Selected Articles: “Moderate Rebels” and Child Refugees”. Dire Situation in the Middle East.

us-syria flagsCountdown to the Destruction in Syria? Timeline of US and Allied Interventions in Syria (1916-2016)

By Dana Visalli, February 22 2016

“I want to go on record as saying that this is the stupidest, most irresponsible action a diplomatic mission like ours could get itself involved in, and that we’ve started a series of these things that will never end.” Dean Hinton, US State Department official pertaining  to planned CIA coup against Syria in 1949.

JohnMcCain“Al Qaeda R Us”: John McCain’s “Moderate Rebels” in Syria are ISIS

By Patrick Henningsen, February 21 2016

Poor John McCain and Lindsey Graham, Washington’s original first couple. They only want to arm the moderate opposition’ in Syria. Three years on, how come their master plan isn’t working, while ISIS has grown so strong?

shutterstock_320357162-768x512Thousands of “Child Refugees” to Britain Deported to Afghanistan and Iraq. Report

By Maeve McClenaghan, February 22 2016

Thousands of young people who sought refuge in Britain as unaccompanied child asylum seekers have since been deported to war torn countries that are in part controlled by Islamic State, the Taliban or other repressive regimes, a Home Office minister has admitted.

Iraq-WMDIraq: US, UK Fabricated WMD Threat – Created the Reality

By Felicity Arbuthnot, February 22 2016

On 7th September 2002, speaking at a Press Conference flanked by Prime Minister, Tony “dodgy dossier” Blair, President George W. Bush stated that Saddam Hussein was just six months away from an Iraqi nuclear age. The timeline, said Bush, had come from the International Atomic Energy Agency Report issued that morning.

Sukhoi_Su-34_flight_display_at_2015_MAKS-300x200Why Russia is Serious about Fighting Terrorism and the US Isn’t. America Protects Al Qaeda and ISIS

By Maram Susli, February 21 2016

Russia in the few days it has been of fighting terrorism in Syria has achieved far more than the US coalition. According to the New York Times, Russia’s fighter jets are conducting nearly as many strikes in a typical day as the American-led coalition has been carrying out each month this year, a number which includes strikes conducted in Iraq – not just Syria.

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