New intelligence on the ongoing subversion attempt by NATO in Syria suggests that NATO strategists have decided on a subversion model that best can be described as a hybrid of the Chechnyan model and the Brzezinski created Color Revolution – Arab Spring Subversion. Financial links to the attempt of the post-modern coup d´etat and recruitment of insurgents can be traced to Saudi Arabia. Meanwhile, the constructive dialog between reformist initiative takers and the government proceed. by Dr. Christof Lehmann
If U.S. President Obama would live up to his campaign promise of listening to the American People to the same extend, and with the same positive approach as that of the Syrian Government, his approval ratings would probably look quite different. Maybe he attempts to raise his approval ratings by “demanding” that “Syrian President Bashar Al-Assad has lost legitimacy and must resign“. The media war on Syria is an attempt to slowly script a narrative that allows yet another “humanitarian war” a la Libya. His and NATO´s problem is, that Russia has been drawing a line in the Syrian Sand, and one more U.N. Resolution a la Resolution 1973 on Libya will not manifest as a per facto legitimization by the U.N., of a war that is the …………………………………………………. antithesis of it´s own charter.
Recent Intelligence Reports strongly indicate that Al Qaeda´s Omar Brigade is deploying from Saudi Arabia to contribute to the ongoing insurgency, which is armed, financed, trained and equipped by several NATO countries Civilian and Military Intelligence Services. The logistical support of the insurgency is mainly based at NATO bases in Turkey, as well as in Lebanon. The former Lebanese P.M., the Saudi-Lebanese multi billionair Saad al Hariri has recently been implicated in financing and arming Syrian NATO- Backed Insurgents.
The Saudi Arabian Al Qaeda`s “Omar Brigade” has been the main contributor to the previously Zarqawi lead Al Qaeda insurgency in Iraq. A West Point Study shows that Saudi Arabia has been the greatest net-contributor of foreign Al Qaeda fighters in Iraq, while Libya, and especially the cities of Derna and Bengazi have been the greatest per capita contributor via the Libyan Islamic Fighting Group, lead by Abdelhakim Belhadj, who is currently the Commander in Chief of the New Libyan Army, and a contender for the top political post in Libya. The recent development in Libya, the ongoing NATO insurgency in Syria, and the recent intelligence confirming the involvement of the Omar Brigade strongly suggests that Saudi Arabia continues it´s massive funding of the CIA Creature Al Qaeda.
To the contrary of the ongoing media war on Syria, the government is involved in a constructive dialog both inside the country as well as in the expatriate communities and embassies, with a standing invitation to all who wish to make constructive contributions to take part in the dialog and reforms. As a matter of fact the Syrian Government practices the very openness to the citizens concerns as Obama promised during his election campaign talks about “the open White House“. The sad story is, that many believed in the change no one should have believed in.
The Syrian Foreign and Expatriates Minister Walid al-Moallem stressed that Syria is determined to continue the national dialog and to go ahead with reforms that have been announced by President Bashar al-Assad on 20 June 2011, stressing that Syria will come out of the crisis stronger. Walid al Moallem´s remarks came during his meeting with foreign ministers of Argentina, Kazakhstan and Lebanon in New York on Saturday on the sidelines of the UN General Assembly meetings. Walid al-Moellem and Lebanese Foreign Minister Adnan Mansour confirmed the deep rooted relationship between Syria and Lebanon. Minister Mansour reiterated Lebanons Support for Syria and rejected any movement in the UN Security Counsel for interference in Syrian affairs; a sentimet and position, which is shared with Russian President Medvedjev, and Russian P.M. Putin, who today announced, that he will run for President at the coming Russian Elections.
Dr. Christof Lehmann