The arrogance towards Syria by the British Government
by Peter Eyre on 12 Apr 2012 0 Comment

Being a Middle East Consultant I continue to monitor the diplomatic standoff between our government officials and other third parties that continue to rub salt in the wound of Syria. The first headline I read was – Cameron: Syria is writing history in blood of citizens. The report stated that the risk of “All-out Civil War” in Syria is more likely if President Bashar Assad remains in power, David Cameron warned… anyone with an ounce of common sense can see that the sabre rattling between Cameron, Hague and other diplomats is clearly leading the way for a regime change as occurred in Libya.



Britain once again spearheaded its approach towards the United Nations with a “fresh push” on a UN Security Council Resolution demanding an end to violence. The report said the Prime Minister warned of a “Day of reckoning” for those responsible.


Then we had the UK Ambassador to Syria putting in his two cents of verbal diarrhoea when he stated that he expects President Bashar al Assad will be out of power within a year. From my perspective that is assuming that their Special Forces and Intel operatives continue to do a good job stirring up the crowd that has now become a British specialty.


The Sky News report, which as we all know is Zionist controlled, read as follows:

The Ambassador speaking on television for the first time since he was recalled from Damascus last week, Simon Collis said: “The use of force, the use of violence has made it impossible to reach a political solution. There has been a hollowing out of support for the regime and it has become quite fragile – it is a bit like a dam that has got cracks in it – when it goes it could go quite quickly. Could he hang on until the end of the year? Maybe he could. Will he hang on beyond that? Personally I don’t think he will.”


What he said next certainly caused concern as to the truth of his words:

“(Mr Assad) has only got a limited number of troops that he can rely on to shoot their own citizens. A lot of the army is confined to barracks, the conscripts and so on,” Mr Collis said. He forgot to mention the shooting of innocence civilians is not being carried out by Syrian Army but by western Special Forces, CIA, MI5/6, Mossad and all the sniper and rebel army soldiers that have been hired and paid for by the west, not to mention the arms that are currently flowing across the border to support them. Such is the true reality of what’s going on in Syria at this time.


This lying scumbag quoted: An estimated 7,000 people have been killed since the uprising began more than 11 months ago, according to the United Nations. How the UN obtained this figure is beyond comprehension and probably came from the rebel army in much the same way as Libya when the same source quoted 6,000. Can you see how this is almost a carbon copy of that war with possibly the same inevitable end, unless Russian and China stand firm alongside of them.


One must also include some other admissions by dear Prime Minister David Cameron, who again got caught pants down when he had to admit that Britain had provided 2 million pounds to the Syrian Rebel Army in much the same way as he did in Libya!! The same issue also applies to President Sarkozy, his partner in “War Crimes,” who also backed the same rebel army in both Libya and now Syria.


BBC once again gave its warped opinion on a particular situation regarding the apparent killings in and around the field hospital in the Syrian city of Homs. The report stated that the hospital has been targeted by Syrian Government troops and that civilians are being killed. What the report does not say is that the same snipers that were hired in Libya are now operating in many locations in Syria; it is their task to disrupt the infrastructure and blame government forces for such incidents with the help of Special Forces, CIA, MI5/6 and Israel’s Mossad operatives.


Just as in Libya, there is no accurate reporting taking place on the ground, just grossly exaggerated reports on victims by members of the rebel army backed up with very poor quality footage that doesn’t tell you anything.


It is interesting to note that Baroness Amos is also attempting to gain entry into the ravaged city on humanitarian grounds. She is the last person I would rely on for a sincere and honest opinion of the true situation.


From my associates’ perspective (Gordon Bowden), this lady is totally corrupt and has over many years carried out fraudulent dealings. She once was Secretary of State for DFID until 2003 and leader of the house until 2007. Our dear Baroness has been implicated in siphoning off DFID money whilst she was director of one of the companies that received aid in Nigeria, and no doubt in a nice humanitarian way she could well be at the same game again. Gordon and I have named and shamed the Baroness in our fraud series called “Pandora’s Box.”


It would be ideal to turn to the Houses of Parliament and see if any information regarding supply of weapons or finance to Syria was ever discussed in Hansard. Here is one such reference which obviously contradicts the statement made by David Cameron before the house as shown above.


Hansard 29 Nov 2011 : Column WA63

Asked by Lord Stoddart of Swindon

To ask Her Majesty’s Government whether, in their discussions with representatives of the Syrian opposition, they have ruled out any commitment to supply arms or any logistical support to assist them in their attempts to unseat the present regime. [HL13641]


Lord Howell of Guildford: The Government have made no commitment to provide arms or any logistical support to assist the Syrian opposition in their attempts to unseat the present regime.


The Foreign and Commonwealth Office is engaging with a wide range of Syrian oppositionists inside and outside the country and is encouraging them to maintain a peaceful and non-sectarian approach. We welcome the opposition efforts to unite and provide a clearly defined, shared vision for the future of Syria. We are encouraging Syrian opposition groups to work together towards a Syria which will be democratic, inclusive, [29 Nov 2011: Column WA64] representative, respectful of its ethnic and religious minorities, and which will adhere to international human rights conventions.


Syria and Bahrain


Asked by Baroness Nicholson of Winterbourne

To ask Her Majesty’s Government, further to the Written Answer by Lord Howell of Guildford on 14 September (WA 78-79), what is their “practical assessment” of the situation on the ground in Syria and Bahrain. [HL13443]


The Minister of State, Foreign and Commonwealth Office (Lord Howell of Guildford): The United Nation’s latest assessment is that regime violence against civilians continues despite the Syrian Government’s agreement to an Arab League peace plan. They estimate that over 3,500 people, including 187 children, have been killed and many thousands have been detained since the protests started in March 2011. The most recent unsubstantiated reports estimate that over 300 people have been killed during November alone.


We support the Arab League in its efforts to bring about an end to the killing of Syrian people. The UK has been at the forefront of international action to increase pressure on the Syrian regime to stop the repression. On 22 November an United Nations General Assembly resolution, co-sponsored by 62 countries, including a number of Arab countries, was passed with wide support (122 countries voted in favour) sending a signal of united condemnation of the Syrian regime’s systematic human rights abuses. The resolution calls on the Syrian Government to end the appalling violence and implement the Arab League’s plan of action without delay. As long as the crisis in Syria continues the international pressure on the Assad regime will only intensify.


In the European Union (EU), the UK has been instrumental in imposing nine rounds of EU sanctions against 74 individuals and 19 entities, targeting those supporting or benefiting from the regime and those associated with them. Most recently the EU listed further military, security and intelligence officials leading military operations in Syria. In addition, the EU has moved to prevent any further disbursement of loans from the European Investment Bank to Syria.


Readers may be interested to learn that Russia has added its weight to the Syrian standoff as follows: Russia accused Libya during a UN Security Council meeting on Wednesday of running a training centre for Syrian rebels and arming the fighters in their battle to overthrow the country’s President Bashar al-Assad.

“We have received information that in Libya, with the support of the authorities, there is a special training centre for the Syrian revolutionaries and people are sent to Syria to attack the legal government,” Russia’s ambassador to the United Nations, Vitaly Churkin, told the UN Security Council. “This is completely unacceptable … This activity is undermining stability in the Middle East,” said Churkin, who also questioned whether “the export of revolution” was “turning into the export of terrorism.”


In closing, we had Netanyahu speaking at the AIPAC Conference: “I will never talk about what Israel will do or can do”. Yet in another speech he warned he will not countenance a long delay in launching an attack on Iran’s nuclear sites: “This is not a matter of days or weeks. It is also not a matter of years.” “The result has to be that the threat of a nuclear weapon in Iran’s hands is removed.” “It is forbidden to let the Iranians get nuclear arms. And I intend not to allow that to happen.”


See how hypocritical the UK Government has been; we are fully stirring up trouble within Syria to force yet another regime change!!!


Peter Eyre, a former British Naval officer, worked at NATO headquarters, and is now a Middle East consultant; his website is

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