ШТА ЋЕ НЕМИНОВНО ДА СЕ ДЕСИ СА ПРЕЗАДУЖЕНОМ СРБИЈОМ? О томе јe најбоље на примеру Аргентине, председник те
Against all odds, Al Fateh resists white and Arab supremacists ← The “rebels” attack Sirte on Sept. 19. The North
СИРИЈА: Ко стоји иза антивладиних демонстрација? Стварање лажних изговора за нову “хуманитарну” САД-НАТО интервенцију. / SIRIJA: Ko stoji iza anivladinih demonstracija u zemlji? Fabrikovanje lažnih izgovora za novu “humanitarnu” SAD-NATO intervenciju. / SYRIA: Who is Behind The Protest Movement? Fabricating a Pretext for a US-NATO “Humanitarian Intervention”
Moreover, in contrast to Egypt and Tunisia, in Syria there is considerable popular support for President Bashar Al Assad. The large rally in Damascus on March 29, “with tens of thousands of supporters” (Reuters) of President Al Assad is barely mentioned. Yet in an unusual twist, the images and video footage of several pro-government events were used in an utterly twisted fashion by the Western media to convince international public opinion that the President was being confronted by mass anti-government rallies.
Tens of thousands of Syrians gather for a pro-government rally at the central bank square in Damascus March 29, 2011. (Reuters Photo)”
Gen. Petraeus: “I will wage my third war in Pakistan” (after assuming charge of the miltarised CIA) The same global corporate media which fooled the world that there were “Weapons of Mass Destruction” in Saddam Hussein’s possession and that a handful… of Arabs “rammed planes into the WTC towers” are again trying to give false perceptions using disinformation especially to provoke the people of Pakistan.
A Fairy Story by David Icke
Now children, are you sitting comfortably? Then your government will begin. Once upon a time there were three little pigs and they all sprouted wings. One little pig did not have a birth certificate so they faked one very badly so he could say he was the Big Pig and live with his snout in a trough in his little, well, not so little, white house.
The US and NATO are supporting an armed insurrection in Eastern Libya, with a view to justifying a “humanitarian intervention”.
This is not a non-violent protest movement as in Egypt and Tunisia. Conditions in Libya are fundamentally different. The armed insurgency in Eastern Libya is directly supported by foreign powers. The insurrection in Benghazi immediately hoisted the red, black and green banner with the crescent and star: the flag of the monarchy of King Idris, which symbolized the rule of the former colonial powers.