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Dr. Jekyll's alter ego Obama never started a war he didn't like
DrMarty | May 2, 2012 at 06:36 pmby
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"Is this the freedom they want?" was the cry from a Syrian man in Idlib, Syria, shown on SANA TV (state news agency) on Monday night, following Syrian opposition bombings of two buildings that were used by government security forces, where 20 people were killed and about 100 wounded.
The man was standing next to a woman carrying a child with blood running down his forehead. The TV coverage also showed a building that appeared in ruins and several nearby cars flattened by the explosions, reported The News International of Pakistan.
Despite the repeated lies that the Syrian opposition is not connected to Al Qaeda or the Saudi/Qatari neo-Salafis, and other Anglo-Obama excuses to continue the Libya-style wars and assassinations of sovereign leaders, the truth is coming out about the murderous nature of London's Syrian terrorists.
The Israeli newspaper Ha'aretz reported the arrogant blood-curdling statements from the terrorists:
"We are starting to get smarter about tactics and use bombs, because people are too poor and we don't have enough rifles. It is just no match for the army. So we are trying to focus on the ways we can fight," said one anti-Assad fighter who claimed to be in command of a militia unit. "The rebels are getting better at bomb-making...."
The London-controlled mouthpiece for the rebel forces, the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights, issued gloating statements that "most of those killed in Idlib were members of the security forces."
The London puppets were still confident that the violence would be blamed only on the Syrian government as the Syrian National Council and Free Syrian Army continue to press for no-fly zones, safe zones, air-power attack on Assad's Army forces, and for heavy ammunition.
Hundreds have been killed and wounded by the external terrorists since Friday, April 27, when the SNC/Salafis blew up the Zain al-Abideen mosque in Damascus.
No group claimed credit, but Reuters, which has supported the Syrian rebels for the last year, said the attack "was close to the site of a January 6 suicide bombing which was claimed by a previously unknown anti-Assad Sunni Islamist group calling itself the al-Nusra Front."
Reuters also reported that the "body parts" found on the scene were clad in government Army uniforms. (Reuters staff must be glad they don't have to worry about being blown away by Americans in Baghdad in helicopters.)
On April 30, in the Damascus suburb of Qudsiya, a powerful explosion targetted a military vehicle, said the Observatory.
The terrorist offensive continued overnight, with a rocket-propelled grenade hitting the central bank in Damascus, reported the News International. Quoting Syrian state media, TNI also said that "an armed terrorist group carried out a second RPG attack on a police patrol outside a hospital in the city's Rokn Eddin area. Four police were wounded. There were also rebel snipers reportedly picking off Syrian soldiers.
The terror wave is so intense that even UN Secretary General Ban Ki Moon had to shift gears and call on the Syrian rebels to abide by the Annan Plan ceasefire -- instead of his usual lying accusation that only the Syrian government was at fault.
However, the Obama administration is still committed to "Plan B," to overthrow President Bashar al-Assad, because the Annan Plan "is failing," reported Josh Rogin, who runs The Cable blog on Foreign Policy.
That's not surprising, since Obama has aided and abetted the arming and supplying of the Syrian armed rebels through his allies -- Saudi Arabia, Qatar, and Turkey. The "failure" of the Annan mission has been Obama policy.
As of April 30, the chief of the Annan Plan observer mission was on site in Syria with the first 30 observers, with more scheduled to arrive this week. However, the observers are reportedly running ragged from one terrorist site to another trying to observe the chaos.
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