… from Press TV, Tehran These people were about to finally be free, only to have it all snatched away [ Editor’s Note: I had predicted that despite any winding down of the Syrian war and a political settlement that the horrors of these suicide and car bombers could be with us forever. There just seems to be an endless supply of these mass murderers, and those willing to exploit their willingness to die.
We cannot put the toothpaste back into the tube, nor raise the dead. But we can hunt down, expose, and vilify all those in our government and military that have been involved in the use of proxy terrorism for US geopolitical and regime change goals.
But the first major hurdle there is removing any and all immunity for such activity. The people who do this sleep well at night knowing that they are protected by the secrecy laws, and sovereign immunity. There is no stigma attached to it at all that would negatively affect their future careers. Quite the contrary, such work is considered a resume enhancer in a number of areas.
As Gordon had said the other day after the kiddie snuff film emerged from the Swedish doctors for human rights, NGO, where the White Helmet murderers were giving make believe adrenaline injections to two opiated babies just to make a propaganda film pretending to save them from the evil Mr. Assad, ” We are the Evil Empire now, with no real competition.”
It is a depressing situation for those of us in our senior years to have to discover, but it is what it is. And we really have no other choice now but to fight to expose it with every fiber of our bodies as long as we can stay on the front … Jim W. Dean ]
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– First published … April 15, 2017 – A bitter ending for these people who had suffered so long Nearly 40 people have lost their lives and several others sustained injuries when a powerful bomb explosion struck near several buses carrying people from two Shia-majority villages in Syria’s northwestern province of Idlib, as they were waiting to enter the city of Aleppo.
The blast hit al-Rashideen district on the western outskirts of Aleppo, located some 355 kilometers north of the capital, Damascus, as buses were stopping at a checkpoint on Saturday afternoon. At least 39 people were killed and 48 others sustained injuries as a result, Lebanon-based Arabic-language al-Mayadeen television news network reported.
Syrian state TV reported that a bomber blew up an explosive-laden car at the site. The buses were evacuating residents of Kefraya and al-Foua villages under a deal reached between the Damascus government and foreign-sponsored Takfiri militant groups last month.
State-owned Arabic daily Tishreen said the explosion took place as children were collecting food being distributed at […]