“Following revelations that the anti-Assad opposition is making up atrocity stories, the world is coming to the conclusion that Assad is not the black-handed devil that he has been made out to be by the cunning Western mainstream press.
“The motive of the NATO-armed rebels in accusing the Syrian government of mass murder is clear; it is to help the United States and its allies at the United Nations to gain a greater political leverage so it can shame Russia and China. But this trick has not achieved its diabolical purpose. Russia and China are standing firm and reaffirming their position that a NATO intervention is the wrong course to take. …
“The contradictions in U.S. foreign policy couldn’t be clearer than in Syria. The U.S. is supporting Jihadist terrorists and thereby putting to death the biggest fable in its war on terror mythology: Radical Islam is a threat to America and Western civilization. The absurdity of the media fables is too much to ignore. The collapsing 9/11 mythology and NATO’s war on terror consensus is irreversible. More people believe in flying unicorns than the official fable of 9/11. The U.S. government is not insulting the Syrian people or Assad by enlisting Jihadist terrorists to fight in its camp. It is insulting American soldiers who died fighting in Iraq and Afghanistan because they bought the lie that America was under attack from Jihadist terrorists. …
“Tony Cartalucci explains how Nawaf Fares, a defector from the Syrian government who is being celebrated by the West as a supporter of democracy, was behind the killing of U.S., British, and Iraqi troops in Iraq. In this case, the enemy of Washington’s enemy is Washington’s enemy. This is comedic gold and points to an epic disaster for Washington’s illegal regime change project in Syria. No playwright could come up with this stuff. It’s like God is playing a joke on America and humanity. I’m laughing, are you?
“Cartalucci sums up Fares’s absurd story and shatters his image as a defender of innocents, writing:
“Fares, a self-confessed terrorist who admits he organized death squads to fight and kill Americans and undoubtedly civilians in neighboring Iraq, has leveled a series of accusations with no evidence, to provide the maximum amount of demonization possible against Syrian President Bashar al-Assad.
He has left a “regime” he finds unbearable, which he claims without evidence was carrying out a terrorist bombing campaign against its own people, and who supported “Jihadi units” to fight its regional neighbors – to then join a militant organization that has demonstratively and admittedly carried out bombing campaigns against the Syrian people, consists of extremist mercenaries from abroad sent to destabilize and destroy his nation, and guilty, by HRW and the UN’s own admissions, of the same atrocities and horrors Fares has claimed he defected from the government over.”