Sunday, October 23, 2016

Washington’s game of good terrorists vs bad terrorists

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{Article written by - Mr.John Wight who works for newspapers and websites across the world, including the Independent, Morning Star, Huffington Post, Counterpunch, London Progressive Journal, and Foreign Policy Journal.}

When you reach the stage of making a distinction between good terrorists and bad terrorists, not only are you defending the indefensible, you are engaged in the ugly business of sowing dragon’s teeth.
Jahbat Al-Nusra, which recently changed its name to Jabhat Fatah al-Sham, is a terrorist organization dripping in the blood of men, women, and children – people it has butchered across Syria over the past five years for the crime of praying to a different God than them, or else the same God in a different way. Such an organization, you would automatically think, has no place in this world, with its eradication a priority for all right-thinking humanity. Not so when it comes to Washington.
During a press briefing in Washington on October 20, US State Department spokesman, John Kirby, was asked by a reporter, “Is the US fighting al-Nusrah [sic] in Syria at this time?” Kirby replied, “Our efforts militarily in Syria, as I said today, is against ISIS, against Daesh.
Kirby also said, “The only thing that stands between where we are now and a permanent and enduring ceasefire in Syria is Bashar al-Assad and his supporters,” Kirby said. “We recognize Al-Nusra as a spoiler, we have concerns about co-mingling, I’ve talked about this ad nauseam.”
This is a startling admission of Washington’s duplicity when it comes to combatting terrorism. Because not only is the US refusing to target Al-Nusra, it is actively refusing to share intelligence with Russia to help Russian forces target the Al-Qaeda affiliate either. Moreover, Washington has been doing its utmost to inhibit and impede the military operation that is currently being conducted against Al-Nusra in Aleppo by Russian and Syrian forces. As for those so-called moderate rebels we are constantly regaled with – you know, the nice guys who behead people with knives and swords made out of candy floss – there have been zero attempts to separate them from Al-Nusra in eastern Aleppo by the Americans or their regional allies, despite repeated requests from Russia for them to do so.
Considering the scale of the human suffering being endured in Aleppo – and here it is notable that upon halting the military operation to liberate the city in order to allow more civilians safe passage out of harm’s way, along with the opportunity for rebels to leave the city, Syrian and Russian personnel involved in assisting the process have come under fire – Washington’s role in prolonging the conflict has now been laid bare for all to see. For, in truth, the unprecedented anti-Russian propaganda campaign has less to do with concern over the suffering of the people of eastern Aleppo, and more to do with the fact that the military operation being conducted by Russian and Syrian forces is moving ever closer to liberating them.
Russia’s foreign minister, Sergey Lavrov, said: “Both Al-Nusra Front and Ahrar ash-Sham, along with other organizations cooperating with them, are ultimately sabotaging UN efforts to restore the delivery of humanitarian assistance to eastern Aleppo, [carried out] with [Russia’s] support and the support of the Syrian government.” He went on to say, “[They] explicitly shell those routes through which such humanitarian aid can be delivered.
Aleppo is key to the outcome of the wider conflict, as Washington knows, and, given that its overriding objective is the overthrow of the Assad government, its strategy towards the fighting in Aleppo becomes clear.
Just ponder this a moment: while Russian and Syrian forces have been engaged in a military operation to crush Al-Nusra in eastern Aleppo with the objective of liberating its people, Washington and its allies have been actively obstructing their efforts to do so; instead focusing their energy on peddling unfounded accusations that Russian and Syrian forces have been deliberately and willfully targeting civilians. It has been contemptuous to behold.
The conflict in Syria, it bears repeating, has never been about democracy in the eyes of Washington. Instead, it is about domination, about reshaping the region according to strategic objectives that pre-date the conflict. The Assad government had long been considered a key obstacle in this regard. A classified US diplomatic cable from 2006, released by WikiLeaks, leaves no doubt of US plans to destabilize the Syrian government. From the then US ambassador to Syria, the cable reads in part, “…there are some long-standing vulnerabilities and looming issues that may provide opportunities to up the pressure on Bashar and his inner circle.” It goes on, “Actions that cause Bashar to lose balance and increase his insecurity are in our interest because his inexperience and his regime’s extremely small decision-making circle make him prone to diplomatic stumbles that can weaken him domestically and regionally.”
The conclusion of the analysis contained in the cable is particularly interesting. “The bottom line is that Bashar is entering the new year in a stronger position than he has been in several years, but those strengths also carry with them (or sometimes mask) vulnerabilities.  If we are ready to capitalize, they will offer us opportunities to disrupt his decision-making, keep him off-balance, and make him pay a premium for his mistakes.
Al-Nusra is an offshoot of ISIS [Islamic state, formerly ISIL] in Syria. It is an organization that shares Washington’s objective of overthrowing the Syrian government, led by Bashar al-Assad. However, Nusra is also committed to the eradication of Syria’s Christian, Shiite, Druze, Alawite, and other minority communities. In other words, its aims and objectives are nothing short of genocidal, which is where the locus of support for those fighting to defeat this group, along with the so-called moderates fighting alongside Al-Nusra and ISIS, resides. It is why, at this point, the survival of the Assad government is indistinguishable from the survival of Syria as a secular, non-sectarian state.
It is to Washington’s eternal shame that it refuses to acknowledge this fact and act accordingly.

The statements, views and opinions expressed in this column are solely those of the author and do not necessarily represent those of RT.

Monday, October 17, 2016

Syria's President Speaks - NBC Interview

Interview date: 14th July 2016

To speak the truth is a big thing.....why the war in Syria is not ending only because the supporters of terrorists do not want to end whether it is the surrounding countries or western powers...nothing strange in the fact.

President Bashar Al Assad's interview given to Russia's Koms

Interview date: 12th October 2016 -

I believe what Dr.Assad is speaking...true in every word!!!

Tuesday, October 04, 2016

Haunting pics of environmental pollution

The below pics and content is from:

This albatross ingested so much garbage, most likely via the fish he was eating, that his body simply couldn’t get rid of it, eventually leading to his death. Plastic makes up approximately 90% of the trash in the world’s oceans, oceans that contain approximately 5 trillion pieces of garbage in total.

When you don’t have thumbs to help out, it’s hard to get out of a sticky situation. About one million sea birds and 100,000 sea mammals are killed annually because of garbage in the ocean.

Unfortunately this is not the latest trend in feathered fashion… Approximately 500 billion plastic bags are used every year across the world, thats about 1 million every hour.

The less fortunate who cannot afford DRINKABLE water.

Anyone who says drilling for oil in our oceans is perfectly safe needs to take a look at this poor bird. Seabirds are especially susceptible to the effects of oil spills as the oil forms a layer on the surface of the water where the birds spend most of their time. Once it gets into their feathers, say goodbye to flying.

Even animals that live far from civilization suffer the effects of oil pollution.

Thursday, September 29, 2016

One who supports terrorist is also a terrorist...

German journalist Jurgen Todenhofer spoke with a Jabhat al-Nusra commander face to face in Syria and the world has this to know:

“The CIA was coordinating the weapons’ delivery from Turkey and they brought the weapons to the border… These weapons were taken by terrorist groups, Al-Qaeda, Islamic State (IS, formerly ISIS/ISIL). This is well-known.”

Detailed article is here:

Law cannot be different for different countries. Syria is surrounded by enemies who are hell bent in bringing democracy (the so called cooked up story to replace the President because he has become a thorn to his neighbors) at the cost of people of Syria and thereby eradicating Shias in the process and all the related...the story never ends of this biased conflict regime and anti-regime...

Here's something important below (

"In these two proxy wars - as America aims to get rid of Russian influence and Saudi Arabia aims to get rid of a Shia-Alawite government - both will apparently go to any lengths to get rid of the Assad regime. Analysts have found that America and Saudi Arabia have financed virtually every and any militant group, including terrorist forces and extreme Islamic armies: anyone that will fight to topple the Syrian government. 

Most experts now accept that the billions of dollars spent by America and Saudi Arabia to finance extremist forces that are opposing the Syrian government eventually ended up financing and helping ISIS forces. ISIS is of course Sunni, which is why ISIS is fighting the (Shia) Alawite-secular government in Syria."

When the intentions are wrong then how is the problem going to solve? 

Sunday, September 25, 2016

The American Terrorism

The ongoing war in the name of eliminating terror in Middle East by the American Government is just one of the games it plays on a global scale.

In the process of consolidating its power and influence, it has systematically replaced governments and dethroned leaders through uprisings, destroyed economies through sanctions and what not only to protect its place in this power game.....


Libya is gone.
Iraq is destroyed.
Syria has millions buried under its rubble.
Yemen is being pounded by Arab coalition.

Everyone is a mute spectator in this drama on the world stage. Syria is turned into a flattened ground with millions migrating from their own lands as the whole country is turned into war zone. Hundreds of thousands have lost their lives for no reason of their own and have been rendered homeless.

Why there is happiness in destruction?
Why peoples lives do not matter?
Why 'ego' on large and small scale is so destructive that it can wipe out countries from the map?
Who decides as to who is right and who is wrong?
.....and the endless questions which keep trolling the mind everyday looking at the Middle East's systematic destruction....

The right intention to resolve the crisis would have solved the current crisis in Middle East but with so many biased views of all selfish Arab states who are supporting in the name of war on terror for their own interests (Saudi Arabia, Kuwait, Oman, Egypt, Qatar, Bahrain, Jordan, Turkey etc) & western interests (USA, UK, France etc) is never going to end.....

USA is not immune to its own creation of destruction...

The beginning of the END is happening to be precise with so much chaos in the world.

Thursday, September 01, 2016

Turkey’s dangerous move on Syria

The following editorial from 'The Hindu' proves the precise point in case of Turkey and its madness in the mayhem of Middle East

Turkey’s incursion into Syria has opened a new front in the already complicated Syrian civil war. Turkey and the other regional powers in West Asia, such as Saudi Arabia, Qatar and Iran, have been active players in the Syrian conflict since 2011, but this is the first time one of them has sent its army into Syria to join combat. Ankara says the move is to fight the Islamic State; within days of rolling its tanks into Syria, Turkey declared that it had cleared the border town of Jarabulus of IS fighters. But there is little doubt that the real target of the Turkish forces are the Kurdish militias. The IS had been active in Jarabulus since 2013, and used the town as a key supply route for men and materials. Over the last few years, Turkey had largely ignored IS activities on the Syrian side of the border. It moved into action only after the U.S.-backed Kurdish forces recaptured Manbij, another town close to the border, from the IS. After taking positions in Manbij, Kurdish rebels had moved towards Jarabulus. If Kurds seize Jarabulus as well, it would allow them unprecedented control over the Syrian-Turkish border region and also cut Turkey off from the last remaining cross-border supply routes. Unsurprisingly, after taking control of Jarabulus, Turkish aircraft and ground troops started attacking Kurdish positions in Manbij, demanding that they retreat to the east of the Euphrates.

Turkey has two concerns. First, if it loses cross-border access to Syria, the Ankara-backed rebels would be in a weaker position in the Syrian civil war, which would in turn jeopardise Turkey’s plans for a future Syria. Second, if Kurdish militias are allowed to further consolidate in the semi-autonomous Syrian Kurdistan, that would pose a direct strategic threat to Turkey, given the Syrian Kurds’ deep ties with their Turkish counterparts who are at war with Ankara. So Turkey wants to rupture the Kurdish momentum. This move, however, marks a dangerous turn of events. Kurds have proved the most effective ground force against the IS. All the major border towns they control, such as Kobane, Tal Abyad and now Manbij, were recaptured from the IS after long and bloody ground battles. In fact, the decline of the IS started with their defeat by Kurds in Kobane. Besides, the Turkish incursion makes the Syrian war more complicated. Given their recent battle history, Kurds won’t give up their position easily. This means that if Turkey persists with its operation, the border towns could witness another spell of war, while making the task of resolving the Syrian conflict more difficult. Unfortunately, Turkey seems less bothered about the chaos in Syria than the growing clout of Kurds.

Wednesday, August 24, 2016

the most dangerous animal in the world...

It is fact that...Man (human being) is the most dangerous animal in the world today...

Monday, August 22, 2016

A social experiment with a message

It is very much evident from the fact that it is not the people who are interested in fighting in the name of hindu's or muslim's.....the evil is someone else. Best social experiment which speaks the truth of brotherhood between citizens of India

Saturday, July 30, 2016

Save Elephants from extinction

Dear friends,

Every 15 minutes an elephant is brutally slaughtered for its tusks, and at this rate they will be gone forever in just a few years. Momentum is growing for a complete global ban on ivory -- but the European Commission has just come out against it!

The elephant crisis is heartbreaking. In some areas these magnificent, sensitive creatures are so terrified of people they only come out at night, and mourning baby elephants refuse to leave the butchered corpses of their mothers. Now 29 African governments have said if Europe gets its way, it will spell extinction for our elephants, and they need our help.

A key global summit is just around the corner where we could win the total ban we need, and there are signs powerful countries like France and Germany could lead a rebellion against the EU’s elephant death sentence. African governments will deliver our giant call straight into key meetings to build support for the ban -- sign now to keep our elephants safe, and share with everyone you know:

All over the world, iconic species are being driven to the edge of extinction thanks to hunting, poaching and habitat loss. It’s creating a crisis that threatens us all -- scientists are warning that as each species is lost, another strand is pulled out of the web of life. Pull out too many, and the ecosystems we rely on will collapse.

Europe is the world’s biggest exporter of legal ivory, and argues that the best way to tackle the elephant crisis is to crack down hard on the illegal trade, while keeping legal traders operating. But elephant poachers pass off the ivory they sell as legitimate, hiding their crimes behind the legal ivory trade and experts say legalisation could make poaching grow exponentially.

So let's build a global wave of support for our amazing wildlife, and make sure European governments drop this disastrous plan to allow more elephant slaughter. It will be a tragedy like no other if our children and their children only know elephants from books and videos. Add your name and spread the word to save the elephants:

Our global people-powered movement is the best chance our wildlife has to survive and flourish. We’ve helped usher in the end of the ivory trade in Hong Kong, won an EU ban on bee-killing pesticides and campaigned for dozens of protected ocean and forest parks around the world. We even bought a rainforest for orangutans! Now we need to step up for elephants again, and get another global win for wildlife.

With hope and determination,

Bert, Rosa, Rewan, Emma, Spyro, Marie, Danny and the rest of the Avaaz team


African wildlife officials appalled as EU opposes a total ban on ivory trade (The Guardian)

29 African Nations Urge EU to Halt Elephant Slaughter (Environment News Service)

In Fighting Illegal Ivory, EU Lags Behind (National Geographic)

Obama says that urgent action is needed to save elephants from going extinct (The Guardian)

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