HOLOCAUST & GAZA SURVIVORS -Past & Now January 24, 2009Posted by infidelkafirwatch in Uncategorized.
Tags: Ethnic Cleansing, Gaza, Genocide, History, holocaust, Israel, Jews, killing, Lebanon, Muslims, Nazi, New Cold war, nuclear, Palestine, Photography, Russia, War Crimes, World War III, Zionist
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THE GRANDCHILDREN OF HOLOCAUST SURVIVORS FROM WORLD WAR II ARE DOING TO THE PALESTINIANS EXACTLY WHAT WAS DONE TO THEM BY NAZI GERMANY …
BUILDING WALLS & FENCES TO KEEP PEOPLE IN PRISONS
Hitler Yesterday ~ Israel Today
THE CLASSIC PROPAGANDA MACHINE – YOU WILL FIND THE PICTURE IN BLACK & WHITE IN ALL AMERICAN AND SOME OTHER WESTERN COUNTRIES HISTORY BOOKS, ENCYCLOPAEDIAS, LIBRARIES, MUSEUMS… THAT DEPICTS A YOUNG JEWISH BOY WITH HIS HANDS UP WHILE NAZI TROOPS POINT THEIR GUNS AT HIM AND HIS FAMILY IN ORDER TO EXPEL THEM FROM THEIR HOMES… (IT’S SUPPOSED TO MAKE YOU SYMPATHIZE WITH THE VICTIMS & TO SUPPORT THEIR CAUSE FOR JUSTICE & A HOMELAND)
THE ISRAELIS PRACTICE THE SAME TACTIC
Gaza media blackout – 28 Nov 08 December 30, 2008Posted by infidelkafirwatch in Uncategorized.
Tags: holocaust, Israel, Jews, killing, Lebanon, media blackout, Muslims, Nazi, New Cold war, nuclear, Palestine, race war, Russia, Syria, terrorist, World War III, Zionist
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A holocaust in the making by Israel, while the world see, hears nothing.
The images you are not supposed to see: the wounds of Tskhinvali August 26, 2008Posted by infidelkafirwatch in Uncategorized.
Tags: Israel, nuclear arms race, Ossetia Independence, Russia, US, War in South Ossetia, World War III
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A New Cold War Looms August 24, 2008Posted by infidelkafirwatch in Uncategorized.
Tags: Barack Obama, looms, Mccain, New Cold war, Ossetia, Russia
The Russia-Georgia conflict has brought to the surface a long-term U.S. strategy – shared by Republican and Democratic foreign policy experts alike – to encircle Russia and prevent its reemergence as a rival power.
In hitting back against Georgia’s attack on South Ossetia, Moscow was, in effect, declaring that the post-Cold War pattern of Russia acceding to American encroachments had gone too far.
Now, as foreign policy analyst Pepe Escobar reports, a new Cold War looms with hawkish Republican John McCain taking the lead in denouncing Russia, but with Democrat Barack Obama tagging along.
Making Money on a New Cold War August 24, 2008Posted by infidelkafirwatch in Uncategorized.
Tags: Gerorgia, Israe, New Cold war, Russia, Syria, US, war
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The Russia-Georgia clash has generated heated anti-Moscow rhetoric from John McCain and U.S. neoconservatives about a new Cold War, a prospect that most people might see in a negative light but which many military contractors surely view as a financial plus.
One unstated reality about revived tensions between Washington and Moscow is that it will mean a bonanza in military spending – billions of additional dollars for anti-missile weapons systems, larger armies, construction of new bases in Eastern Europe, etc.
Indeed, the spending on Cold War II could dwarf what military contractors are now making on the “war on terror” – and the prospect of spending on both conflicts simultaneously should make arms industry executives drool.
Others who stand to profit grandly from a new East-West showdown include tough-talking politicians and their friends in Washington think tanks – like Heritage, AEI and CSIS – that have long fattened up on contributions from the defense industry and related corporations.
There would be losers, too, like taxpayers who would see more of their dollars go to “national security” and less to domestic needs, from repairs to the crumbling infrastructure to the costs of health care, education, the environment and Social Security.
But, in many ways, the exploitation of Cold War fears – to divert money away from domestic needs to the coffers of what Dwight Eisenhower dubbed “the military-industrial complex” – is nothing new.
Arguably, the original Cold War ended under Eisenhower’s former Vice President, Richard Nixon, who as President returned from Moscow in 1972 carrying a strategic agreement that he had reached with what was already a rapidly decaying Soviet Union.
“In Moscow, we witnessed the beginning of the end of that era which began in 1945,” Nixon said. “With this step, we have enhanced the security of both nations. We have begun to reduce the level of fear, by reducing the causes of fear, our two peoples, and for all the peoples of the world.”
Nixon unveiled a new era of realpolitik cooperation between Washington and Moscow that he called “détente.”
However, while reducing fears and lowering tensions might be good news for many people, it wasn’t welcomed by the corporations that profited from the fears and the tensions, nor by the intellectual hired guns who had built lucrative careers in politics, media and academia by exaggerating those fears and exacerbating those tensions.
So, Nixon’s era of “détente” was short-lived. After his ouster over the Watergate scandal in 1974, a new batch of Cold Warriors – some operating from conviction and others from expediency – returned to the old patterns of hyping threats and stoking paranoia.
In 1975, with President Gerald Ford confronting an internal Republican challenge from Ronald Reagan on the Right, many key figures associated with “détente” were purged, while hard-liners were given key jobs.
The so-called Halloween Massacre saw Henry Kissinger, the chief architect of détente, stripped of his post as national security adviser to be replaced by Gen. Brent Scowcroft; James Schlesinger was out as Defense Secretary while Donald Rumsfeld was in; CIA Director William Colby lost his job to George H.W. Bush; and Dick Cheney was promoted to Ford’s White House chief of staff.
Soon, alarming rumors began spreading around Washington about a new Soviet secret weapon, a nuclear-armed submarine that was undetectable to American technology. These Soviet subs could be lurking off the Atlantic and Pacific coasts ready to launch a nuclear attack without warning, a frightened public was told. [read more]
Israel and US be scared. August 23, 2008Posted by infidelkafirwatch in Uncategorized.
Tags: Israel and US be scared, Russia, Syria Missile system, War in Middle East
What is Russia’s Navy doing in Syria, if not threatening Israel?
Continuing on from my previous posts, it was brought to my attention by morris108 that Syria are dedicated in hosting Russia in Middle East.
The significance of Russia sending her Navy to Syria.
It is a tit for tat for the Americans / NATO presence in the Black Sea.
Israel is the crown Jewel of the US & NATO’s endeavors. To threaten Israel is to threaten the current raison d’etre of the West.Israel has never faced so much potential hostile firepower in its vicinity ever!Presumably the more the West (through NATO) ups the ante in or about Georgia, the more the Russians can counter by supplying the Syrians (and therefore) Hizbollah.
It would appear that political manoeuvring, like suggesting the Americans convene another Middle East peace conference, prior to Russia’s in October is all hot air when compared to arms on the ground.
There must be alarm bells going off in Israel. A flotilla of advanced Russian ships arriving next door to Israel.
One response has been a behind the scenes effort to cool the US / Russia relationship.
The dust has hardly settled on the Georgian conflict, this show of force by the Russian Navy needs to be seen as part of that conflict. From a Russian perspective, Israel armed, nurtured and possibly triggered the killing of Russian soldiers and citizens.Russia’s intelligence agency the FSB is very clear in the extent of Israeli involvement. The Israeli Navy fared very badly in Lebanon in 2006. Presumably they are now monitoring every detail.
Syria is lapping it all up and showing support for Russia. The President of Syria was the first foreign head of state to visit Moscow since the Georgian conflict ended. Not a moment was wasted. Syria has been nurturing Russian ties at all times and this year has reportedly already purchased Mig 31s, a very advanced fighter aircraft, billed as ‘defensive’ [read more]
Shimon Perez “Dont place Russian Missiles in Syria” August 22, 2008Posted by infidelkafirwatch in Uncategorized.
Tags: Israel, Missile in Syria, Russia, Shimon Perez
Israel Expresses Concerns Over Possible Russia-Syria Arms Deal
(RTTNews) - Israel’s President Shimon Peres and Foreign Minister Tzipi Livni on Thursday expressed concerns over a possible Russia-Syria arms deal, saying it would destabilize the Middle East.
Earlier, Syrian President Bashar al-Assad had offered to let Russia deploy surface-to-surface Iskander missiles in its territory to counter the US missile shield program in Eastern Europe.
Israel’s Prime Minister Shimon Peres expressed concerns over the possibility of Russia deploying missiles in Syria and warned that such a move would destabilize not only the Middle East, but the entire world as well.
“Weapons of mass destruction are less dangerous without a means for launching them, but once a launching system is developed, the situation will be terrible,” Israel’s Army Radio quoted Peres as saying.
Meanwhile Israeli Foreign Minister Tzipi Livni also expressed her concerns about the possibility of a Russia-Syria arms deal, saying that it would destabilize the entire Middle East.
“It is a mutual interest of Russia, of Israel and of the pragmatic leaders and states in the region not to send long-range missiles to Syria,” she said, pointing out Syria’s alleged links with Iran, Hamas and Hezbollah.
Their remarks came after Russian foreign minister Sergei Lavrov said earlier on Thursday that Moscow is prepared to supply Syria with defensive weapons that would “not disturb the strategic balance in the region.” [source]
New arms deal between Syria, Russia threatens Israel August 22, 2008Posted by infidelkafirwatch in Uncategorized.
Tags: Arms deal, Russia, Syria, Threatens Israel
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LONDON — Syria is expected to conclude a massive arms deal with Russia later this month that strategic analysts assert will significantly erode, though not actually destroy, Israel’s qualitative military edge.
The deal, estimated to be worth $2 billion to $3 billion, has been in the works for two years and is expected to be sealed when Syrian Defense Minister Mustafa Tlas leads a high-level Syrian delegation to Moscow for 10 days of intensive talks in late February.
Among the Russian weapons systems Syria is reportedly seeking are Sukhoi-27 fighter aircraft, T-80 tanks, S-300 anti-aircraft and anti-missile Sam systems. The Sams are said to be equivalent to U.S. Patriot missiles.
According to one strategic analyst, the negotiations hit two snags before agreement was reached: The first was Syria’s residual debt — estimated at some $12 billion — to the former Soviet Union; the second was its inability to finance fresh arms purchases.
Moscow signaled its willingness to find a solution to the debt problem when it approved the sale of 1,000 anti-tank missiles to Syria last year, a $200 million contract that has been described as “an appetizer” compared to the upcoming deal.
This latest agreement will be significant for Syria on several counts, according to leading Arab strategic analyst Kassem Mohammad Jaafar.
On one level, he told the London-based daily newsletter Mideast Mirror, it would constitute the first major military deal Syria has concluded with Russia since the demise of the Soviet Union, marking the resumption of strategic cooperation between Damascus and Moscow.
On another level, the acquisition of state-of-the-art weapons by the Syrian armed forces would greatly enhance Syria’s military capability, Jaafar said. He added that the Sukhoi-27 aircraft is regarded as equivalent, if not superior, to the U.S.-made F-15 fighter jets that Israel currently has in its arsenal.
Moreover, the T-80 is one of the newest generation of tanks, while the S-300 system would enable Syria to defend itself against both missile and air strikes.
Equally important are other aspects of the deal, which involve the supply of spare parts, the upgrading of weapons systems and the support and modernization of Syria’s armed forces.
Moreover, the deal will return Russia as a major player in the Middle East, an ambition that is believed to have been accelerated since the appointment in September of pro-Arab Yevgeny Primakov as Russian prime minister.
In a related development, British intelligence sources reported that sophisticated Russian technology is being transferred to Damascus to aid Syria’s chemical weapons project.
Quoting the intelligence sources, the London Times reported that unofficial secret links have been found between Russian technical experts and Syria aimed at helping Damascus produce advanced chemical weapons.
“It is now feared that sophisticated Russian technology has been passed to Syria by former members of Moscow’s chemical weapons project,” the article said.
Through unofficial exchanges with these experts, Syria is thought to have acquired the technology for dispersing chemical agents, including VX nerve gas, via bombs from aircraft and warheads on surface-to-surface missiles.
The Syrians have also reportedly shown interest in acquiring more lethal chemicals that were developed in Russia in the 1980s.
Until the mid-1990s, Syria focused on the production of sarin nerve gas, but Damascus is now developing VX independently and is believed to have test-fired missiles armed with this agent. One test was reported to have been conducted near Damascus in May.
Tags: Arms deal, Russia, Syria, World War III
The Russian aircraft carrier “Admiral Kuznetsov” is ready to head from Murmansk towards the Mediterranean and the Syrian port of Tartus. The mission comes after Syrian President Bashar Assad said he is open for a Russian base in the area. The “Admiral Kuznetsov”, part of the Northern Fleet and Russia’s only aircraft carrier, will head a Navy mission to the area. The mission will also include the missile cruiser “Moskva” and several submarines, Newsru.com reports.
President Assad in meetings in Moscow this week expressed support to Russia’s intervention in South Ossetia and Georgia. He also expressed interest in the establishment of Russian missile air defence facilities on his land.
The “Admiral Kuznetsov” also last year headed a navy mission to the Mediterranean. Then, on the way from the Kola Peninsula and south, it stopped in the North Sea where it conducted a navy training exercise in the immediate vicinity of Norwegian offshore installations. [read more]
If the Polish could accept the US missile deal and increase their presence in the area, then why can’t Russia do a deal with Syria or other Muslim nations.
All is fair in love and war…
Tags: Anti-missile, nuclear, Poland, Russia, USA & Poland missile shields
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Russia threatened a nuclear strike against Poland after a landmark deal to site American global anti-missile shields in the country.
Only 24 hours after the weapons agreement was signed Russia’s deputy chief of staff warned Poland “is exposing itself to a strike 100 per cent”.
General Anatoly Nogovitsyn said that any new US assets in Europe could come under Russian nuclear attack with his forces targeting “the allies of countries having nuclear weapons”.
He told Russia’s Interfax news agency: “By hosting these, Poland is making itself a target. This is 100 per cent certain. It becomes a target for attack. Such targets are destroyed as a first priority.”
Russia’s nuclear rhetoric marks an intense new phase in the war of words over Georgia. The Caucasus conflict has spiralled into a Cold War style confrontation between Moscow and Washington in less than a week.
The stand off between the two cold War powers was underlined by Russian president Dmitry Medvedev, who dismissed US claims that the silo is a deterrent against ‘rogue states’ like Iran as “a fairy tale”. He told reporters at the Black Sea resort of Sochi: “The deployment of new missile defence facilities in Europe is aimed against the Russian Federation.”
President George W. Bush in a brief but pointed statement earlier in the day said: “The Cold War is over… Bullying and intimidation are not acceptable ways to conduct foreign policy in the 21st century.”
Mr Bush, who is demanding an immediate withdrawal of Russian troops from Georgia now that that a ceasefire deal has been signed, added: “Only Russia can decide whether it will now put itself back on the path of responsible nations or continue to pursue a policy that promises only confrontation and isolation,”
Russia’s deteriorating relationship with the West was strained further when US Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice yesterday visited Georgian capital Tbilisi and concluded a ceasefire deal with Russia. It was the highest profile gesture of American political support for Georgia’s embattled government since the conflict began. [read more]