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Russia Today: The Truthseeker - 9/11 and Operation Gladio

Americans who still deny the possibility that elements within the US government were responsible for the 9/11 attacks are the reason why situations like Syria exist. http://youtu.be/vka7Da6e9LY



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President Hafez Assad, Syria 1982. Father of Bashar Assad.


Hafez Assad, 1982. 3 minute speech to the Syrian people. Foreigners are at our gate.

Between 1976 - 1982 Syria faced a terror wave launched by the Muslim Brotherhood terrorist organization supported by the 'friends of Syria' back then, today we see a repeat with more media coverage. Late Hafez Assad addressed the people then in 1982 after winning the war against them, and today June 10, 2013 after 10 years exactly of his death, we remember his words.

["Foreigners are at our gate." Powerful rhetoric espoused by many a dictator. Note the relationships among Assad's friends & foes. Like father like son? Dislike father, dislike son?]

Presidential succession: Hafez Assad (father) & Basar Assad (son) ~ Father & Son

Hafez al-Assad died on June 10, 2000. In the days following his death, Syria's parliament quickly voted to lower the minimum age for presidential candidates from 40 to 34, so that Bashar could be eligible for the office. Ten days after Hafez's death, Bashar al-Assad was chosen for a seven-year term as president of Syria. In a public referendum, running unopposed, he received 97 percent of the vote. He was also selected leader of the Ba'ath Party and commander in chief of the military.

Bashar was considered a younger-generation Arab leader, who would bring change to Syria, a region long filled with aging dictators. He was well-educated, and many believed he would be capable of transforming his father's iron-rule regime into a modern state. Influenced by his western education and urban upbringing, Bashar initially seemed eager to implement a cultural revolution in Syria.
http://www.biography.com/people/bashar-al-assad-20878575

Disclaimer: Mark Twain (1835-1910-To be continued) is unlicensed. His river pilot's license went delinquent in 1862. Caution advised. Daily Paul

Joyeux anniversaire, monsieur le président Bashar al-Assad


http://youtu.be/FMtq8179wNg

Born on September 11, 1965. Bashar al-Assad had no intention of entering political life, let alone becoming president of Syria. But a tragic death and a calculating father saw to it that he would. Though promising to be a transformational figure who would propel Syria into the 21st century, al-Assad failed, and has instead followed in the footsteps of his father...

With so much confusion. There is trouble in the town!

Disclaimer: Mark Twain (1835-1910-To be continued) is unlicensed. His river pilot's license went delinquent in 1862. Caution advised. Daily Paul

Truthseeker...

like RT 'inhouse' Alex Jones
here's the Truthseeker playlist
http://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLPszygYHA9K1yU3SXHOoC7...

It has its place in alternative media... and rightly should.
I wouldn't use it to convince Mom and Dad though.
Cheers,
G.