The former French foreign minister confirms the British, along with Israel always wanted war with Syria, all along and he said no.


"Former French Foreign Minister Roland Dumas said that Britain had been preparing gunmen to invade Syria two years before the crisis there flared up in 2011.

During a TV show, Dumas said ''I was in Britain two years ago, and I met British officials, some my friends…they admitted that they were up to something in Syria.''

''They even asked me to join them in my capacity as a foreign minister, but I declined,'' he added.

He indicated that the plan of striking Syria had been prepared in advance long before the 2011 events, adding that the goal was to overthrow the Syrian government that considers Israel an enemy.

The TV show was dedicated to discussing the war in Syria.

French magazine: 'Jihadists' involvement in Syria much bigger than Afghanistan

The French magazine "Le Nouvel Observateur" quoted a senior French official as saying that the participation of French Jihadists in Syria is bigger that their involvement in Afghanistan war.

The French magazine said that the French intelligence verified the identities of 270 French nationals who are fighting in Syria, indicating that their return has become a major concern for the French interior ministry.

The magazine said that the number of European 'Jihadists' fighting in Syria ranges between 1,500 and 2,000, in addition to hundreds of Tunisians."

"Roland Dumas : les Anglais préparaient la guerre en Syrie deux ans avant les manifestations en 2011

Nouvelles de France, 14 Juin 2013

« J’ai été il y a deux avant, à peu près, avant que les hostilités commencent en Syrie, je me trouvais en Angleterre par hasard (…) J’ai rencontré des responsables anglais et quelques -uns qui sont mes amis m’ont avoué, en me sollicitant, qu’il se préparait quelque chose en Syrie. L’Angleterre préparait l’invasion des rebelles en Syrie. Et on m’a même demandé à moi, sous prétexte que j’étais ancien ministre des affaires étrangères, si je participerais comme ça à cette…j’ai évidemment dit le contraire, je suis Français, ça ne m’intéresse pas. C’est pour dire que cette opération vient de très loin, elle a été préparée, conçue, organisée (…) dans le but très simple de destituer le gouvernement syrien, car dans la région il est important de savoir que ce régime syrien a des propos anti-israélien et que par conséquent tout ce qui bouge dans la région autour…Moi j’ai la confidence du premier ministre israélien (…) qui m’avait dit : on essaiera de s’entendre avec le premier ministre et avec les Etats autour et ceux qui ne s’entendront pas on les abattra. C’est une politique. C’est une conception de l’histoire, pourquoi pas après tout, mais il faut le savoir. »




Meanwhile in Turkey, the puppet Erdogan is back on form, spinning Western lies over the Syrian government using chemical weapons.

The same Erdogan that has no respect for the right to campaign and no compunction about using rubber bullets and tear gas to maim or murder and terrorise, those in Turkey who disagree with him, over ...anything.

Turkish daily: Turkey urges stronger stance against Syria after US accusations of chemical weapon use

propaganda alert

compiled by Cem Ertür

14 June 2013

excerpt from:  Turkey urges stronger stance against Syria after US accusations of chemical weapon use

Hurriyet Daily News, 14 June 2013

Turkey says a U.S. announcement that it has conclusive evidence the Syrian regime used chemical weapons against opposition forces corroborates its own findings and is urging the international community to take a decisive stance against the regime's "atrocity." A Turkish Foreign Ministry statement released Friday calls on the international community to "unite and openly manifest its stance" against Syrian President Bashar Assad. It stated the regime's attacks must be halted and a "democratic transition process" must start in Syria.

Asked about the U.S. assertions, Turkish President Abdullah Gül said:

“These are very serious assessments. Using chemical weapons is like a small nuclear weapon. The dimension of this is very dangerous. We know what has been experienced in Halabja [in 1988]. I am sure all diplomats and analysts are evaluating these claims. If this finding has been proved precisely, then it is certain that all things will enter another phase.”

Turkey has said preliminary tests on some injured Syrians indicated that chemical weapons had been used.

(*)  Hurriyet Daily News is the English-language edition of the Turkish newspaper Hurriyet

excerpt from:  Syrian rebels to meet West ahead of key G-8 summit

by Sevim Songun Demirezen, Hurriyet Daily News, 14 June 2013

The Syrian rebels will ask Western countries for weapons, a no fly zone, and to push Russia to remove Iranian and Hezbollah fighters inside Syria, at a meeting to be held in Istanbul at the weekend. The meeting will come ahead of next week’s G-8 meeting, where the Syrian crisis will top the agenda. Western officials will meet the commander of the Syrian armed opposition Free Syrian Army (FSA), Salim Idris, on June 15 in Turkey to discuss new aid, diplomats said.


excerpts from:  Mossad director meets Turkish intelligence chief by Eva Tapiero, Jerusalem Post, 13 June 2013

Mossad director Tamir Pardo met secretly with the Turkish National Intelligence Organization's head, Hakan Fidan, this week in Ankara and discussed matters related to Syria and Iran, the Istanbul-based newspaper Hürriyet reported on Wednesday. [...]  Fidan and Pardo shared information about the situation in Syria as well as the influence of Iran in the country. It was further reported that sources claimed to have information that Iranian Revolutionary Guards and Syrian intelligence are working against Turkey. The two men also discussed intelligence sharing between their countries.


excerpt from:   Assad massacres worse than his father's, Turkey PM says

AFP, 4 June 2013

"Assad has surpassed his father in crimes and massacres, and it is not possible to forgive that. He will have to pay the price sooner or later," [Turkey's Prime Minister] Erdogan said during a speech in to the parliament in Algeria, which he is visiting on a four-day tour of North Africa.


excerpt from:  Drive East: NATO Shifts Command From Spain To Turkey

Stop NATO, 14 June 2013

On Thursday, 13 June 2013, Headquarters Allied Force Command Madrid (HQ FC MD) held a ceremony to mark its deactivation. This deactivation is a part of a major reform process in NATO’s Command Structure to make it more efficient, flexible, and responsive. Responsibility for the readiness and support of Land Operations will transfer to Allied Land Command in Izmir, Turkey.


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by Cem Ertür, Global Research, 29 May 2013