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Cunning tyrant Bashar Al-Assad created ISIS with his strategy of terror

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by Walter William Safar

 This is important: Assad's secret agents in Iraq co-operated with Izzat Ibrahim al-Douri, the late dictator Saddam Hussein's right hand, known as the "King of clubs", and who - would you guess it? - was ISIS' main operative in Iraq

After he was killed in Tikrit, blueprints were discovered about how his confidente Haji Bakr worked wit the Syrian Intelligence (he was a former Iraqi military officer and senior commander of the ISIL terrorist group). It is interesting to see how Assad's airplanes target the Free Syrian Army with surgical precision, especially when they are about to free a region from ISIS, yet they have never targeted ISIS forces. New video show chlorine attack on civilians inSyria- http://www.cnn.com/videos/tv/2015/04/21/exp-erin-intv-turner-syria-chlorine-gas-attack.cnn

This is an excerpt from an article published by Der Spiegel, describing the secret coalition between the Syrian regime, the King of clubs and ISIS, operatively mediated by Haji Bakr:

The Terror Strategist: Secret Files Reveal the Structure of Islamic State

"But in the first months of 2014, yet another legacy from Haji Bakr began playing a decisive role: His decade of contacts to Assad's intelligence services.

In 2003, the Damascus regime was panicked that then-US President George W. Bush, after his victory over Saddam Hussein, would have his troops continue into Syria to topple Assad as well. Thus, in the ensuing years, Syrian intelligence officials organized the transfer of thousands of radicals from Libya, Saudi Arabia and Tunisia to al-Qaida in Iraq. Ninety percent of the suicide attackers entered Iraq via the Syrian route. A strange relationship developed between Syrian generals, international jihadists and former Iraqi officers who had been loyal to Saddam -- a joint venture of deadly enemies, who met repeatedly to the west of Damascus.

At the time, the primary aim was to make the lives of the Americans in Iraq hell. Ten years later, Bashar Assad had a different motive to breathe new life into the alliance: He wanted to sell himself to the world as the lesser of several evils. Islamist terror, the more gruesome the better, was too important to leave it up to the terrorists. The regime's relationship with Islamic State is -- just as it was to its predecessor a decade prior -- marked by a completely tactical pragmatism. Both sides are trying to use the other in the assumption that it will emerge as the stronger power, able to defeat the discrete collaborator of yesterday. Conversely, IS leaders had no problem receiving assistance from Assad's air force, despite all of the group's pledges to annihilate the apostate Shiites. Starting in January 2014, Syrian jets would regularly -- and exclusively -- bomb rebel positions and headquarters during battles between IS and rebel groups."

Friends told me to watch the third daily newscast on Croatian national television on April 17thm 2015 (http://www.hrt.hr/enz/dnevnik-3/280780/). Why? Because my dear friends, who fight for freedom and human rights, simply cannot stand the brutal dictator Assad!

Here's what's wrong: You are manipulating the facts regarding the dictator Bashar Al-Assad on the Croatian national television. Croatia paid too high a price in terms of human lives while fighting the tyrannt Slobodan Milošević, whom the brutal dictator Bashar Al-Assad is copying. You and the editors of the third news broadcast are presenting Bashar Al-Assad as some kind of factor when it comes to democratic values (let's push aside your tales about quoting the interview verbatim - to quote a tyrant's manipulations without giving the Syrian opposition the opportunity to voice themselves is akin to joining the tyrant's bandwagon). The report starts with the news anchor reading the following sentences from a teletype: "The situation in Syria is very dangerous, because there is no international organization who could protect Syria from other countries who use terrorists, and thus are destroying Syria..."

Observe this ghastly manipulation, courtesy of Bashar Al-Assad, who is doing an interview. For whom? The author of the report never explains it to the viewers, does he? Small wonder, especially knowing that the shadow puppetteer is the party's top censor, Radman. This is what liberal portals claim, and they do have a good grasp of the media. Let me inform the news editor of the fact that if anyone destroyed Syria, it was the brutal dictator Al-Assad himself, who sent hundreds of thousands of people to their deaths. Why is he guilty? This is what I will explain in this article, hoping that you and the well-paid public television news editors will read it with the respect it deserves and present the public with the flip side of the coin, thus unmasking Bashar Al-Assad. It is embarassing to see that, in the 21st century in the free European Union, there are people who can't seem to understand that dictatorship is one of the evils of human civilization (could this be a genetic heritage of the communist ideology, or is it merely within the nature of weak-spirited people - only the man in the mirror knows the answer). This is why public television has great responsibility. It should be noted that the news broadcast in question has its viewers in Bosnia and Herzegovina too, not just in Croatia.

In an article titled "Emperor Putin and Bashar Al-Assad", published by the independent portal "Akademija Art", I described the flip side of the coin. If you haven't had the opportunity to read it, let me quickly explain it. Why? Because watching your report on the interview left me with the feeling that Al-Assad is the single stability factor in the Middle East. Viewers might think that everyone in Syria, even Americans, are terrorists, apart from the "angelic" Bashar Al-Assad. Facts do not support it, though. Let's start at the beginning: Following the fall of the Tunisian dictator, the Arab spring knocked on the door of brutal Lybian dictator Gaddafi, and we know how he ended - like a sewer rat. His reign was cut short by the same people he had been brutally eradicating for decades. Of course, they wouldn't have succeeded without American, British and French support. Let us remember the moment when Gadaffi's blood-thirsty army advanced towards Benghazi, shelter for half a million civilians from other parts of Lybia. Gaddhafo claimed that he would kill them like rats, and if it wasn't for the Tomahawk missiles fired from American battleships, Gaddhafi's "army" would have massacred the civilians. Those who are fond of totalitarian regimes will say: There is only "chaos" in Lybia today and no one knows who's in charge of what; in Gaddhafi's time, everything was in order... Such scared people seem to be unable to peek outside from the darkness of Plato's cave, because facing the broad daylight might make them see that most Lybians are proud to live in freedom, and the beginnings of freedom are like the first steps of a child: it's all about falling and getting back on their feet again. It is the Lybian army who is destroying the ISIS terrorist units in Lybia, and they are successful at it.

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After Lybia, the Arab spring came round to Syria. The public television journalists could do worse than to do research and learn something about the Al-Assad dynasty, because they might learn that 342,000 civilians were murdered during Hafez Al-Assad's brutal rule. You can follow this link and read Malcolm Riffkind's article: The current Syrian dictator's father was a cold and merciless tyrant.
(http://www.slobodnaevropa.org/content/sirija_protesti_bashar_al_assad/24233555.html)

His son took over after the father's death, as if the state and its people were their property, which is typical of dictators. Once the Syrian people desired change, like the people of Tunisia and Lybia, Al-Assad sent his army to confront the unarmed protesters - students and others. He never intended to negotiate. Instead, he ordered sharpshooters to shoot at the protesters. Why? Because the Syrian people wanted to live like other free people worldwide (U.S.A., E.U., Japan, South Korea, Australia...) They weren't religious fanatics, as presented by Al-Assad's cunning diplomatic team. Why weren't they religious fanatics? Because the protesters expressly claimed that they wanted to live in a democratic Syria where everyone would be free, regardless of race, gender or religion. As a catholic christian, I feel that call of freedom as if it was my own. Isn't that the mission of faith, to respect the freedom of other religions like your own?

(Of course, and sadly, the leaders of all kinds of terrorist groups like Al-Qaeda observed it from their shadows waiting for the right moment to join in, but had the free world reacted in a timely fashion, these terrorist groups would never have had the opportunity to develop into dangerous terrorist movements like ISIS). Still, it's good to know that ISIS is not a grassroots movement. Who created the most brutal terrorist organization in the world, then? If you read this entire article, you will realize who it is.

All the Syrian nation wanted was freedom (the exiled Syrian opposition has clearly signed a contract promising to respect democratic standards, as did the Free Syrian Army). Because of these basic human requests, Al-Assad ordered the murder of civilians - students, children, mothers, the elderly - with chemical weapons. Have you ever seen a person dying in pain from chemical weapons?
http://www.cnn.com/2014/04/21/world/meast/syria-chemical-u-s-/

That wasn't enough to satisfy the executioner. He ordered his followers to underline it with barrel bombs. When the president of the U.S.A., Barack Obama, finally stated that the free world could no longer stand by and watch the chemical warfare waged against innocent mothers and children, the emperor Putin rose to defend Al-Assad. Who else stood by Assad? The Chinese Communist Party, Cuban president Castro, Venezuelan president Maduro, the Belarussian president... all of them either leaders of totalitarian regimes or fans thereof. It is interesting to know that it was Russia and China who vetoed the no-fly zone advocated by the U.S.A. and their allies at the UN Security Council, thus breathing new life into Assad. The Free Syrian Army fought Assad's well equipped army almost bare-handed, as did the Kurdish forces in the north of Syria. When the free world went on to arm the Free Syrian Army and the Kurds, Assad realized that things were getting serious, and he thought of a way to divert public attention and remain in power. So, if amyone created ISIS, the world's most brutal terrorist organization, it was certainly Bashar Al-Assad (it is interesting to know that the dictator himself admitted as much during a paid interview with the Portuguese television in 2014. He stated that they were still supporting the 'opposition' parts of the country by supplying them with money and medical supplies, meaning the parts of the country dominated by ISIS. When the interviewer asked him if that means that he is co-operating with ISIS, he was quick to deny it.). Many military analysts stated that Assad isn't just sending money and medical supplies to ISIS, but also his secrent agents to teach the terrorists.

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This is important: Assad's secret agents in Iraq co-operated with Izzat Ibrahim al-Douri, the late dictator Saddam Hussein's right hand, known as the "King of clubs", and who - would you guess it? - was ISIS' main operative in Iraq. After he was killed in Tikrit, blueprints were discovered about how his confidente Haji Bakr worked wit the Syrian Intelligence (he was a former Iraqi military officer and senior commander of the ISIL terrorist group). It is interesting to see how Assad's airplanes target the Free Syrian Army with surgical precision, especially when they are about to free a region from ISIS, yet they have never targeted ISIS forces. This is an excerpt from an article published by Der Spiegel, describing the secret coalition between the Syrian regime, the King of clubs and ISIS, operatively mediated by Haji Bakr:

The Terror Strategist: Secret Files Reveal the Structure of Islamic State

"But in the first months of 2014, yet another legacy from Haji Bakr began playing a decisive role: His decade of contacts to Assad's intelligence services.

In 2003, the Damascus regime was panicked that then-US President George W. Bush, after his victory over Saddam Hussein, would have his troops continue into Syria to topple Assad as well. Thus, in the ensuing years, Syrian intelligence officials organized the transfer of thousands of radicals from Libya, Saudi Arabia and Tunisia to al-Qaida in Iraq. Ninety percent of the suicide attackers entered Iraq via the Syrian route. A strange relationship developed between Syrian generals, international jihadists and former Iraqi officers who had been loyal to Saddam -- a joint venture of deadly enemies, who met repeatedly to the west of Damascus.

At the time, the primary aim was to make the lives of the Americans in Iraq hell. Ten years later, Bashar Assad had a different motive to breathe new life into the alliance: He wanted to sell himself to the world as the lesser of several evils. Islamist terror, the more gruesome the better, was too important to leave it up to the terrorists. The regime's relationship with Islamic State is -- just as it was to its predecessor a decade prior -- marked by a completely tactical pragmatism. Both sides are trying to use the other in the assumption that it will emerge as the stronger power, able to defeat the discrete collaborator of yesterday. Conversely, IS leaders had no problem receiving assistance from Assad's air force, despite all of the group's pledges to annihilate the apostate Shiites. Starting in January 2014, Syrian jets would regularly -- and exclusively -- bomb rebel positions and headquarters during battles between IS and rebel groups."

Isn't this obvious proof of the fact that the Syrian regime has been organizing the most dangerous terrorist organizations for decades? It is very interesting to know that in early 2014 thousands of armed ISIS fighters were allowed to pass through central Syria, which was controlled by Assad's regime army, and the ISIS fighters were moving towards Iraq (spreading chaos to other neighbouring countries is a strategy that suits Al-Assad). Had Putin not vetoed every American resolution put forward to the UN Security Council, Bashar Al-Assad would have fallen and the brutal terrorist organization ISIS would never have been created, nor would it spread to Iraq and North Africa. So, Bashar Al-Assad and Putin are the ones to blame for the evil that ensued.

It is also interesting to see the method that emperor Putin applies to decide how to tear the Ukraine to pieces: wherever there is Russian person, it must also be Russian soil. Isn't that the scenario used by all crazy dictators, like Slobodan Milošević, the butcher of the Balkans? How about Stalin or Hitler? Aren't the chetniks who volunteer within the Russian special units in occupied Crimea the same ones who were destroying the Croatian hero city of Vukovar? It was precisely these proud chetniks whom the HTV team filmed while they were marching towards Crimea in chetnik uniforms, with their beards down to their knees and, of course, accompanied by a veritable army of well-armed Putin's volunteers. You can read all about it in my article titled „Tzar Putin & Bashar All Assad" at: http://www.akademija-art.hr/pano/walter-william-safar/31671-w-w-safar-tzar-putin-bashar-al-assad

So, Croatia was just as brutally assaulted by the Serb chetnik JNA army and by those who inspired them ideologically (the social-nationalist academics of SANU), as the Ukraine is by Putin. And it is interesting to see that all have been using the same methods, as is the tyrant Bashar Al-Assad.

Eventually, it begs the question: why? And in whose interest is it to manipulate the facts on public television? Is it the fear of some bosses and gloomy party censors from the shadows? Fear kills the soul as well as dignity.

Those who bend lose themselves. Life teaches us that, once we lose ourselves, we don't just lose freedom, but we also lose out emotions, and life without emotions is the mother of all punishments for anyone, because emotions conceive all those noble values that make life worth living: compassion, sadness, happiness, love, hope and faith. When your soul is free, there is no darkness that can hide the brand new day's face from you.

Dear audience, even though the capricious winds of destiny sometimes throw us into the dark, we should not lose faith, because faith is the great guardian of human emotions, and then you feel so good as if you could easily fly into those higher, sacred domains - to the turquoise road of dreams that our beloved stars are traveling.

Without the freedom of the individual, there is no free nation. Without humane humans, there is no humane system because, lest we forget, the system isn't created by robots and computers, but by every person as a free individual. I would like to conclude by saying that each person is intelligent to the point that they are capable of fighting for their own freedom, and doing good unto others.

We should never forget those values that make us human: compassion, love, honesty, conscience, MOTHER NATURE, freedom and faith. Let us not forget that a strong spirit is a person's best ally in times of temptation. In the thick forest of temptation, a man without conscience is like a lamp without oil.

We should treat other humans in a manner that is more humane, because those who vow to love mankind should know that there is no mankind without man.

A man's heart is small, but it is surrounded by the immensity of its soul.

 

A nation reveals itself not only by the man it produces, but also by the men it honors.

JOHN F. KENNEDY PRESIDENT
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