I have previously alerted people to the evil Brookings regime change plot presently centered around Syria. Now we see evidence that this is being enacted. Syria Iran & Iraq appear to have formed an anti ISIS alliance and appear to be winning. The response from Cameron’s puppeteers appear to be using the probably false flag attacks in Tunisa as an excuse to circumvent parliament and rope us into a war that is likely to rapidly escalate. Note Israeli downed jets painted up as Saudi & nuke attack on Yemen, the response from Yemen appears to be Yemen using Scuds & other missiles to attack Saudi military bases. Slowly but surely the whole region is going up. ( see Operation Dropshot strategic goals and escalation scenario are the same ).
These sinister fools may well be the death of us all.
The RAF has flown more than 300 missions against IS positions in Iraq since Parliament approved bombing raids last September.
But it is not authorised to launch attacks against the terror network in Syria, where IS is strongest.
Downing Street last night confirmed MPs will get a fresh vote before Britain joins the United States in launching bombing raids in Syria.
The Prime Minister has reserved the right to act without approval if a specific threat to Britain is identified.
Barack Obama has been privately urging Mr Cameron for months to join the fight against IS in Syria, where the terror group has its command and control centres.
The Prime Minister is thought to be sympathetic to the idea.
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Deconstructing Syria: Towards a regionalized strategy for a confederal country
The idea would be to help moderate elements establish reliable safe zones within Syria once they were able . American, as well as Saudi and Turkish and British and Jordanian and other Arab forces would act in support, not only from the air but eventually on the ground via the presence of special forces as well.
It is time for a major change of approach. No large – scale war effort is required . But a substantial intensification of the American, as well as British and Jordanian and Turkish and GCC roles, in the war will be needed. That said, a U.S. role in a future stabilization force could certainly reach or exceed 20, 000 personnel in strength, scaling from the Balkans and other such precedents, should a formal peace accord ever prove possible.
In sum, much greater tactical risk to U.S. forces will have to be accepted in Syria . But the risks are roughly of a magnitude as those now faced in Afghanistan. And the strategic risks of today’s failing strategy for Syria are greater than the tactical risks associated with this new, ink – spot approach that envisions deconstructing Syria into a more confederal state. We need not rush into this new strategy. But we do need to get on with it.
The Yemeni forces hit the Al-Salsabil military base in Wadi Al-Dawasir district of Riyadh with Scud missiles today.
Yemeni Army Spokesman Brigadier General Sharaf Luqman said in a statement that the missile has hit its target precisely.
“The Yemen scud missile attack came in reaction to the Saudi aggression and airstrikes against Yemen,” Luqman said.
“Despite our warnings by targeting Khalid bin Abdul-Aziz airbase in Khamis Musheet as a message to the Saudi-led aggressors to stop attacks and injustice against the Yemeni people, the Saudi regime is continuing its airstrikes,” Luqman said.
On Monday, the Yemeni army and Ansarullah fighters launched missile attacks on the Saudi military bases in Dhahran in Assir province.
Local sources informed that the Yemeni forces have also attacked several Saudi military bases in Jizan.
Israeli F16’s Falling from the Skies over Yemen
Posted by Ian Greenhalgh on May 25, 2015
Two Israeli F16’s, painted as Saudi, burning on the ground in Yemen, pilots “In the Wind”
This week two F16s were shot down over Yemen. When the wreckage was examined, both were found to be of types never supplied to an Arab nation, not Saudi Arabia, not anyone. The only “buyer” in the region for that type of plane is Israel.
With two Israeli planes downed this week, fresh Saudi markings painted on them, and a strong confirmation of a tactical thermonuclear attack on a Yemeni airbase, a neutron bomb attack (NRR No Residual Radiation), the Yemen war is now clearly an Israeli war.
Photo analysis of the shot down F-16 in Yemen show that they are the early model; block A/B F-16 ground attack configuration version (it has the small or what is called the short tail) with Royal Saudi Air Force markings being newly painted on the air frame. All of the so-called Arab coalition aircraft are block C/D not A/B.
So this is probably one of the 50 surplus US F-16 A models given to Israel during the Clinton administration or it is a recently surplus ex-NATO aircraft either from Italy or Portugal. The only other option is that they were directly supplied from the US covertly. We need a serial no. or tail number to confirm which production block they came from.
Nuclear War has Begun in Yemen
The Chechen fighters who were some of the most well-trained terrorists had entered Saida town in Eastern Reef (countryside of) Daraa and hid in a cottage.
The Syrian army forces tracked down the Chechen group’s moves to the cottage and then received the order to destroy the hideout and kill all those residing in it.
The cottage was then destroyed when the Chechen snipers had a meeting with one of their ringleaders and tens of them were killed and wounded, most of them in critical conditions.
Also in April, at least 50 Chechen terrorists were killed in the Northwestern province of Idlib as the Syrian warplanes launched several strikes against the positions of the Takfiri militants.
The Syrian fighter jets targeted the fighting positions of the Takfiri terrorists in Idlib and its nearby areas, killing more than 50 Chechen militants.
Syria has been grappling with a deadly crisis since March 2011. The violence fuelled by Takfiri groups has so far claimed the lives of over 210,000 people, according to reports. New figures show that over 76,000 people, including thousands of children, lost their lives in Syria last year.
Over 3.8 million Syrians have left their country since the beginning of the crisis. According to reports, more than seven million Syrians have become internally displaced.
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