Syria: Massacre in Houla – Who benefits from this massacre?

Posted: May 27, 2012 in International
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On Friday afternoon there was a terrible massacre in Taldo at al-Houleh (Houla) and, at least, one further massacre in another district in a Syrian village near the city of Homs. Rightly, the news about this massacre in Syria has caused outrage everywhere, especially at the Syrians and the shockwaves about these horrible massacres are still high.

The so-called “international community” has condemned the massacre in the strongest terms; especially Germany and France have condemned the massacres in Syria. At this massacre, about 100 people were killed; the numbers still fluctuate between 92 – 110 dead, including many children and women. Many innocent people were brutally killed in their homes. About the nature of the killings, there is conflicting evidence.

While it was initially reported that the victims were shot with rifles and stabbed with knives, it was then published by some Syrian “opposition” members that the village was attacked by grenades. One of those opposition members, Qassam (Kassam), was the source for the news agency dpa in Beirut, Lebanon.

Whether his statements about the massacre within Syria are correct is not traceable. Considering the terrible pictures of the “Houla massacre”, which are already circulating around the Internet, it seems to be that there was no shelling of the village and its houses. The pictures of this massacre in Syria would look different if there would have a shelling of the Syrian village and its houses.

The innocent victims were shot or stabbed, but by whom is the important question. That the external Syrian opposition, e.g. based in Istanbul, the terrorist “Free Syrian Army” (FSA) and the West immediately know whom to condemn for this massacre, is no surprise and was to be expected. Also the representation of the Syrian government in the capital Damascus was to be expected, but what has really happened in al-Houleh (al-Houlah / Houla), Syria?

Considering the approaches of the so-called Syrian opposition and the Western media in recent months, it was no question that these sides will blame the Syrian government and President Bashar al-Assad for all violence within Syria. Also this time, there was no search for any evidence; the reports with immediate blame-assignments were published quickly, without including any facts.

Again, no fact checking or the questioning of information was done before the articles were published. Some hours later, the articles changed and so-called “pro-Assad thugs” were then blamed for being responsible for these massacres.

Already in the Amnesty International report for 2011, the human rights violations of the so-called “Free Syrian Army” (FSA) were ignored. The Amnesty International (ai) was a biased report and even the following report of the UN has made it clear that the credibility of Amnesty International (ai) is to put into a lot of questions. No big surprise considering the backgrounds of this human rights organization. The same counts for Human Rights Watch (HRW).

Only the Syrian government was one-sided convicted. Alread in this Amnesty International (ai) report for 2011, they missed willfully, that the “Free Syrian Army” (FSA) used child soldiers in Homs and other Syrian regions and that these armed groups are also responsible for kidnappings, rapes, tortures and murders.

A willfully double standard that should prevent to not harm the image of the so-called “freedom fighters” in Syria. Amnesty International (ai) is, after they were willfully propaganda tools in Libya, again to condemn. Who benefits from the massacre in al-Houleh (Houla massacre), Syria? The answer to this questions leads away from the regular Syrian army, toward the “Free Syrian Army” (FSA).

Again, these new massacres and especially the now called “Houla massacre” happened just some days before the next arrival of the UN-Arab League envoy Kofi Annan in the Syrian capital Damascus. The visit of Kofi Annan in Syria is said to take place tomorrow, Monday (28.05.12).

The horrible massacre took place as the UN observers were out on their “observer missions” in that Syrian area. The Norwegian major general Robert Mood spoke about a “terrible tragedy” in Damascus and for sure, it was probably the most horrible act in Syria since years.

After the major general Robert Mood has spoken about the massacre to the press in Damascus, some Western newspapers just published a short version of his statements. These shortenings of the statements of major general Robert Mood were willfully used. Thus, these Western articles used these shortenings of the statements to increase the impressions of their readers that the Syrian army and the Syrian government are responsible for the massacre in Houla (al-Houleh), Syria.

These shortenings of the statements of the Norwegian major general Robert Mood were also willfully used to sell the image that Robert Mood has condemned the “Syrian regime” for these massacres in Syria. But in his statements, general major Robert Mood has said, that both sides are to condemn and that both sides have to finally desist from violence.

After the massacre in al-Houleh (Hula massacre), the terrorist “Free Syrian Army” (FSA) has published a declaration which states that they will no longer stick to the ceasefire of the six-point plan by Kofi Annan, if the UN (United Nations) will not finally make the right decisions (e.g. military intervention in Syria). Of course, after the recent weeks, the fact is, that the armed groups of the “Free Syrian Army” (FSA) have never accepted to comply the ceasefire in Syria.

In the eyes of the so-called “Free Syrian Army” (FSA), the correct decisions of the UN are the implementation of the Libyan model for Syria. This means to agree on an international operation to establish so-called “humanitarian corridors” and to support the fighters of the “Free Syrian Army” (FSA) directly with arms, ammo and money. Just as it already happens behind the curtains.

The United States, Saudi Arabia, Qatar, Turkey and some other governments do support the armed gangs and religious fanatics in Syria with weapons, ammo and funds. Thus, some so-called democratic governments have already violated the six-point peace plan by UN-Arab League envoy Kofi Annan since weeks.

Of course, the so-called “international community” will never care about these violations. The West has one goal for Syria and to achieve this goal, they even support Islamists. As the recent “Feltman leak” has made it clear, the United States have made a deal with the Muslim Brotherhood and Salafists in Egypt some years ago. But not only with the Egyptian Muslim Brotherhood.

The dirty games of some Western governments, together with some horrible regimes in the Gulf, are more and more obvious and organizations like NATO, Amnesty International or even the UNSC (United Nations Security Council) have become tools of these dirty games.

The ceasefire in Syria started on the 12th of April. The truce in Syria was immediately violated. The violations of the ceasefire in this country are more in the interests of the Syrian opposition groups (abroad) and the armed groups (e.g. Free Syrian Army / FSA) in Syria. The real implementation of all points of the so-called peace plan by UN-Arab League envoy Kofi Annan would be contrary to the dubious aims and questionable intentions of the armed gangs in Syria and the e.g. “Syrian National Council” (SNC), based in Istanbul, Turkey.

By sticking to the six-point plan of Kofi Annan, the armed groups would not be able to achieve the most important goals of them. The Syrian government in Damascus should be more interested in the implementation of the “Annan plan” in Syria than the “Free Syrian Army” (FSA) and other external opposition figures.

Not to mention that the Muslim Brotherhood and Salafists are also hard to convince to comply a ceasefire. This would not match to some goals of the radical sides which work in favor of some Western governments and some Gulf States like Saudi Arabia and Qatar. Not to mention Turkey.

After the Houla massacre in Syria, the external “Syrian National Council” (SNC) in Istanbul has immediately demanded the convening of the UN Security Council (UNSC) to determine those who are responsible for the massacre(s).

The “Syrian National Council” (SNC) seems to think that it is possible to determine the responsible people and side from outside of Syria. Even for the UN observers in Syria, this could be a hard quest. Not to mention that more and more are convinced that, at least, some of the UN observer mission in Syria are not interested to really unmask the sides who are really responsible for a enormously violence and terror.

So far, Western mass media has not even reported of the population of the Syrian village was on the side of the Syrian President or on the side of the “peaceful revolution”, as it is still sometimes sold in Western media.

Important information is withheld, as usually. Western media withholds information or parts of information to sell the image to their consumers which is useful for their interests, thus the propaganda against the Syrian government and President al-Assad. If “free press” ends like this, because of economic interests, thus it is questionable if the press codex should not be rewritten.

The opinions of the Western readers are directed in one direction: Assad is the only evil, which has to be removed at all costs. Saddam Hussein, Osama Bin Laden, and Muammar Gaddafi and so on, it is always the same and even the methods of propaganda and false-flag acts do not differ much. Jeffrey D. Feltman, Robert Stephen Ford, only modern versions of Lawrence of Arabia.

Similar to the case of Muammar Gaddafi, the French Foreign Minister Fabius has expressed quite clearly against the Syrian government in Damascus, which “leads the country in terror and destabilize the region”. But one could say that the Western dirty games, the support with arms and funds and the propaganda, based on willfully false information, leads the country into terror and boosts the destabilization of the entire Middle East.

The Western foreign policy is not only hypocrite; this policy is willfully double-sided. The West wants to overthrow the Syrian leadership and to implement a puppet government, thus Syria would become the next “client state” after e.g. Egypt and Jordan. The West wants to pave the path to Iran and thus, they want to break the so-called “axis of evil”. Another reason why it seems that the West wants Hezbollah to get involved; and has already tried several times to force an involvement of Hezbollah. Not to mention that parts of the West want to re-draw the Middle East and to “finally care for the total protection” of the non-democratic state of Israel.

France, Germany and Britain will care about a harder line against Syria in the next session of the UN Security Council (UNSC). Considering that the majority still supports the Syrian President and its reform process, one could say that Germany, France and Britain will implement a harder line against the (at least majority) of the Syrian people. After hypocritically sanctions for propaganda purposes and to further destabilize the situation in Syria, the West is still ready to let the Syrian people bleed.

The so-called “Syrian Opposition”, mainly the dubious Islamists council, the “Syrian National Council” (SNC), based in Istanbul, and the terrorist “Free Syrian Army” (FSA) rejects any negotiations with the regular Syrian government when the President al-Assad is still in power.

Although when the six-point plan by Kofi Annan is implemented and would work, political dialogues are not in the interests of these sides because they know that any political dialogue would not increase their chances to finally achieve their (only) goal. Some not only want to overthrow Bashar al-Assad, but also are interested in the killing of the Syrian President and his whole family.

Not to mention that the Austrian Defense Minister was correct when he has said some days ago that the overthrow of the Syrian President would be high risks for all minorities within Syria. The Austrian Defense Minister also said that the so-called “Syrian opposition” is not really democratic and we guess, the Defense Minister of Austria could even say more about these topics if he would not care about his job and image.

These (armed) forces want to overthrow Assad and are already chanting that the Syrian President Bashar al-Assad will have an end like Muammar Gaddafi. This scenario of the end of Bashar al-Assad would implement an enormous civil war in Syria. The most Syrians in Syria will never accept such an act and Syria has a higher population than Libya. The whole situation about Syria isn´t just black and white and the complete situation is probably the most dangerous situation for the Middle East and also the West since years.

But the West has willfully led it to this state. Destabilization, Terror Management and False-Flag actions. Nothing new to overthrow a leader and to implement puppet governments. The so-called “Houla massacre” (massacre in al-Houleh) plays in the hands of the Syrian opposition.

Whether they have finally reached the level to bring the international community to military intervene in Syria, is not quite sure. U.S. President and Warmonger, Barack Obama, will certainly not be interested in a military intervention in Syria, at least, as long as Obama is in his election campaign. But the reluctance of the United States has nothing changed in the war against Libya.

France has taken over the bombing on Libya, with the help of other vassals. It remains to be seen what will come out with the visit of Kofi Annan in Damascus on Monday, where the UN-Arab League envoy Annan wants to meet with both, the Syrian government and the opposition. The only problem is that the Syrian opposition in the country can hardly achieve a lot against the external Syrian opposition.

Kofi Annan also plans to ask the neighbor states for help in resolving the crisis in Syria, which seems questionable considering the actions of e.g. Jordan and Turkey. Not to mention parts of the Lebanese government. Probably the best way to solve the conflict in Syria would be to stop the support of the “Free Syrian Army” (FSA) by Saudi Arabia and Qatar and other countries.

The delivery of weapons cannot increase the possibility to solve a crisis diplomatically. In addition, it must be ensured that the members of the “Free Syrian Army” (FSA) will be sentenced for their crimes, again and again and that the one-sided propaganda game ends.

If the West sticks to its dirty games and if the one-sided propaganda will be continued, the contrary will happen. Syria will be more intensively pushed into a civil war, which could even probably be the goal of, at least, some sides.  The fact is that those who participated in peaceful demonstrations against the Syrian government, not even for the downfall of al-Assad, are no longer on the streets since months.

The streets are taken over by gunmen, criminals and members of the terrorist “Free Syrian Army” (FSA) and sometimes by the Syrian soldiers. Not to mention the nasty haze of al-Qaeda in Syria. The “Free Syrian Army” (FSA) is in their fights against the regular Syrian army and against the Syrian government as brutal as the West sells the image of the Syrian army and the Syrian regime. To nominate someone to blame at that point is therefore definitely not the right way.

The longer the unsafe condition remains and the more people are killed (whether government supporters or opponents of the government), the greater will be the frustration of the Syrian population. If the Syrian government does not change its policies, the handling of the population and the media coverage, more and more people, who currently still support the Syrian government, will decide to turn away from it.

These people will then seek no refuge on the other side, because the “Free Syrian Army” (FSA) and also the “Syrian National Council” (SNC) is rejected by the majority in Syria. What is then left for Syria?

Above it, nobody has any ideas of it, because it is absolutely irrelevant what will be with the Syrian population when it is about geopolitical interests and power interests. The people of Syria have to pay for the power games of governments and organizations.

If Assad is toppled in Syria, Syria will certainly develop as Libya and Yemen. In Libya, the rebels still have their weapons and the armed militias are not willing to relinquish power and to arrange with the so-called Libyan government. Not to mention that the Libyan National Transition Council is a farce. The actions and statements of the “Free Syrian Army” (FSA) have already indicated that this is also the possible future for Syria.

Maybe the country will even drift into small tribal areas, as it can be also seen already in Libya and Yemen. Considering the influence of Saudi Arabia it is even possible that the Salafists and other radical Islamists will take over the power in Syria by force. Then there is a risk that there will be more massacres of minorities living in Syria, even if it is officially denied by so-called “Middle East”-experts, for propaganda purposes. A look at Iraq, a few years back, should open the eyes of some, hopefully.

The only thing which is left to stabilize Syria is a serious political dialogue, which is unfortunately not yet on both sides pursued vigorously enough. Neither Assad puts his heart and soul into political negotiations with the external opponents, nor the “Syrian National Council” (SNC) and the armed “Free Syrian Army” (FSA) are willing to negotiate.

These sides want to overthrow the Syrian leadership. This horrible stalemate has no real space for Kofi Annan to implement his plan for peace. It is also questionable if this is the real intention of Kofi Annan. After all the recent years of dirty games and power struggles, it is no surprise that also Kofi Annan is to put into questions.

The implementation of the six-point peace plan by the UN-Arab League envoy Kofi Annan gave the “Free Syrian Army” (FSA) time to regroup, for re-arming and to better arrange with foreign strategists. Thus, the current bloodshed, violence and even the massacres (e.g. under false-flag for propaganda purposes to finally achieve their goals) in Syria are no real surprise for connoisseurs of Western power arias behind the false curtains of democracy and freedom.


  1. Souri says:

    BBC Deceitfully Posts Images from Iraq in Syria Massacre Report!

    Houla horror: truth is elusive, lies are easier to spot.

  2. Ali says:

    The Syrian government should crack down hard on these foreign backed mercenaries/ killers. Syria should have tighter security everywhere at banks , airports, ports etc & root out the terrorists because this is going to get worse & worse until the USA, israel & its allies achieve their evil goals in the Syria & Middle East 😦

  3. Souri says:

    Houla, Syria Stunt Proves: Old Tricks are the Best Tricks

    NATO learned from the best.

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