Syria: Unarmed hypocrites of the day – Germany

Posted: January 17, 2012 in International
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As you might know, Syria threatens a similar international military intervention as it happened in Libya. A similar international intervention based on false facts, propaganda and also “false flag” operations. Not to mention the bad days of journalism considering all these events in recent months, even years.

The German magazine “Der Spiegel” reports in its last edition about the German naval-service vessel “Alster”, which is located in the eastern Mediterranean at the moment. The article by the German magazine “Der Spiegel” seems to use the reversal of the facts to publish new false propaganda against the Syrian government and President Bashar al-Assad.


Of course, this way of “journalism” has nothing to do with the real dogmas of journalism and is just in line with the last bad and baseless propaganda of the German magazine “Der Spiegel”. Such a way of journalism is to condemn.

“Der Spiegel” reports in its recent edition about the use of a spy ship of the German Federal Armed Forces in the Mediterranean. The German naval-service vessel “Alster” is therefore since the beginning of November (2011) in the eastern Mediterranean to “explore the situation in this region” and to conduct elucidation.

To be honest, it is said that the 85 German soldiers, who are subordinated to the first Submarine Squadron in Eckernfoerde (Eckernförde), are in a secret mission on the way. They should gather information with the help of acoustic and optical sensors and prove this information to the Strategic Reconnaissance Command.

As the German magazine “Der Spiegel” reports, the official goal of this trip, according to the German navy, is the southern and eastern Mediterranean.

At the end of last December, a Syrian warship arrived in the area and is said to have targeted its cannon on the German naval-service vessel “Alster”. As “Der Spiegel” reports, the Syrian warship targeted the German vessel “Alster” with its main gun, about 15 nautical miles (28 kilometers) off the coast.

This act of espionage is without any knowledge and mandate by the German Bundestag. There is also a justification for this. As the German government says, this mission needs no knowledge and mandate by the German Bundestag because it is “not an armed operation”.

The German magazine “Der Spiegel” also published that the defense expert of the German green party, Omid Nouripour, does not complain about the preparation for war in itself. The Green Party member Nouripour only complains loudly about the secrecy of this mission.

Greens defense expert Omid Nouripour is cited by “Der Spiegel” with the sentence, “It is necessary to examine whether such an operation needs a mandate of the German parliament”. In any case, the Parliament must be informed.

It gets interesting. As “Der Spiegel” also reports, a German spy board was in the Mediterranean during the war in Libya, too. Also without any knowledge of the German Bundestag (parliament).

There is no declaration, which information has been passed to the NATO bombers. (Libya)

Has the German armed forces (Bundeswehr) acquired information on refugees in distress in these areas while their so-called spy mission(s)? Were the Federal Armed Forces of Germany able to help those refugees in distress?

Last year, thousands have drowned while crossing the Mediterranean. Did the German Federal Armed Forces anything to help while they have been on such a secretly mission?

There are also more questions to ask after such a questionable report by the German magazine “Der Spiegel” and after the information about these dubious missions for the German Federal Armed Forces.

Source: Unbewaffneter Einsatz des Tages: »Alster«

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