Joel Skousen: US/NATO Attack on Syrian Internet and Phones — "Syria knows all too well that the US is looking for an excuse to invade. They’re not going to give them the excuse, so it has to be manufactured. … This has nothing to do with peace or democracy."

We’re involved in yet another war crime. This is a manufactured crisis because Syria has to be taken out so Syria can’t retaliate when Iran is invaded.
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World Affairs Brief, December 7, 2012 Commentary and Insights on a Troubled World. Copyright Joel Skousen. Partial quotations with attribution permitted. Cite source as Joel Skousen’s World Affairs Brief (
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The Sleuth Journal had this interesting take on the recent takedown of Syria’s Internet and phone system. “It’s not that Syria’s government didn’t prepare for war. They perhaps, simply prepared for the wrong kind of war.
“This week when sweeping outages in Syria’s communication networks were reported, the Western media immediately accused the Syrian government of being behind the move. However, it should be noted that NATO-backed terrorists operating inside of Syria have been openly given advanced communication equipment (also here and here) by Western nations, including the United States, allowing militants to create their own, independent communication networks. This includes radio, satellite, and cell networks, as well as the under-reported existence of ‘suitcase Internet’ (also here and here).
“The reason a communications blackout in Syria would not affect NATO’s primary proxy forces is because any node or bottleneck in Syria controlled by the government has already long since been circumvented, either through independent networks, or satellite links.
“New York Times depicts what is called a ‘mesh network,’ or an independent Internet that uses computers and phones not only as interfaces, but as actual nodes to create the network. Such networks can be set up virtually anywhere, and the development of methods and software to do so have been the subject of US State Department funding and implementation.”
The New York Times in their article admitted that, “The Obama administration is leading a global effort to deploy ‘shadow’ Internet and mobile phone systems that dissidents can use to undermine repressive governments that seek to silence them by censoring or shutting down telecommunications networks.” This is a dangerous omen and proof of the internet’s power as a source of open information.
Meanwhile, Pentagon sources tell NBC News that the Syrian military is awaiting final orders to launch chemical weapons against its own people. It’s absolutely false. Syrian Foreign Minister Faisal Maqdad correctly said, “Western powers are whipping up fears of a fateful move to the use of chemical weapons in Syria’s civil war as a pretext for intervention… Syria stresses again, for the tenth, the hundredth time, that if we had such weapons, they would not be used against its people. We would not commit suicide,” he said.
This is absolutely true. Syria knows all too well that the US is looking for an excuse to invade. They’re not going to give them the excuse, so it has to be manufactured. To confirm this bad intent Obama warned again yesterday that using chemical weapons would cross a red line and have consequences, which they have not specified—but everyone know they mean invasion.
This is the same pattern of globalist intervention we saw in other so-called Arab Spring provoked uprisings. Remember, this is a case of bad regimes being tolerated for years and now being overthrown by globalists for conflict creation reasons. It has nothing to do with peace or democracy.
The stationing of Patriot Missile batteries in Turkey is also a sign of imminent Western intervention. The Patriot batteries, coming out of Germany, will be accompanied by NATO troops, supposedly to protect the batteries. The batteries are there to enforce a no fly zone, soon to come. A US aircraft carrier, USS Eisenhower, has arrived off the coast of Syria. This is another signal that direct intervention may be near. The carrier would also be ideal for enforcing a no fly zone—which always ends up being a cover for direct aerial attacks on enemy forces on the ground.
The AP also reported that the war in Syria is spilling over into Lebanon between pro-Syrian and anti-Syrian forces. “Gunmen loyal to opposite sides in neighboring Syria’s civil war battled on Wednesday in the streets of a northern Lebanese city where two days of fighting killed at least five people and wounded 45, officials said. The Lebanese army fanned out in the city of Tripoli to calm the fighting, with soldiers patrolling the streets in armored personnel carriers and manning checkpoints. Authorities closed major roads because of sniper fire.”
As I also predicted long ago, Russia will not come to the aid of its long-time ally. A senior Russian lawmaker said Syria’s government is “incapable of doing its job properly” —a not so subtle hint that Russia is already be trying to distance itself from Assad. Keep in mind, that the Russians are all too eager to allow the West to enhance their reputation as bullies in the world—a necessary prelude to justifying Russia’s coming attack on the West. But even that is not yet imminent.

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