Entretien avec Robert Steuckers sur la Syrie, l’Ukraine et l’OTAN

Robert Steuckers est une figure de la « Nouvelle Droite », ancien membre du mouvement GRECE et fondateur du mouvement « Synergies européennes ». Dans cet entretien, il propose une analyse à la fois historique et géopolitique des tentatives de subversion opérées dans le monde arabe et la sphère d’influence russe par la thalassocratie anglo-états-unienne.

President Assad: Syrian Crisis in Turning Point Due to Army’s Achievements

Syrian President Bashar al-Assad stressed that the current crisis in his country is passing through a turning point on the military side due to the continuous achievements of the army in the war against terrorism.

In a meeting with the teaching staff and post-graduate students at the Faculty of Political Sciences in Damascus, Assad warned that the intellectual war is one of the gravest aspects of the colonial aggression targeting Syria.

“Intellectual war and attempts to abolish or replace identity are one of the gravest aspects of the colonial aggression targeting Syria,” official news agency, SANA, quoted President Assad as saying.

The Arab region is originally based on an ideology of correlation between Arabism and Islam, the President said, “which makes adherence to this principle one of the most important factors for restoring intellectual and social security to Arab societies.”

The West has sought to abolish this ideology so as to dominate the region and the role of Arab countries. Having failed to do so, the Syrian leadert said, the West turned to play on concepts to alter the essence of the ideology.

President Assad here noted that intellectuals and academics have a role to look into concepts and furnish them with clear-cut meanings to confront attempts aimed at voiding ideologies of their content.

Syria is targeted, not only for its weighty geopolitical position, but also for its pivotal role in the region and the sway it has on the Arab street, the President said.

Source: Al Manar

Syria: Militant Groups Target Al-Manar Crew in Maaloula in Qalamoun – Three Martyrs

The militant groups opened fire onto Al-Manar crew in the town of Maaloula in Qalamoun, leaving three martyrs of the colleagues: the reporter Hamza Hajj Hasan, the technician Halim Allaw and the photographer Mohammad Mantash.

The crew was broadcasting the Syria army’s operations in Maaloula when the terrorists targeted their Press vehicles.

Al-Manr TV Channel announced the martyrdom of the colleagues and offered condolences to their parents, asking Holy God to bless them with His mercy. 

Source: Al Manar

Annan: Qatar, Saudi Arabia and Turkey supplied Syrian opposition with money and arms

Vienna, (SANA) Former UN Secretary General and former international envoy to Syria Kofi Annan said Qatar, Saudi Arabia and Turkey have supplied the “Syrian opposition” with money and arms.

In an interview with the Austrian Die Presse newspaper, Annan noted that some regional and Western countries rejected the six-point plan which he presented for solving the crisis in Syria because they had differences with the Syrian leadership or with Iran, Russia and China, adding that those countries then formed the so-called “Friends of Syria” group.

He reiterated the need to solve the crisis in Syria by peaceful and political means, expressing his opposition to any form of military intervention.

Annan, who was appointed as UN Special Envoy to Syria in February 2012, highlighted that the Syrian government showed positive reaction to his efforts early in his mission with regard to declaring a limited ceasefire while the other parties rejected that step.

The former international envoy stressed that Iran must be part of the solution in Syria given its great capabilities that allow it to exert an influence in the region and play an objective role to end the crisis, pointing out that Saudi Arabia opposed any Iranian role as it views Tehran as a rival in the regional and international arena.

Annan underscored that what made the US President Barack Obama hesitant to launch any military action against Syria despite pressure by the Pentagon and the US’s Western and Gulf allies was because of the fact that the situation in Syria is totally different from Libya or any other country given its sensitive geopolitical position.

He said that belief matched his visions to end the crisis in Syria peacefully when he told everybody that there could not be a military solution to the “conflict” in Syria, adding that no full agreement on his proposals was reached at the UN Security Council, “and that was why I had to quit my mission as an international envoy to Syria”.

Annan quit his position as an envoy and informed the UN of his intention not to renew his mission, which lasted until August 31 of 2012.

Annan expressed regret that Austria withdrew its forces from the UN Disengagement Observer Force (UNDOF) in the occupied Syrian Golan, considering that the withdrawal of some Western states’ forces from Golan reflects these countries’ lack of desire and indifference to solve the crisis in Syria.

Source: Sana

Can Washington overthrow three governments at the same time?


Since when are revolutions supported by imperialism? (here: Maidan , Kiev).

By Thierry MEYSSAN, Voltairenet.org

Washington, which failed in 2011 to bomb Libya and Syria simultaneously, is now engaged in a new demonstration of its strength: organizing regime change in three states at the same time, in different regions of the world: Syria (CentCom), Ukraine (EuCom) and Venezuela (SouthCom).

To do this, President Obama has mobilized almost the entire National Security Council team.

First, Advisor Susan Rice and Ambassador to the UN, Samantha Power. These two women are champions of “democratic” talk. They have for many years specialized in advocating interference in the internal affairs of other countries under the pretext of preventing genocide. But behind this generous rhetoric, they couldn’t care less about non-US lives as shown by Ms. Power during the chemical weapons crisis in the Damascus suburb of Ghouta. The ambassador, who was aware of the innocence of the Syrian authorities, had gone to Europe with her husband to attend a film festival dedicated to Charlie Chaplin, while her government denounced a crime against humanity, the responsibility for which was placed upon President al Assad.

Then, the three regional co-ordinators: Philip Gordon ( Middle East and North Africa ), Karen Donfried (Europe and Eurasia ) and Ricardo Zuñiga ( Latin America).
• Phil Gordon (personal friend and translator of Nicolas Sarkozy) organized the sabotage of the Geneva 2 Peace Conference as long as the Palestinian issue is not settled to the U.S. liking. During the second session of the conference, while John Kerry spoke of peace, Gordon met with the heads of Jordanian, Qatari , Saudi and Turkish intelligence services in Washington to prepare for yet another attack. The plotters have gathered an army of 13,000 men, of whom only 1,000 were given brief military training, to drive tanks and take Damascus. The problem is that the column may be destroyed by the Syrian Army before arriving in the capital. But they fail to agree on how to defend it without distributing anti-aircraft weapons that could later be used against Israel.
• Karen Donfried is the former national intelligence officer for Europe. She has long led the German Marshall Fund in Berlin. Today, she manipulates the European Union to hide Washington interventionism in Ukraine. Despite the leak of a phone conversation involving Ambassador Victoria Nuland, she succeeded in convincing Europeans that the opposition in Kiev wanted to join them and was fighting for democracy. Nonetheless, more than half of the Maidan rioters are members of the Nazi party and brandish portraits of collaborator Stepan Bandera.

• Finally, Ricardo Zuñiga is the grandson of the namesake President of the National Party of Honduras who organized the coups of 1963 and 1972 in favor of General López Arellano. He directed the CIA station in Havana where he recruited and financed agents to form opposition to Fidel Castro. He mobilized the extreme Trotskyist Venezuelan left to overthrow President Nicolás Maduro, accused of being a Stalinist.

The whole process is hyped under the leadership of one Dan Rhodes. This propaganda specialist has already written the official version of September 11, 2001, drafting the report of the Presidential Commission of Inquiry. He managed to remove all traces of the military coup (power was removed from the hands of George W. Bush at about 10am and it was returned that evening; all the members of his cabinet and those of Congress were placed in secure bunkers “to ensure their safety”) so that we remember only the attacks.

In all three cases, the U.S. narrative is based on the same principles: accuse governments of killing their own citizens, qualify opponents as ’democratic’; impose sanctions against the “murderers” and ultimately operate coups.

Each time, the movement begins with a demonstration during which peaceful opponents are killed, and where both sides accuse each other of violence. In fact U.S. or NATO special forces placed on rooftops shoot at both the crowd and the police. This was the case in Daraa (Syria) in 2011, Kiev (Ukraine) and Caracas (Venezuela) this week. Alas for bad luck: autopsies in Venezuela show that two victims, one opponent and one pro-government, were killed by the same weapon.

Qualifying opponents as democratic activists is a simple game of rhetoric. In Syria, they are Takfirists supported by the worst dictatorship in the world, Saudi Arabia. In Ukraine, a few sincere pro-Europeans surrounded by many Nazis. In Venezuela, young Trotskyists from good families surrounded by goon squads. Everywhere the false U.S. opponent, John McCain, brings his support to true and false on site opponents.

Support for opponents rests with the National Endowment for Democracy (NED). This agency of the U.S. government falsely presents itself as an NGO funded by Congress. But it was created by President Ronald Reagan, in association with Canada, the United Kingdom and Australia. It is headed by the neoconservative Carl Gershman and the daughter of General Alexander Haig (former Supreme Commander of NATO, then Secretary of State ), Barbara Haig. This is the NED (actually the State Department), which employs the “opposition” senator John McCain.

To this operating group, you must add the Albert Einstein Institute, an “NGO” funded by NATO. Created by Gene Sharp, it trained professional agitators from two bases: Serbia (Canvas) and Qatar (Academy of currency).

In all cases, Susan Rice and Samantha Power take on airs of outrage before imposing penalties, soon echoed by the European Union, while they are in fact the sponsors of the violence.

It remains to be seen whether the the coups will be successful. Which is far from being certain.

Washington is thus attempting to show the world it is still the master. To be more sure of itself, it launched the Ukrainian and Venezuelan operations during the Olympic Games in Sochi. It was certain that Russia would not move for fear of having its party upset by Islamist attacks. But Sochi ended this weekend. Now it’s Moscow’s turn to play.

Syrie : la Russie met fin aux illusions des États-Unis

Les paris américains de pousser la Russie à exercer des pressions sur la délégation syrienne à la conférence de Genève II, pour l’amener à modifier ses positions de principes, ont échoué. La profonde déception de Washington est apparue dans les comptes rendus de la réunion tripartite, vendredi à Genève, entre la Russie, les États-Unis et Lakhdar Brahimi. Lors de cette rencontre, le vice-ministre russe des Affaires étrangères, Guennadi Gatilov, a fait preuve d’une grande fermeté en s’opposant aux Américains et à la partialité de l’émissaire international.

Le déroulement des négociations de Genève prouve l’absence de tout compromis déjà convenu, comme l’ont cru certains milieux politiques et diplomatiques dès le début de la conférence. Il doit être clair à tous les analystes que la relation entre la Russie et l’État syrien est bâtie sur un solide partenariat et une alliance, et non pas sur le suivisme, comme c’est le cas dans la relation entre les oppositions syriennes et leurs maîtres américains, arabes et occidentaux.

Le dossier syrien est l’espace dans lequel sont en train de se former les nouvelles équations de partenariat entre les deux pôles russe et américain. Dans ses efforts visant à retrouver sa place sur la scène internationale, la Russie se base sur un solide roc, assuré par la résistance de l’État syrien, la progression de ses troupes sur le terrain et un vaste soutien populaire que même les pires ennemis de la Syrie ne peuvent plus nier.

Dans ses efforts visant à construire ce nouveau partenariat international, la Russie agit d’égal à égal avec les Occidentaux, même si au début de la conférence, elle a fermé les yeux sur le retrait de l’invitation adressée à l’Iran et la limitation de la représentation de l’opposition syrienne à la seule délégation de la Coalition nationale. Les Russes ont fait tomber, vendredi, d’un seul coup, les illusions américaines, en soutenant à fond la position de la délégation gouvernementale syrienne qui est intransigeante dans les priorités : la lutte contre le terrorisme doit passer avant toute autre question politique, car elle constitue le pilier de tout futur accord inter-syrien.

Washington tente d’imposer le concept développé par Richard Haass d’un partenariat international… dirigé par les États-Unis !

C’est ce que les Américains tentent de faire en Syrie, en essayant d’orienter vers ce concept le processus politique et diplomatique engagé pour régler la crise dans ce pays. Mais cette tentative va à contre-courant des rapports de force sur le terrain, qui permettent à l’État syrien, qui tire sa force de son armée et du soutien d’une grande partie de la population, de placer le monde devant deux alternatives : un compromis bâti sur un partenariat dans la lutte contre le terrorisme, appuyé par des résolutions internationales fermes contre tous les Etats impliqués dans le soutien aux mouvements terroristes ; ou la solution militaire grâce aux propres moyens de l’État syrien, qui imposerait un fait accompli sur le terrain.

Grâce à ses renseignements et aux sondages d’opinion qu’il a menés, l’Occident sait pertinemment que la popularité du président Bachar al-Assad est inébranlable. Le fait que le président syrien soit la cible des États-Unis n’a fait que renforcer sa popularité et son image de leader populaire incarnant la volonté syrienne de résister au terrorisme et de défendre l’indépendance et la souveraineté nationales.

La Russie a voulu adresser un message fort de solidarité avec la Syrie, son peuple et son leader, lequel s’est attiré l’admiration des hommes libres de ce monde avec sa volonté de résistance.

La position de Moscou a été aidée par une gestion intelligente et courageuse des négociations de Genève par la délégation gouvernementale. Ce n’est pas un hasard que des manifestations de soutien au président Assad, à la délégation gouvernementale à Genève et à l’armée arabe syrienne, aient lieu dans les régions syriennes perturbées. Les images des foules à Deraa, Deir Ezzor et les autres villes du pays sont éloquentes.

La Russie est convaincue qu’elle est la cible du terrorisme takfiriste parrainé par des pays évoluant dans l’orbite américaine. Elle est aussi victime de pressions en Ukraine et dans d’autres régions, qui constituent sa zone d’influence historique. Le ministre russe des Affaires étrangères, Serguei Lavrov, s’est dressé devant l’arrogance américaine et face au projet de bouclier anti-missile, qui constitue une menace directe pour les équilibres mondiaux. Ce projet est explicitement dirigé contre la Russie et son allié iranien.

Cela signifie que la priorité de l’État syrien de combattre le terrorisme est aussi celle de défendre la Syrie, la sécurité de ses alliés et la stabilité du monde. Il est tout à fait naturel que la position de la Russie à la conférence de Genève soutienne cette priorité, défendue par la délégation gouvernementale syrienne, surtout que l’Etat syrien a pris en compte, ces trois dernières années, et à plus d’une reprises, les intérêts de son allié russe.

La relation entre la Russie et la Syrie est bâtie sur une alliance organique et stratégique, basée sur la crédibilité, la compréhension et le respect mutuel. La Syrie est un partenaire essentiel de la Russie et non pas un pays vassal, à l’instar de la relation entre les États-Unis et leurs “alliés”.

Pour toutes ces considérations, l’illusion du compromis russo-américain convenu d’avance est tombée vendredi à Genève… et s’est évaporé avec elle les plans américains de faire primer “le transfert du pouvoir” sur la lutte contre le terrorisme.

L’armée arabe syrienne se chargera, sur le champ de bataille, de convaincre ceux qui sont encore bercés par ces illusions, que tous leurs paris sont perdants.

Source: Al Manar

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