By Saman Mohammadi
In Syria, the U.S. and Israel are sponsoring Jihadist terrorists to destroy the unity of Syria and bring down the current Syrian government. As a result, the moral and intellectual arguments for the U.S.-led war on terror are being exposed as propaganda talking points that have no logical connections to the real world.
The U.S. and Israeli governments cannot be taken seriously when they try to sell to the world the lie that Islamic terrorism is a threat to Western civilization while it is secretly funding and arming Sunni terrorists to wage war against governments that they donâ€™t like.
We donâ€™t have to point to the false flag 9/11 events as an example of state-sponsored terrorism by the U.S. and Israeli governments. There is endless evidence in Syria that points to a coordinated policy of state-sponsored terrorism against the Syrian people by Washington and Tel Aviv.
Washingtonâ€™s alliance with Jihadist terrorists is coming out into the daylight in Syria, Libya, and other nations that have experienced the CIAâ€™s â€œArab Spring.â€ Rob Prince wrote an excellent article on June 3rd about this unholy alliance called, â€œTunisiaâ€™s Salafists: Brownshirts of the Arab Spring.â€ Prince said:
â€œThe British and the U.S. prefer the more placid and â€˜west-orientedâ€™ face of â€˜moderate Islamic partiesâ€™ like Tunisiaâ€™s Ennahda which claims to respect democratic processes. But when necessary, London and Washington have not hesitated to cooperate with more fanatical elements â€” be they Saudi Wahhabists or now Syrian jihadists. Besides the anti-Arab secular nationalist bond that unites U.S. foreign policy with Islamists, there is a bond of another kind: they see eye to eye economically. The Moslem Brotherhoods in Egypt, Ennahda in Tunisia, and Salafists throughout the region are all comfortable with and support the kind of neoliberal economic policies the United States and Europe pursue. They have opposed trade union rights, strong state-directed economic policies. When it comes to neoliberal economics, openness to foreign corporate and financial penetration, the Islamists and U.S. policymakers are in complete harmony.â€
The U.S.-Israeli-Jihadist war against Syria has produced a humanitarian crisis that the Western media is deliberately and criminally misrepresentingto the world. It is now clear beyond any shadow of a doubt that the guilty party in the Houla massacre was the foreign-armed Syrian opposition.
There is dissent within the loosely assembled, highly unpopular, and murderous opposition, with the more moral members breaking ranks and admitting to a German reporter named Rainer Hermann that their bloodthirsty partners were responsible for the Houla massacre.
The U.S. and its allies have used the Houla massacre as an excuse to apply pressure on the Syrian government at the United Nations. They have wrongly accused Russia of shielding Assad from retribution and going against the international community. French journalist Thierry Meyssan wrote about this angle of the conflict in his article, â€œSyria: What the Security Council Said.â€
Also, watch historian Webster Tarpley take Ban Ki-moon and Kofi Annan to task for their despicable and criminal behaviour as it relates to the Syrian conflict. Tarpley calls them, â€œtwo of the greatest liars and imperialist tools of the age.â€
II. Will The Wise Prevail, Or Will Irrational Aggression Once Again Rule The Day?
If the U.S., Israel, and Saudi Arabia are allowed by the international community to continue their illegal war against Syria then the entire Middle East will explode. Wiser heads in the West and the East must prevail.
Zbigniew Brzezinski is one of the few American geopolitical thinkers to provide a wise, sober, and honest assessment of the conflict in Syria and the hidden forces at work behind the scenes. On MSNBCâ€™s Morning Joe program on May 30, 2012, Brzezinski cautioned that America should not react with emotion to what is going on in Syria. He said that there is no sign of a widespread national uprising against the Syrian government, and that isolating Russia because of its stance on the Syrian crisis is impossible.
The Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov said in a press conference in Moscow on Saturday, June 9, that Russia will not support a military intervention in Syria. The delusional and dishonest Western media will spin his remarks as a blanket endorsement of the Assad government.
In an editorial on Friday, June 8, called, â€œAssad, the Butcher,â€ the New York Times said:
â€œWith every new atrocity, calls for military action grow. We understand the desire to protect innocents. Intervention would be costly and could widen the war. The best hope of avoiding that is for the Security Council to impose comprehensive punishments â€” and for Russia, China and Iran to stop enabling Mr. Assadâ€™s savagery.â€
The New York Times knows a thing or two about covering up acts of savagery, having covered up the most savage act of state terrorism in history that was committed by the shadow governments in Washington and Tel Aviv on September 11, 2001.
If the editors of the New York Times are so concerned about stopping human suffering and government savagery, they should start at home, not in Syria.
This post originally appeared at The Excavator.