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“Moderate Terrorists”. Deconstructing the NATO Narrative on Syria. “Leftists” Keep the Myth Alive

Over the past five years, the increasingly ridiculous propaganda against President al-Assad and the Syrian Arab Army (SAA) has ranged from the scripted (OTPOR fomented -“revolution“) “peaceful protesters under fire” rhetoric, to other deceitful lexicon like “civil war,” and “moderate rebels.”

As the intervention campaigns continue with new terrorist and “humanitarian” actors (literally) constantly emerging in the NATO-alliance’s theatre of death squads, it is worth reviewing some of the important points regarding the war on Syria.

Million Person Marches

On March 29, 2011 (less than two weeks into the fantasy “revolution”) over 6 million people across Syria took to the streets in support of President al-Assad. In June, a reported hundreds of thousands marched in Damascus in support of the president, with a 2.3 km long Syrian flag. In November, 2011 (9 months into the chaos), masses again held demonstrations supporting President al-Assad, notably in Homs (the so-called “capital of the ‘rev…


Nur al-Din al-Zenki – part of Jaish al-Fatah alliance (led by Jabhat Fatah al-Sham – rebranded Al-Qaeda) in Aleppo – fires US-made TOW. Photo appeared on November 21, 2016

Syrian “moderate rebel group” Nour al-Din al-Zenki became widely known past July after beheading a child near Aleppo city and posting the video (CAUTION GRAPHIC FOOTAGE) of this. Initially, some mainstream media (for exmaple BBC) attempted to defend the ‘moderate opposition group’, explaining that it was a “mistake” and an isolated case. [Indeed it was not a msitake, Nour al-Din al-Zenki members continue to behead their opponents].

However, under the pressure of public opinion, the US State Department was pushed to announce that the US may consider to withdraw its support for “rebels” if reports of beheading of 14-year old boy are confirmed. Let’s give a word to State Department spokesman Mark Toner:

Nour al-Din al-Zenki was a “CIA-vetted” group and was receiving TOW missiles through the CIA program.

Mainstream media ou…


HMS Duncan, which was among six NATO ships, involved in tracking of the Russian battle group, led by the Admiral Kuznetsov, has broken down, when it was on the way to military exercises with NATO ships.

HMS Duncan is towed into Devonport (Photo: Herald / Raymond Wergan)

The Duncan air-defense destroyer, which is one of the newest ships in the British Royal Navy, broke down, when it was on the way to military exercises with NATO ships, the Herald information website reported on Wednesday.

According to the website, the vessel left Devonport on November 21, and on the morning of November 23, residents of the port city spotted HMS Duncan, being towed back.

Representatives of the UK Defense Ministry said that the decision to return the destroyer to the base was taken in order to assess arisen technical problems.

In October, the British destroyer was among six NATO ships, involved in tracking of the Russian battle group, led by the Admiral Kuznetsov heavy aircraft-carrying missile cruiser, movin…


A big riot has erupted in a refugee camp in the southeastern Bulgarian town of Harmanli. Refugees violently protested for yet an unknown reason. The police quickly reacted which led to clashes between the migrants and the law enforcements. The police were bombarded with stones and answered with teargas in order to stop the riot. Reports by local media claim that there are injured police officers as well as a lot of damage to the buildings in and around the camp.

Update 7:46 CET: Around 300 migrants have been arrested and 14 police officers have been injured.

A video of a Bulgarian news outlet shows the situation at the scene: Harmanli is hosting the biggest refugee camp in Bulgaria and has had a lot of trouble with the refugees. The locals have protested time and time again against the refugee camp and want better-secured border with Turkey, however no actions have been taken by the Bulgarian government to stop or even cope with this problem.