the car bombs in Turkey the other day likewise, resulted in
Turkey openly declaring that they would not be drawn in to the conflict.
Job done, Turkish border will be more secure in future, and the flow of resources to the rebels, and the Kurds who are sitting on their hands waiting
for their chance, will be interrupted by Turkey.
Abu Sakir's you tube channel can still be easily found, although the videos contained there are not graphic, they appear to contain embedded links to
where the original content is posted.
Syria is a beautiful country currently being torn apart by a horrendous civil war. Arab Vs Arab. TPTB have no interest in intervening and have clearly
adopted a stance of containment.
Lebanon is the 'release valve' and Syrian criminals are being sweeped up as they move in on the ground and try to establish themselves in Beirut.
Its not in the western power's interest for a fractious rebel regime to take control in Syria. Whatever you may think about Assad, he was educated in
London and is married to an English born and educated woman. That means he has more in common with western ruling classes than some jihadi influenced
rebel leader of the future.
In the long game what the west is hoping for is an Assad regime victory, which will weaken Hezbollah and allow the tensions in the Levant to settle
enough for a proper democracy to emerge and the oil and money to flow out of the region into the western economies without destabilising the allied