Syrian revolution and civil war? What revolution? What civil war? There is no Syrian revolution. No Syrian civil war.
What conflict there is, and there is no doubt that Syria has been suffering constant and terrible conflict for the past six years, was ideated, spread, fostered, promoted, goaded, paid for, supplied, armed, led (from behind, or even alongside), by elements of the West (US, NATO, EU) and their rich and powerful regional allies, and propagandised through their fawning and complicit media.
None of that is in any way to be doubted, since there is ample and sufficient evidence, both internal and external to those entities, to render that position as truth. Indisputably so.
If any more evidence were necessary, and it seems that the truth has not yet been universally accepted or even heard in many quarters, then such is presented here in this reblogged article. I urge any doubters to consider this information carefully.
“The narrative of the corporate mainstream media is that the vast majority of Syrians resorted to peaceful protests against the “dictator Assad regime”.
In this video, I will prove with evidences that, what you were being told is a lie.”–Syriana Analysis
My October 2015 article, “Deconstructing the NATO Narrative on SyriaDeconstructing the NATO Narrative on Syria“. Excerpts:
“…it is known that from the beginning, in Dara’a and throughout Syria, armed protesters were firing upon, and butchering, security forces and civilians. Tim Anderson’s “Syria: how the violence began, in Daraa” pointed out that police were killed by snipers in the March 17/18 protests; the Syrian army was only brought to Dara’a following the murder of the policemen. Additionally, a storage of protesters’ weapons was found in Dara’a’s al-Omari mosque.
Prem Shankar Jha’s, “Who Fired The…
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