Tuesday, November 22, 2011

Mossad vs Assad? 'CIA death squads behind Syria bloodbath'

Also see:

"Targeting of Christian Syrians and Black Libyans: The 'Clash of Civilizations' is on the march," by Mahdi Darius Nazemroaya

A Christian exodus is being planned for the Middle East by Washington, Tel Aviv, and Brussels. It has been reported that Sheikh Al-Rahi was told in Paris by President Nicolas Sarkozy that the Christian communities of the Levant and Middle East can resettle in the European Union. This is no gracious offer. It is a slap in the face by the same powers that have deliberately created the conditions to eradicate the ancient Christian communities of the Middle East. The aim appears to be either the resettling of the Christian communities outside of the region or demarcate them in enclaves. Both could be objectives. This is meant to delineate the Arab nations along the lines of being exclusively Muslim nations and falls into accordance with the Yinon Plan.


Forty-Niner said...

The problem with this is that it pretends that Assad is not a dictator for life. There are highest Syrians who are not mixed up with MOSSAD and not against Christianity who want Assad out. From early in the trouble Assad used shooting to stop protests, this is as bad as Jews do to Palestinians. Protests now are getting violent. There's hidden forces manipulating it but it doesn’t change Assad into a man of peace or man of the people. Majority rule. He’s against it. He made his own trouble by doing massacres and getting more hated. A long time ago he should have had free elections. Egypt, Libya and Syria Arabs don’t want rule by a dictator forever. You can’t blame it on MOSSAD.

Maurice Pinay said...

When Zionist 'Western' intelligence agencies foment revolutions in other nations they are blameworthy. Recognizing that fact doesn't exculpate the nations' rulers from strong arm tactics in maintaining power, but the reality remains that Democracy is easily manipulated under such conditions. What method do you recommend for a nation to hold itself together under a subversive CIA/Mossad style attack?

It seems to me that only strong-men are able to hold their nations together in such conditions.

By example, Democracy lovers today are wont to criticize the harshness of the Inquisition, perhaps rightly, but they don't say what the Church should have done alternatively to defend itself from destruction by a very real subversive attack.

We have our despots in the West. U.S. Michael Bloomberg is a despot of NYC after changing the law to extend his reign for 10 years now. He'll probably leave only to run for U.S. President. I would argue that comparably, Assad's despotism functions more for the common good of his nation than Bloomberg's who is transparently running cover for Zionist state and the banks and corporations that prop it up.

The banks just undemocratically installed a Goldman Sachs henchman in control of Italy. Western criticism of non-western authoritarians is hypocrisy at best.

Malleus Haereticorum said...

The Spanish Inquisition, if I may, played an essential role in protecting -- indeed, preserving -- the Catholic Spain of King Ferdinand and Queen Isabella from nefarious and insidious influences and forces that sought to disrupt and ultimately destroy the established order and culture. In addition, the supposed horrors of the Inquisition are just that -- supposed; thoroughly antithetical to historical fact. As historian Diane Moczar points out: "Given its formidable task of guarding the purity of the Faith in Christian souls...the overall record of the [Spanish] Inquisition in dealing with heresy is not only defensible but admirable."

Dan said...

The very best exposition of the facts concerning the Spanish Inquisition are to be found in three monumental books by Catholic historian William Thomas Walsh. They are ISABELLA OF SPAIN, PHILIP II and CHARACTERS OF THE INQUISITION.
When one reads these brilliant works, the scales fall from the eyes.

Interestingly, nearly 95% of the first printing of PHILIP II was bought up by New York "financiers" and summarily dumped into the Atlantic. This is not an apocryphal story.

Malleus Haereticorum said...

Excellent recommendations, particularly "Characters of the Inquisition". And permit me to add Edward Peters' "Inquisition" and Diane Moczar's "Seven Lies About Catholic History".

Also, please be wary, Catholic parents, of a lie-laden and subtly titled children's book: "Tomas de Torquemada -- Architect of Torture During the Spanish Inquisition", by Enid Goldberg and Norman Itzkowitz. Unexpected last names, eh?