Friday, September 20, 2013


The Mossad faction within the CIA and MI6 appears to be fighting the non-Mossad faction within the CIA and MI6.

Now fighting each other

(the author at the Telegraph is close to MI6)

Maltese Bar

Brian comments:

International law expert: Francis Boyle critiqued the UN report.

He says:

(1) The UN inspectors “admit they were under the control of the opposition.”

(2) “None of the 3 hair samples tested positive for sarin.”

(3)  There were very few bodies.

According to Boyle:

“Of 36 samples, the 2 labs together could not confirm even ONE use of chemical weapons by means of a urine test.”

Wrongfully Blaming Assad

Presidential Palace, Port au Prince, Haiti

brian comments:

In April, 13 Tunisian girls “were fooled” into travelling to Syria to offer their sexual services to rebels fighting to overthrow the Assad government.

The Al-Qaeda affiliate Ansar Shariah was using under-age girls to offer sexual services for jihadist male fighters.

Tunisian girls return home pregnant after 'sexual jihad' inSyria

Zimbabwe military

Libya is now ruined.

"Welcome to the new Libya, a country 'liberated' by NATO which now finds itself without the oil revenues which could make it rich, with no security, no stability and assassinations and corruption at unprecendented levels...

Look at ‘Liberated’ Libya and Despair

"Tripoli had no water or electricity for a whole week.

"The armed militias rule the streets...

"Now there isn't a single foreign businessman in Tripoli...

"A militia is in control of most of the oil fields and the export terminal; it has started to sell huge amounts of oil on the black market...

"The irony is that the same thing is happening now in Eastern Syria where the militia and local tribes are in control of the oil fields in Deir Al-Zour, refining the oil themselves by hand and selling it on illegally.

"The same thing is still happening in the south of Iraq...

"The assassination of politicians and journalists has become normal news in today's Libya...

Look at ‘Liberated’ Libya and Despair

East Berlin, East Germany


Name the countries where the 4 photographs were taken.

Prize for first correct answer: immortality.


shirlz007 said...

Malta, Haiti, Zimbabwe, East Germany.

shirlz007 said...

I was thinking Italy, somewhere, Chad/Niger and Germany... but then I discovered if you hover mouse over the picture, it gives gives you the details of the photographs and their locations... immortality is easy!

kenny said...

I cheated. Anyway, immortality is not all it's cracked up to be.

1. Malta

2. Haiti

3. Zimbabwe

4. East Berlin, East Germany

Anonymous said...

East Germ

Anon said...

You are all immortal!

- Aangirfan

Anonymous said...

Curse you Aang,

Late to the party and now I'm condemned to die.

Who knew that would be my lot? I'll just have to get used to it I guess. Never mind.

best etc. etc.

Anonymous said...

The Ghouta chemical attack: Kidnapped by Al Nusrah. Where are the Missing Children?

Anonymous said...

Revisiting “Red Lines.” Saving Syria from Chemical Weapons by “Punishing” With Chemical Weapons?

Anonymous said...

FBI Infiltrator in Anti-War Movement

Anonymous said...

Syria: Evidence Shows Insurgents Responsible for Gas Attack

Anonymous said...

“9/11 Conspiracy Theorists” Categorized as Terrorists: F.B.I. Calls Half of US Population with “9/11 Doubts” Potential Terrorists

Anonymous said...

re your opening statement about in-fighting: this is wisdom of the ages ie that we are eternally destroyed from within.

Peace xx

brian said...

it seems Mother Agnes is under attack by HRW as is the co author of the Mint press GHOUTA article:
this comment in pro-jihadi blog Brown moses
'Econdemocracy20 September 2013 14:13
Also, whether this is a 4th question or a followup on the 1st, the mind boggles why it should take almost a month - surely if after a few days or a week if MintPress were so utterly and completely inaccurate, Gavlak could have posted on her own twitter/G+/etc. Something doesn't smell right, and I'm not talking about MintPress here, there is already a character assassination campaign against others who spoke out, like Mother Agnes, a brave and courageous woman who has criticized both sides, including the Syrian government. But her pointing at suspicious things about
rebel claims and videos, now have her attacked viciously. Human Rights Watch emergencies director Peter Bouckaert has called this woman, Mother Agnes, an "Assad propagandist" That is outrageous. She has called the Syrian government "totalitarian." To call someone who has used that word about the government a "propagandist" is not only irresponsible, it is Orwellian. What they object to is that she has also called the rebels out as being, in far more cases than the admits, also totalitarian and even worse in brutality than the government:

brian said...

and this:
Sharmine Narwani
Infowarriors are trying to discredit the Mint Press article that has rebels in Ghouta blaming Saudis for bringing chemical weapons into the area. The AP correspondent Dale Gavlak who co-wrote the article is trying to distance herself from it (I hear, under pressure) and has issued a denial on this blog I link to.

But look at what Dale wrote to me on August 30, the day after the article was published: "Basically I helped Yahya Ababneh, who traveled to Gouta, to write what he saw and heard. He mainly met with rebels, of course, the father of one of the rebels killed and doctors treating victims in the area. He has traveled to Syria numerous times. As you know Mint Press News is more of an advocacy journalism site and it seems to be the most likely to publish such a piece." - This last part in response to my question to her asking why she didn't publish the article on AP
(from her FB page)

Anonymous said...

HRW is nothing but a CIA front organisation, as it showed in Libya.

Anonymous said...

"Tunisian girls return home pregnant after ‘sexual jihad’ in Syria"

The return of The Comfort Women.

Stephen Gash said...

Immortality is a dead loss.

brian said...

Official Statement On Dale Gavlak’s Involvement In Syria Exclusive
By Mint Press News Desk | September 21, 2013

from journalist Sharmine Narwani

Sharmine Narwani shared a link.
4 minutes ago
Mint Press News (MPN) finally breaks it's silence on the brouhaha over its Ghouta CW story and terse statements by Dale Gavlak distancing herself from MPN. Also interesting is this verified correspondence I received between a source connected with AP and an international journalist who knows Dale:

Source: "Dale was suspended over the article to Mint Press News."

Journo: "You're kidding me. AP suspended her? on what grounds exactly?"

Source: "Not kidding. On grounds that she's violated AP standards
And ethics of professional journalism."

Journo: "What standards are those exactly? She's a free lance writer, isn't she? Did she violate her contract in any way?"

Source: "They were so unfair. The problem is that MPN refused to remove her byline and the reference they made to the AP. They kept the article running on their web despite Dale's repeated appeals to remove the reference to the AP. The article took a full run in the football field pissing off the top AP people in New York."

Source: "Syrian TV read the article in several news bulletins. Saudi denied the story, which as you know went viral on all social networks. AP says she shouldn't have crammed the AP into this in the first place. Bottom line, they're afraid that Bandar will sue AP."

Journo: "How is Dale doing?"

Source: "She's hurt as you can imagine. She's been with AP for nearly 10 years and for one mistake she's fired."

Journo: "Dont tell me she regrets this as a 'mistake?'"

Source: She doesnt. She stands by the reporting of the Jordanian guy who gathered the info. But she depended on AP as one of the main sources of income."

The source also separately mentioned that AP is suing the Pentagon for spying on its employees and that may have caused some unusual sensitivity.

Sounds like Dale Gavlak just got screwed. She pushed a story she believed in, AP took umbrage at use of their name, MPN wouldn't budge.'

brian said...

My letter to FAIR: how credible is FAIR? why are they buckling on Dale Gavlak GHOUTA story?
September 22, 2013 at 10:54am
why has FAIR buckled on MINTPRESS Ghouta story?

'Without Gavlak's byline, and with the allegations of unprofessional behavior on the part of Mint Press News, there's little reason to take the Mint Pressstory seriously. We leave this post up for the historical record.'

which is not true at all: as saudis have been pressuring AP to pressure her

here is MINT Press statement

'Dale is under mounting pressure for writing this article by third parties. She notified MintPress editors and myself on August 30th and 31st via email and phone call, that third parties were placing immense amounts of pressure on her over the article and were threatening to end her career over it. She went on to tell us that she believes this third party was under pressure from the head of the Saudi Intelligence Prince Bandar himself, who is alleged in the article of supplying the rebels with chemical weapons.'

why is FAIR buckling?

whats now in doubt is FAIRS credibility

theier email is

brian said...

HRW and NYT(of WMD in iraq fame) attack Mother AGNES on syria:
What a f*cking smear job by the Grey Lady of Mother Agnes... A Nun Lends a Voice of Skepticism on the Use of Poison Gas by Syria

“The fact that the Russian government is relying on this woman’s assessment of what happened just shows the lack of evidence for their case,” said Lama Fakih, a Syria researcher for Human Rights Watch. “She is not a military expert.” {...}

“This led me to become a hippie,” she said with a grin.

She fell in with foreigners who came to Lebanon for the drugs — “Lebanese marijuana is the best in the world,” she said — and traveled to India and Tibet before returning to religion.

Wtf, over...?

note they cant attack her facts just her person:" HOW LOW can the NYT/HRW GO?

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