Tuesday, November 1, 2016

Lebanon's New President Michael Aoun: 'Ally Of Hezbollah' Vows To Retake Israeli Land, Latest Assault On Aleppo

The Lebanese parliament elected Michael Aoun as its president Monday, ending a two-and-half-year vacuum that threatened to destabilize the highly sectarian country.
Aoun, 81, a retired general from the Lebanese Civil War, is a polarizing figure whose Christian political party, the Free Patriotic Movement, is an ally of the terror group and political party Hezbollah.
Lebanon’s previous president, Michel Suleiman, stepped down in 2014. Since then, Lebanon’s major political parties, mainly controlled by competing sectarian Sunni and Shi’a Muslims, had been deadlocked in the search for a consensus president. Under the Lebanese Constitution, only a Christian can become president.
After taking the oath, Aoun said in a speech he will prioritize political stability for the country.
“I came at a hard time, and there is a lot of hope that I will overcome difficulties…The Lebanese need their state to protect their rights and obligations and for there to be a president who guarantees safety,” he said.
Aoun also promised to “release what is left of our lands from the Israeli occupation” referring to contested areas along the Lebanese-Israeli border

Militants led by designated terrorist organisation, Jabhat Al Nusra, now obliquely referred to by the Western media as “Jabhat Fateh al-Sham,” has spearheaded another attempt to disrupt security operations against militants trapped in Syria’s norther city of Aleppo.
Despite what is clearly a terrorist assault employing indiscriminate artillery fire provided by Grad rocket systems on an urban center and the use of suicide bombings employing vehicle-borne improvised explosive devices (VBIED), Western media organisations are attempting to depict the assault as a “rebel counter-attack” meant to “break” what it is depicting as a “siege” by Syria’s own military forces.
Reuters in their article, “Syrian rebels launch Aleppo counter-attack to break siege,” would claim:
It is particularly interesting to see Reuters attempt to depict the assault as a “rebel” operation, despite being unable to name a single “rebel” group, and admitting the leading role designated foreign terrorist organisation Jabhat Al Nusra is playing as well as the use of clearly terrorist tactics being employed.
Reuters continues by admitting much further down in its article that:
Fateh al-Sham played a big part in a rebel attack in July that managed to break the government siege on eastern Aleppo for several weeks before it was reimposed. 
Abu Youssef al-Mouhajir, an official from the powerful Ahrar al-Sham Islamist group, said the extent of cooperation between the different rebel factions was unusual, and that the largest axis of attack was on the western edge of the city.
Reuters is all but admitting that even the so-called “rebels” it attempts to credit the assault with are operating not under the banner of the “Free Syrian Army,” but ultimately under the banner of Jabhat Al Nusra, quite literally Al Qaeda in Syria.
Reuters concedes that this “complicates” US foreign policy in Syria, claiming that heavier weapons cannot be passed on to “rebels” in fear that they would immediately fall into the hands of terrorist groups “rebels” are clearly operating under. Reuters, however, never explains why any weapons at all would be provided to “rebel” groups so clearly and transparently in league with Jabhat Al Nusra in the first place.
Finally, Reuters claims:
Grad rockets were launched at Aleppo’s Nairab air base before the assault began said Zakaria Malahiji, head of the political office of the Aleppo-based Fastaqim rebel group, adding that it was going to be “a big battle”. 
The Observatory also said that Grad surface-to-surface rockets had struck locations around the Hmeimim air base, near Latakia.
Grad rockets are an effective weapon in combat on open terrain. In the confined urban environment of Aleppo, they are an indiscriminate weapon the West, its media and its human rights advocates have little trouble pointing out their use constitutes a war crime, but only when used by forces of nations the West seeks to undermine and ultimately overthrow. No mention of their indiscriminate, inappropriate nature when used in urban environments is made when used by forces backed by Western interests.

Also, Reuters’ inadvertently mentions the “rebel” group Fastaqim in the closing paragraphs of its report, a faction operating under the Aleppo-based Fatah Halab (Aleppo Conquest) coalition. It was revealed by the West’s own rights advocacy group, Amnesty International, in a post titled, “Syria: armed opposition group committing war crimes in Aleppo – new evidence,” that:
The Aleppo Conquest armed groups may have used chemical weapons, as well as ‘hell cannon’ gas canister munitions. 
Armed groups surrounding the predominantly Kurdish Sheikh Maqsoud district of Aleppo city have repeatedly carried out indiscriminate attacks – possibly including with chemical weapons – that have struck civilian homes, markets and mosques, killing and injuring civilians, and have displayed a shameful disregard for human life, said Amnesty International today.
Indeed, even groups described as “rebels” by the Western media, are guilty of serial offences that clearly make them terrorists, not “rebels.” The fact that this information is omitted from Reuters’ reports and the nature of these groups’ relationship with Al Qaeda affiliates made as intentionally nebulous as possible, reveals a common theme that has run through Western coverage of the Syrian conflict since it began; a concerted effort to conceal the true terroristic nature of so-called “rebels” in a bid to legitimize the illegitimate, and defend the indefensible.


Sarah Edwards said...

Scott, thank you for being obedient to the LORD. I trust you and I believe you have been faithful to HIM. I don't doubt for a second that you mean it when you say that you don't want this to be about you. GOD is rewarding your faithfulness with both dreams.

You mention "bluebeam" in your post. What is that? I've obviously missed that.

Yes, I've heard about Mars and that Obama has recently made a statement about the importance of America reaching Mars. What? He brought an end to NASA, so I was surprised when he mentioned the importance of Americans traveling to Mars. As I read your dream about Mars, I started thinking about Obama.

I have always thought that people would use space invaders to explain away the Rapture. They may start re-running old stories about people that were caught up in spaceships, remember those old stories? Maybe a lie will come out of the place in Nevada that supposedly conducted autopsies on aliens. I can't remember the name of the military base.

Thank you so much. I would like to request that if the LORD reveals any additional information, and HE leads you to share it, please do. I have told so many people about your faithfulness to HIM.

May GOD bless you Scott and keep you safe.

Lisa Allen

Scott said...

Thanks so much - I really appreciate the encouragement - it means more than you may know :)

I will certainly share any such revelations - and I agree wholeheartedly - I have always thought that somehow the whole UFO story would play into the explanation for the rapture and possibly be the "deception" that we see mentioned in thessalonians