Ephraim compasseth me about with lies, and the house of Israel with deceit Hosea 11:12
Trusting the articles that appeared on the Hebrew media on April 26, 2013, was impossible. Statements like “the USA finally accepts the IDF evaluation” created a feeling of severely biased news. Especially when the topic was the use of chemical weapons by Syria. It didn’t make any sense; why would Bashar al-Assad give the West a reason to openly attack him on the ground? Doesn’t he have enough troubles with the Western sponsored mercenaries?
The New York Times and the BBC provided a comic relief. The pictures of United States Secretary of Defense Chuck Hagel and UK Prime Minister David Cameron broadcast a clear message: “I don’t believe the public will trust my lies.”
The reason they both were featured prominently was their accusations that Syria had used chemical weapons. Proving the main point of this article, the British leader acknowledged the claim was unbelievable. Oh, the majestic beauty of Western lies!
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During the mayhem around the recent nomination of Hagel as Secretary of Defense, which was caused partly by accusations of his being not supporting enough of Israel, I thought it was a decoy to hide his planned pro-Zionist policies. It didn’t take long to prove the point. Yet, when the moment came I was delighted to see the careful phrasing used by the USA. America, the Beautiful Lier, had learned a lesson in Iraq. “Suspicions are one thing; evidence is another,” Mr. Hagel said Wednesday on a visit to Egypt.
This statement was given after the White House, in a letter to Congressional leaders, said that the American intelligence agencies had assessed “with varying degrees of confidence” that the government of President Bashar al-Assad had used the chemical agent sarin on a small scale. Moreover, American officials were cited by the New York Times as saying that the two reported attacks, which occurred last month in a village near Aleppo and in the outskirts of Damascus, had not been definitively connected to Mr. Assad. Yet, American lawmakers from both parties, including the prominent Senator McCain, were quick to declare that the president’s red line. President Barack Obama had warned in December that Syrian President Bashar al-Assad would face consequences if he used chemical weapons. Will the USA attack Syria?
Days after the developer of the Israeli Anthrax Program, Dr. Avigdor Shafferman resigned as Director of the Israel Institute for Biological Research (IIBR), one must ask a serious question despite the comic images. Considering that the same academic institution he led has been proven to produce sarin, and considering that Israel has been channeling weapons to the Syrian mercenaries, isn’t that possible that small amounts of sarin were provided to what the West calls “rebels” in order to stage a chemical weapons attack? IDF commando Sayeret Matkal has a long history of incursions into Syria.
In a supreme example of the close cooperation between the UK and the USA, at the same time the BBC published similarly awkward statements by the Prime Minister. David’s sling was aimed at Syria but hit the Big Ben.
The British announcement was an achievement that Goebbels would have been proud of. “Material from inside Syria tested positive for sarin,” a Foreign Office spokesman said. Let’s assume this claim is true; even then it was not mentioned who had placed the samples where they have been picked. The UK was careful not to blame Assad. Why? Because he is not the responsible for the crime. He is the least interested person on the planet to be accused of war crimes.
The BBC added: “Prime Minister David Cameron expresses concerns that international action in Syria may be being held back because of fears of a repeat of the Iraq war.” Bingo, David’s sling hit home. The Weapons of Mass Destruction are either Western or in Westerners’ dreams.
In 2003, Israel had Wagged the Dog, superbly using its human assets in the USA to trick America into attacking Iraq. The interference in America’s inner issues was openly acknowledged by Hebrew media who provided daily reports on the pressure placed on American Jewish communities, the Israeli lobby in Washington and any other organization even remotely linked to the Zionist enterprise. Nowadays, the same is taking place with regard to Syria. Today, April 26, Israeli Deputy Foreign Minister Zev Elkin said that the US should consider military action to take control of Syria’s chemical weapons. “It is clear that if the United States wants to and the international community wants to, they could act militarily” he told Israeli radio. Why do you want America to attack Syria, Mr Elkin? If it is such a threat to you, why don’t you sacrifice your soldiers? Is it because American lives are worth less?
Syria’s reactions were clear and credible. Syria’s Deputy Foreign Minister Faisal Mekdad dismissed the accusations in an interview with Reuters. Syrian official Sharif Shehadeh told the Associated Press that the US allegations were “lies,” saying that similar US accusations about Iraq’s possession of weapons of mass destruction had proved untrue.
War is peace. Freedom is slavery. Ignorance is strength. West is Lies.
Mr. Cameron, Mr. Bush, Mr. Netanyahu, and allies, do you really think you can lie to all the people all the time? Why do you promote eternal worldwide war? Why you have never lived in peace with your neighbors? Why don’t you respect the principles of your own laws? Why do you lie to the people? Shoo! Kishta! Please, just go away, we don’t like you.
Roi Tov is a graduate—among others—of Tel Aviv University and the Weizmann Institute of Science. In addition to his memoir, Tov is published in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, Molecular Physics and other scientific journals. He won various travel writing and photography awards.
In his writings, he tries to reveal life in Israel as a Christian Israel Defense Force (IDF) officer—from human rights violations to the use of an extensive network of underground agents. He was recognized first as a refugee and subsequently as political prisoner of Bolivia.