Holy Twisted History Batman: Watch John Kirby Lie With Every Breath He Takes on Aleppo and Mosul

by Scott Creighton

This is disgusting. Remember back when a republican was in office and an administration official would come out and lie about events unfolding in Iraq or Afghanistan? The left would launch themselves in a way that would get them ejected from an NFL game but now that President Peace Prize is using his special left-cover superpowers… nada, zip, zilch, “nothing too see here” coming from that morally upstanding “anti-war” crowd… especially since Killary represents a continuation of the Obama administration.

The “moderate” terrorists are fighting FOR the people of Syria in east Aleppo? The Syrian military forces are targeting hospitals, schools and civilian infrastructure in Aleppo whereas the coalition in Mosul are using “precision airstrikes” taking care to avoid civilian casualties? Wow.

Watch John Kirby lie with every breath he takes to reporters in this press conference. Literally every damn breath. It’s like something out of 1984 or “V”

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The Coalition Bombing of Civilians in Manbij Syria Was No Accident (and they weren’t targeting “ISIS”)

by Scott Creighton

“We have now have momentum in this fight and clear results on the ground… We must ensure that our partners on the ground (freedom fighter Kurds) have what they need to win the fight and then hold, rebuild, and govern their territory (“Rojava”),” Sec. of Defense Ash Carter, today

The coalition bombing in Syria this past week was not a one off mistake where they “mistook” women and children in a village for “ISIS”.

Given the fog of war and our complicit media servants here in the states, it’s understandable how more of our so-called “alternative anti-war” news outlets haven’t picked up on this yet, but in reality what happened appears to be a sustained attack on a civilian area carried out by US and French warplanes over a two day period.

To me it looks like they have given up on the “ISIS” pretense and are clearing out a problematic areas for the Kurds to claim and occupy as part of what they call Rojava, or “Western Kurdistan”, part of Greater Kurdistan (something we aren’t supposed to speak of)

First, let’s make what happened very clear: there were several attacks on this area over the course of two days during which as many as 200 civilians were killed, mostly women and children. It was a slaughter. You might even call it a “cleansing” of the area north of Manbij.

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Chaos and Depravity: Kerry Demands Syria Surrender to al-Qaeda and the Kurds

by Scott Creighton

UPDATE: There is a video from 2013 showing our “moderates” in Syria executing a dozen or so Syrian soldiers in Aleppo who were there protecting a hospital from these monsters. This is a real execution video, not the fake kind they made for ‘ISIS” so it is EXTREMELY graphic. This is what our government supports in Syria.

UPDATE: In an interview, Seymour Hersh (quoted later in this article) says Syria is winning the war against the “moderate” terrorists of the U.S. and there is “no chance” of Assad stepping down. This puts Kerry’s ultimatum into perspective.

UPDATE: Assad explained yesterday how the U.S. has been and is still supporting terrorism in Syria. Iran promised to remain by Syria’s side as they combat our irregular warfare campaign.

“AlNusra Front, or Jabhat alNusra sometimes called al-Qaeda in Syria or al-Qaeda in the Levant, is a Sunni Islamist militia fighting against Syrian Government”

Sec. of State John Kerry recently demanded Basar al-Assad surrender the whole of Syria to the CIA’s “moderate” terrorists by Aug. 1st of this year “or else”. Primary “opposition” in the regime change operation is al-Nusra, an al-Qaeda off-shoot in Syria.

Writing for the AP, Bradley Klapper explained:

Secretary of State John Kerry warned Syria’s government and its backers in Moscow and Tehran on Tuesday that they face an August deadline for starting a political transition to move President Bashar Assad out, or they risk the consequences of a new U.S. approach toward ending the 5-year-old civil war (war of aggression).” Klapper

The Sec. of State made it clear, regime change is the desired outcome of the U.S. and they will settle for nothing less.

“The target date for the transition is 1st of August. So we’re now coming up to May. So either something happens in these next few months, or they are asking for a very different track.”

If Assad does not adhere to this, there will clearly be repercussions. One of them may be the total destruction of the cease-fire and then go back to war. I don’t think Russia wants that. I don’t think Assad is going to benefit from that. There may be even other repercussions being discussed. That is for the future.”

If Assad’s strategy is to somehow think he’s going to just carve out Aleppo and carve out a section of the country, I got news for you and for him: This war doesn’t end,”

As long as Assad is there, the opposition is not going to stop fighting,” John Kerry, Sec. of State for the Obama administration

How can Kerry be so sure the “opposition” wont accept a deal with Assad? How can he be sure al-Qaeda in the Levant wont cut a deal? Well that is quite simple: Kerry commands the opposition. He pays them. He trains them. He practically owns them, or at least, his friends in Saudi Arabia own them.

This new statement by John Kerry didn’t get much press coverage mainly because it proves that our interests in the country have always been about regime change and nothing else. It also infers our connections with al-Nusra or al-Qaeda in Syria.

His threat to expand the war (and with it the civilian casualty body-count) if there is no compliance with his demands, is something straight from the Dick Cheney playbook. Or the Hillary Clinton playbook from Libya.

Kerry then couched his demands by blaming Assad for a series of various terrorist activities, each and every one caused by the “moderate” terrorists he himself sent into Syria.

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16 civilians killed, 68 wounded in terrorist attacks on Aleppo neighborhoods and a hospital

from SANA

UPDATE: The “liberal” Huffington Post covers this offensive in Western Aleppo without once mentioning how the “moderate” terrorists killed a single civilian.

16 civilians were killed on Tuesday and 68 were injured according to the most recent toll due to terrorist attacks with rocket shells on residential neighborhoods and a hospital in Aleppo City, SANA’s correspondent reported.

Earlier, a source at Aleppo Police Command told SANA reporter that terrorists fired 65 rocket shells on the neighborhoods of al-Neel Street, al-Siryian, al-Khalidyia, al-Mocambo, al-Sabeel and the surroundings of al-Rahman mosque leaving 11 civilians killed and 37 injured.

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Russia’s commissioner for human rights issues statement regarding US “punishment” for attack on Kunduz DWB hospital

by Scott Creighton

UPDATE: Officially the ruling from the US is it was the result of : “unintentional human errors and equipment failures

UPDATE: CIA-backed opposition leader in Syria, Mohammed Alloush, calls for a tribunal to try Assad for this new war-crime attack on a Aleppo DWB facility while saying nothing about the admitted “mistake” that took place back in Oct. of last year in Afghanistan.

Whoever carries out these massacres needs a war tribunal and a court of justice to be tried for his crimes. He does not need a negotiating table,”said Mohammed Alloush. What he didn’t say, what doesn’t really need to be said, is “whoever carries out these attacks needs to be tried by a war tribunal unless of course it’s my paymasters at the CIA and Pentagon. In that case, a letter of reprimand for the “mistake” is just fine.”

UPDATE 2: Hows this for shameless irony: the State Department said the attack on the DWB facility in Aleppo is “similar to strikes conducted by the Assad regime in the past

Really? So Assad attacked the DWB hospital in Kunduz? Really? Oh wait, no… that was the Obama Regime, right?

In the wake of yet another attack on a Doctors Without Borders (DWB) facility, the Russian Foreign Ministry’s commissioner for human rights, Konstantin Dolgov, has issued a statement regarding the US’s so-called “punishment” of 16 low-ranking servicemen for the prolonged sustained attack on the DWB facility in Kunduz, Afghanistan back in October of last year.

“Washington says sixteen military servicemen, including commandoes, have been disciplined for attacking a hospital of Doctors without Borders in Kunduz, Afghanistan, which caused heavy civilian casualties. It is nakedly clear that this measure is absolutely laughable. Clearly, Washington has failed to find the strength to properly punish those responsible for the tragic death of civilians.

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