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‘Syrian rebels take responsibility for the chemical attack admitting the weapons were provided by Saudis’ – source – News – World – The Voice of Russia: News, Breaking news, Politics, Economics, Business, Russia, International current events, Expert opinion, podcasts, Video

'Syrian rebels take responsibility for the chemical attack admitting the weapons were provided by Saudis' – source – News – World – The Voice of Russia: News, Breaking news, Politics, Economics, Business, Russia, International current events, Expert opinion, podcasts, Video.


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UN Official, Syrian Rebels Used Sarin Nerve Gas, Not Assad’s Army | Live Trading News

UN Official, Syrian Rebels Used Sarin Nerve Gas, Not Assad’s Army

Posted by: : Paul EbelingPosted on: August 27, 2013UN Official, Syrian Rebels Used Sarin Nerve Gas, Not Assad’s ArmySubscribe to our newsletter

Testimony from victims now strongly suggests it was the rebels, not the Syrian government, that used Sarin Nerve Gas during a recent incident in the revolution-wracked nation, a senior UN diplomat said Monday.

Carla del Ponte, a member of the UN Independent International Commission of Inquiry on Syria, told Swiss TV there were “strong, concrete suspicions but not yet incontrovertible proof,” that rebels seeking to oust Syrian President Bashar al-Assad had used the nerve agent.

But she said her panel had not yet seen any evidence of Syrian government forces using chemical weapons (CW), according to the BBC, she added that more investigation was needed.

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http://www.livetradingnews.com/un-official-syrian-rebels-used-sarin-nerve-gas-assads-army-6636.htm )

As always please keep praying for all those affected and for peace. War is unsafe for everyone but especially children and elderly people.

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US Indicts Itself in Anti-Syrian Chemical Plot

US Indicts Itself in Anti-Syrian Chemical Plot.

We were right again – US is using its prestaged chemical weapons ‘red line’ to launch a Syrian attack with no evidence

 

“Deep within every one of us lies a natural understanding of good and evil. That is why one man can tell the truth convincingly…but it takes the entire apparatus of the state to peddle a lie, and propagate that lie to new generations.”…Gandhi

 

… by Jim W. Dean, VT Editor       with Press TV

US implicates itself in anti-Syria chemical plot

–  First published on 08-24-13 –

 The new ‘field artillery’I watched with utter astonishment how quickly the West and the Obama regime moved to put wind into the sails of the totally bogus claims of the Syrian army using nerve gas on its own people in the Damascus suburbs when the effectiveness of its traditional counter insurgency operations have been on display for months now.I don’t know a soul that believes they would do this.That the Syrian National Coalition would attempt this Hail Mary pass to trigger a ‘red line’ incident to bring in the Western cavalry (can we say USA?) to save them has been expected by the independent intelligence community. And yes, the photos of lot of dead kids came as no surprise. Killing kids also is a Zionist specialty as they have had a lot of experience at it.The West has been supporting this reign of terror on the Syrian people for some time now through its admitted aiding and abetting the arming, training and supplying of a diverse array of cut throat criminal insurgent groups recruited from the hovels of North Africa and the Mid East.Their Persian Gulf State proxies have provided only a thin veil of cover for the introduction of the Neo-Al Qaeda groups who are perpetrating a daily slow motion 9/11 upon the people of Northern Syria. Have those who have supported these terrorists been denounced by the US, the UN, or NATO? Hell no…they have not. Their inaction has been a crime in and of itself.Wesley ClarkAnd the reason would be that the Persian Gulf proxies might then get angry and go public with the revelation that everything they have been doing was with the full knowledge and approval of their Western partners.These are now the people seemingly so concerned about these recently mass murdered innocent people.But I see no rage in their hearts for the deaths they are responsible for via the al-Nusra Takfiri throat cutters.In 2006 General Wesley Clark once touched on this situational ethics tactic with his famous quote on the Iraq war:“They [the government] actually believe that the major obstacle to success in Iraq is the American people…that we are the obstacle to success. If they can keep us from knowing the truth, they think they can win!”

Please click the link at the top of this post to read the full article on Veterans Today. This is only an intro/ excerpt not the entire article.


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My School of Art is the Miracle of Nature Within Me

Thank you, Tania! This lightened my heart and hel ped me return to center after all the Syria stuff.

Tania Marie

sunset27I’ve been immersed in creative energy right now, reaching deep from the source of that power to bring forth many inspired creations. I am in process of birthing 13 new Crystal Illuminations sacred paintings, along with some other channelings, in record time. My surges go in flows and so I ride each wave when they arise and then glide to shore to ground into what is in the air next, until another surge emerges.

Yesterday, I was in quite the flow and along with the scorching heat here, it was quite a powerful emission of energy in my room that was firing things up. I had plans to take a beach walk with a girlfriend of mine in the day, but my intuition said to remain in sunset17the flow and if that flow came to closure in time later, a sunset walk felt much more in alignment.

Well, my…

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The Oracle Report Saturday, August 31, 2013

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Third Moon Phase: re-alignment, revision, re-orientation

Moon: Cancer

Ruling Mahavidya: Bhairavi

I will post daily reports this weekend, instead of one post for both days. Things are happening quickly and wise owls are called upon to remain firmly grounded while simultaneously squeezing some joy out of life.

But the squeeze is also on us, with a strong wave of energy to throw us into depression, hopelessness, fear, doubt, and self-loathing. It’s easy to tip this way under current astrological aspects. There is much confusion being crafted to shroud events.

Today is Bhairavi’s final effort to fortify our hearts toward brave and call up our inner hero. Let her do her work. Focus on re-aligning, revising, revisioning, and reorienting. This works best when we assume responsibility for our actions and then let it go.

The Sabian symbol for the position of the Sun today is “an expressionist painter making a futuristic drawing.” It speaks to the power to project plans into the future. The Sun is amping up the power of our minds, so let’s focus on our highest desire.

(Note for astrologers: Forces opposed to the collective of humanity are pivoting off the Black Moon-Pluto energy with the Sun in trine to Pluto; the Sun sextile the Black Moon, Saturn, and the South Node; the Sun trine the North Node; and the Sun opposing Chiron. They are working with this current energy to empower their imprint from the Black Moon- Pluto opposition last Thursday. This is the energy they will use to further war.)

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Gaia Higher Vibrationals Currently Call for Hue-manity Collaboration…

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gaia_energy1Gaia Higher Vibrationals currently call for Hue-manity Collaboration in refinement of grid points connections along all channels of resistance. Such channels of resistance have served their function and are resisting change in paradigm.

Collaboration of Hue-manity will refine and align such resistance channels with Ascension protocols now in place.

Understanding of this message occurs from Higher Levels only.

3D-4D analysis will fail to give such.

As Higher Guidance is followed, understanding follows.

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11 Reasons Why We Should Not Attack Syria by Sarah van Gelder — YES! Magazine

11 Reasons Why We Should Not Attack Syria

Remember the last time we were told military strikes were needed because a Middle Eastern despot had used weapons of mass destruction?

by Sarah van Gelder

Photo by Patrick Nicholson Caritas Internationalis / CAFOD.
Syrian children photographed in June 2013 in a refugee camp in Lebanon. Photo byPatrick Nicholson Caritas Internationalis / CAFOD / Flickr.

As U.S. political and media leaders prepare for military strikes against Syria, the parallels to the lead-up to the war with Iraq should give us pause. Weapons of mass destruction, we are told, are being used by a cruel Middle Eastern despot against his own people. A military strike is inevitable, media voices say; we must respond with missiles and bombs. The arguments sound all too familiar.

U.S. intervention would play into the hands of the Syrian regime, triggering an outpouring of nationalist support for Damascus.

Meanwhile, weapons inspectors from the United Nations are on the groundinvestigating evidence of chemical weapons. But U.S. and European leaders are looking at an immediate strike anyway—although Britain’s Labor Party, still smarting from popular opposition to its leading role in the invasion of Iraq, has successfully pressed for a hold on military action until the results of the U.N. investigation are in.

There are a great many differences between circumstances in Syria and Iraq, of course. Nonetheless, critics warn that, much as it did in Iraq, a military incursion here could have disastrous consequences. Here are 11 reasons the United States should stay clear of military action:

1. We don’t actually know who is behind the chemical weapons attack. An attack employing chemical weapons took place in the suburbs of Damascus on August 21 and killed 355 people,according to Doctors Without Borders . Obama administration officials say the attack was carried out by the Syrian regime, but Institute for Policy Studies analyst Phyllis Bennispoints out we haven’t actually been given evidence that this is the case. And, while it’s unlikely that the opposition was behind the attack, NPR has pointed outthat the rebels have an incentive to use such weapons to trigger outside intervention and end the stalemate they’ve been stuck in since late 2011.

2. A military strike would be illegal under the U.S. Constitution and the War Powers Resolution. U.S. military attacks can only be carried out by an act of Congress, unless there is national emergency created by a direct attack upon the United States. The fact that Congress has adjourned doesn’t change that. “There is no provision in the Constitution or the War Powers Resolution for a ‘recess war,'”says Robert Naiman, writer for Just Foreign Policy. If it was a true emergency, Congress could be called into session to pass a declaration of war.

3. It would violate international law, too.Syria has not attacked the United States, and there is no U.N. Security Council authorization for a strike on Syria. It wouldn’t be the first time the United States has violated international law, but doing it again adds to a damaging precedent and contributes to a lawless world.

4. The American people oppose it.Sixty percent of Americans oppose intervention in Syria, according to a recent Reuters poll. Just nine percent support intervention. Even if the use of chemical weapons is proven, just 25 percent of Americans would support intervention.

5. Violence begets violence. According to Stephen Zunes, chair of Middle Eastern Studies at the University of San Francisco, military interventions actually worsen and lengthen violence in the short term. “Countries whose dictatorships are overthrown by armed groups … are far more likely to turn into new dictatorships, often accompanied by ongoing violence and factionalism,” Zunes says in an article inForeign Policy in Focus. In the long term, he writes, interventions only reduce violence if they are impartial, which would certainly not be the case in any upcoming conflict in Syria.

6. Foreign intervention will deepen nationalist support for the Syrian Baath Party and the Assad regime. Zunesalso reports that hundreds of members of the Syrian Baath Party, a key source of support for Assad, have left the party in outrage over the regime’s killing of nonviolent protesters. But, he says, “few defections could be expected if foreigners suddenly attacked the country.” U.S. intervention would play into the hands of the Syrian regime, triggering an outpouring of nationalist support for Damascus. The same thing happened in 1983-84 followingU.S. Navy air attackson Syrian positions in Lebanon, he says, and in 2008 after U.S. army commando raids in eastern Syria.

Syria has become a venue for a war between the United States and Russia, and between Iran and an allied U.S. and Israel.

7. There are no logical targets.Bombing stockpiles of chemical weapons would be untenable, since many would release poison gases into densely populated neighborhoods, according to Zunes. And there are too many ways of delivering chemical weapons—planes, missiles, mortars, and so on—to eliminate all of them.

8. It will be impossible to control who benefits from Western interventionamong the rebels.The Pentagon estimates that there are between 800 and 1,200 rebel groups currently active in Syria, according toUSA Today. Among them are ones with avowed affiliations with Al Qaeda, Jabhat al-Nusra, and other groups the United States considers to be terrorists. While the House Intelligence Committee has said it’s ready to accept the risk of providing weapons to such groups, a look at the Iraq and Afghanistan shows how such plans can easily unravel.

9. Civilians will be killed and maimed.Policy analyst Phyllis Bennis points out the obvious: Strike with bombs and missiles, and, whatever your intent, civilians with no involvement in the conflict—including children and the elderly—will be harmed.

10. There is no apparent exit strategy. Once we are involved, it is unclear how we will extract ourselves from a massive, ugly civil conflict that could spread to involve nearby countries such as Lebanon, Israel, and Iran.

11. Yes, there is a better way. Tried, true, and boring though it may be, diplomacy often works. As Bennis toldDemocracy Now! this week, Syria has become a venue for a war between the United States and Russia, and between Iran and an allied United States and Israel.

What’s needed, she says, are peace talks involving not only the parties who are fighting, but their backers as well. We need “all the forces on the two sides coming together to talk,” she says, “rather than fighting to the last Syrian child, to resolve these wars.”

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Sentient Weeds

I love this post:-) I thought I was the only one conversing with my garden.

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They say a weed is any plant growing where you don’t want it to grow. Sometimes even pretty, edible, medicinal, and/or intentionally placed plants outgrow their initial welcome. Or they try to take over the entire yard. I thought I’d share part of an ongoing exchange with a local gardening friend of mine who just returned after a month vacation. She had asked about canning supplies, and I just had my very first canning experience this past weekend.

Me:I made Lavender-Infused Dandelion Preserves with birch sweetener. Um….yum! Unfortunately, it was so very tedious to remove the dandelion bracts that I didn’t get to double or triple the recipe as planned. I still wasn’t even done de-bracting my frozen flowers when [my canning partner] arrived, on a time schedule. Sooo… that will be something I make again, probably next Spring when the dandelion flowers are nice and plump. Might as…

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