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26 May, 2018

More evidence that the 2011 riots in Syria were sparked by a false flag operation

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Independent journalist Eva Bartlett spoke with Lee Camp about her recent trip in Syria. Bartlett visited the hospital in Douma where many victims of the latest alleged chemical attack went to receive medical care. Bartlett spoke with a medical student who was working the day of the alleged attack, and actually confirmed the reporting by the veteran journalist Robert Fisk, according to which there was no evidence of a chemical attack.

Bartlett also went to Daraa, where the first protests took place in 2011, and spoke to people there. They confirmed what many other investigative journalists support. 

This is strong evidence that it was a false flag operation that actually sparked the subsequent riots:

In the initial protest, Daraa was named as the birthplace of the so-called revolution. And Daraa is a city in the very south of Syria, not a very large city, and a rather unlikely city for a so-called revolution to have started. But prior going to Daraa, I interviewed a doctor who was working at a military hospital about 40 kilometres from Daraa, and I asked him about his experiences.

He said that there were many doctors on staff that days, so many that he wasn't in need, he was just sitting drinking a coffee because his services weren't in need. He said that on this day - it was a Friday the second Friday in March, and protests had started on Fridays, coming out of mosques. And on this Friday, he said a general told hospital staff to give priority to civilians over soldiers - even though this is a military hospital.

He was watching al-jazeera lying, saying that the hospital was denying treatment to civilians, and he also said that he saw somebody was live-streaming from his hospital. And I thought that was very interesting because back in 2011, I wonder what average civilian had access to the kind of technology that would allow them to livestream from a hospital in Daraa. So, it's interesting, that's just an aside.

But then, I went to Daraa city itself and I spoke with people that had been on the ground during protests. They said - including Father George Rizik said he saw protesters firing on the crowds and he said he felt that was being done to incriminate the Syrian authorities and Syrian security forces. And this is corroborating what others before me have already written upon deep research.

“Unusually bad” situation: Ecuador may evict Julian Assange “any day now”

In December, Assange received Ecuadorian citizenship, but the UK indicated it would not recognize his diplomatic status if requested by the Latin American nation, denying Assange the diplomatic immunity that would’ve allowed him to leave.

The UN, meanwhile, has twice ruled that Assange’s detention is unlawful. Despite this, the judge in his most recent appeal – Emma Arbuthnot, who said “I find arrest is a proportionate response even though Mr Assange has restricted his own freedom for a number of years.

Judge Arbuthnot’s impartiality in the Assange matter has been called into question, while her husband and ex-Conservative MP, Baron James Arbuthnot, is listed as the director of a security company along with the former head of MI6. Not exactly friends of WikiLeaks.

Meanwhile, Ecuador’s new president, Lenín Moreno, recently pulled funding for security and surveillance countermeasures – and in January called Assange an “inherited problem” that has created “more than a nuisance” for his government. Assange has had his internet access cut in March, and has since lost telephone and visitor privileges aside from his attorneys.

In addition to pressure from the U.S. and U.K., Spain is said to have been exerting pressure on Ecuador after Assange’s support for the separatist independence movements in Catalonia in northeast Spain.

And in an April article from Disobedient Media, it appears as though a U.S. military deal with Ecuador may be behind recent talk of pushing Assange out of the embassy. "The news of Ecuador’s decision is not only disastrous for WikiLeaks’ Editor-In-Chief, but also to those concerned that an increased US military presence in Ecuador will lead to an uptick in violence there.

Ecuador elected a new President who is working with the U.S. military-banking complex in order to shore up their debt, beef up their military and ostensibly in exchange, may be handing Assange over to the West within days.

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The US media’s six lies about Hamas

by Joyce Chediac

The Israeli government killed more than 60 Palestinian people demonstrating at the Gaza border, and wounded 12,000. According to Amnesty International, “Eyewitness testimonies, video and photographic evidence suggest that many were deliberately killed or injured while posing no immediate threat to the Israeli soldiers.

Israel and the U.S are trying to hide the reality of this massacre and war crimes against unarmed population by shifting the focus and the responsibility to Hamas, the Palestinian organization which administers the government in Gaza. The U.S. corporate media are willingly assisting in this vilification of Hamas, often repeating as fact the exact same boldface lies found in Israeli and U.S. press releases, and even in the exact words. Here are a few.

Lie one: Hamas is responsible for the death of more than 60 Palestinians by irresponsibly encouraging them to demonstate at Gaza’s border with Israel.

Lest there be any confusion, Palestinians weren’t killed by Hamas, but by Israeli soldiers under the orders of Israeli generals with Remington M24 sniper rifles gifted by the Pentagon. The media blames Hamas for everything that happens in Gaza because it is the government there. In the same way, Assad is blamed in the press for every death in Syria, even though the U.S. armed and trained the opposition. And the Maduro government of Venezuela is blamed by CNN and Fox for the economic hardship there even though Washington has economically sanctioned that country, and funds a rightwing opposition.

Lie two: Hamas is a terrorist organization that doesn’t recognize Israel’s ‘right to exist.’

The country that is not allowed it’s “right to exist” is Palestine. Since the Oslo Accords, there have been 19 years of U.S.-brokered talks between Israel and the Palestine Authority to establish a Palestinian state in the West Bank and Gaza. During the time Israeli has moved 100,000 settlers to the West Bank, and steadily annexed huge tracts of land so that on a map the parts that remain under Palestinian control look like the holes in Swiss cheese. Israeli troops storm anywhere at will, regularly killing, arresting and jailing Palestinians for indeterminate periods. Israel has waged major war on Gaza twice, and is strangling it with a siege.

Palestinians have also raised having a democratic secular Palestine with the right of return for refugees and equal rights for all. Israel has not only rejected this idea, but declared itself to be an exclusively Jewish state even though 20 percent of Israeli citizens are Palestinian. Israel prevents Palestinian refugees from returning to their land and homes simply because they are not Jewish. Israeli apartheid has been declared a war crime under international law, and called worse than South African Apartheid by South African activists. In truth Israel won’t even recognize that Palestinian people have a “right to exist.”

Lie three: Hamas called the demonstrations and is responsible for provoking Israel.

The protest was a mass outpouring, begun by an individual, marking the 70th anniversary of the forcible expulsion of Palestinians from the country and the replacement of Palestine with Israel. The goal of the protest was to end to the siege of Gaza and to exercise the people’s right to return to lands just over Gaza’s border which was owned by their families before the expulsion 70 years ago. The protest was endorsed by and participated in by every group political group in Gaza, and civil, legal, and social service groups. Tens of thousands of people came out to the encampment and protests, from the very old to the very young. People lived there, there were cultural and children’s programs, there were marriages there.

Lie four: Armed Hamas terrorist were cowardardly hiding among the people.

The protests were heavily covered by Palestinian and other media, even though Israeli discouraged this by killing two reporters wearing clothing clearly identifying them as press, and wounding many other reporters. Participants posted many photos and videos of the events on social media. Some Palestinians used slingshots to hurl stones in the direction of the Israel snipers, behind two fences, earth fortifications, and tens or even hundreds of yards away. Only one side had the guns. NO one was “hiding among the people.” This WAS the Palestinian people.

Lie five: Israel was legitimately defending its borders.

Israel is the only state in the world which has never declared where its borders are. This is because it has plans to expand permanently into Arab lands. At one time or another it has occupied and/or annexed all of historic Palestine as well as territory of all of its neighboring countries—Syria (the Golan Heights have been annexed), Lebanon, Jordan and Egypt. Boarders, it seems, are only for the Palestinian and other Arab people.

In much the same way, U.S. corporations and military penetrate and bomb countries, violating borders at will. But when the victims of this devatation seek shelter in the U.S., they are “violating U.S. borders.”

Lie six: Hamas is using the demonstrations to deflect from its own incompetence and failure to provide a decent life in Gaza.

One does not have to agree everything Hamas does to know that Israel is responsible for the terrible living conditions in Gaza. Israel, not Hamas has besieged that strip of land for 11 years. Israel, not Hamas, bombarded Gaza in 2011, and again in 2014, killing thousands of civilians, including many children, and deliberately destroying much housing and the civilian infrastructure. It’s Israel that has reduced Gaza to only four hours of electricity a day, and denies it essential food items and even clean drinking water.

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