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Turning The Tide

My third "Syria By Syrians" Post (See

A poignant contrast of fortunes wit these photographs above from today, 22 Feb 2016, and the ones below from just yesterday. Above (uploaded by Samiah Assade and Ghassan Al-Assad from Damascus, Syria.) shows the liberation of a thermal power plant in Eastern Aleppo by the SAA from desperate and defeated terrorists just a day after the people of Homs faced the horrific bombings as shown in the photographs below. 

The tide is clearly turning in Syria, and my hope is that their victory can offer some momentum globally to any nation faced with mischief and meddling from the dark and shadowy hand of external influence and their presstitute media yes men.

With Turkish and Saudi Arabian forces massing on the border and mixed signals coming from the US (never a good sign) the future is far from certain, but this series of victories will hearten the local population and surely help in some way with any futu…

Mohsen Abdelmoumen Interviews DR Brandon Turbeville. The Connections Between The US & Daesh Are there For All To See.

For more by Mohsen Abdelmoumen see this dedicated page on my blog:! Who is Brandon Turbeville? Brandon Turbeville is an author and a writer who resides in Florence, South Carolina. He is –article archive here – the author of seven books, Codex Alimentarius — The End of Health Freedom7 Real ConspiraciesFive Sense Solutions and Dispatches From a Dissident, volume 1 and volume 2,The Road to Damascus: The Anglo-American Assault on Syria, andThe Difference it Makes: 36 Reasons Why Hillary Clinton Should Never Be President. Brandon joined Anti-Media’s team as an independent journalist in July of 2014. He has written over 700 articles dealing with the Middle East, Geopolitics, Syria, Economics, Health, government corruption, and Civil Liberties. Turbeville has been interviewed by a number of media outlets in the alternative media as well as the independent and mainstream. He has been interviewed by PRES…

My Interview With UBUNTU's Michael Tellinger. The Critical & Urgent Need For Change.

Michael Tellinger has put himself out there in the public eye since the early eighties. He's typically made a success of everything he's done from being a published author with a cult following, a singer songwriter, to driving some innovative and pioneering work as an adventuring archaeologist of sorts by going off the beaten track while investigating and discovering evidence that challenges our accepted understanding of our history, culture and origins as human beings.

However, it's his role as founder of the UBUNTU Liberation movement, now contesting the 2016 South African Municipal Elections in the form of a political party (not owned by or serving the needs of special interests) that has caught my attention most.  I am not in the habit of endorsing political parties because I've done enough homework to nurture the appropriate degree cynicism towards them. However UBUNTU is more than just another political party, it's a global movement.

What is UBUNTU all about?ht…

US Foreign Policy Lows, Lets Turn It Around & Apply It To Them (An Exercise In Hypocrisy)

I've come up with a novel way of getting those who don't have a good sense of international policy norms to instantly identify with the plight of those victimized by US foreign policy.  Put yourself in their position. Lets do an exercise where we place Bashar Al-Assad in the role of the US and the US in the Role of Syria. We will substitute local elements at play with their equivalents on the opposite side and allow the neighboring countries to assume to relevant roles in reverse.

Turning it around: If Trump or Clinton, who Assad considers unfit to lead, win the US election, the method requires arming and funding local rebels (In Trumps case I think Mexican Drug Cartels would be the most enthusiastic) but he can find moderates like the Colombians too. All the Leaders of South America will support Assad and the Drug Cartels in their freedom bombing which will be branded a "Civil War". These groups can then bomb US towns and cities and innocent US women and children as w…

Destruction of Antiquities & Italian Media Delegation Visit Syria To Get The Real Story

This is the second in my theme "Syria by Syrians" post links following Hashtags are kept active. By: Leen Ibrahim
Lives in Homs, Syria From Homs, Syria Born on November 15, 1987 When the statue of the Abu Alaa Al Maarrie and that of “assad allat” was destroyed and turned into a pile of stones …. When ‪#‎Bursa‬ and ‪#‎Palmyra‬were lost, they were not a loss to ‪#‎Syrians‬ only but the whole world lost them.. The light of civilization that lived in ‪#‎Syria‬ was a real threat to those hateful groups that insist on eliminating the enlightenment and civilization thousands of years old .. I don’t like to stuff my articles with boring information, but I’ll just give you a hint about the catastrophe that

Has The NWO Just Witnessed It's Defacto Defeat?

The New World Order (loosely defined as the push via globalization of the special interest parties of international banking/big business, the Military Industrial Complex and the great old money dynasties along with their politically lobbied stooges) has pressed for cohesion and hegemony over global affairs over the last two or three hundred years.  Who "They" are is widely misunderstood and much less interesting than many would have you believe and I'll clarify this shortly. Their politics and institutions have been  either purposefully or incidentally established in fashion conducive to maintaining the sway of global geopolitical outcomes in the favor of the establishment. For the most part the "establishment" is superficially indistinguishable from a proper establishment defined by conventional wisdom, an establishment one would expect to be spawned from evolving democratic societies, but with one important difference. Wherever the status quo is threatened or…

Driving Around Homs, Syria

Mohsen Abdelmoumen Interviews Prof. Mel Gurtov: It’s time for a reset in US-Saudi relations. »

My Introduction to Mohsen Abdelmoumen is here:

Mel Gurtov is Professor Emeritus of Political Science and International Studies at Portland State University, Oregon, and Editor-in-Chief of Asian Perspective, an international quarterly. Gurtov previously served on the staff of the RAND Corporation in Santa Monica, Calif. (1966-71), where he was a co-author of the Pentagon Papers, and at the University of California, Riverside (1971-86), where he was professor of political science. He has published over twenty books and numerous articles on East Asian affairs, U.S. foreign policy, and global politics from a human-interest perspective. His most recent books are Will This Be China’s Century? A Skeptic’s View (Lynne Rienner, 2013); Global Politics in the Human Interest, 5th ed. (Lynne Rienner, 2007); Superpower on Crusade: The Bush Doctrine in US Foreign Policy (Lynne Rienner, 2006); and Confronting the Bush Doctrine: Critical Perspectiv…