SYRIA: MISSION TO IRELAND

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Our Syrian Mission: Bring Syrian Christian, Muslim and Druze leaders and representatives to the island of Ireland in late October/early November to concretise what can be done in practical terms for all the people of the Syrian Arab Republic. These leaders do NOT want to leave their homelands and their people.
Mother Russia’s Mission: Russia tonight deployed 28 fighter aircraft to attack the Syrian terrorists. That, with the imminent arrival of Chinese ground forces in response to Erdogan sending Chinese Uyghur terrorists into Northern Syria now leaves only Vietnam to declare. With those forces guarding the oil cash flows, Syria can rebuild.

Mission to Rome (November 25th): When President Putin and Patriarch Kirill of Moscow meet Pope Francis in Rome, hopefully, they will force him to pro-actively support their peace efforts: some 50,000 Syrian Christians in the last month have applied for Russian visas, an indication as to who Syria’s Christians believe their true Christian friends are.

Mission to London (17 October), to Liverpool (14 October): Catholic Archbishop from the battered but unbowed city of Aleppo and a Jesuit priest from the liberated city of Homs, Syrian Arab Republic. http://www.acnuk.org/events.php These leaders do NOT want to leave their homelands or desert their people.

Fr Dave’s Sydney to Syria Peace Mission: Read Fr Dave’s account of his recent tour of government-held Syria http://tinyurl.com/SyriaDave
Our Last Month to Prepare for this Visit: There remains a lot of preparatory work to do to make this multi-faceted visit to the island of Ireland a success. Email me if you can help in any way. Go here for previous and a longer version of this email: www.taigs.com

Our Unique Selling Points: We have a broad-based group of Syrian religious, community and humanitarian leaders visiting political, academic, religious and community venues on the island of Ireland but with one focused set of demands which are the logical precursors for peace with justice in Syria.

Our Methods: Having secured a hearing at the Oireachtas (Irish Parliament’s) Foreign Affairs Committee, we then approached relevant bodies of appropriate stature to host meetings. The response was universally positive, echoing the widespread underlying desire to address the root of the issue, rather than to be distracted by the emotion of the latest ISIS, al Nusra or Turkish atrocities or PR gimmicks.

Our Hopes: are to open a proper debate on the island or Ireland, solidify the support that exists for a proper with justice peace in Westminster from Ulster’s MPs, and, through appropriate channels, have material, spiritual and moral aid directed to the civilians of Damascus, Aleppo, Foua and Kefraya who continue to be murdered on a daily basis now by the Saudi-funded terrorists. It is a long haul.

Our Reality: ISIS, al Nusra and all related terrorist franchises must be defeated, expansionist regimes like Turkey, Saudi Arabia and Qatar contained and a process of normalisation begun. Once stability is restored, as it has largely been in Homs, Qusayr, the Qalamoun Mountains and other areas Syria’s armed forces have wrested from the rebels, basic logic dictates that then and only then can processes of governance reform be addressed.

Our Biases: We make no apologies for our humanitarian biases. Though everyone, Syria’s President Assad included, agrees on the need for reforms, no-one can honestly argue that there are any worthwhile political, religious or community leaders on the rebel side: there are none. It is a logical nonsense to suppose that, in a country, Syria, where the only effective force advocating violent rebellion were the sectarian sociopaths of the Syrian Muslim Brotherhood, any acceptable or secular group of rebels could emerge ab ovo. The USA’s most recent failure to recruit anything more than a handful of well-paid rebel Contras, most of whom subsequently deserted, show that.

Our “Diversity”: This email is being sent to proponents of all the various branches of the Abrahamic faiths, as well as very prominent atheists, gays and transgenders on the island of Ireland and beyond and members of all of the leading parties on the island of Ireland. That is because the Muslim Brotherhood’s war on Syria is an attack on basic human principles, which Qatar, Saudi Arabia and Turkey ignore both at home and abroad

Our Focus: is on the areas of the Syrian Arab Republic under the protection of the Syrian Arab Army and its allies. Those are the only areas in Syria where minorities can openly practice their religion and where any semblance of normality, such as the normal curriculum of schools or universities, exists. There is nowhere in rebel-held Syria where any minority religion may be practiced and, though facile atheists might quip that is a good thing, they would be summarily executed just as more well-meaning Britons have been before them by the Muslim Brotherhood and their various franchises.

Focus on Foua & Kefraya: These are two Shia villages in the Aleppo countryside that have been under terrorist bombardment for four years now, with hundreds of children dead so far in those two villages alone. As the terrorists are preparing for a very major assault on it with NATO-supplied state-of-the-art weaponry, we can expect thousands more innocent Shias to be slaughtered over the coming days unless Russia further ups the ante. As with the wholesale Alawite massacres of August 2013 or the more recent suicide bombings of kindergartens in Homs by the moderate rebels, their demise will pass largely unremarked upon here in the West, by those with their own nefarious agendas.

England, Home and Beauty: Progress will be made in Syria if and only if all those on the island of Ireland and elsewhere do their duty as human beings, as politicians, as academics, as trade union, religious and community leaders and members. We have made a small beginning and, in the spirit of Nelson at Trafalgar, that is all we ask. Do your duty.

Syrian Peace Bridgeheads: Through a number of visits, some of us, Irish, Australians, Italians, have got access to Syrian universities, Syrian hospitals, Syrian orphanages (no shortage of them), religious and community leaders and front-line areas such as the Armenian front-line town of Kessab and Yarmouk Palestinian camp. It is possible to arrange fact-finding visits to those and other places for representative people from the island of Ireland as long as they are realistic in their expectations and accept that neither the white flag of surrender nor the black flag of ISIS/al Nusra will be fluttering over the ramparts of Damascus any time soon. Email me for details.

Takbir Refugees not our focus: These economic migrants shouting the ISIS war cry https://youtu.be/UpZuEmKwNjM are not our focus. Others are addressing this tangential symptom.

Flesh-Eating Moderate Rebel Refugees not our Focus: Though it has now been amply demonstrated that, amongst the legions of male refugees of military age, marching into Merkel’s Berlin, there are scores of rebels with the blood of innocent Syrian children on their hands, they are not our focus. This is so even though the BBC tells us they are all moderate murderers, just like Abu Sakkar, the Free Syrian Army leader the BBC interviewed after he was filmed eating the flesh of a Syrian soldier.

Safe Havens Not Our Focus: The latest refugee stunt notwithstanding, the idea of having a safe haven for Christians or other “minorities” is daft. Not only is the idea of ghettoes or bantulands repugnant in its own right but the viability of such areas totally depends, as in South Africa, on the non-existing goodwill of their overlords and neither Turkey nor its proxies have ever displayed any goodwill to any minorities. Indeed, following Kurdish gains in the recent Turkish elections, Turkish security forces are now lynching Kurds the length and breadth of Turkey (and in Germany too) and are conducting air raids against them in Iraq on the pretext of fighting ISIS who kill Kurds and who are armed, funded and protected by Turkey. With regard to Syria, Christians and other groups are not minorities but integral parts of the fabric of society, the very fabric Turkey and Germany, the joint architects of the 1915 Syriac, Pontic Greek and Armenian genocides, are busily destroying.

No Fly Zones Not Our Focus: No fly zones are only an excuse to deliver Foua, Kefraya and all of Syria up to the headhackers the same way Libya was delivered up to Irish and other headhackers. We will leave No Fly Final Solutions to others. They are not our focus.

Political NGOs not our Focus: Well-funded groups like Amnesty International and Human Rights Watch, which have continually called for the humanitarian carpet bombing of Syria along the Yemeni, Libyan and Iraqi models, are not our focus. Nor are Muslim Brotherhood controlled groups like Hand in Hand for Syria or the White Helmets which are al Nusra’s designated undertakers. Not only is there no point meeting with them or giving them further legitimacy in the eyes of their dodgy donors but it is actually physically dangerous to do so. See here www.taigs.com for further details.

Amnesty International: A Partial Charge Sheet:
• Amnesty corroborated the testimony of the ‘Kuwaiti teenage girl’ meme that Iraqi troops were stealing incubators from Kuwaiti hospitals and leaving babies to die on the floor.
• Amnesty disseminated the ‘African’ mercenaries in Libya meme, which led to the widespread lynching of sub-Saharan African labourers and migrants by Libya’s moderate rebels. Dr Saleyha Ahsan, one of the BBC doctors/reporters who starred in Panorama’s Saving Syria’s Children fraud, posted Facebook selfies of herself with trussed-up Africans awaiting execution and openly admitted watching ISIS killers slitting throats gives her “a rush”. We, on the other hand, are repulsed by Irish-connected gangsters publicly beheading Egyptian Copts and Ethiopian Christians on Mediterranean beaches and slaughtering Irish and British citizens on Tunisian beaches.
• Amnesty International fully supported the ‘humanitarian’ carpet bombing of Libya.
• Amnesty International fully supports sectarian Muslim Brotherhood murder gangs in Egypt.
• Amnesty International’s pro ISIS propaganda piece on Aleppo has, according to this http://dissidentvoice.org/2015/05/eight-problems-with-amnestys-report-on-aleppo-syria/ at least eight very major flaws.
• Amnesty International and allied groups should confine themselves to opposing Irish water charges. They have nothing but more death to offer Syria.
• The only thing to say in favour of Amnesty International is that Human Rights watch is infinitely worse.

Syria’s Cuisine Diplomacy

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Something they Ate at Dinner with the Assads?: As the attached photos show, quite recently, Syria’s President and First Lady stayed with Her Majesty, the Queen in Buckingham Palace. They also dined with John Kerry, who is now strong-arming Bulgaria to join Turkey, Saudi Arabia and Qatar in the slaughter of Syria’s remaining Christians.
Dinner in Waterford with the ISIS Terrorists: Apparently, most Irish-based ISIS terrorists are in Waterford, with 20 or some of them having clocked up “humanitarian” experience in Syria and Iraq. The various “Before Europe and In Europe” terrorists I have posted in the previous post here www.taigs.com probably means they will blend in quite well or at least have a Network to plug into.
Trinity College: I had a long and productive meeting in Trinity College, who, given the above, fully understand the need for some discretion and ambiguity on my side. The Trinity meeting will be largely in their hands, with me inviting a few of “The Wretched of the Earth” and few invites going to Waterford. I will firm that up more later today.
Dublin’s Old Hands: I met some old war horses from the Labour and similar Parties and their experience was invaluable. I will be acting on their advice today and creating some synergies from Donegal to Limerick.
Queen’s University: I got an email from Queen’s and they have lined up a very impressive list of guests. I will likewise contact them later this morning.
Beirut: Our friends in Beirut have been busily lobbying some household names and hopefully a lot will come out of that. They will be speaking with people in Ireland about this today.
Damascus: Syria has had a major sandstorm which the Al Qaeda terrorists have used to advantage and another major centre is likely to fall to them today.

 

 

Syria: These Colours Don’t Run

isis_refugee terror1 terror2Upping the Ante: We are now seeking more support in tiny Lebanon, which houses millions of Syrian refugees and whose gallant soldiers are being beheaded by the rebels our own governments and NGOs support.
Schedule for Irish Tour:
Clare Daly TD and Mick Wallace TD: When I informed our friends in Damascus these two Irish members of the Irish Parliament might be imprisoned for anti-war protests when they arrive, they insisted on adding their prisons (hopefully Mountjoy) to the itinerary.
Tuesday 27 October/Wednesday 28 October: Arrive in Dublin: Briefing, Press Conference, Media. Short trips to Mountjoy, North Dublin and Meath.
Wednesday 28 October/Thursday 29 October: Short stop at Drogheda and the Boyne River. Three meetings in Queen’s University Belfast: one open, one to NGOs and charities, one to religious and political leaders. Meeting with Democratic Unionist Party leaders.
Friday 30 November: CAIN Centre, Magee College, University of Ulster. Stay in Co Donegal.
Saturday 31 October: Donegal.
Sunday 1 November: Cos Galway/Mayo. Overnight in West Galway.
Monday 2 November: National University of Ireland, Galway
Tuesday 3 November: Group A: Limerick, stopping off at Dysert Co Clare. Group B: National Women’s Institute Dublin, stopping off in Athlone.
Wednesday 4 November: Foreign Affairs Committee of Oireachtas (Irish Parliament); Public meeting, Trinity College Dublin.
Media: Several national and local TV, radio and newspapers have been lined up and more will undoubtedly follow.
National Collections etc.: We expect this will happen mainly through the Churches with all proceeds going to those still in the Syrian Arab Republic (zero overheads or expenses).
Other Meetings: Although several other religious and other institutes have been put forward, many of them can be subsumed into the existing ones, all of which are in Ireland’s most high-prestige academies. That said, Syrians in Syria need all the help they can get.
Ireland’s 29 Catholic Bishops: will be fully Informed by the end of September and they will hopefully add further to this visit. Several Catholic Dioceses and Church of Ireland (Anglican) Archbishops as well as Muslim imams have offered support. Our friends in the West and in Belfast are working hard on the religious angle, where we will aim for synergies.
Next Steps: Beirut and Damascus are moving along. The Irish blue print is all but done. It just needs finessing.
Timeline to War: Here http://tinyurl.com/ne7ys8x is the time line for NATO’s/GCC’s war on Syria. A good albeit very imperfect and in parts dubious starting reference point.
Terrorist Refugees: This link http://tinyurl.com/nbczkwt by a notorious Qatari-funded academic propagandist for the Muslim Brotherhood murder gang tells us we can reform the terrorists and get them to be as lambs. The attached picture shows a terrorist leader moving into Macedonia. Last I heard, he and hundreds of others are now in Austria, where no doubt they will spread peace and good will to Druze, Alawi, Shia and Christians once the Merkel regime gets them to see the light.
Non-Terrorist Refugees: Those moving towards Merkel’s Germany seem to be mostly fit young men, who will be a credit to the Merkel regime where they will undoubtedly explain why they are they not lining up to fight the “Assad regime” aka the Christians, Armenians, Alawi, Ismaili, Druze, Shia, Sunni, who have been subjected to genocide and privation by Merkel’s death by sanctions campaign
Media Wars: These links http://tinyurl.com/nj8mv73 www.tinyurl.com/FraudBBC are worth a look as they show the “flaws” in our media. The Douma attack, incidentally, was the work of the moderate terrorists as was the related attack on the Druze, even though the BBC tried to blame it on the seven Syrian soldiers murdered defending the Druze, whose apolitical holy men are beheaded as a matter of course by the moderate rebels the Merkel regime helps fund.
Catechism of Clichés: The proxy wars against Nigeria, Syria, Yemen and other countries are as illegal and immoral as were the dismemberment of Libya and Iraq and the cackle of clichés from “radicals” who support humanitarian bombing does not change that. As this document www.tinyurl,com/HandSyria shows, some over-educated Muslim Brotherhood connected louts tend to make co-ordinated threatening phone calls to get venues to cancel and, if that fails, they disrupt meetings with the vilest profanities, even going so far as to threaten Syrian children. As in London, I will track them all down and all of their various bluffs will be called. In the meantime, check out the NHS surgeons who double as head-hacking terrorists or the consultant urologist who has snuff videos on his phone (he has since gone back to Syria to adjudicate at Sharia kangaroo courts the rebels run). Just remember that those are the moderates and West Dublin houses the real hardliners who have committed the vilest war crimes in Syria and Libya.
Refugees and The Axe to the Root: The tens of thousands of Syrian and other refugees Erdogan’s Turkish regime have shunted towards Europe are not the problem. The roots of the problem are the illegal wars that have destroyed Yemen, Libya, Iraq and that currently devour Nigeria and the Syrian Arab Republic. Though Saudi Arabia, along with the micro statelet of Qatar, the main culprits in Yemen, refuses to take in any refugees/migrants, Merkel’s German regime, which kills Syrians with sanctions and Greeks through extortion, is no better. If the Merkel regime wants to stop killing Syrian children, it should lift its sanctions. Winter has arrived early in Syria and the lack of oil and warm clothes are already causing many more unnecessary deaths amongst the weakest. So too are the never-ending terrorist attacks of our beloved moderate sectarian rebels on Damascus, Aleppo and the Druze town of Sweida in the South and the Shia villages in the North that have been under constant indiscriminate bombardment for over four years now and pictures, sans Photoshop, abound of the rebels’ Slaughter of these Unsung Innocents. The fact that the German regime’s Turkish, Qatari and Saudi allies regard Druze, Alawi and Shia as sub-humans and openly call for their extermination is no excuse for us to allow them to be murdered on this industrial scale. Though the German and Turkish regimes, with their appalling human rights track records stretching back to the Armenian and Syriac genocides which Turkey committed and its German ally encouraged and condoned might wish otherwise, the humanitarian solution is to end their unjust wars. Germany can surely find other things to export besides arms and pornography.
Today: I have Syrian meetings all day long, with Trinity and UCG academics, trade unionists and politicians, culminating in the Halfpenny Bridge Inn between 5-6.30pm.