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Public meeting at Melbourne Unitarian Church on Wednesday 6 March for Peace in Syria

As a result of the wars and sanctions against Iraq since 1990, found by the UK Government's own Chilcot Inquiry in 2012 to have been illegal, 3.3 million Iraqis have died and many more have fled, including 1.2 million to Syria, according to Wikipedia. Knowing that the same people who invaded Iraq, Afghanistan and Libya are now arming, supplying and paying the so-called "Free Syrian Army" (FSA), Syrian patriots are fighting hard against the FSA killers -- and winning.

Please attend a public meeting at 7.30PM on Wednesday 6 March for peace in Syria at the Unitarian Church, 110 Grey Street, East Melbourne. (The previously advertised time of 6.30PM was wrong. Our apologies.)

In order to boost the numbers of fighters, sadly depleted by almost two years of savage fighting, Syrian women are now being enlisted into the armed forces as shown in this YouTube video on the Syrian Girl Partisan's YouTube channel. This channel is an excellent resource with which to arm yourself against lies from the mainstream media such as the Guardian article Brothers in arms: the 10 brothers fighting for the Syrian uprising of 22 February by Martin Chulov.

How you can help save lives and help Syria save itself from the New World Order

If you live close to Melbourne Victoria, please attend a public meeting for Peace in Syria.

Venue: Melbourne Unitarian Church Hall, 110 Grey Street, East Melbourne

Date: Wednesday 6 March

Time: 6:30PM

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The film in here is terrific! It clearly and quickly lists signs of the shock doctrine (which the speaker calls 'The New World Order) as described by Naomi Klein in The Shock Doctrine a few years ago. I was particularly moved by Syrian Partisan Girl's reference to how the new Egyptian government had signed away their country's banking and taken on debt. Syria's still has public banking owned by the state.
I want to congratulate candobetter on this article.

Terrorism with a “Human Face”: The History of America’s Death Squads

by Professor Michel Chossudovsky, published on Global Research on 4 January 2103 and in Nexus Magazine.

Death Squads in Iraq and Syria. The Historical Roots of US-NATO's Covert War on Syria

The recruitment of death squads is part of a well established US military-intelligence agenda. There is a long and gruesome US history of covert funding and support of terror brigades and targeted assassinations going back to the Vietnam war.

As government forces continue to confront the self-proclaimed "Free Syrian Army" (FSA), the historical roots of the West's covert war on Syria -- which has resulted in countless atrocities -- must be fully revealed.

From the outset in March 2011, the US and its allies have supported the formation of death squads and the incursion of terrorist brigades in a carefully planned undertaking.

The recruitment and training of terror brigades in both Iraq and Syria was modeled on the "Salvador Option", a "terrorist model" of mass killings by US sponsored death squads in Central America. It was first applied in El Salvador, in the heyday of resistance against the military dictatorship, resulting in an estimated 75,000 deaths.

The formation of death squads in Syria builds upon the history and experience of US sponsored terror brigades in Iraq, under the Pentagon's "counterinsurgency" program.

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In addition to poverty, backwardness, repression, rapid population growth, religious and ethnic hatred, "Arab Springs", and stateless peoples (such as the Kurds and the Palestinians), the region has unstable borders. The Middle East is in the eye of the turmoil of a global cyclone of change and unrest.

Almost 70,000 people have been killed in what has become one of the most brutal conflicts this century.

An estimated 80,000 are sleeping rough in caves, parks or barns. An estimated 300,000 people have been wounded and desperately require medical care, but more than half of all Syria's hospitals have been damaged

Escalating conflicts in the Middle East threaten to engulf neighboring countries like Lebanon into a "vortex" of unrest, a U.N. official said. U.N. Under-Secretary-General for Political Affairs Jeffrey Feltman said "Regrettably, the warring parties remain locked in a military logic which is bound to bring more death and destruction." Additionally, he said: “We are concerned at any actions that risk drawing Lebanon into the conflict in Syria.”

The "vortex" could suck in the rest of the world too.

Despite heavy criticisms of North Korea's nuclear testing, the US remains the only country to have used nuclear weapons against another nation. The US has approximately 5,113 nuclear warheads, including tactical, strategic, and non-deployed weapons. According to the latest official New START Treaty declaration, the United States actively positions 1,722 strategic nuclear warheads on 806 deployed ICBMs, SLBMs, and strategic bombers. [1]

President Obama has increased the budget for nuclear weapons and the weapons complex. The president doesn’t like to talk about it as much — he prefers the lofty speech about a world free of nuclear weapons — but the truth is that in this realm he’s a big spender.
http://articles.washingtonpost.com/2012-08-31/opinions/35490294_1_nuclear-weapons-nuclear-warheads-and-bombs-nuclear-stockpile

The United States has the most accurate, powerful and modern nuclear force in the world. The long-term US funding of anti-government programs in Syria has raised questions about the types of groups being supported. The argument that the US and its allies have only armed the “moderate” rebels is a deeply flawed one. Weapons are in high demand by all rebel factions and there is little means to effectively prevent arms from gravitating toward hardcore Al-Qaeda fighters. The track record of allied Western and Gulf states shows that they are more interested in enabling terrorism for their own purposes rather than preventing it.

Population growth is creating difficulties for economic and human development in the Arab world in general. In addition to population size, the poor quality of education is not producing a knowledgeable young people who are innovative and competitive. The Middle East is host to the largest refugee population in the world. As the demand for the scarce resource increases in the developing Middle East, water could be a source of regional destabilization as well as a political tool or target for terrorist attacks. The world won't need heavy explosive weapons in the future against enemies, or to keep "peace", but scarcities of natural resources will limit human-caused aggression.

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  1. See North Korea and the United States: Will the Real Aggressor Please Stand Down? of 4 Mar 2013 by Kevin Zeese and Margaret Flowers in Global Research for a most chilling read about all the wars that have been fought against Korea since 1866 including the Korean War of 1950-1953 in which nearly a third of 'North' Korea's population of 8-9 people were killed.