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Other things I’ve been thinking about lately
- How’s Your Week Been? Poke at Boke, Sailing on the Water, and Jazz at Nonna.
- Adrift in Long Beach, Washington – Part Three: Hiking Willapa National Wildlife Refuge and Kites, Kites, Kites!!!
- Adrift in Long Beach, Washington – Part Two: Discovery Trail
- Life Goes On (and on and on and on)
- Adrift in Long Beach, Washington (or how I finally took a real vacation).
Tag Archives: Bashar Al Asad
Originally posted on Friends of Syria:
UN’s silence over Syrian opposition terrorism lays bare “international law’s” illegitimacy by Tony Cartalucci Since March 2011, reports of arsonists and gunmen amongst Syria’s opposition have been included in reports regarding the unrest in…
An open letter to the Syrian army deserters, foreign fighters, and other traitors and enemies of Syria
The following is my response to statements made by a Syrian army deserter in an article published by Reuters, Wednesday April 4th. My comments are all in CAPS and blue font, so there is no mistaking my comments for what … Continue reading
Well. The propaganda kicks into high gear as the US Government tries to press Its suite against Syria with the American public. You know, Syria. Syria? You know, next to Iraq. Yeah, where we fought a war (invaded with ulterior … Continue reading
I always say it’s best to go straight to the source for information. I hope that anyone who reads this blog will listen to this short video and form their own impression about the president of Syria. Please listen, and … Continue reading
Hi Everyone, and by “everyone,” I actually mean “more than two people.” Yay! I would first like to say, I hope you all had a chance to check out my posts about Syria. A terrible injustice is being done there, … Continue reading
Please copy to your browser, or highlight and right click on “open URL:” http://canadanewslibre.com/2011/11/21/tarpley-western-powers-behind-the-violence-in-syria/ This is an interview with journalist Webster Tarpley about the situation in Syria. He has been in Syria and reports what people in different regions of … Continue reading