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.