In today's (50th) episode:
- 1. Syria (On the Ground) - Syrian internet goes dark
- 2. Syria (International) - The war for Syria is also a war for Iraq
- 3. Iraq - Iraq bombings target Shi'ite areas
- 4. Congo - Congolese M23 rebels say leaving positions in Goma
- 5. Under the Radar - Argentine bonds rally as U.S. ruling quells default fears
Looks like a false flag attack on Syria by NATO is minutes away. I suggest you spread the word.
“Assad’s chemical weapons units head out of Damascus toward Aleppo”
Thanks for your program this week, Eric. Highly informative as always. I cannot comment much this round — much too distracted by the increasing weirdness of the so-called leadership in Washington. Nobody is running the ship but there are captains to be found on every deck.
An interesting development you may want to watch is the drama in Georgia, where various Saakashvili allies are finding themselves charged with corruption by the Ivanishvili-led courts.
It would seem that Saakashvili is in a panic that HE might be in the dock soon enough, and has enlisted international moral support from the EU and the United States. But what else? Perhaps he needs to enlist armed support from the western imperialists to keep from seeing the inside of a Georgian prison cell?
This development is sure to raise additional unnecessary strains with Russia, along with the stationing of Patriot missiles on Syria’s Turkish frontier.
Already there are bizarre accusations in Turkey that Syria is intentionally driving refugees over the border in order to follow them and reoccupy Hatay province, which was removed from the Syrian Mandate in 1938 and annexed by Turkey in 1939.
If this the excuse to get the Turkish public opinion on the side of a NATO imperialist invasion of Syria, it is a very thin one indeed.
God only knows what sort of excuse they will fabricate to reignite the Karabakh war between Armenia and Azerbaijan! That’s undoubtedly next on the Erdogan Agenda!