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After the horrible massacre in al-Houlah (Hula), near the Syrian city of Homs, that was committed before about a half weeks, the story seems to repeat, although it was sadly not so hard to predict another massacre in Syria.

Some already did this, while they and even others have spoken about the “Salvador option” or the benefits of such a “false-flag” massacre for the questionable intentions of some sides, which do want the downfall of the Syrian government in Damascus and also of the Syrian President Bashar al-Assad.

The pressure against the Syrian leadership has clearly increased after this horrible massacre in al-Houla (al-Hula) and the talks about a military intervention in Syria were also back on the table. The Syrian government, thus, has and had no real benefits from this massacre and the also the allegedly next massacre was no horrible action which would suggest any benefits for the Syrian government in Damascus.


Dear Sirs,

I have lived in Syria for more than 40 years, a Christian in a Muslim family, but have never felt so threatened before. There have been many times when trouble here, or war, or differences between the Syrian and British governments have arisen, but I cannot recall any time when the actions of the country I still call home have been so embarrassingly prejudiced.

Syria is not a very well-governed country, and most people complain of the various secret police forces and their power, but for almost everyone almost all the time, life has been secure. I have walked through a city of 5 million people late at night with no thought that it would be unsafe, and the different Muslim and Christian sects have worshipped in their own ways and places with little control. Even the synagogue, now deserted, is protected from damage, and the land abandoned by Jewish emigrants waits for them to reclaim it sometime.


In Saudi Arabia, there’s a growing unrest, and that also for over a year. Although the Saudi king had then issued a decree, which forbade demonstrations, because demonstrations against the ruling house of Saud are not in line with the way of Islam (Wahhabism) in Saudi Arabia.

Parallel to the ban of demonstrations in Saudi Arabia, the Saudi king has also tried to buy his subjects, so that he is able to “lead them away” from the movements in Tunisia and Egypt. Carrots and sticks, at least, seem to have been a good method for the majority of Sunni Saudis.

Among the Sunnis in Saudi Arabia, it seems, no one of them has really joined the “movement” against the leadership in this kingdom, just some demands were published and shared in the Internet.


The Middle East expert and former member of the German Bundestag for the CDU party, Juergen Todenhoefer (Jürgen Todenhöfer), has sharply criticized the one-sided coverage of many media about the conflict in Syria. The known German publicist Juergen Todenhoefer (Todenhöfer) accuses the governments of Europe and the United States, that they aren`t really interested in a democracy for Syria.

For example, Mr. Todenhoefer has said in a new interview about the situation within Syria that “the biggest resistance to democratic reforms in Syria comes currently out of the Western policy”. The 71-year-old former politician and author Juergen Todenhoefer (Todenhöfer) was in Syria and also at the so-called “strongholds” of the “uprising” last year.


89.4% of 57.4% of Syrians eligible for voting are non-people for the West. That’s 7,490,319 human beings out of 14,589,954 eligible to vote in a referendum out of the total population of about 24 Million in Syria.

If the West was keen to export real ‘Democracy’ to Syria and elsewhere then they should respect the ‘importing’ peoples’ will, unless the West wants this type of Democracy which they usually deliver:

Democracy Coming your Way

The West has always been and will always be hypocrites when it comes to slogans and what they really aim to do. Issues like Human Rights, Freedom of Speech, Democracy, Protecting Civilians… Are all great slogans for ugly acts, how many lives were lost under these slogans in Libya, Iraq, Afghanistan, Somalia, Yemen, Lebanon, Serbia, Bosnia, Vietnam… and the list goes on.

If the West really respects any of their preached slogans, they’d start implementing it in their own countries, we’ve all seen hunger protests and labour protests of half a million UK citizens yet their officials duped it Riots by Infiltrators. We’ve seen the Paris suburbs and Sarkozy who was the minister of interior in France then before Gaddafi paid for his presidency election campaign attacked the poor and hungry with an iron fist. We’ve seen how Greek officials handle their own peoples’ aspiration to rid of the control of bankers of their lives and the result was appointing a banker to rule them. We’ve seen Italians and how their government in a copy cat of Greek’s handled them. We’ve seen the remarkably peaceful and overwhelming Occupy Wall Street movement and how brutally it was handled by ‘law enforcement’ thugs in the USA.. and again the list goes on.


Then watch:

& Let ‘Democracy’ Reign
Let Democracy Reign

The major problem Yemenis are faced with is the US interference. This should be assumed also for some other countries as the history shows. Of course, the US claim, that the election in Yemen was a display of democracy is the same hypocritically claim like the US claim about democracy and peace in Iraq, Afghanistan, Libya and similar claims by the U.S. administration about other countries.

The US and Saudi Arabia have hailed the one-candidate election of Yemen, in which the long time ruler Ali Abdullah Saleh was replaced with his deputy, the UK-trained army Field Marshal Abd Rabbuh Mansour Hadi. We already mentioned this in our last article about this “democratically” election in Yemen.

Yemenis have vowed to continue their widespread protests against the US-Saudi meddling in their country’s affairs until their revolution meets its goals. The old powers haven`t changed in Yemen, Abd Rabbuh Mansour Hadi seems to be a willfully puppet and that`s what the United States want.


The independent German journalist Juergen Todenhoefer (Jürgen Todenhöfer) published another interesting article about the Syrian revolution and the hypocritically stance of the West. While we have to say sorry for the bad translation, we hope that it`s still interesting enough for some readers.

The German journalist and expert Juergen Todenhoefer (Jürgen Todenhoefer) wrote about the situation in Syria again and shared his latest opinions about the different sides and oppinions on the events in Syria.


by Juergen Todenhoefer (Jürgen Todenhöfer – source below)

There is nothing as powerful as an idea whose time has come. No one will be able to stop the triumph of democracy in the Arab world. Dictatorships are discontinued models.

How many other people I have made a very bad experience with dictatorships, too. With the Soviet Union, which announced after my march to Afghanistan, that they will lash me and also that they will fire at me. Later, with Augusto Pinochet.


After the so-called “liberation of Libya” we have chaos, torture and the exploitation of Libya. The downfall of Libya, by the help and interests of United Nations (UN) and NATO. You are not able to read a lot about the real situation in Libya in the so-called mainstream media.

The international press is silent about the real situation and chaos in Libya. Not to mention that also this international press is partly responsible for the current chaos in Libya. The actual situation on the ground remains in the dark.


The Iraq is still a divided country, despite the “exemption” / “liberation” by so-called international troops. The question whether one is really able to speak about the liberation of Iraq, obtrudes itself again and again.

The invasion of Iraq was based on lies and these lies also have prepared the intervention in Iraq. After eight years, the last American soldiers were withdrawn from Iraq and were replaced by “U.S. diplomats”.

After the withdrawal of the U.S. troops from Iraq in December 2011, the simmering feud erupted within the Iraqi government. No real surprise. The Iraqi government is divided and fractious. This “division” is also reflected in the conflict which is fought in the Iraqi streets, or vice versa: