The situation in Syria

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Re: The situation in Syria

Postby TrueAndMagneticNorth » Sat Nov 17, 2018 7:42 am

Hi All,

Back in September I posted some information on the mainly Christian town of Mhardeh, not far from the jihadist-dominated Idlib province in north-western Syria. Here is a link to another article about the town, and its uncertain future as the war (currently) looks to be winding down.

Oops, I'm not able to post the link from my end. If you're interested, it's an article in the LA Times, November 16 2018, titled, 'With peace on the horizon in Syria, this Christian city grapples with its decision to back the government.'

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Re: The situation in Syria

Postby Real » Sat Nov 17, 2018 4:32 pm

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Re: The situation in Syria

Postby TrueAndMagneticNorth » Mon Nov 26, 2018 2:39 am

Hi All,

I wish to point out some more deception from the mainstream media. They are minor examples, but it is critical for people to remain vigilant against media distortions and manipulations. Exhibit one: a Syrian 'activist' was recently shot dead in rebel-controlled Idlib, north-west Syria. He was a long-term critic of Assad, but also was vocal in his criticisms of jihadist groups such as al-queda and ISIS.

Please note, there has been no suggestion that his murderers were pro-Assad elements. Not only are Assad's forces absent from that area, they have not even been accused. It is a virtual certainty that he was killed by the rebels. Below is a link to an article, CBS, titled, 'Radio Host who mocked Assad shot dead along with his colleague in Syria.'

https://www.cbsnews.com/news/raed-fares ... -in-syria/

Just by reading the title, the idea is subtly put forward that Assad did it. Hardcore propaganda done in a subtle way, even though the same article, within the text, partially admits that the finger has been pointed at jihadist groups. Other articles have been as bad, while others yet were more honest, in admitting from the outset that the victim was critical of both Assad and the jihadists. However, those people not particularly in tune with what's happening in Syria will likely just read the headline, which feeds into the programming of 'Assad bad, rebels good.'

The second exhibit: Do you know that there is evidence that another gas attack has just been carried out in Syria? The chances are you may not have heard about it. And why? Because it's not being widely reported, and even the coverage given to it is rather dismissive. And why? Because, if it really happened, it is the work of western-backed rebels.

Contrast this with the global reaction on those times Assad was blamed. There was synchronized condemnation of him across the world, before there was any chance that even a shred of evidence could prove he was guilty. Furthermore, as already documented in this forum, there is abundant evidence that western-backed rebels have carried out at least some of those chemical attacks themselves, which the western government-media complex then pinned on Assad, ie. 'False flag' attacks.

In the latest incident, mortar shells containing chlorine were apparently fired onto government-held Aleppo, injuring about 100, 2 of them critically, mainly due to the affects of the toxins. Technically, if the western-backed rebels are capable of carrying out False flag attacks with mainstream media support, then Assad and his forces could also be capable of doing such a thing. Yes, technically, but there is no evidence or motive, nothing to gain, and the rebels have a track record in this regard. Is this watertight proof? No, but if I had to bet my life on who I think did it, and find out the indisputable truth tomorrow, I think I'd sleep pretty well.

Anyway, when it has been Assad accused of gas attacks, as mentioned, he has been declared guilty by the international media without evidence, or a trial. Now, though, that it is almost certain the rebels did it (and it doesn't appear to be a False flag event) the media is very coy: Time Magazine says it's an '...alleged poison attack', NYT says it's an '...apparent chemical attack', RTE (Ireland) says it's a '...suspected gas attack', ABC News speaks of a '...suspected poison gas attack', while The Guardian speaks of '...claims of a gas attack'.

Yes, to be circumspect before you have proof is a good thing. What's alarming is the selective outrage, and the contrast with those times when Assad was accused, in which he and his government were fully demonized by most of the world without any evidence. Yet now, there is this muted reporting when the rebels are accused, there is no-one pretending to be outraged, calling on the west to bomb the rebels, etc, and the story will be out of the news within a day or so.

Remember this, I am not defending Assad because I think he is 'good'. As I've said before, it is completely irrelevant if a person, organisation or nation is good, bad or indifferent. If the New World Order decides that you need to be taken down, it will move to take you down, whether you are good, bad or indifferent.

That's all. God bless you. Have a good week.
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Re: The situation in Syria

Postby TrueAndMagneticNorth » Sun Dec 09, 2018 5:29 am

Hi All,

Here is a little follow-up to the last post, about the chemical attack which was almost certainly carried out by western-backed rebels and jihadists.

As mentioned, it didn't get much coverage, as gas attacks are only helpful to the west if it gives western nations another excuse to bomb Syria.

However, let's not forget that there is also an information war going on, better described as a propaganda war. The US and UK have taken note of this gas accident, and blamed Assad for it, essentially accusing him of carrying out a false flag operation, citing 'credible information' to support their theory, but not saying what the info actually is.

This is a classic example of something I have been noticing for years. If people in the west express an opinion that the government/media complex is doing sinister things in a secret manner, which obviously involves covering up dirty activities, then such people are referred to as a 'conspiracy theorist.' But if the person or country accused of doing such things like carrying out a false flag operation (such as the Syrian government, in this instance), then there is suddenly 'credible information' to suggest it is 'true', and we, the public, don't need to know what this info is. All we need to do is blindly trust the government/media complex.

Obviously, the west can not ever admit that its rebel/jihadist proxies in Syria are actually very brutal and murderous people (in general), so even this barely reported gas attack, almost certainly carried out by rebels, has to be pinned on Assad.


To be sure, I have no way of knowing the truth and I am only an amateur researcher (but, to be honest, I have no doubt I'm a much better researcher than most people in the mainstream media, which wouldn't be hard). I am only giving you my views, however, these views have been formed by literally thousands and thousands of hours of studying the new world order and how it operates.

God bless you this Sunday. An article on this is below:

https://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/2018/1 ... ck-aleppo/
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Re: The situation in Syria

Postby TrueAndMagneticNorth » Wed Dec 19, 2018 11:04 am

Hi All,

In an abrupt announcement, the US government has announced its intention to withdrawal all of its troops from Syria. See link below:

https://www.wsj.com/articles/u-s-milita ... 1545225641

There is now, in my opinion, an increased risk of a false flag gas attack, which the media will pin on Assad without any evidence, thus leading the US etc to bomb Syria, like has happened before, and sideline any talk of troop withdrawal. I hope I am proven wrong.
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Re: The situation in Syria

Postby TrueAndMagneticNorth » Mon Dec 24, 2018 4:14 am

Hello again,

While the false flag risk is always there, there are positive signs that the US pull-out from Syria could really happen. Of course, there would almost certainly be elements left behind, like special forces, mercenaries (otherwise referred to as 'contractors', etc) but nonetheless, an official US pull out from Syria would be a great thing. The mainstream media are telling us that it's a bad thing, but that's what the media would predictably say. They generally tend to be on the wrong side of the vast majority of debates.

Moreover, Russia, Iran, Assad, Hezbollah, etc, have proved themselves to be very good at fighting ISIS, al-queda, etc. Remember, Sunni extremist groups like ISIS and al-queda hate Shiite Muslims quite possibly more than they hate any other group. The Iran-Assad-Hezbollah axis backed by Russia is a great counter to the Sunni extremists. Therefore, the idea that western troops should stay in Syria to fight ISIS, and also to eventually kick Iran out of Syria and also phase Assad out of power is absolute nonsense. The greatest gift to ISIS, al-queda, etc, would be to kick Iran out of Syria, and remove Assad, and so a US withdrawal is a great win for almost everyone, except ISIS/al-queda,in my honest opinion.

That aside, here is another interesting little article from al-monitor, which is a very good news source. It's about the grim situation in the Syrian town of Arbin, north-east of Damascus. Moreover, the town had quite a large Christian presence in it before the war broke out. The town is now back under the relative safety of government control, but its Christian infrastructure is in ruins, as is much of the rest of the town.

The article will give you a perspective on the colossal rebuilding faced by the town as the war (hopefully) winds down. God bless you this Christmas. Link to article is below:

https://www.al-monitor.com/pulse/conten ... tians.html
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Re: The situation in Syria

Postby TrueAndMagneticNorth » Thu Dec 27, 2018 12:25 pm

Hi All,

Here’s a little summary of the current situation regarding the persecuted church across the Middle-East.

Nothing really new, here. Just a reminder and perhaps a call to prayer.

That aside, maybe it’s just me, but I’m not particularly interested in how long it takes the earth to circumnavigate the sun (although, space is quite fascinating). However, I still wish you a Happy New Year and if there’s something in any of our lives that needs addressing, January 1st is as good a time as any. Just remember, if there’s a setback, it doesn’t mean that we have to wait til the next January 1st to try it again. Everything is on God’s timing.

All the best. Link below:

https://thehill.com/opinion/civil-right ... tmas-began
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Re: The situation in Syria

Postby TrueAndMagneticNorth » Tue Jan 08, 2019 5:26 am

Hello again Everyone,

This is a little update on the announced withdrawal of US troops from Syria. When I brought this topic up a short while ago on this forum, I wondered if there was an imminent risk of another false flag gas attack. While this is always a possibility, there is apparently now another possibility emerging.

It's a very simple possibility which I admit that I should have considered right from the moment that the announcement was made, yet it took me at least a few days to realise it. The possibility I am talking about is that the US deep state globalist people in the Trump government will simply ignore the announcement made by Trump, muddy the waters on the announcement, delay, put on ice, obstruct the stated desire of Trump for a withdrawal, with the aim of maintaining the status quo, and keeping those troops in Syria and elsewhere indefinitely. This is the very essence of the military-industrial complex, and, in my honest opinion, backed with evidence, it is a terrible situation when dangerous, pro-war people like John Bolton are so high up in the US government.

For more on this, you might like to read the following opinion piece. The Christian perspective is also mentioned in the article. Without a shadow of a doubt, western media/military/political interference in the Middle-East in recent decades has been a total disaster for Christians in that region, and abundant evidence backs this up. The article is from infowars.com. God bless you all. Link below:

https://www.infowars.com/trumps-neocons ... awal-plan/
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Re: The situation in Syria

Postby TrueAndMagneticNorth » Tue Jan 15, 2019 5:27 am

Hello Again,

Here is an article with the disturbing allegation that the Israeli Air Force is 'hiding behind' other planes on the radar as it has conducted recent air strikes against Syria. In the latest instance, Israeli planes allegedly used the passengers of commercial airliners as human shields.

Israel already stood accused of doing just this with a Russian spy plane back in September, with fatal results for all personnel on that Russian plane.

An article on all if this is in the link below:

http://www.mintpressnews.com/analysts-c ... irstrikes/
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Re: The situation in Syria

Postby TrueAndMagneticNorth » Sun Feb 03, 2019 12:15 pm

Hi Friends,

No time to type, but I wish to refer you to a very encouraging story of conversion/evangelism in Syria, namely in the town of Kobani on the Syrian side of the Turkish border. This town was once conquered and controlled by ISIS, but became the scene of a bitter street fight between Kurds and ISIS terrorists back in 2014, or so.

The battle was eventually won by the Kurds. Remember, while ISIS is now on the ropes, back in 2014 it was on the rampage, and seemed unstoppable. The eventual victory of the Kurds against ISIS in Kobani was against the odds at the time, and showed that ISIS could be beaten.

There is now a church in Kobani, the first one in that area for decades, according to this article. I will type no more, but encourage you to read the article. Have a blessed Sunday. Link below:

https://www.nbcnews.com/news/world/life ... st-n963281
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Re: The situation in Syria

Postby TrueAndMagneticNorth » Sun Feb 17, 2019 5:45 am

Hi Friends,

Here is a little article which demonstrates a prime example of globalist interference in Syria. It’s about Angela Merkel, a globalist figure who has mastered the art of appearing harmless, while at the same time carrying out policies that are far from harmless. During the NATO-led destruction of Libya, for instance, Merkel, in public, did not seem to be particularly supportive of the regime change action in Libya.

German forces refrained from direct involvement. Meanwhile, at the very same time, the German government opened up its airspace and made its air bases fully available for NATO use against Libya. Furthermore, Germany sent more aircraft to Afghanistan, where it was already officially involved, to free up aircraft from its NATO allies in Afghanistan, which would then be used against Libya. Merkel is a classic example of a double-dealing, deceitful politician with a globalist agenda.

Now, she is criticising the US move to pull its forces out of Syria, because this would strengthen Russia and Iran, she says. This is another classic example of duplicity, and not minding one’s own business, while pretending that such concerns have a legitimate reason, in my firm opinion. The best thing all along, of course, would have been for no-one to interfere in Syria, or attack it, no matter who they were. That ship has long since sailed. The next best alternative is for an Assad-Iranian-Russian victory against al-queda, ISIS, etc, and for all western forces and their allies to get out and leave the country alone.

Therefore, Merkel’s comments are more slippery, globalist rhetoric in my opinion. A link to an article on this is below:

https://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/2019/0 ... ssia-iran/

I wish you a blessed Sunday, and week ahead.
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Re: The situation in Syria

Postby TrueAndMagneticNorth » Sun Mar 03, 2019 5:15 am

Hi Friends,

I wish to briefly discuss ISIS, which is currently faring poorly in Syria and Iraq.

Given that ISIS has persecuted Christians- and anyone else it disagrees with- in a genocidal manner, and has committed countless atrocities of a particularly brutal, sick and deranged manner, I am pleased to see it faring so poorly. With the blood of so many innocent people on its hands, what kind of person would lament its downfall? I can’t help but wonder if God almighty has had a hand in its downfall, if He has already judged it. Then again, I’m not God, and therefore do not understand His timing and His judgements, and perfect plans.

On a human, earthly level, I believe without doubt that the tables turned on ISIS when Russia intervened in Syria in 2015. The western countries eventually came to the party as well, particularly in Iraq. When it comes to ground forces, it has been largely the people’s of Syria and Iraq (including Kurds) and allies of these countries, such as Iran and Hezbollah, that have done the bloody work of ultimately overcoming ISIS.

Before Russian intervention, however, ISIS seemed unstoppable. And I heard at least one expert say that it couldn’t have risen so dramatically without covert help from actual nation states. It is a proven fact that Turkey was the major backer of ISIS, and I believe I’ve mentioned this in earlier posts. Saudi Arabia and Qatar, who share the same ideology as ISIS, are also known to have supported the terror group. While I don’t know of direct Israeli support for ISIS, it has virtually never ever bombed the terror group, even as it conducts hundreds of strikes on pro-Assad forces and infrastructure.

Moreover, when ISIS was at its height, I can remember an opinion poll of Iraqi citizens, which indicated that a clear majority believed the US was in cahoots with ISIS. One reason for this was the suggestion that a great number of US weapon drops to anti-ISIS fighters continued to ‘accidentally’ miss the target, and end up with ISIS fighters. There is also a lot of other evidence, though a lot of it could be described as circumstantial.

While I don’t doubt that US planes have bombed many ISIS targets, and US-backed fighters have fought ISIS on the ground, it would also be naive to disregard the possibility of high-level ongoing contacts between covert western elements, and ISIS leaders. This is the nature of our corrupt world, of course.

Moreover, I now wish to refer you to another article which indicates this, with a new revelation, indicating that ISIS leaders are allowed to escape, for the right price. Remember, at the end of WWII, the US brought tens of thousands of German scientists and other useful people back to the US to put them on the payroll.

Anyway, here is the article. I have no way of knowing for sure, but find its contents believable, and unsurprising. Also, it refers to various sources, with different agendas, that all, however, seem to back up the accusation of high-level co-ordination between the US and ISIS. Anyway, you could check it out, and make up your own mind. God bless. Link below:

https://www.infowars.com/us-army-takes- ... with-isis/
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