Archive for December, 2015
If I may add to the voice of the Libyans,
Ghadaffi’s rule resulted
in a progressive country
immersed in discipline
and peace propagation.
Oil money was spent on the people’s welfare.
Libyan education was subsidized
from elementary stage to Ph. D’s.
Most of the Libyans turned out
to be professionals.
Father Albert San Jose
of the Diocese of San Pablo, Laguna,
was relieved for using a hover board
I opine that this act was ahead of the times
since hover boards are not in common use yet.
What he has done is actually sell the hover board
and not Christ.
But what I see is an exceptionally clean church,
The Great Blunder
Cannon to the right of them,
Cannon to the left of them,
Cannon in front of them
Volleyed and thundered;
Stormed at with shot and shell,
Boldly they rode and well,
Into the Jaws of Death,
iInto the Mouth of Hell
Rode the six hundred.
“Forward the Light Brigade!”
Was there a man dismayed?
Not though the soldier knew
Someone had blundered…….
Now wait a fucking minute!
Just wait a blasted minute!
This is not my kind of meat
Not if I can help it!
If someone had blundered,
Its a good time to ponder
Ours is then to reason why
And ours is to make reply.
To heck with the Jaws of Death!
Shit with the Valley of Death!
Fuck with the Mouth of hell
Did you savvy well?
(And the greater blunder would be to topple Assad and not Erdogan)
The Man that the US is obsessed to bring down,
Assad, provides a selfie pose
for his fans at a Catholic Church in Damascus.
This is an apparent start of a media makeover
for Assad whose person has been demonized
by the American diplomatic corps
for no veritable reason.
Well, he pre-empted a step of mine
which included his personal address
to the Un General Assembly
sometime in the near future.
If he gets invited to do so
so much the better for him.
If Turkey is hell bent in maintaining it supply of pilfered oil
the question should now be asked (again)—
who buys the oil?
Do the oil tankers end up in the Pacific region?
Those who buy cheap stolen oil would be sympathetic
to Turkey and ultimately the ISIS!
The UN approves a resolution for a roadmap for Syria.
This is great progress in that
the UN authority is now recognized.
Looking over the document,
I find it fantastic in how the they sling the English language.
This document would be less understandable to the common reader.
It would instead be easier to understand Shakespeare.
For one thing, the map is generalized.
It says what is to be accomplished,
and not what is to be done to accomplish this.
It does not say what is legal and what is illegal.
It does not say what countries are allowed to bomb Syria.
This resolution indirectly legitimizes the presence
of the US-led coalition in Syria,
so they can proceed with exactly what they are doing now
even without the permission of Assad.
I say, my steps are better spelled out
than this UN roadmap.
This roadmap reeks of an Assad overthrow.
I do hope that the UN will do better this time
in having a mind of its own.
Donald The Duck
Whenever small groups of people gather to talk about what ails the country today, they come out with conclusions about what solutions would be required. These conclusions, even though how raw they may seem, still form a consensus of opinion. And rightly so does Donald Trump echo these conclusions on his speeches. And thusly does Donald trump collect such a large following from amongst the American public—he quacks a lot!
He has been sensible, forceful, logical, straightforward, and knows exactly the right moment to throw the big punch. As C-In-C, he would use more of his charming diplomacy and sharp tact, backed up by everybody’s recognition of America’s strength and resolve.
His opponents for the Presidential Nomination could do nothing but twist Donald’s rhetoric.
Donald Trump is the most knowledgeable, most capable, most energetic Republican Nominee for President, and could very well be the best choice for President.
Donald Trump quacks a lot. This has been good for him.
From these quacks is revealed his ability, his prowess, and what exactly is in his noggin.
I have mentioned some steps leading to the solution of the Syrian War.
You may have been wondering what the rest of the steps are.
These steps I intend to mention to you one by one,
poco a poco, step by step.
But note, however, that the final step would have been
when Syria is a working state
with a government working for the people
and chosen by the people.
This situation is far in the future to attain.
The country is littered with debris.
It is far from being sterilized and immunized.
The Syrian Army must therefore be refurbished and retrained.
The rebels must work with the government first
so that they can directly redress their grievances
towards their present leaders.
The next step should therefore be
to recover and restart the Syrian oil industry.
Financing is needed to secure new weapons
and to pay for the new military conscripts.
The re-planted Syrian migrants
may just be waiting for Syria to be “cleaned up”
before they repatriate themselves.
I was wondering why Turkey insisted on
inserting a force within Iraq’s territory,
a contingent that juts in like a beachhead.
I think this is a rear guard for
keeping the route open for the oil trucks
to reach the oil tankers in ports.
Either that or this is an escape corridor
for ISIS troops driven away by the bombing runs.
A complete reversal of the attitude of the West towards Russia
is in the offing.
Russia and Vladimir Putin is no longer declared isolated.
Russia is not now the villain.
The Russians are not to be treated as untouchables.
And the President of Russia
is not to be maltreated anymore.
What is awesome is that Putin turned this around
without even putting troops in Syria
nor in Ukraine.
Such is his mettle.
Why, why, why, Delilah?
for non-stop naps.
(10 minutes download, 2 hours playtime, best to copy on memory stick))
(if you prefer Xmas music, type Christmas in the search box)
It was not Hussein who gassed the Kurds.
There has never been any reason for Hussein to be hanged.
It was not Assad who gassed the Syrians..
There has never been any reason for Assad to go.
There has never been any reason to arm the Syrian rebels.
There has never been any reason to breach the sovereignty of Syria.
There has never been any reason for the US to be in Syria.
The reason why the US, and the other countries,
are bombing the ISIS is for their
own country’s security, not Syria’s.
The other significant excuse to be in Syria
is to divide Syria’s oil resources
NOW YOU KNOW.
The invaders, not Assad, have to go!
The Culpa-culpa has now been revealed!
Assad did not actually gas his people
like the whole world believe.
It was turkey who dunnit!
And from this false belief lies the
embroilment of the western world
to the removal of Assad from
his legitimate post.
Assad never had sarin gas.
Neither did Hussein.
what more crimes would be committed
in thy name.
here’s the proof of this nefarious scheme to divide Syria into pieces of producing land—-
EXCLUSIVE: Sarin materials brought via Turkey & mixed in Syrian ISIS camps – Turkish MP to RT
Published time: 14 Dec, 2015 05:03Edited time: 14 Dec, 2015 15:34
Mohammad Abdullah / Reuters
Islamic State terrorists in Syria received all necessary materials to produce deadly sarin gas via Turkey, Turkish MP Eren Erdem has told RT, insisting there are grounds to believe a cover up has taken place.
The main opposition Republican People’s Party (CHP) member, Erdem, brought up the issue for public discussion in parliament last week, citing evidence from an abruptly-closed criminal case. He accused Ankara of failing to investigate Turkish supply routes used to provide terrorists with toxic sarin gas ingredients.
“There is data in this indictment. Chemical weapon materials are being brought to Turkey and being put together in Syria in camps of ISIS which was known as Iraqi Al Qaeda during that time,” Erdem told RT.
Sarin gas is a military-grade chemical that was used in a notorious attack on Ghouta and several other neighborhoods near the Syrian capital of Damascus in 2013. The attacks were pinned on the Syrian leadership, who in turn agreed to get rid of all chemical weapons stockpiles under a UN-brokered deal amid an imminent threat of US intervention.
Addressing parliamentarians on Thursday, Erdem showed a copy of the criminal case number 2013/120 that was opened by the General Prosecutor’s Office in the city of Adana in southern Turkey.
The investigation revealed that a number of Turkish citizens took part in negotiations with Islamic State (IS, formerly ISIS/ISIL) representatives on the supply of sarin gas. Pointing to evidence cited in the criminal case, he said that wiretapped phone conversations proved that an Al-Qaeda militant, Hayyam Kasap, acquired sarin.
These are all detected. There are phone recordings of this shipment like ‘don’t worry about the border, we’ll take care of it’ and we also see the bureaucracy is being used,” continued Erdem.
Based on the gathered evidence Adana authorities conducted raids and arrested 13 suspects in the case. But a week later, inexplicably, the case was closed and all the suspects immediately crossed the Turkish-Syrian border, Erdem said.
“About the shipment, Republic prosecutor of Adana, Mehmet Ar?kan, made an operation and the related people were detained. But as far as I understand he was not an influential person in bureaucracy. A week after, another public prosecutor was assigned, took over the indictment and all the detainees were released. And they left Turkey crossing the Syrian border,” he said.
“The phone recordings in the indictment showed all the details from how the shipment was going to be made to how it was prepared, from the content of the labs to the source of the materials. Which trucks were going to be used, all dates etc. From A to Z, everything was discussed and recorded. Despite all of this evidence, the suspects were released,” he said.
“And the shipment happened,” Erdem added. “Because no one stopped them. That’s why maybe the sarin gas used in Syria is a result of this.”
Speaking to RT, Erdem said that according to some evidence Turkish Mechanical and Chemical Industry Corporation was also involved, with some unconfirmed reports pointing in the direction of a government cover up, with Minister of Justice Bekir Bozdag’s involvement.
Certain evidence suggests Bozdag wanted to know beforehand from the sarin gas producer when and if the Islamists will use the chemical weapon.
“When I read the indictment, I saw clearly that these people have relationships with The Machinery and Chemical Industry Institution of Turkey and they don’t have any worries about crossing the border. For example in Hayyam Kasap’s phone records, you hear him saying sarin gas many times, saying that the ateliers are ready for production, materials are waiting in trucks which were supposedly carrying club soda,” he told RT.
The parliamentarian said that now he feels like there is a witch hunt against him, after he confronted the justice minister. Bozdag, according to Erdem denied only the part that he wanted to get notified about the operations beforehand.
What is supposed to be the next step in my suggestion
to solve the Syrian problem,
and which was pre-empted by the American
attack on a Syrian military base,
is the complete training of the Syrian officers Corp.
this procedure has never been done before
by those governments who have deposed
and/or attempted regime changes
in the Pacific and Middle East regions.
These attempts had catastrophic results.
What I am trying to say is that
when elements of an army is to be shown
field lessons on how to fight the known enemy
one should not assume the posture of
the arrogant warrior.
One has to teach the apprentice in a comrade,
The teacher must not keep the more powerful
weapon for himself, leaving the outmoded,
soon-to-be discarded weapon to the student.
This method assures the student’s respect for the teacher.
Now, to reform and refresh the Syrian army
the process should start with the General Staff,
then the Officers Corps,
then the Regimental commanders,
and so forth an so on.
But this thing that I will tell you has never been done before—
that of hauling the whole General Staff,
transporting them to a Command and General Staff School in Russia,
to teach them of the upcoming refurbishing
of the Syrian Army.
Such a change in scenery would give the Generals
a sense of pride and privilege
and would inculcate that intimate relationship
between the Syrian and Russian commanders.
This method has never been done before.
If it was done before, the whole region
would not be in this kind of a rumble.