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Helping terrorists: Israeli military shot down Syrian warplane over Golan Heights

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Protesters mark the anniversary of the 1982 uprising that some locals refer to as "the Intifada of the people of the Golan Heights" or the Golan Intifada
Israel's military said it shot down a Syrian warplane over the Golan Heights on Tuesday, in the first such incident in three decades.

"It was a Russian-made Sukhoi," a military spokesman said.

Israeli military sources said the plane apparently crossed by accident into Israeli-controlled airspace over the Golan Heights - where fighting from Syria's civil war has spilled over occasionally - and was not on a mission to attack Israeli targets.

Comment: The Golan Heights is not Israeli territory.
Internationally recognized as Syrian territory, the Golan Heights has been occupied and administered by Israel since 1967
Israel is also in violation of the UN Resolution 497 which states: "the Israeli decision to impose its laws, jurisdiction and administration in the occupied Syrian Golan Heights is null and void and without international legal effect."

Israel is using Golan Heights as a buffer zone to support anti-government terrorists.
Israel has been the more discreet of the two, but it has sent the Mossad into Syria and built facilities in the Golan Heights to aid the insurgency.
They had no right whatsoever to shoot down the plane, especially since the plane was carrying out attacks against terrorists, and since military sources themselves claim that there was no threat to Israel.

Reuters twists reality by calling this a civil war. It's not a civil war. These are terrorists backed by US and their allies fighting a democratically elected government and their people.

See also: The Israeli occupation the world forgot: the Golan Heights

The aircraft was intercepted by a U.S.-manufactured Patriot missile, the spokesman said.

Israel Radio said the warplane was apparently carrying out a mission against Syrian rebels battling the forces of President Bashar al-Assad. Israel's military said it shot down a Syrian drone over the Golan Heights on Aug. 31.

Comment: Israel is helping the terrorists that they along with US, Turkey, Saudi Arabia, Qatar and others helped train, fund and arm to destabilize Syria.

Reuters again tries to deceive the readers by referring to these mercenaries/death squads as rebels.

Comment: This is not the first time that Israel is providing aid to terrorists, see:

Israel is Fighting a Regional War in Syria


US starts bombing Syria - Real target is Assad

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Late Monday evening, September 22, the United States began the first of its airstrikes inside Syria.

Although details are still murky about where the attacks took place and what targets were actually hit, the Pentagon has acknowledged responsibility for the bombings.

According to USA Today, Rear Admiral John Kirby stated that "I can confirm that U.S. military and partner nation forces are undertaking military action against ISIL terrorists in Syria using a mix of fighter, bomber and Tomahawk Land Attack Missiles. Given that these operations are ongoing, we are not in a position to provide additional details at this time."

USA Today reports that the strikes were carried out both by bomber jets and by ships firing cruise missiles. It is said that the strikes have hit about 20 ISIS targets, including what is being called "headquarters buildings" for "militants who have based their movement in Syria."

The attacks were not carried out with the coordination and cooperation of the Syrian government. Nor were they carried out with Syrian government permission.

While Syria has already stated that any airstrikes conducted over Syrian airspace would be considered an act of war and that Syria might very well shoot down any American planes conducting those strikes, it is as of yet unclear as to how the Syrian government will respond.

Mikhail Khodorkovsky breaks political silence, saying he would lead Russia (like a mafia don)

Mikhail Khodorkovsky
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Mikhail Khodorkovsky hopes to unite pro-European Russians against Vladimir Putin.
The former oil tycoon and adversary of president Vladimir Putin has launched a pro-European political platform from exile

The former tycoon Mikhail Khodorkovsky, who spent a decade in jail after challenging the Kremlin, says he would be ready to lead Russia if called upon.

Khodorkovsky's statement, at the launch of an online movement called Open Russia, appears to break his promise to steer clear of politics, which he made after being pardoned by president Vladimir Putin in December.

"I would not be interested in the idea of becoming president of Russia at a time when the country would be developing normally," he was quoted as saying by Le Monde newspaper.

Comment: Of course not. Psychopaths crave the opportunities created by chaotic situations. Khodorkovsky made his billions in the aftermath of the economic mess created by the fall of the Soviet Union.

"But if it appeared necessary to overcome the crisis and to carry out constitutional reform, the essence of which would be to redistribute presidential powers in favour of the judiciary, parliament and civil society, then I would be ready to take on this part of the task."

Open Russia is intended to unite pro-European Russians in a bid to challenge Putin's grip on power.

"A minority will be influential if it is organised," Khodorkovsky said during a ceremony broadcast online from Paris.

Khodorkovsky and his allies said political change could come quickly and insisted the time had come to think of Russia's future after Putin.

He stressed that his project - named after his charity that was shut down after his imprisonment - would be an online "platform" for like-minded people, not a political party.

But he did not anticipate Putin would approve.

Comment: Some background on the criminal Khodorkovsky:
  • The Rise and Fall of the Russian Oligarchs: How Putin neutralized the despoilers of Russia
  • Khodorkovsky created the myth that he is Putin's political opponent AFTER he was sent to prison for being a corporate thief
  • Psychopathic criminal and former oligarch Khodorkovsky wants to lead Russia's opposition movement against Putin leadership
And yet Putin did this:
  • Recently freed from prison, Khodorkovsky seeks residency in Switzerland


Hypocrisy: While sanctions leveled against Russia, US sponsoring of ISIS and Syrian rebels is conveniently overlooked

ship to syrian rebels
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As the US and Europe prepare another round of sanctions against Russia over the ongoing Ukrainian conflict, the third round of such sanctions since the conflict began shortly after the Euromaidan unrest resulted in the installation of a NATO-backed regime in Kiev, a curious and inexplicable oversight appears to have been made.

While wild accusations have been leveled against Russia over its involvement over the violence in Ukraine, claims ranging from covert support up to and including unsubstantiated claims of a "full scale invasion," prominent media organizations across the Western world have for years reported a flow of cash, weapons, equipment and fighters from America's allies in the Persian Gulf as well as from nations like NATO member Turkey, and into the conflict raging within Syria's borders.

While baseless claims leveled against Russia have served as ample justification for the West to continue leveling sanctions against Moscow, no sanctions have as of yet been leveled against the overt sponsors of militancy and, in fact, terrorism in Syria. So widespread has state-sponsored terrorism become in the Middle East that what began as a limited proxy war against Syria has transformed into an immense regional army with tens of thousands of paid soldiers requiring millions of dollars a day to operate across multiple borders and confounding the forces of Iraq, Syria, and Lebanon combined.

Comment: See also:

ISIS: The creation of Saudi money and ideology in conjunction with Obama's foreign policy
Ten signs ISIS is a scripted psyop

Heart - Black

Obamacare designer says society would be better off if people died at age 75

Ezekiel J. Emanuel
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Ezekiel J. Emanuel at his desk at the University of Pennsylvania. “I think this manic desperation to endlessly extend life is misguided and potentially destructive.”
Dr. Ezekiel Emanuel, brother of Rahm Emanuel, says that society would be far better off if people quit trying to live past age 75. His new article entitled "Why I Hope To Die At 75" has the following very creepy subtitle: "An argument that society and families - and you - will be better off if nature takes its course swiftly and promptly". In the article, Emanuel forcefully argues that the quality of life for most people is significantly diminished past the age of 75 and that once we get to that age we should refuse any more medical care that will extend our lifespans.

This is quite chilling to read, considering the fact that this is coming from one of the key architects of Obamacare. Of course he never uses the term "death panels" in his article, but that is obviously what Emanuel would want in a perfect world. To Emanuel, it is inefficient to waste medical resources on those that do not have a high "quality of life". So he says that "75 is a pretty good age to aim to stop".
Gold Bar

Russia and China's accumulation of gold is a big reason why they are the West's enemy

The suppression of gold prices is essential at all costs to the Anglo-American banking interests. The saber rattling and attempts to lure Russia and China into military conflict are about who controls the financial world.

Russia and China keep accumulating the eternal currency - gold. The American Empire and their EU disciples continue to accumulate debt and print fiat currencies. Has fiat paper ever won out over gold in the long-run? Change is coming. Revolution is in the air. You can sense the desperation of the ruling oligarchs. Their fiat world is beginning to crumble. But they will not go without a bloody fight.

Scottish independence vote was rigged far in advance - City would never have allowed it

The United Kingdom Could Not Lose Scotland - The City Of London Would NOT Allow It

The pre-vote polls were very close to 51% NO to 49% YES right up until the day of the vote. These poll numbers could not have legitimately changed to a 55% NO to 45% YES overnight.

Couldn't happen. Wouldn't happen. Didn't happen. Clearly, the Scottish Independence voting process was rigged just as the electoral apparatus was tampered with.


Simply put, such a defection from the British camp by Scotland would have not only broken up the United Kingdom - the financial kingpin in the New World Order - it would have severely impacted the entire British Commonwealth.

There is no question it would have given rise to a revolutionary fervor among many other nations in the Commonwealth to leave the UK orbit.

However, the worst 'consequences' of a "YES" vote would have been born by the European Union. Not only would it send a very loud and empowering message to the many EU member states who are only members because of an unwillingness by their respective governments to offer similar referendums, the UK's standing and influence would have been forever altered and greatly diminished in Brussels.
The UK, where it concerns its relationship with the European Union, is very odd in the first place. As the banking capital of the world, the City of London dictates many of the extremely oppressive terms of various financing arrangements and loan guarantees that are extended throughout the community of nations. Their very quiet and often hidden power over the economic and financial activities of the EU are much greater than their lack of full membership would indicate. This is by design.

Kremlin: Russia working to improve cyber security due to 'unpredictable nature of the West'

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Media reports that Russia is considering disconnecting from the global internet are false, Dmitry Peskov, presidential press-secretary, said. But the country is working to improve cyber security due to the unpredictable behavior of the West, he added.

"Russia's disconnection from the global internet is of course out of the question," Peskov told the Interfax news agency, adding that such a possibility has never been considered.

However, he stressed that "recently, a fair share of unpredictability is present in the actions of our partners both in the US and the EU, and we [Russia] must be prepared for any turn of events."

"We all know who the chief administrator of the global internet is. And due to its volatility, we have to think about how to ensure our national security," Vladimir Putin's press-secretary said.

When asked if Russia is developing the means to improve its cyber security, Peskov replied by saying: "We're working on such measures, they are being looked at."

It's not about disconnecting Russia from the World Wide Web, but about "protecting it from possible external influence," he concluded.

Russia's communications minister, Nikolay Nikiforov, also denied claims that the authorities are thinking about cutting ties with the global internet.

China-Iran alliance? Chinese destroyer visits Iranian port amid talk of strengthening ties

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People take pictures of "Changchun" destroyer from the 17th Chinese escort naval fleet in southern port of Bandar Abbas, Iran, on Sept 20, 2014.
A Chinese flotilla docked in an Iranian port for the first time on Saturday as both China and Iran pledged to strengthen naval ties.

The Chinese missile destroyer Changchun and missile frigate Changzhou were guided by Iran's frigate Alvand to the southern Iranian port city of Bandar Abbas, the PLA Daily reported.

The two Chinese warships are part of the 17th Chinese escort naval fleet, which just finished its mission in the Gulf of Aden and the waters off Somalia.

The Chinese flotilla came here for peace, and to strengthen understanding and naval exchanges, Huang Xinjian, commander of the fleet, said upon arrival.

Amir Hossein Azad, the commander of Iran's First Naval Zone, said: "The voyage of the Chinese army's fleet of warships for the first time in Persian Gulf waters is aimed at a joint preparation of Iran and China for establishing peace, stability, tranquility and multilateral and mutual cooperation," according to Iran's FARS News Agency.

During the five-day stay, Huang is scheduled to meet officials from the Iranian navy and Hormozgan province. Bandar Abbas is the capital of the province.

Both sides will also hold a series of activities, including deck receptions, open-house events on the warships, and sport activities such as soccer and pingpong.

U.S. military plays up role of Zarqawi

Comment: The following piece, published in 2006, reveals that the U.S. was running a massive PSYOP using the founder of "al-Qaeda in Iraq", Abu Musab al-Zarqawi, who coincidentally fought for the CIA/mujahideen in Afghanistan, where he later spent time with current head of ISIL/ISIS/IS Abu Bakr Al-Baghdadi.

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America's most wanted … Abu Musab al-Zarqawi taunts George Bush in the 34-minute video.
The U.S. military is conducting a propaganda campaign to magnify the role of the leader of al-Qaeda in Iraq, according to internal military documents and officers familiar with the program. The effort has raised his profile in a way that some military intelligence officials believe may have overstated his importance and helped the Bush administration tie the war to the organization responsible for the Sept. 11, 2001, attacks.

The documents state that the U.S. campaign aims to turn Iraqis against Abu Musab al-Zarqawi, a Jordanian, by playing on their perceived dislike of foreigners. U.S. authorities claim some success with that effort, noting that some tribal Iraqi insurgents have attacked Zarqawi loyalists.

For the past two years, U.S. military leaders have been using Iraqi media and other outlets in Baghdad to publicize Zarqawi's role in the insurgency. The documents explicitly list the "U.S. Home Audience" as one of the targets of a broader propaganda campaign.

Some senior intelligence officers believe Zarqawi's role may have been overemphasized by the propaganda campaign, which has included leaflets, radio and television broadcasts, Internet postings and at least one leak to an American journalist. Although Zarqawi and other foreign insurgents in Iraq have conducted deadly bombing attacks, they remain "a very small part of the actual numbers," Col. Derek Harvey, who served as a military intelligence officer in Iraq and then was one of the top officers handling Iraq intelligence issues on the staff of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, told an Army meeting at Fort Leavenworth, Kan., last summer.

Comment: Just 2 weeks after this article was posted, conveniently Zarqawi 'reappeared'. Obviously, that PSYOP hadn't ended. Any bets on Zarqawi's bunk buddy Baghdadi also being a PSYOP creation, refurbished and re-purposed for the new war on ISIS?