Monday, October 7, 2013

Will Russia Take the Blame for New Influx of US-NATO Mercenaries in Syria?

Brandon Turbeville
Activist Post

While Western governments and mainstream media outlets continue to downplay the foreign nature of the death squads roaming across the Syrian countryside, preferring to portray the conflict as a mostly Syrian affair, the fact is that the ranks of the so-called rebels are made up largely of foreign fighters who have been organized, trained, armed, and encouraged by Anglo-American powers to enter Syria and join in what they believe is a jihad and the establishment of an Islamic caliphate.

Of course, Western media tends to either tone down information regarding the foreign makeup of the Syrian death squads or even ignore it altogether in an attempt to convince the American/European public that the fighters are, in fact, disenchanted Syrian citizens struggling for democracy and freedom. With the increasing numbers of atrocities and the blatant disregard of the death squads for even the most basic rules of public relations, the nature of the coterie of killers known as the “rebels” has become increasingly hard to conceal.

Regardless, the foreign component of the death squads is well-known among informed observers of the Syrian crisis. Indeed, I, myself, have detailed the foreign nature of these fighters in a past article entitled “Foreign Death Squad Network in Syria Larger Than Stated By West.”

Recent reports have now emerged which bolster the already established fact that the “rebellion” is, in actuality, nothing more than an invasion of foreign fighters backed by the Anglo-American powers and their proxy states such as Saudi Arabia and Qatar.