US 'TWEET' TRIES TO DISTANCE ITSELF FROM 'ISLAMIC STATE' TERRORISTS TO PROVIDE FALSE PRETEXT TO BOMB SYRIAN CIVILIANS IN MAJOR CITIES (03.06.2015)
It is well known that the majority of western backed mercenary terrorists in Syria who come from foreign countries, have happily been traipsing across deserts in the Middle East under the watchful eye of US satellites and air 'power'.
Only the US & Tel Aviv would dare publish a NATO let's bomb civilians in major Syrian cities like Gaza scenario via a Twitter feed for goodness sakes.
The US 'tweet' (which is the source of the latest round of criminal NATO propaganda) does not represent what law abiding civilians, let alone those on a high court jury in Britain faced with facts and evidence, would conclude
NATO has not been able to seize major cities in Syria during the past four years, because the 'fog' of the NATO War on Syria has long ago cleared for any civilian living in Syria.
In legal terms it is impossible to change that all those using lethal weapons to try and illegally overthrow the Syrian government are borne of the same NATO cloth.
The sheer criminal lunacy that suggests the US military could attack the Syrian government air force so the US could try and take Aleppo by bombing Syrian civilians has no legal foundation at all.
"Col. Mohammed al-Ahmed, a spokesman for the main 'rebel' coalition in Aleppo, Jabha al-Shamiya, alleged a “bargain” was struck between the government and the Islamic State to sabotage rebel plans to seize Aleppo..." [as the 'Colonel' collected his paycheck from...NATO]
"...Neither American officials nor Syrian insurgents have provided proof of such direct coordination, though it has long been alleged by the insurgents. The State Department spokeswoman Marie Harf told reporters Tuesday that United States officials were looking into the claims [made in their own tweet] but had no independent confirmation..."
It is a matter of fact that civilian society's rule of law also exposes the NATO corporate State should be repealed all the way back to it's administrative core, which would save a very many civilian lives both at home and abroad.
“Assad propaganda and actions are seeking to make Islamic State the main opposition force,” argued Safadi, adding that the move is meant to create battles between various minority groups and Islamic State. This serves to slow the terrorist group’s progress and to present the battle as one against terrorism..."
The above quote is only an own goal for NATO because the only legitimate purpose is that of the Syrian government who are legally entitled to not only 'slow (but stop) the progress' of all the lethally armed 'Opposition' (who are mercenary NATO terrorists)
It is NATO propaganda that suggests Iran does not support the Syrian government, because everyone knows that the truth is the Iranian revolution threw out NATO and in a perfectly legal manner encourages everyone else to do likewise.
"Assad's 'cooperation' with ISIS could push U.S. into Syria conflict
Syrian regime's coordination with Islamic State against other rebel groups obligates Western, Arab coalition against ISIS to revise its current strategy of treating this fight as separate from the one against Assad.
The report Tuesday that Syrian President Bashar Assad is cooperating with Islamic State, which appeared on the Twitter feed of the American embassy in Damascus, should surprise nobody. This cooperation didn’t begin just now; the Syrian regime has long been buying cheap oil from the organization – pumped from Syrian oilfields that Islamic State now controls – and selling it to its citizens.
But the current cooperation is primarily military, in the battle against other rebel militias, especially the coalition known as Jaish al-Fatah (“The Army of Conquest”), which includes the Al-Qaida-linked Nusra Front.
In northern Aleppo Province, for instance, Islamic State (also known as ISIS or ISIL) is trying to gain control of major traffic arteries that link the other rebel groups in the area to Turkey – a vital logistical connection. This strategy is coordinated with the Assad regime, which is continuing its airstrikes on Aleppo. [President] Assad’s goals are to prevent Jaish al-Fatah and the Free Syrian Army from conquering the city of Aleppo and to sever their territorial link to Latakia Province, an Assad stronghold.
Nor is Aleppo the only place such cooperation is happening. Regime forces abandoned the city of Palmyra and allowed ISIS to take it over unopposed, and it appears they may do the same in the southern province of Daraa, leaving ISIS to fight the other rebel groups on their behalf. Salim Idris, defense minister in the rebels’ provisional government, said approximately 180 Syrian Army officers are currently serving with ISIS and coordinating the group’s military operations with the army.
This coordination obligates the Western and Arab coalition against ISIS to revise its current strategy of treating this fight as separate from the one against the Assad regime. This strategy holds that while ISIS should be fought militarily, the Syrian civil war must be resolved diplomatically.
Saudi Arabia, the Gulf States and Turkey have always argued that these two fights should be treated as a unified campaign. Egypt, which had previously argued that any solution in Syria required dialogue with Assad, recanted this week after its foreign minister visited Saudi Arabia, where the “correct” policy was apparently dictated to it.
This newly united Arab stance might force Washington to abandon its hesitations about direct military action in Syria. At the least, it might provide aerial defense for rebel forces, even without declaring a no-fly zone.
Such a change is likely to be pushed by the rebels, some of whom are currently completing training courses in Turkey and Jordan. Many graduates of these courses have reportedly refused a U.S. request that they commit to fighting only against ISIS, and not against Assad. And they aren’t willing to fight at all without an aerial umbrella. Turkey has backed this stance, saying this week that there’s no point in training fighters and sending them back to the field without aerial support.
Washington’s foot-dragging apparently stems from its hope that Iran will help negotiate a diplomatic solution to the Syrian civil war once it signs a nuclear deal with the West, which is slated to happen by the end of this month. This would allow America to refrain from direct involvement in the fight against Assad. Russia’s deputy foreign minister, Gennadiy Gatilov, hinted as much this week when he said he discerned willingness on Washington’s part to cooperate with Iran on a diplomatic process.
If Iran is really willing to abandon Assad, such a diplomatic process could be effective. True, Iranian President Hassan Rouhani said Tuesday that his country will support Assad “to the end,” but he didn’t specify what the end was.
Meanwhile, Tehran continues to be an active player on the Syrian battlefield. Alongside the many military advisers it has sent, it operates a militia in Syria under the command of the Iranian Revolutionary Guard. This militia is composed of thousands of Afghan refugees living in Iran. They are paid $500 a month, and their families receive permanent residency in Iran as a reward for their service.
Iran may also send additional forces, given the recent assessment by Ansar-e Hezbollah, another Iranian organization subordinate to the Revolutionary Guard, that it will be necessary to send more than 50,000 additional troops to save the Assad regime. This assessment attests not only to the Syrian Army’s weakness, but also to the high price Iran would have to pay to save it.
But Iran seems unlikely to be willing to engage in direct battle in an arena where its victory isn’t guaranteed. It would be more likely to decide to hasten Assad’s end – especially now that Russia, too, is showing signs of impatience with him."
What is criminal NATO propaganda is supposed to be a win/win ('victory') in terms of slaughtering any civilians who stand in the way of NATO illegally overthrowing the Syrian government.
In legal terms, the evidence remains 'journalists' are not just writing and publishing their column inches without definite instructions from the 'hidden hand'.
The lie may get bigger, but the truth that the NATO War on Syria is Genocide, which remains the greatest crime against humanity, remains the same.
from the plethora of monikers
"In a statement released on Wednesday by local activists and Syrian Turkmen National Movement Party, Turkmens said that Hammam Turkmen town and its villages are under constant ground attacks by the self-proclaimed Islamic State of Iraq and Sham (ISIS) and the outlawed PKK and its Syrian affiliate PYD, Assad regime or Coalition Forces' airstrikes, because of its strategic location..."
I don't think anyone believes that it has escaped some 'Turkmens' notice that the Turkish regime is a part of the NATO 'co-alition'
The plethora of monikers needed to keep the NATO propaganda flying is like something out of Joseph's 'Amazing' Technicolor 'Dream' cloak.
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