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I would much rather be posting about the multi-pronged assaults going on right now on our firearms rights, But there is no getting around the big story this week; the one the mainstream media is doing their best to distract us from:


bombs-exploding-in-city-3xI again am stringing multiple news reports together… much like the nightly imitation news reports on television, but true. The links in this case have articles and videos attached.

Here’s a good one. Psychopath John says that if you screw the lightbulb into that socket, when he flips the light switch there will be light there.

Well, he uses different words.

John Kerry WARNS! World War 3 if Syrian Bashar Assad strikes Israel

THEY KNOW Israel will be attacked as soon as the USA begins firing. They know Israel will take some hits. They know Israel will fling some Made-in-USA nukes around the neighborhood. They know more nuke flinging will result.

C’mon. We aren’t stupid … well, at least many of us aren’t.
How do you know who is lying?
You can’t find out anything they don’t know. When your research brings a lot of information contrary to their words. BINGO. You caught ’em. Trust them nevermore.


Here we have some fine nonsense. This is supposed to be a reason to destroy the world.

Democrats Have to Vote for War to ‘Save President’s Hide’

Heck, the best way I know of to preserve a hide is with the tanning process. I think it would be preferable to war. One almost-human-like creature VS hundreds of thousands of us. That’s an easy decision.


Rand Paul: It Troubles Me That President Thinks He Can Still Attack Syria Even If Congress Votes No

I’m not sure they will take us to war immediately if the NO vote happens. They backed off after losing the UN and English Parliament votes. I think it will take another false flag event to get their disaster rolling again.

But this most definitely is NOT a reason to condone the pro-war vote. Keep the pressure on. Better yet, make it overwhelming.


Now this nest one surely must be worth a look. But first, study up a bit. The BIG THING that jumped out at me was body language. John Kerry is not comfortable lying. He is squirming throughout his ordeal testifying at the House of Representatives… justifying the war – or, more accurately, proving the opposition to be the truth. Granted, he has many of the clues under control – he is a pro, after all. But he just can’t hide it completely as you can see.

1st, recognizing the clues:
How to Detect Lies
How to Tell if Someone is Lying

Then the show:
You’re Making A Joke Of Us!
You’re Making Us Into Theater!” RAND PAUL vs JOHN KERRY


The real evidence keeps on coming. The war-mongers know time is their enemy. They want to get started before too many of us know.

Russia releases key findings on chemical attack near Aleppo indicating similarity with rebel-made weapons

Probes from Khan al-Assal show chemicals used in the March 19 attack did not belong to standard Syrian army ammunition, and that the shell carrying the substance was similar to those made by a rebel fighter group, the Russian Foreign Ministry stated.

The key points of the report have been given as follows:

• the shell used in the incident “does not belong to the standard ammunition of the Syrian army and was crudely according to type and parameters of the rocket-propelled unguided missiles manufactured in the north of Syria by the so-called Bashair al-Nasr brigade”;

• RDX, which is also known as hexogen or cyclonite, was used as the bursting charge for the shell, and it is “not used in standard chemical munitions”;

• soil and shell samples contain “the non-industrially synthesized nerve agent sarin and diisopropylfluorophosphate,” which was “used by Western states for producing chemical weapons during World War II.”

The findings of the report are “extremely specific,” as they mostly consist of scientific and technical data from probes’ analysis, the ministry stressed, adding that this data can “substantially aid” the UN investigation of the incident.


Putin warns against ‘illegal’ military action in Syria
Published time: September 04, 2013

Russia needs convincing proof, not rumors, from UN experts that chemical weapons were used in Syria, said the Russian president in an interview with First Channel and AP. It is up to the UN Security Council to decide on the next course of action, he said.

Speaking to journalists from Russia’s state Channel 1 television and Associated Press, Russian President Vladimir Putin made a number of decisive statements regarding the supposed use of chemical weapons in the Syrian conflict, which evoked a threat of a US-led strike on Syria.

“We believe that at the very least we should wait for the results of the UN inspection commission in Syria,” Putin said, adding that so far there is no information about what chemical agent exactly was used in the attack in Damascus’ suburbs and who did it.

“I’ve already said I find it absolutely ridiculous that [Syrian] government’s armed forces, which today are actually on an offense mission and in some regions have already encircled the so-called rebels and are finishing them off, that the Syrian army has used prohibited chemical weapons,” Putin said.

“They know all too well that this could become a cause for sanctions and even for a military operation against them. That’s stupid and illogical.”

“We proceed from the assumption that if anyone has information that chemical weapons were used by the Syrian regular army, then such proof must be presented to the UN Security Council and the UN inspectors,” Putin said, stressing that the proof must be “convincing” and not based on “rumors” or any sort of “eavesdropped intelligence data,” conversations etc.

“Even in the US there are experts who question the reliability of the facts presented by the administration. These experts do not exclude the possibility that the Syrian opposition has conducted a pre-planned provocation in order to give their sponsors a reason for military intervention,” he acknowledged.

Putin later leveled criticism at US Secretary of State John Kerry as he spoke to human rights activists on Wednesday, saying Kerry “lied” by claiming there was no Al-Qaeda militants fighting in Syria and that the military strike against President Assad will not boost the terrorist network’s presence in the region.

“They lie, plainly. I watched the Congressional debate. A congressman asked Mr. Kerry: “Is there any Al-Qaeda [in Syria]? There are reports they have been growing stronger.” He [Kerry] replied: “No. I say with all responsibility: there is no [Al-Qaeda] there,” Putin explained.

The Russian President then said the Al-Nusra Front terrorist organization, which pledged allegiance to Al-Qaeda, has been at the forefront of the rebel groups fighting Assad’s forces, and that the US is well aware of that.

Well, he [Kerry] lies. And he knows that he lies. This is sad,” Putin remarked.

Speaking of Kerry’s confidence in that Assad’s forces used chemical weapons, Putin recalled former US Secretary of State Colin Powell’s rhetoric on the eve of American invasion in Iraq.

Powell even brandished some test tube with a white powder as he attempted to persuade the international community that Iraq has chemical weapons, Putin said, stressing that it later turned out that “all these arguments did not hold water.”

Putin says he “does not exclude” that Russia may agree with a military operation if it is proved that the Syrian government is behind the attack, however he emphasized that in accordance with international law a decision of the UN Security Council is needed for that.

“All other reasons and means that excuse using military force against an independent sovereign state are unacceptable and cannot be classified otherwise but as an aggression,” Putin noted.

“We would be convinced by a detailed investigation and direct evidence of who exactly used chemical weapons and what substances were used. Then we’ll be ready to take decisive and serious action,” said the president.

Answering a question about video records of dead children that allegedly died in the chemical attack in Damascus, Vladimir Putin called the material with dead children “horrible”.

“The questions are what exactly was done and who is to blame. This video does not answer these questions,” Putin said, sharing an opinion that this video is a compilation made by the militants who – even the US acknowledges – have links with Al-Qaeda and are notorious for extreme atrocities.

Putin recommended to pay attention to the fact that in the video with dead children there are no parents, children’s relatives or even medical personnel, while people who do appear in the video remain unidentified. However terrible the picture could be, it cannot be proof of anybody’s guilt, Putin said, and called for investigation of the incident.