Syria’s Bashar al-Assad: THE REAL REASONS Why The West Cannot Topple His Government

The Rabbit Hole

The fingerprints of U.S. imperialism can be found all over the manufactured insurrection in Syria, in keeping with the ultimate goal of destabilization and eventual “regime change”  through fomenting a sectarian “civil war”.  In this article, we will discuss the backstory and reveal the real reasons why outside forces could not topple the Syrian government and oust the widely popular President of Syria.

The Hidden Forces Behind Syria’s President Bashar al-Assad

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Why is the Syrian President relentlessly demonized by the Anglo-American Axis? 

Just like President Vladimir Putin of Russia, Syria’s President Bashar Hafez al-Assad has been the victim of unrelenting character assassination and false reporting by the Western Mainstream Media (MSM).  Many of the MSM outlets throughout the Anglo-American Axis (AAA) have published one false story after another in a concerted effort to turn the entire world against him.  And for what?

Why are they so determined to overthrow one of the…

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The Real Reasons the West Cannot Topple Bashar Assad

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Sarah Abed has posted a fascinating article at her blog, The Rabbit Hole, providing an analysis of how, and why, Syrian President Bashar Assad–despite nearly eight years of sweat poured by scheming Western regime changers into the goal of toppling his government–has managed to hang on.

What the heck is it about this guy? How has he piloted his way through every single Zionist effort to rip his country apart and install a puppet government favorable to the West? What’s his secret? For after all, hordes of Western-trained terrorist head-choppers have been poured into Syria equipped with shiny fleets of Toyotas and advanced-grade military weaponry, yet Assad, almost miraculously, has remained at the head of the government, and for the most part has kept the country together. How has he been able to do this? Abed supplies four main reasons.

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The secret of happiness

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El Nuevo Reino de León, la familia Carvajal y la Inquisición

Gusto por la historia

Ana Portnoy Grumberg

Texto para la Exposición “Diego Rivera y la Inquisición: Un puente en el tiempo“. Museo de Historia Mexicana, Monterrey, N.L.,   Septiembre 2009-Enero 2010.


INTRODUCCIÓN

Tras la conquista de Granada, último baluarte musulmán en tierra española, acción con la que se logró la consolidación territorial de los reinos cristianos y pretendiendo la unificación cultural y religiosa, los Reyes Católicos decretaron la expulsión de los judíos que vivieran en sus reinos y que no aceptaran la conversión al cristianismo.

“Nos don Fernando e Isabel por la gracia de Dios, Reyes de Castilla, León, Aragón [y otros dominios de la corona] al illustrisimo principe don Juan, nuestro muy caro e muy amado primogénito y sucesor universal en nuestros reinos y tierras …, a los duques, marqueses, condes, órdenes religiosas y sus Maestres, […] y a todos los judíos hombres y mujeres de cualquier edad y a quienquiera esta carta…

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Paris Climate Agreement

Friends,

Donald Trump is preparing to pull the United States out of the Paris Climate Agreement according to multiple news reports. The rest of us, in Mexico and beyond, must be all-in on climate action.

This is the time for real leaders to stand up and take action to confront the climate crisis. We cannot settle for empty statements or the status quo. Half-measures are a suicide pact.

Will you take this moment to send a message that you continue to stand for climate action, now stronger than ever? We will be delivering them en-masse to the White House in Washington DC tomorrow.

2016 was the hottest year ever, and a huge wakeup call. But 2017 is a fire alarm. If the world’s largest economy abandons climate action, we must all recommit to it — most of all, heads of state who control the future of international climate action.

We don’t have to convince Donald Trump to win this fight. In fact, just the opposite: we need to convince everyone who disagrees with him to increase their work to stop him. If you add your name to this declaration of support for the Paris Agreement and stronger climate action, we will deliver it to the White House to demonstrate your opposition to Trump’s decision.

We, the organized people of the world, are in charge of our destiny — not greedy men with small agendas. We will continue to fight, and if we commit ourselves, we will win.

Duncan

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Good New York-style bagels in Tokyo!

Alice Gordenker    アリス・ゴーデンカー


First there was the gold standard. Then the silver standard. Now there’s the bagel standard! I’ve been on a quest to find the best bagel in Tokyo, and for now at least, I’d say the gold standard is Bagel Standard, a little shop that opened in Nakameguro in March 2010. No, I didn’t get the shop name wrong: it is not “Standard Bagel,” it’s “Bagel Standard.” Make a pilgrimage for New York-style bagels that are properly chewy, crusty and weigh in at a respectable 150-160 grams. Plains are ¥180. Sesame, salt and poppy bagels are ¥200 each. They have cinnamon-raisin bagels on Thursday and Saturdays only, at ¥220 each, and berry berry on Wednesdays, Fridays and Saturdays, for ¥240. Everythings are ¥220 everyday. My hands-down favorite are the salt bagels.

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“Saganism” Visualized.

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Trump’s dangerous agenda

The first 100 days of the Trump administration have included:

  • President Trump’s approval of Congress’ action rescinding the Alaska National Wildlife Refuges Rule, potentially allowing for extreme killing methods like shooting mother bears with cubs and killing wolves with pups during denning season on national wildlife refuges in Alaska;
  • An Executive Order undermining the Antiquities Act and opening more than a billion acres of protected national monuments up for review in the interest of allowing oil and gas industries and other special interests broader access to public lands;
  • An Executive Order calling for construction of a U.S.-Mexico border wall that could jeopardize the existence of at least 89 endangered or threatened species and 108 migratory bird species;
  • An Executive Order to “review and reconsider” the Clean Water Rule and putting our national health at risk; and
  • An Executive Order instructing the Department of the Interior to “review” offshore drilling restrictions in the Arctic, Atlantic and Pacific oceans.

And these are only a FEW examples of the many terrifying actions we’ve seen by this administration.

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Climate Change Info


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Trump administration is anti-science

There is plenty of evidence that the Trump administration is anti-science. For example:

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