Friday, February 17, 2012

Stop the International Banks and Corporations from Warring with Syria and Iran


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The enemy of my enemy is my friend.

I love the Iranian people. I feel for those in Syria.

International corporate owners and banksters want as many of the "mud people" dead as is possible. They make profit from war. Make populations take out loans for wars they don't want, and then pay back interest on loans to international organized crime. Why are we paying criminals to commit crimes?

Check out the video at the bottom of this post. I would work as a correspondent for Alex Jones, RT America, Al Jazeera, Iranian media, the James Corbett Report, Syrian media, a Chinese English Channel News start up, a Venezuelan English language news channel, or for just about any independent news outlet who would let me tell the truth as I see it with my digital still camera, video camera, and with my own eyes, reporting on what I hear with my ears, typing with all my fingers on my laptop.

I can put one of the college students who I know in front of my camera for some of the reporting. Looking to also get involved in more documentary projects as long with independent fictional film projects to help more open the eyes of the masses. If 70% of your wealth on average can be lost 1n divorce in rigged courts, presided over by a black robed tyrant in the US, maybe you should voluntarily support those who fight for you, who do so, more often than not, unpaid. Every little bit helps get the word out, independently.


International corporate owners and bankers are liars. So are their mouthpieces, CNN, MSNBC, Fox, etc. Do you wish to sell your soul, and be a slave, tortured, raped, ripped off, and murdered at the will of the world's elite?

I have passport, and would even go to Tehran, or just about anywhere, tomorrow, camera and laptop packed and ready to go.


-stevengerickson AT Yahoo Dot Com

http://thesrv.blogspot.com/

Steven G. Erickson
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Chossudovsky: Foreign Powers Behind Syria Unrest


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Uploaded by on Feb 14, 2012

A report recently released by DEBKAfile, an Israeli military intelligence website, which is believed to have close links to Israeli intelligence sources, has shown that the UK is providing logistical support to armed terrorist groups in Syria.

Press TV has conducted an interview with Michel Chossudovsky, the director of the Centre for Research on Globalization in Montreal, Canada, to further discuss the issue.

The video offers the opinions of two additional guests: Sukant Chandan, a filmmaker and political commentator in London and Hisham Safiedding from Al Akhbar, a Lebanese daily published in Beirut.

The following is a rough transcription of the interview.

Press TV: Doesn't this undermine the United Nations and its role, by the UK and Qatar, if this is true?

Chossudovsky: Well, I should disclose the fact that this news concerning British special forces is nothing new.

There's evidence of foreign interference in affairs of Syria, going back right to the beginning, when you know the... started in Dara'a, in southern Syria in March of 2011.

We know, that these armed groups, which were recognized in fact in the Arab League report, are all supported by foreign powers, and they are operatives of those foreign powers on the ground inside Syria.

We know that Turkey is involved, and we know that they are supporting those groups.

So in effect, what the report published by Debka, the intelligence news agency or related to the Israeli intelligence is suggesting is something we know already, that this insurrection, this armed insurrection, is supported by foreign powers.

And in fact, we have previous reports to the fact that both NATO and Turkey are not only recruiting fighters to go in, mercenaries, but they are also training them...

Press TV: If they had been on a patch in terms of interference, their assistance and arming, was going to the UN then only a face-saving show for the world?

Chossudovsky: Well, it's a face-saving show that had unexpected results. Because as you recall, the Arab League commissioned a mission to go into Syria, with a view of establishing the nature of this insurrection and the nature of the protest movement.

The assumption was that the Arab League would instruct its mission to toe the line of media disinformation and come up with a report saying, blaming the government for the civilian deaths, when in fact what they presented was a much more balanced report, where they said there is an armed entity, and that armed entity is committing crimes against the civilian population, killing people and involved in terrorists acts.

And consequently it's not an issue of blaming the Syrian authority, but one of acknowledging the existence of an armed insurrection.

And of course they didn't mention who was behind it, but it ties in with other reports that we have that this armed insurrection is supported by foreign forces.

I think that the issue of resolution between the government and the opposition is a red herring, because it can only proceed if these armed gangs are neutralized and that foreign forces withdraw from the country.

There is an opposition within Syria, but what is at stake, in this insurrection is not an opposition, these are mercenary forces. These are trained paramilitary, they are equipped with heavy machine guns and so on, but they're not protesters.

Originally aired on PressTV, February 10, 2012
http://www.presstv.ir/detail/225933.html



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a scene from the Minneapolis, Minnesota, NCMR Free Press Event, 2008

Steven G. Erickson questions Phil Donahue


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Uploaded by on Jul 12, 2008

I ask him a question about 20 seconds in.

The topics of discussion are Phil Donahue's Documentary, "Body of War":
http://starkravingviking.blogspot.com/2008/06/phil-donahues-documentary.html

Should Bush be arrested for being a war criminal and crimes against humanity?

What about Free Speech, a Free Press, the economy, and our youth not be unnecessarily harmed and killed?



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